The Sooke Region Museum is operated by the Sooke Region Historical Society, a non-profit society incorporated under B C’s Societies Act in 1975, and recognized as a Registered Charity by Revenue Canada. The Society’s Annual General Meeting is held in late Jhttp://www.sookeregionmuseum.ca/wp-login.php?action=logout&_wpnonce=a5b122771danuary, including election of 11 members to the Board of Directors.
Annual memberships are $10.00, and Life Memberships are just $100.00.
In addition to the elected directors,the T’Sou-ke First Nation appoints a board member. The District Municipality of Sooke, and the Juan de Fuca Electoral Area of the CRD each appoint a liaison representative as well. Tax revenue from a Specified Area established in 1987, provides partial operating assistance to the museum. In 2008, 83% of voters passed an increase to their property tax rate to help fund the museum operations.
The Sooke Region Historical Society sends out newsletters each year to keep members and supporters up to date on museum happenings.
President: Vacant at this time, with the election of Al Beddows to the District of Sooke council, the position is expected to be filled in December 2018.
Vice President: Elizabeth Johnson
Secretary: Sheila Dobie
Treasurer: Sandy Jarvis
T’sou-ke First Nations Appointee: Rose Dumont
Past President: Ray Vowles
District of Sooke Liaison: Kevin Pearson
CRD Juan de Fuca Liaison: Valerie Braunschweig