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Official News for the Campbellsport School District • the Villages of Campbellsport & Eden • the Townships of Ashford, Auburn, Eden & Osceola
Volume 104 • Number 31
Thursday, October 27, 2011
75¢ Trick Or Treating In Campbellsport And Eden It is that time of the year again for the ghosts, ghouls, goblins and witches to haunt the streets of area communities. Campbellsport and Eden trick or treat hours will be on different days again this year. This Saturday afternoon, Oct. 29, children will be able to go door-to-door to ask the age-old question and hope for goodies in their bag or pumpkin in Campbellsport. The Village of Campbellsport has
designated 2 p.m.-4 p.m. as its trick or treating hours. The Village of Eden has designated 3 p.m.-5 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 30, as its trick or treating hours. Please make sure your children are supervised by an adult and that their costumes/masks are safe for walking, vision and weather-appropriate. A flashlight is advised during twilight hours. Have a good time and stay safe this Halloween.
Campbellsport Youth Has Great Succes Despite Disadvantage By Andrea Hansen Abler
Tonnette Walker, first lady of Wisconsin; Stephanie Klett, Wisconsin tourism secretary; and Jackie Scharfenberg, forest naturalist; lead a group as they start their walk on the nature trail that travels around Mauthe Lake. Walk With Walker was held on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Mauthe Lake recreation area. This is a program started by the first lady to help get people interested in being healthy and get them out to see the beautiful areas that Wisconsin has to offer. Throughout the walk, Scharfenberg would stop the group to give them information about Mauthe Lake and the Kettle Moraine State Forest around the lake. photo by Andrea Hansen Abler
When you hear about the successes that Lindsay Muench of Campbellsport has had hunting, you would never guess that she has had to overcome some obstacles in order to hunt. In just her second year of hunting, Lindsay has already shot three deer this month and she
bagged a turkey and a bear this spring and two deer last year. Muench has really done well since finishing at the top of her hunter’s safety class two years ago. Knowing Lindsay makes all this success even more impressive. The Campbellsport teen was born
Lindsay Muench Continued on Page 11
Haebig Is A Champion In Only Three Years By Tina Ebert Most parents want their children to develop their own likes and dislikes. When it comes to horses, though, the love carried over from mother to daughter. Leah Haebig of Campbellsport was thrilled when her mom, Becky, got the horse back that she showed before heading off to college. Leah started riding Pixy Janes Star and that was all it took, she was hooked on horses. That was only three years ago. Heabig wanted to compete, but Star couldn’t. Star was boarded at a stable owned by Ranee Guyant. Guyant had a three-year old American Quarter horse named Tuckers Melody Jac who Haebig would show in the WHRA (Wisconsin Horse Ranch Association). This was Leah’s first show
season. She received Hi Point in All Around and Western Showmanship. Throughout 2009 she competed on Tucker and a fouryear-old American Paint horse named Snap To A Awe or “Lilly”. In 2009, Lilly and Heabig competed at the Fond du Lac County Fair through the Campbellsport 4-H Club. Together they won multiple top awards. In order to compete at the state level, riders need to complete the sixth grade. Haebig would have to wait another year. Also in that year, she was awarded Year-End Hi Point Youth in Trail, Western Riding, Showmanship and Horsemanship. Along with this All Around Hi Point Youth for Wisconsin in WRHA (Wisconsin Ranch Horse Association). Throughout the coming year, Haebig become a
member of a number of horse clubs and showed at their events. She is a member of the American Quarter Horse Association, The Broken Cinch Saddle Club, The Wisconsin Paint Horse Club, The American Paint Horse Association, Wisconsin Ranch Horse Association and the American Ranch Horse Association. In 2010, Haebig qualified for the Wisconsin State Horse Expo with her finishes at the Fond du Lac County Fair. She rode both Tucker and Lilly at the fair and was awarded multiple first place finishes. At her first State showing, Haebig was awarded Top 10 finishes in Hunt Showmanship, Western Showmanship, Western Pleasure and Trail with Lilly.
Champion In Three Continued on Page 14
The Village and Town of Eden appointed Tim Engel as the new fire chief of the Eden Fire Department. The appointment was made during the joint annual meeting of the Eden Fire Department and the town and village boards on Monday, Oct. 17. Chief Engel has made the appointments of Denny Rahn, first assistant, and Kyle Salter, second assistant. Chief Engel is pictured above with his father, Roger, who was the Eden Fire Chief from 1985-1992. This is the first time the appointment of a father and son has occurred in the Eden Fire Department. Engel replaces retiring Fire Chief Ed Costello. -photo submitted
Sunday, November 6, 2011 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Come learn about all the wonderful opportunities SMSA High School has to offer!
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