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    Butch and Janet Hafemann handed out the awards for the Campbellsport Chamber of Commerce's Christmas Light Decorating contest. Winning the top prize for Business is Hometown Reality on Main Street. Each winner received a box of Hughes Chocolates compliments of True Value, a $25 Chamber Bucks gift certificate, a framed plaque and a sign for their yard. Pictured above with Janet and Butch are Doreen Schwind and Tara Henke of Hometown Reality.


Kick-Off Celebration For Campbellsport Ice Skating Rink On Saturday

    A Kick-off celebration is being held this Saturday, Jan. 12, at the new outdoor ice skating rink in Campbellsport. The event will run from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. on the baseball field at Firemen's Park.
Bring the entire family for this fun and free community event to check out the new outdoor ice skating rink. There will be hot refreshments, sweet treats, music and a warm fire provided.
You can take a twirl on this new rink that is a great way to spend some time outdoors this winter season.
A small number of used skates will be available in a variety of sizes for kids and possibly adults to borrow for the event. These skates are donated by the Laura Grahl family.
Spearheading this endeavor has been Kathee Dirmeier, a local parent and employee of the Campbellsport School District.
"After the last winter season, I thought an ice skating rink would be a fun, inexpensive, family activity for all ages in Campbellsport," Dir-meier said. "Being located in the Kettle Moraine, it just seemed fitting to me that our village should have a rink. The winter activities in our area can get very expensive. Plus it would be bringing back an old tradition.

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Northern Kettle Moraine Snowmobile Trails Take A Toll

    On August 28, 2018, major storm warnings flooded the airwaves for Fond du Lac County residences advising them to seek shelter as soon as possible. With possible tornadoes brewing right around the corner, residents really had no clue as to what to expect.
Then around 4 p.m. the storm hit. After emerging a half hour later from their basements, residents witnessed trees ripped from the earth with their roots exposed, tops of trees hacked off by straight line winds and lots filled with standing water.
With no electric to run sump pumps and keep food cold in refrigerators, some residents were out shopping for electric generators while others were helping cut and remove trees from the roadways so residents could get in and out of town.


   Members of the Crooked Trails, Dotyville Drifts, Campbellsport Sno-Cougars and the Greenbush Kettle Moraine Trailblazers snowmobile groups worked together to clear the snowmobile trails in the Dundee area normally maintained by Crooked Trails. A lot of trees and brush were knocked down in the August 28th storm and tornadoes and were still blocking some area trails and needed to be cleaned out. Everyone worked hard together to get the trails cleared and ready for snow.



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