The Museum


  • Serve the community as a unique venue for corporate meetings, entertainment and educational (seminar) location for both indoor and outdoor uses and programs.
  • Serve the community for special events for individuals, businesses, and government entities (all proceeds are used for the maintenance and operation of the facility).
  • Preserve the extensive big game trophy collection accumulated by the Judge Sanders and his wife Kay Sanders during their lifetime.
  • Access the film library of Judge Sanders’ travels and big game hunts in Africa, India, and other regions of the world. (These films are available for exhibition off premises as part of the educational mission of the Foundation at no cost as a public service for local schools, civic clubs, churches, or other venues).
  • Serve as an anthropological museum of artifacts accumulated during the travels of Judge Sanders and wife Kay to various cultures of Africa and New Guinea.
  • Serve as a nature museum with interactive displays featuring various trophies and artifacts in display cases arranged in natural settings to the education and entertainment of people of all ages. (The Sanders’ collection of primitive New Guinea artifacts is reputed to be one of the most extensive collections privately held).