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The Tremble School has now been moved to its new location at 12787 Velp Avenue in Suamico. The Tremble School was built in 1916 at a cost of $3,200 and was used continuously for educating students until around 1964. The first teacher, Genevieve Farley was paid $47.52 per month for the school year 1917-18 and electricity was added to the building in 1931.

Tremble School has been moved to the new location at 12787 Velp Avenue and is waiting to be set onto the foundation. Anyone having pictures or memorabilia of the school, please contact Tim at 920-434-3514 or any board member.

The monthly open house at Ancestry Acres Museum located at 12787 Velp Avenue will take place on September 21st from11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The farmhouse, granary and barn will be open for inspection and are handicap accessible.

The next Howard-Suamico Historical Society general meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 6th at 7:00 p.m. The guest speaker will be Dave Miller, also known as The Ancestry Guy and former weatherman at Channel 5, WFRV. Dave will explain how to start a genealogy search and who to contact to get started. This informative meeting will be at Lifebridge Church located at 2496 Glendale Avenue in Howard. This event is open to the general public and all are welcome.

The Tremble School has now been moved to its new location at 12787 Velp Avenue in Suamico. The Tremble School was built in 1916 at a cost of $3,200 and was used continuously for educating students until around 1964. The first teacher, Genevieve Farley was paid $47.52 per month for the school year 1917-18 and electricity was added to the building in 1931.

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