Site 1: National Flag Day Foundation | Americanism Center and Museum

Photographed April 26, 2015
Erected by National Flag Day Foundation
Waubeka, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
43.474847,-87.995537
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NATIONAL FLAG DAY FOUNDATION
Americanism Center and Museum
The former Grandview Elementary School, erected in 1957, was purchased by the Foundation from the Northern Ozaukee Unified School district [sic] on January 2, 1995.

The Americanism Center and Museum today serves as the headquarters of the National Flag Day Foundation. It houses the Avenue of Flags, three distinct museums including a military room, a commerce room and a community room. Each is filled with decades of local history and artifacts including family photos and writings of Dr. Bernard J. Cigrand, the father of our modern Flag Day.

The facility serves as home to many civic and community groups including the Waubeka 4-H, Fredonia Boy Scout Troop, Fredonia Lions Club, Warren Kane VFW Post #410 and the Community Senior Center.
The markers  is located at the entrance to the Americanism Center / The National Flag Day Foundation located at the north end of School Road, north of its intersection with River Road, at or near W4200 School Road, Waubeka (Fredonia), Wisconsin 53021.

The National Flag Day Foundation

National Flag Day Foundation: History

The small marker is located at the entrance to the Americanism Center.




A peek inside the entrance to the Americanism Center.

National Flag Day Foundation
☆ Americanism Center ☆


Follow the signs to the Flag Day Museum.


The marker is located at the Americanism Center in Waubeka, Wisconsin.

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