Pittsville Area Historical Society survives via a combination of volunteer work, memberships, donations, grants and visitors. As a strictly volunteer organization we are always looking for help! Most volunteers work Thursdays, March through September, and miscellaneous days the other months. Many contribute volunteer work related to their skills and interests on an as-needed basis. Others help when needed for fundraisers and other events or activities. Volunteer work is greatly appreciated, yet others may only wish to provide financial help. Not all members are expected to work; we only ask that volunteers do what they can, when they can. Those who pay membership dues but do not wish to work are greatly appreciated just the same. Dues are $15 for family memberships and $10 for individuals per year. Beginning in 2014, members can choose to be listed on this page in recognition of support or they can remain anonymous. Please join us or give financially as you can!

Download membership forms ($15 for family and $10 for individuals per year): < Click here for the .doc version > < Click here for the .pdf version >

Download the business membership form ($50 per year): Business Membership Form (.docx)

Donations of historical local artifacts are of course highly desirable. If you have an item or items that might contribute to an exhibit or that should perhaps become part of our museum, please contact any officer or member (see below) of PAHS (or see the address below). Items can be gifted meaning ownership is forever transferred to PAHS, or they can be loaned for display for any period of time (ownership remains with the lender). Please understand that after research and vetting, not all artifacts may be accepted, and if accepted, how, where, and when items are put on display is entirely up to PAHS. Gifted items are tax deductible (please refer to IRS rules); loaned items are not. If you would like to make a tax deductible monetary contribution to assist us with improving or expanding museum displays, or to maintain/improve our museum in any way please send inquiries/contributions to:

Pittsville Area Historical Society, Inc.
P. O. Box 23
Pittsville, WI 54466
PAHS is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
contributions may be tax deductible (see IRS rules)

Current Family and Individual Members
(listings last updated 8/3/23)

Don & Dorothy Berg
Victor & Kathy Bowden
Harriet Broom Family
Chris & Allen Buchanan
Glenna & Roger Bushman
Bob & Sharon Christensen
Richard & Mary Czaja
Gloria & Charles Dibble
Barbara Drufke
Mark & Joanne Gosh
Gloria & Al Grorich
David  & Mary Ann Hahn
William & Kathy Hahn

Steve & Kaye Hamm
Paula Hensel & girls
Ronald Harris
Lynn Jankowski
Mark Jankowski
Marvin & Sherry Kohlbeck
Patricia Lippert
Jeff & Sue Masephol
Chris Nepper
Caroline & Donald Merk
Marlene Neve
Russ & Diann Parker
Jim & Jan Patrick

James Peterson
Peg Rademan
Randall Family
Karleen D Schiller
Chuck & Becky Soper
Ralph & Carrie Tritz
Bill & Diana Wenger
Jim & Sally Winkels
Dick Woiak
Mary Zdun
Theresa Zdun

Current Business Members
(listings last updated 8/3/23)

A&R Plumbing, LLC
Badger State Food Processing, Inc.
Behselich Farm
Blue Bayou Pub
Bluff View Auto Repair
Buchanan/Rembs Funeral Home
Bucks N Berries Family restaurant, LLC
Cary Valley Auto, LLC
Chasteen Agency
Gardner Cold Storage
GDogg’s Resale Shop
Hahn Transportation

Hay Creek Pallet Co.
Healing Hands Chiropractic Center
Heuer Bros. Construction
Horsin’ Around Saloon
Iggy’s Trucking, LLC
Lakeside Oasis
Martin Motors, LLC
Matthew’s Electric Service LLC
Miller Roofing Services, LLC
Palmer’s Cornerstone Concrete
Paulie’s Diner
Pittsville Family Dental

Pittsville Farm & Home Center/The Flower Shop
Pittsville Meats & Sausage
Pittsville Record
Pittsville Vision Center
ProVision Partners Cooperative/Cenex
Schwanebeck Excavating
Turner Creek Cranberry
Urban Housing, LLC
Wilke Landscaping & Exc., LLC
Wisconsin Farm Business
Zieher Agency

Since its beginning in 1981, PAHS has received grants for special projects from Alliant Energy Foundation, Consolidated Papers, Greater South Wood County Teen Leadership Program, Lutheran Brotherhood, Mead Witter Foundation, Inc., Modern Woodmen, People’s State Bank (Burt & Shirley Iverson), USDA Rural Development Community Facilities, Wood County Master Gardeners, Farm Progress Days.