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Village of Oregon

Activists happy
with approved
TIF boundaries
keeping the Magnificent
Trustees Seven seven histor-
also amend ic homes on South Main
Street out of the new TIF
comprehensive plan district.
The Planning Commis-
BILL LIVICK sion met July 13 and vot-
Unified Newspaper Group ed unanimously to recom-
mend the southern bound-
Neighborhood activ- ary line of the new TIF
ists were pleased Monday district be altered to meet
when the Village Board the desires of the Neigh-
agreed to alter the pro- borhood Association. But
posed boundary of a new on Monday, commissioner
t a x - i n c r e m e n t fi n a n c - John Bieno voted against it
ing district and leave the while the rest of the com-
future land-use designa- mission stayed with its
tion for several properties recommendation, which
as either single-family or the Village Board unani-
two-family zoning. mously approved.
In doing so, the recent- Four of the seven histor- Photo by Evan Halpop
ly established South Main ic Main Street homes are RJ Bailey, front, with Jack Patterson in the background, play the marimba at the Shadow Showcase, which hosted bands
Historic Neighborhood from around the country and Canada on Aug. 4 at Oregon High Schools Panther Stadium.

Shadow show
Association succeeded in Turn to TIF/Page 11

Arenas outdoor plan delayed The Oregon High School Drum and Bugle Corps band hosted a national
More showcase photos

With options showcase Aug. 4 at Panther Stadium. Bands from California, New Hampshire, Page 7
too broad, new Whats next Iowa, Texas and Canada performed in the showcase to a large crowd of family,
friends, and fans.
proposal expected The ice arena is ex-
back next month pected to bring a new Oregon School District
proposal for a public
Unified Newspaper Group
hearing at the Sept. 14
Planning Commission Friends seek friends to help fight hunger
meeting. The subject came up of how Ore-
An expansion to add
outdoor fields at the Ore-
Volunteer group enters gons an excellent community, but
there are also some real disadvan-
By the
second year, expands plans
gon Ice Arena was planned
to begin construction this information and a more
taged kids who are not receiving the
same opportunities, she said. numbers
summer. refined plan. A new pro- SCOTT DE LARUELLE It didnt take long for the four to
But the proposal has posal is expected at the Unified Newspaper Group take action. Following their initial In its first year, FOSD gave:
not yet made it through Sept. 14 commission conversation, they held listening
the first stage of village
approval, and this month
At the Aug. 3
What started as a conversation
between Oregon School District
sessions with officials at all district
schools over the next few months,
the Plan Commission moms on solving problems soon finding a clear message from adminis- Snacks
asked yet again for more Turn to Arena/Page 12 turned into an organization that raised trators on where they could help.
Hunger came up as the top priori-
more than $30,000 last year to fight
hunger. ty; the top barrier to learning, Erick- 1,950
Inside Now, The Friends of the Oregon
School District are looking for even
son said. So thats where we decided
to start. Summer school
better results in year two, and some There is a growing need for help, breakfast/snack bags
National Night more people to help them feed kids in as well. Erickson said around 10
Out photos need around the area.
The idea for the group started
years ago, the number of OSD stu-
dents qualifying for free or reduced 960
Page 2 just over a year ago, when Chris- lunch was around 5 percent. Today,
tine Erickson, Krista Flanagan, Julie its around 17 percent; more than 700 Food packs
Swartzmiller and Karin Victorson got students.
to talking while at a meeting for par- This year, the group has expanded 130
ents of Class of 2019 students, Erick-
son told the Observer last week. Turn to Friends/Page 12 Gift cards


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Village of Oregon Town of Rutland
Gravel pit
causes a stir
Unified Newspaper Group

A recently reopened gravel

pit on Center Road in Rut-
land has caused some ques-
tions and concerns among
residents about the increased
volume of truck traffic.
Town Chairman Mark Por-
ter said the town is exploring
its options to regulate the
pits operations.
The pit had not been oper-
ating since around 2000, but
recently reopened to accept
clean fill from nearby con-
struction. Porter said the
owner, Kevin Hahn, has been
cooperative with town resi-
However, hes running a
business and with that comes
a lot of traffic, Porter said.
The topic is on the agen-
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Rutland in brief
Rendering courtesy DM Architecture
A rendering of the future Oregon Splash Pad, which would be located on the west side of the Oregon Community Pool building. The villages Planning Flooding concerns
Commission had positive feedback for the plan at its Aug. 3 meeting. Town Chairman Mark Por-

Splash Pad, hotel get positive feedback

ter said that based on advice
from the town attorney, the
town cannot assist proper-
ty owners with the flooding
SCOTT GIRARD villages history, and oth- Village director of pub- earlier this year on Truman
Unified Newspaper Group er than a few words about lic works Jeff Rau said the In brief parking lot.
Street. Several houses on the
what details to include in site is very well-suited to Main Tap awning street had flooding issues.
An early review of an eventual submission, a hotel, and there are no Main St. landscaping He said the attorney advised
The Main Tap will get a the board the town may not
proposals for a pair of did not have much to say. concerns from staff about The Planning Commis- new awning.
long-discussed projects I t h i n k i t s a g r e a t the concept. perform work on private prop-
sion approved a landscap- The Planning Commis- erty unless there is a direct
brought mostly positive amenity for our commu- With a few small sug- ing plan for the north side sion approved a single
comments from the Plan- nity, and Im glad youre gestions for parking and benefit to the town.
of 125 N. Main St. awning over the Main Street The property owners will
ning Commission. pushing for it, said com- stormwater improvements The owners, Jerry and door and two windows,
Both the splash pad missioner John Bieno. on the site, commissioners be advised that theyll need to
Bonnie Thiel, told the despite the Historic Preser- take action on their own to fix
project and a new hotel The hotel proposal, were otherwise apprecia- commission they want- vation Commissions rec-
proposal were brought in meanwhile, is just down tive of the new effort. the drainage issues, he said.
ed to enhance the entry ommendation for separate
front of the commission the road from where a I applaud you for mov- to downtown. The plan awnings over each. Sealcoating complete
Aug. 3 for a conceptual hotel would have gone ing forward on this and includes vegetation as well Commissioners felt that
discussion. before the deal fell thank you for that, Bieno would make it too busy and The town approved also a
as cobblestone and a foun- lowest bid contract of $70,492
Initial drawings for the through last year. The pro- said. tain. liked a single awning that
splash pad, which the Ore- posal, presented Thursday will be a little taller and fur- from Scott Construction for
Bonnie Thiel added that sealcoating Sunrise Rd., Bass
gon-Brooklyn Optimists by Adam Coyle, whose Contact Scott Girard at it would help keep drivers ther out over the sidewalk
Club began fundraising family owns the land at the directly over the door. Lake Court, a portion of Old
on a safer path as they exit Stage Rd. and Flint Rd. The
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ingham. think this time weve got
A lot of that history it, Coyle told the commis- by calling
is going to be told in the sion.
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Letters to the editor

Public Works needs to maintain city
I read with great interest the maintain the mowing, trim-
commentary about mowing, ming and other necessities.
mosquitoes, and the Public For example, the bridge at the
Works budget. south end of Lerner Conserva-
If, after all the reallocation tion off of Burr Oak has been
of time and resources, the overgrown since at least last
Dept. of Public Works cannot year. I know, I tried to walk
meet the needs of this village, through the brush growing
then it is perhaps past time to through the slats of the bridge.
hire more staff. The village Hire the staff needed, please,
has continued growth on the to get the job done.
west side, and I think we need
to face facts--when we have Marilyn McDole
such growth, we need staff to Village of Oregon

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ecently, the Village of
Oregon and Oregon Pub-
lic Library Boards held
an important and exciting joint
also receiving some county
funding (varies according to
library use). Public Libraries
also have a separate governing
board: the Library Board of
welcoming all to our safe harbor.
I would like to second Dr.
Busler and the Library Boards
sincere thanks to the Village
Board and staff for their com-
pets, for example will not be time to time in an abbreviated
printed. Letters that recount per- form here and will be posted in its The main topic was building Trustees. mitment to collaboration in this
sonal experiences, good or bad, entirety on our websites. a new public library building Most of us have a basic sense process. Likewise, I thank the
in our community, something of what the Village Board is Library Board for their vision
the village has been discuss- and its responsibilities, though and commitment to the librarys
ing for more than a year. Our far fewer have such familiarity future and ensuring that our
boards coming together in this with the Library Board and its decisions are community driven.
way is significant on a number role in our library and commu- Todays libraries are many
of fronts, and nity. Briefly, the Library Board things: community centers,
from my per- decides library policies and learning centers, Third Spaces
Thursday, August 10, 2017 Vol. 133, No. 6 spective, it is services, hires and supervises (social surroundings sepa-
definitely rea- the library director, and controls rate from the two usual social
USPS No. 411-300 son to cheer. (i.e. fiduciary responsibility to environments of home and the
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Boards pref- community library by demon- people of every age and perspec-
Phone: 608-835-6677 FAX: 608-835-0130 erences for strating foresight and a strong tive feel welcome.
e-mail: where, when and even how spirit of cooperation in bringing How better to accomplish such
Circulation customer service: (800) 355-1892 much money might be needed to both parties to the table from an epicenter of local activity and create a new 21st-century library the outset. Dr. Brian Busler, our service to the public where all
This newspaper is printed on recycled paper.
facility to meet our growing Library Board president (hes can converge and grow, than to
communitys needs now and in also superintendent of the Ore- begin with a joint discussion of
the years ahead. Such board- gon School District) thanked the stake holders where a commit-
General Manager Circulation to- board collaboration is a big Village for opening this dialog ment is made to the public to
Lee Borkowski Carolyn Schultz deal because laws governing and shared the librarys strong collaborate and plan together for public libraries in Wisconsin can desire to work collaboratively great success?
News make for much confusion and with the Village in all areas of More information on the
Sales Manager Jim Ferolie even disagreement when care this momentous potential proj- possible new library project Q
Kathy Neumeister is not taken from the beginning ect. and As discussed at the joint Sports
to bring both of these important He also emphasized the meeting can be found at the New
Advertising stakeholders together. Librarys commitment to gather- Library Project link at oregon-
Jeremy Jones
The cooperation is essential ing community input throughout, under About
Dawn Zapp because public libraries such as the years-long process ahead. A the Library. Assistant Editor ours were formed as part of the public library, when done well,
Classifieds Scott Girard local municipality in this case is a community hub driven by Nikki Busch is the director of
Diane Beaman the Village of Oregon and are community needs and desires the Oregon Public Library. Reporters thusly funded by and large by and becomes a focal point of
Samantha Christian, Bill Livick, their parent municipality, while public pride and a flagship
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Wild Oregon and beyond
Hottman to display wildlife photos at Firefly this month subjects are owls and foxes,
and his hope is that through
SAMANTHA CHRISTIAN County and If You Go his work he can instill a
Unified Newspaper Group even a recent sense of wonder of nature
trip to Costa What: Greg Hottman and the importance of hab-
Images of owls, foxes and Rica. photo gallery open house itat protection for these
exotic hummingbirds will I started When: 5-7p.m. Friday, wonderful creatures.
be on display at the Fire- taking pic- Aug. 11 Hottman said hes always
fly Coffeehouse during the tures of war- Where: Firefly Coffee- looking for new photo-
month of August. blers Id see house, 114 N. Main St. graphic opportunities, so
This will be the first art around the people can contact him at
show for Oregon resident house to help Greg Hottman Info: greghottman@ or
and photographer Greg with identifi-
Hottman. He will hold cation, he wrote in his art- Contact Helu Wang at helu.
an open house there from ists statement. One thing
5-7p.m. Friday, Aug. 11, lead to another and now I
when he will be available to enjoy the pursuit of finding Photography has been an
Photo by Greg Hottman
answer questions and talk and photographing birds evolution for me, he wrote.
about his work. that most people would Until recently I referred to On the Web This Eastern screech-owl photo was taken at Anderson Farm
The Cross Plains native rarely see. myself as a picture taker
moved to Oregon 33 years He said his photography since my photographs were To view more of Greg Hottmans
ago, where many of his hobby got more serious mainly used to identify spe- photographs, search members for
photos are taken. Oth- when he purchased his first cies I came across on my greghottman (no space) at:
er images are from Dane digital SLR camera seven hikes.
years ago. H e s a i d h i s f avo r i t e


Photo by Greg Hottman
This fox photo was taken in the Oregon Middle School woods in May 2015, which photographer Greg Hottman regards as
one of his best shots.

Oregon Kids Triathlon Thank you to our 2017

Unified Newspaper Group Bike Safety Rodeo Supporters!
If You Go
With a pool swim, bike and trail run, the
12th Annual Oregon Kids Triathlon will If you go
begin at 7:30a.m., Saturday, Aug. 12. What: Oregon Kids Triathlon Brooklyn Elementary
The race, which includes six age groups
from 5-17 years old, will start at the Ore-
When: 7:30a.m. Saturday, Aug. 12 Netherwood Knoll Elementary
gon Community Pool, 249 Brook St. Where: Oregon Community Pool, 249
Brook St.
Prairie View Elementary
The first- to fifth-place finishers of each
age group will receive awards as well as Info:
participation awards for everyone.
Race director Deb Bossingham told the
Observer the event provides an opportunity
for kids to challenge themselves. and safety guidelines and answer any ques- All Color Powder Coating
This is a challenging course, but we tions.
try to make it doable, Bossingham said. Check-ins,where kids can pick up their Bills Food Center
Completing the course is a big deal for
bib and timing chip, for the event will
begin at 6a.m. Saturday morning.
BMO Harris Bank
Applications closed Wednesday, Aug. 9, Part of North Oak Street will be closed Country View Veterinary Service
with 472 kids signed up by Aug. 4. Boss- from 7:30a.m. to noon. Bossingham
ingham said all spots were sold out in reminded drivers to slow down and be Cousins Subs
mid-July in the past nine years. Partici- aware of the children on race day.
All proceeds will go toward the Oregon Oregon Rotary Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.
pants have increased from 300 to 500 since
the first triathlon in 2006. Community Swim Club and improvements First Business Bank
Prior to the race, three 20-minute orien- to the pool, which was built in 1989. Sponsors of
tations will be held. One will be at 6p.m., Bossingham is grateful to the 200 volun- Kwik Trip
Friday, Aug.11, and the other two will be teers and sponsors. The Oregon Bike Rodeo and Normandy Resources
at 7a.m. and 8a.m. on the race day. The entire community comes together Other Community Projects
The Friday orientation will be at the to make this happen. This is a big under- State Bank of Cross Plains - Oregon
Oregon Fire and EMS building, 131 Spring taking, she said. We want to keep this
St. The Saturday orientations will be held as an annual community event tradition of Elementary School Teachers
outside the main pool entrance, the area Oregon. Parent and Rotary Volunteers
between the pool and Netherwood Knoll Contact Helu Wang at
Elementary School. Triathlon representa- com.
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Coming up Churches
All Saints Lutheran Church Good Shepherd Lutheran
Coloring group from 6-8 p.m. Block Out Cancer fundraiser 2951 Chapel Valley Rd., Fitchburg Church ECLA
The schedule is Aug. 15 with Red (608) 276-7729 Central Campus: Raymond Road and
The senior center will offer an adult Hot Horn Dawgs after a 6-6:45 p.m. Headquarters Bar and Restaurant, Interim pastor Whitney Way
coloring group at 12:30 p.m. the fourth performance by Academy of Sound 101 Concord Dr., will host a volleyball SUNDAY SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
Thursday of each month. students with food by Lil Buddys; tournament to raise funds for cancer 8:30 a.m. classic service SUNDAY - 8:15, 9:30 and10:45 a.m.
Coloring materials are provided. Just research starting at 12:15 Sunday, Aug. 10:45 a.m. new song service Worship West Campus: Corner of Hwy.
and Aug. 22 with Back 40 and food by PD and Nine Mound Road, Verona
come to relax your mind, tap into your Ziggys. 13, with The Zone Fitness and Train- Brooklyn Lutheran Church SUNDAY - 9 &10:15 a.m., 6 p.m.
creativity and spend time with others. For information, visit oregonwi. ing. 101 Second Street, Brooklyn Worship (608) 271-6633
For information, call 835-5801. com. Rec league rules will be used. Teams (608) 455-3852
must have six players and be co-ed. Pastor Rebecca Ninke Hillcrest Bible Church
School supplies Stuff the Bus Registration is $125 per team and all SUNDAY 752 E. Netherwood, Oregon
9 a.m. Holy Communion Eric Vander Ploeg, Lead Pastor
The senior center is partnering with The Oregon/Brooklyn Lions Club proceeds benefit the University of 10 a.m. Fellowship (608) 835-7972,
the Oregon Youth Center to gather will be collecting school supplies for Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center SUNDAY
school supply donations for kids in the for Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer Community of Life Lutheran 8:30 a.m. worship at the Hillcrest
the Oregon School District at Wal- Church Campus and 10:15 a.m. worship with
Oregon School District who need them greens from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Research and Awareness in partnership
PO Box 233, Oregon Childrens ministries, birth 4th grade
most. Aug. 12. with One Woman, Many Lakes. (608) 286-3121, office@
Most wanted items are pocket fold- Visitors are able to get a free hot dog For information, visit oregonkidstri. Holy Mother of Consolation
ers, washable markers, scissors, high- and chips. They will be accepting all com. Pastor Jim McCoid Catholic Church
lighters, glue sticks, Scotch tape, col- SUNDAY 651 N. Main Street, Oregon
ored pencils, No. 2 pencils, wide-ruled
school supplies. Girl Strong class 10 a.m. Worship at 1111 S. Perry Pastor: Fr. Gary Wankerl
For information, visit lions-oregon- Parkway, Oregon (608) 835-5763
spiral notebooks, loose leaf paper, The Zone Fitness will offer class-
3-by-5-inch index cards, fine-tipped es to encourage physical and mental Brooklyn Community United SATURDAY: 5 p.m. Worship
dry erase markers, 1-inch binders and Prairie project wellness for young girls Aug. 15-16, at Methodist Church SUNDAY: 8 and 10:15 a.m. Worship
1/2-inch binders. Donations will be The Zone Fitness and Training, 280 W. 201 Church Street, Brooklyn
Anderson Park Friends will coordi- (608) 455-3344 Peoples United Methodist
collected at the senior center until Fri- nate a volunteer work day focusing on Netherwood Road. Pastor George Kaminski Church
day, Aug. 18. forest restoration and prairie develop- The classes are scheduled 9 a.m. to SUNDAY 103 North Alpine Parkway, Oregon
For information, call 835-5801. 4 p.m. Aug. 15 for 4K to second grade 9 a.m. Worship (Nov.-April) Pastor Jason Mahnke
ment from 8-10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 10:30 a.m. Worship (May-Oct.) (608)835-3755,
and Aug. 16 for third to sixth grade.
Sounds of Summer 12, at Anderson Farm County Park,
Classes include self defense, box-
Communion is the 1st & 3rd weekend
914 Union Road. Faith Evangelical Lutheran SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
The Sounds of Summer concerts Newcomers are welcome. Anderson ing, mindfulness and yoga, nutrition Church SUNDAY - 9 a.m. Worship and Sunday
return to Waterman Triangle Park from and healthy snack creation. There will 143 Washington Street, Oregon school; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Park Friends Inc. will provide training, (608) 835-3554
7-8 p.m. Tuesdays through Aug. 22 equipment and safety gear. be guest speakers, including Madison Interim pastor St. Johns Lutheran Church
(no concert Aug. 1). The rain location For information, visit andersonpark- Police Officer Theresa Magyera. SUNDAY - 9 a.m. Worship 625 E. Netherwood, Oregon
is Rome Corners Intermediate School. Registration is $55 per child and Holy Communion 2nd & last Pastor Paul Markquart (Lead Pastor)
Food and soft drinks will be offered is required. A Girl Strong t-shirt is Sundays (608) 835-3154
included with the fee. WEDNESDAY - 6 p.m. Worship
First Presbyterian Church SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
408 N. Bergamont Blvd. (north of SUNDAY - 9 a.m. Worship
CC), Oregon, WI
(608) 835-3082 - Vineyard Community Church
Community calendar Pastor Kathleen Owens
Oregon Community Bank & Trust, 105
S. Alpine Parkway, Oregon - Bob Groth,
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Thursday, August 10 Walgreens parking lot, lions-ore- 131 W. Richards Road 10:15 a.m. Sunday School (608) 513-3435, welcometovineyard.
2-4 p.m., Escape room (ages 6-8 p.m., Sounds of Summer 11 a.m. Fellowship com
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835-3656 Players presents Sondheim on dents and Red Hot Horn Dawgs, Zwingli United Church of Christ
Sondheim ($17, $15 seniors and Waterman Triangle Park, oregonwi. Fitchburg Memorial UCC
Friday, August 11 5705 Lacy Road, Fitchburg Paoli
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5-7 p.m., Greg Hottman photo 113 S. Main St., org Rev. Sara Thiessen
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113 S. Main St., Sondheim ($17, $15 seniors and Alcoholics Anonymous Relationship & Divorce
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Saturday, August 12 Noon to 6 p.m., Oregon School meeting, First Support Group, State
113 S. Main St., Presbyterian Church, Bank of Cross Plains,
6:30 a.m. to noon, Oregon Kids District Registration, high school,
Triathlon, Oregon Pool, oregonkid- Tuesday, August 15 835-9094 every Monday and every other Monday at 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Girl Strong Friday at 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
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Supper and Support, Senior Center, every
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Community cable listings Senior center every month from 6-7:30 Navigating Life Elder
Monday, August 14 Monday, August 14 p.m., Sienna Crest, 845 Support Group, Peoples
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Mixed Vegetables 1:00 Get Fit Thursday of each month
Thursday, Aug. 10 Monday, Aug. 14 Tropical Fruit Cup 1:30 Bridge at 1:30 p.m.
WOW: Village of WOW: Village & School Rye Bread 3:30 Weight Loss Support
Oregon Board Meeting Board Joint Meeting LIVE Choc. Ice Cream Tuesday, August 15 Getting Our Lives in Order
(of Aug. 7) 5pm VO- Au Gratin with Soy Meat 8:30 Zumba Gold Advanced I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should
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Community Band (of Board Joint Meeting LIVE Beefy Mac-N-Cheese 9:45 Zumba Gold Psalm 32:8 NIV
June 6) 5pm Carrots 10:30 Parkinsons Exercise
Friday, Aug. 11 Tuesday, Aug. 15 Apple 11:30 Silver Threads If you are unhappy with your life, or with certain
WOW: Progressives WOW: Road to Strawberry Shortcake 12:30 Sheepshead aspects of it and everyone has some area of their life
Open Mic @ Firefly (of Recovery: Criminal With Topping 12:30 Shopping at Pick-N-Save that needs work perhaps it is because you have tried
Aug 4) Justice Reform VO- Mac-N-Cheese 5:30 StrongWomen to manage it by yourself. It might relieve you to know
ORE: OHS Band ORE: Oregon/ Wednesday, August 16 7:00 Sounds of Summer that God has a better plan for your life than you do,
Concert (of June 1) Stoughton Rugby Club Chicken Cacciatore Concert at Triangle Park and it takes a lot of the pressure off ourselves when we
Saturday, Aug. 12 v. Lake Country (of April Egg Noodles Wednesday, August 16 decide to live by Gods plan. We arent responsible for
WOW: Oregon 11) Pea Salad 9:00 CLUB our being here, since none of us created ourselves, and
Community Band (of Wednesday, Aug.16 Diced Peaches 9:00 Cards with Katie so it shouldnt surprise us to realize that our Creator
June 6) WOW: National Night Whole Wheat Bread 9:00 Wednesday Walkers already has a plan for us. We should of course take
ORE: Oregon/ Out (of Aug. 1) Sherbet 1:00 Euchre some responsibility for our own well-being, striving
Stoughton Rugby Club v. ORE: Oregon/ VO- Soy Meat Sauce 1:00 Get Fit to be as happy, healthy and virtuous as possible, but
Waukesha (of April 7) Stoughton Rugby Club v. Thursday, August 17 Thursday, August 17 putting the responsibility for our entire life and life plan
Sunday, Aug. 13 Muskego (of May 3) **My Meal, My Way Lunch 8:30 Zumba Gold Advanced on ourselves is too heavy a burden. It is folly to try to
WOW: St. Johns Thursday, Aug. 17 at Ziggys Smokehouse (drop in 9:00 Pool Players be the engineer and director of our own lives. Many
Lutheran Church Service WOW: Village & School between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.) 9:45 Zumba Gold of us have lived poorly by following our own path and
ORE: Oregon Library: Board Joint Meeting (of Friday, August 18 10:30 StrongWomen need some help from God to get it together. Consider
Mad Scientist @ PVE (of Aug. 14) Beef Burrito Bake 12:30 Shopping at Bills Gods word as a users manual for how to get your
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Sept. 5 at Monroe 6 p.m. Aug. 29 at Monroe 4:15 p.m. Aug. 31 at Monona Grove 7 p.m.
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Madison International Speedway

Wilberg back in victory lane for Late Models at MIS

One of the winningest drivers career wins at Madison in sever- Mike Taylor of Stoughton won It was his second victory of the com.
in the history of Madison Inter- al divisions over the past 25 five the 20-lap feature for the Daves 2017 season. Racing continues on Friday,
national Speedway was back in years. White Rock Sportsman. Aug. 11 with action in the Late
victory lane Friday as Bobby Wil- Dale Nottestad of Cambridge Terry Wangsness of Jefferson Robinson rolls to Hobby Models, Sportsman, and Ban-
berg of Beloit won the 30-lap fea- won his second Badgerland Chal- won the Badgerland Challenge Stock checkered flag dits, featuring double features for
ture for the Whelen All American lenge Championship in the Late Championship for the Sportsman all three divisions. The Legends
NASCAR Late Models. Models. The Challenge is a division. He also was the winner Jim Robinson of Beloit won the and Bandoleros will also be in
Wilberg started ninth in the three race event pitting drivers in 2015. 25-lap feature for the Benninger action as part of Kids Night that
27-car field en route to his victo- from Slinger, Jefferson and Mad- Concrete Hobby Stocks on the includes bike and big wheel races
ry. ison. Dickson takes care of the famed Ring of Fire. Dan Sny- on the track for the kids plus free
der of Stoughton won the overall
For the 12-time track champion
Taylor takes home win Bandits points championship for the two
admission for those 11 years old
it was his first trip to the winners and younger.
Steve Dickson of Rockton, Ill., race series.
circle after several strong runs number two at Madison won the 20-lap feature for the Complete race report and full
this season. Wilberg has over 60 - John Wells
For the second time this season, Pellitteri Waste Systems Bandits. results available at misracing.

Volleyball Golf
Candell ties
for 20th at
Morgan Stanley
O r eg o n H i g h S c h o o l
senior Ryan Candell tied
for 20th July 30-31 in the
Morgan Stanley Champi-
onship at The Bog Golf
Course in Saukville.
Candell finished with
a 163 (83-80) to tie with
Drew Arndt (Madison).
Brock Hlinak (Kaukau-
na) won the meet with a
1-under 143 (68-75).
Hlinak is fourth in the
Player of the Year stand-
ings with 1,001.88 points.
Piercen Hunt (Hartland)
leads with 1,260.77 points.
Candell is 43rd with
212.5 points.

- Anthony Iozzo

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Sport shorts
12th annual Kids Tri-
Panthers win varsity summer league athlon set for Saturday
The Oregon High School varsity volleyball team finished fourth (out of 34 teams) in the Capital Volleyball Academy Varsity Summer League.
The Oregon Communi-
Team members (front, from left) are: Morgan Swenson, Leah Rogers, Erin Flanagan, Emily Konop and Lexi Karls; (back) Erin Wriedt, Lauren Spierings, ty Swim Clubs 12th annual
Rachel Schofield, Bekken Pearson, Alyssa Milski and Jenna Igl; (not pictured) Bailey Gable, Brooke Mussehl and Sydona Roberts. Oregon Kids Triathlon is Sat-
Children ages 5- through
Golf 17-years old will compete in
swimming, biking and run

Oregon girls varsity season gets underway Thursday at Edelweiss Golf Course courses, in that order. The
first swimmer will begin at
The Oregon High School girls golf The Panthers also travel to Yaha- a.m. Monday for the Stoughton Tuesday, Aug. 15, against Madison The event takes place at the
team begins the 2017 varsity season ra Hills Golf Course at 9 a.m. Fri- invite. Edgewood at Foxboro Golf Club. Oregon Swim Pool with the
at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the Verona day for the Edgewood invite and Oregon opens the Badger South A season preview will be in next biking portion going from the
invite at Edelweiss Golf Course. to Coachmans Golf Resort at 8:30 Conference dual season at 9 a.m. weeks Observer. pool and as far as Schuster
Road and back.
The running course is
Swimming around Jaycee Park from the
pool to Netherwood Knoll

OCSC swimmers compete at 13-and-over state championships Elementary School.

There will be participation
awards, T-shirts, goody bags
The Oregon Community Swim Club sent and was 38th in both the 200 back (2:37.81) Jane-Isabella Ciambrone, 13, in the 400 free and age-group awards.
eight athletes to the 13-and-over state swim- and 200 individual medley (2:43.21). She add- relay and finished 23rd in 4:27.21. The event is limited to 515
ming championships Aug. 3-6 at the Walter ed a 56th place in the 100 back in 1:14.38. Rule, Schwartz and Anderson also teamed up registrants.
Schroeder Aquatic Center in Brown Deer. Claudia Schwartz, 13, competed in three with Gracie Riedl, 13, in the 800 free relay and No registrations were
Jenna Dobrinsky, 15, led the girls qualifiers, individual events. She was 23rd in the 400 took 22nd in 9:50.73. accepted after August 1st.
competing in five events. Dobrinskys highest IM in 5:47.49 and 42nd in the 100 butterfly David Stevenson, 13, was the lone boy quali- If the event has not reached
finish was ninth in the 1,500-meter freestyle in (1:12.73). Schwartz was also 71st in the 100 fier, and he competed in two events. its capacity of 500 athletes,
18 minutes, 52.8 seconds. back in 1:16.79. Stevenson finished 30th in the 100 breast in registrations will be accepted
Dobrinsky added a 14th place in the 400 free Mattea Thomason, 14, raced in two individu- 1:22.61, and he took 43rd in the 500 free in on the day of the race for $45.
in 4:54.74, and she was 15th in the 800 free in al events. Thomason was 31st in the 200 breast- 28.93. T-shirts will be available
9:53.72. stroke in 3:06.64 and 40th in the 100 breast in OCSC finished 29th as a team with 14 points. for purchase on race day for
Dobrinsky was also 20th in the 200 back- 1:26.42. Elmbrook Swim Club won the meet with 949 $12.
stroke (2:34.56) and was 27th in the 50 free Rule, Thomasen and Schwartz joined Rially points. If you have any questions
(28.89). Anderson, 13, in the 200 medley relay and fin- or would like more informa-
Zoe Rule, 14, competed in four individual ished 22nd in 2:15.51. - Anthony Iozzo tion, please email us at ore-
events. Rule was 22nd in the 50 back in 33.76, Rule, Schwartz and Anderson then joined
10 August 10, 2017 Oregon Observer

Library pajama antics

Kids ages 7 and under celebrated Elephant and Piggie
during a Pajama Antics event at the library July 17. The
evening included a puppet show, stories, songs and activ-
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didnt want their properties
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Officials also listened to
village planning consul-
tants, who explained the
rationale behind the new
TIF district and changes to
the comprehensive plan.
The new TID 5 overlays
an existing TIF district
downtown TID 3 and
was created because the
existing district was not
generating enough new tax
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The approved TID 5 southern boundary is just north of Elm Street. The original proposal had
the boundary at Washington Street, but residents rallied against that based on concerns their
revenue or increment
to pay debts it had accu-
historic houses in that neighborhood would be removed for redevelopment. Tailored estate plans to
Washington Street with
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encourage new develop-
Getting these homes He added, technically,
the southern TID 5 bound- being in the TID is a ben- meet your specific needs
ment along Market Street out of TID 5 doesnt ary, explained village plan- efit, but it was perceived as
and the northern end of the
village over the next 20 to
necessarily stop ner Mike Slavney. The a threat.
planning consultants got WILLS, TRUSTS,
them (the Thiels)
25 years.
That could also happen from trying to move
ahead of the feelings of the
Contact Bill Livick at bill. POWERS OF
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northern boundary. Its east- didnt want to be included
For all families, new and current
west boundaries are narrow in the new TID. They were Oregon High School
through the center of the concerned about the poten- 456 North Perry Parkway
village and include all of tial for redevelopment of
the downtown area. Those the neighborhood if their Thursday, August 17 12:00-6:30 pm
boundaries widen out at properties were included in Tuesday, August 22 12:00-6:30 pm
the districts northern and TID 5 and rezoned to a cat-
southern ends. egory called Central Mixed Special Time for Kindergarten students,
Proponents of the Use. both days, 11:00 -12:00
new TID argued that Under the adopted TID
if the homes that were 5 boundaries, the 160 and Pictures for ID cards will be taken.
removed from the prelim- 170 S. Main St. proper- Health Forms available.
inary boundaries had been ties are excluded from the What you need and nothing more.
Computers available for info updates or info
included, they could have TID, along with all the oth-
qualified in the future for er Main Street properties can be updated online:,
fi n a n c i a l a s s i s t a n c e i n south of Ziggys restaurant. Campus Portal. If you need a password, Initial consultation is free.

repairing and rehabbing When we reviewed the Santulli Schudda and Cox Law Offices LLC
the buildings. technical data, we thought email
Opponents asked for the we could go south to
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Friends: Volunteer groups second year efforts will focus on experiential equity
Continued from page 1 On the web of nutrition is not met (and) the

their programs to include expe- Find out more about the Friends of Oregon School District at:
Identifying snacks allow us to meet that need
to optimize learning for those stu-
riential equity to help students
participate in events they might district dents.
Oregon Middle School princi-
not otherwise be able to.
District superintendent Bri-
or challenges pal Shannon Anderson said around
40 students were able to have dai-
an Busler said the groups work According to the FOSD, the ly snacks at the school last year
matches the districts core value basic need barriers to learn- through the program, which had a
of providing an equitable educa- ing in the district fall into four positive effect on their learning.
tional experience for all students. It could be something as little as The students really appreciat-
helping fund a yearbook, or some- categories:
Their work is a shining exam-
ple that our community has lead-
How to help
body might not have field trip mon- Hunger
ed being able to pick out a healthy
snack every day, and having a
ers who are willing to support and To donate or for information on ey or it could be cap and gown or Transportation mid-morning snack helped them to
help young people, he said in an how to volunteer, visit friendso- an athletic pass, she said. Were Technology stay focused and engaged in their
email to the Observer. I view this or email friendsofore- working on those details. morning classes, she wrote the
To help meet the growing Adult Role Models/Mentors
group as a treasured asset in our Observer in an email.
community. demand, the Friends are also look- Brooklyn Elementary Principal
The group will also have a booth ing for more volunteers, both to At OHS, for instance, associate Kerri Modjeski credited the group
Steady delivery at Oregon High School regis- donate and, increasingly, to pro- principal Dan Rikli takes care of for creating a terrific system for
tration, set for noon to 6p.m., vide needed boots on the ground, handing out the snacks, she said, delivering snacks to the school.
To help those students in partic-
ular, the Friends set up three pro- Thursday, Aug. 17 Erickson said. which has an added advantage. It has been fantastic to see kids
grams last year, which will con- It takes considerable financial Kids find him, they know in and out throughout the school
tinue in the 2017-18 school year: those days were able to eat on days support from the community to theyre there and he develops that day to get the food they need to sus-
Adopt-a-Kids Lunch Balance, off from school, Erickson said. make it work; its pricey, she said. personal relationship with them, tain them in between meals, she
Healthy Snacks and the Foodpack For this years summer school, they Thats a big thing this year now she said. Every schools system is said in an email to the Observer.
Project. delivered 1,950 breakfast and snack that we have the system in place, different, but our goal is they have And all from a conversation
The lunch balance program lets bags. were going to start asking for what they need, theyre not paying between concerned parents.
people donate online to the FOSD Its been an absolutely amaz- people who are actually going to for it out-of-pocket, and theyre We are four moms, really
Food Fund while making a deposit ing, amazing first year, said Erick- help us with snack delivery, or food establishing those relationships we call ourselves the founders,
in their childs food service account son, the groups spokesperson. break. We didnt ask for that last with maybe the more at-risk kids Erickson said. We have kids in
through OSDs Campus Portal. The We really want to make a point of year because we didnt have the and form that bond and mitigate the district and we saw a need.
snacks program offers funding and/ thanking the community for their system set yet this year well be some of the things. With all the terrible things in the
or snacks for students during the contribution, and the way the com- asking for a little more than that. Rikli called the group invaluable world, heres this community
school day, while the Foodpack munity has embraced and wrapped Natural partnership partners with the high school, and thats circling around our kids and
project provides food and gift cards its arms around these kids. It has said their efforts without question just loving them and appreciating
when school is on break. just been phenomenal and we are Erickson credited district offi- have made a significant difference what weve got here. Its so phe-
Last year, the Friends delivered so thankful for that. cials for being receptive to the idea for our students. nomenal.
22,000 snacks, 960 food packs While the first year exceeded and so willing to make things Their generosity has touched
(during school breaks), and each expectations, the group has set even work at the various schools, which the lives of OHS students in ways Email Unified Newspaper Group
school received 130 gift cards from higher goals for this school year. all have slightly different distribu- not possible without their support, reporter Scott De Laruelle at
Bills Food Center so kids that They will add a fourth initiative to tion systems. All deliveries so he wrote the Observer in an
would normally only eat at school help provide some experiential far have come from the found- email. We know that learning is
equity for students, Erickson said. ing four, though. compromised when the basic need

Arena: Proposal would add baseball field, volleyball courts, food stand
Continued from page 1 that are proposed up to events, then converting it to
1,000 persons, Slavney a more permanent status.
commission meeting, vil- said. Theres a disconnect We c o u l d c a r ve o u t
lage planner Mike Slavney between providing on-site the ability to ask for
recommended denying the parking and the intensity of those things and get them
proposal, which would events that are proposed. reviewed on a case-by-case
add a mini-baseball field, Cowan explained that the basis, Slavney explained.
two sand volleyball courts, requested activities, which Typically, the first one
fencing and a food and bev- included concerts, festi- is done for a year, and
erage stand to the north side vals and swap meets, were if a good track record is
of the facility. only listed after the village established, a community
Slavney explained that had advised him at the July becomes more open to say-
his concerns were most- meeting to include any pos- ing you can do that every
ly over the broad set of sible activity he could think year.
potential activities ice arena of. He also advised Cowan
manager Ben Cowan had I have no intention of to clean up some of the
requested in his submis- doing a swap meet, but I alleged violations of his
sion, along with activities put it in there just in case, current zoning code, which
currently going on outside Cowan said. Our thing is village director of public
of the arenas zoning and a outdoor sports, and then we works Jeff Rau mentioned
lack of parking to support want to do music concerts. in a memo to commis-
the number of people allow- Architect Jeff Groenier, sioners in early July. That
able under the proposed who is working with Cow- includes vehicle storage,
agreement. an on the proposal, added repair and an electronics
I r e m a i n ve r y c o n - that the ice arena has an dumpster. Cowan said he
cerned that we have 149 agreement with the Oregon was like halfway there in
on-site parking spaces and School district to use park- Plan courtesy Village of Oregon taking care of those viola-
yet we still have events ing at the school, which The proposed mini baseball field and sand volleyball courts would be to the north of the cur- tions.
rent facility. Cowan agreed to with-
draw the proposal, which
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brings the total number of was not entirely clear, he like baseball and volley- allowed the commission
spots accessible to 314. was unable to support the ball. Then, Cowan could and Village Board to avoid
He also clarified that the agreement as it was written. apply for individual permits voting on it, and bring back
1,000-person limit would Right now, I think the ahead of the three or four a new proposal for a public
apply to the facility as a state of the submittals is concerts he said he wants to hearing.
whole, not separately for such that I saw some real host each year. Well try again next
indoor and outdoor events. wildcard potential, he He suggested a similar month, he said.
Slavney said that infor- explained. arrangement to how the
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tle more comfortable with an to narrow the list of license last year first
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Oregon History
100 years ago (1917) the Dane County Council manager for Tuloma, stat- 25 years ago (1992) president; Gary Kjellstrom, their bikes and helmets
of Defense. The council ed that the store would be vice-president and general inspected.
Twenty-eight residents sent a letter to every sher- providing LP services and The circus train passed manager; Charlie Rowland, Village President Steve
attended the annual school iff, deputy sheriff, town appliances to the area res- through Oregon on July plant superintendent; Don Staton presented retiring
meeting. They approved a constable, village marshal idents. A new aluminum 7 on its 222-mile jour- Forkner, vice-president of public works employee Jer-
budget of $6,500 for school and to the chiefs of police facade was installed on the ney from the Circus World marketing and sales; and ry Swinehart with a Certifi-
purposes for the ensuing in Madison and Stoughton, front. They were expect- Museum in Baraboo to the Mark Mortensen, produc- cate of Appreciation for his
school year and elected P. declaring that every able ed to open for business by annual circus parade in Mil- tion manager. work for the department.
L. Pasley district clerk. The bodied man and boy over Sept. 1. waukee held July 12. A committee was Jerry was hired in August of
current census shows that 16 years of age in Dane Co. Marvin Jensen Dr. Gilman Voss was formed to solicit and collect 1991.
there were 108 boys and must work. This means the announced that he will be selected to become the new possible names for the new Families of the Alpine
108 girls of school age in rich mans son supported in closing the J & W Super- principal for Oregon High middle school being built Meadows subdivision
the district. idleness as well as the poor ette as of Aug. 1. He had School. on Pleasant Oak Drive. helped build a park for their
S o f u s O l s o n , h av - mans. Failure to comply run the independent gro- The Straw Hat Players Members of the commit- area.
ing recently purchased with the law could result in cery store for the past 13 celebrated their 10th anni- tee were Jerry Connelly, The Rome Corners
the opera house, has now three months of hard labor. years. Marvin, in partner- versary with a production of Nathan Mahr, Doug Paul- Intermediate School math
moved from Madison and is The memorial gift to ship with Donn Wheeler, Grease. The cast included son, Pete Taylor, Sue Suing, team competed at the
occupying rooms above the Oregon High School from purchased the store in 1954 Chad Grote (Danny Zuko); Ken Wundrow, Ev Zibell, UW-Madison. Members of
opera house. the graduating class has from Arthur Ames who Jason McPherson (Doody); Marcy Larson, Dick Schul- the team were Tim Fallon,
The Oregon Defense arrived too late for the had run the business since Joel Kapusta (Kenickie); tz, Shirley Erfurth and Luke Davis, Pierce Peter-
League was organized by class commencement. The 1937. Later, in 1956, Jen- Chris Brown (Roger); Lar- Dale Schulz. son, Kyle Webber, Morgan
local businessmen for the gift, a photo of the Nation- sen bought out his partner. ry Serna (Sonny); Libby A Brunner Furniture McCorkle, Eric Peterson,
purpose of assisting area al Capital, will be hung in The Main Tap occupies the Kress (Sandy); Beth Rufer Outlet Store, managed by Zack Petrie and Madeline
farmers with their crops. the schools main room. It building today. (Rizzo); and he rest of the Gail Tomich, opened at Vogt.
Many were short of help was now on display in the About 120 electors Pink Ladies, Jennifer Klass, 114 North Main Street. The The Oregon Bandits
because of the wartime store window of Cowdrey attended the annual school M a rg e M a c h , a n d J e n i Brunner family has oper- U10 girls soccer team won
draft. J. S. Cusick was & Buche. meeting. The annual bud- Nichols. Those working on ated a store in Hartford for their final game at the Ore-
elected chairperson of g e t o f $ 1 , 4 0 7 , 9 7 0 wa s the production were Jace the past 20 years. gon Internationale Soccer
the organization and E. F. 50 years ago (1967) approved and Cletus Byrne Nichols (director); Kurt Tournament, defeating the
Kramer, secretary. Their J e a n D e H av e n s of Brooklyn was reelected Schnabel (designer); Jeanne 10 years ago (2007) Superior Wave 97.
goal was to solicit pledges 20-mule team wagon train to the school board. Elect- Jacques OMalley (produc- T h e Vi l l a g e B o a r d T h e Vi l l a g e B o a r d
of hourly labor from local passed through the village ed to the district board for er); Louise Uphoff (stage approved about $150,000 in approved establishing a
business owners. The ini- on its way to the Montreal the first time was Edward manager); Patricia Gullo street repairs which includ- third voting location. A
tial result was that 20 local Expo 67. The train had left Lawry. The highlight of the Hetland (music director) ed portions of Dunn Ave- contract with Peoples Unit-
businesses made pledges. Death Valley, California in meeting was the adoption and Julie Brindley (chore- nue, Dale Drive, Washing- ed Methodist Church was
Some of those pledging April of 1966. Traveling at of a resolution commend- ographer) ton Street and Union Street. being pursued.
were Richard & Cusick a rate of about three miles ing Mrs. Ruth T. Ames for A groundbreaking cer- Members of the Irish El Rio Grande Mexican
(20 hrs.), Fincher Bros. (15 per hour, the expectation is her 32 years of service on emony was held for the music group, Rising Gael, Restaurant located at 1075
hrs.), E. G. Booth & Son that it will reach Montreal the school board during Rolling Meadows Develop- gave a free concert in the Park Street closes after
(10 hrs.), Arthur Criddle (5 about Oct. 1. which she also served as the ment. Those participating Waterman Triangle Park. eight months.
hrs.) and Bank of Oregon (5 T h e Vi l l a g e B o a r d boards clerk. The newly included members of the Their latest CD, These Peter Kissling came in
hrs.). approved plans to combine elected member, Edward Rolling Meadows Housing City Walls, was named first place, Caroline Sauers,
The stockholders of the the water and sewer depart- Lawry, will be assuming the Board, Nell Mally, Chuck Best World Album at the second place and Maranda
Oregon Creamery Com- ments into one utility. The duties of district clerk. Cell, Ken Robert, Keith 2007 Madison Area Music Ricker, third place, com-
pany voted to grant a one- Board also voted to finance Those placing in the Gerry, Jane Johnson, and Awards. Members of the pleting the culminating race
year lease to the Wiscon- a new village well and res- Jaycee Junior State Track Dick Lindberg, along with local area group were Jeff of the Fourth Annual C/C/
sin Dairy Products Co., ervoir, and to make neces- Meet were Paula Meidl Jerry Luebke (Community Olson, Peter Tissot, Katie Distance Running Clinic
operating an evaporated sary sewer improvements to (sixth in the long jump); National Bank); Bill Kortte Dionne, Erin Ellison and held at Jaycee Park in Ore-
milk plant in Stoughton. provide for its expansion. John Dahlke (fourth in the (village president); Kjell Leah Shea. gon.
The change would provide Street improvements mile run); Dave Griffith Kaashagen (builder); and OHS graduating seniors The Oregon High
creamery patrons a better were made throughout (second in the shot put); Dwaine Kieler (architectur- that had participated in School Marching band fin-
price for their milk. The the Village. Curb and gut- Mike ONeill (fifth in the al design consultant). FCCLA (Family Career ished a successful season,
products of the local com- ters were completed on 440); and Karen Garvoil- Genesis Housing V at and Community Leaders capturing second place out
pany had previously been East Lincoln Street while le,(fourth in the 440 run). 250 South Oak Street was of America) were Michelle of eight open class bands in
shipped to the Bowman Co. work on improvements and Ruth E. (Olsen) Smith completed and was accept- Grantin, Leslie Cifuen- the Mid-America Compet-
in Chicago. A. C. Hills- extensions were being made was honored on her retire- ing occupancy applica- tes, Jessica Wendt, Car- ing Band Directors Associ-
tad and Geo. Johnson were on Orchard Drive, Perry ment from the General Tele- tions. li VanSteenderen, Nikki ation Grand Championships
retained by the company to Parkway, Gail Court and phone Co. (previously the Groundbreaking cer- OBrien, Cate Chaptman, held in Calgary, Alberta,
look after the local opera- Birch Court, as well as two Commonwealth Telephone emonies were held for Erin Jenkins and Sonja Canada. They also received
tions. blocks of Oak Street and a Co.) after over 30 years the expansion of WISCO Saxe. Lynn Buyarski was High Honors for Best Visu-
Wilmer Jensen, son of block on Park and Water- of service to Oregon area Industries at their Janesville the programs advisor. al General Effect and Best
Peter Jensen, enlisted in man Streets. customers. She was hired Street location. The expan- Sean Bull and Sydney Percussion.
the armed services and is The former Matt in 1937 as a relief opera- sion will provide an addi- Copus were the winners of
stationed at Jefferson Bar- Edwards Electric building tor, and from there went on tional 18,000 feet for new new bikes in the Oregon Submitted by the Oregon
racks, in Missouri. He has (now occupied by Bergey to hold several positions, equipment to produce met- Rotary Bike Rodeo. The Area Historical Society.
been assigned to a field Jewelry Store) was pur- i n c l u d i n g n i g h t o p e r a- al stampings at a high level nearly 50 kids participating The OAHS museum is open
artillery unit. chased by Lease-Bavery tor, cashier/chief operator, of quality. WISCO officers were required to perform Tues-days from 10 a.m. to
No loafing in Dane Builders of Oregon and cashier, and business office participating in the ceremo- seven riding skills, com- 4 p.m. and Saturdays from
County! So announces, leased to the Tuloma Gas service representative. ny were Elving Kjellstrom, plete a written test and have noon to 4 p.m.
John S. Donald, chairman Company. Ray Emling, area

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The South Main Street Historic Neighborhood held its 11th
Legals annual block party on July 29.

TOWN OF OREGON WI 53575. The request is to create one 8. Discussion and possible Action proval of Agenda
buildable lot and rezone property from re: Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) AGENDA
PARK COMMITTEE AGENDA A-1 Ex to A-2(8) on 8.9 acres. Owner and and RH policy 1f. A. 5:00 6:30PM Joint Meeting with
MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 2017 applicant is John Brown, 1611 County 9. Discussion and possible Action Village of Oregon and Oregon School
6:30PM Highway D, Oregon, WI 53575. re: Review of the Town Comprehensive District
An effort has been made to notify Plan. 1. The Boards will update each other

block party
neighbors of this proposed change. To 10. Set date for plan commission on current and prospective projects and
1138 UNION ROAD ensure that everyone has been notified, work session. long-range plans. The Oregon School
OREGON, WISCONSIN please share this notice with anyone who 11. Communications. Board presentation will include an up-
1. Call meeting to order. you think would be interested. 12. Adjournment. date on current construction projects,
2. Roll Call. Note: Agendas are subject to Note: Agendas are subject to a review of current Task Force Work,
3. Approval of minutes from the last amendment after publication. Check the amendment after publication. Check the including future growth in the Oregon
meeting. official posting locations (Town Hall, official posting locations (Town Hall, School District, and an outline of Board
Town of Oregon Recycling Center and Town of Oregon Recycling Center and priorities and vision.
4. Public Comments and Appear-
Oregon Village Hall) including the Town Oregon Village Hall) including the Town B. CONSENT CALENDAR Washington Street became a summer festival when the
5. Discussion and possible Action
re: Eagle Scout Project.
website at It is
possible that members of and possibly
website at It is
possible that members of and possibly
6:30 NOTE: Items under the Consent
Calendar are considered routine and will South Main Street Historic Neighborhood held their 11th
6. Discussion and possible Action a quorum of members of other govern-
mental bodies of the town may be in at-
a quorum of members of other govern-
mental bodies of the town may be in at-
be enacted under one motion. There will
be no separate discussion of these items
annual block party on July 29. This year everyone was
re: recommendations/decisions from the
Town Board. tendance at any of the meetings to gather tendance at any of the meetings to gather prior to the time the Board votes unless encouraged to wear crazy hats.
7. Review of potential work projects.
8. Adjournment.
information; however, no action will be
taken by any governmental body at said
information; however, no action will be
taken by any governmental body at said
a Board Member requests an item be
removed from the calendar for separate Donna and Gary Disch and Melanie and Doug Wood-
Note: Agendas are subject to meeting other than the governmental
body specifically referred to in the meet-
meeting other than the governmental
body specifically referred to in the meet-
1. Minutes of Previous Meeting
worth organized the neighborhood event with help from
amendment after publication. Check the
official posting locations (Town Hall, ing notice. Requests from persons with ing notice. Requests from persons with 2. Approval of Payments many others.
disabilities who need assistance to par- disabilities who need assistance to par- 3. Treasurers Report, if any
Town of Oregon Recycling Center and
Oregon Village Hall) including the Town ticipate in this meeting or hearing should ticipate in this meeting or hearing should 4. Staff Resignations/Retirements, Activities were available for the children such as face
be made to the Clerks office at 835-3200 be made to the Clerks office at 835-3200
website at It is
possible that members of and possibly with 48 hours notice. with 48 hours notice.
if any
5. Staff Assignments, if any painting and a bouncy house, and the Oregon Fire and
a quorum of members of other govern- Denise R. Arnold
Posted: July 26, 2017
Amended: August 7, 2017
6. Field Trip Requests, if any
7. Acceptance of Donations, if any:
EMS made an appearance. Along with all the good food,
mental bodies of the town may be in at-
tendance at any of the meetings to gather Posted: August 7, 2017 Published: August 10, 2017 C. COMMUNICATION FROM PUBLIC everyone enjoyed the music of Da Crooners with Ran-
information; however, no action will be
taken by any governmental body at said
Published: August 10, 2017
WNAXLP 1. Public: Board Policy 180.04 has
established an opportunity for the pub- dy and Shelly Glodowski, David Briles, Dan Sutter and
meeting other than the governmental *** lic to address the Board. In the event Al Maslowski. Tom Hermann also played the drums, and
body specifically referred to in the meet- *** OREGON SCHOOL DISTRICT community members wish to address
ing notice. Requests from persons with TOWN OF OREGON BOARD OF EDUCATION
the Board, 15 minutes will be provided; other talented musicians joined in.
disabilities who need assistance to par- otherwise the agenda will proceed as
ticipate in this meeting or hearing should
be made to the Clerks office at 835-3200 AGENDA ACQUIRE THE SKILLS, D. INFORMATION ITEMS
1. OEA Report
Scott De Laruelle
with 48 hours notice. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2017 KNOWLEDGE, AND 2. Student Report
Steve Root, Chairperson 6:30 PM
Published: August 10, 2017 OREGON TOWN HALL ACHIEVE THEIR INDIVIDUAL 1. Additional Open Enrollment
WNAXLP 1138 UNION ROAD Space(s) for 2017-2018
POTENTIAL 2. From Policy Committee:
OREGON, WI 53575 FROM OREGON SCHOOL a. 2017-2018 Employee Handbook
*** 1. Open Public Hearing:
DISTRICT MISSION b. 436 Student Policy on Alcohol
NOTICE OF PUBLIC a. Land Division and Rezone Re- and/or Other Drugs
HEARING quest. Petition # N/A. Parcel # 0509-042- STATEMENT c. 731 School Lunch Program
8051-5; 1611 County Highway D, Oregon, DATE: MONDAY, AUGUST F. DISCUSSION ITEMS
OREGON PLAN WI 53575. The request is to create one 1. Committee Reports:
COMMISSION buildable lot and rezone property from 14, 2017 a. Policy
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2017 A-1 Ex to A-2(8) on 8.9 acres. Owner and TIME: 5:00 PM JOINT b. Vision Steering
applicant is John Brown, 1611 County MEETING WITH VILLAGE G. INFORMATION ITEMS
6:30 P.M. Highway D, Oregon, WI 53575. 1. STEAM Update
OREGON TOWN HALL 2. Close Public Hearing. OF OREGON AND 6:30 PM 2. Back-to-School Update 2017-18
1138 UNION ROAD 3. Call Plan Commission meeting to REGULAR MEETING 3. Superintendents Report
OREGON, WI 53575 4. Roll Call. 1. Future Agenda
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN for a PUB- 5. Discussion and possible Recom- START TIME 2. Check Out
LIC HEARING to be held on Tuesday, mendation to the Town Board: PLACE: OSD INNOVATION
August 15, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., before the I. ADJOURNMENT
a. Land Division and Rezone Re- CENTER, OHS, 456 NORTH Go to:
Town of Oregon Plan Commission at the quest. Petition # N/A; Parcel # 0509-042-
Oregon Town Hall, 1138 Union Road, Or- PERRY PARKWAY meetings/agendas for the most updated
8051-5; 1611 County Highway D, Oregon, version agenda.
egon, WI 53575. WI 53575. Order of Business
1. Land Division and Rezone Re- Call to Order Published: August 10, 2017
6. Approval of minutes from the last WNAXLP
quest. Petition # N/A. Parcel # 0509-042- meeting. Roll Call
8051-5; 1611 County Highway D, Oregon, 7. Public Comments. Proof of Notice of Meeting and Ap-

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Genevieve E.
Reports are taken from daily brief- 8:06 p.m. A $500 bike was stolen ing while intoxicated. 4:56 p .m. Officers spoke with
Kaminskas ings provided by the Oregon Police from the 600 block of Prairie Grass three men after an anonymous call-
Department. Road while a teenager was babysit- June 13 er reported three men playing bas-
ting. The bicycle had been parked on 6:56 p.m. A woman was arrested ketball at the park on the 300 block
J une 3 the walkway to the front door. for domestic disorderly conduct af- of South Burr Oak Avenue exposing
11:51 p.m. Four unlocked vehi- ter getting into an argument with her themselves to cars driving by. The
cles were gone through, one each June 10 boyfriend on the 300 block of Pine men told officers they flashed and
on the 100 block of South Burr Oak 4:35 p .m. A man was arrested Way and allegedly throwing a pool rubbed their nipples to a motorcy-
Avenue and the 300 block of Pine for domestic disorderly conduct on filter at him. cle driver they thought they knew,
Street and two on the 800 block of the 1000 block of Park Street after but it turned out to be a different
Dunn Avenue. The latter vehicle was allegedly threatening to kill another June 15 person.
parked in a garage, making the inci- man and shoving him. 6:59 a .m. Ten cars were gone 11:19 p.m. A 28-year-old woman
dent a felony burglary. Items taken through, with cash, a debit card, and 31-year-old man were both cited
included wallets, cash and credit June 11 earrings and a GPS among the for disorderly conduct after people
cards. 4:43 a .m. A man was arrested items taken. The vehicles were on reported them yelling and fighting
Genevieve Kaminskas on drug and weapon charges after a the 600 and 700 blocks of Dunn Av- with each other in the 100 block of
June 6 traffic stop. The suspect, a convict- enue, the 100 block of Dale Drive, Alpine Meadows Circle. The woman
3:59 p.m. Kwik Trip on the 800 ed felon, had a loaded handgun in a the 400 block of Walnut Street, the allegedly held the man up against
Genevieve E. (Schwenn) block of Main Street reported a drawstring bag in the vehicle, as well 800 block of New Hampton, the 100 the wall at one point, and the man
Kaminskas, age 100, passed 26-year-old employee had been as cocaine on his person following a block of Dewey Street, the 600 block admitted to knocking over trash
away Friday, August 4, stealing money and other items K-9 search of the vehicle on the 600 of North Woods Edge Drive and the cans outside out of anger.
2017. from the store since the end of block of Park Street. 800 block of Violet Lane.
Funeral services were March. The suspect admitted to the 12:27 p .m. A caller reported a 12:29 p.m. A woman was arrest- June 16
held at Gunderson Oregon thefts totaling $286, and was fired. dog left inside a vehicle at the Ore- ed for operating while intoxicated 5:12 p.m. A man reported some-
Funeral Home Tuesday, gon High School graduation with after showing up for an interview one had spray painted a derogatory
Aug. 8, 2017. June 8 windows only partially down. An at Headquarters under the influence term on the sidewalk in front of his
Online condolences may 5:07 p .m. A 54-year-old wom- officer contacted Dane County Hu- and driving home. house on the 200 block of Bethel
be made at gundersonfh. an was cited for theft after taking a mane Society, and an officer from 2:26 p.m. A 46-year-old man was Court. The man suspected his neigh-
com $24 ring from a business on the 100 that department found the internal arrested for second-offense oper- bor based on intel, but would not
Gunderson Oregon block of South Main Street. car temperature to be just under 100 ating while intoxicated. The man explain any further to police about
Funeral & Cremation degrees and in direct sunlight. DCHS crashed into a cement mixer truck the information he had. The man
Care June 9 removed the dog and left a note for at the intersection of Braun Road told police he was going to paint
1150 Park Street 12:08 a .m. A 21-year-old man the owner. and Cusick Parkway and then drove over the spray paint, but he was ad-
(608)835-3515 was arrested for his second-offense away. The car was later found on the vised not to do that as public works
operating while intoxicated after a June 12 100 block of Alpine Meadow Court employees would come clean up the
report of someone driving all over 10:12 p .m. A 28-year-old man with open intoxicants allegedly in sidewalk.
the road on Hwy. 14. was arrested for first-offense operat- the vehicle.
Compiled by Scott Girard

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LUNCH: Baby Back Ribs ($6.95), Shredded Chicken
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