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ts n e t n o C f o Table Chamber Welcome................................4

2020 Calendar of Events................12-14

Welcome to Evansville..........................6

City of Evansville Map.........................16

City Parks & Recreation.........................8

Evansville School District.....................18

Things To Do and See..........................10

2020 Business Directory.................22-29

Cover photos: Bridge and Fireworks by Karen Fisher; Geese by Julie Dybevik and Windmill by Denise Paese. The content of this directory is the property of the Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism. Reproduction or use is prohibited without prior written authorization of the Evansville Chamber. Although every effort to provide accurate, up-to-date information was made, we can not accept liability for incorrect or missing information. This guide is not inclusive of all businesses and organizations in our area. Please submit changes or corrections to: Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Location: 8 West Main Street, Evansville WI 53536 Phone: (608) 882-5131 Email: evansvillecoc@litewire.net Website: www.evansvillechamber.org Facebook: evansvillecoc

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The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism is pleased to present the 12th Annual 2020 Business Directory and Community Guide. We believe that Evansville is a great place to live, work and conduct business. The Chamber encourages residents and visitors to support the local business community by shopping at the businesses listed and displayed throughout this directory. It is through the continued investment made by these businesses, and your willingness to support them with your dollars, that our community is able to prosper.

Evansville Chamber

The Evansville Chamber of Commerce & Tourism has served the local business community for over 50 years. We have an ongoing commitment to be an advocate for our members and the business community at large on the local, county and state levels; to promote as well as facilitate economic development initiatives undertaken in our area, and to support local tourism projects and programs.

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The mission of the Chamber of Commerce is to provide support to local commerce and industry and to assist in the growth, development and recruitment of business enterprises. At the Chamber of Commerce, we work very hard to help our members achieve all their business goals each year, and we measure our success by our members’ success. We provide programs and events that not only support our members as business owners, but also benefit the Evansville community as a whole. Memberships make these programs and events possible, and without them we can’t accomplish our shared mission of a thriving, profitable business community. We are working in collaboration with the City of Evansville to continue to promote and encourage economic development in Evansville. We would like to share a sincere Thank You to our members, the City of Evansville and Unified Newspaper Group for their support of our organization and sponsorship of this directory. - The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Board of Directors

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2020 Chamber Board of Directors Jill Paugel, President Grams Insurance Agency (608) 882-6515 Rachel Kleven, Vice President State Bank of Cross Plains (608) 882-5200 Joe Speich, Treasurer Landmark Services Coop (608) 751-4707 Abbey Barnes, Secretary The Vintage Roost (218) 209-8510 Brittany Alf Bluescope Buildings (608) 882-5000 Shawn Dunphy Urban Exchange Consignment, (608) 882-1260

Sue Farnsworth Farnsworth Agency & Farnsworth Enterprises, (608) 882-4323 Jessica Ross Vintage Charm Boutique & Nail Bar (608) 882-1882

City Representative (Ex-Officio) Jason Sergeant City of Evansville (608) 882-2285 Chamber Staff Christina Slaback, Executive Director Logan McHone, Marketing & Events Assistant

Brandon Rutz Community Booster Ashley Schumacher Hurley Ranch Homes & Reality (608) 882-1299 Nicki Wagner Creekside Place (608) 882-0407

Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism 8 W. Main Street, Evansville, WI 53536 (608) 882-5131 evansvillechamber@gmail.com www.evansvillechamber.org www.facebook.com/ evansvillecoc

CHAMBER BUCKS The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism offers Chamber Bucks — a fast and easy way to support Evansville’s economy by shopping local, Chamber-member businesses. You can purchase Chamber Bucks in $5, $10 and $20 increments at Greenwoods State Bank, State Bank of Cross Plains and the Chamber office at 8 W. Main Street. The Bucks can be used for employee incentives, bonuses, gifts for holidays or birthdays, anniversaries, graduations or any occasion. Look for the “Chamber Business Member” cling found on doors/windows at nearly 100 member businesses within our area who accept the certificates. Any questions about Chamber Bucks usage, give us a call at 882.5131 or evansvillecoc@litewire.net CR Prints &

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With a population of over 5,000, Evansville cherishes its strong sense of community and small town charm. Voted Best Places to Live in Rock County (Niche 2019) Rock County’s Fasted Growing Community (2018), and Voted a Best City for Young Families in Wisconsin (Nerd Wallet 2016), residents gather often for concerts, festivals and celebrations. With its safe neighborhoods and quiet tree-lined streets, small town values permeate our way of life. Pride is taken in our exceptional schools, noted historic district, numerous parks, and historic library. Located only 23 miles south of Madison and 18 miles west of Janesville, Evansville offers small town living coupled with easy access to the world-class Photo by Debbie Simon universities, arts, and entertainment traditionally found only in metropolitan areas. But you won’t have to leave the city limits to experience the arts Evansville is home to nationally-recognized local artists and artisans featured in local galleries. In addition to a robust arts scene, Evansville offers fantastic access to area parks, lakes, and trails - a potent combination resulting in a fantastic quality of life for Evansville residents! Designated as a Tree City USA since 2002 and Bird City USA since 2011, Evansville is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Situated midway between two of Rock County’s most picturesque parks Gibbs Lake and Magnolia Bluff - and planned future expansion of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, the Evansville area offers incredible opportunities to live in, and explore, the great outdoors. As a Tree City USA, the city plants trees each year along street terraces and in the public parks. In addition, the Evansville Community School District established the Grove Community Forest Trail to connect the school buildings with adjacent natural areas and Wind Prairie Park. Besides enhancing our green space, the trail serves as an outdoor classroom for hands-on experience with conservation and natural resources.

Green Leader Evansville is home to a number of initiatives focused on energy conservation and renewable energy which have been built on a tradition of alternative energy. As an example of this tradition, Baker Manufacturing, the community’s oldest operating business, built windmills from the late 1880s until the 1950s. Examples of vintage Baker windmills can be seen in the Eager Economy Building, at the Madison Street entrance to the Leonard-Leota Park and in the Wind Prairie Park. Today Evansville is recognized as a green leader in Wisconsin and is a Wisconsin Energy Independent Community. As a symbolic link between Evansville past and present, a 100 kW wind turbine was erected next to the city’s wastewater treatment plant in 2010. In addition, residents take pride in the school district’s state of the art high school that includes geothermal heating/cooling. 6 www.evansvillechamber.org


Our Roots Settled in the 1840s, Evansville was originally referred to as the “The Grove,” a historical reference to a stand of trees just northwest of the city. Since then, the community of Evansville has carefully preserved and revitalized its historic residential and commercial buildings - making our community home to what the Wisconsin Historical Society has identified as “the finest collection of 1840s to 1915 architecture of any small town in Wisconsin.” The reinstallation of the original brick-paved Main Street was a signature revitalization project that complimented the historic appearance to our downtown business district. In fact, many downtown business owners have undertaken major building restorations, with several projects receiving historic preservation awards. Self-guided walking tours are available to appreciate the architecture of historic buildings in and around the historic district. In 2007, in recognition for the many contributions of the farming community, Evansville was declared by the proclamation of the State of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Soybean Association as “Soybean Capitol of Wisconsin.” A display with historical information regarding the proclamation and contributions of the agribusiness and farmers is located in the lower level of the Eager Building at 7 East Main Street.

Agriculture – Past & Present The agribusiness and area farmers have been important to the Evansville community since 1839. Evansville developed as a community as a result of the working relationship of the farmers and city residents. In 1874, farmers and members of the Grange, also referred to as the Patrons of Husbandry, organized and formed the Evansville Mercantile Association. They opened a general store named The Grange. The Grange was an important part of the Evansville economy for over 100 years. The store was housed in a downtown business site, presently referred to as The Grange Mall. This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The predominant livestock is cows with several dairy farms in the vicinity; farms are often truly “family farms” remaining in the family over several generations. The biggest crops in the area are corn and soybeans. Native grasses and prairie plantings, vegetables, and organic produce also have a significant presence among our local farms. Several prominent Evansville businesses cater to agriculture providing services such as grain storage, truck and rail shipping, fertilizer and agronomy, and large animal veterinarians. Photo by , LLC Photography CR Prints &

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tion a e r c e R d n a City Parks The City of Evansville has over 58 acres of park and recreational open space. Six neighborhood parks and the flagship Leonard Leota Park comprise space available to people in the greater Evansville area. The parks include: • L eonard Leota Park North Madison Street •W  estside Park South Sixth Street • C ountryside Park North Water Street • F ranklin Park South Union Street • S eminary Park South Fourth Street Photo by Debbie Simon Peace Garden & Labyrinth • Brzezinski Park - Corner of West Church and Crawford Streets - Wheelchair Swings • Wind Prairie Park - South Second Street and Old Highway 92 For park related information, please contact City Hall at (608) 882-2266.

Leonard Leota Park In the heart of Leonard Leota Park is Lake Leota, a 40-acre, stream-fed body of water for canoeing, fishing and ice skating. The 20 acres within the park were dredged in the winter of 2008-2009 to restore the lake for recreational use and wildlife habitat. The stone creek walls, picnic tables, bell tower, buildings and other stone structures were built during the Great Depression as Civilian Conservation Corps and Works Progress Administration projects. Rehabilitation of the creek walls is currently underway. Leonard Leota Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a designed landscape. Leonard Leota Park also offers the following amenities: • Baseball and softball diamonds • Picnic areas including five shelter houses • Basketball court • Playground areas in four locations • Tennis courts • Skate park • Hiking areas • Disc golf course An interesting feature to the park is the welcome center and local history museum in the former Baker Office Building. This historic building was no longer in use by Baker Manufacturing and moved to the park’s Madison Street entrance in 1999. The Evansville Grove Society has restored the building to serve as office space for the society and as a local history museum. Recently, the building became the home of Evansville Community Partnership (ECP), a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing Evansville’s quality of life. In 2009, in honor of the building’s history, the Baker Manufacturing Company donated a vintage Baker Monitor windmill which was installed next to the building and can be viewed from Madison Street. 8 www.evansvillechamber.org


Reserving Park Facilities The park picnic shelters may be reserved for family and business gatherings. The ball diamonds and soccer fields may also be reserved for single or multi-day and seasonal events. Facilities are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve these amenities, please contact City Hall at 608.882.2266. Shelter Rental fees are:  City Resident $35  Non-Resident $65  Profit Organizations $100 *A $100 security deposit is required with any reservation.

Recreational Facilities In addition to these parks located in the City, there are nearby recreational facilities outside the City of Evansville. They include:  Magnolia Bluff County Park - 4 miles southwest of Evansville  Gibbs Lake County Park - 5 miles northeast of Evansville  Sugar River Trail - 9 miles southwest of Evansville in Albany For the latest information on City of Evansville follow on Facebook at @CityofEvansvilleWIMunicipality.

Outdoor Swimming Pool The Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center, located in Leonard Leota Park, is open to the public during the summer months. It is fully equipped with locker rooms, showers, lifeguards, a zero-depth entry area for young children and inexperienced swimmers, a diving board and two slides. A special section for lap swimming is available and swimming lessons are also offered. The pool’s season runs from June through August. Schedule and information for the pool can be obtained from City Hall at 608.882.2266 or the city’s website at www.ci.evansville.wi.gov. During the season, the pool’s number is 608.882.2276. bie Simon

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ee... S d n a o D Things To Home Talent Baseball Evansville Jays 2019 Southeast Section Champions! April-September games. Home games at Jay’s Nest in Leonard Leota Park Upper Baseball Diamond. www.evansvillehometalent.org

Creekside Place Art Exhibits Visit often to see changing exhibits! Creekside Place Gallery, 102 Maple St, Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.creeksideplace.org

Creekside Cruise Night Show off your ride with pride! First Thursday, MaySeptember, 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St, Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.creeksideplace.org

Eager Economy Building Micro-Museum Offers a glimpse of Evansville’s agricultural history. The historic building also is home to two towering examples of restored Baker-Monitor windmills. 7 E Main St, Evansville, (Lower Level).

Grove Society Local History Museum Evansville history is the focus of exhibits house in the historic Baker Manufacturing Office building. On the museum grounds is the last tourist cabin from Lake Leota Park, restored to its 1936 appearance Exhibits feature Evansville history housed in the historic Baker Manufacturing Office Building., 1 Antes D. For hours and more information www.GroveSociety.org or www.fb.com/Evansville-Grove-Society-Inc.

Self-Guided Historic District Walking Tour A self-guided walking tour will delight history buffs as well as those who enjoy architecture or just a stroll down quiet tree -lined streets. Evansville’s four historic districts include the second oldest nationally designated district in the state. The walking tours focus on homes and businesses primarily near the downtown area. Follow maps in the free Walker’s Guide tour book. Copies are available at Creekside Place, Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism, City Hall, Eager Free Public Library, the local History Museum, area businesses and online at www.evansvillechamber.org and www.ci.evansville.wi.gov/explore_evansville.

Residential Barn Quilt Tour Evansville is home to 80-plus Barn Quilts, the highest concentration of residential and community Barn Quilts in Rock County. Free brochure with map is available at Creekside Place, Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism, City Hall, and Eager Free Public Library. A link to an online version is at www.ci.evansville.wi.gov/ explore_evansville/ 10 www.evansvillechamber.org


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2020

January

17-18 Murder Mystery Dinner Party 1980s music icons create mayhem in this fundraiser for the Evansville Education Foundation. Guests are encouraged to wear 1980s attire! Admission fee. 6-9:30pm, Emma’s Table, 104 W. Main St., Evansville. Jays fundraiser. www.facebook.com/EEF.org/

February

8 Chocolate Extravaganza Admission fee. Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0407, info@creeksideplace.org

15 2nd Annual 8 Pin Bowling Tap Tournament Chamber event open to everyone. 2pm and 5pm at Blue Devil Bowl, 108 E. Main St., Evansville. (608) 882-5131, www.evansvillechamber.org

29 20th Annual The Heat is On!

April

4 Easter Egg Hunt. Photos with Chili Cook Off Admission fee. Easter Bunny at 10am, hunt at 6:30-9:30pm, Creekside Place, 11am. Countryside Park on North 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0598, www.ecp-wi.org Water St., Evansville 24 Week of the Young Child Family Fun Night FREE. March Dinner, 5:30-7:30pm, 1 30th Annual FFA Farm Toy 401 S. Third St., Evansville. Show. Admission fee. (608) 882-9900, 9am-2pm, Evansville School www.community-action.org District Field House, 320 Fair St. (608) 882-4125, May www.facebook.com/evansville. 7 Creekside Cruise Night 5-8pm, wi.ffa.alumni/ Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.facebook.com/ creeksidecruise 8 Art Crawl Evansville’s 6-7 Pop-Up Market includes vintage, handmade and repurposed treasures at Evansville Main St. proprietors and special vendors at Red Barn. Admission fee at Red Barn. www.facebook.com/ EvansvillePopUpMarket

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Main Street shops host up to 30 artists. Refreshments and entertainment. www.evansvillechamber.org

25 Memorial Day Recognition Parade, Rally in the Alley and Chamber raffle. 179 E. Main St., Evansville. (608) 882-2335


June

4 Creekside Cruise Night 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.facebook.com/ creeksidecruise

19 5th Annual Strawberry Festival 3-7pm, Emma’s Table, 104 W. Main St., Evansville. (608) 305-4882, www.facebook.com/EEF.org

26 Ice Cream Social and Block Party 5-8pm. Emma’s Table, 104 W. Main St., Evansville. (608) 882-2260, www.facebook.co/friendsofEFPL

July

31-Aug.1 Gently Used Book Sale, Friends of the Eager Free Public Library Lower level at The Grange, 19 W Main St., Evansville. (608) 882-2260, www.facebook.co/ friendsofEFPL

2-5 A Lake Leota Fourth Festival starts on Thursday and lasts all weekend. Parade at 10am Saturday; kiddie parade just prior. Fireworks on the Fourth at dusk. Youth fishing tournament, Sunday church service in the park, pancake breakfast, and car show. Festival tent opens at noon. Leonard Leota Park, Leonard Park Dr., Evansville. (608) 882-0598, www.ecpi-wi.org and www. facebook.com/ALakeLeota4th/

4 Evansville 4th of July Fun Run/ Walk 7:30am Leonard-Leota Park. 10K/5K/1Mile run-walk. evansvillerunwalk@gmail.com

31-Aug. 2 Evansville’s City-Wide Garage Sale Days From A-Z, it’s here: collectibles, treasures & more!

12 Health Fair 9am-1pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.creeksideplace.org

August

1 Gently Used Book Sale, Friends of the Eager Free Public Library Lower level at The Grange, 19 W. Main St., Evansville. (608) 882-2260, www.facebook.co/friendsofEFPL

1-2 Evansville’s City-Wide Garage Sale Days. From A-Z, it’s here: collectibles, treasures & more!

2 Creekside Cruise Night 5-8pm, 6 Evansville Night Out Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.facebook.com/ creeksidecruise

October

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6 Creekside Cruise Night 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.facebook.com/ creeksidecruise

20 Evansville Annual Chamber Golf Outing. All welcome to play. (608) 882-5131, evansvillecoc@ litewire.net

September

November

20-21 Olde Fashioned Christmas Carriage rides 5-8pm Friday. Santa arrives by fire truck 10am Saturday. Downtown Evansville. (608) 882-5131, www.evansvillechamber.org

25 Friends of the Eager Free Public Library Pie Sale Noon5pm (or till pies are gone) at the library, 39 W. Main St., Evansville. (608) 882-2260, www.facebook.co/friendsofEFPL

December

4 Love Light Tree Lighting at 6pm, Grange Mall, 19 W. Main St., Evansville. www. facebook.com/AwareEvansville

3 Creekside Cruise Night 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. (608) 882-0407, www.facebook.com/ creeksidecruise

18 Ladies Night Out. Admission fee. Refreshments, entertainment and prizes. Main Street, Evansville. (608) 8825131, evansvillecoc@litewire.net

5 36th Annual Evansville Craft Fair $1 admission fee. 9am-3pm, TRIS Intermediate School, 420 S. Fourth St., Evansville. (608) 882-3306 Before venturing out, check for updated information.

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Chamber Events!

Mark Your Calendars

for these EVANSVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & TOURISM EVENTS 2020 Check out our website and Facebook page for updates and additional events at www.evansvillechamber.org or facebook.com/evansvillecoc

January

May

September

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25 Memorial Day Raffle

TBA The “5:05”

23 New Year Mixer at Pete’s

February

14 The “5:05” at Vintage Charm 18 Ladies Night Out -

at VFW Post #6905

at Just Beyond the Willlow

June

October

at State Bank of Cross Plains

at Ceili Coffee & Wine Bar

March

July

31 Merchant Trick or Treat

at The Red Barn

at Farnsworth Insurance State Farm Insurance

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15 8 Pin Bowling Tournament at Blue Devil Bowl

27 The “5:05” at Palace Meets Coworking Space

6-7 Pop Up Market

April

30 The “5:05” at Hurley Ranch Homes & Realty

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August

1 Citywide Rummage Sales TBA The “5:05”

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November

at Greenwoods State Bank

20-21 Olde Fashioned Christmas

28 Small Business Saturday

20 Chamber Golf Outing

December

at Evansville Golf Course

Meeting

at Blue Devil Bowl

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The Evansville Community School District is a district of approximately 1,815 students. The district takes pride in its small class sizes and its focus on the child as an individual. Additionally, the district offers a comprehensive approach to academics, fine arts, physical fitness/athletics and technology integration; however, most importantly, the district works hard to foster a safe, caring, inclusive, and equitable learning environment for all students. Using a Continuous System of Improvement model, the ECSD has collaborative committees composed of educators, Board members, and community members that focus on overall district performance in areas such as culture and climate, communication, teaching and learning, and technology. In addition to consistently performing at an “exceeding expectations” level on the Wisconsin DPI annual report card, the ECSD has received accolades including a Blue-Ribbon School award, and consecutive College Board Advanced Placement District Honor Roll in 2017 and 2018. The Department of Public Instruction provides public access to academic performance data on the WISEdash Public Portal: https://wisedash.dpi.wi.gov/Dashboard/portalHome.jsp The Wisconsin public school open enrollment application period is open from February through April for the following school year. The Department of Public Instruction provides public access on open enrollment at https://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment. If you have further questions, please contact Ms. Wendy Benkert, 882-3385. Also, feel free to contact the building principal to volunteer or arrange a visit at any ECSD school. Active PTO’s, music and sports booster programs provide many extras for their schools and community, and the district has a variety of means for parental/community involvement.

Levi Leonard Our elementary school consists of Early Childhood, Four-Year-Old Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and first and second grade classes. Through life skills lessons and Little Blue assemblies, students develop positive social and emotional skills that build the foundation for future relationships and learning. The AGR grant allows us to maintain small student-teacher ratios with approximately 18 students per class. Through the workshop model in ELA and math, students work collaboratively each day and grow in a variety of ways. 461 Students Early Childhood to Grade 2 (608) 882-4606 401 S. Third Street Principal: Mr. Mark Schwartz

Theodore Robinson Intermediate School (TRIS): Students in grades 3, 4 and 5 along with staff and families work collaboratively to create a welcoming, engaging and positive school community where all students, staff and families nurture and celebrate the gifts each brings to the table. Together they strengthen relationships, build connections and foster a learning community where all students have access to an excellent education that supports learning and celebrations. TRIS is a place where everyone matters. 389 Students Grades 3 to 5 (608) 882-3888 420 S. Fourth Street Principal: Ms. Barb Dorn 18 www.evansvillechamber.org


J.C. McKenna Our middle school consists of grade levels 6-8. The days consist of a modified block schedule with students having core classes for an entire block and specials for half of a block. The modified block allows students to take band, choir, music appreciation, health, physical education and possibly have a study hall within a three-day rotation. All students participate in art, computers and technical education at each grade level. Teachers operate as grade level teams. Students have the opportunity to be involved in several extra-curricular activities throughout the school day as well as athletics outside of the school day. 400 Students Grades 6 to 8 (608) 882-4780 307 S. First Street Principal: Ms. Joanie Dobbs Dean of Students: Darren Demmin

Evansville High School Opened in 2002-03, our comprehensive high school offers academic, fine arts, and vocational/ technical classes on an A/B block schedule. Advanced placement courses and web-based online education classes help individualize our program to provide an appropriate level of challenge and equal access for all students. Our students are actively involved in a wide range of school-sponsored extra-curricular activities. The Performing Arts Center provides a beautiful state-of-the-art venue for school and community productions and our recent 3.1-million-dollar STEAM Addition offers countless opportunities for engaged learning. 565 Students Grades 9-12 (608) 882-4600 640 S. Fifth Street Principal: Mr. Jason Knott Assistant Principal: Mr. Brian Cashore Athletic Director: Ms. Andie Varsho csdnet.org

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ooy t c e r i D ss e Busin AGRIBUSINESS

AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING R.A. Heating & Air Conditioning Inc 598 Water St, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6221 www.raheating.com

Landmark - Agronomy

Offering smart solutions for today’s production needs. 6631 Cty. M, Evansville, WI 53536 608-819-3202 www.landmark.coop fb.com/LandmarkServicesCoop

AMATEUR BASEBALL

Evansville Jays Home Talent Baseball Club Landmark Grain Purchasing & Marketing

Landmark has the speed, space & markets to move your grain in a timely & productive manner. 6331 Cty. Rd. M, Evansville, WI 53536 608-819-3203 www.landmark.coop fb.com/LandmarkServicesCoop

Play competitive baseball, or enjoy watching baseball at Lake Leota Park. Evansville, WI 53536 608-575-4359 www.evansvillehometalent.org fb.com/EvansvilleJays

ANIMAL CARE, BOARDING, VETERINARIAN Chesterfield Boarding Kennel

Landmark Services Cooperative “Offering smart solutions for today’s production needs”. 1401 Landmark Dr., Cottage Grove, WI 53527 608-251-9010 www.landmark.coop fb.com/LandmarkServicesCoop

Larson Acres 18218 WI-59, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6662 www.larsonacres.com

New Americana Hemp Evansville, WI 53536 608-354-7264 or 218-464-3238

5641 N. Old Hwy. 92, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6197 www.chesterfieldkennel.com

Evansville Veterinary Service 18 Maple St., Evansville WI, 53536 608-882-5330 evansvillevets.com

APPLIANCES & APPLIANCE REPAIR ApplianceWorks 33 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4156 www.applianceworksinc.com

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ATTORNEY

Shannon Law Office

We listen to you. We counsel you. We fight for you. 104 W. Main St., Suite 1, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5944 Fax: 608-882-6462 www.shannon-law.com fb.com/Shannon-Law-OfficeLLC-138041662898471/ fb.comJohn-M-Evans-Hall-122946618142138/

AUTO SALE & SERVICES N.A.P.A Auto Parts 8202 Hwy .14 N, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5869 www.napaonline.com/en/wi/evansville/store/29988

Symdon Chevrolet 369 N. Union St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4803 www.symdon.com

Greenwoods State Bank 12 John Lindemann Dr, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6010 www.greenwoods.bank

H&R Block 809 West Main St. Suite 2 Stoughton, WI 53589 608-873-5300 Fax: 608-873-6099

Retirement Income Strategies Retirement income planning, provide comprehensive financial planning for those at or near retirement. 7 E Main St., #6, Evansville, WI 53536 608-208-1800 Fax: 866-225-5801 www.MadisonMoneyGuy.com fb.com/ristrategies/

Utzig Carstar Collision Service Center 204 Water St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0807 www.carstar.com/locations/wi/evansville-15259/

BANKS, FINANCIAL SERVICES & TAX PREPARATION BMO Harris Bank 25 N. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6166 www.bmoharris.com

Roger G. Roth & Associates CPA Quality accounting, tax & business consulting services. 1 N. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-822-2795 Fax: 608-882-2480 www.rgr-cpa.com fb.com/rgrcpa

Edward Jones Financial Advisor Sharon Ballou 16 S. Madison St., Suite C, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0867 www.edwardjones.com/financial-advisor/index.html?CIRN=HcVFny2be6lIAam0GGI0F6%2FSLWWD8fWwkzoZuELMQpsHs6TE

First Community Bank 202 Merchant Row, Milton, WI 53563 608-868-7644 www.fcbmilton.com

State Bank of Cross Plains A full sevice banking partner to Dane, Green & Rock Counties. Committed to helping customers turn their financial dreams into reality. 2 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5200 www.sbcp.bank

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BARS, LOUNGES & TAVERNS

CHILDCARE

Ceili Coffee and Wine Bar 16 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-698-9298 www.Ceilicoffee.com

Evansville Memorial VFW Post 6905 Public welcome! Hall rental available for smaller parties. 179 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-2335 myvfw.ovg/wi/post6905/

Wee Ones Child Care Center

Strong Start 4Kids Program, qualified, experienced staff, secured, locked building & meals provided. 618 Porter Rd., Evanville, WI 53536 608-882-3400 fb.com/Wee-Ones-Child-CareCenter272283422977692

CHURCHES

Pete’s Inn 14 N. Madison, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4170

The Red Barn Tavern & Banquet Hall 7530 Cty. Tk. M, Evansville, WI 53536 608-575-0761

BOWLING ALLEY Blue Devil Bowl 108 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-9850 www.bluedevilbowl.com

BUSINESS SERVICES

Palace Meets Coworking We provide private office space, shared office space & a conference room for entreprenuers, small business startups and remote workers. 17 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-1400 pmcoworking.com fb.com/Palace-Meets-Coworking-

St. John’s Lutheran Church

All Are Welcome! 312 S. Third St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4044 StJohns-LC.org fb.com/St-Johns-Lutheran-Church-Evansville-WI

Evansville United Methodist Church 21 S. Madison St., P.O. Box 441 Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4622 www.evansvilleumc.com

CIVIC & NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AWARE in Evansville 209 S. First St., P.O. Box 403, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-9900 www.community-action.org

BASE (Building A Safer Evansville) 150 E. Main St., Suite 17, Evansville, WI 53536 608-436-1275 www.buildingasaferevansville.org

Dane County Buy Local 2801 International Ln., Suite 110, Madison, WI 53704 608-729-7342 www.danebuylocal.com

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Eager Free Public Library 39 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-2260 www.als.lib.wi.us/EFPL

Evansville Housing Authority 455 S. 1st St., P.O. Box 605 Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4518

Grove Society 15 Antes Dr., Evansville, WI 53536 www.grovesociety.org

Paulson Kimball Construction, LLC 917 Todd Dr., Janesville, WI 53546 608-752-6611 www.paulsonkimball.com

Phillips Contracting LLC 65 N. Union Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-751-4025 www.phillipscontractingllc.com

Roy Heacox & Son 150 N. Union Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4536

Lions Club of Evansville, WI

Vogel Bros. Building Co.

Together we serve. Evansville, WI 53536

5460 Fen Oak Dr., Madison, WI 53718 608-241-5454 www.vogelbldg.com

COMMUNITY CENTERS & RECEPTION FACILITIES

CONVENIENCE STORE

Creekside Place Inc.

230 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-9847

102 Maple St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0407 www.creeksideplace.org

Casey’s General Store

CONCRETE Baumberger Foundations 482 Water St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-921-3746 www.baumbergershop.com/

CONTRACTORS, CONSTRUCTION, EXCAVATING & LUMBER SUPPLY Hurley Ranch Homes & Realty 129 N. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-1299 www.hurleyranch.com

Nelson-Young Lumber Co. 206 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4960 www.nylumber.com

Landmark Cenex

Stop for fuel, quick groceries & beverages. 9 John Lindemann Dr, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-2621 https://landmark.coop/ fb.com/LandmarkServicesCoop

DENTAL CARE Maple Grove Family Dental, LLC 39 W. Church St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4860 www.maplegrovefamilydental.com

Midwest Dental 449 S. 1St St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4338 www.midwest-dental.com

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ELECTRIC Evansville Electric LLC The Grove Family Dental & TMJ Clinic Preventive and restorative care for the entire family. 109 S. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4441 Fax: 608-882-4967 www.smilesbydrjohn.com fb.com/smilesbydrjohn

DINING, DESSERTS & CATERING K’s Clean Eats & Treats LLC 611 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-225-8636 www.kscleaneatsandtreats.com

McDonald’s

9002 W. US Hwy. 14, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0100 fb.com/evansvilleelectric

FUNERAL HOMES & SERVICES

Ward-Hurtley Funeral Home

Provides funeral, memorial, personalization, aftercare, pre-planning and cremation services 130 S. 5th St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4410 Fax: 608-882-4411 www.wardhurtley.com

9 John Lindemann Dr., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4032

Subway 40 N. Union Rd., Evansville, Wi 53536 608-882-5535 www.subway.com

The Grove Market

GOLF COURSE Evansville Golf Club 8501 N. Cemetery Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6524 www.evansvillegolfclub.com

24 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-1566

The Night Owl Sports Pub & Eatery

HARDWARE Evansville Ace Hardware

189 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-9973

755 Brown School Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4646

EDUCATION

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Blackhawk Technical College 6004 S. Cty. Rd. G, P.O. Box 5009 Janesville, WI 53547-5009 608-757-7772 www.blackhawk.edu

Anytime Fitness Evansville 821 Brown School Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5644 www.anytimefitness.com

Evansville Hometown Pharmacy Evansville Community School District

Providing a positive learning environment that challenges all students to achieve personal excellence and become contributing citizens of the world community. 340 Fair St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5224 Fax: 608-882-6564 www.ecsdnet.org or fb.com/ECSDNet/

21 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4550 www.hometownpharmacywi.com/locations/ evansville-hometown-pharmacy

Dr. Allison Becker, LLC 7 E. Main St., Suite 4, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-1388 www.doctorallisonbecker.com

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HOSPITALS & CLINICS Stoughton Hospital 900 Ridge St., Stoughton, WI 53589 608-873-6611 www.stoughtonhospital.com

INSURANCE AGENCIES Farmers Insurance/ Randall Hanson Agency

LODGING Boarders Inn & Suites 715 Brown School Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 staycobblestone.com/wi/evansville

MANUFACTURING Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC

137 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-1328 www.agents.farmers.com/wi/evansville/randall-hanson

133 Enterprise St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5100 www.bakermfg.com

GRAMS Insurance Agency, LLC

273 Water St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5000 www.bluescopebuildings.com/

Bluescope Buildings

We provide affordable, home, auto, business, farm, umbrella, motorcycle, boat, RV, life insurance, bonds & much more. 15 N. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6515 or 608-884-3304 www.gramsinsurance.com

Mosher & Associates Insurance Services 15 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0000 www.mosherinsurance.com

State Farm Insurance - Jeff Farnsworth 7 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4323 www.jefffarnsworth.com

INTERNET SERVICES LiteWire Internet Services, Inc. 555 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4728 www.litewire.net

LANDSCAPE DESIGN, SUPPLY & OUTDOOR SERVICES Formecology, LLC 210 Cemetery Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6656 www.formecology.com

Urban Landscaping/ Pleasant Prairie Greenhouse

16907 W. Cty. Rd. C, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0501 www.pleasantprairiegreenhousewi.com

Stoughton Trailers

We are hiring – Come join the family at Stoughton Trailers 101 Cty. Hwy. M, Evansville, WI 53536 608-873-2500 www.stoughtontrailers.com fb.com/stoughtontrailers

MEDIA Unified Newspaper Group (Stoughton Courier Hub) 133 Enterprise Dr., Verona, WI 53593 608-845-9559 www.unifiednewsgroup.com

WCLO/WJVL 1 S. Parker Dr., Janesville, WI 608-752-7895 www.wclo.com/wjvl.com

MUNICIPAL SERVICES City of Evansville 31 S. Madison St., P.O. Box 529, Evansville, Wi 53521 608-882-2266 www.ci.evansville.wi.org

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Evansville Department of Public Works 535 S. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-2270 www.ci.evansville.wi.org

Evansville EMS Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-2269 www.ci.evansville.wi.org

Evansville Fire District 425 Water St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-9934

Century 21 Affiliated 7 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5216 www.c21affiiliated.com

Farnsworth Enterprises LLC Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-1211

George Auction Service & Real Estate, LLC 11211 N. Union Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6123 www.georgeauction.com

Evansville Police Department 10 W. Church St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-2292 www.ci.evansville.wi.org

NURSING HOME Kelly House 121 S. 5th St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-4191 www.kellyhouse.net

POWER WASHING

Land Home Financial Services Your preferred community lender. 21 E. Main, Evansville, WI 53536 608-736-8022 Fax: 608-234-5378 www.approvedfast.com/landhome/ipa/alisawoerner Alisa.woerner@lhfs.com

LJG Properties LLC P.O. Box 440, Evansville, WI 53536 608-751-2316

RETAIL & SPECIALTY SHOPS Farnsworth Ceramics

Under Pressure Power Washing

12 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6003 fb.com/FarnsworthCeramics

REAL ESTATE (RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL)/LEASING

Hanson Electronics, U.S. Cellular Dealer

Low pressure exterior and roof cleaning. Evansville, WI 53536 608-490-3005 www.underpressurepowerwashingllc.com fb.com/unedrpressurepowerwashing

Allen Realty 471 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-6840 www.allenrealtyinc.com

Cell phone repair, supply, and one stop shop to anything electronics 603 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0680 www.hansonelectrics.net

Berg Realty LLC

Just Beyond the Willow

102 E, Main St,, Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0897 or 608-219-7879

510 S. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-490-0793

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Pampered Chef Sonya Tourdot

Enriching lives. One meal and one memory at a time. 560 Morehead Dr., Belleville, WI 53508 608-209-2275 www.pamperedchef.biz/sonyatourdot

Vintage Charm Boutique & Nail Bar

Primitive Homespun Rags n Things

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Evansville, WI 53536 608-669-4082

Ringhand’s Beer Mustard Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-5879

The Vintage Roost

Featuring Wild Poppy Clothing Boutique & Whiskers & Sniffs Pet Boutique 14 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 5353 218-209-8510 facebook.com/StudioRepeats

Urban Exchange Consignment 26 W. Main St., Evansville, Wi 53536 608-882-1260 www.urbanexchange608.com

Clothing & accessories. Nail treatments & pedicures. 11 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-1882

AT&T 316 W. Washington Ave., Madison, WI 53703 608.252.2359 www.att.com

TRAVEL Mouse Magic Travel by Jolene Evansville, WI 53536 608-882-0640

TREE SERVICE Mallon Tree Service 11033 N. Wilder Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 608-492-1124 www.mallontreeservice.com enise Paese

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Ward-Hurtley Funeral Home

Farnsworth Insurance Agency, Inc.

Pre-Planning Funeral Trusting

Contact Jeff Farnsworth, Agent for all your insurance needs.

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Infants • Preschool • School Age YoungStar

“Southern Wisconsin’s Best Greens” 8501 N. Cemetery Rd. Evansville, WI

(608) 882-6804 Banquets • Weddings • Reunions Catering • Golf Outings

Secured Locked Building Nutritious and Kid Friendly Meals Provided Theme Based Curriculum Child Care

• Open to the Public • Reservations up to a Week in Advance • 18 Hole Course • Driving Range • Leagues • Lessons • Bar & Grill Open Daily • Banquet Facilities • Friday Fish Fry • Memberships Available

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John Blanke, General Manager Email: evansvillegolf@sbcglobal.net

618 Porter Road Evansville, WI 53536 weeoneschildcarecenter@gmail.com www.weeoneschildcarecenter.com

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We’re Here For You Stoughton Hospital Emergency & Urgent Care 900 Ridge Street 608-873-6611 Urgent Care 6 a.m.-11 p.m. daily Stoughton Hospital - Oregon Urgent Care 990 Janesville Street 608-835-5373 Monday-Friday 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m.-8 p.m. We accept over 160 area insurance plans. Please check your individual plan regarding coverage of services.

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