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Centreville Settlement, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the preservation of the rural architectural and cultural aspects of the Centerville WI area.  As such all donations to our organization are tax deductible.
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Our acquisition committee is always looking for unique items, particularly from the 1880-90's time period. 
All items are received subject to review and may be accepted based on our anticipated requirements and space restrictions.  Items with a written "local story" behind them typically are the most in demand. 
Looking for any pre-1900's recipes for mortar, beer, and bread.  (The three food groups?  ;-)  )
In February 2002, we had a fund drive based on a matching grant from the West Foundation.  They matched funds we raised during the calendar year.  In the past grant funding has typically been used to pay for instructors, restoration specialists, and interpretive programs.  Your donations will help us with day to day restoration materials and restoration expertise as well as hands-on construction.
For 2023 we plan to be using individual's donations as well as exploring grants for implementing technical tools to expand our reach, including social media, on-line virtual tours, as well as multilingual and graphic content for on-site visitors, and smart-phone applications for our historic route driving tours. 
2023 and early 2024 will be significant years for us; planning our 10 year strategic vision, which will likely include ideas for how to explore, connect with, and communicate our First Peoples connection with the area; and how to stretch to tell the story of Hika as an 1800's port, and what both general travel and immigration were like in the 1840's, the 1890's, and the early 1900's.  Possible development and coordination of a Hika Historic District.  Can you help us with those ideas??

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