July 29-31, 2016
Pommerscher Verein Dancers to Perform
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Pommerscher Verein Central Wisconsin Objectives
The Pommerscher Verein Central Wisconsin exists to preserve the language and heritage of its members ancestors who immigrated primarily from the Prussian Provinces of Pomerania, West and East Prussia, and Posen; to record the rich history of the settlers; and to be a resource for genealogy research. A further objective is to provide opportunities for fellowship, friendship, and gemütlichkeit for members and the community at large. The Verein has 4 membership meetings per year with a typical attendance of about 100, including a meal, group singing, a speaker or presentation of interest, and a business meeting. The annual meeting is held in October and meetings in February and May. The summer gathering is a picnic called "Piknik im Busch". It is usually held at the Berlin Center in Naugart, Township of Berlin, Marathon County, Wisconsin.