The Baseball Heritage Museum in Cleveland, Ohio, was selected as the International Sports Heritage Association member recipient of a $2,000 Special Project Grant made available through the organization’s Founders Fund. The funds are to be used by the Museum to
With the Covid-19 pandemic dramatically impacting the world and forcing the postponement of the 2020 International Sports Heritage Association (ISHA) conference scheduled for October at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I., ISHA moved to a virtual mini-conference.
Fred Curts is the reason there is senior baseball in Holdfast! Driving into this small community the first thing you see are the three  beautiful baseball diamonds, particularly the senior diamond. Credit for this goes to Fred Curts for
We hope this note finds you all healthy and well. Many of us remain closed as we work through some phased re-openings within our individual states or countries while others have opened with safety restrictions in place. International Sports Heritage
The International Sports Heritage Association Board of Directors is saddened by the recent events occurring across the United States. Sports have always provided a vehicle to bridge social change and unite people. Many athletes – past and present – use
The International Sports Heritage Association is pleased to announce that it is taking applications for a Special Project Grant for 2020. Up to $2,000 is available. In these uncertain times as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Board of
Seeking Conference Proposals The 50th anniversary of the ISHA annual conference is seeking proposals for conference sessions. Do you have a project, story or educational topic that you think would be great for the conference? If so, click here to
December 11, 2019 Janice L. Ogurcak Secretary, ISHA Board of Directors Chair, ISHA Grant Committee Dear Janice, Thank you for selecting our organization to receive a registration grant for the 2019 ISHA conference in Wichita. As per all of the