Welcome to Reeseville


Last updated October 30, 2015  


Welcome to Reeseville


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.


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.

Brush Pickup will continue on the first and third Monday of the month until November 16th.  All branches must be in the size for one person to handle.  Leaf collection has begun and will continue until November 16th.  For this pick up you must rake leaves to the tree border. No brush is allowed in these piles. Please adhere to these rules or your stuff will not be picked up.

 WOOD CHIPSSince the storm, there is a huge pile of wood chips next to the Mini-Park.  Any residents in the surrounding area may load up as many as they want of these chips.  They make great mulch for your plants and gardens. Please help yourself.



406 N. MAIN ST

NOVEMBER 13, 2015

5:00PM TO 7:30PM

(Bar open – 4:30)

The RCC will try to increase their profits by having and cooking our own Fish Frys. 
It will not be sold by the piece and not be all you can eat.  We hope you will Support this new function.

This is your Community Center, so we hope you will join us in supporting this monthly function.

Menu:  Baked or Deep Fried Fish, or Chicken Tenders, along with sides of Potato Salad, Coleslaw, and French Fries & Rye Bread.

Fish 2 Pc. - $10.00
Fish 3 Pc. - $11.00
(Cod is Deep Fried or Baked)

Chicken Tenders 3 Pc. $8.00

Caterer:  Reeseville Community Center
*Carryouts available* (.50 extra)




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


Raffle winners: NO REPORT AVAILABLE  



SELLER’S NAME: _________________________
PHONE: __________________________________
Money and Orders due by Oct. 10th
You may order from any Lioness or call Sally at
Cashews (giant-salted _______ $9.50 _____
Peanuts (Honey Roasted_____ $5.00 _____
Mixed Nuts (No Peanuts_____ $9.00 _____
Pecans (Halves) ____________$8.50 _____
Almonds (Roasted) _________ $7.50 _____
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: $_______________

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



We would like to thank everyone who came to our
1st Annual Fall Festival held on Sunday October 11that Buckeez Saloon in Hubbleton.

We had a great turn-out with lots of fun and money raffle prizes.

If you are interested in joining our club, stop in to Buckeez and signup.  All are welcome



Trinity Lutheran Church will be holding their annual Chili luncheon on Sunday, November 1st from 11:30am until 2:00pm.  The church is located 4 miles south of Reeseville on Cty Hwy I.

The meal includes all the Chili you care to eat, a Ham sandwich, Cheese & Various Bars and Beverage.

Tickets are $7.00 for Adults and $5.00 for children
6-12.  Children 5 and under eat Free.

Carryouts are available for 50¢ extra. Quarts of Chili are available for $5.00. If possible, please bring your own quart jars please.

We will also have a Craft & Bake Sale.



St. John’s Catholic Church
714 N. Church Street, Clyman, WI
Hwy 26 to Hwy J East to Church Street

Sunday, November 1st
Serving from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Adults $10.00 Children 5 – 12 $4.00
Children under 5 FREE

Baked Ribs and Dressing – Ribs and Kraut
Mashed potatoes and Gravy, Corn & Desserts

Carry Outs Available $10.00

Immanuel Lutheran Church
210 Lincoln Avenue in Reeseville, will be having their 18TH Annual Christmas Cookie Sale on Saturday, December 12TH in the church’s Fellowship Hall from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

To reserve your cookie order, please call the Church Office at 927-5734. The cookies sell out very fast.

            We would also like to say a great big thank-you to everyone who supported our Annual Turkey Dinner Fundraiser last month.  You helped us raise over $4,000!!!  Awesome!!!  The continuing support of our congregation by the members of our community is very encouraging.

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

IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR!  It’s that time of year again where we all get very busy readying our homes for winter and the holidays.  With the cold weather, money is tighter and the need for food greater.  Please keep us in mind for your holiday giving.  You can donate safely and securely using any major credit or check card on our website –thegatheringsource.org or by mailing a check to us at PO Box 66 in Reeseville 53579.  A $30 donation provides meals for a hungry adult or child for a month! 

SACKS FOR HOLIDAY HUNGER – The Gathering Source is partnering with Jensen’s Piggly Wiggly in Juneau for “Sacks for Holiday Hunger”.  From November 21st through December 24th, sacks filled with essential food items will be available for purchase at Jensen’s Piggly Wiggly.  Purchase your sack at checkout when doing your holiday shopping and the food in these sacks will be donated to The Gathering Source!   

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS - November 26th, December 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st.   We ask that you please plan accordingly.SAVE THE DATE – Tuesday December 8th – Pantry Night at Benvenuto’s Italian Grill in Beaver Dam.  Just mention The Gathering Source and Benvenuto’s will donate a portion of your dinner bill to The Gathering Source.

FINANCIAL EDUCATION SERIES – Continues on November 18th at 11 AM.  The topic will be Building Credit.  You can sign up at the Gathering Source or messages us via Facebook or through our website at thegatheringsource.org

FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH FOR OLDER ADULTS - continues on Thursdays at the VFW Hall in Lowell at 10:00 am (before the senior meal program) through November 12th.  Call ahead to 920-386-3580 the day before to reserve your lunch.

ATTENTION DEER HUNTERS!   The Gathering Source participates in the DNR Venison Donation Program.  Just advise your butcher that you would like to donate any or all of your venison to The Gathering Source.  They will be sure it gets to us.  Pernat-Haase in Juneau, Leroy Meats in Horicon and Detjen’s Northern Trails in Watertown are the Dodge County participants in this program.  Please note:  the processor will donate your venison as ground meat.  If you wish for any other type of venison product to be donated, you will be charged for this.  Our meat donations must come directly from the butcher or grocery store or other licensed processor.

SMILE.AMAZON.COM – When doing your holiday shopping online, think of us.  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!

PRODUCE EXCHANGE – Thank you to all who participated in our produce exchange.   It was a big success and made a difference in the daily lives of many families and individuals.

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.

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 – We will continue to collect Box Tops and Labels for Education to support our Dodgeland Schools.  Box tops and labels can be dropped off at The Gathering Source, Reeseville State Bank, or Reeseville library.  We have already handed in over $100.00 worth of labels and box tops for this school year!  Please visit these websites for opportunities for bonuses for Dodgeland and to follow progress during the year.    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 the gatheringsource.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.

Support The Gathering Source Food Pantry & Resource Center

Tuesday December 8th

Caring for hunger, education and wellness (CHEW) in the community.

Enjoy a great meal at
Benvenuto’s Italian Grill

831 Park Avenue, Beaver Dam

Mention The Gathering Source Fundraiser and Benvenuto’s will donate a portion of your bill to
The Gathering Source!

Fun at The Gathering Source Fall Fest

 A good time was had by all who attended the inaugural Fall Fest to benefit The Gathering Source Food Pantry and Resource Center.

A beautiful fall day welcomed folks to the Clyman Fireman’s Park for the festivities including children’s games, face painting, raffles, food and refreshments.

A small custom car show along with a crafters and farmers market had people wandering the grounds checking out the cars and looking for items to take home.

Inside the Clyman Lions Club building there were more crafters and raffles for cash and some very nice gifts donated by local businesses, crafters and individuals.

At the end of the day, the festivities raised close to $2000.00 for The Gathering Source. All funds will be used to support The Gathering Source mission of caring for hunger, education, and wellness (CHEW) in the community.

We thank everyone who attended and or helped in any way to make the festival a success.  In particular, we send our sincere thanks to the following Fall Fest donors:  Berres Brother, Milwaukee Brewers, Clyman Canners, Clyman Fire & EMS, Clyman Lions Club, Chippy’s, Glasgow Photography, Marlene’s Metals, Rehab Bar, Pumpkin Center Tap, Mercer T’s, Inspire Magazine, Juneau, Watertown & Beaver Dam Piggly Wiggly, Juneau Kwik Trip, Beaver Dam Walmart, Walmart Distribution Center, Pepsi Cola Beverages Company, J & A Stitches, Quick Happy Tap, Village Restaurant, Steve’s Bar, Tom Dooley’s Orchard, The Refuge of Reeseville, Seneca, Richelieu Foods, Thomas Kohn, Nadine Breunig, and Megan Rennhack.

            The Gathering Source Food Pantry and Resource Center is a 501 (c)3 tax exempt organization devoted to caring for hunger, education, and wellness (CHEW) in the community.  For more information, visit thegatheringsource.org

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 [TOWN] Post Office Announces 2015 Holiday Shipping Deadlines

 Reeseville WI — There may not be snow on the ground, but now is the time to start thinking about holiday mailing and shipping deadlines for domestic, international and military services as customers begin to prepare for the busy shopping and shipping season. Customers are encouraged to ship early, whenever possible. “Making sure everyone receives their cards, letters, presents and care packages in time for the holidays is our priority,” said Reeseville Postmaster Terri Wolff “We want to help our customers be ready in time for the holidays.”

                To ensure timely delivery of cards, letters and packages within the United States by Dec. 25, the Postal Service recommends that customers ship their items by the following dates:

                Mail-by Dates (Domestic Services)

Dec. 15 - Standard Post: Ground service for less-than-urgent deliveries and oversized packages.

Dec. 19 - First Class Mail: Service for standard-sized, single-piece envelopes and small packages weighing up to 13 ounces with delivery in 3 business days or less.

Dec. 21 - Priority Mail: Domestic service in 1, 2, or 3 business days based on where your package starts and where it’s being sent, variety of Flat Rate options

Dec. 23 - Priority Mail Express: Fastest domestic service, guaranteed overnight scheduled delivery to most locations. Some restrictions and exceptions apply. Please note, Priority Mail Express postage refund eligibility is adjusted for shipments mailed Dec. 22 through Dec. 25.

Complete details on Mailing and Shipping services can be found on usps.com.

                Mail-by Dates (International Services)
Customers mailing internationally during the holidays are advised to review the chart below for specific deadlines based on the locations they are mailing to and the service they are using. When mailing and shipping internationally, customers must also follow necessary customs guidelines. Please visit the International Shipping page on usps.com for more information.


International Mail Addressed To

Global Express Guaranteed® (GXG)***

Priority Mail Express International™ (PMEI)

Priority Mail International® (PMI)

First-Class Package International Service™ (FCPIS)






Asia/Pacific Rim





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Middle East





***GXG Notes: 1) Cutoff date does not take into account time needed for customs clearance. 2) Should allocate extra transit day(s) for delivery outside major cities.
Mail-by Dates (Military)
The Postal Service is committed to ensuring those serving in the nation’s armed forces and diplomatic service receive their presents, care packages and cards in time for the holidays. Complete military mailing deadlines to APO/FPO/DPO (Air/Army Post Office, Fleet Post Office and Diplomatic Post Office) destinations worldwide, as well as tips and guidelines can be found here .
Shipping Supplies
As an added convenience, the Postal Service offers a wide variety of shipping supplies in multiple sizes at local Post Offices and online at usps.com. Some supplies, such as Priority Mail products, can also be delivered to the sender free of charge.

Shipping supplies available online and at local Post Offices include:
Priority Mail boxes: complimentary with Priority Mail shipping service.
Priority Mail non-padded envelopes: complimentary with Priority Mail shipping service.
Ready Post boxes: beginning at $4.29.
Ready Post bubble mailers: beginning at $1.79.
Ready Post clear packing tape: $3.29.
Customers may also ship using their own materials. As a reminder, all packages weighing more than 13 ounces and bearing only stamps as postage cannot be deposited in collection boxes or given to letter carriers. These packages must be presented to a Postal Service employee at a retail window counter.             
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There is a chill in the air and the leaves are turning and dropping.  Can only mean that snow and cold are not far behind and neither are the holidays.

Those of you that are sending packages out, keep the chart handy, to see the cut off dates so your packages can get to their destination on time.  Also as long as we’re talking about holiday mailing, stop in and get your holiday stamps.  We have many beautiful designs again this year and the year we have “A Charlie Brown Christmas” stamp with four different scenes.  Stop in and take a look.

Remember that we are always open at usps.com

Happy Thanksgiving         Terri Wolff  Postmaster

Thank You to all the Crafters/Vendors who attended the First RCC Annual Craft Sale on Oct.24



The Dodge County Human Services Health Department invites everyone 60 years of age or older to join us at the Senior Dining Center at the Lowell VFW Hall.    Call either 920-386-3580 or 1-800-924-6407 or you may sign up at the center. Meals are catered in by Feil’s Catering Service



The Lakeside 4-H Bonfire on October 24th was filled with games, food & fun. We played ghost in the graveyard. After a very filling potluck supper, we had a short meeting. Congratulations to Brooke Benninger in receiving a special record book award for her horse project from the county this last year. Great job! Also, our club received two awards from the Dodge County Adopt a Highway Department for 20 years of service. We take pride in keeping the roads in and around Reeseville clean on our highway cleanup day in May.

The Lakeside 4-H Club graduated out Brett Cichanofsky (5 years with 4H), Brandon Cichanofsky (4 yrs), Jared Landsee (13 yrs), Dyllon Salmi (7 yrs) and Miranda Gunn (4yrs).

Our club gives a big THANK YOU for all of their service and contributions that they made to our club during their membership!  Best wishes on your future  adventures!

WELCOME to our new Lakeside 4-H members: Brenton Hoffer, Jayla Albrecht, Madi and Alix McCarthy. So glad to have you as part of our 4-H family.

Next Meeting:  November 8 at 6pm at the Municipal Building.  Bring your calendars to schedule the next few months of events.

Now is the time to join 4-H!

We would love to have your family join us this year.  In 4-H, we can explore projects in dairy goats, flowers, hunting, tractors, personal finance and more.  Interested in more information? Please call Sandy & Eric Salmi at 920-988-1817.

From your reporter: Solomon Vana

Reeseville Public Library
216 South Main – 920-927-7390

This month at the Reeseville Library we have some new interactive activities we'd like you to stop in to see.  On your way in check out the question on the sandwich board out front.  If you can answer correctly you'll receive a small prize.  Once you come in you'll notice we have a bulletin board that we need your help in decorating, we'll have guessing jars on the counter and we have Take and Make craft bags for the kids.  There's quite a lot to do and we'll be changing the activities often so stop in and check something out. 

In October, the spider guessing jar prize went to Elias Behymer and the jar of candy corn was awarded at our Halloween celebration.


Last month the kids that joined us for Storytime had tons of fun making bats, spiders and black cats.  

Student Poetry Contest: The Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets is sponsoring a poetry contest for students in grades 6-12.  Full submission guidelines are available at www.wfop.org.

 Writing Contest: Letters about Literature (LAL) is a writing contest for young readers in grades 4-12, sponsored by the Library of Congress and the Wisconsin Center for the Book. Students write a letter to an author of a fiction or nonfiction book, a short story or poem describing how the work changed the students’ view of the world or of themselves. Details on the program can be found at www.read.gov/letters.

November at the Library

Thanksgiving: The library will be closed November 26-28 in celebration of Thanksgiving.  You’ll have to stop in during the days before to pick up all those audio books you have on hold for the trip to Grandma’s house. The library board and staff hope you have a happy Thanksgiving.

Food 4 Fines: The Reeseville Public Library will again be sponsoring a Food-for-Fines event. Food will be donated to the Gathering Source. Bring in non-perishable food items during the week of November 16-21 and we will forgive Overdue Fines up to $20 accrued at Reeseville Public Library. You should consider donating to our local pantry even if you do not have fines.

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

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

 Yoga classes:  Classes will continue to be held on Wednesdays at 6pm in the Village Hall through November 11.  All you need to join us is a flexible mind, the rest will follow. We are considering continuing this popular program so if that is interests you please stop in and let us know. 

 Book Sale: Thanks to a very generous donation we have more books in the library than we can possibly put on the shelves so we’re having a book sale.  The sale will be at the library Friday, November 13, 3-5pm and Saturday, November 14, 8am - noon.  Stop by and look through our piles for buried treasure, or take home one of our mystery bags.  We are also selling our disc cleaner, dvds and some other random items.

Fun Facts: Everyone is invited to join Miss Jess on Tuesday, November 17, 4pm at the Library for sea creature fun. This month Jess is planning to entertain you with plenty of facts and yummy snacks. 

Community Movie Night:  In January the library will be showing the new Minion movie, so to build up to that everyone is invited to the Village Hall on Thursday, November 19, 4pm to watch Despicable Me on the big screen. 

Alex Nelson’s 12 pt buck with a 17” spread shot during the Youth Hunt October 10, 2015.  Congratulations!!!


Kennadi Snow, daughter of Troy & Kristine Snow and Granddaughter of Dave & Ruthie Snow shot this point 4 buck during the Youth Hunt.  Congratulations!!



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. 



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.

Toll-Free (855) 366-363
The FoodShare Helpline is a service of
Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin



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

Everyone is invited to join in giving thanks to God for all His gifts to us at a special Thanksgiving Eve Service on Wednesday, November 25, beginning at 7 p.m.  Come, you thankful people, come!


Pastor Lois Rosko    
E-mail address larosko@hotmail.com
Worship Schedule:
Sunday Service at 10:00am
Sunday School a 9:00am
Communion held on the 1st Sunday


Pastor Matthew Martin  
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

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


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



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

 Effective September 5th/6th through the end of the calendar year, our mass schedule is as follows:

Weekday Masses:

Mondays:       No Mass

Tuesdays:        8:00 am 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 8:00 am at Holy Family, Reeseville

Weekend Masses:

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

Sundays:         8:00 am at Holy Family, Reeseville

10:00 am at St. Columbkille, Elba

Thanksgiving celebration will be at the 5:30 pm mass on November 25th.  There will not be a mass on Thanksgiving Day.       ```````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````


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.


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



The Refuge of Reeseville Church

Up Coming Events:

****   Annual Thanksgiving Celebration    ****

November is here and Thanksgiving is nearing quickly.  The Refuge, once again will be holding its’ Annual Thanksgiving Celebration at the Community Center on November 15th @ 11:00 O’clock.  It is our privilege and honor to serve the community of Reeseville, the surrounding communities and all who would come. We will be serving a Thanksgiving dinner following our time of worship. But we all know that there is more to Thanksgiving than just eating and fellowshipping with loved ones. The apostle James tells us that every good and perfect gift comes from above. James 1:17.  So we are going to be thankful to the One that provides all of our needs. Jesus also said that it is more blessed to give than to receive. Acts20:35  So we are going to give.  There is no cost so please, all who are hungry come, and all who are thirsty come.

 The Refuge will joining with Samaritans’ Purse and their Operation “Christmas Child” to send shoe boxes to underprivileged children overseas.  Last year alone, they distributed over 10 million shoe boxes to boys and girls. Boxes that are filled with toothpaste, tooth bush, combs, small toys, story books, soap and many other things that we take for granted. This will be our third year sending the boxes, and each year we are more thankful than the last. So if anyone feels led to give and would be interested in more information please call us 927-6056 or stop by The Refuge on Sunday mornings at !0:00 to 12:00pm.  Our deadline is November 15th.  


The Refuge believes in a life changing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ our Savior. He loves us, why wouldn’t He want a relationship with us? He promises us a future and a hope. He promises us a change. He promises us that relationship. Jesus didn’t come for those who do not need Him, He came for the ones that recognize their need for Him. Luke 5:31We want something that is going to change our lives for eternity.

My name is Chris Behymer, the pastor of The Refuge, and I invite you to come.

Please see the Newsletter church page for times of Services and contact information.




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.