Cuba Mayor Dale Huncovsky,
who earned: 1st Place
Republic County Historical
Museum’s 'Celebrity Ice Cream
VOTE' during the ‘Ice Cream
Social’ Sunday; July 13th.
Mayor Dale (and Laverna)
made: Cherry Kolache Ice
Cream, Apricot Kolache Ice
Cream and Prune Kolache Ice
Congratulations ALSO to: Courtland Mayor Tim Garman,
whose ice cream "Auntie Char's
Berry Blast." came in 2nd place.
Thanks to all the eight Mayors in Republic County, as well as Representative Schwartz and Senator Bowers - who all contributed ice cream to this county museum.
AND...Heartfelt thanks to our
WONDERFUL community-FOR YOUR SUPPORT! …from your friends at the Republic County Historical Museum.
at: the Museum!
Come by and see it!
We were thrilled to have:
Meteorologist Chad Omitt from
The National Weather Service-Topeka
SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY
AT THE MUSEUM:
March 20th, 2014; the 1st day of Spring to a packed crowd at the museum. (Photos below.)
Kansas State Climatologist
Mary Knapp presented:
at The Republic County Historical Museum: March 20th, the 1st Day of Spring 2014
Cuba, Kansas Residents Observe
Recent Renovation of Auditorium
curtain at the
Cuba, Kansas Community Hall.
(top of photo...a scene of the Wenceslas Cathedral in Prague, in the Czech Republic. )
Belleville quilter Carol Pachta (left)shares information from a genealogy quilt with longtime Museum volunteer Pat Walter.
We HOPE you 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 "
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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
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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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Thank you to: dedicated museum
volunteer Don Danielson-for
tirelessly scooping ice cream, at the
museum Ice Cream Social
Sunday; July 13th.
(Below) Courtland Mayor Tim Garman
and Scandia Mayor Gary Cline enjoy
visiting with enthusiastic museum
volunteers Tom Grover and Bob Trecek
in museum's main Gallery at the
Ice Cream Social Sunday; July 13th.
Just some...of the scrumptious pies
making an appearance at the
museum's Ice Cream Social. (below)
Some HIGHLIGHTS from
"Sunflower Frontier Youth Camp:"
Campers learned alot from
Nick Levendofsky (see below)
whose great, great, great-
grandfather homesteaded north
Campers learned about the
State Flower (the Sunflower,
as well as the State Reptile
(the Box Turtle,) and Took Home
COLORFUL ART PROJECTS.
The NEXT Meeting of the
Republic County Historical
Monday; August 4, 2014
Please note: the NEW TIME!
Meetings are held:
the first Monday of the month;
October through March
at 5:30 p.m. at the
Republic County Historical Society Museum
on Highway 36 in Belleville, Kansas.
Then, from April through September, meetings begin
at 7:00 p.m. (NEW Time.)
We're on FACEBOOK! Check us out!
Have you seen our wall with
the names of Republic County
World War II Veterans...
If someone you know is
then please let us know and
we will add their name!
World War II