PORT WASHINGTON -- Port Washington-Salem Historical Society met in June with discussion of the Memorial Day Parade and the open house of the Town Hall being a huge success.
Bruce Hibginger made mini Town Hall to be in the parade on back of a cart.
Discussion on upcoming events and to restore the third floor of the town hall, paint and repair outside wood, windows and doors before winter. The need for a dehumidifer, heat in the building, inside windows repaired and a new fire escape is needed for the outside of the building.
Firefighters have a breakfast the second Saturday of every month and at that time the historical society will have the Town Hall open from 8 to 11 a.m. on those Saturdays other discussion of a yard sale in late summer before school starts, to help with cost of some repairs, and drains in front of town hall need repaired and drained into sewer. All meetings are open to anyone and are the second Tuesday of each month with next meeting being July 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the mayor's office.
Currently, there are 64 members in the organization. Membership is a $1 a year.