Weaverville Joss House Association

A non-profit corporation dedicated to protecting, preserving and supporting The Weaverville Joss House, the Temple in the Forest Beneath the Clouds.

Weaverville Joss House Association - A non-profit corporation dedicated to protecting, preserving and supporting The Weaverville Joss House, the Temple in the Forest Beneath the Clouds.

About The Weaverville Joss House Association

Founded in 1983,the Weaverville Joss House Association was formed to promote educational and interpretive activities of the California State Park system, principally in Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park.

Objectives

(1) to promote the educational and interpretive activities of the State Park System, principally in the Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park/Cascade Sector, Northern Butte’s District;

(2) to produce and make available to park visitors, by sale or free distribution, suitable interpretive and educational literature and materials, including books, maps, pamphlets, visuals and recordings;

(3) to acquire and display materials or objects pertaining to the Chinese cultural history for the purpose of adding them to the interpretive collections of the State Park System;

(4) to develop and maintain a suitable part library for the Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park/Cascade Sector, Northern Butte’s District;

(5) to assist in development and improvement of interpretive facilities;

(6) to assist financially and otherwise in the establishment and operation of similar cooperating associations in other areas of the State Park System.;

(7) to give all possible aid to the State of California in conserving, developing, and interpreting the areas of the State Park System for the benefit of the public.


WJHA Board Members
Chair – Jeff Morris
Vice Chair – Gerry Maxey
Treasurer – George Chapman
Secretary – Rolayne Bashaw
Director – Randy Bashaw
Director – Bridget Calkins
Director – Helen Johnson
Director – Bob Twomey
Director – Pat Zugg