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 The Eden Fire Department hosted their annual Picnic and Parade this past weekend. The streets in Eden were crowded with people again this year for the parade that was held at noon on Sunday, Aug. 5. This fun float from Shepherd of the Hills School was one of the many from area businesses and organizations. To see more photos from the weekend, check out pages 7 and 8.
photo by Dan Miller

 

Free Corn Roast In Dundee This Saturday

 On Saturday, Aug. 11, the Northern Kettle Moraine Crooked Trails Snowmobile Club will hold it's annual Corn Roast at the Dundee Sportsman's Park. The public is welcomed to attend.
At 10 a.m., the doors open for family fun with food, beer, raffles and live music featuring the Eric Diamond Tribute Show. For the kids, they have plenty of fun packed games and activities to keep them entertained.
Free corn on the cob will be available around 12:30 p.m. until it is gone. Other concessions include burgers, brats, hot dogs and pork sandwiches. Both Bud and Miller products will be available along with one micro brewery selection. (No carry-ins allowed)
At 3 p.m. the band will take the stage with free music that will entertain you for four hours. This year's live music will be the Dave Steffen Band.
Raffle items donated by area business will be available along with beer and soda from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. Games for the kids will open at 11 a.m. With no cover charge and free parking, why not spend Saturday afternoon with us. Bring your family and enjoy a great afternoon and early evening with music and friends.
With your support the club can continue to fund well-groomed trails in and around Dundee. The club is a member of the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs, the Fond du Lac County Association, and the Sheboygan County Association.
The funds generated will be used to continue with the Club's goals such as trail marking, grooming, and community projects. The club was formed in 1968 and continues to be an active influence in the Dun-dee area. Ten percent of all funds generated from this event will be donated to local charities. You can learn more about the club, its goals and the Corn Roast at www.nkmcrookedtrails.com.
You can locate the Dundee Sportsman's park pavilion on Highway 67 across from the Exxon gas station in Dundee. Just follow the large yellow signs in the area. Since everyone is welcome at this free event, why not come and enjoy the day while supporting the trails in and around Dundee. Hope to see you there.
For more information contact, Candy Lange at 920-933-7238 or nkmcrookedtrails.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Coach Mark Peterson takes a selfie with all those who were participating in the annual Eden Two-Mile Run/Walk on Saturday, Aug. 4. Peterson organizes the run as part of the annual Eden Fire Department Picnic. All money raised from the run goes to the Eden Firemen's Association to help with any needs the fire department may have. It was a beautiful morning for a run through the village and on the Eisenbahn Trail.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler



New Inductees To
Campbellsport Athletic Hall Of Fame Named

 The Campbellsport High School Athletic Hall of Fame committee recently met and made its selections for this year. There were 28 candidates considered for just three entries into the CHS Athletic Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame class of 2018 will consist of Dennis Pieper (1972), Gene Pieper (1960), and Jerry Raether (1971). These individuals are all very worthy representatives of our storied athletic tradition at Campbellsport High School.
They will join Ritchie Narges, Gerald "Sarge" Marking, Matt Thull, Mary Bebow-Schuster, Jim Gantner, Rick Heisler, Mathias Serwe, Lisa Immel, Hubie Deikvoss, Lance Beyer, Jim Vollmer, Roger Turchany, Eugene Weber, Allan Weber, Don Weber, Josh Heisler, Richy Steinacker, Andy Wondra, John Dexter, Jake Flood, Steve Ketter, Randy "Peanuts" Narges, Tim Rowe, Mark "Pete" Schultz, Jim Zeigler, Mary Balson, Justin Schmidt, Derek Toshner, Kris Wells, Carissa (Donath) Serwe, Rick Gruber, Rick Huspen and Glenn Stommel. These members were all previously inducted over the last six years.
This year's class will be honored on a date and manner of their choosing. All three have chosen to be honored at an upcoming basketball game. Additional information will be shared as soon as arrangements have been made with the 2018 inductees.
We look forward to seeing the community come out and celebrate with our Hall of Fame inductees.
While this topic is on people's minds, it is a perfect time to nominate an exemplary athlete, coach, or citizen who have helped make Campbellsport athletics great. We are always looking for new nominations to consider.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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