On Thursday, September 5th at 6:30 p.m. the Papillion Area Historical Society we will welcome Kelli Bacon, Certified Local Government Coordinator from the Nebraska State Historic Preservation office. Kelli will talk about local historic preservation including activities, workshops, walking/driving tours, preservation planning and training. Anyone interested in Papillion history is welcome to attend at the Historic Portal Schoolhouse in downtown Papillion. For more information contact Julie at (402)679-5100.
To celebrate Constitution Day, twenty new citizens will be sworn in front of the Historic Portal Schoolhouse in Papillion, Nebraska. The ceremony will take place on Monday, September 16th, at 1:30 p.m. on the grounds outside the schoolhouse.
The ceremony will include our master of ceremonies, Bob Olson, a lifetime Papillion resident and board member of the PAHS. Mr. Eugene Curtin, writer for the Omaha World Herald, Creighton Magazine, and formerly at the Papillion Times will serve as our Key Note Speaker.
The Papillion Area Historical Society is hosting the event. Support for the event is encouraged and can be arranged by contacting the Historical Society at (402)679-5100.
Priority seating is given to new citizens and their families. The public is welcome to observe the ceremony based on space availability.
Omaha Gives! is a one-day online fundraising event organized by the Omaha Community Foundation and held on May 24th to raise support for nonprofits in Douglas, Sarpy, and Pottawattamie Counties. It is a community-wide event to show off the area’s spirit of giving, raise awareness about local nonprofits, and celebrate the collective effort it takes to make this city great.
Once again the Papillion Area Historical Society is proud to be participating in Omaha Gives! The online giving holiday will take place May 24th from midnight to midnight. Mark your calendars so you can help us, as we join over 700 local nonprofits to raise money together and compete for matching funds and prize money. The more money we raise, the larger percentage of the bonus dollars we will receive. The more donors we get to give to us, the more likely we are to win prizes. Money raised for PAHS will help provide programs, pay utility bills and maintain our two historic buildings throughout the year. Your support is greatly appreciated! Learn more at Omaha Gives.