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Green County Historical Society to hold annual meeting
Lincoln Park water tower

MONROE - The Green County Historical Society will hold its annual meeting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday , June 12, at Lincoln Park. 

After the meeting will be the opening of the water tower, which was recently rated the best in the state by the Sheboygan Press.

The Society was formed in 1937, occupying the old Carriage house on the Arabut Ludlow estate north of Monroe. In 1966, the Universalist Church bequeathed their building, built in 1859-1861 to the City of Monroe, providing it become a museum, thus the current location of the museum.  Annual meetings are held to inform members and the public what has transpired the previous year and goals for the next year.

As always, the Society is recruiting new members, as it is a growing, forward thinking group that is always open to new ideas.

Attendees are asked to bring a lawn chair for the meeting, and perhaps become a member or volunteer in order to help the Society continue to preserve the past for future generations, and tour the water tower.