Post Falls Historical Society

Post Falls Lions Club Donates Custom Benches

          October 30, 2010- Paul Wagner, President of the Post Falls Lions Club, delivered four custom made benches for the Kootenai Electric Cooperative Media Room.  The benches were created from reclaimed lumber from the Corbin Ditch Headgate project and made to fit the dimensions and flexible needs of the media room.

Grant Awards

March, 2010- Kootenai Electric Operation Round Up Trust- $986.95 for media room technology that will enable museum visitors to view historical records for educational purposes.

Recent Donations

Post Falls Lions Club- custom benches for the media room, constructed out of reclaimed lumber from the Corbin Ditch Headgate.  Special thanks to Paul Wagner!

Will- Donation of original Regulator clock that was used in the 1910 school building.

The Post Falls Historical  Museum is a non-profit organization made possible through the generous contributions of time and donations from the following:

 Vickie and Skip Eagle- Overseeing renovations and museum set up

Ginno Construction Company- Renovations using the following subcontractors:

Elite Painting – Scott Serdahl   

Stone Dimensions – Tom Halls 

All Wall Contracting – Jason Briagle     

Shields Hardwood Flooring – Stacy Shields      

Kaestner Electric – Dan Kaestner    

Tyko Mechanical – Wayne Kovash      

H&E Equipment – Eric & Andy     

ACI Concrete – Bruce Izatt

Interstate Concrete – Paul Franz  Post Falls Glass – Bud Sutheland  

Matheus Lumber – Ryan Powell  

AM Hardware – Matt Applegate 

Nelson Fabrication – Ken Nelson  

Granite Roofing – Lance Ragen  

Fairway Flooring – Ryan Wells


Shelly, Terry, Sierra, and Hannah Graham- Museum set up, donations

Jean Anyan- Museum set up, donations

Bud Greer- Refinishing, Repair, Hanging Photos, Murals, & Artifacts, and  Woodworking

Mark Jones & Crew from New Vision High School- moving items in 

 Carlyn Greer- Sewing, mannequin making, cleaning

 Greg Sausser- Custom metal work and cleaning the sawmill blade

Gerald and Clinton Archer and Friends from KCFR- Movers of all things heavy & bringing in the antique fire truck for the community open house

Tyler Christensen, Drew Johnston, William Eddy, and Maddy Baker- Mannequin models

Cedar Meadows Refinishing and Mark Potter- Repair and refinishing work

Sarah Windisch- Letterhead design

Jeannie Peugh- Typing display labels

Patrick  and Patty Greer- Woodworking, conversion of VHS to DVD, technology expertise, and Typing of Display Cards

Bud Sutheland and PF Glass and Screen- Materials and Labor for Veterans' Room Display

 John Malloy- Donation of custom cut timber for sawmill blade display, labor, and patience

Eric Keck- Removal of red tape and mover of heavy furniture

Tami Martinez and Mallaurcott Design- Discount on lettering for front windows and door, donation of 1000 special edition postcards

Tina Marie Schultz and Rosa's Italian Market and Deli- one of the new museum's first monetary donations

Spokane Valley Heritage Museum- Display case donations

Super One of Post Falls- Cheese tray for Chamber After Hours event

White House Grill- Baklava for Chamber After Hours event

The Odom Corporation- Case of wine for Chamber After Hours event

Schwan's- Special Saturday service w/ ice cream novelties and freezer

Panhandle State Bank- waived fees for charge accounts

River City Leadership Academy and Kimball Office of Post Falls- Problem solving, creation of new History Walk figures, and installation of two figures on opening day