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The Rim of the World Historical Society.
Founded in 1986, the Historical Society was conceived as part of an "election platform" in Crestline's annual race for Honorary Mayor. Originally known as the Crest Forest Historical Society, the group soon found itself representing all west-end mountain communities from Snow Valley to Cedarpines Park.

In 1997, the name was changed to the Rim of the World Historical Society. The Historical Society serves as a resource for all those interested in the history of the San Bernardino Mountains. School programs and lecture series are available free to the public.

Our 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization number is C1649193.
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The Board of Directors: (left to right) Rhea-Frances Tetley, Secretary / Jack Cooperman, President / Allene Du Four, Director / Greg Naylor, Asst. Treasurer / Jim Huff, Director / Tom Preston, Director / Chris Walters, Director / David Knudson, Vice President / Bill Priest, Director / Duane Banner, Director / Ron Doutt, Treasurer / (Not present: Jim Grant, Director / Harvey Durand, Director)

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The 2014 Annual Antique & Classic Wooden Boat Show will take place Saturday, June 7th & Sunday, June 8th at the Lake Arrowhead Village

Antique boats will vie for trophies and can be viewed up close at the Lake Arrowhead Village docks.

On display throughout the village will be vintage woodie cars, hot rods, antique wooden boat models and early outboard motors. Antique boats will also be for sale throughout the village.

The feature boat of this year’s show will be Empress, a 1938 Gar Wood 22-foot model 915 Streamliner. Only 9 of these rare beauties were ever built. The Streamliner was intended to revolutionize the runabout market with the practicality of three cockpits forward, with seating for eleven persons in a 22-foot boat. The rear engine and V-drive configuration was very unusual in the 1930s.

The show is produced by the Rim of the World Historical Society with the assistance of the Antique & Classic Boat Society, the Arrowhead Lake Association, the Lake Arrowhead Village, the Up The Hill Woodie Club, Street Rods Forever and the Trompers.

For further information, call 909-336-6666.

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