The celebration of Weyauwega’s sesquicentennial in 2006 included the creation of a book about the community’s history.
That book was “Weyauwega Remembers,” and it was put together by Joan and Bill Mallo and Mary Werth.
For several years, the book has been out of print and unavailable, except at the Weyauwega Public Library.
Now, the Weyauwega Area Historical Society is providing an opportunity for people to again purchase a copy of the book and recall Weyauwega’s history.
Orders are currently being taken for a reprint of the 2006 “Weyauwega Remembers,” at the Weyauwega Public Library.
Those who order a copy of the book and pay its $30 cost by Wednesday, Nov. 27, through the library, are guaranteed to receive their copies before Christmas.
If the book needs to be shipped, an additional $10 is added to the cost.
Those who want to order by mail may send their payment to the Weyauwega Public Library at P.O. Box 6, Weyauwega, WI 54983.
For more information about the project or the Weyauwega Historical Society, call 920-867-2247.