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Sterling Eureka and Laketown Historical Society

Preserving Local History since 2000

For uptodate information, follow us on Facebook. Facebook SELHS

Meetings: 3rd Thursday of April - October 1 pm Cushing Community Center -- around the back upstairs. Everyone Welcome


SELHS Christmas Party -- Wolf Creek Methodist Church. Noon Potluck -- Thursday January 17th. Speaker and program on local history. FREE Open to the public. Come and take a break in January.

The 14th annual River Road Ramble is the 4th Saturday of September (28th in 2019). For more information on the Ramble follow the Facebook page Facebook River Road Ramble

Check out the new historical map of the local area. Over 200 sites identified with links, photos and information. A work in progress from SELHS! Sterling Eureka and Laketown Historical Map Link

Lots of local historical information, books, scans etc., can be found on our shared cloud drive. Just click this link to get started. Local History information

The Annual Sterling Picnic is the Sunday after Father's Day each year at the Cushing Community Center. Noon Potluck. For more information on the picnic, started in 1939, follow the Facebook page Facebook Sterling Picnic

SELHS has a new book for sale put together by member Russ Hanson. The history of Alabama Wisconsin, a community formed in 1869 between Cushing and Atlas from families coming to Laketown from NE Alabama, escaping the devastation of the Civil War. For sale at the museum, the Luck museum and on Amazon or by mail order to SELHS ($15 includes shipping costs). The who, what, why, when, where and how of these settlers and what became of them. Alabama Wisconsin

SELHS headquarters are in Cushing, Wisconsin. The history group covers three townships in far northwest Wisconsin. We have a Memory Room museum in Cushing in the upstairs of the Community Center open by appointment Call 715 488 2416 and leave a message Rent the Cushing Community Center Large Meeting room and kitchen for a reunion, wedding, sale or other event by calling Betty at 725 488 2467 and include a visit to the Museum too.


Donate $10 to become a member for 1 year. $100 for lifetime membership. Secure payments made through paypal or credit card.