The Sutter Creek Fire History Projects has received funding and/or material support from:

  1. The Amador Community Foundation
  2. The Jackson Rancheria Community Grant Program
  3. The City of Sutter Creek
  4. The City of Amador City
  5. The Amador County Historic Society

We’d like to thank all the community members and organizations that have donated to Sutter Creek Fire History Projects.

Amador Community Foundation$1,000 – Amador City Firestation Project (2006)
Brusatori Service and Recycling Vintage kitchen range – Museum project
Donn MarinovichVintage parts and Logistics – Recreate Sutter Creek’s Fire Fire Truck
Ron and Karen WatsonMaterials – Sutter Creek’s Main St. Station Museum
John and Nadine Motto-rosMaterials – Sutter Creek’s Main St. Station Museum
Sutter Creek Fire History Project$1,250 – Sutter Creek Fire History Projects General Fund
Bob and Mary Mistron (Handy Bob)Materials – Sutter Creek’s Main St. Station Museum
Ed and Margret SwiftMaterials – Sutter Creek’s Main St. Station Museum
Precision Stripping & Coating (Lodi)Materials and/or Service – Recreate Sutter Creek’s First Fire Truck
Ian and Brenda Watts$300 – Main Street Bell Tower and Hose Cart House
Mike O’NeillMaterials – Spanish St. Station and Equipment
Stephen Mulkey$25 – Dodge Project

Sutter Creek Fire History Project - $500 - Rehab and Develop Sutter Creek’s Main St. Station Museum
Sutter Creek Fire History Project - $6,000 - Recreate Sutter Creek’s First Fire Truck
Amador County Historical Society - $100 - Main St. Bell Tower and Hose Cart House – Eureka Hose Co #3
Jackson Rancheria Casino - $1,000 - Main St. Bell Tower and Hose Cart House – Eureka Hose Co #3
Sutter Creek Fire History Project - $3,500 - Spanish Street Station and Equipment