Are you a Mayflower passenger descendant? If so, join us in celebrating the voyage of the Mayflower in 1620 as we celebrate the 400th anniversary.

Along with the Cascade Colony in Medford, we operate under the auspices of the Oregon State Mayflower Society with whom we meet twice a year — in November and May — for a luncheon and business meeting.

The Mt. Hood Mayflower Colony was founded in March 2005 by a group of Oregon Mayflower Society members who desired a meeting location in northern Oregon. The name Mt. Hood was chosen to reflect the central geographical region our colony serves: from southern Washington to central Oregon, most of which affords a view of our prominent nearby mountain.

Mt. Hood Colony members gather for a luncheon meeting and program at lease two times a year, spring, and fall. Please contact us if you would like to attend. Prospective members, spouses and guests are welcome.

Mt. Hood Colony Coming Events

The next Mt. Hood Colony meeting is at noon March 28, 2020 at Hayden’s Lakefront Grill 8187 Tualatin-Sherwood Road, Tualatin, OR 97062. Our program on March 28, will be FBI Supervisory Special Agent Denise Biehn, who will be discussing the FBI ‘s CARD team. (Child Abduction Rapid Deployment). This is an FBI special team that most people do not know exists but is involved in child abductions. 

Mt. Hood Colony Officers:

Lt. Governor:                     Mimi Blehn

Deputy Lt. Governor:         David Wiszneauckas

Secretary:                          Joni Walker

Treasurer:                         Debbie Ketchum

Historian:                           Sue Glen

Captain:                             Bud Hagan

Elder:                                Lois Streimerg


For questions or further Mt. Hood Colony information contact Deputy Lt. Governor David Wiszneauckas using the form below: