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The Point Fermin Lighthouse Society

Established September 1, 2005

 

The Point Fermin Lighthouse Society welcomes you to our site.   

 

The Point Fermin Lighthouse Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt educational organization dedicated to the history and preservation of the Point Fermin Lighthouse in San Pedro, California. 

 

The Point Fermin Lighthouse Society  was originally formed in the 1960’s by local residents William Olsen and John Olguin.  At that time, the Society was known as the Point Fermin Lighthouse Committee.  

The Society has been instrumental in restoration and preservation projects, educational programs, and volunteer recruitment.

The Point Fermin Lighthouse Society (PFLS) was originally formed as a grass roots organization in the 1960’s by local residents William Olsen and John Olguin.  At that time, the Society was known as the Point Fermin Lighthouse Committee.  In 1974, the Committee changed its name to the Point Fermin Lighthouse Society.

 

The Society has been instrumental in restoration and preservation projects, educational programs, and volunteer recruitment.

 

Point Fermin Lighthouse Society Goals

●  Assist in the restoration and preservation of the Point Fermin Lighthouse

●  Research and share the history of the local lighthouses

●  Provide educational programs

●  Gather artifacts and lore for display

●  Recruit docents and volunteers

 

2023 Board of Directors

Martha Austin McKinzie
 
Thomas Budar

Millicent Borgarding
 
Mary Lou Fourtane
 
Diane Bertelsen
Carmen Garske
Joe McKinzie
Frances Carter
Steve Lenker

President
 
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Secretary

 
Volunteer Coordinator
 
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