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Website Privacy Policy

wisner/ November 24, 2019/ Hidden, Uncategorized

How We Collect and Use Information The Oakland County Pioneer and Historical Society and specifically its website, collects the following types of information about you when processing ecommerce orders through our website. We do not willingly collect any information about you outside that activity, and this privacy policy is intended to make you aware of the information we collect and

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New website launched!

wisner/ June 25, 2017/ Uncategorized

With one single act of pure bravado, trumpeted by some OCPHS board members as “sheer lunacy”, by others as “relevant to 2011”, and by still others as “how do I get to it on my phone again?” – we’ve launched a new website. The new site has been “in the planning stages” for nearly four years and replaces a site

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Donations Help History Live Here!

wisner/ June 8, 2017/ Uncategorized

  Each year we ask members and friends to lend their support to our Annual Giving Campaign. This year we’re trying something a little different, by inviting you to choose where your donation goes. Support our General Operating budget, or give toward special projects like the Carriage House interior, School House painting and repair, 1901 Standard Vehicle Carriage, or to

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Welcome New Board Members & Officers

wisner/ June 8, 2017/ Uncategorized

At the May 17th Annual Meeting and Election, two new directors, Sue Grifor and Dave Decker, were elected to serve three year terms, along with those other directors returning to the board. Officers were also selected to serve one year terms: President: Charlotte Cooper 1st Vice President: Sara Cote 2nd Vice President: Rodger Zeller Secretary: Kathy Davis Treasurer: Barbara Frye

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Spring Has Sprung!

wisner/ June 8, 2017/ Uncategorized

Many thanks to the Oakland County Sheriff’s WWAM community service workers, as well as our OCPHS volunteers for coming out to spruce up our grounds and to help with other tasks on Spring Clean Up day, April 29. What a difference a crew of willing helpers makes in a short time!