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Area Group Raises Money For Salute The Troops

  As Memorial Day approaches, we are reminded of the ultimate sacrifice that some soldiers have made for us and our country. Other soldiers have sacrificed too and still need our help.
This is why organizations like Salute The Troops and Warrior House are here. They veterans who just need that little bit of extra help to get their lives back after their service to our country.
Recently, two area men got talking about doing something to help raise money for a good cause. As Scott Seeley and Rob Davy continued to discuss the idea, Salute the Troops and their Warrior House in Lomira came to their mind as the perfect organization to help.




The Malone Area Heritage Museum was packed on Saturday, May 19, for the Korean War Veterans Commemorative Event and Memorial Dedication. An Honor Guard ceremony was held during the event and included a firing squad salute, the playing of Taps, singing of patriotic songs and recognition of those area men killed in action. The picture above shows members of the Mt. Calvary Abler/Engel Post 454 walking back after the Honor Guard Ceremony. More about this event will be in next week's Campbellsport News.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

 

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Campbellsport High School held its graduation ceremony on Sunday, May 20. It was a beautiful day for the Class of 2018's graduation. Many went outside after the ceremony for photos and fun. The graduates were very excited to be receiving their diplomas. More photos can be found on page 32.
photo by Dan Miller



False Bomb Threat Called Into Dollar General

   A false bomb threat was called into the Dollar General store in Camp-bellsport on Tuesday, May 22.
According to Police Chief Tom Dornbrook, the store received the call around 11:46 a.m. The caller stated that there was a bomb in the store and they were not supposed to call the police.
The worker who received the call immediately set the phone down and started getting people out of the store as she called police. In addition to the Campbellsport Police Department, the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Office, Campbellsport Fire Department and Eden Fire Departments responded to the scene.

Area Teen Injured In Driveway

  A 13-year-old Eden teen was seriously injured when he was hit by an SUV in his driveway and dragged for about 100 feet. The accident happened on Wednesday, May 16, around 4 p.m.
According to the Fond du Lac Sheriff's Department, a sport utility type vehicle (SUV), being driven by a 16-year male, from Campbellsport, was pulling into the driveway at W2135 County Road B. The SUV driver hit a 13-year-old male from Eden while he was walking in the driveway after getting off the school bus.

 

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