Nancy Hill is a retired academic librarian and unretired history buff. She's fairly new to Harrodsburg and is enjoying learning about local history. She serves as the cataloging librarian in the Research Library. Contact her at email@example.com
Jan Rafert moved to the Mercer County area after a career in zoos, including some years as curator of primates and small mammals at the Milwaukee County Zoo. He has served for several years as Secretary of the HHS.
Colleen Moore's career in the hospitality industry gives her special skills in bookkeeping and public relations, which she puts to good use as treasurer and webmaster.
This office is currently being filled on a temporary basis by Marian Bauer and Nancy Hill.
Larrie Curry brings her training in museums and archives management to this position, including several years working at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. A long-time resident of Mercer County, Larrie's knowledge of local history, places, and people enable her to help researchers very efficiently.
Dick Bauer served as President of the HHS for five years and in other offices for many years before that. He retired from the Administration of Centre College in Danville, KY.
Bonnie Moore has held several offices in the HHS and is currently a volunteer in the Research Library. She has been involved in reenactments and has portrayed several local characters. Her local knowledge is invaluable to researchers.
Harriet Ruby, a native of Harrodsburg, is a treasure-trove of local history who continues to research local topics.
Randy Rumble, a retired attorney, serves the Society as an advisor and helps with events and activities.
James Botts teaches History at the Jessamine County High School. He's bringing new ideas and connections to the HHS and encouraging our use of the latest technology.