Jr. Historians spend three mornings learning more about the history of Wyandot County and the Native Americans that lived here. They also heard from a man who grew up on a reservation, created their own versions of Indian games, and sampled some snacks that were similar to those an Indian child might have had.
On May 7, a soft opening and ribbon cutting was held at the Indian Mill. The Mill has been up graded with new paint, new lighting, and many new displays! The opening was attended by the Wyandot Chiefs, Historical Society board members and the Director, as well as several state officials. Look for the Grand Opening in July!
The May 6th dinner, hosted by the Wyandot County Historical Society and the Records and History of John Stewart United Methodist Church, was an enjoyable evening. With good food, provided by Special Occasions, the evening was highlighted by a program presented by Chief Roll of the Wyandots of Anderdon (Michigan) and Chief Friend of the Wyandottes from Oklahoma. Following the dinner and presentation, many of the guests were able to personally meet the Chiefs.
If you are like most of the people past
the age of 40, you’ve had some thought about estate planning. Some benefits
from your estate planning are the following: it preserves the value of your estate, it minimizes estate taxes, and
it can truly benefit your favorite charity.
The Wyandot County Archaeological &
Historical Society (WCA&HS) is a 501-C3 tax-exempt organization, so all gifts
are tax deductible. The WCA&HS has an endowment fund from which we use the interest for the operation of the Society.
In addition, your donation can be designated for the operation and
maintenance of a specific facility
(i.e. Museum, School House, or
Overland Inn/Anderson Building).
By your giving, you can feel assured that the WCA&HS will be preserved for future generations.
We hope that the WCA&HS is one of
your favorite charities and remembered during your estate planning.
Thank You in Advance
The Members of the
Board of Directors