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Traveling back Oregon School District

in time
Oregon history
comes alive in new
photo book
Unified Newspaper Group

While the book itself

only took a couple months
to put together, the story is
Courtesy Oregon Area Historical Society
more than 170 years in the
making. The Oregon area from
The history of Oregon 1840-1950 is the subject
is the subject of a new- of a recently published
ly published book the book, Images of America:
latest in Arcadia Publish- Oregon, completed with
ings Images of Ameri- the help of the Oregon Area
Historical Society.
ca series. A pictorial his-
tory of the area, it reveals
a variety of slices of life going to be amazed of the
from the 1840s through all the history they didnt
the 1950s. know about, she said.
The project was guid- Labor of love
ed by a quintet from the
Oregon Area Historical The idea for the book
Society Melanie Wood- was initiated by the pub-
worth, JoAnn Swenson, l i s h e r, w h o c o n t a c t e d
Gerald Neath, Ann Morris OA H S i n 2 0 1 2 . A f t e r
and Dixie Brown. They checking with others who
pooled their efforts to fit had done books with the
more than 200 photos and company, all reported a Photo by Helu Wang
13,000 words of text in its positive experience. Kate Kling, 5, jumps off of a school bus and runs to Netherwood Knoll elemetary school on her first day of kindergarten.

Back to school
126 pages. Then, once society
The group will cele- members were finished
brate both the release of with a massive project sift-
the book and their 30th ing through items donat-
anniversary with a Sept. ed by historian Florice
17 gathering. The book Paulson after her death in
will be available for sale 2013, they decided to go Kids from Netherwood Knoll and Prairie View elementary schools were back to school on Sept. 5, the first day of
($25 or $30 by mail). A ahead with the project. school. Some arrived with their parents and the others got off school buses by themselves. School staff welcomed them
cemetery tour of Prairie Swenson said during a and gave high fives to each other on their way to school.
Mound/St. Marys Cem- recent trip to Georgia and
etery will follow, with South Carolina, she saw in

Brooklyn police chief resigns for college post

actors portraying famous gift shops many of those
Oregonians. cities featured in the Arca-
Brown, the newest dia series.
member of the group I just think its really
among the quintet, said great we got one for Ore- Village president says move the police department ahead but
there is much to be done yet.
While it was no surprise to
Schulz that Barger was ending his
she learned a lot putting gon, she said.
the book together. It wasnt before quite a Barger was a great asset He began reducing time in the village, he said the former
I think anybody who his hours in the office chief will definitely be missed.
reads the book is just Turn to History/Page 12 SCOTT GIRARD as of Aug. 21 and said Harry is a great asset for a com-
Unified Newspaper Group in an email Tuesday he munity, Schulz said. He brought a
was not available for lot of experience to the table, being in
The Village of Brooklyn is looking comment before the law enforcement for so many years.
By the numbers for a new police chief.
James Harry Barger, who had
Observers deadline.
Village officer Wade
Barger retired from the Verona
Police Department in 2007 as a lieu-
been with the village since 2009, Engelhart will be the Barger tenant and was a volunteer assistant
1840-1950 resigned from the position effective
Monday, Sept. 4, in a letter dated
acting chief until a
replacement plan is
fire chief in Verona with a strong
emphasis on training before he came
Aug. 7. determined. Village to Brooklyn. The School of Human
Years covered in the book Barger left to take a position President Clayton and Protective Services at Madison
with the Madison College School Schulz told the Observ- College offers both law enforcement
213 of Human and Protective Services,
according to his resignation letter.
er officials are in the
process of exploring
and firefighter training.
He won a law and order award
Photos Please accept my gratitude for our options for a new from the Oregon/Brooklyn American
allowing me to be your police chief chief. Legion Post 160 in 2012.
Were working very Engelhart
126 and play such an integral role with-
in your village since 2009, Barger closely with Harry and Contact Scott Girard at ungreport-
Pages wrote in the letter. I believe I have officer Engelhart to figure out what and follow him on
been able to accomplish a lot and we need, Schulz said. Twitter @sgirard9.

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A semi truck was load-
ed up at J.L. Richards in
Oregon Thursday, Aug. 31,
with supplies for Ray Leslie
to drive down to Houston to
help with recovery efforts
following Hurricane Har-
vey. Leslie met with Uni-
versity of Wisconsin-Mad-
ison graduate and current
Houston Texans defensive
lineman JJ Watt, who orga-
nized an effort through
social media that drew more
than $20 million in dona-
tions as of Tuesday, accord-
ing to a post on his Twitter

On the web
See more about JJ Watts donation

Photo by Jeremy Jones

Easton Kojo, 2, helps Ray Leslie and Tim Maier (in truck) load a truck full of donations headed two Houston on Thursday at J.L. Richards. People donated
everything from water and Gatorade to dog food and cereal.

Brooklyn fall arts and crafts fair

The Brooklyn fall arts and crafts fair now in its
fifth year was held Saturday at Brooklyn Elementary
School. A wide variety of arts and crafts were on display,
as well as information about the school and community.

Photos by Scott De Laruelle

Jadyn Graff, 8, of Brooklyn, works on a water color creation The Madison Red Hat Gals were in full force at Saturdays craft fair at Brooklyn Elementary School. From left are Sue Bunce
at the craft fair. of Brooklyn, and Martha Fischer, Ruth Mehler, Ginny Nelson and Donna Jefferson of Madison.

McFarland State Bank is proud to announce Ami Myrlands promotion

to Chief Financial Officer. Most recently the banks Controller and a 13-year
financial services veteran, Ami joined the bank in 2011. She shared that, I am
extremely humbled and honored to serve as Chief Financial Officer for our
bank. Im confident that our forward-looking initiatives will make McFarland
Community Banking Since 1904 State Bank the best bank for our clients and our employees.
Ami serves as a board member for the Wisconsin Chapter of Financial
Managers Society (FMS), has been involved with the United Way, and the
Congratulations, American Banking Associations (ABA) Accounting Committee. She earned her
Ami Myrland! bachelors degree from Edgewood College in Accounting and Finance.
Originally from Clinton, Wisconsin, Ami resides in Belleville with her husband
and their two sons.
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Village of Oregon
Nowlen joins UNG
Board delays decision Chuck Nowlen has
joined the staff of Unified
Newspaper Group.
Observer before they were
part of UNG.
Nowlen joins UNG to

on food pantry funding

Nowlen, who moved replace Samantha Chris-
back to the tian, who covered Oregon
Madison and Fitchburg community
area earlier news. Nowlen will contin-
t h i s y e a r, ue that coverage.
BILL LIVICK The OCRN broke ground at the the year to see how the financials are brings a The other community
Unified Newspaper Group site of the new food pantry building and make a determination then. broad range reporters, Amber Leven-
next to Peoples United Methodist The board didnt take a vote, but o f ex p e r i - hagen and Helu Wang,
The Village Board has postponed Church in April. Construction of the a nod of heads led to Village Presi- ence in the will continue their focuses
making a decision on a request to 4,232-square-foot, single-story struc- dent Steve Statons comment, We all newspaper Nowlen on Stoughton and Verona,
contribute to the new food pantry ture was expected to take about four agree to revisit this in December. industry to respectively.
being built on the villages west side. months to complete, but it was still In response to Statons question the community reporter Nowlen can be reached
The Oregon Community Resource under construction this week. about the status of a contingency position. That includes at charles.nowlen@
Network had asked for the village to Trustee Jeff Boudreau, a leader of fund, finance director Lisa Novinska a past four-year stint at
waive more than $10,000 in permit OCRN, told the Observer Tuesday the informed the board the village has the Fitchburg Star, Vero-
and impact fees for the building. pantry should be operating out of the only $10,000 remaining in its 2017 n a P r e s s a n d O r eg o n Scott Girard
At the Aug. 21 meeting, the board new building by late October. contingency. The request from OCRN
decided to postpone a decision until Trustee Jerry Bollig observed that amounted to $10,255.
sometime in December, when it has the request came on the boards agen- Id hate to forgive this and then be

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a better sense of the villages end- da shortly after village administrator hit with a big snow event this fall,
of-year financial accounts. Trustees Mike Gracz gave an overview of the Bollig said.
expressed support for the Oregon villages financial situation for the Trustee Jeanne Carpenter agreed
Area Food Pantry, but noted they had coming five years. with postponing the decision and said
approved donating $10,000 to the I certainly support the food pantry, she felt the board has been trying to Find updates and
project in January, when they also but weve heard tonight about all our be a good neighbor.
waived consultants fees for the con- costs that are mounting up, Bollig I do feel good that weve given links right away.
struction. said. Id like to wait until the end of them $10,000 already, she said.
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Letters to the editor

Dog returned after community help
I would like to give a huge The outpouring of sup-
thank you to the Oregon-area port, advice and prayers that I
residents. A few weeks ago, my received was truly heartwarming.
dog Rubi ran off in a thunder- Rubi is thin, but healthy and we
storm. With the help of Next- are all happy to have her home.
doors Waubesa Shore group, the I could not have gotten through
Humane Society, area police and this without all of your support.
sheriffs departments, word of
mouth and Facebook, we were Sandy Pelc
able to recover her after two Village of McFarland

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Unified Newspaper Group encourages lively public debate on his month, the Senior Center to an appointment. the conclusions it draws should be
issues, but it reserves the right to limit the number of exchanges will be hosting its annual Volunteering gives me a warm, very motivating to anyone who is
between individual letter writers to ensure all writers have a chance volunteer appreciation event. happy feeling, one told me. It looking for an enjoyable, low-cost
to have their voices heard. It is our opportunity to say thank makes me feel good to give back. way to benefit their health.
you to our generous volunteers for Another said, I love the thank- Among the conclusions in the
This policy will be printed from time to time in an abbreviated form all that they have done in the past yous I get from the seniors I work article is the fact that when people
here and will be posted in its entirety on our websites. year. with, but I feel like I should be volunteer they not only help their
In 2016, our volunteers contrib- thanking them for all that they communities, but they also experi-
uted over 6,000 hours of time. We teach me. ence better health. Those improved
are on track to top that number in A common theme raised by health benefits include higher func-
2017. I tend to look at that number volunteers was connecting with tional ability, lower rates of depres-
as representing people. sion and greater longevity.
the equivalent Volunteering gives me an Comments from our volunteers
Thursday, September 7, 2017 Vol.133, No. 10 of three full- opportunity to talk with people seem to speak to those conclu-
USPS No. 411-300 time staff peo- that I otherwise wouldnt have the sions.
Periodical Postage Paid, Oregon, WI and additional offices. ple. opportunity to talk to, said one One of the volunteers that I
Published weekly on Thursday by the Unified Newspaper Group, Considering volunteer. spoke to on that recent morning at
A Division of Woodward Communications, Inc. that the center The people are the reason I the center told me, I just feel bet-
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Circulation customer service: (800) 355-1892 more staff positions is an amazing seniors, volunteering can decrease focus so much on myself and my donation of resources, and it has a ones mortality risk. Simply put, worries.
This newspaper is printed on recycled paper. significant dollar value. that means if you are a senior, you This year, when we host our
In this era of tight budgets, the can lower your chance of dying volunteer appreciation event at the
Senior Center struggles to add any simply by volunteering at least 100 end of September, in addition to
General Manager Circulation staff hours let alone three full-time hours a year. conveying to our volunteers how
Lee Borkowski Carolyn Schultz people. Suffice it to say, without What is it about volunteering valuable they are to the center, our volunteers, we would simply that has such an impact on seniors well point out how valuable vol-
News not be able to do everything that health and longevity? It turns out unteering can be to them.
Sales Manager Jim Ferolie we do. that for seniors, volunteering pro- We will do our best not to
Kathy Neumeister This year, as we prepare to say vides a sense of purpose that can neglect to mention any of the doz- Sports thank you to our more than 150 otherwise be lost as people leave ens of ways in which they contrib-
Advertising Jeremy Jones active volunteers, I am trying to the workforce and no longer have ute, but now we can give the vol-
Dawn Zapp shift my thinking from how those the responsibilities of an active unteers another reason to feel good
donated hours benefit the center parenting role. about the hours they are investing. Assistant Editor and focus instead on how those I started volunteering when As they make life better for those
Classifieds Scott Girard hours benefit the volunteers. my job was eliminated and I felt I around them, they are making life
Diane Beaman We do truly enjoy being on the needed to be involved in something better for themselves, as well. Reporters receiving end of the volunteers positive, one of the volunteers There are many ways to vol-
Inside Sales Chuck Nowlen, Bill Livick, generosity, but it turns out that as said of her original motivation to unteer in the Oregon area. If you
Monica Morgan Anthony Iozzo, our mothers used to tell us it is donate her time and energy. would like to volunteer but are Amber Levenhagen, indeed better to give than receive. It turns out this volunteer was unsure in which direction to take
Scott De Laruelle, Helu Wang On a recent morning at the cen- doing just what needed to be done your time and talents, call us at the
ter, I stopped five volunteers to talk to reduce the depression and isola- Senior Center, and we can put you
Unified Newspaper Group, a division of with them about their motivation tion that can be the result of a job in touch with a variety of possibili-
Woodward Communications,Inc. for volunteering. One was staffing loss or retirement. ties in the community.
A dynamic, employee-owned media company our reception desk, another was In 2007, The Corporation for Think of it as a prescription for
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Printed by Woodward Printing Services Platteville program, and the fifth had stopped Volunteering, which summarized Rachel Brickner is the director
by to double check on the details much of the research that had been of the Oregon Senior Center.
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September community ed, rec classes Fifth annual Grill for a
Oregon School District by Kelly Petrie 6:30-8:30 14- Oct. 19 from 5:00-

Cause Sept. 16
Community Education p.m. Thursdays, Sept. 21- 6:00pm at the Oregon
and Recreation will hold Nov. 2 (no class Oct. 12), Senior Center. Just $45
public classes for children at Oregon Middle School. for all 6 class meetings.
and adults in September. Cost is $90 for all six
To register, visit ore- class meetings. Reiki and Yoga: The SCOTT GIRARD Grillers must provide their
Pi-Yo Path to Healing Unified Newspaper Group own beef and can cook it
however they want.
If You Go
For information, call 835-
4097. Reiki and Yoga: The The fifth annual Grill For Brown Paws Rescue is a What: Grill For a Cause
Adults and older teens Path to Healing combines
will enjoy a workout a Cause event in Brooklyn dog adoption organization When: 11a.m. to 6p.m.
Mindfulness for that combines the mind/
m e d i t a t i o n , y o ga p o s - Sept. 16 will benefit Brown based in Waunakee. They
es and Reiki to decrease will have some of their dogs Saturday, Sept. 16
Runners body practices of Pilates anxiety, improve flexibil-
Paws Rescue.
Where: Legion Park, 205
and yoga. Modifications The event, which has at the event, though adop-
This workshop will
challenge all skill lev-
ity of mind and body and raised an increasing amount tions cannot be finalized on S. 1st St., Brooklyn
help runners discover how increase energy. For adults of money each year for site, and the judges for the Info:
to bring yoga-inspired els. Taught by Deborah and older teens. Taught by
Gillitzer 4:14-5:05 p.m. different charities, raised competition are from the 4cause
strengthening, stretch- Kelly Scholz from 6:15- $1,400 for Neighbors in organization.
ing, stability and balance Tuesdays, Sept. 12- Oct. 7:15 p.m. Thursdays,
17 and Thursdays, Sept. Need of Assistance last year. Food will be available
to their running. No pri- Sept. 14 to Oct. 19, at the The event, from 11a.m. for purchase for $5 a plate,
or yoga experience nec- 14- Oct. 19, at Nether- Oregon Senior Center.
wood Knoll Elementary. to 6p.m. at Legion Park, which will include a pork Spectators can also vote
essary, but the class will 205 S. 1st St., includes pork chop, chicken breast or brat on their favorite grill
include in-class running. Cost is $56 for six class Kick Boxing
meetings. chop, chicken and brat din- as well as potato or pasta sal- camp, which grillers can
Taught by Kelly Petrie Kick Boxing is a high ners for purchase, chicken ad. create with thematic decora-
from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Zumba intensity cardio work- bingo, a silent auction, raf- Live music will be provid- tions or costumes, McCart-
September 11, at Prairie out that burns calories, fles, live music and activities ed by Keaton Unplugged and ney explained.
View Elementary. Cost is Zumba is a mixture of improves strength and bal-
b o d y s c u l p t i n g m ove - for kids like a bounce house. Back 40 throughout the day. For information, visit
$25. ance and reduces stress. There will also be a The silent auction begins
ments and fun dance Led by Ida Dempich from
Yoga steps that combine to give kid-specific raffle with no Sept. 13 at Firefly Coffee-
9-10 a.m. Saturdays. fee, event organizer Milly house, 114 N. Main St. It Contact Scott Girard at
Yoga On and Off the adults and older teens a Class is $10 and reser- McCartney told the Observ- will continue there until Fri-
Mat combines yoga prac- great workout. vation is required. Call er, and she hopes that and day afternoon, and run at the and follow him on Twitter @
tice and aerobic fitness Tuesday classes, taught 835-4097 by the Thursday
by Deb Billitzer, run 5:15- the bounce house can add event site from 11a.m. to sgirard9.
into one experience for before the class to reserve to the crowd at this years 3p.m. on Sept. 16.
adults and older teens. 6:15 p.m. Sept. 12-Oct. a spot. event.
Taught by Kelly Petrie 6-8 17. Wednesday classes, Itd be nice to try and get
p.m. Monday, September taught by April Girga, Pickleball
more families down there,
18, at Prairie View Ele- run 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. Pickleball is a fast she said.
mentary. Cost is $25. 13-Oct. 18. Cost is $56
for six classes. fun sport played on ten- The winner of the grill-
Mindfulness nis courts. Outdoor play ing contest, which anyone plant material
Flow Yoga Tu e s d a y s a n d T h u r s - interested can sign up for
Fundamentals days at the Oak St. Ten- with a $20 fee that includes 30% OFF regular price.
Flow Yoga leads adults nis Courts beginning at 6
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This series will explore and older teens through p.m. through October. The
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The events are designed for ages (608) 276-7729 Central Campus: Raymond Road and
The senior center will offer an adult The Oregon Town and Country 2-6 and registration is not required. Interim pastor Whitney Way
coloring group at 12:30 p.m. the fourth Womens Club will host a luncheon, For information, call 835-3656. SUNDAY SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
Thursday of each month. open to area women, at the Stough- 8:30 a.m. classic service SUNDAY - 8:15, 9:30 and10:45 a.m.
Coloring materials are provided. Just ton Country Club, 3165 Shadyside Grill for a Cause 10:45 a.m. new song service Worship West Campus: Corner of Hwy.
come to relax your mind, tap into your Dr., Stoughton, at 12:30 p.m. Tues- PD and Nine Mound Road, Verona
The annual Grill For a Cause fund- Brooklyn Lutheran Church SUNDAY - 9 &10:15 a.m., 6 p.m.
creativity and spend time with others. day, Sept. 12. raiser will be held 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 101 Second Street, Brooklyn Worship (608) 271-6633
For information, call 835-5801. Entertainment will be provided by Saturday, Sept. 16, at Legion Park in (608) 455-3852
area line dancers. There will also be Brooklyn. Pastor Rebecca Ninke Hillcrest Bible Church
Wellness Walks a 50/50 raffle. SUNDAY 752 E. Netherwood, Oregon
The featured fundraiser this year 9 a.m. Holy Communion Eric Vander Ploeg, Lead Pastor
The Oregon Area Wellness Coali- Tickets are $10 per person. is Brown Paws Dog Rescue, and vol- 10 a.m. Fellowship (608) 835-7972,
tion is sponsoring Wednesday Well- To make a reservation, call Sue unteers from the organization will SUNDAY
ness Walks, which start at the senior Capelle at 835-9421. Community of Life Lutheran 8:30 a.m. worship at the Hillcrest
judge the contest. Winners of the Church Campus and 10:15 a.m. worship with
center at 9 a.m. Wednesdays. People
will be taking a brisk walk for 45 min- Assisted living program contest will determine the charity for PO Box 233, Oregon Childrens ministries, birth 4th grade
next year. (608) 286-3121, office@
utes each week, rain or shine, through Visit the senior center at 6:30 p.m. There will also be a viewers choice Holy Mother of Consolation
October. Tuesday, Sept. 12, for a program award for best grill camp. Voting Pastor Jim McCoid Catholic Church
Those interested should bring an ID about assisted living care with infor- will be done throughout the day and SUNDAY 651 N. Main Street, Oregon
10 a.m. Worship at 1111 S. Perry Pastor: Fr. Gary Wankerl
and water bottle. Coffee and water will mation provided by Avalon Assist- winners will be announced prior to Parkway, Oregon (608) 835-5763
be available at the senior center after ed Living Community, Main Street the grill competition award.
the walk. Quarters, Sienna Crest Assisted Liv- The event will feature live music, Brooklyn Community United SATURDAY: 5 p.m. Worship
For information, call 835-5801. ing and BeeHive Homes. Methodist Church SUNDAY: 8 and 10:15 a.m. Worship
Bingo, raffles and food. All proceeds 201 Church Street, Brooklyn
The presentation will cover what is will benefit Brown Paws Dog Res-
AARP driving class independent and assisted living, what cue.
(608) 455-3344 Peoples United Methodist
Pastor George Kaminski Church
The AARP Smart Driver course will is an RCAC and CBRF and financial The silent auction begins Sept. 13 SUNDAY 103 North Alpine Parkway, Oregon
be held at the senior center from 11:30 options for assisted living care. 9 a.m. Worship (Nov.-April) Pastor Jason Mahnke
at Firefly Coffeehouse, 114 N. Main 10:30 a.m. Worship (May-Oct.) (608)835-3755,
a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 7. Refreshments will be served. The St., through Sept. 15. It will contin- Communion is the 1st & 3rd weekend
The class is specifically designed for program is free but registration is ue at the Brooklyn Legion Park and Faith Evangelical Lutheran SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
drivers age 50 and older. requested. ends the day of the fundraiser at 3 Church SUNDAY - 9 a.m. Worship and Sunday
A light snack will be provided in the For information, call 835-5801. 143 Washington Street, Oregon school; 10:30 a.m. Worship
p.m. (608) 835-3554
afternoon. The class is $15 for AARP
members and $20 for non-members. Mix-it-up Fridays For information, visit brown- Interim pastor St. Johns Lutheran Church SUNDAY - 9 a.m. Worship 625 E. Netherwood, Oregon
Scholarships are available. The library will host different Holy Communion 2nd & last Pastor Paul Markquart (Lead Pastor)
For information, and to register, call activities, like art, dance, STEM and Sundays (608) 835-3154
835-5801. more, from 10-10:45 a.m. Fridays 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,
10 a.m. Service Pastor
Thursday, September 7 Wednesday, September 13 way Marketplace, 1122 Sunrise 10:15 a.m. Sunday School (608) 513-3435, welcometovineyard.
6-7:45 p.m., Sew What: snap 10 a.m., Everybody Storytime Rd., 575-4097 11 a.m. Fellowship com
bags, library, 835-3656 (ages 0-6), library, 835-3656 11:15 a.m. Adult Education SUNDAY - 10 a.m. Worship
Sunday, September 17
6:30-7:30 p.m., Lifetree Cafe, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Computer Class: 1 p.m., Oregon Area Historical Fitchburg Memorial UCC Zwingli United Church of Christ
Headquarters, 101 Concord Dr. Protecting You and Your PC ($20), Society 30th Anniversary Celebra- 5705 Lacy Road, Fitchburg Paoli
senior center, 835-5801 (608) 273-1008, www.memorialucc. At the Intersection of Hwy. 69 & PB
Sunday, September 10 tion, senior center, 835-5801 org Rev. Sara Thiessen
1-5 p.m., Musical Jam, Ziggys, Thursday, September 14 Monday, September 18 Interim pastor Laura Crow (608) 845-5641
135 S. Main St., 228-9644 1 p.m., Movie matinee: Gifted, SUNDAY SUNDAY -
6:30-8 p.m., Estate Planning 9:30 a.m. Worship 9:30 a.m. Family Worship
senior center, 835-5801 workshop (free), Krause Donovan
Tuesday, September 12
6:30-7:30 p.m., Lifetree Cafe, Estate Law Partners, 116 Spring
10 a.m., Teetering Toddlers Story- Headquarters, 101 Concord Dr.
time (12-36 months), library, 835- St., 268-5751
3656 Friday, September 15 Tuesday, September 19 Support groups
11 a.m., Bouncing Babies Story- 10-10:45 a.m., Mix-it-up activity 10 a.m., Teetering Toddlers Story- Alcoholics Anonymous Relationship & Divorce
time (0-18 months), library, 835- (ages 2-6), library, 835-3656 time (12-36 months), library, 835- meeting, First Support Group, State
3656 1 p.m., Movie Matinee: Gifted, 3656 Presbyterian Church, Bank of Cross Plains,
12:30 p.m., Womens lunch ($10), senior center, 835-5801 11 a.m., Bouncing Babies Story- every Monday and every other Monday at
Stoughton Country Club, 3165 time (0-18 months), library, 835- Friday at 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
Shadyside Dr., 835-9421 Saturday, September 16
2-6 p.m., Oregon Farmers Market, 9 a.m., Autumnal Equinox Scav- Caregiver Support Veterans Group,
enger Hunt, starts at library, 835- 2-6 p.m., Oregon Farmers Market, Group, Oregon Area Oregon Area Senior
Dorn True Value Hardware parking Dorn True Value Hardware parking
lot, 131 W. Richards Rd. 3656 Senior Center, third Center, every second
lot, 131 W. Richards Rd. Monday of each month Wednesday at 9 a.m.
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Madison Speed-
at 9 a.m. Weight-Loss Support
Dementia Caregivers Group, Oregon Area
Supper and Support, Senior Center, every
fourth Wednesday of Monday at 3:30 p.m.
Community cable listings Senior center every month from 6-7:30 Navigating Life Elder
Monday, September 11 Monday, September 11 p.m., Sienna Crest, 845
Chicken Salad on Wheat Bun Morning - Reflexology, Foot Care Support Group, Peoples
Village of Oregon Cable Access TV channels: Market St., Suite 1 United Methodist
WOW #983 & ORE #984 Carrot Sticks 9:00 CLUB
Phone: 291-0148 Email: Marinated Tomatoes 10:30 StrongWomen Diabetes Support Church, 103 N. Alpine
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Fruit Cup 11:45 Eyeglass Adjustments Group, Oregon Area Pkwy., every first
New programs daily at 1 p.m. Senior Center, second Monday at 7 p.m.
and repeats at 4, 7 and 10 p.m. and 1, 4, 7 and 10 a.m. Sugar Cookie 1:00 Get Fit
VO- Egg Salad on Bun 1:30 Bridge Thursday of each month
Thursday, Sept. 7 Monday, Sept. 11 Tuesday, September 12 3:30 Weight Loss Support at 1:30 p.m.
WOW: Sounds of WOW: Village of *Ham and Swiss Croissant Tuesday, September 12
Summer: Red Hot Horn Oregon Board Meeting (Low Salt Turkey Croissant) 8:30 Zumba Gold Advanced
Dawgs (of Aug. 15) LIVE - 5pm 9:30 Wii Bowling Look for the Helpers
Kidney Bean Salad Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and fault-
ORE: Friday Night ORE: Oregon School Banana 9:45 Zumba Gold
Live: Panther Football vs District Board Meeting 10:30 Parkinsons Exercise less is this: to look after orphans and widows in their
Lemon Bar distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the
Monona Grove (of Sept. LIVE -6:30pm VO- Cheese Sandwich 12:30 Sheepshead
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Friday, Sept. 8 WOW: Oregon *Roast Pork with Gravy 5:30 StrongWomen
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(Chicken Breast with Gravy) Neighborhood, reported that his mother had once said
Community Band (of June 27) Greens with French Dressing Wednesday, September 13
June 6) ORE: OHS Panther 9:00 CLUB that whenever something horrible happens, something
Corn tragic or catastrophic, to always look for the helpers.
ORE: BKE Presents: Volleyball vs. Stoughton Fruit Cocktail 9:00 Wednesday Walkers
Alice in Wonderland (of (of Sept. 7) 1:00 Get Fit They may be on the sidelines, or even behind the
Whole Wheat Bread scenes, but they will always be there, and this gives
march 3) Wednesday, Sept. 13 Vanilla Pudding 1:00 Euchre
Saturday, Sept. 9 WOW: Oregon 3:30 Protecting you and your PC us reason for hope. No matter how many times we see
VO- Veggie Patty these horrific terror attacks which kill innocent people,
WOW: Oregon Chamber of Commerce Thursday, September 14 Thursday, September 14
Community Band (of Meeting: Bob Lindmeier Morning: Chair Massage among them often children, we will see the helpers
**My Meal, My Way Lunch rushing to the scene to do whatever they can. Natural
June 20) ORE: OHS Panther at Ziggys Smokehouse (drop in 8:30 Zumba Gold Advanced
ORE: RCI Fine Arts Soccer vs. McFarland (of 9:00 Pool Players disasters are the same. People from around the world
between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.) will offer their time and money, and often their very
Week (of April 13) Sept. 9) Friday, September 15 9:00 COA
Sunday, Sept. 10 Thursday, Sept. 14 9:45 Zumba Gold lives to help others, and this should give us hope
Biscuits and Gravy for humanity. Despite our pettiness, our pugnacious
WOW: Community WOW: Village of Hash Brown Patty 10:30 StrongWomen
of Life Lutheran Church Oregon Board Meeting 12:30 Shopping at Bills tendencies and our downright depravity, most of us
Tomato Juice want to be decent human beings, and one way we can
Service (of Sept. 11) (Low Salt 3 TomatoSlices) 1:00 Cribbage
ORE: OHS Fine ORE: Oregon School 1:00 Movie: Gifted be decent and good is by helping our fellow human
Mandarin Oranges beings in need. You dont have to look far for someone
Arts Week: Music District Board Meeting Cinnamon Roll 5:30 StrongWomen
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VO- Spinach and Cheese to write off humanity as vile and totally depraved, look
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Girls tennis Girls golf

A serving of confidence
Panthers look
to be more
Sports editor

Oregon High School girls tennis improved to

2-1 in the Badger South Conference last week, ANTHONY IOZZO
splitting with Fort Atkinson and Stoughton. Assistant sports editor
Stoughton 4, Oregon 3
To have a strong run in the
Junior Isabelle Krier and sophomore Anna postseason, the Oregon High
Donovan supplied two of the Panthers three School girls golf team will
wins Tuesday in a 4-3 Badger South dual meet need to get to the 330-340
loss at Stoughton. team-score range.
Isabelle was playing a very nice retriever, Thats the assessment of
but played very calm and composed, co-head coach Eric Instefjord, based
coach Alec Onesti said. She really controlled on previous years and what
the match after the middle of the first set. he has seen this fall. Whether
Krier won 6-4, 6-3 at No. 2 singles and Don- that comes true will depend
ovan overcame a slow start to prevail 4-6, 6-1, on how the girls improve in
6-2 against Kayle Rippe at No. 3 singles. the final few weeks before
Anna loves to make us coaches nervous, the Badger South Conference
Onesti said. She just needed that first set to tournament Sept. 19.
wake up, and once she did, she really took con- The main thing, he said,
trol and played a nice, well-rounded match. will be gaining more consis-
Senior Addie OBrien and sophomore Jor- tency with their ball striking,
dana Burkeland supplied the teams other win especially with the top three
at No. 3 doubles, winning 6-4, 6-4 over Katie golfers on the team senior
Zacharias and Emily Erdahl. Andi McCorkle, junior Ally
Addie and Jordana have really been finding Payne and junior Sydney
their stride in their net game, and its nice to McKee.
see, Onesti said. The hope is to get those
Oregon had their chances at No. 1 singles and three around the 80 or sub-80
No. 2 doubles. Senior Jules Gerhard led Lydia mark by seasons end.
Brekken 5-4 in the first set but was unable to At the bottom of the lineup,
close out the set, falling 7-5, 6-1 at No. 1 sin- junior Brooke McCallum and
gles. freshmen Alyssa Schmidt and
Seniors Katie Reisdorf and Kailey OBrien Sam McKee have been bat-
had a slow start but nearly forced a third game, tling for the final two varsity
falling 6-2, 7-5 to Paige and Karlie Halverson. spots. They have all played
It was a close match, and we were please tournaments this fall, and
with how the girls continue to work hard and Instefjord said the goal is to
improve, Onesti said. Milton is up next. get them into the bogey range
Hopefully, we can take it to them and pickup a by the postseason in order to
big win. balance the Panthers team
Oregon 7, Fort Atkinson 0 score.
They are all playing pretty
The Panthers lost one game in all three dou- similar, Instefjord said. It is
bles flights Thursday en route to a 7-0 sweep of a matter of if they are playing
Badger South rival Fort Atkinson. well that week.
Juniors Sophia Choles and Ashley Johnson Photo by Jeremy Jones There will be plenty of
Junior Isabelle Krier serves at No. 2 singles Tuesday at Stoughton. Krier won her match 6-4, 6-3 over
Turn to Tennis/Page 9 senior Krissy Pohold but Oregon lost the Badger South dual 4-3. Turn to Golf/Page 9

Girls cross country

Beauchaine leads Panthers at Verona Invitational

Sports editor
Stoughton sits
An underclassmen last season, Lauren
Beauchaine was one of the leaders for Oregon
girls cross country, leading the teams summer
out Verona invite
following crash
runs. Shes carried that over into this season,
where she has been among the Panthers lead-
ers through the first two races of the season.
Beauchaine was Oregons top finisher Sat- Defending Badger South champion
urday at the Verona Invitational, finishing 31st Stoughton was not at the Verona Invi-
overall in 20 minutes, 53 seconds. Her time tational after a car accident involving
was 18 seconds faster than the 21:11 she had five members of the team sent one girl
week one in West Bend. to a local hospital with life-threatening
I felt a lot stronger today despite this being injuries.
a more challenging course, Beauchaine said. The team many picked to battle the
This course was a lot hillier than West Bend, Vikings for the conference title this
but we did a lot of hill training this week and I year, Oregon coach Doug Debroux
think it really helped. said he talked to his team about it on
Coach Doug Debroux said, No one is a the bus before the race.
harder worker or more dedicated year round We didnt care about the race that
than Lauren. All these successes and accolades much. Its just like, what can we do,
shes going to get, shes earned every bit of it. he said. Ill give them some time and
The Panthers finished 13th out of the 19 get a hold of Susan (Zaemisch) over
teams competing, with a team score of 303. there and see if there is anything we
Defending WIAA Division 1 state champion can do.
Debroux said the tragedy put all the
Turn to Girls XC/Page 8 other stuff in perspective.
Its great to battle with them
Whats next (Stoughton). I love their competitive-
ness, and the challenge every year, he
said. But when something like that Photo by Jeremy Jones
Oregon travels to Fort Atkinson at happens ... its hard to put into words. Junior Lauren Beauchaine led Oregon with a 31st-place finish Saturday at the Verona Invita-
4p.m. Tuesday for the Badger Challenge. tional in 20 minutes, 52.08 seconds.
8 September 7, 2017 Oregon Observer

Football Boys cross country

Panthers lose momentum early

in loss to Monona Grove
Sports editor

The Oregon football team was

within a touchdown and moving the
ball well Friday as halftime neared
against Monona Grove.
But the host Panthers watched the
Badger South game slip away quick-
ly in the third quarter, when the Sil-
ver Eagles scored on four straight
possessions on their way to a 49-13
Monona Grove racked up 663
yards of total offense (296 rushing,
337 passing), but it was a play on the
other side of the ball, by defensive
back Jalen Ostrowsky, that helped the
Silver Eagles take control.
Trying to answer a 44-yard touch-
down run by MG senior Jackson
Thomsen that put the Silver Eagles
up 21-13, Oregon drove 75 yards to
the Monona Grove 6. But it came
away empty after Ostrowsky knocked
a fourth-and-goal pass away from
Panther senior Kardelle Phillips in
the end zone with 1:06 remaining in
the half.
We were right in the game, which
is what we needed confidence-wise,
Oregon coach Dan Kissling said.
Our guys came out and did OK, Photo by Jeremy Jones
but when you play a team like this, Sean Bychowski (left) led Oregon at the Verona Invitational
youve got to play all 48 minutes. We with a personal-best time of 18 minutes, 33 seconds. He
just didnt. finished 80th.
Oregon fell to 1-2 (0-1 conference)

Bychowski, Boerigter
with the loss, while the Silver Eagles
improved to 3-0, 1-0.
The Panthers also moved the ball
well on their opening possession,

lead Panthers at Verona

as they marched 81 yards on four
plays, highlighted by the 60-yard
run of Dylan DiMaggio and capped
Photo by Jeremy Jones
by Keion Szudys 8-yard dive across
the goal. But the Panthers missed the Senior Jahlil Turner hauls in a 35-yard reception against Monona Groves Jalen JEREMY JONES
extra point and struggled to maintain Ostrowsky in the second quarter Friday. Oregon lost the game 49-13. Sports editor Whats next
the momentum offensively after that. possession after which Monona
Grove was flagged for holding, but One second separated Oregon travels to the
The Silver Eagles answered with
a short pass up the seam to tight end Whats next answered back with a 71-yard touch- junior Sean Bychowski
Badger Challenge in Fort
to Lucas Gerlach, who lowered his down run by Thomsen. and senior Ben Boerigter
shoulder on Derek Brellenthin to a Oregon travels to Fort Atkinson The Silver Eagles third touch- on a hilly course Saturday Atkinson at 4p.m. Tues-
finish off a 34-yard touchdown. (1-2 overall, 0-1 Badger South) at down drive of the half took a little at the Verona Invitational. day, Sept. 12.
Monona Grove turned the ball over longer following a three-and-out by Bychowski, who was out
7p.m. Friday. all of last season, was the
on downs on its next possession on a Oregon. Thomsen capped the sev-
pass breakup by Carter Erickson, and en-play drive with an 8-yard touch- first Panther to cross the Boerigter, Brenden Diet-
on its next drive, Thomsen fumbled down run. Ogden drove the final nail 5K finish line, taking 80th er, Blake Anderson, Colin
shy of the goal line. The Panthers, game wide open with four consecu- home with a 1-yard touchdown run to place in 18 minutes, 33 Meidl, Devin Keast, Adam
meanwhile, were unable to sustain tive touchdowns in the third quarter. finish off a 14-play drive near the end seconds. The junior hadnt Hanke, Jack Fitzgerald and
another scoring drive until early in Monona Groves first three drives of of the third quarter. PRed since conference his Bychowski, coach Erik
the second quarter, when Phillips the second half totaled 10 plays and I think we got a little worn down freshman year (18:47) at Haakenson said.
found the end zone on a 17-yard run took just over 2 minutes to cover 234 there on defense, going three-and- a much flatter Lake Farm We will continue to
for a 13-7 lead. yards. out, Kissling said. Theyve got a Park course. focus on working hard
Thomsen helped Monona Grove One of the top quarterbacks in the good offense. Thats why they fin- I j u s t t r i e d t o ke e p and doing the small things
take the lead for good with a 44-yard area, senior Alec Ogden found Sam ished second in conference last year smiling, he said. Its right during practice to
burst over the right side with 3:59 left Hepp on a bubble screen two plays and why they probably should have only really 20 minutes. I improve our team placing
in the first half. Thomsen finished into the third quarter and the junior won the (WIAA Division 2) state do things that take me 3 in meets, he said.
with 274 yards rushing and four wide receiver did the rest, racing title. hours. It hurts now, but M i d d l e t o n s C a l e b
touchdowns. 81 yards to the end zone. Oregon you feel good later. It was Easton won the race in
The Silver Eagles then blew the fumbled away the ball on the next Turn to Football/Page 9 great PRing today. I did 16:00 and teammate Same
not expect that at all. Jaeger was sixth, but
B o e r i g t e r w a s n t f a r defending Division 1 state
behind as the teams sec- champion Madison West

INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE TENT Girls XC: Panthers take 13th ond runner. He finished was just too balanced as
81st in 18:34. 52 seconds separated the
Seniors Connor Brick- Regents top five runners.
Continued from page 7 Clara came to every- ley and Tait Baldus both That is compared to a 1:27
one of our summer runs. c r o s s e d t h e fi n i s h l i n e gap between Middletons
in the 19-minute range. first and fifth runners.

0 %
Sixa.m. every morning,

Sun Prairie placed its top Brickley nearly broke 19 Madison West finished
Of f five in within the first nine
Monday through Friday
theres Clara Hughes work- minutes, finishing 99th in with 65 points and Mid-
f ro m spots, and all seven of its 19:01. Baldus meanwhile, dleton had 70. Madison
p ro d c t s
u ing her tail off. Its nice
varsity scorers in the top c r o s s e d t h e fi n i s h l i n e La Follette took third with
al l ove r t
to see those kids rise and
21, to win the meet with a every one else to see what 114th in 19:48. a 106. Big Eight schools
Stor e! gaudy score of 26. Cardinal
senior Katie Rose Blacho-
that work does. Freshman Brenden Diet-
er was the Panthers final
made up four of the top
five s c h o o l s , w i t h S u n
Bastian, who is com-
wicz won the race in 18:31. ing off a strong track and varsity scorer, finishing Prairie taking third with
Wisconsin Dells finished 120th in 20:07. 170. Only Monona Grove
Housewares Lawn & Garden a distant second 70 points
field season after an inju-
Juniors Will Oelke and (115) breaking things up
ry-marred 2016 cross coun-
Paint Hardware behind with a 96. Big try campaign, (21:56) and Gabe Karr also competed with its fourth-place fin-
Eight rival Middleton (103) but did not count toward ish.
Plumbing, Electrical & More!! rounded out the top three
Frank (21:57) crossed the
t h e fi n a l va r s i t y t e a m Ve r o n a i s a l w a y s a
line in 61st and 62nd place.
schools. score. good test to see where a
New Products Two seconds separated
Sophomore Bryanna
Oregon finished 18th out team stands in the Badger
Salazar was the fifth run-
added every week freshman Clara Hughes, ner, taking 89th place in of 20 schools with a team Conference, Haakenson
senior Bree Bastian and 23:03. score of 494. said. Monona Grove and

sophomore Zoe Frank. Juniors Julie Bull and As a whole, the Pan- Monroe both had strong
Hughes was the teams Kaity Kliminski both ran thers had eight individuals performances and will be
second runner, finishing on varsity but did not count set new personal records challenging to compete
60th in 21:55. toward the final score. for themselves Ben against. September 7, 2017 Oregon Observer 9
Volleyball Boys soccer

Panthers edged by MG in five-set comeback Conduah leads Oregon past DeForest

ANTHONY IOZZO specialist Lexi Karls added three
Assistant sports editor Whats next aces. Flanagan had 14 assists, and
Assistant sports editor
Whats next
Konop finished with seven digs. Igl The Oregon High School
The Oregon High School volley- Oregon hosts Stoughton at collected three blocks. boys soccer team bounced Oregon travels to
ball team won the first two sets at The Panthers defeated Ripon 2-0 back after a couple of Monona Grove at 7p.m.
Monona Grove on Thursday and was 7p.m. Thursday in a Badger South (25-13, 25-10) in the consolation tough losses in the open-
in position to remain undefeated. Conference match. semifinals. ing week with a 3-1 win at
Thursday for the Badger
But the Silver Eagles fought back Milski had six kills, six digs and DeForest on Tuesday in a South Conference opener.
with three straight wins, as the Pan- four aces, and Flanagan picked up 12 Badger crossover.
thers fell 3-2 (25-22, 25-19, 16-25, and senior Kearsten Kochan both had assists and four aces. Igl and Wriedt The Panthers host Mc-
It was big for us to
18-25, 7-15). 10 kills. each had three blocks. score some goals to get Farland at noon Saturday
Oregon (10-3 overall, 1-1 Badger Senior Morgan Ellingson had three Oregon went 1-2 in pool play. The a win on the road, coach in a Badger crossover and
South) was close with Monona Grove aces, and Kneubuehl collected three Panthers defeated DeForest 2-0 (25- Kevin May said. hosts Monroe at 7p.m.
(12-3, 2-0) in the third set before the blocks. Senior Laurel Masters fin- 16, 25-21) and lost to Tomah 2-0 (18- Senior Max Wirtz scored
Silver Eagles pulled away. ished with 23 assists. 25, 24-26) and Madison La Follette
Tuesday, Sept. 12, in
the first Panthers goal
We made a lot of our own errors 2-0 (21-25, 25-27). with an assist to junior
its second conference
and werent able to get it back on
Monona Grove invite Against DeForest, Flanagan col- match.
Madison Conduah.
track in sets four and five, coach The Panthers traveled back to lected 16 assists and an ace, and Mil- Conduah added a goal
Katie Heitz wrote in an email. Monona Grove on Saturday for an ski had 10 kills and a block. Konop and a second assist on a
Senior outside hitter Alyssa Mil- invite and won the consolation cham- had eight digs, and Karls had an ace. goal by senior John Auer. We need to play at a
ski finished with 21 kills, and junior pionship with a 3-2 record. Against Tomah, Milski had five Junior Duncan Morgan faster pace, finish when we
setter Erin Flanagan had 40 assists, We need to move forward with kills and four aces, and Rogers add- finished with five saves. have opportunities and our
11 digs and two aces. Junior libero better consistency in our passing, as ed five kills. Wriedt picked up eight May said that Oregon defense needs to be more
Emily Konop added 12 digs and two well as, our attacking, which we will assists, and Igl finished with five (2-2-1 overall) is moving organized to prevent shots
aces, and senior middle blocker Jen- be working on this week in practice, blocks. Konop led with 10 digs. in the right direction but on goal, May said.
na Igl and junior right-side hitter/set- Heitz wrote. Against La Follette, Milski and still has work to do.
ter Erin Wriedt both collected three Oregon defeated Madison West Rogers each collected six kills, and
blocks. in the consolation finals 2-0 (25-12, Flanagan picked up 20 assists, three
Junior McKenna Warnock led the 25-9). blocks and three aces. Konop had 17
Silver Eagles with 16 kills and 14
digs, and junior Lydia Kneubuehl
Junior outside hitter Leah Rogers
had seven kills, and junior defensive
Tennis: Panthers beat Fort
Continued from page 7
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Girls swimming played the closest doubles
Oregon hosts Milton at
match of the day, cruising 6-0,

Oregons depth helps team edge Monroe/Glarus in dual

6-1 over Klarie Trieloff and 4:15p.m. Thursday in a
Jackie Jensen at No. 1 dou- Badger South dual meet.
JEREMY JONES Seniors Carolyn Christof- Though Oregon did not a team score of 144 two R e i s d o r f a n d K a i l ey Kenosha St. Joes Hannah
Sports editor ferson and Ava Magee scored win the 100 backstroke, points ahead of last years OBrien and senior Addie Altergott 6-3, 6-1.
10 points for the Panthers in Christofferson (1:16.43) and state runner-up McFarland. OBrien and Burkeland rolled It was all or nothing for
Oregon/Belleville girls the 50-meter freestyle, going Rusch (1:18.95) scored seven Zoe Rule, Ava Magee, 6-0, 6-0 at Nos. 2 and 3 dou- Addie OBrien and Burkeland
swimming traveled to Mon- 1-2 in 29.17 seconds and points with their 2-3 finish. Thomason and Dobrinsky bles. at No. 3 doubles who were
roe/New Glarus on Tuesday 29.83, respectively. Magee opened the meet with a sec- Gerhards beat Kastyn Heb- shut out in the first round by
for a Badger South dual added the 100 butterfly in Swimmin Women Relays ond-place finish in the 400 be 6-1, 6-0 atop the singles Middleton but bounced back
meet that came down to the 1:13.35. Oregon/Belleville Carolynn Christoffer- medley relay (4:23.34). Hal- lineup and junior Rachell to blank La Follette before
final race, winning 85-84. also went 1-2 in the 400 free. son, Mattea Thomason, Ava le Bush, Victoria Helvig, Depuydt matched the score at falling 6-0, 6-0 to Oconomo-
The host Cheesemak- The Panthers also picked Magee and Jenna Dobrinsky Thomason and Rule added No. 4 singles. woc in the fifth-place match.
ers won six of 11 events, up another key 10 points in won 2017 Swimmin Wom- a runner-up finish to Mad- Krier cruised to 6-0, 6-2 Gerhards and Krier won
including the 400-yard the 400 free, which sopho- en Relays with a first-place ison Edgewood once again victory at No. 2 singles and their seventh-place match, as
freestyle, but Oregon/New more Jenna Dobrinsky won finish in the 200 medley in the 4x100 individual Donovan added a 6-3, 6-3 vic- did Oregons No. 2 doubles
Glarus team of freshman in 4:54.66. Bush added a sec- relay Saturday in Stoughton. medley relay (4:38.05). Car- tory at No. 3 singles. team.
Caroline Rusch, senior ond-place finish in 5:15.4. The quarter posted a time oline Rusch, Rule, Magee Stoughton Invitational Gerhards won her match
Ellen Martin, freshman Freshman Mattea Thoma- of 1:58 to earn the Panthers and Christofferson placed against Madison La Follette
Halle Bush and sophomore son won the 100 breaststroke lone victory. Oregon fin- second to McFarland in The Panthers finished sev- 6-4, 6-2 at No. 1 singles and
Carlie Monroe touched the (1:25.04) and Christoffer- ished sixth out of the eight 1:59.51. enth out of eight teams with Krier beat Madison La Fol-
wall in 5:06.34. The sec- son, Thomason, Magee and teams with 100 points. Ellen Martin, Christoffer- 4.5 points Saturday at the lette 6-2, 6-1 at No. 2 singles.
ond-place finish was just Dobrinsky claimed the 200 Defending Division 2 state son, Bush and Dobrinsky Stoughton Invitational. R e i s d o r f a n d K a i l ey
enough for the Panthers to medley to start the meet, champion Madison Edge- took third in the 100 free Kenosha St. Joseph bested OBrien beat Madison La Fol-
hold on for the win. posting a time of 2:12.07. wood won the meet with relay (48.52). Middleton with 28.5 points, lette at No. 2 doubles 6-4, 6-2.
one-and-a-half points ahead Oregon dropped all of its
of Middleton (27). Brookfield No. 3 singles and No. 1 dou-
Central rounded out the top bles matches.
Golf: Panthers knock off Fort Atkinson three with 22 points.
Depuydt played her way
Donovan lost 7-6 (3), 6-0
in the seventh-place match
Continued from page 7 practicing, rather than com- Sydney McKee shot a 44, thrown out. to a team-best fifth place fin- at No. 3 singles against La
peting. and Payne followed with a Kaitlyn Schneider led Fort ish at No. 4 singles after a Follette. Choles and Johnson
time for the team to practice That is only going to 47. Schmidt had a 48, and Atkinson with a 41, and Kate first-round loss to Brookfield also fell 6-4, 6-4 in their final
now that the bulk of the reg- make them better as we McCorkle finished the scor- England followed with a 49. Central. She beat Madison match to La Follette.
ular season is over. In the first work toward the tournament ing with a 50. Emily Veenhuis shot a 52, La Folleette 6-1, 6-0 and
month, Oregon played in five series, he said. Sam McKees 53 was and Miranda Aalto had a 55.
invitationals and four duals. Oregon 189,
They now have two invites
and two duals left before Fort Atkinson 197
the conference meet, and Oregon hosted Fort Atkin-
Instefjord said that gives them son pm Tuesday at Foxboro
a chance to spend more time Golf Club and won 189-197.
Whats next

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Reports are taken from daily briefings womans residence and damaged his was cited for municipal disorderly con- PUBLIC HEARING a Board Member requests an item be
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2. Approval of Payments
July 21 The woman was intoxicated and yelling IMLEMENTATION PLAN
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Oregon will hold a public hearing at 6:30 has established an opportunity for the
July 30 p.m. on Thursday, September 14, 2017 in public to address the Board. In the event
the front door of his 31-year-old girl- 10:20 p.m. A 23-year-old man was the Board Room of the Oregon Village
Hall, 117 Spring Street, Oregon, Wis-
community members wish to address
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friends residence. The woman had told July 28 tentatively charged with domestic vio- consin, to consider the approval of the
amended General Development Plan and
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the man he could not wait outside of her 11:34 p.m. A 34-year-old man was lence disorderly conduct, domestic vio- Specific Implementation Plan submitted C. INFORMATION ITEMS
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Arena Inc. for exterior recreational im-
6:40 1. OEA Report
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The man fled the scene before police ar- duct after he allegedly yelled profanities ing after an argument with his 28-year- provements and uses including outdoor
volleyball courts, a sports diamond,
6:45 1. 2017-2018 United Way Con-
rived. at his 27-year-old estranged wife during old girlfriend. The man allegedly broke a fencing, and outdoor entertainment. Im- tract (CBITS)
8:12 a .m. A 34-year-old man was an argument over the van they own to- mirror attached to the womans dresser
provements to be made to the property
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tentatively charged with domestic dis- gether. One of their children overheard after she barricaded herself in the bed- 100 North Perry Parkway, Village of
Oregon, Dane County 2018
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orderly conduct and unlawful use of the disturbance. room. The downstairs neighbor report- Parcel No. 165-0509-121-1021-1 E. DISCUSSION ITEMS
a computerized communication sys-
A copy of the amended General De- 7:10 1. Committee Reports:
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tem after he allegedly sent threatening July 29 The man left before police arrived. Implementation Plan is on file at the of-
fice of the Village Clerk. Office hours of
b. Vision Steering
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Scott Girard
day through Friday. 7:30 2. Back-to-School Update
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12 September 7, 2017 Oregon Observer

History: Books slice-of-life photos trace a century of changes in Oregon

Continued from page 1 the book.

strict process for publica- If You Go We h ave t o r e l y o n

those we have photos for,
tion, though. The group sent What: Oregon Area and there may be some
in a proposal Nov. 12 last Historical Society 30th things missing in the book,
year, with 12 photographs anniversary event but its simply because we
and information about the dont have documentation
area, and the project was When: 1p.m. Sunday, in photos, he said.
quickly approved, with a Sept. 17
March deadline. Where: Oregon Area Se- Bygone era
We gave them enough nior Center. 108 Park St. Neath said the book cov-
say, OK, theyre a viable Info: 835-8961 ered the roughly 100-year
group, they can do this, span from the 1840s to
Swenson said. 1950s because it showed
Woodworth said it was team effort, she said. We how the area transitioned
helpful that many param- learned a lot. No one per- from a small-farm, rural
eters of the book were son could have done this. community to a more
already determined by the Indeed, it took a village urban, city environment by
publisher including a to complete the project, the end of World War II.
set number of pages and with several residents com- Lifestyle had a lot to
chapters. They split up the ing forward with photo- do with it between the first
work among them and got graphs and information to settlers for the town and
to work. help fill in some missing what it eventually came to
T h i s wa s s o m e t h i n g spaces. Neath said despite be, he said The lifestyle
that was really important the 200-some photos of people is tremendously
for this organization to included, there is still more different, even in my life-
do, and this was really a about Oregon history not in time.
In those days, Wood-
worth said, the communi-

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ty was much more active, Photos courtesy Oregon Area Historical
with lots of groups and In 1947, above, the Oregon
organizations. Fire Department purchased
They didnt have the its first oxygen mask,
distractions like there are worn here by captain Ray
today, she said They were Noyce. From left are Noyce,
very active in supporting policeman George Johnson,
Proud Partner of their community. Oregon Norton Ames and Fire Chief
Wisconsin Athletics has a strong sense of a com- Ernie Culb.
munity and there are a lot of

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groups in the present day, At right, construction
(but) its just different; its a workers peer out of open
product of our times. Then, windows on the Nether-
people were out on their wood Building in this 1898
front porches. photograph. The men were
Swenson said as mem- Italian workers who stopped
bers searched through pho- in Oregon to do the project
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t h ey w e r e a s t o u n d e d of those business was so Woodworth encouraged ing to get the response and
*Visit for full offer details how many businesses there much different than today, Oregon residents or for- feedback from people. We
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about their history, and photographs with the soci-
maybe want to come and ety for future projects. Email Unified Newspaper
The Fitchburg & Oregon Area Senior Centers are proud see the historical society We dont necessarily Group reporter Scott De
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The Aging Mastery Program (AMP) encourages masterydeveloping behaviors across

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