The Hauge Log Church


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Your help is needed...

Hauge Roof Work
Necessary maintenance projects such as foundation repairs require substantial resources

Since it's incorporation in 1966 the non-profit 1852 Hauge Log Church Preservation Association, Inc. has been charged with the responsibility of caring for the Hauge Log Church and it's adjacent cemetery grounds. Our work is funded solely through donations and membership dues. Many of our nearby members have also volunteered generous portions of their time to make sure small maintenance projects get taken care of before they become big ones. As the Hauge Log Church passes it's 160th birthday please consider how you can help this special place live on for the enjoyment of future generations:

•  Become a member of the 1852 Hauge Preservation Association. Annual dues remain at $20 for an Individual or $40 for a Family membership, which includes up to two adults and two children. All membership dues are used to fund ongoing maintenance of the church building and grounds. A membership form which can be printed and mailed is available HERE. All members are also invited to attend our annual membership meeting which is held each year on the third Saturday of March.

•  Contribute to the Hauge Endowment Fund. The Endowment Fund has been established to provide a "nest egg" for longer-term needs, such as major repairs.

•  If you have an upcoming family event such as a wedding, baptism, or reunion consider holding it on the Hauge Church grounds. The Hauge Preservation Association asks for a tax-deductible donation of $75 per day for use of the site, all of which is used towards ongoing maintenance of the church building and surrounding cemetery. For more information please see our Special Events Policy.

•  Financial contributions are always gladly welcomed and may be made by mailing your check to the 1852 Hauge Preservation Association at Post Office Box 34, Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, 53517.

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Each year in the Spring volunteers work to get the church building and grounds ready for a busy season of visitors