THRESHER SHOW, AUGUST 6, 1975 TRACTOR PULL WINNERS: Front row from left: Lloyd Pickering, Greensburg; Dean Welsch, Haviland; Mark Dirks, Greensburg; Randy Bundy, Lewis; Allen Binford, Haviland. Back row: Denny Ross, Haviland; Richard Koehn, Greensburg; H. B. Scott, Haviland; Allen Bevan, Haviland, Wes Pitman, Scott City.
About Us The purpose of the Haviland Heritage Foundation is to preserve the history and heritage of Haviland, Kansas and to share this legacy in tangible ways that will convey its distinct values and contribute to its corporate future.It will also establish and maintain a historical museum (located in Heart of America Science Resource Center in Haviland, Kansas).
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sheryl White, President Sheryl White, Vice President Glenn Leppert, Secretary Sharon Howard, Treasurer Lori Binford, Museum Director Marlene Lofgren Shari Elliot Pam Mayo Sandi Fruit Andy Kimble
Consultants Dolores Williams Peggy Frederick
The Haviland Heritage Foundation (HHF) was initially established in 2003 by a group of local citizens interested in preserving the history and heritage of Haviland, KS.
After a few years of limited activity, HHF began meeting again in 2015. Some of our initial activities have been reviewing by-laws and membership records, 2018 big kansas road trip- quilt display, antique thresher show and breakfast, publishing our annual newsletter, videos highlighting Haviland history, classic car show and planning for the annual community Play Day. We have opened a Haviland Heritage Museum that highlights historical displays form Business, schools and churches, This museum is located in the Heart of America Resource Center at 312 E. Hwy. 54 in Haviland (previously Clark’s Machine Shop).