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Winter Parking Rules Go Into Affect Next Week

  Winter parking rules in the Village of Campbell-sport go into affect on Wednesday, Nov. 15, and run through April 15, 2018.
This means that, per village ordinance, a parking ban is in place and no one is allowed to park on village streets between the hours of 2 a.m. until 5:30 a.m. This is done in the winter months to allow the Department of Public Works time to clear snow more easily off the streets after a snow event.
Campbellsport Police Chief Tom Dornbrook wants residents to know that the police department will be strictly enforcing this ordinance this year. Chief Dornbrook stated that they do not want anyone impeding snow removal during the snow ordinance hours, especially be focusing on Main Street.
"Starting November 15th, we are going to start writing overnight parking tickets," Chief Dornbrook said.
Dornbrook knows that this was not enforced as much in the past, but he is planning to have the department focus on parking this year. "For consistency and fairness, this will occur on a more regular basis," Dornbrook said.
The chief stated that his department will be focusing on more enforcement areas in the future.


Campbellsport Community Red Cross Blood Drive

By Andrea Hansen Abler

 The Campbellsport Knights of Columbus will be sponsoring the up coming "Campbellsport Com-munity Red Cross Blood Drive" on Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 12:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Campbellsport Public Library.
Please mark your calendar and plan on responding positively to the plea for blood donation. all types are needed, espically type O-negative. For an appointment, call 1-800-red-cross (1-800-733-2767), or visit redcrossblood.org.
Want to save time donatiing? Try our new rapidpass program. Just go online to redcrossblood.org/rapidpass. Read the information, answer the questions, print the pass or email it to youself and bring to the blood drive. These steps must be done on the day of the drive.
We recognize those who have donated generously in the past, hopefully you can donate again and bring a friend.
Please check these simple requirements to be sure you are eligible. You must be at least 17 years old, (16 year old may donate with a parent) weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good general health. Please bring along either social security card or an identification card.
Home made cookies will be once again part of our lunch!
For further information, or any questions, please call Mike Serwe at 920-533-8114.


Time Traveling To Gettysburg

By Major Van Harl
General Commanding (emeritus) Iron Brigade Association
USAF (retired)

It was the best of times — it was the best of times. The Civil War Time Travelers rolled out at 0-dark-30 from the state that gave the Union the Iron Brigade and headed to the very spot where that same Iron Brigade saved the day and saved the Union while being destroyed in combat — Gettysburg, PA.
This adult field trip into the past was due to the efforts of David Wege, a member of the Civil War Round Table of Milwaukee and an educator of young minds in Waucousta. Rumors have it that Principal Wege has spent a quarter of his adult life tramping the battlefields of Gettysburg, both the commonly known sights and many of the obscure ones sometimes known only to a few.
His in-depth knowledge of the battle at Gettysburg and his other vast wealth of civil war history made for five days of rapid fire question and answer sessions that kept the Time Travelers hungry for more information. 

Time Traveling
Continued on Page 16 if this weeks edition. Plus some great photos of the trip.


In This Week's Edition...

  Katie Patzer and Gabi Danza show off the scarecrow they created for a class project at Campbellsport Elementary School. They named her "Princess Poppy," like the character from the movie Trolls. Their scarecrow and all the others created by fifth grade students are on display outside of the school right now.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

 Archer Lackas, with the help of his dad, fished for a prize at the Campbellsport Public Library's Birthday celebration. For more information about the library, visit our Facebook page.
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