Howard Suamico Historical Society
August 3rd, Life
Bridge Church, 2496 Glendale Ave
Call to Order:
The meeting was called to order by President Tim Rasmussen at 5:34pm.
Present were T Rasmussen, B Styczynski, J Deneys, S Pamperin, J Steffen,
M Drzewiecki, G Corbeille, B Gilluame and J Schabow.
The minutes were not available because the secretary did not have a
computer. So very sorry.
Treasurer’s Report: S Pamperin read the July treasurer’s
report. Cash on-hand is $25, 011.22.
He did it again! Tim volunteered
his time and secured a grant from the Packers Dollars for Doers program, which
went to the Howard-Suamico Historical Society.
Thanks Tim! The grant is $500 and
thanks to all his helpers too. It was a
committee of J Steffen, M Drzewiecki, T Rasmussen and G Corbeille, was formed
to meet with the Village of Suamico’s Steve Kubacki and Bonnie Swan, to discuss
the possible uses of the barn and house at Ancestry Acres. They will meet on Monday, August 21stat 10am. Things discussed will be
parking, permits, regulations and any possible restrictions.
renewed your HSHS membership for 2018?
Please contact Steve or Tim if you need to.
staining at Ancestry Acres will probably take place in September; it will be
the second coat. Volunteers are
certainly appreciated. More to come on
the dates and times…
Styczynski and J Schabow have taken the 2018 calendars in for printing and hope
to have them available for sale in early October.
Scholarship committee, headed by M Drzewiecki, will meet in early October to
choose a subject for this years’ essay.
HSHS offers a $1,000 scholarship to a senior at Bay Port who is
continuing their education and submits the winning essay, judged by the
Business: The Ancestry Acres house
decorating is nearing completion and is ready for use as soon as guidelines are
set. J Smurawa and T Rasmussen cleaned
the eaves on the house and garages and D Reins installed new eaves troughs on
the barn at a cost of $590. Volunteers
are needed to pick stones and sticks in the new lawn and to trim the
reported that $132.54 was brought in by the can collection in July. Thanks to all contributors!
books and Opoly games also brought in money, per T Rasmussen and B Styczynski.
HSHS Memory show will be Saturday, September 9th at the Weyers-Hilliard
Library, 2680 Riverview Dr., Green Bay, 54313.
The show will start at 2pm. Bring
your photos to be scanned and returned to you the same day. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
need an Opoly game for a present? Get
them now at the bargain price of only $10!
Available from any board member or at the museum, they are full of fun
Schabow reported the Used Book Sale is Thursday, August 9th, from
8-5:30pm at the Life Bridge Church, 2496 Glendale Ave. Special sale from 4:30-5:30pm. Fill-a-bag for
only $2. Bags are provided.
Schabow is working on the fall Newsletter.
Adjourn: The meeting was adjourned at 5:59pm on a motion by J Schabow, seconded by M Drzewiecki. Motion was carried.
the meeting, Frank Hermans from Let Me Be Frank productions entertained in the
auditorium of Life Bridge Church. As
always, Frank was very entertaining and told how he got started. He also sang a few songs, one with his wife
Amy. Laughter and a good time was had by
October 5th entertainment will be Brian Drown, an HSHS member who
likes to dig things up! He uses his
metal detector to find all kinds of objects and will explain where he finds
them and what they are. You will not
want to miss this.
by J Deneys, Secretary
Annual Used Book Sale, 2496 Glendale Ave., 8am to 5:30pm
7th, Board meeting 6pm, Museum, 605 Maywood Ave.
9th, Memories Show, 2pm, Weyers-Hilliard Library. 2680 Riverview Dr. Howard.
5th, 7pm, Life Bridge Church, Brian Drown will show us what he has
2nd. Board meeting, 6pm, at the Museum, 605 Maywood Ave.
7th, annual HSHS Christmas Party, more to come…
Willquette wishes to inform all HSHS members that the Old Geezers Band will be
playing on Sunday, August 20th, from 2-6pm at Chamber’s Hill
Bar. Two of the band members are HSHS
members, Dan Williquette and Dan Laubenstein.
For old guys, they sound pretty darn good!