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The Greendale Historical Society has announced a motor-coach tour to Hyde Park, New York. The trip will be from Oct. 4 -10.

The cost is $1,095 for non-members and $995 for members. This includes transportation, hot breakfasts, hotel with a pool and entrance to all sites. The sites include the Roosevelt National Historic Site, FDR Springwood Mansion, Presidential Library, Val Kill, Eleanor Roosevelt’s private cottage, a guided tour at West Point, the Culinary Institute of America, and much more.

Deposits ($100) will secure a place for you and the full amount will be due by August 1. Please call the Greendale Historical Society at (414) 423-7064 for more information.
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In June of 2013, the Village of Greendale announced they are considering the demolition of The Old Fire Station and Police Department Building located in the National Historic Landmark District of the Village. Click here to read the position adopted by the members of the Greendale Historical Society.

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The mission of the Greendale Historical Society is to preserve and foster appreciation of Greendale, Wisconsin, one of only three American Greenbelt communities.

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Our Board of Directors

Ted Mainella, President
Bill Kewan, Vice-President
Kevin Nitka, Treasurer
Bob DeRoche, Secretary

At-Large Board Members:
William Attewell, Jim Burns, Kathleen Kendellen Hart, William Hughes, Georgianne Heymann, Bob Prindiville, Kristi Sanders and Brenda Siemers