The Middlesex County Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is governed by a 15-member board of directors responsible for setting the organization’s policies and priorities and overseeing its fiscal management. Board members serve two-year terms, and elections are held biannually at the Historical Society’s April membership meeting. All members in good standing are eligible to serve.
Board meetings are held at least six times a year, typically the fourth Thursday of the month. Members are welcome to attend.
Current officers 2016-17
Joseph Samolis, President
Brandie Doyle, Vice-President
Nancy Bauer, Secretary
Richard Adelstein, Treasurer
At-large directors 2016-17
John F. Bolles III
3 slots open
Standing committees 2016-17
Executive: Joseph Samolis (Chair); Brandie Doyle; Richard Adelstein; Nancy Bauer.
Finance: Richard Adelstein (Chair); Brandie Doyle; George Camp; William Ryczek; Pat Tully; Dan Ryan; Scott Bishel; Richard Bergen; Richard Gibbons; Joseph Samolis (ex-officio voting member).
Buildings and Grounds: Adam Fleming (Chair); Maria Weinberger; Joseph Samolis; Brandie Doyle; Lisa Santangelo.
Museum: Buck Zaidel (Chair); Jack Bolles; Richard Adelstein; Dione Longley; Denise Mackey-Russo.
Nominating: Pat Tully (Chair); Richard Kamins; Buck Zaidel.
Education: Nancy Bauer (Chair); Richard Adelstein; Brandie Doyle; Nancy Rogalsky; Rosemary Shea.
Marketing and Communications: Joseph Samolis (Chair); Pat Tully; George Camp; Brandie Doyle; Richard Kamins; Adam Fleming.
Events and Programming: Richard Kamins (Chair); Maria Weinberger; Nancy Bauer; Lisa Santangelo.
Interested in serving on a committee? Let us know by filling out this form: