Heritage Partners, Dunn County Historical Society


Partnering to Preserve Our History
The Dunn County Historical Society is seeking "Heritage Partners" to join us in our mission by supporting the services we provide to the area. Your investment provides a lot of "bang for the buck." Contributions are used to preserve local history and provide educational programs. Your support is needed to continue and expand these programs. Monetary or "in-kind" contributions are an investment in the community's quality of life. Businesses can become a Heritage Partner at these levels:

Level Contribution

Silver

$100
Gold $250
Platinum

$500

Diamond $1000
Send your tax deductible contribution to:
    Dunn County Historical Society
    PO Box 437
    Menomonie, WI 54751

    (715) 232-8685


Partnership Benefits: Heritage Partners are recognized in the Rassbach Heritage Museum lobby and on the society’s website designating the support level. Heritage Partners are provided with museum guest passes to give to customers, clients, friends, relatives and neighbors.

Contributing to Quality of Life
Museums, libraries, schools, parks and cultural arts enhance the quality of life in our community. Quality of life is a major factor in the area's recent strong economic growth and why businesses, employees and their families choose to settle here. As the "keeper" of local history, the Dunn County Historical Society has added to that quality of life for more than 50 years.

Founded in 1950, the society is the only local historical organization operating museums in the county that are sanctioned by the Wisconsin State Historical Society. Since its beginning, the society's mission has been "to discover, preserve, interpret, and disseminate knowledge about the history of Dunn County and its role in Wisconsin and to arouse interest in the past." The society operates the Russell J. Rassbach Heritage Museum in Menomonie's Wakanda Park, and the Empire in Pine Museum in Downsville. The heritage museum undoubtedly ranks as one of the top three museums in northwest Wisconsin. The society actively promotes other historical attractions in the county.

More than just a non-profit service to the community, the historical society is also an economic engine. Our museum exhibits and the society's special programs attract thousands of visitors a year — visitors who spend thousands of dollars locally.

2014 Heritage Partners


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Dunn County Historical Society
PO Box 437, Menomonie, WI   USA  54751
(715) 232-8685