Appleton Post-Crescent: Your Fox Cities News Source - Dutch consulate recognizes Little Chute's windmill project
Appleton Dutch consulate recognizes Little Chute's windmill project: "Dutch consulate recognizes Little Chute's windmill project The Post-Crescent LITTLE CHUTE — The Dutch consulate in Chicago recognized the village's windmill project Wednesday, as part of Dutch-American Heritage Day festivities. Little Chute Windmill Inc. Executive Director Robin Dekker said Dutch Consulate General Dirk Willem Schiff's recognition of the project's importance for underlining the village's Dutch roots. The organization has a $2.3 million goal to build a working 100-foot high Dutch windmill in downtown Little Chute. Since 2003, an estimated $1.5 million has been raised. "
Little Chute, a village where many have Dutch roots, embarked on an ambitious project: The building of a 100 feet high, fully functioning, Dutch windmill, "as a monument of Dutch- American heritage and of friendship between the countries of the Netherlands and the United States". Read more on the Little Chute Windmill website.
I'm not sure what this recognition means. The website of the Dutch consulate in Chicago does not mention anything about the project (yet?).