September 14 –
Attending were those that will graduate from KM in 2014 to Maxine Harris who graduated in 1932.
The previous Mantorville school and grounds have been purchased by Dodge County for their much needed expansion and parking. Dodge County will be able to remodel and reuse the newer sections of the buildings but not the 1921 part.
Owners Kent and Carole Keller hosted the public on Saturday, September 14, 2013, 3:00 – 6:00 PM, with a short program at 5:00 PM to The corner-stone and all the contents of the time capsule were gifted to the Dodge County Historical Society at the same time. Opening the capsule were John Olive and Kent Keller, with Mary Ann Bucher from the Historical Society. It was an exciting time for all. “Who knew what might be there” All of the artifacts were in good shape and included information regarding the cost, the contractors that worked on the building, a 1921 Yearbook, a booklet prepared by the Manual Arts department.
The Corner Stone and all of the contents have been moved to the Historical Society.
Anyone with artifacts and yearbooks to donate to the HS, contact them at email@example.com