German-American Social Club
Meetings are held at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 2389 West Norvell Bryant highway (CR 486), Lecanto, FL 34461
every second Monday of the month, at 7pm.
Eva & Marty Grum
German immigrants to the United States and their progeny have contributed more to the settling, securing, building, educating, advancing and defending of America than any other ethnic group. To adequately recognize the tremendous impact of German immigrants and to draw attention to the achievements of outstanding German-Americans, one by one some prominent Americans with German ancestry have established the German-American Hall of Fame. http://www.gamhof.org
Web-sites that may be useful:
The German Consulate General in Miami, FL
United German American Society of Florida, Inc.
Your Home Newspaper from Germany
German TV Stations
Folksmusic from Germany
German news in English
German American Hall of Fame
Trachten and European Imports
Alpenland - www.alpenland.us
German Consulate General WDC
Germans traveling to U.S.
Visa waiver program
A book worth reading:
"The first Germans in America" by Gary Grassl.
The book is available from Global Printing, 3670 Wheeler Ave., Alexandria, VA 22304. Phone 703.751.3611. Price $19.70, including shipping and handling.
Also worth checking out are books by Don Heinrich Tolzmann.
Oktoberfest & European Style Clothing
Bobbie Floerchinger 727..546.6651
German music an TV
Spring Hill German American Club
Schöne Musik von Bayern !! Really
Siegrun (Sigi) Strak
Budget and Finance
Activities / Entert.
Frank & Sonja Burghardt
Norbert Galle & Gerhard Lorenz
Audio / Video
& Christine Emmerich
Webmaster: Hans Kott Tel: 653.614.8209
For Membership application.
Application can be printed / saved from your browser to your desktop.
Link to German American Cultural Heritage