Author: Pulaski Area Historical Society

2016 June Meeting Minutes

Time Capsule – Claudia said 40 people attended the opening on June 12th and thanked the board members who were there. Harry Krysiak dug up the capsule. Its items will be on display in the museum. They included some pictures, church bulletins, newspapers and other articles. Claudia went to just about all of the businesses in Pulaski asking if they want to put anything in the next one. She approached the schools but no one has responded. There will be an article in the next Pulaski News. It was suggested we keep the capsule open till Polka Days in case anyone wants to include something. Pat & Bob Budz wrote down who and what was given so far. It was suggested we open the next one in ten years.

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2016 April Meeting Minutes

History Walk – Tammy handed out a brochure regarding this. It will be held on Thursday, May 19th from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Several Brown County historic sites will be participating. They will be serving food & refreshments. She suggested having small pieces of polish sausage on tooth picks and maybe miniature paczkis with coffee for a “taste of Pulaski”.

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2016 February Meeting Minutes

Heirloom Plant Sale – Mike debated when it should be held. It was decided May 14 and May 21 from 9:00am to 3:00pm. He will be needing volunteers to help with the sale. He has a new list of available plants and will have the list ready to post at the museum for the Village Wide Rummage Sale. He will also design a flyer and advertise it.

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2015 November Meeting Minutes

Doug Prentice from State Farm Insurance went over the insurance coverages he has available for our museum. He said we should find out if our current insurance company has a discount structure where we may be eligible for an upcoming discount for having them for several years without a claim. He acknowledged that our current policy appears to be adequate for us but would be happy to answer any questions we may have. He finished his presentation at 6:50pm. Larry Puzen then called the meeting to order at 6:51pm. Those attending were Larry Puzen, Larry Szymanski, Katie Walters, Jim Zajac, Mike Blohowiak, Tammy Brzeczkowski, Marion Schroeder, Claudia Ryczkowski, Roger Brzeczkowski, Pam Mannigel and Norine Heuser. Secretary’s Report – Mike made a motion to accept the minutes. Jim Zajac seconded. Motion carried. Larry Szymanski then mentioned he had been having difficulty trying to get answers from our current insurance company. Marian said it would be beneficial for us to have a local insurance agent who is readily available to answer any questions. Larry then made a motion to go with State Farm’s “Replacement Cost” plan for $1,032.00 per year. Norine seconded. Motion carried. Treasurer’s Report – Larry reported our checkbook balance is $5,638.41. Larry Puzen asked if Larry could prepare a cost assessment of our museum so we will have an idea of what it costs us per month. He...

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