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90 years in the making

Antiquarian Society takes up cause of preservation in the region

2:57 PM, Oct. 9, 2013
Dressed in period costumes, Debbie Ashmann, left, of Green Bay and Patty Brennan of De Pere stand beside a 1929 roadster that was parked outside Riverside Ballroom in Green Bay during the Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society's annual fall luncheon, which also commemorated the organization's 90th birthday, on Friday, Sept. 27. Ashmann is the vice governor for the society, and Brennan is the scribe for the group.
Dressed in period costumes, Debbie Ashmann, left, of Green Bay and Patty Brennan of De Pere stand beside a 1929 roadster that was parked outside Riverside Ballroom in Green Bay during the Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society's annual fall luncheon, which also commemorated the organization's 90th birthday, on Friday, Sept. 27. Ashmann is the vice governor for the society, and Brennan is the scribe for the group.
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It is only fitting the Green Bay & De Pere Antiquarian Society is celebrating such a pivotal year in the history of the organization.

On Friday, Sept. 27, at Riverside Ballroom in Green Bay, the society met turned its annual fall luncheon into a 90th birthday party, complete with attendees dressed for the occasion in period costumes.

Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt was in attendance to proclaim the day in recognition of the society and its 90 years of existence. ...

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