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Minnilusa Historical Association's 68th Annual Meeting and Potluck

March 31, 2019  12:00 pm - 2:00 pm



The Minnilusa Historical Association invites the public to the 68th Annual Meeting to be held at noon on Sunday, March 31 at The Journey Museum and Learning Center at 222 New York St. in Rapid City. 

A potluck lunch is planned, and attendees are asked to bring food to share or a $10 donation to eat. Plates, utensils, napkins and beverages will be provided by the Association.

A short business meeting will include the presentation of the annual report plus the election of officers and board members.

Entertainment will be provided by the well-known photographer, Bill Groethe, who will give a presentation on his experiences in the Army Air Corps.


The mission of the Minnilusa Historical Association is to advance the knowledge of pioneer life by managing and maintaining a pioneer museum as a public service; promoting an awareness of the contributions to this area made by our founders and early settlers; collecting, preserving, interpreting and exhibiting historical items; and providing a research center. 

The offices, museum collection and research center are located within The Journey Museum and Learning Center. The Minnilusa Historical Association believes the early settlers of the West River area and the Black Hills of South Dakota exemplified the qualities of perseverance, courage, ingenuity, self-reliance, faith and community spirit that allowed this region to prosper under adverse and sometimes cruel conditions.  It is the aim of the Association to tell their stories and preserve for future generations the lessons of their struggles and triumphs, and advance knowledge and appreciation for both the area and its peoples.

Membership in the Association is open to everyone. Annual dues of $10/individual or $15/family are encouraged at the annual meeting, though not required to attend. Please join us!

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