How to Join According to the by-laws of this organization, new member applications must be presented, in writing, by an active member, co-signed by two (2) active members and presented to the membership chairman. Prospective members are encouraged to contact the society or a member of the society. To be a member in good standing requires payment of all dues and assessments. Prospective members may apply any time during the year, however, you will become an offical member at the Annual Meeting. Annual membership dues are $40.00 per year. Included in the dues amount are 4 admission tickets to the Society’s Annual Holiday Antique Show and Sale held in November.
The fiscal year of the Society is June 1 through May 31. Members will be invoiced in April. Payment due date is May 31st. (This ensures that active members will be listed in the annual membership directory that is published in July.)
The four luncheon meetings are separate fees. (Members pay in advance for each individual luncheon meeting).
To be a member in good standing, the Society encourages: 1. Participate in the projects undertaken by the Society each year. 2. Attend quarterly meetings. 3. Volunteer to work at the annual Antique Show fundraiser.
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Member Meetings The Society has quarterly membership luncheon meetings at Oneida Golf and Country Club (except as otherwise noted below) with a program: September, November, January and April. Members only may sponsor guests (prospective members) to these meetings, except for April which is the final meeting of the Society’s fiscal year.
Friday, September 26, 2008 - Site: Neville Public Museum - Main Gallery PROGRAM: "The Brown County Library Treasures; The entire Collection acquired by the Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society"
Friday November 7, 2008 PROGRAM: "Fascinating Story of Furniture Making in Sheboygan 1850-1960"
Friday, January 23, 2009 PROGRAM: "Woodlawn Cemetery: The History of a Resting Place"
Friday, April 24, 2009 PROGRAM: "The Restored Grandeur of the Yawkey House Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin"