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Sargent County Museum

Forman, North Dakota

701-724-3194

 sargentcountymuseum@yahoo.com

  8987 Hwy 32, Forman, ND 58032

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May, 29 2018 - Labor Day            hours will be 

         M-F  10-5

       Sunday:  1-4 

 or call for an appointment

Other times of the year call or email to make sure we are open.

 If the flags or open sign are out then someone is around.

We have phone numbers posted on the front door of people living in Forman that will come and open the doors.

Admission:

FREE will offering

If not open call:

These people live in Forman and can come down & open up the Museum:

Fritzen's: (H)701-724-3720

(Cell) 701-680-1633

Orville Nelson: 701-724-3676

or call the Manager

Pat Olofson( lives in Gwinner) 

701-678-6847

Membership at the Museum

 

Let us know that you would like to support us throughout the year with a membership.  We will need your: Name, Address, Phone Number, and Email Address for our records and what level membership you choose.  These memberships can be dropped off at the Museum or sent to Sargent County Museum, c/o Pat Olofson, 8034 Hwy 32, Gwinner, ND 58040.  Please make the checks out to the Sargent County Museum.  We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and contributions to the Sargent County Historical Society/Museum are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

PayPal coming soon( so you can donate on line)

Memberships are:

Helper Level$50 a year

Booster Level$100 a year

Supporter Level: $250 a year

We Can Do It Level: $500 a year

We’ve Got Your Back Level: $1000 a year

 These members  at the $500 level and above will be listed on a member board in the Museum office. All memberships will be listed on this page if you want it listed. If you do not want it listed we will just write "donor" and the amount given. Email address members will receive an email bi-monthly to let you know what is happening at the Museum along with information on upcoming events at the Museum.  Those who do not have an email will receive a letter in the mail once a year letting them know what has been going on in the past year.  Membership will keep us going for everyone to enjoy what we have here at the Sargent County Museum.

   We are not changing admission which will still be a FREE will offering.

 

You can also remember us in your will and give a percent to us or a lump sum donation.

Memberships Given:

Dec. 2016 - Booster Level- Lola & Eugene Lewandowski

Jan. 2017 - We've Got Your Back Level- Pat & Marvin Olofson- funds went to kitchenette area, new blinds, new extra work space & office paint 

July 2017- Helper Level- Bill Anderson

July 2017- Helper Level- Kathy Marquette,Rutland

Dec. 2017- We've Got Your Back Level- Steve & Janell McLaen - funds went to help with the gutters on the south side facing the parking lot

Helper Level-- Diane Wallin

We Can Do It Level- March 2018: Leo & Betty Rust

 

DONATIONS:

May 2017- Donations given for Smart TV's and their mountings:  Full Circle Ag, Doosan/Bobcat, Land O' Lakes,Inc. Foundation

July 2017- Donation of $1000 given by Wallwork Truck for BLD #2 dehumidifier

Ottertail- donation for general expenses - $1000.

May 2018-- $50 donation for gutters from Charles Anderson

May 2018-- $500 donation for gutters from Grotberg Electric, Inc

May 2018-- $50 donation for gutters Nick Storhaug, CPA 

June 2018- $100 donation for gutters from Forman Drug

June 2018- $100 donation for gutters from Lance Freier, Edward Jones

June 2018- $100 donation for gutters from Northern

Plains Ag

May 2018-$ 1250 donation for concrete work and outdoor work from Rutland Sportsmans Club

 

GRANTS:

North Dakota Community Foundation (2016)

New Heating in BLD #1

 

North Dakota Operation Intern Grant (2018)

1 to 1 match for a college intern and a high school intern(up to $3000)

 

 

 

Check out our event tab!  We have an Old Fashioned Handmade Craft Fair on Saturday, November, 17, 2018 from 10-3 in the Museum. Photos of some of the items coming are on that tab.