Central Oklahoma Chapter


The purpose of the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia is to bring together people interested in the history of Germans from Russia. Through a better understanding of Germans from Russia, we will promote a better appreciation of their history and the preservation of their culture through their descendants.

  Chapter News:

The Central Oklahoma Chapter of AHSGR sponsors 2 scholarships annually of $1000 to children of Germans from Russia.  We sponsor two fundraisers for our Scholarship Fund; 1) sale of cookbooks (see link on left) and 2) an annual quilt raffle with tickets sold at all of our meetings during the year.  Our General Fund is supported by membership dues, donations, and the sale of the booklet, “The Other Germans: Settlements of Germans from Russia in Oklahoma and Texas” (see link on left).


Recent Events 

We have had a good Allstate convention with good participation of over 50 members and guests.  All enjoyed the cooking demonstrations and our speakers.  The food was great.  We hope to publish the video of the cooking demos on this site and on our Facebook site.  

Our Fall Harvestfest was also well attended, again with over 50 members and guests.  A great time was enjoyed by all.  The Kelln family recipe sausage prepared for us by Homeland groceries was a delight.

Upcoming Events

Annual Christmas Banquet noon December 9, at Our Lord's Lutheran Church, 2900 W. Hefner Road, Oklahoma City.  Entertainment TBA.  Election of officers for next year at the Christmas Banquet.

The board has elected to move from our traditional Pot-Luck to a soup, snacks and dessert format.

The Chapter will provide a selection of traditional Germans from Russia soups and ask members to

bring accompaniments and desserts.  See flyer below

  Chapter email address



Dr. Philip Bryan

 1st Vice President

LaDonna Hunt


Marsha Sauer


Terri Moorman

Standing Committes




Paulette Schroeder

Newsletter Editor

Terri Moorman




Harold Penner 



Web Admins & Technology

Terri Moorman


Howard Foote hfoote@cox.net

Genealogy Research

Anna Thompson