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In historic preservation, "living history" should include the LIVING! 

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SHERYL DAVIS  

from her 2020 windshield tour of opera houses along 

Ohio's Winding Road

artist contributor

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Three Stars Heritage Trail

Proposal by
The Surf Speaks Project

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Places visited

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Everly

Brothers

Historic     Sites

PASSPORT

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Pick up your passport at the Shenandoah Chamber.

Get at least three stamps for an EB Childhood Home t-shirt you can redeem at the chamber! 

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Everly Brothers
Childhood FAMILY Home 

This residence was one of the homes of rock ‘n’ roll pioneers

the Everly Brothers during their childhood years in Shenandoah 1945 to 1953. Don and Phil Everly lived with their family in this house at 803 Sixth Avenue and it was relocated here in 2006 and dedicated in 2010 as the first and only Everly Brothers historic house museum. In Shenandoah, Don and Phil

developed their musicianship and world-renowned close-harmony singing alongside their parents Ike and Margaret as

a professional family act on radio stations KMA and KFNF.  

Shenandoah, Iowa Sesquicentennial 2021

Everly Brothers Childhood Home Foundation

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Everly Brothers
Childhood Home 

This residence was one of the homes of rock ‘n’ roll pioneers the Everly Brothers during their childhood years in Shenandoah 1945 to 1953. Don and Phil Everly lived with their family in this house at 803 Sixth Avenue and it was relocated here in 2006 and dedicated in 2010 as the first and only Everly Brothers historic house museum. In Shenandoah, Don and Phil developed their musicianship and world-renowned close-harmony singing alongside their parents Ike and Margaret as a professional family act on radio stations KMA and KFNF.  

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Concept for Everly Brothers childhood 

home historica

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Everly Brothers Heritage Trail 

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PRESERVE

MUSIC

LANDMARKS

"We are extremely proud of Sheryl and without her role and hard work in our organisation we would not be where we are today. Because of Sheryl the ranch’s historic significance was recognised within Historic Preservation circles. All we need now is for us to raise the funds to provide a Historic Marker to commemorate it’s inclusion on the register and hopefully see the owners finally make good there promises to protect and restore it." -Lesley Pilling, Founder and Director of the Circle G Foundation

2020 Iowa Museum Association Rising Star Award Recipient 

 

“The Rising Star Award recognizes individuals who have worked or volunteered in the Iowa museum field for 3-5 years and have helped their museum broaden its audience through engagement activities. Sheryl Davis is an outstanding example, bringing energy, ideas, and new approaches to engaging local, national, and international audiences with the Everly Brothers Childhood Home in Shenandoah, Iowa. Sheryl Davis is a Rising Star in the Iowa museum industry." -Cynthia Sweet, Director of the Iowa Museum Association

"Sheryl's hard work in organizing and in tourism development to assist the Everly Home was essential for the organization to move forward and become an important historical site. Her vision and development of ideas including social media, marketing, advertising, fundraising, and setting up special events was critical to progressing forward. I can think of no one who could better represent the IMA Rising Star Award." -Bill Hillman, Founder, Everly Brothers Childhood Home Foundation

2020 Iowa Museum Association Rising Star Award Recipient 

 

“The Rising Star Award recognizes individuals who have worked or volunteered in the Iowa museum field for 3-5 years and have helped their museum broaden its audience through engagement activities. Sheryl Davis is an outstanding example, bringing energy, ideas, and new approaches to engaging local, national, and international audiences with the Everly Brothers Childhood Home in Shenandoah, Iowa. Sheryl Davis is a Rising Star in the Iowa museum industry." -Cynthia Sweet, Director of the Iowa Museum Association

"Sheryl's hard work in organizing and in tourism development to assist the Everly Home was essential for the organization to move forward and become an important historical site. Her vision and development of ideas including social media, marketing, advertising, fundraising, and setting up special events was critical to progressing forward. I can think of no one who could better represent the IMA Rising Star Award." -Bill Hillman, Founder, Everly Brothers Childhood Home Foundation

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