Saturday December 15 The Mazeppa Area Historical Society had their 2nd Annual Soup and Chili Luncheon along with The Mazeppa Lion's Club's Santa Clause comes to Mazeppa Unfortunately Mother Nature cancelled the horse and wagon rides for the kids this year, but seeing Santa sure brought on the enthusiasm ! Dora Hellerud read Christmas Stories to the kids, too ! People enjoyed the Soup and chilli while catching up with friends and neighbor's. The MAHS sold a beautiful picture with a silent auction. We also raffled off a 4 foot lighted Christmas tree with Ornaments that were donated by local businesses and organizations !
Welcome to the Mazeppa Area Historical Society !
The newly formed Mazeppa Area Historical Society would like to invite you, to join them in creating a place to share our memories, photos, and memorabilia of the past, present and future to be enjoyed and preserved by the Mazeppa Community and its visitors to the area.
Our website is a work in progress so, come and visit us again !
Notes from our Annual Meeting 2012
Dori Klein, Vicky Heitman, and Bev Poncelet were unanimously voted in for another year on the Board of Directors.
Mike Hammes was a "write in" vote to replace Candis Novek on the Board of Directors as Candis is moving. Mike accepted the position, and we look forward to what he can bring to the MAHS as a board member.
The Mazeppa Area Historical Society would like any information that you might be able to tell us, about the above photograph ! The Monitor Plows building is believed to have been on Main Street across from what is now Moto Proz.
Donate us your aluminum cans !
The Mazeppa Area Historical Society is now accepting your aluminum can donations !
The drop off cage is located behind the Mazeppa Community Center where aluminum cans, can be dropped off for Donation at your convenience, anytime !
Thank You to all for supporting us !
The "Adopt a Highway" program.
The Mazeppa Area Historical Society has joined The "Adopt a Highway" program ! On Saturday morning 10/29 a group of 5 members started their 1st Road ditch clean up. The MAHS is responsible for a two mile stretch of County Road 1, north of town from the start of cemetery hill to Trout Brook.