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Last updated June 13, 2017  

                     

Welcome to Reeseville

JUNE 2017

 

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.  Regular Trash pickup is on Friday or on Saturday following a Holiday. Brush pickup is on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month. Place your bundles of brush and branches at the curb for pickup.  Any other leaves etc. should be in trash bags.
DO NOT blow grass into the gutters!!!

 


 

 

FROM THE EDITOR

To put an ad in the newsletter, Contact me at 920-927-5477 or email at nziegel@charter.net.  Minimum of 3 lines for $5.00.  The cost goes up accordingly as you add additional lines.  Please pay for your ads promptly. If you are unable to email, put an extra news or want ads in the mailbox by my back door.  If you want, put the flag up so I know it’s there.  All ads and articles are at the discretion f the editor and do not necessarily express the views of the Village or the Editor. Thank You

 


SAVE THE DATE- JULY 24, 2017

Please join the Reeseville Village Board
in Celebrating

Donald Gibson & Joan Dykstra’s Accomplishments!

Reeseville Community Center
406 N. Main St.

This event will be combined with the
Chamber of Commerce Picnic.
Details to follow.


 

 

 

REESEVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

 

For all emergencies call 911

For non-emergencies call 927-5271

 

 

CHIEFS CORNER

 

 

With the month of May coming to an end and June here I was completely wrong about my predictions last month about the month of May beginning to dry up, and the warm weather to set in and stay. Hopefully June will change that.

With that being said I would like everyone to become more alert of their surroundings as it begins to warm up, and the weather possibly becomes more tolerable outside. While driving take that extra second to be more alert of your surroundings, you never know when a child or animal will run out. None of us want to lose what we hold near and dear to ourselves or take that away from someone else. Don’t leave 5 minutes too late to be to your destination, leave 5 minutes earlier to allow others to also go about their daily schedule. There is nothing more important than one’s life, so take that extra moment to look twice or slow down when you see animals, children, motorcycles, ATV’s, or Amish buggies traveling down the road. Remember now is the time of year when the motorcycles and bicyclist are out, be courteous share the road, and keep your eyes open for them.

When coming up behind a farmer or Semi driver (trying to get up to speed) doing their job providing for their families, no matter how you look at it, they are working for you to put food on your plate, slow down. They all have families to get home to and put in many long hours to accomplish that. That line everyone says under their breath “oh great how will I get around them, I have to quick pull out in front of them or I will be stuck behind them”. Remember they are operating very large and heavy equipment so they will not be capable of slowing down or stopping like you can in your vehicle. They have many obstructions blocking their view and may not know you are behind them or next to them trying to pass. It is illegal to pass in a no passing zone, no matter what excuse you have. It could put yours and other lives in danger to try and save that couple minutes of being late to your destination. Don’t make this a fire/EMS call because you are in a hurry.   So please take the extra moment to think twice before you react to the situation in a negative manner, instead give them a wave to thank them when you cross paths.  No one gesture in life can change someone’s day like a thank you to know they are appreciated.

 Watch for flashing lights on all emergency vehicles, and remember to slow down or go around in a safe manor. They are there to keep everyone safe and alert of the situation ahead. Don’t become part of the emergency call. 

The fire department is offering FREE smoke alarms which also include installation to the residents within the Reeseville fire district. Call Fire Chief Nic Gay @ 920 210-2510 for more information, and to set up a good time to have yours installed! Call now because there is a limited supply available.

What kid would not love to have a fire truck at their birthday party! We are offering to bring a fire truck and some of our very own firefighters to your house for your kid’s party! All you have to do is contact Fire Chief Nic Gay at 920 210-2510.

If you are a motivated, dedicated, always willing to learn, not afraid of hard work, we have a job for you! If you have any of these qualities we are pleased to announce we are accepting applications at this time. Our Fire Department has a very good group of dedicated and highly motivated members but we could really use YOUR help. Even if you don’t like car accidents or going into fire or you are afraid of heights, we have a job for you also. There are many tasks that it takes to keep a volunteer fire department successful and we would love to have you.

For an application or even any questions or to see what goes on stop at our station on the first third or fourth Monday around 6:30 and just watch or observe.

Call or Text 920 210-2510

Email reesfd@netwurx.net

Find us on Facebook at Reeseville Fire Department

Fire Calls for May:

5/12 Vehicle fire

5/13 Mutual aid structure fire Juneau

5/14 Reeseville Structure fire

5/20 Single vehicle crash


 

RCC FISH FRY NEWS....

 

We are taking a break... See you Sept. 8, 2017 for the next Friday Night Fish Fry.... Have a great Summer.

 

Winners from April Fish Fry:
Radio winners: Mike Davison – Fox Lake
Lillian Benninger – Reeseville

Winner of FREE Fish Fry drawing for September:
Norm Eggert – Waterloo

Winner of drawing for the Air Conditioner:
Terry Schulz – Necedah, son of Phyllis Schulz

Winners of the Free Rental of the Reeseville Community Center were:
Large Room Rental: Ken May – Reeseville
Small Room Rental: Jim Dykstra – Reeseville

 

We the members of the RCC Board thank all who continue to support these monthly Fish Fries.

If you are a Local Non-Profit and would like to raise money for your organization consider
Co-Partnering a Fish Fry with us.

Contact: Ruth Snow for an open date. rdsnow@tds.net or 920-927-3612


 

 

 

SENIOR CITIZEN MEALS

The Senior Citizen Meal Site has moved to the Senior Apartments in Reeseville. 

The Dining Center is open five days a week offers a lunch time meal.   Reservations to eat are needed the day before and can be made by phoning 920-386-3580 or 1-800-924-6407.

Criteria to join us is you must be 60 years old or older, attend the dining center with someone who is 60 years or older or live in the Reeseville Senior Apartments.


 

 

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Debbie Possin celebrated 35 years at The State Bank of Reeseville on Wednesday, May 17th!
Congratulations Debbie.  She is not retiring tho’.
She loves her job too much to retire now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

LAKESIDE 4H NEWS

cid:03522181-c1b1-443c-affc-01f940902322On Saturday May 13th the Lakeside 4H group teamed up to complete our annual Highway cleanup.  We cleaned up Hwy G a mile north and south of town.  Eight bags of garbage was collected. Nice Job kids. 

 After our cleanup efforts were complete we held our monthly meetings. 

The following items and dates were discussed.

June 10th 2017 – Brat fry at Sam’s BP 8am till 2pm or when we sell out. 

June 11th 2017 – Monthly meeting at 6pm at the Reeseville Municipal Building. 

June 23rd 2017 – June Dairy Month promotion at the State Bank of Reeseville at the Reeseville and Watertown locations.  Please watch for fliers around town for times. 

We also discussed the 4th of July Parade in Watertown and upcoming events in July.  Along with when we will be working at the fair in August.

If you are interested in joining 4H please come to one of our meetings and check us out.  4H is just not about showing animal, it’s about life lessons and friendships. 

If you would like more information please call Eric or Sandy Salmi at 920-988-1817.
Your 4H Reporter, Samantha Salmi


 

 

HOLY FAMILY ICE CREAM SOCIAL

     The Holy Family ice cream social will be held this year on July 13. 

We will again be serving ham and bar-b-que sandwiches along with potato salad, beverages and delicious home baked pie and ice cream. 

It will be held in the dining hall in the church basement.  Take-outs are available.


 

PUMPKIN CENTER
SPORTSMEN’S CLUB

5th Annual non-registered trap shoot

100 Bird, 16yd and 100 Bird doubles

SUNDAY JUNE 25TH, 2017

Registration is from 9:00 til 3:00

Entry Fees:  100 bird $30. Includes $10. Lewis purse – 3 classes 60/40

Options:  $5.00 for 50’s, $5.00 for top gun

3 traps, Canterbury voice releases
Food and refreshments will be available

Sponsored by: Pumpkin Center Sportsmen’s Club

Located 2 miles north of Lowell on Cty I, off Cty G.

Contact persons: Randy @ 920-927-3737
or Matt @ 920-210-8057


 

 

SENIOR CITIZEN MEALS

The Senior Citizen Meal Site has moved to the Senior Apartments in Reeseville. 

The Dining Center will be open five days a week and will offer a lunch time meal.

Reservations to eat are needed the day before and can be made by phoning 920-386-3580 or 1-800-924-6407.

Criteria to join us is you must be 60 years old or older, attend the dining center with someone who is 60 years or older or live in the Reeseville Senior Apartments.

Menus are listed in the Reeseville News, on local Radio Stations, or you can pick up a copy at the dining center.

For those that may drive to the Center there is parking on the street by the apartment building.  Follow the sidewalk to the main door which is next to the Community Room.

We look forward to meeting those of you who live in Reeseville and hope you will join us.

We hope to offer activities soon, such as Bingo at the Center. We will let you know when we have activities set up as you won’t want to miss out!!


 

     

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These are the routes approved by the Dodge County Board. Please stay on the marked roads and adhere to the 35 MPH speed limit.

The Club has been working on these roads with the Board for the over two years.

If you would be interested in joining the club, stop at Buckeez in Hubbleton or call Dan at 920-253-9753 or Bill at 920-918-2616.  The cost is just $20.00 a year. We’d love to have you.

Email; 
quadcountyrunners@gmail.com


 

 



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

 

BACKPACKS FOR DODGELAND – The Gathering Source is again providing school supply filled backpacks for Dodgeland students of families in need.  A gift of just $30 will provide a backpack filled with school supplies for the 2017/2018 school year.  We will also accept gifts of new school supplies.  For a complete list, visit our website at www.thegatheringsource.org

CALLING ALL CRAFTERS – Join us at this year’s Fall Fest!  Vendor spots are available for only $20 for each 10’ X 10’ spot.  All spots are outdoors.  For more information visit www.thegatheringsource.org or stop in on Monday, Wednesday or Saturday from 10-noon to get your registration form.  Registration forms are also available on the Post Office bulletin board.

5K Run/Hike for Hunger Registration is Open – Take a nice run or hike in the country and support The Gathering Source!  Registration forms are available at The Gathering Source or on our website www.thegatheringsource.org

 

SAVE THE DATE – Our Annual Fall Fest is Saturday, October 14 at Clyman Fireman’s Park from 11-3.  There is something for all ages…..Good food and drink, Hot Rods for Hunger, Face Painting, Crafter and Vendor Market, and Games for All Ages………….Don’t miss out on the fun.

 

THRIVENT CHOICE DOLLARS FOR THE GATHERING SOURCE –Through a unique member-advised charitable grant program called Thrivent Choice®, members of Thrivent Financial are helping support enrolled 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations across the country, including The Gathering Source.  Visit our website (thegatheringsource.org) for a link to Thrivent’s Choice Dollars donation program or pick up instructions at The Gathering Source.  This is a great way to donate money to support The Gathering Source without opening your

 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE AND/OR LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! – To keep up with all the latest Gathering Source news.  

 

DONATIONS – We accept donations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays 10-noon.  This time of year we are especially in need of canned fruit.  Monetary donations can be made by mailing a check to us at PO Box 66 or online at thegatheringsource.org.

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!

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 FOR EDUCATION! – We support our Dodgeland Schools by collecting Box Tops and Labels for Education!  Please clip all Box Tops and Labels for Education!  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 for more information about our programs.  You can reach us at 920-927-1702 or email us through our website for more information.


 

 

 

Reeseville Public Library

216 South Main – 920-927-7390

www.reeseville.lib.wi.us

Build a Better World

June 2017

 


IMG_47001000 Books Before Kindergarten:  Congratulations to Noah Von Ruden for reading the first 200 books in the 1000 books before Kindergarten program.  Keep up the good work! 

 

 

Volunteers

This year the summer reading theme is Building a Better World and we are looking for volunteers that would like to share their building talents.  Please contact us if you’re interested. 

 

 

Teen_Slogan_1_538492_7Summer Reading Program:

The library would like to send a big thank you to all our sponsors.

                Caine Warehousing

                Carolyn’s Beauty Salon

                Culver’s of Watertown

Discovery Toys

Lauersdorf Excavating

                Karl’s Carpentry

                Kars Auto Body

                Koepsell Funeral Home

                Milwaukee Stockyards

Quest Electric

Reeseville Area Chamber of Commerce

Specialty Cheese

 

State Bank of Reeseville

build-a-better-world-1This year the Reeseville and Lowell public libraries will be working together to present a summer program.  The theme for 2017 is Build a Better World. Sign up begins June 5.  A schedule of events follows. 

 

 

 

Summer Reading Program Events

  • Nature Night-- June 15, 6:30pm, Reeseville Library
  • DIY Day – June 22, 6:30pm, Lowell Library
  • House of Foods – June 29, 6:30pm, Reeseville Library
  • Bingo Night – July 13, 6:30pm, Lowell Library
  • Board Games – July 20, 6:30pm, Reeseville Library
  • Festival—July 27, 6:30pm, Lowell Library

 

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Story Time:

We had a blast during storytime this year and the librarians are going to miss our friends going off to Kindergarten next year.  Storytimes will start upbuildabetterworld again in the Fall.



 

 

 

 


 

 

REESEVILLE-LOWELL FIRST RESPONDERS 

The First Responders are still looking for Volunteers from the community.  Grab an application
Fill out application and return to proper people (info is on the application)
Find a First Responder Class through Moraine Tech. Park (The First Responder Director can help find a class)
Go through the semester long program. That's right; it's only a semester long.
Pass the class and the national exam
Keep in contact with The Director of The First Responders   Welcome aboard!
ATTENTION RNS AND EMT’S
Did you know that you can be a First Responder without going through the class?!?!? RNs, the State of Wisconsin says you can become a First
Responder under your RN license. You can only follow the scope of practice of the First Responders. All you have to do is fill out an
application through the Director of the First Responders. Any questions, please feel free to ask.
EMTs, you also don't have to go through the First Responder class. You will work under your EMT license. You will follow the First Responder
Scope of Practice. Just fill out an application and
contact the Director of the First Responders. Any information you will need for contact will be on the application.

email lrfirstresponders@yahoo.com


YOUTH HUNTERS

BROTHER & SISTER


 

 

Brenna Huebner

Youth Hunt 4/15/17

23lbs

9 inch beard

5/8 inch spurs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blake Huebner

Regular Season

4/29/17

10.5 inch beard 24lbs

1 1/16 inch spurs


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Class at 10:20 a.m.

 

SALEM EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Vander Galien
920-927-5353
115 Juneau Street, Lowell
E-mail address pvgvandy@aim.com
Sunday Service 10:00am
Thursday Evening Service 7pm


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

 

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Matthew Martin  
920-927-5762
County Hwy I
Worship Schedule; Sunday 10:00am
Wednesday Service at 6:00pm
Holy Communion served on the 1st & 3rd Sunday


"THE REFUGE" of Reeseville
Apostolic Bible Study & Sunday Service
Isaiah 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
More info on our full page Pastor Chris and Cherie
Behymer 920-927-6056 behymer6@charter.net www.facebook.com/TheReesevilleRefuge

 

CATHOLIC TRI PARISHES OF
SW DODGE COUNTY

Pastor:  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

Our weekend mass schedule is as follows;
Saturdays 5 pm at St. Columbkille Church, Elba
Sundays    8 am at Holy Family Church, Reeseville
Sundays   10 am at St. John the Baptist, Clyman

Our weekday schedule Mass schedule as follows;
Tuesdays:             8:00 am @ St. John the Baptist
Wednesdays:      5:30 pm @ Holy Family
Thursdays:          7:00 pm @ St. Columbkille
First Fridays Only:  8:00 am @ Holy Family

 


 

   
   
   
   
 

 

The Refuge of Reeseville Church

To the Village of Reeseville, our home, our friends and family. And to the many others that perhaps have stumbled upon this page: Grace, mercy, and peace, from God our Father even Jesus Christ our Lord.

[ The following is what the Refuge believes and preaches and is paid for by the Refuge Church.]

Today I would like to share with you a story. A story that is perhaps one of the greatest Love stories ever told. Next to the Sacrifice of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ on a cross, the story of the Prodigal Son gives us an incredible image of the Love that God has for us. Contained within this amazing story is some incredible insight into the truest definition of this mysterious word we call Love. The Truth about Love. Not what Hollywood says, not the grocery store magazine rack, nor any other voice out there that would contradict what is written in the Book.
“Prodigal,” meaning reckless and wasteful.
Luke 15:11 There was a man who had two sons. One day the younger son said to his father, 'Give me now the portion of inheritance that belong to me.’ So the father divided his wealth between his two sons.
[ Inheritance is what we receive when our parents pass away. Here the son is basically wishing his father dead. Can you sense the selfishness and arrogance in the son as he demanded his inheritance from his father? There is no telling here of any argument, no war of words only that the father chooses not to engage and gives the son what he demands.]
And not many days after the younger son gathered all together, and took his journey into a far country, and there wasted his substance with riotous living.
And when he had spent all, there arose a mighty famine in that land; and he began to be in want.
And he went and joined himself to a citizen of that country; and he sent him into his fields to feed swine.

And he would fain have filled his belly with the husks that the swine did eat: and no man gave unto him.

  And when he came to himself, he said,  I will arise and go to my father.

[ This story is not just about us, but every one of us, how at one point or another in our lives we have wandered away from our home, from God, yes God. or even all together rejected Him and all of the provisions He has promised to us. Because of pride, selfishness, and foolishness. Romans 3:10  As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one. There is none that understands, there is none that seeks after God. ]

 But when he was yet a great way off, his father saw him, and had compassion, and ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him.

Hardly the response that we have experience in our own lives. Hardly even the response that we would give to our own. Yet here is, not just a picture, but a Truth of God our Father, Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior RUNNING to be with us.

Another amazing thing about this story is that it is being played out every single day in the lives of men, women, and children across the globe. Every time a heart “comes to themselves,” and they allow God to open their eyes. And then reality sets in, the truth of what damage our actions have caused sets in. The Truth that life is meant to be with our father.

Unfortunately, there are things we embrace that can destroy our life, that can steal our joy. Things that will destroy our relationships. Pride, arrogance, selfishness, hatred and many others.
But glory to God for His mercy on us, that we may come to ourselves! That He able to work through the mistakes we make in this life and bring about a restoration!  And He welcomes us back with open arms and a Joy that we cannot comprehend!

 

My name is Chris Behymer, Pastor of The Refuge Church.  We invite you to come to the Refuge.

 www.facebook.com/TheReesevilleRefuge/

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

 

PAID FOR BY THE REFUGE CHURCH