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  • 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. 
  • New Holstein’s annual Festival of Wreaths, sponsored by the New Holstein Area Chamber of Commerce, is being planned for Sunday, Dec. 6 as part of Country Christmas. 
  • Kiel Area Theatre officials have announced auditions for their February production of “Godspell.”
     This timeless classic written by Stephen Schwartz is based on the Gospel of Matthew.

  • The Chilton Chamber of Commerce and local businesses once again will be sponsoring a holiday promotion, “Christmas on Us.” 
  • Chilton school superintendent to retire
    Chilton School District Superintendent, Dr. Claire Martin, has announced that she will retire at the end of the 2015-16 school year. 
  • Miss Wisconsin 2015 visits Bondes
    Miss Wisconsin 2015, Rosalie Smith of Kenosha, made an appearance at Bonde’s Quik-Mart. 
  • The Holyland Turkey Trot two-mile walk/run will be held Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, Nov. 26.
    It will begin and end at the St. Cloud Civic Center, 911 Main St., in St. Cloud.

  • Abler Art Glass, located along STH 32/57 just southeast of Kiel, is having its annual Holiday Open House Friday, Nov. 27, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 28, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Sunday, Nov. 29, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
  • Holyland Food Pantry receives donation
    Tom (left) and Mark Diederichs, representing the St. Peter Lions Club, and Mark Benzinger (right), representing the East Shore Lions Club, donated 24 turkeys to the Holyland Food Pantry for their November distribution. 
  • Chilton School District Police School Liasion Officer Jacob Meyer offered his first quarter report to board officials on Monday, Nov. 16.
    Meyer presented a new report format, concentrating on three areas including presentations, law enforcement, and general summary. 
  • Students Western Program
    Chilton Elementary School’s 4-year-old kindergarten students under the direction of teachers Annette Pleshek and Beth Kaziak held their annual Western Program on Thursday, Nov. 19. 
  • New Holstein’s Common Council took another big step last Wednesday toward possible future redevelopment of the former Tecumseh Products Company site now known as Marketplatz. 

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