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Last updated August 2, 2014  

                     

Welcome to Reeseville

AUGUST 2014

The Village of Reeseville Board Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month beginning at 7:00pm.  The first 15 minutes are for public in-put.  If you have something you would like on the agenda, please contact the Village Clerk @ 927-5785. All Village residents are encouraged to attend.  The Village Board minutes for the month are included in each Newsletter.  All Board minutes are not official until approved at the following months meeting.


VILLAGE OF REESEVILLE

LOCATION AND HOURS OF POLLING PLACE

At the Primary Election to be held on August 12, 2014 in the Village of Reeseville,
the following polling place location will be used.

Municipal Building            206 South Main Street

THE POLLING PLACE WILL OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M.

            If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk. 

Donald Gibson, 212 Pearl Street, Reeseville, WI    927-5785

            The polling place is accessible to elderly and disabled voters.

            Please note that this is a Partisan Primary.  At a partisan primary, you may only vote for candidates in one political party.  This has been the case since the early 1900’s.  You should choose one political party in which you will vote, and vote for individual candidates within that party.  Voting in more than one political party may void your voting choices.


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Large trash such as furniture, mattresses etc. may be put out to the curb for regular pickup ONLY on the 1st Friday of each month.  Brush & Yard Waste Pickup will continue on the First and Third Monday of each month.  All branches must be bundled for one person to pick up.   All grass and leaves must be bagged.

There is a large amount of wood mulch next to the Mini Park on Jackson St.  Please help yourself to as much as you need.


REESEVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT
57TH ANNUAL FREE CORN ROAST

 The Annual Reeseville Fire Department Free Corn Roast in the Fireman’s Park will be held August 9th.   The Food Stand, Beer Stand & Games for the Kids start at 2:00pm.  The Food Stand features Grilled Brats, Cheeseburgers, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Nachos, Cold Soda & Water.   The FREE Sweet Corn, cooked by a Steam Engine sponsored by Caine Warehousing, starts at 4:00pm.  Chicken Dinners are served from 4:00pm until gone.
Chicken Dinners are ½ or ¼ Baked Chicken, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Sweet Corn, Rolls, Coffee or Milk.
Eat inside the Air-conditioned Community Center or Carryouts are also available. Live Music by RABID AARDVARKS playing today’s Pop & Country Hits begins at 7:00pm. The band will also play after the Fireworks. Fireworks provided by Spectrum Pyrotechnics of Reeseville begin at approximately 10:00pm.  No cover charge.  No carry-ins allowed.

 


REESEVILLE FIRE DEPT.

       For all emergencies call 911
For non-emergencies call 927-5272

July Fire Calls;  NO REPORT AVAILABLE

July Raffle Winners; No report available


REESEVILLE SUMMER ART PROGRAM

 

August 1st 3D Fun   Scented Play Dough           Paper Sculptures               Toilet Paper Roll Sculptures

 August 8th – 2D Fun          Rubbings                       Crumbled Paper Art               Abstract Glue Art

August 15th -- Fun w/Food Fishing----- Cupcakes Acorn Cookies----- Mini Mason Jar Cupcakes

 



ALL YOU CAN EAT
FISH & CHICKEN  BUFFET

REESEVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER
( 406 North Main Street)

NO FISH FRY JULY OR AUGUST!
SEE
YOU ALL ON SEPTEMBER 12, 2014

 OUR CO-PARTNER WILL BE THE

REESEVILLE REC/BASEBALL KIDS

 THE COMMUNITY CENTER BOARD

ALONG WITH OUR CO-PARTNERS

THANK ALL WHO CONTINUE TO SUPPORT

THE FUNDRAISING EFFORTS FROM THESE

MONTHLY FISH FRYS.

LEROY MEATS/HORICON WILL AGAIN BE

SERVING US THEIR DELICIOUS FISH & CHICKEN.

HAVE A GREAT SUMMER AND SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER

**Reminder if you need a gift idea, consider giving a gift certificate for our Fish Fry Buffet.

You can get them from Denise Beal @ the Community Center or call Ruth Snow 920-927-3612


POST OFFICE NEWS

            Summer seems to be flying by.  We now have 2014 Federal Migratory Bird Stamps available.  They are $15.00 each.  It features a canvasback by artist Adam Grimm.

            For the month of September, we will have a pictorial cancellation available to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Reeseville Library.  On September 6th from 1:00-3:00PM, Mary will be at the Library’s open house to cancel any items with an unused postage stamp affixed you may want canceled.  There must be some postage on the item in order for us to apply the cancelation.  If you can’t make the open house the cancellation will be available the entire month, starting the 1st at the post office, just ask.

            Window hours;

            Monday – Friday   7:30am-10:30am

                                         12:30pm-3:30pm

            Saturday                 8:30am-10:15am

The lobby is open from 6:00am-6:00pm Mon thru Sat   Terri Wolff    Postmaster  &   Mary Kromm


 

“MARKET IN THE PARKING LOT”

            Members of Immanuel Lutheran Church, located at 210 Lincoln Avenue, in Reeseville, will be having their annual “Market In The Parking Lot” at the church on Saturday, August 23rd, from 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.  The event will feature a large rummage sale, clothing, toys, furniture, and more. 

            There will also be a bake sale, and, if available, home-grown garden produce as well.         Shoppers will also have the opportunity to enter their names for a door prize drawing.  Sandwiches and other refreshments will be served throughout the course of the event as well.

             “Early Bird Sales” will be held on Friday, August 22nd, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.  For more information, please call the church office at 927-5734. All proceeds will benefit the church.

   

THE GATHERING SOURCE FOOD PANTRY
AND RESOURCE CENTER

     Food Pantry hours – Tuesdays 10-noon and Thursdays 5-7 pm.  Open Door is on Wednesdays 9:30-noon and Saturdays 10-noon.  PLEASE STOP IN!  Healing Hearts (our biblically focused women’s group) is on Wednesdays at 4:30 pm. 

    Hard to believe the beginning of the school year is right around the corner!  The Gathering Source would like to be able to supply school supplies to our food pantry clients.  Please consider donating school supplies such as pencils, pocket folders (basic colors like black, red, yellow, green and blue), pink erasers, spiral notebooks (70 count and in basic colors), 24 count box of crayons, colored pencils, glue sticks, dry erase markers, wide ruled loose leaf paper, and colored pencils.  You can donate school supplies at The Gathering Source during Open Door or at Reeseville State Bank (there is a bin under our easel).

Box Tops and Labels for Education – We collect Box Tops 4 Education as well as Labels for Education in support of Dodgeland School.  You can drop these off at The Gathering Source, Village Pharmacy or Reeseville Library.  Watch for the fall bonus box tops offers!  Labels for Education can be found on all Campbell’s products.  Check out bonus offers, coupons, etc. at labelsforeducation.com or boxtops4education.com

We have a brand new commercial refrigerator and freezer donated by Second Harvest!  With this new refrigeration, we will be able to offer even more variety to our food pantry clients. 

Current pantry needs:  cream of mushroom soup, soup crackers, sloppy joe sauce, and hamburger helper.  We would like to be able to continue to offer ketchup, condiments, spices, and desserts (such as jello, pudding, cake or brownie mixes, etc.)  Or course, all food donations are welcome!

Wisconsin Family Ties will provide a workshop on Monday, August 25th at 10:00 am.  The topic will be Back to School Preparation for your youth.  Come and discuss strategies for organizational tools and school success.  ALL ARE WELCOME!

Produce Exchange – Yes, we are accepting fresh garden produce.  Anyone is welcome to bring in what they don’t need and/or take what they do need during Open Door on Wednesdays from 9:30 to noon and Saturdays 10-noon.  

Raffle Winners - Randy Soldner of Reeseville won the grand prize of a 50 inch Smart television.  Kathy Marcussen of Elkhorn won the Mark Keathley Print, and Virginia Beske of Beaver Dam won $100.00!

A big thank you to the National Wildlife Turkey Federation of Dodge County for their donation of the Mark Keathley print!


A member of the Sheriff's Department did the drawing.

Randy Soldner of Reeseville with Gathering Source coordinator Sharon Snow
after winning the 50" TV.

Laurel Lunde, Secretary/Treasurer
The Gathering Source
209 S Main St
Reeseville WI  53579
920-927-1702 Cell 414-870-4454

FOOD PANTRY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS OR MYTHS.

                When did The Gathering Source open?  The Gathering Source first opened its doors in June 2013.  It began as Mark of a Helping Hand Food Pantry and Gathering Place.  In August 2013, we achieved our tax deductible status.  We fed 34 people in June 2013.  In June 2014, we fed 200 people.  We are a publicly supported nonprofit organization with a 501 (c) 3 tax status.  All donations made to us are tax deductible and we can accept bequests. 
                 Is a food pantry only for unemployed people?  No.  Many people who use a food pantry are employed, but considered to be the “working poor.”  Studies reveal that in 2011, 59% of Dodge County residents earned less than 200% of the poverty threshold and considered “working poor.”  Almost 11% of Dodge County residents   
                Who can use The Gathering Source food pantry?  Anyone living in Reeseville, Clyman, Lowell, Juneau or in the Dodgeland School District.
What if someone comes in from a different area?  We will not turn away a hungry family.  We will serve them on their first visit and then refer them to the food pantry that serves their area for future visits.
What do you have to do to use the food pantry?  We ask our clients to bring proof of residency, such as a utility bill or other bill showing their address and identification.  A client is asked to certify their income is within income guidelines. 
How often can someone use the food pantry?  Our food pantry clients can use the pantry only once per month.  However, bread and bakery for food pantry clients is available on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10-11:30 am.
Can people use more than one food pantry?  Most of the pantries in Dodge County have a service area and will refer people in our service area to us.  However, there are one or two pantries that serve all of Dodge County.  Food pantry visits are limited to once a month and pantries do not provide a month’s worth of food. While a pantry provides as much variety of food as possible, we cannot meet 100% of the household’s need for food.  So, it does become necessary for a pantry client to seek other sources of food.
Where does all the food come from?  We are proud to be a partner of Second Harvest of Southern Wisconsin, located in Madison.  Through this partnership, we are able to purchase most of our food at a reduced cost and there are certain categories of food we receive at no cost.  The kinds of food available through Second Harvest are dependent on donations from food manufacturers, stores and farmers.  Through their fundraising, they are able to offer other foods to food pantries at a reduced cost. (secondharvestmadison.org)  We also receive gift cards for food purchases from Pick’n Save in Watertown.  In addition, we are happy to say our local stores work with us on food prices for items we cannot get through Second Harvest.  Lastly, our churches and community members have been wonderful in providing food meeting our “current pantry needs.
 “It sure seems like a lot of food is given away.  The amount of food a household gets depends on the number of people in the household. A household of one will receive less food than a household of six.  In addition, we are likely the major source of food for that household for a month! 

                How do you spend the money you get through donations?  We have to pay rent, utilities, and insurance to run our food pantry.  The remainder of our donations and funds goes toward the purchase of food for the food pantry.  Donations of used ink cartridges offset our costs for office supplies.  All the work done at The Gathering Source is done by volunteers, so we have no employee costs.    
 Do you receive any government funds?  No!  The Gathering Source is proud to be supported by local businesses, churches, organizations and members of the communities.  We also hold fundraisers during the year.  Check out our Website at thegatheringsource.org or check us out on Facebook for our events and news.
Do you provide any financial assistance?  No, we are unable to provide any type of financial assistance for rent, utilities, car repairs, etc.  However, we do use our Resource Center to assist an individual in seeking out such assistance from another agency.
“Those classes and things they do are just for the food pantry people.”  FALSE!  When we post flyers for such things as parenting workshops, Coffee with a Cop or WORKSMART (through Workforce Development), this is to invite the community to participate.  ALL ARE WELCOME!  Pantry Client only activities are not advertised.  We hope to expand opportunities for the communities in the future.  Please feel free to stop in during Open Door to check out The Gathering source and/or to give us your input or send us an email through Facebook or our Website.
 I often see a truck unloading food at The Gathering Source.  What is that all about?  We receive food deliveries on a regular basis from Second Harvest.  In addition, our volunteers pick up food donations on a regular basis. 
What kinds of foods do you need?  We always have a list of current pantry needs posted on our website and bulletin boards.  In addition, we send regular updates to our churches and local organizations who continue to support The Gathering Source. 
Can I donate the expired food in my pantry or cupboards?  We cannot distribute food that has been expired (best used by date) for more than a year and discourage donations of expired food.
I notice your bulletin boards in the front window.  Can I drop something off to be posted?  Our bulletin board space is limited.  Therefore, we limit our postings to our events and information as well as community services such as energy assistance, free Medicare workshops, Reeseville Library events, etc.  We are developing a community events and information page on our website.  You can drop off your event flyer at The Gathering Source and/or email any flyers and internet links to llunde56@gmail.com. 

                Where do I find more information about The Gathering Source and events?  Check out our Website at thegatheringsoure.org for up to date information on current pantry needs and/or events.  Volunteers are always needed!  We gladly accept food donations, monetary donations and gift certificates to local stores (such as Staples, Walmart, Pick’n Save, etc.)  For every dollar we receive, we can purchase five pounds of food through Second Harvest.


LOWELL-REESEVILLE
FIRST RESPONDERS NEWS

On behalf of the Lowell-Reeseville First Responders we would like to send our deepest gratitude to those who supported our 2nd Annual Lowell-Reeseville Community Day and helped make it a HUGE success.

As a volunteer medical unit we do our very best to bring the highest quality of care to our surrounding communities. Without your support this event would not have been possible.

A special thanks to:

The community members that showed their support by coming to our event

Reeseville-Lowell Parks & Recreation Director, Coaches & Umpires for putting together the baseball games against Farmington

Flight for Life, Waukesha division, for their continued support of our medical needs

Lowell Fire Department for their continued support

Reeseville Fire Department for their continued support

A-Ok Industries, Inc for their continued support

Caine Warehouing for their continued support

Caine Transfer for their continued support

Country Meat Cutters for their continued support

GJM Mini Storage for their continued support

Gibson Barber Shop for their continued support

Kar’s Auto Body for their continued support

Lauersdorf Excavating for their continued support

Marges Classic Cuts for their continued support

Midwest General Repair for their continued support

Milwaukee Stockyards for their continued support

Personality Plus for their continued support

Rehab for their continued support

Rennhack Construction Co. for their continued support

Sam’s Amoco for their continued support

State Bank of Reeseville for their continued support

Village Pharmacy for their continued support

Michael Couperus for his continued support

Tom & Sue Seeton for their continued support

Joe Arvizu, Jessica Kilmartin, and Elyse & Ian Rennhack for supervising the bounce equiptment

Craig & Cory for being our Grill Masters

Nicole Schimmel for her continued support

Mike & Ginny Appenfeldt for helping the Rec set up for the games

Sincerely,

The Lowell-Reeseville First Responders


            The STATE BANK OF REESEVILLE / WATERTOWN and its parent company RW BANCORP, LTD are pleased to announce the election of Mrs. Tanya M. Ewert to their Board of Directors and also appointment as Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President.  Tanya joined the State Bank team on Monday, June 23rd, 2014 and will maintain her presence in both the Reeseville & Watertown bank offices. 

            Tanya grew up on the family farm in the Watertown area and graduated from Hustisford High School.  She attended the University of Wisconsin Whitewater majoring in Finance.

Her banking career started at a Commercial Bank in Whitewater and recently joined State Bank from Hustisford State Bank where she served as the Chief Financial Officer.

            With her banking career spanning over 20 years she has spent all of her life in Dodge County.  Tanya’s banking experience includes a wide range of banking experience which includes Chief Financial Officer, Compliance Officer and Security Officer.

            Tanya enjoyed past volunteer efforts with different organizations and is looking forward to engaging the opportunities within the Reeseville and Watertown communities in which STATE BANK has served for over 112 years! She is a current member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Lebanon.  Her past travels include School Board Member and Church Council Member. She currently volunteers for many PTL activities at Lebanon Lutheran School.  She also spends much of her time volunteering for community events, 4-H and Church activities. 

            Tanya enjoys sports and coaching grade school volleyball and basketball teams.  She is married to Keith Ewert and they have three daughters, Courtney, Cassidy and Kelsey.

            Tanya has always enjoyed “Dairy Farming” and helping out at the farm she was “born and raised on” with her parents Randy and Karen Nehls of Watertown.   

            “All of us at STATE BANK are pleased to welcome Tanya to our Board of Directors and banking Team of professionals”, commented Jerry L. Adams, President & CEO.  Her experience and knowledge support the banks overall objectives towards growth and commitment to customer service by professionals as well friends.

            Tanya is pleased and excited to join the State Bank Team and is anxious to offer support to the citizens and friends to the bank.  We invite you to visit STATE BANK OF REESEVILLE / WATERTOWN Offices and greet Tanya!


ALL SCHOOL CLASS REUNION
1958-1970

Some of the committee members prepare the invitations for mailing to the Second All School Class Reunion...graduating classes 1958-1970.  It will be held at the Reeseville Community Center Sept. 13, 2014. We are hoping for another great turnout!!


SENIOR CITIZENS

The Senior Dining Program operates Monday through Friday with the exception of holidays.  The local Meal Center is located in the VFW Hall in Lowell.

Meal reservations must be made the day before you wish to attend.  They may be made by signing up at the center or by phoning the Human Services and Health Department at 920-386-3580 or 1-800-924-6407


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BREWERS BUS TRIP

Thirty people had a great time @ the Brewer win on July 23 when they went on the Chamber bus from Reeseville.


Lowell VFW Post 9392

            The Lowell VFW Post 9392 meets at 7:30 pm on the 4th Thursday of the month at the VFW Memorial Hall,
300 South Street, Lowell.

The Lowell VFW Sweethearts meet at the same time.

Call Chet Caine at 920-927-3838 for more information.


2014 Dodge County Fair

August 13 - 17 

Entertaining over 52,000 fans a year.

 

Starts:  August 13  Ends:  August 17

Family Fun on the Midway at Dodge County Fair

August 13 Wristband Day on the Midway 3pm- 9pm

August 13 Fairest of the Fair Finals 5pm-6pm

August 13 Kip Moore

August 14 Meat Animal Auction 7:00pm

August 14 Easton Corbin

August 15 Cheap Trick

August 16 Cassadee Pope

August 17 Four Wheel Drive Truck Pull at 9amDemo Derbies at 1pm and 6pm


117th DODGE COUNTY FIREFIGHTERS TOURNAMENT
AT IRON RIDGE

August 1st Fish Fry 4:30 – 8:30 and

Dodge County Fire Queen Contest 7:00

August 2nd Waterball Tournament and Bean Bag Tournament 2:00

Chelli Bri Band 8:00 to 12:00

August 3rd Parade 10:00am

Ham & Turkey Dinner after the Parade

Waterfights at 1:00


 


216 South Main St
920-927-7390
www.reeseville.lib.wi.us
August 2014

SUMMER READING PROGRAM

We are having a explosive summer highlighting the fascinating world of Pyrotechnics as we…

FIZZ BOOM READ

Boom Town winner, Diana Casperson!

 

Thank Yous to Our Generous Donors:

Summer Reading Programs are never possible without the support of the community. We can’t say thank you often enough to those organizations and individuals who contribute so much to provide this opportunity for the kids.

Sam’s BP       Milwaukee Stockyards

Pizza Hut       Karl’s Carpentry, LLC

Reeseville Village Pharmacy

Judy Vana, Discovery Toys

Park Avenue McDonald’s, Beaver Dam

MidWisconsin Federated Library System

Jerry Adams, State Bank of Reeseville

Paul Scharfman & Ken Leistico, Specialty Cheese

 Come and Celebrate These Kids!

Join us on Friday, Aug. 1, 8PM at the Village Hall and Community Garden to congratulate these youth for another wonderful summer of reading. The kids who have completed their reading goals will receive their end of program prizes. There will also be special theme related treats. The time is much later this year because we will be having a firework display at dusk to celebrate these FIZZ BOOM READERS!

Teen Mess-O-Rama:

Another great teen event involving lots of water – a fun way to spend a hot summer afternoon.

Water Balloon Volleyball was just one of the activities among others such as Shaving Cream Twister and “Snowball” Fight in July

AUGUST HAPPENINGS AT THE LIBRARY

 Book Breakfast at the Library:

Saturday, Aug. 16, 8:30 AM. Enjoy a tasty Continental Breakfast (provided) & share about the books you are reading.

Crafting with Miss Jess:

This group of Jr & Sr High students will have a brainstorming meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 4PM at the Library. Make a simple craft and then choose crafts for the upcoming months. There will be sample ideas and we ask that you bring your suggestions too, either pictures or actual craft items. Be in on the planning for your group!

Great Popcorn Read In:

Tuesday, Aug. 26, 7PM on the Library lawn. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and a good book (or check one out when you come). Popcorn, lemonade and bug repellent provided.

Labor Day Closing:

The Library will be closed on Friday, Saturday & Monday, Aug. 29th & 30th and Sept. 1st in commemoration of the Labor Day Holiday.

STOP IN AND CHECK OUT

WHAT’S NEW AT YOUR LIBRARY!


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The Dodge County Chapter of the
National Wild Turkey Federation will be holding a Wheelin’ Sportsmen’s Benefit

 

WHEN:       WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2014

WHERE:    JUNEAU COMMUNITY CENTER

TIME:         DOORS OPEN AT 5:30PM

WHAT IS IT? :  This Benefit is to raise money and awareness of the Wheelin’ Sportsmen Division of the NWTF.  We help disabled hunters participate in hunting Wild Turkeys, Deer, Geese, and Ducks etc. Hunts are set up with another person to assist them in their hunt with handicapped accessible blinds or whatever is necessary to enable them to hunt. 

 

We will have Gun Raffles, Hunting Collectables, a Live Auction with many items only available at an NWTF Banquet and a Silent Auction.

 

Also a fabulous FAMILY STYLE MEAL!!!!!

 

COST: 

SINGLE TICKET                          $25.00

COUPLES TICKET                      $45.00

JAKES TICKET (17yrs & under)        $20.00

TABLE OF 8 SPECIAL                $160.00

What a great way to spend an evening, get a great meal at a very reasonable price and support a very worthy cause!!

Tickets must be purchased by August 9, 2014

For more information and to purchase tickets, contact Dean or Noreane Ziegel at 920-927-5477 or email nziegel@charter.net  


LOWELL SPORTSMAN'S CLUB

Bar is open on nights we shoot...

Summer/Fall schedule:

August 1st     Awards & Fun Night 6:30-?

August 5th   Last night & Awards for Hunt & Cover League

August 23rd:   4th Annual Chicken Dinner& Merchandise Shoot - 10am

September 4th:   Fall Traveling League night.6 pm

October 2nd:   Fall Traveling League night.6 pm

Whenever we are shooting, the bar is open, bring your lawn chair and come watch!

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HUNTING NEWS

                Crossbow use will be legal for deer hunting in 2014 - learn the new rules and make sure you’re ready for crossbow season!
New in 2014, Wisconsin will offer a crossbow deer hunting season that will run concurrently with the regular archery season. Special rules may apply regarding the license type necessary to use a crossbow and seasons that permit crossbow hunting.        Be sure to get your crossbow-related questions answered by DNR staff. Please visit dnr.wi.gov for more information on crossbow hunting and other rule changes for 2014. Search keyword “deer,” and take a look at the rule changes FAQ document.



WOULD YOU USE A $15 COUPON
EACH MONTH

FoodShare gives you monthly deposits to put toward food purchases, freeing up money for bills, medications and other necessities. You or someone you care about may be eligible.
$15.00 off or more
Groceries each month!

Eligibility is based on income and certain expenses (not assets), so you can own a home and car and even have a savings account.

Most people receiving Social Security are eligible—even if they have a small pension.

Claiming FoodShare helps your community. The USDA estimates that for every $5 spent in FoodShare benefits, about $9 circulates through local businesses and to our farmers.

You receiving benefits does not take away from others. Everyone who is eligible and applies will get benefits.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE
FOODSHARE HELPLINE:
Toll-Free (855) 366-363
The FoodShare Helpline is a service of
Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin


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CHURCH NEWS

IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Donald Steinberg  
920-927-5734
210 Lincoln Ave
E-mail address immanuellc@tds.net
Worship Schedule
Sunday Morning at 9:00am

Sunday School classes resume on Sunday, September 7th at 10:20 a.m. in our Fellowship Hall.  Classes are available for young people age 4 through 8TH grade.  Enrollment begins this month.  To receive an enrollment form, or for any information about our Sunday School ministry, or any of our other programs, please stop by the church office or call.

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UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
Pastor Lois Rosko     920-344-7845
E-mail address larosko@hotmail.com
Worship Schedule:
Sunday Service at 10:00am
Sunday School a 9:00am
Communion held on the 1st Sunday
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TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Matthew Martin   920-927-5762
www.trinityreeseville.org
Worship Schedule;
Sunday Services 9:00am
Holy Communion served on the 1st & 3rd Sunday


SHARED COVENANT MINISTRIES:

Lowell, Juneau and Horicon United Methodist Church
Rev. Allie Scott, 920-296-8436
225 Cross St., Lowell
Email: scmofwi@gmail.com
Website: http://www.scmofwi.org
Sunday Worship at 10:30am Sunday School 9:30 am

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CATHOLIC TRI PARISHES OF
SW DODGE COUNTY

Pastor Richard Wendell
Office: 927-3102   Fax: 927-1970
E-mail address triparish@charter.net
Website: www.triparishwi.com

Summer Schedule

Saturday 5 pm  -    Holy Family Church,  Reeseville
Sunday 8 am    -   St. Columbkille Church, Elba
Sunday 10 am  -   St. John the Baptist Church, Clyman
There will not be a 5 pm youth mass over the summer (May through August).

Our weekday masses will remain the same:
Tuesday 6:30 pm St. John the Baptist Church, Clyman
Wednesday 5:30 pm - Holy Family Church, Reeseville
Thursday 7 pm    -     St. Columbkille Church, Elba
First Friday 8 am    -   Holy Family Church, Reeseville
First Saturday 8 am -  Holy Family Church, Reeseville

Mass schedule will change in September

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“THE REFUGE”

Pentecostal Bible Study & Sunday Service
Isa 3:10 Say ye to the righteous, it shall be well.
214 S. Main Street, Reeseville
2nd Kings 10:16 Come and see our zeal for the Lord.
Sunday Service @ 10:30AM
Bible Study @ 6:30PM Tuesday
Chris and Cherie Behymer 927-6056
E-mail: behymer6@charter.net
or Sharon Snow at 210-3329
www.facebook.com/TheReesevilleRefuge
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SALEM EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH

Pastor Vander Galien 920-927-5353
E-mail address pvgvandy@aim.com
Worship services;
Summer Hours thru Labor Day
Sunday Service 9:00am
Thursday evening worship 7:00pm.

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FIRST UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST LOWELL
Interim Pastor Rev. Catherine Carlson 
(920)210-9276  cacpaws@hotmail.com
Sunday service at 8:00 a.m.
Sunday school held during service
Communion held first Sunday of every month

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FROM THE EDITOR
ALL NEWS MUST REACH ME BY THE 25TH OF THE MONTH.

I can’t promise to get your news or articles in the paper if I don’t get it on time. We print 600 copies each month.  This does take time to put together and print so it gets out by the 1st of the month.


To put an ad in the newsletter Contact me at
920-927-5477 or e-mail at nziegel@charter.net
Minimum of 3 Lines for $5.00.  
The cost goes up accordingly as you add additional lines.
I include all ads on the website www.reeseville.com
at no additional charge. 

As always, Charitable organizations are publicized free. 

It isn’t necessary to wait until the last minute to get your news to me. 
I will save it and put it in at the appropriate time.