Oregon Frozen Yogurt and the Oregon Area Historical Society Recruit Secret Agents

This post was contributed by Oregon Frozen Yogurt.

Oregon, WI ​(February 27, 2017) — Oregon Frozen Yogurt (OFroYo) and the Oregon Area Historical Society (OAHS) are recruiting area kids to become secret agents. Beginning early February, kids age 16 and younger are invited to visit OFroYo, located at 856 Janesville Street in Oregon, WI.

OFroyo co-owner Randy Joswig, a longtime resident of Oregon, is passionate about the local community. “We wanted to do this because we think the Oregon Area Historical Society is a hidden gem in this town and we want kids to learn more about the place they live through discovering the history of Oregon,” Joswig said.

Kids that choose to participate in the program receive a packet containing a coded mission and the necessary decoder tools to help decipher their mission at OFroyo – Secret Agent Headquarters. To complete their mission, recruits will rendezvous at OAHS and obtain all necessary information and verification stamp from an OAHS agent. Upon successful completion, recruits must return mission documents to OFroYo.

The newly certified agents will be added to the secret agent board and rewarded with one free cup of a frozen treat. Agents can execute one mission per month, through May 31, 2017.

Stop by OFroYo or check out OFroYo.com for more details.

About OFroYo (Oregon Frozen Yogurt)

OFroYo opened June 2014 as the place where Oregon and its surrounding communities can take a “Happy Break.” Supporting local schools, youth athletics, and arts, is at the heart of OFroYo’s mission and all that they do.

OFroYo is open Monday thru Friday 3pm to 9pm, Saturdays 11am to 9pm, and Sundays noon to 9pm. For more information visit http://www.ofroyo.com.

About the Oregon Area Historical Society

The Oregon Area Historical Society, chartered in 1987, was the inspiration of Eeda Lumley and a group of local residents who shared an interest in preserving and sharing the history of Oregon and the surrounding area. Establishing and housing a museum was a goal of the charter members. When the Oregon Lumber Company building on West Lincoln Street became available, it was purchased and donated by Florice Paulson in memory of her parents and grandparents. Dedication of the museum was held on May 18, 1991—the year of Oregon’s sesquicentennial. The museum opened in October 1992.

OAHS is located at 159 W. Lincoln Street in Oregon and open every first Saturday of the month and every Tuesday from 10am to 4pm during the winter/spring months. For more information, visit http://oregonareahistoricalsociety.org/