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  •  Kiel FFA Alumni
    The Kiel FFA Alumni held its annual banquet on Sunday, Oct. 25 at LaClare Farms, Malone. 
  • Girls at the St. Vincent de Paul store
    Members of Chilton Catholic Financial Life Chapter WI-09 worked with Chilton Area Catholic School sixth grade girls at the St. Vincent de Paul store at Hilbert. 
  • Have you ever wondered what the former Grand Street Alliance Church looks like now that it has become a residence, or what a quaint little country church looks like when it is all decorated for the Christmas season?

  • Christmas market
    One way to get ready for the 18th annual Old World Christmas Market Dec. 4-13 at The Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake is to take a look back at last year’s event. 
  • Runners and walkers will gather to raise funds for the 21st year in a row on Saturday, Dec. 5 when the annual Kiel Sleigh Bell Run hits the streets of Kiel. 
  • New Holstein High School is hosting Challenge Day for the second year in a row.
    Last school year NHHS introduced the California-based nonprofit program, which is a one-day, all-day event offered to 100 students and 25 adult volunteers. The Challenge Day program is designed to unite members of schools and community and addresses social issues such as teasing, harassment, peer pressure, alcohol and suicide.

  • Board presents service recognition awards

    Calumet County Board of Supervisors presented service recognition awards to employees and committee members during the annual meeting held on Teusday, Nov. 3.

  • As reported in the last couple issues of the Tri-County News, the New Holstein Public Library celebrated 40 years with an open house on Monday, Nov. 16. 
  • Random act of kindness impresses local woman
    Local resident Kathy Pershing was dining recently with her 95-year-old mother at Millhome Supper Club southeast of Kiel. 
  • Court of Honor held for NH Boy Scouts
    A Court of Honor was held recently for New Holstein Boy Scouts who have received merit badges over the past year and/or risen in rank in Scouting. 
  • Chilton Booster Club receives check
    On Sept. 25, 2015, the Chilton Booster Club joined forces with Dodge to raise money to continue their efforts in supporting Chilton High School athletic programs.
    Dodge donated $20 for each test drive taken in a new Dodge Dart, Durango, Grand Caravan, or Journey and short survey completed for a total 2015 donation of $4,340.
    “It is very rewarding for Dodge to partner with our dealers on this wonderful program that gives thousands of dollars to local booster clubs to support their high school students,” Vice President of Sales Operations Jeffrey Kommor of FCA US LLC said.
    Central Garage officials said the fundraiser was a great opportunity for the dealership to give back to the community. “It was a pleasure to work with the parents and students from Chilton Booster Club,” Central Garage Sales Consultant Stacy Schweitzer said. “On behalf of the dealership and the Dodge brand, I would like to thank everyone who took the time to test drive.”

    With the cooperation of local dealers like Central Garage in Chilton, the Dodge brand supports local schools and student enrichment programs in communities across the United States, and has helped raise over $6 million since 1993.

  • The Chilton Chamber of Commerce recently hosted Randall A. Bansley, an auditor with the Wisconsin Department of Administration and representative of the Office of Charitable Gaming, who provided an overview of the State’s gaming rules for raffles and bingo. 
  • Wisconsin Bank gives promotion
    Wisconsin Bank & Trust officials have announced that Amber Tenpas has been promoted to vice president, retail banking manager with retail oversight for all 18 banking centers statewide. 
  • Kiel Junior Achievement will be sponsoring a Brunch with Santa event and large vendor fair taking place Sunday, Nov. 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Millhome Supper Club. 
  • FFA members attend National Convention
    Kiel FFA members left Oct. 27 theaded out to Louisville, Ky. for the 88th National FFA Convention sharing a coach bus with the Kewaunee, Mishicot, Valders, and Sheboygan Falls FFA chapters. 
  • Looking for a little holiday “get away”? The New Holstein Historical Society is offering you that opportunity through a visit to the 2015 Timm House Christmas “Land of Oz.” 
  • Kiel’s downtown will officially light up with Christmas lights on Saturday, November 28, when the annual Kiel Christmas Parade rolls down the street at 6:30 p.m. 
  • Plans continue for Chilton’s 21st Annual Holiday Parade of Lights scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5 starting at 5 p.m.
    The Chilton Chamber of Commerce is again sponsoring the event. All units need to be lighted and must maintain the Christmas theme and spirit. Organizers request that there not be any Santas on the entries as the real Santa will appear in the last parade entry. 
  • Seasons by Design opens in Chilton

    Seasons by Design has added a new location in Chilton, and owner Jillayne Bertram said she is thrilled that customers can “show their sparkle” with items from the popular special gift store.
    Bertram will continue to operate her store at 2605 Ford Dr. in New Holstein just south of Honeymoon Acres, but now new and existing customers can have a second experience at 102 Southside Shopping Center in Chilton.

  • The Fifth Annual Poinsettia Sale is back at New Hope Center in Chilton. 

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