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First Friends Of The Campbellsport Public Library Meeting

By Andrea Hansen Abler

 The staff at the Campbellsport Public Library, along with the board trustees and current volunteers, work very hard to provide a variety of top quality services to community members of all ages.
Due to this group of individuals' dedication, business is booming at the library! So much so, they could use a support system.
This new group of people would help with fundraising, sponsor events and help out with odd projects. Since this is the beginning of building this organization, they are looking for a core group of people who are willing to help establish goals and ideals, by-laws, recruitment strategies and apply for a 501(c)3 status.
Are you interesting in helping the library? Join them at the first meeting at the library on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 5 p.m. or talk to someone on the staff about this new group.
There are always great activities going on at the Campbellsport Public Library. Like them on Facebook or go to www.campbellsportlibrary.org for more information.
If you have any questions about any library program or service, please call (920) 533-8534 or email director@campbellsportlibrary.org. The Campbellsport Public Library is located at 220 North Helena Street, Campbellsport.
The library is open Monday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.; Saturday from 9 a.m. until Noon and closed Thursday and Sunday.

 



 Campbellsport High School seniors Macoy Kohlmann and Bryce Volz helped in finishing the concrete work in the new commons area in the new building at the middle/high school. Throughout the day, the school had other students come to watch these students help with the concrete pour and the finishing. Both have been working in the tech ed department and work for Volz Concrete. This was a great way to have the students help with the building process and show the younger students some of the great jobs out there.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

In This Week's Edition...


 Mariah Warnecke signs the back of the t-shirt of one of the kiddie clinic participants during the annual Dance Showcase at Campbellsport High School on Sunday, Feb. 18. Warnecke is the only senior on the dance team this year, so this was her final performance with the group. The dance team performed their competition routines along with some fun routines for the huge crowd that packed the gym for the event.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

 

Clean Sweep, Collection
of Hazardous Waste, is Saturday, April 28

  The Land and Water Conservation Department of Fond du Lac County will hold a Clean Sweep collection of hazardous chemical waste on Saturday, April 28.
This collection is for household and agricultural chemical waste. It is open to all Fond du Lac County residents, farms, school districts, and small businesses (VSQGs). The collection occurs at the County Highway Department, 301 Dixie Street in Fond du Lac from 9 a.m. to noon or until such time as the funding for the event is exhausted.
The fee for residents and farmers is $5 per vehicle (cash only). The fee for small businesses differs and can be obtained by contacting Veolia's program director (chris.bahlow@veolia.com) for a no-obligation cost estimate.
Farms must pre-register prior to Friday, April 20, by calling the Fond du Lac County Land and Water Conservation office at (920) 923-3033, ext. 3 or e-mailing a program assistant at Kim.ruelle @fdlco.wi.gov. Small businesses and school districts must pre-register and submit an itemized inventory prior to Friday, April 20, by contacting Veolia program manager (chris.bahlow @veolia.com). Households do not need to preregister.
A list of items that will be accepted can be found at: www.fdlco.wi.gov/departments/departments-f-m/fond-du-lac-county-hazardous-waste-clean-sweep. The site also explains how to dispose of other items that will not be accepted.
Clean Sweep is funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection and Fond du Lac County. Residents who need ADA accommodations are encouraged to contact the Land and Water Conservation office before the event.

 

To lean more about the Campbellsport CARE's Group, visit www.campbellsportchamber.org and click on the
Campbellsport CARE's tab at the top of the page.

 

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