Letters to the Editor

The Mid-America Windmill Museum is in need of windmill towers
and/or associated artifacts that can be restored and used to mount
historical windmills produced in America. The Mid-America Windmill
Museum and Historical Society Inc. is a non-profit corporation
dedicated to providing a museum to collect, display and preserve
the story of the use of wind power in America. Our website is:

In return for every windmill tower donation, the museum and
historical society is offering a $250 donation tax credit and four
free passes to the museum, which is located at 732 S. Allen Chapel
Road, Kendallville, Ind.

Mid-America Windmill Museum volunteers will dismantle and
transport a donated windmill tower to a location where it will be
restored and eventually become part of a historical display. Each
donor’s tower will be preserved with a commemorative plate.

To make a donation or for more information, contact me at (260)
347-9136 (work), (260) 347-1507 (home), or via e-mail.

Jerry Stienbarger
“Operation Windmill”
project coordinator

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