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     Campbellsport Elementary School kindergarten students walk through the hallway for the start of their graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 30. They all looked great in their caps and gowns with big smiles on their faces.


Eden Celebrates Its Zip Code

    The Eden Post Office took time to celebrate a special day last week. On Thursday, May 30, it was Eden's Zip Code Day — 53019.
This was the day the date matched the area's zip code.
A celebration was held at the Eden Cafe throughout the day. There was cake and a special stamp for the day. All mail in Eden was able to be stamped with this one-day-only stamp.
The stamp was designed by Campbellsport High School student Hailey Brenner. Post office employees contacted CHS art teacher Linda Boehlke to see if any of her students would want to create the design.
"I was told by my teacher," Brenner said. "She gave me everything I needed."
The post office had some specific things that had to be included in the design. Some of these were a tree with an apple, the date, the name "Eden Station" and one other famous Eden thing.
"I needed to have something with baseball because of Jimmy Gantner," Brenner said.

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Fond du Lac Fairest Of The Fair Finals Held

        The Fond du Lac County Fair crowned its 2019 Fairest of the Fair during a banquet on Saturday, June 1.
A total of five young ladies competed for the title. Two of these contestants are area residents — Kalista Hodorff and Selena Zook.
Hodorff is the 20-year-old daughter of Corey and Tammy Hodorff, owners of Second Look Holsteins of Eden. She is a 2017 graduate of Campbellsport High School and will be a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this fall.
Zook is the 17-year-old daughter of John and Sheila Zook of Eden, owners of Eden-Fond du Lac Veterinary Clinic. She is a graduate of Shepherd of the Hills School and a 2019 graduate of St. Mary's Springs Academy. Zook will be a freshman in Bellin College's radiological sciences program in the fall.
The contestants spent most of the day on Saturday with the judges. They had interviews and other activities before the banquet.
"These young ladies have really traveled a long way to get to this point," said Rae Nell Halbur, the MC for the event.
At the banquet, the girls were introduced and then had to answer two questions. The first question asked the girls to introduce a Fair activity. They drew slips to find out which activity they would be announcing.


       Members of the Honor Guards for the Abler/Engel Legion Post 454 of Mt. Calvary and the Harvey Blonigen Legion Post 478 of St. Cloud carry in the flags at the start of the Armed Forces Day event at the Malone Area Heritage Museum on Saturday, May 18. To read more about the Holyland Heroes, go to page 38.



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