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  • The Homestead Auxiliary recently purchased a new patio table and four chairs for the residents at Atrium Post Acute Care of New Holstein.
  • New Holstein FFA Alumni Crops Show
    The annual New Holstein FFA Alumni Crops Show was held recently in the New Holstein High School FFA classrooms.
  • The New Holstein and Kiel police departments are hosting a recruitment open house for the Police Explorer Program on Monday, Oct. 26 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the New Holstein Police Department, 2110 Washington St., New Holstein. 
  • On Tuesday, Oct. 20, area residents will have an opportunity to give the gift of life by participating in the Holyland blood drive.
  • Cheerleaders hosted a cheer camp
    New Holstein High School's cheerleaders hosted a cheer camp for the local youths on Sept. 21.
  • The Calumet County Public Health Department will be offering flu shots to the community.
    Flu vaccines for adults with Medicare Part B or "Medicare Advantage Plans" will be billed by the Health Division. Please remember to bring insurance cards to the clinic.
  • Holyland Food Pantry open house Oct. 17
    The public is welcome to attend the Dedication Service and Open House at the Holyland Food Pantry, Inc. on Saturday, Oct. 17.
    The Dedication Service will be held at 1:30 p.m. at St. Paul United Church of Christ, N10362 St. Paul Rd., Malone. Pastor Gary Miller and Fr. Gary Wegner, OFM, will officiate. Choir members from area churches will come together for the special service. The Holyland Food Pantry Open House, located across the road from St. Paul Church, will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
  • President Arlene DeTroye called the Monday, Sept. 14 meeting of the New Holstein American Legion Auxiliary to order.
  • The first "Deacons Deli" event which had been scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 15 has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12 starting at 6:30 p.m. at Hilde's Deli, 24 W. Main St., Chilton.
  • Kathy Groeschel, elderly benefit specialist for Calumet County, will be giving a presentation that would be beneficial to individuals approaching Medicare eligibility or individuals who are on Medicare and want to understand what options they might have.
  • Over 600 in Run T.A.L.L.
    The Third Annual Run T.A.L.L. 5K Run/Walk presented by Amerequip was held Saturday at New Holstein's Kiwanis Park in New Holstein.
  • New Holstein Homecoming
    Seniors Andrea Koene and William Blanck (seated, center) were crowned queen and king at New Holstein High School's recent Homecoming Dance.
  • The New Holstein Police Department is investigating a reported burglary at South Town Family Restaurant in New Holstein which allegedly took place late Monday night or early Tuesday morning.
  • On May 27, 2015, the Calumet County Sheriff's Department and Chilton Police Department were dispatched to a reported shooting in the City of Chilton.
    The Calumet County SWAT team was dispatched along with the Chilton Police Department to the alleged shooting.
  • Blood donors play an important role in helping to save and improve lives.
    On Tuesday, Oct. 20, area residents will have an opportunity to give the gift of life by participating in the Holyland blood drive. Blood donations will be accepted at Maximillian's in Mount Calvary from 11:45 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Virginia (Timm) Meyer celebrated her 100th birthday
    Virginia (Timm) Meyer recently celebrated her 100th birthday. Currently a resident of Atrium Post-Acute Care in New Holstein, Virginia was joined by many family and friends at a celebration held in Atrium's chapel.
  • A series of financial planning workshops are scheduled by Riesterer Financial Services in Kiel in the coming months.
    Upcoming fall Come and Learn topics include the following:
  • Zion Lutheran Church celebrated its 100th anniversary
    Zion Lutheran Church in New Holstein celebrated its 100th anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 27 with a special service followed by a catered dinner in the fellowship hall.
  • Junior Will winner of 50/50 raffle
    Junior Will (left) of Cleveland gladly accepts a check for $1,078 from Mike Hartmann, chairman of the 50/50 raffle for the New Holstein Area Chamber of Commerce, and Chamber member Colleen Sloggy.
  • Country Visions donates to Town of Calumet Fire
    Country Visions Cooperative, Land O' Lakes and Dekalb Seed have come together to donate $6,000 to the Town of Calumet Fire Department.
    The money will be used to purchase helmets for the volunteer firemen.

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