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UNITY MENNONITE SCHOOL
The history of the Unity Mennonite School is rather new. It was built in the summer of 1970. The first day of school was September 7, 1970. There were 9 pupils the first year. There are now 11 enrolled for this fall.
It is located on the northeast corner of the old Miller farm, 4 miles west of Unity and 1/2 mi. S. of Co. Trunk "K".
It is also used as a church house by a number of families living in this community. These families came from Pennsylvania and other parts of Wisconsin. (Written by Mrs. Thomas Clugston).
----Source: Unity Township Centennial Newspaper, 1974
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