MHS 45th Annual General Meeting
Sunday November 20, 2 pm
Maryhill Community Centre
All members and non-members welcome to attend
Come to the AGM to hear some historical information of Waterloo Region presented by rich mills, who writes the featured column, “Flash from the Past” in the Kitchener Record. He will speak at 2pm followed by an intermission during which he enjoys meeting and speaking to individuals. He has a wealth of knowledge of Waterloo Region historical events.
Following the intermission with light snacks, the Annual Reports will be presented, ending with the election of the Board of Directors for 2023. The position of President is a 2‑yr term and is not elected this year. The Past President is an active Director. All other positions are open for nomination. Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and up to 9 Directors. The Bylaws allow up to 14 Board positions.
If you would like to consider joining the Board, please contact email@example.com To be nominated and elected , One must be a member in good standing. This requires a paid membership of $20 annually or $50 lifetime.
N.B. Only paid members may vote but others are welcome to attend.
Heritage Day 2022 was a wonderful day. Thank you to Members and Community Members for contributing with your support. A very huge thank you to the donors for your generosity. To view photos of the day, go to the Maryhill photo gallery. http://maryhillroots.com/home/photo-gallery
Heritage Day 2021
Old Walled Cemetery
Take a look at our Old Walled Cemetery page for a link to Ron Schmuck’s website. He has been doing restorations to many of the crosses. Ron has some wonderful pictures and information regarding St. Boniface Old Walled Cemetery.
Archives & Genealogy Information
We now have information available about Soufflenheim from which many of the families in our area hail, with thanks from Robert Wideen who has so kindly shared this with us. This website has a wealth of information and exquisite graphics. click any of the following links:
Soufflenheim Civil Birth Index: 1792–1862