William Taylor Moyer, Jr.
Name: William Taylor Moyer, Jr.
Major: AYA (Social Studies)
Anticipated Graduation Date/Graduation Date: 2014
Involvement in Organizations:
- Napoleon High School
- Assistant to the band director
- Drum line instructor
- Director of theatre (spring and fall musical)
- Maumee Valley Civic Theatre; Director (Oklahoma- July 2013)
- 1801 Productions theatre company (specializing in original historical dramas); Owner
- Eastern Woodland Native American re-enactments; Participant
- Fort Meigs State Memorial Park in Perrysburg; Volunteer
- Henry County Historical Society
- Part-time curator
- Tour Guide
- Member, Board of Trustees
- Junior Historian Program, Henry County Historical Society; Manager
Activities, Honors, Awards:
- Wrote “A House Divided”, a historical musical tribute to the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War. Show will return to the stage this December as a dinner theatre in Archbold, Ohio.
- Fort Meigs State Memorial Park; Guest Lecturer - Native American history in Ohio
- McClure Historical Society; Guest Speaker
- Henry County Historical Society; historical article writer - newsletter
William writes, “Through studying history I see where people leave their mark and that what we do today really does matter. We are all connected, even if we don’t want to be. Our actions, thoughts, and ideas directly affect the world around us. I want to leave a mark somewhere in the world and certainly don’t want that mark washed away like sand on a beach. Make it count, that’s my motto.“