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Last updated February 2, 2016  

                     

Welcome to Reeseville

FEBRUARY 2016

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.


 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Large trash may be put out to the curb for regular pickup ONLY on the 1st Friday of each month.  Trash Pickup is on Saturday following a Holiday.

 WOOD CHIPS

Wood chips are still available to any residents in the surrounding area.  They make great mulch for your plants and gardens. Please help yourself.

SNOW REMOVAL   Yes it’s that time of year again. If it becomes necessary to remove snow in the downtown area, all efforts will be made to notify people to remove their vehicles.

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NO PARKING REGULATIONS


Winter Parking Regulations are in effect from November 15th  until April 1, 2016. Fines of $25.00 per violation will be levied

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EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSINGS

School Closings will be announced on all local
Radio and Television Stations.

WBEV AM   WXRO FM   WMDC FM   WTMJ AM       WISC TV-3      WITI TV-6  
WISN TV-12   WTMJ TV-4


 

REESEVILLE FIRE DEPT.

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

Fire calls: 1-2   CO2    1- 8 Smell of gas 1-10  Smell of gas

 

Raffle winners: Tenley Patterson, Brynnley Kutz , Cameron Miescher& Gary Storm 
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DODGE COUNTY CHAPTER NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION NEWS

 

Our NWTF Banquet will be held at the Reeseville Community Center on February 13, 2016. The doors open at 5:00, Bar is open at 4:00 & Dinner is at 7:00. 
No Tickets are sold at the door. They must be purchased in advance.

            Dinner is served Buffet Style catered by Edith’s Cakes and Catering in Beaver Dam. Dinner is Tenderloin Steak, Chicken Cordon Bleu, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Vegetables, Salads and Desserts.

Cost is $65.00 per person or $110.00 for a couple.

            We have a Live Auction, Silent Auction and many, many Raffles with at least 20 Guns.   

            You do not need to be a hunter as we have something for everyone. Please feel free to call if you have any questions

            If you are not on our mailing list and would be interested in attending or would just like more information, please contact Dean or Noreane Ziegel at 920-927-5477 or email nziegel@charter.net  

 


 

 

 

 

 

REESEVILLE – LOWELL LIONESS

SOUP AND SANDWICH SUPPER

THURSDAY MARCH 3, 2016

VFW HALL, 280 SOUTH ST, LOWELL, WI

5:00PM TO 7:00PM


MENU:
                                               SANDWICHES:            

CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP                     HAM

BEEF VEGETABLE SOUP                  BARBEQUE

CAULIFLOWER SOUP

CRACKERS, BARS COOKIES, COFFEE & MILK

CARRYOUTS ALSO AVAILABLE

 

PRICE ADULTS   $6.00
KIDS 6-12   $300
5 AND UNDER FREE


RAFFLE PRIZES ALSO AVAILABLE
TICKETS $1.00 EACH OR 6 FOR $5.00
DRAWING AT 7:00PM



 

 

REESEVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER
FISH FRY NEWS

           

 

The January Fish Fry served 159 people along with the Lakeside 4-H Club.

            The winner of the Free Fish Fry Drawing for March is Sandy Salmi

            Thanks to all who braved the fog at the last Fish Fry and hope to see you in March?

            We will not be holding a Fish Fry in February. We will hold one again in March.

 

 

NEXT FISH FRY

March ll, 2016

Co-Partner: Dodgeland Dance/Cheer Group

Bake Sales/Raffles

Fish 2 pc - $10.00

Fish 3pc - $11.00

(Cod, Deep Fried or Baked)

Chicken Tenders 3pc - $8.00

Catered by: Reeseville Community Center

Carryouts available

 

 


LAKESIDE 4-H NEWS
THANK YOU!
Thank you to CJ Haase Vet Clinic for allowing Lakeside 4-H to observe & help with the yearly rabies vaccinations on Jan 16th. We appreciate you!



No Sew Blankets
At our last meeting the Club members were able to make 11 no sew blankets which will be donated to the children’s wing at local hospitals.

THANK YOU to our GENEROUS Donators toward our raffle:
Waino Salmi, Helen Key, John & Tanya Demetropoulas, Cut and Curl, Subway in Waterloo, Precise Auto Care, Facilitated Healing, K & B Auto, Sudia Seven Tan (Kelly Sullivan), Last Beauty, Piggly Wiggly – Waterloo, The Health Nut, Discovery Toys and Tapestry Massage Therapy (Judy Vana), Tribeca, Skate Express, Nape, Sunview Restaurant, Finkler Family, Carmen Hinrichs, Do It Best, Grooming by Laurie, Tractor Supply – Watertown, Carol Zahn, Voigt Feed, Hardee’s – Watertown, O’Reilys, Van Holtens, Hartwigs, Alpine Tents, Soular Pizza, Deppe Awards, Mc Kay Nursery, Summit Credit Union, Kohn Family, Bob & Dani Fandry, Ed Kohls, Rachel, Auto Zone, 7-Up – Watertown, Kwik Trip – Waterloo, Michels Materials, Betty & Rodger Statz.

We also thank everyone that came to support Lakeside 4H at the Fish Fry on Friday, January 8th! We appreciate you!

CONGRATULATIONS to all of the winners at the Lakeside 4-H Fish Fry Raffle
Beef Show Stick – Brooke Benninger
Movie basket, cat food, – Helene Kohn
Dr. Pepper Shirt & cup – Chris Kohn
Pickle Basket, dog food, Tapestry Massage Therapy massage skating passes & 3 cups – Tim Yelk
Cut & Curl, K& B Oil – Debbie Yelk
Voodoo Rose – Dick Yelk
Dr. Pepper Jersey & cup, The Courier – Waino Salmi
Napa Hat, tools, Cut & Curl – Eric Salmi
Dr. Pepper T-shirt & hat, blanket, Ice Cream Maker, purse – Steve Salmi
Woofer tube – Dyllon Salmi
Napa Hat, Hatwigs, Loon – Casey Salmi
31 bag – Courtni Salmi
Auto Zone bucket, torch – Jodi Joas
Snow basket – Alix McCarthy
Sausage/cheese basket, tanning gift certificate – Rachel Weiland
Two scarves, Kwik Trip, Tribeca, Discovery Toys certificate, Lasting Beauty, – Tanya Demetropoulas
Facilitated Healing, Tribeca & Health Nut gift certificates, Dr. Pepper shirt, cup, scarf, Michels Material - gravel – Vicki Cichaofsky
Chicks & bee lawn sticks, shirt, sweatshirt & 2 cups – Devin Schumann
Two 31 bags, dish, Bags game, white Waterloo shirt/cup, dog grooming – Christenson’s
Two roses by McKay - Joy Sellnow
Scarf, Tribeca, T-shirt, cup - Donna Kasten
USB Table Charger, Bucket to wash car – Kent Jacobs
Sausage & cheese , Kitchen basket – Betty Statz
Barn ornament, Kwik Trip, Kitchen basket, Dr. Pepper T-shirt, 4 cups, Skating passes – Melissa D.
Finch Napkin holder – Alexander D.
Snow Basket, candle – Ruth Snow
31 bag with cup – Pam Kohls
Party lite candles, 31 bag – Juanita
K & B Oil – Vana’s
Scarf, Precise Auto Care, Tribeca – Brittney Rennhack
Hat & T-shirt – Molly Finkler
31 bag – Helen Key
Rose by McKay – Rich Pochowski
Rose by McKay – Herb Kreuzinger
Subway & cup – Joan Dykstra
Subway & cups, 31 bag – Sandy Schmitt

Winner of 50/50 Raffle: Dakota Rivera

Easter Egg Hunt
Hopping your way soon….Keep an eye out for the Easter Bunny! Save the date for the Easter Egg Hunt at the Fireman’s Park on March 26th. More details to follow.

Next Meeting for 4-H Members
Please meet at Skate Express on February 7th at 1pm for our annual Valentine’s Day outing. There will be a short meeting at the Municipal Building following skating.

Learn more about 4-H. It is MORE than just animals! Explore projects in lego scenes, rocket building, song writing, clowning and many more! Please call Sandy & Eric Salmi at 920-988-1817 for more information about Lakeside 4-H.

From your reporter: Solomon Vana


 

REESEVILLE-LOWELL LIONESS
NUT & CANDY SALE

NAME: __________________________________
SELLER’S NAME: _________________________
PHONE: __________________________________

PAYMENTS DUE WITH YOUR ORDER
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
RLL CLUB

Money and Orders due by Feb. 28th
You may order from any Lioness or call Sally at
920-927-3343
1 POUND BAGS QTY PRICE AMT
Cashews (giant-salted ____ $9.50 _____
Peanuts (Honey Roasted _____ $5.00 _____
Mixed Nuts (No Peanuts _____ $9.00 _____
Pecans (Halves) _____ $8.50 _____
Almonds (Roasted) _____ $8.00 _____
Walnuts _____ $8.00 _____
Pistachio _____ $8.50 _____
Choc. Coated Raisins _____ $5.50 _____
Milk Choc. Bridge Mix _____ $6.50 _____
Dk. Choc. Bridge Mix _____ $6.50 _____
Choc. Coated Peanuts _____ $5.50 _____
DK Choc. Cranberries _____ $6.50 _____
Yogurt Raisins _____ $5.00 _____
Praline Pecans _____ $8.50 _____
Sweet & Salty Tr. Mix _____ $6.00 _____
Almond Cranberry Granola_____$6.00 _____
Harvest Medley Mix _____ $9.00 _____
Total Amount Due: $________¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬___
DELIVERY DATE THE WEEK OF Mar. 16th

The Lioness meet the 3rd Monday of each month at 3:00pm in the home of Sally Miescher, 215 N. Main St.


Food Pantry & Resource Center, 209 S Main St, Reeseville

 

SAVE THE DATE – Friday, April 15th - Kickoff for a New Source at the Juneau Community Center.  Doors open at 5 and dinner by Chef Chanse will be at 6:30.  Tickets will go on sale soon.  Watch our Facebook Page and/or sign up for our news feed at thegatheringsource.org.

FOODSHARE OUTREACH CONTINUES AT THE GATHERING SOURCE – A FoodShare Outreach Specialist will be at The Gathering Source on Thursday, February 18th from 5-7 pm.  This is a great time to renew eligibility, apply for benefits, or just get your questions answered.  Call ahead at 800-877-3635 to see if you qualify.

WISCONSIN FAMILY TIES BRINGS A SUPPORT GROUP TO THE GATHERING SOURCE – Wisconsin Family Ties hosts a monthly support group at The Gathering Source.  The next date is Thursday, February 25th at 10 AM.  If you are a parent of a child with mental health issues, behavioral issues, or drug or alcohol addiction, or just want to find out about Wisconsin Family Ties and how they help families, this group is for you!

THE GATHERING SOURCE WILL BE ON COMMUNITY COMMENT – Tuesday, February 23 at 12:35 pm.  Tune in to WBEV radio 1430 AM to learn more about how we’ve grown and upcoming programs and events. 

    FINANCIAL EDUCATION SERIES – Continues on Wednesday, February 17h at 11 AM.  This class will center on preparing, record keeping, and planning for taxes.  Visit thegatheringsource.org for more information.

SMILE.AMAZON.COM – When you shop on smile.amazon.com and choose The Gathering Source as your charity, Amazon donates a portion of the value of your purchase to us.  An easy way to donate without having to spend extra money!

DONATIONS – We accept donations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays 10-noon.  This time of year we are especially in need of soups of all kinds as well as canned meats and fruit.  Monetary donations can be made online at thegatheringsource.org.

 FOOD PANTRY continues on Tuesdays from 10-noon and Thursdays from 5-7 pm.  When registering for the food pantry, please bring identification and proof of residency for adult members of the household.  In addition, bags, boxes or other containers are needed to transport food home.

     OPEN HOUSE is on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10-noon.  This is also a great time to drop off your donations.

BOX TOPS AND LABELS FOR EDUCATION – Help Dodgeland Schools reach their Box Tops and Labels for Education goals for this school year.  February is the month of the big push.  To date, we have collected $234.00 in labels and box tops for the school!  You can turn in your box tops or labels at The Gathering Source, State Bank of Reeseville, The Reeseville Library and Clyman Village Hall.  www.boxtops4education.com or www.labelsforeducation.com

    Don’t throw out those used ink cartridges, donate them to us!  We use them to offset the cost of our office supplies.

     Please visit thegatheringsource.org to sign up for our news blasts and for more information about our programs.  You can reach us at 920-927-1702 or email us through our website for more information.

 

APPLY FOR ENERGY ASSISTANCE AT THE GATHERING SOURCE
 A representative from Energy Services will be at The Gathering Source on Monday, March 7 from 1-5 pm to take applications for grants for Energy Assistance.  To schedule an appointment, call 800-506-5696. 

 

 


 


 

Reeseville Public Library

216 South Main – 920-927-7390

www.reeseville.lib.wi.us

Bam! Pow! Read!

February 2016

 

 

 

 



035004Thank you to everyone who brought in cards for the St. Jude’s Holiday Card Collection during December and January. 

 

During January the kids had great fun learning about jungle animals. 

 

 

coffee-312521_640[1]Beverage Station:  The library has a new beverage station set up.  Patrons are welcome to make and enjoy ($1 donation) a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate while browsing for books and dvds. 

 

Historical Photographs:  While rummaging through our archives we discovered a pile of historical photographs of Reeseville.  All month we’ll have different ones on display.  Stop in and see if you can recognize any of the locations. 

 

Free Little Library:  Last month Reeseville’s first free little library appeared on Prairie street across from the catholic church.  If you haven’t visited yet please feel free to do so soon. 

 

book%20love2_0[1]February at the Library

Blind Date:  All month there will be various covered romance novels at the library.  Take a chance, check one out and enter for one of our prize drawings. 

 

Galentine’s Day Prize Drawing: Between February 1 and 12 we will be running a drawing to give away two Valentine’s Day gifts for a special gal. To enter all you need to do is check out one of our Blind Date books or anything in the library with a Staff Recommendation book mark.  You can then choose between a pampering gift basket or a necklace from Pixie’s Beads for yourself or a special someone. 

 

Jungle_Animals_Example[1]Story Time:

Story time will be held in February on Tuesdays at 10am.  This month we’ll continue reading stories about animals. An activity and snack will follow.  This is an excellent opportunity to meet new friends and get creative together!  Your preschoolers will have such a great time that you’ll want to take some books home to keep the creativity flowing.

 

Sr. Apartment Book Chat: Monday, February 1 and 22, 2PM at the Sr. Apartments, Mrs. Kozi and the group will talk about the material that they have been reading.

 

envelope-of-valentines-hearts[1]Valentine Station:  Beginning February 1 until Valentine’s day we’ll have a Valentine making station ready for kids to make a valentine for their favorite storybook character or anyone special in their life. 

 

 

 

treasure-chest_[1]Young Readers: A fun and fast paced book discussion will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 4PM at the Library. There are no age limits here, anyone that wants to read the book is welcome.   You can pick up your copy of James Patterson’s Treasure Hunters at the front desk.

 

 

 


2016 Love Stamp Showcases Stunning Three-Dimensional Artwork, Captures Ancient Art of Quilling

Reeseville WI —The Postal Service has issued the new Quilled Paper Heart Forever stamps as the 44th inductee into the Postal Service’s Love stamp series. They are now for sale at the Reeseville Post Office and online at www.usps.com.

The stamp features a heart created using the ancient art of quilling — also called paper filigree — which involves rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper, laying them on their edges, and gluing them in place to form intricate designs. The origin of the name “quilling” is believed to have come from the first tool used to create the paper curls — the base of a feather or quill. “Our beautiful Quilled Paper Heart Forever Love stamp evokes tranquility, peace and love as Americans correspond with beloved friends and family while away from home,” said Reeseville Postmaster Terri Wolff. “And they’re perfect for Valentine’s Day cards.”  

Creating the Art
Renowned paper artist and illustrator
Yulia Brodskaya used two simple materials — paper and glue — an intricate technique, that involved placing carefully cut and bent strips of paper to make the lush, vibrant, three-dimensional paper heart artwork. The heart shape in the center is made from paper strips of appealing, eye-catching bright colors surrounded by white paper swirls. The background is white with shadows cast by the dimensional pieces of quilled paper.  

Quilling is believed to date from the 15th or 16th century. The first known quillers were monks and nuns in European religious houses. Inspired by metal filigree, quilling was an inexpensive way to create elaborate decorations normally beyond the means of most churches and religious orders. When gilded or silvered, the curled paper could resemble the work of the finest goldsmiths and silversmiths, while designs made with cream-colored paper or vellum appeared to be carvings of ivory. During the past 20 years, quilling has gained a new popularity. It is a technique that has changed very little with the passage of time and is accessible to anyone. Modern-day quillers only need a few tools to get started — paper, scissors, glue and a quill-like implement for curling the strips. To get started in quilling go online and search for “quilling tips” to find a myriad of quilling websites.

The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.

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For more information about the Postal Service, visit usps.com and usps.com/postalfacts

 

 

SENIOR CITIZENS

           The Senior Dining Program is operated as a service from the Dodge County Human Services and Health Department programs.

            Persons age 60 or older, or the spouse of a dining center participant who is age 60 or a person with a disability living in housing facilities where a dining center is located are considered eligible for the program.

           Anyone requesting home delivered meals must meet the eligibility as listed but must also be homebound as determined through an assessment prior to having the meal brought to their home.

           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.

           


 

BEAR HUNTING

 

            Devin Neitzel, age 10, shot this Bear this past September near Ladysmith.  He hunted for 8 days before he was able to get him. 

            Devin received his permit from Darrell Ritter who drew the permit but decided not to hunt last year.

            The DNR allows a hunter to give his bear tag to a youth if he is unable to use the permit.

            Devin’s Father is Don Neitzel from the Kunkel Engineering Group in Beaver Dam which services the Village of Reeseville.

 


 

HUNTING NEWS

 

 

 

TOM'S GUNS 2016 SPRING TURKEY YOUTH HUNT is April 9th & 10th.

Learn To Hunt Hunters

The annual Spring Turkey Youth Hunt is designed to give young hunters the opportunity to hunt wild turkey and gain valuable experience at a time when other hunters are not authorized to hunt.

 
For Tom's Guns Spring Turkey Hunt

 

Youth Hunt: ages 10-15

Youth hunters need to be 10-15 years of age, who possess a valid spring turkey license, stamp, and ZONE 2 permit.

All hunters must have successfully completed a Hunter Education Course. All youth hunters will be accompanied by a mentor age 18 or older. (Youth who do not successfully harvest a turkey during the youth hunt may use their unfilled zone 2 permit during the time period and in the zone for which their permit was issued.)

 

Learn to Hunt: ages 10-Adults

We will have a tag for the LTH hunters.

 

Learn to hunt hunters are who have NOT completed a Hunter Education Course and have NEVER hunted turkeys. All LTH hunters will be paired up one-on-one and within arm’s reach of their mentor. The Learn to Hunt Program,  is an educational opportunity designed to help inexperienced hunters, both youth and adults. We strive to have each hunter and mentor have a safe and rewarding first-time hunting experience under the guidance of our qualified  hunting mentors. Learn to hunt hunters will receive both classroom and field instruction prior to the actual hunt.

 

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 April 6th-Wednesday shoot and meeting

 

MANDATORY TO LEARN TO HUNT HUNTERS

 

LTH Shooting:

3:00pm-5:30pm  meet at Waterloo Gun Club

Waterloo Gun Club, N929 County Road T, WaterlooWI. 53594

--You need to come sometime before 3:00pm-5:30pm  and shoot a few rounds so we feel comfortable with your shooting--

 

LTH Classroom:

6:00pm-8:00pm at Tom's Guns

Tom's Guns, 215 W. Main St. Marshall, WI 53559

--DNR Warden, Tom and Julie will explain how the weekend will go—

 

 Weekend Hunt:

All hunters/mentors will meet each morning of hunt at Tom's Guns (unless Julie has been notified). I check off my mentors and hunters,, I don't want anyone left behind.

 

LUNCH ON SATURDAY:

Lunch is served on Saturday to mentors and hunters at Tom's Guns,, The Marshall  Lion’s  is kind enough to help cook and serve you a great lunch.

 

Enjoy the Experience:

WE HAVE SOME CLOTHING AND A GUN IF YOU NEED TO BORROW ONE FOR THE WEEKEND.

 YOUR AMMO IS PAID FOR.

 We want you to experience a WONDERFUL HUNT and Maybe a HUNTER will be born.

 

HUNTERS: INFO NEEDED

FULL Name:  DOB:  DNR#: Email:  Phone: Learn or Youth? mentor needed? avail: 9/10

 

Name-- Full name with middle initial

DOB-- Date of birth

DNR #--Customer # , if you don't have one I can create you one.

Email-- Address of hunter or guardian for hunter.

LTH/YOUTH-- Are you a Learn to hunt or a Youth Hunter.

 

MENTOR, I need to know if you need a mentor or if you have a mentor.

Availability, I need to know when you are avail. To hunt. ½ days, full days, one day or two days.

  

MENTORS: info needed

FULL Name:    DOB:      DNR#:      Email:    Phone:    Hunter?  land?   avail:9/10

 

Name-- Full name with middle initial

DOB-- Date of birth

DNR #--Customer # ,

Email-- Address

MENTOR,

I need to know if you have a hunter to mentor or I will assign one.

Availability, I need to know when you are available to hunt. ½ days, full days, one day or two days.

MENTOR BACKGROUND CHECKS are MANDATORY and are good for 5 years

If you have not filled one out, a form (attached)  will just need to be filled out and faxed to DNR.. I attached one in the email or I can do it with you.

If permits remain after the preference drawing is complete, they will be available for purchase over-the-counter in late March. These permits will be issued with a one-per-day limit until the permits are sold out or the season is over.

 Tom's Guns  tomsguns@gmail.com
608.655.3772
  Marshall, WI 53559



The Yes Afterschool program at Lowell will be having sessions every week on Tuesdays.   It will start at 3:30PM until 5:30PM at the Lowell United Methodist Church of the Shared Covenant Ministries.  It is for students in the Lowell /Reeseville area, but anyone is welcome.   Homework time, snacks, social time, and games will a part of the program for each session. 

 

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




 

IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH LCMS

Pastor Donald Steinberg  
920-927-5734
210 Lincoln Ave
E-mail address immanuellc@tds.net
  Worship Sunday 9:00am
Sunday School and Adult Bible Study at 10:20 a.m.

Sunday School and Adult Bible Study at 10:20 a.m.
Midweek Lenten Services begin on Ash Wednesday, February 10, and continue through March 16.  Service time is7p.m

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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;
  Worship at 10:00am
Sunday School at 8:45am
Adult Bible Study on Tues. at 6:00pm
Holy Communion served on the 1st & 3rd Sunday
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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 a.m

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SALEM EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH

115 Juneau Street,  Lowell
Pastor Vander Galien
920-927-5353
E-mail address pvgvandy@aim.com
Worship services;
Sunday Service 10:00am
Thursday evening worship 7:00pm

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CATHOLIC TRI PARISHES OF
SW DODGE COUNTY

St. Columbkille Church, St. John the Baptist Church, Holy Family Church
Our pastor is Fr. Mike Erwin,
Associate Pastor:  Fr. Erick Cassiano,
Assisting Sr. Priest:  Fr. John Yockey http://www.triparishwi.com
Office: (920) 927-3102    Fax:  (920) 927-1970

Holy Family Church               Sunday mornings 10 am

304 Prairie Street                     Wednesday evenings 5:30 pm

Reeseville, WI 53579               First Fridays 8 am

St. John the Baptist Church        Sunday mornings 8 am

714 Church Street                         Tuesday mornings 8 am

Clyman, WI 53016

St. Columbkille Church            Sat/Sun evenings 5 pm

W10802 County Rd. TT             Thursday evenings 7 pm

Elba, WI 53925        

Weekday Masses:

Mondays:       No Mass

Tuesdays:              8:00am at St. John the Baptist Clyman

Wednesdays:        5:30 pm at Holy Family, Reeseville

Thursdays:            7:00 pm at St. Columbkille, Elba

Fridays: First Friday ONLY 8:00am at Holy Family, Reeseville

Weekend Masses:

Saturdays:    5:00 pm at St. John the Baptist, Clyman

Sundays:        8:00am at Holy Family, Reeseville

                      10:00am at St. Columbkille, Elba

 

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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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THE REFUGE” of Reeseville

Apostolic Bible Study & Sunday Service
Isa 3:10  Say to the righteous, it shall be well.
214 Main Street Reeseville
2nd Kings 10:16 Come and see our zeal for the Lord.
Sunday Service @10:30AM
Bible Study @ 6:30PM Tuesday
Pastor Chris and Cherie Behymer  927-6056

E-mail:  behymer6@charter.net
www.facebook.com/TheReesevilleRefuge

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The Refuge of Reeseville Church

Up Coming Events:

Greetings, in the name of Jesus. On the 21st of February,, 6:30pm, the Refuge will be hosting Chelsea Shields, the Legislative/PAC Director for Wisconsin Right to Life.  She is responsible for the state and federal legislative programs for Wisconsin Right to Life. Chelsea will be joining us to share with us some good news that has been coming to pass in the Wisconsin Legislative realm. In addition, there will be an abundance of information concerning current and past legislation, pro-life information and fetal development facts, and much, much more.

Ezekiel 18:4  Behold, all souls are mine. ( LORD )

Psalm 127:3  Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.

               Children are His to give and we all belong to Him. It is unfortunate when an individual’s choice can become more valued than a creation made in the image of God. It is unfortunate when economics and politics become more valued than a creation made in the image of God. How about when our pride and selfishness do the same? May the Lord teach us humility and teach us how to value one another, even when we think they don’t deserve it.

 

Palm Sunday March 20th

Palm Sunday is drawing near and once again The Refuge will be hosting its annual Palm Sunday Service and dinner at the Community Center in Reeseville. Please watch for future details and signs.

 

Luke 19:42-43 ( Jesus ) Saying, “If you had known …the time of thy visitation.”

 

Israel was supposed to know the time of His arrival. Jesus held them responsible for not knowing when He would come. Then in 70 A.D. the very prophesy came true when the Roman General Titus brought his armies to surround Jerusalem. They destroyed Jerusalem and set fire to the temple. The fire was so hot that the silver and gold which had been stored there for safekeeping melted and ran down between the stones. Roman soldiers then broke each stone apart to get the silver and gold, leaving “not one stone left upon another” as Jesus had foretold years earlier in Luke 19:43.

I believe the Lord is going to hold us responsible as well. According to the Bible, a Christian is a well informed and educated individual concerning Truth and Christianity. My name is Chris Behymer, Pastor of The Refuge Church in Reeseville and I invite you to come and learn with us.

 

 

Sunday Service @ 10:30am / Tuesday Service @ 6;30pm     214 South Main Street, Reeseville


 


 

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