It may still be officially winter, and we’re not done yet with Covid-19, but Spring is coming and Jonathan Clark House activities have been in the news. Both the Mequon Beacon and Ozaukee County News Graphic have published articles on our “Become a Young Historian” project. Here is the Beacon article:
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And here’s the article from the News Graphic:
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The News Graphic was not able to include a photo we submitted; here are our costumed young historians who are managing the “Find the Red Fox” contest, Kate and Kolby Zellmann:
If you’re in the Mequon area this month, stop in at the Weyenberg Library and check out our awesome lobby exhibit.
And many thanks to Joe Fall of Culver’s, the Mequon Community Foundation, and the Cedarburg Toy Company for their project sponsorship.
2 thoughts on “Clark House News”
We are very proud of this project.
Thanks for the blog “shout-out”
You’re welcome! I’m always glad to support our Young Historians. It’s a great project.
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