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Pommerscher Verein of Central Wisconsin  Agenda  -  Quarterly Meeting

Sunday, February 9, 2020,  1:00 P.M.

Rib River Ballroom

11:30 Registration

12:00 Dinner

Meeting  

Call to order  -  Applaud Jack for dinner, welcome,  recognize visitors, new members and Pledge to the Flag

Music             

Program:  Introduce DuWayne Zamzow, presenter.  Topic:  The Pomerarian German Immigration to Central Wisconsin

Secretary’s Report  - Jalaine Woller (Adopt as printed in Blatt)

Treasurer’s Report   -   Cindy Braatz  (M & 2 to adopt)

 

Old Business:

Max Kade Annual Mtg. at Grafton , Saturday May 2 with tour of Port Washington Light House, Museum and Historical Society, restaurant to be confirmed. (show of hands to do bus trip)

b.

New Business:

      a.  Constitutional Committee, Steve Barlau, second vice-president, chair

      b.  Need new addresses and would like email address

      c.  Thank you for copier donation

Committee Reports:

Dat Blatt – Gary Klingbeil

Endowment & Strategic Planning -  Jane Braatz

Heritage – Laurel Hoffman

History -  DuWayne Zamzow  (History Speaks – Marathon City)

Language – Ralph Sturm (Platt in Sack) &

Platt Tied (DuWayne & Don)  March 4th 9:00am (Merrill)

Library & Genealogy – Laurel Hoffman

Membership – Cindy Braatz

Music & Dance – DuWayne

Feb. 20, Hawthrone Hills School Cultural Fest, Wausau

Feb. 29, Marshfield Cultural Fest  -UW Marshfield

May 9, Portage County Cultural Fest, Stevens Point

Sept. 12-13, Wausau Festival of Arts (not confirmed)

Sept. 11,  Chippewa Falls Oktoberfest (not confirmed)

Sept. 19, Three Lakes Black Forest Oktoberfest (not confirmed)

Programs – Gary Gisselman

PVCW Website  -  Ellen Krohn

Sales & Merchandise -  Jane Braatz

Social  -  Karen Schult - Rosemary Sturm   (Fasching and Card Party)

Tours – DuWayne  Pommerntag?  date, Noon to 5, Mequon                             

Other Business:

  Next quarterly meeting:     April 19, 2020 at Rib River

   Adjournment:

   Tom Mueller, President

     Jane Braatz, First Vice-President