"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
For over 20 years, the Logemann Community Center has been a not-for-profit organization which depends heavily on the support and generosity of our donors. Many in the community have walked through our doors and benefited from our services, have taken a class, fulfilled a service learning requirement, or gotten involved in some way. We're glad that so many of you have benefited from the Logemann Community Center, and would appreciate your continued support.
When you make a tax-deductible donation to our organization, you can be assured that it will be used to benefit the community, either by enhancing our programs, freeing up space for rentals, or by enabling us to offer classes and activities that enrich the lives of those who come here.
But giving a monetary donation is only one of the ways you can help support the Logemann Community Center. When you volunteer, support a class or attend an event, you support our center and give purpose to our organization.
Thank you for supporting the Logemann Community Center.
The Logemann Board and Staff
For reasons to support the Logemann Center, read these testimonials from Mequon residents, and see the value of our service to the community:
"Historic School Day is a worthwhile educational experience for local children to learn about history. It brings history alive."
Donges Bay 4th Grade Teacher
"Logemann is like a second home to me. It’s where I can be myself and have fun with great people."
Julia Kats, HHS Senior and BLT squad member
"As a Fitness Firm aerobic dance instructor for 14 years, I can truly say that my experience at Logemann Center has been a rewarding relationship with the wonderful staff and great facility."
Connie Cibik, Fitness Firm Instructor
"For the past three years, my family has rented Logemann for our Family Christmas Party. Being able to create our own space, use the piano, and bring our traditional food makes it seem like home away from home."
Sue Boos, Mequon resident