Who We Are

The Mount Horeb Landmarks Foundation, Inc. is a domestic corporation organized by volunteers and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The purpose of the Mount Horeb Landmarks Foundation, Inc. (MHLF, Inc.) is to advance awareness of landmarks of historical significance in Mount Horeb and support the restoration and preservation of these landmarks.

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Board of Directors

Jackie Sale, President

Betty Drape, Secretary

SandyBreunig, Treasurer

Ruth Dobson, Board Member

Chuck Misky, Board Member

Kurt Nowka, Board Member

Bev Schwierske, Board Member

Jude Temby, Board Member

Marly VanCamp, Board Member

Cheryl Wille-Schlesser, Board Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mount Horeb

Landmarks Foundation, Inc

Mount Horeb, WI • Established in 2002

All historical photos on this website are courtesy of Mount Horeb Area Historical Society

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The Schoolhouse today.   First Floor School (available as open space)  LL Kitchen has additional Meeting Space and Restrooms

 

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Our Mission

The Mount Horeb Landmarks Foundation, Inc., established in April 2002, was organized to identify and advance awareness of buildings, structures and landmarks of historical significance in the Mount Horeb area and to support the development, restoration, conservation, protection and preservation of those buildings, structures and landmarks for the benefit of the general public.

It’s not just about the school……

Although the idea for the organization of the Mount Horeb Landmarks Foundation, Inc. came about because of the pending demolition of the District Number 1 School House, the Landmarks Foundation will continue on after the school house restoration is complete.

Many communities have similar organizations and projects, which not only include the restoration of landmarks, but also such activities as walking and bus tours, educational events, historical marker projects, publication of preservation related literature and the promotion and advocacy of historical preservation.