Western Fremont Historical Society

Preserving the history and heritage of the settlers of western Fremont County, Colorado.

Mission:

Western Fremont Historical Society

Western Fremont Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the heritage of Western Fremont County, Colorado through research, education, and the promotion and sharing of the area’s history. Western Fremont Historical Society is a 501(C)(3)non-profit organization.

You can designate your gift to be unrestricted or you can ask that your donation be used for future renovation projects.

Donate:

Donations and dues help to provide the funds needed to perform routine maintenance/upkeep of the History Center property, present local history programs and tours, produce newsletters, and continue to archive historical documents.

Also, we are very thankful for contributions from donors for the preservation project of the WFHS History Center known to locals as “the little white church.” It houses our collection of archives and artifacts. The church, built in 1898, was originally a landmark structure for the town of Howard and is currently designated by Fremont County as a historically significant site. The structure itself is in good condition given its age and history, but there is now a critical need for essential physical repairs, especially to the foundation, exterior siding, and windows. In 2018, the building celebrated its 120th birthday. In the fall of 2019, necessary steps to preserve this landmark for generations to come will begin.

Here is how you can help: Please consider making an unrestricted contribution to WFHS. Your donation, whatever the size, will demonstrate community support for our activities and projects.

Make checks payable to WFHS and send to:
WFHS
P.O. Box 181
Howard, CO 81233
Questions: Please contact Shari Mohr at 719-942-3355 or email wfhsinfo@gmail.com