Thank you for your support of MTHS. With your help, the Mequon Thiensville Historical Society has grown to include over 200 voting members. Major contributors have included Sommer's Motors, Van and Susan Mobley, The Mequon Community Foundation, former Mequon Mayor Connie Pukaite, and the Mequon-Thiensville Sunrise Rotary Club. More recent benefactors include the Cedarburg Auction Company and Anderson Painting. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations, including membership dues, are fully tax deductible.
We are very pleased to welcome two new board members as well as a new ex-officio board member. Paul Schreiber and Jenny Hamm, both from Mequon, have joined our board as members at large. In addition, Mark Brunner, the business manager of Logemann Community Center has joined our board as a non-voting, ex-officio member.
Our member Roy Wetzel recently sent us a link to a SILENT MOVIE documenting the construction of the Mequon Town Hall and Fire Department as a WPA project in the 1930's. To view that video, please go to http://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T01547&video=227641
If you are a longtime Thiensville-Mequon resident, you will especially enjoy seeing the many people involved and named in the video.
To connect with us on FACEBOOK, please friend us at MThistory
MTHS board directors and officers for 2015:
President Bob Blazich 262-242-4653 email@example.com
Vice President Mary Sayner
Treasurer Don Molyneux
Secretary Bonnie Heintskill
Historian Bev Silldorff
Researcher Ruth Renz
Archivist Bev Silldorff 262-242-3290
Membership Amanda Heintskill
Director Jim Schaefer
Es-Officio Mark Brunner
Member Emeritus Don Goniu
Member Emeritus Gordy Hinrichs
With apologies ....rchived newsletters will become available on this website as soon as I learn how to construct links to PDF files.
Our thanks to Sommer's Automotive
for underwriting our website! If you see our friends Wally and Don, please thank them for their continuing support of the MT Historical Society.
To view digital copies of several historic Thiensville and Mequon books and documents, please go to http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/WI.EasternShores
. These are available thanks to the cooperation of the Weyenberg Library, The Wisconsin State Historical Society, The Village of Thiensville, and the MT Historical Society.