crowley school

Museum Location / Hours

The Heritage Center
Corner of 3rd and Main
P.O. Box 24
Crowley, CO 81033
Phone/Fax: 719.267.3384
Directions to Museum

Monday - Friday:
Mornings: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Museum tours by appointment
Call: 719-469-7874

Board Members

Below is a brief summary of each board member of the Crowley County Heritage Society:

Annette Barber
Annette is a retired teacher from Crowley County High School. Annette recently organized a group of Crowley County High School Alumni. The group meets at the Heritage Center. Annette also gives programs in the school on our county history, provides tours for the museum, and conducts historical research for projects and families.

Shirley Talkington
Shirley stepped in to fill the position of her mother, Norene Aydelotte, who was a very active member of the Heritage Board. Shirley recently agreed to take on the responsibility of treasurer. She is always ready to help with any activity for the Heritage Center. Shirley works for Ordway Building Supply.

Linda Sullivan
Correspondence Secretary/Vice President
Linda owns the Sullivan Cattle Ranch in the county, and is very involved in the work of the ranch. Linda organizes meals for our programs and events and anything else she can volunteer for.

Kathy Beyer
Secretary/Volunteer Historian
Kathy is a retired librarian from the town of Ordway. She lives in Crowley with her husband Vic Bowman. She is active in the Rocky Ford Garden Club and the Olney Springs Ceramics.

Jack Lundahl
Due to his health, Jack recently stepped down from the job of treasurer, which he held for several years. Jack helps in many ways with the maintenance of the ranch area in our landscape and any other way he can.

Rob Burmood
Rob has lived in Crowley County his entire life. He was educated here and adds great knowledge to our local history. He lives in Ordway with his wife Michelle.

John Bowers

John Bowers grew up north of Sugar City on a ranch. His grandfather homesteaded the area in the early 1900’s. John is caretaker of the Sand Arroyo cemetery and is a great historian and tour guide of our drylands to the north.