A F T E R M A T H...of
May 6, 1900 Tornado
in Republic County, Kansas
The Heart of Belleville Art Guild
enjoyed a WONDERFUL
"Open Art Night"
February 18th, and...
it will take place AGAIN in March
at the Republic County Historical
Look for the date to be set SOON!...and enjoy working on an art project
Heart of Belleville Art Guild...
Bring a snack, and work on an art project.
Kids under 2 - need a parental chaperone.
What a wonderful environment to paint, sculpt or work on a project that's been on your shelf, and is begging to be finished.
Museum is located: On Hwy 36; just east of Highway 81.
(615 28th Street.)
Conte Crayon sketch of The Creager House, eight miles south of Courtland, Kansas - designed in 2004 by Pat Walter of Belleville for history enthusiast Georgia Kenyon.
Join the Heart of Belleville Art Guild!
Kansas State Representative Sharon Schwartz visits with Sister Mary Savoie & Sister Margaret Nacke at the Soup Supper.
USD 109 School Board member Donna Ward and her friends enjoy soup with Marion Lesovsky.
The 2014 GIFT
of invaluable Band Uniforms from Band Instructor Kalen Bebermeyer & the Republic County High School Marching BAND.
Come see these precious uniforms UP CLOSE and personal...!
Come see your Republic County Historical Museum!
Hours are: 1:00 through 5:00 Monday thru Friday.
Please call first-just to be sure someone is here. Thanks!
Old Books for Sale
Pictures of Republic County
Kansas State Historical Society
I.O. Savage "History of Republic County, Kansas
Republic County Newspapers
William G. Cutler?s "History of the State of Kansas "
Find A Grave
615 28th Street
W. US Hwy 36
Belleville, KS 66935
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
*Monday through Friday
*Saturday by appointments
1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
April thru November
Closed on major holidays
Children 10- 16: $1.00
Children under 10 free.
-Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Group Rates - 12 or more adults:
Adults - 17 and up: $2.00
Would YOU KNOW-
what to do in
A Meteorologist from The National
Kansas State Climatologist Mary Knapp will
provide vital safety information
for the public on
Thursday; March 20th at 2:00pm
here at the
Republic County Historical Society Museum, Belleville, Kansas...
(on Hwy 36 - just east of Hwy 81.)
It's FREE, and will offer
SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY Information!
Hope you JOIN US!
the President of your Republic County Historical Society Museum: Nancy Holt...and
dedicated Museum volunteer Bob Trecek!
The Belleville Chamber and Main Street Monday night, February 17th recognized these volunteers with awards - for their service, and three other wonderful volunteers: Mikel Hadachek, Rob Kasl...and our Museum volunteer David Pachta's Rocky Pond Christmas Committee during the
Belleville Chamber and Main Street Annual Awards Celebration.
The 50-Year Business award went to Leonard's Appliance, now called Coles.
And...the Community Impact Award went to Reinke Manufacturing, the Momentum Award went to 6th Street Fashions and Footwear, the Sponsorship Award went to The Dinner Bell and After Five...and the Design Award went to TamiCakes.
Four businessess are also being recognized for being new in 2013:
*Cole's Appliance Center (formerly Leonard's Appliances,)
*Dan's AutoBody (near Johnson Monument,)
*Los Primos Mexican Restaurant on Highway 81
*TamiCakes, a bakery in downtown Belleville.
Our own Museum volunteer/Board member Rod Woods has again been elected President of the Belleville Chamber and Main Street.
Congrats to all award recipipents and Bellevile Chamber and Main Street Director Melinda Pierson for a wonderful year...from the
Republic County Historical Society Museum!
Thank YOU to our WONDERFUL patrons for helping make our Annual Soup Supper
a GREAT SUCCESS!
ALSO THANK YOU Kansas State Representative Sharon Schwartz,who enjoyed meeting so many people at the Soup Supper!
Hope to see you at the Museum!
The elegant lamppost in front of the Museum once again looks like it did when it graced the main street of Belleville's business district.
The lamppost was damaged a few years ago when a windstorm came through the county and pulled it down.
We value our members and volunteers.
Think about becoming one!
COME SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER!
The Republic County Historical Society is a tax exempt organization, section 510 (C) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax deductible.
We are supported by membership dues, bequeaths and donations.
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The next meeting
of the Republic County Historical Society will be Monday, April 7, 2014 at 7:30PM at the Republic County Historical Society Museum.
Everyone is welcome!
Meetings are the first Monday of the month October through March at 5:30 p.m. at the Republic County Historical Society Museum located on Highway 36 in Belleville, Kansas.
Then, from April through September, meetings begin at 7:30 p.m.
Kansas State Representative Sharon Schwartz enjoys meeting museum volunteers Don Danielson & Tom Grover.
Museum volunteer David Pachta 'mans' the popular Bake Sale at the Soup Supper fundraiser (at The Golden Bell Haven.
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We Appreciate our Veterans!
Have you seen our wall with the names of Republic County World War II Veterans...
If someone you know is not included, then please let us know and we will add their name!
Rock Island Railroad
World War II
While you're in the area don't forget to visit the museum!