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Green County youth find state conference ‘never disappoints’ Isabella Carnes, Jackie Nusbaum, Katie Nusbaum, Lorelei Pagett, and Royce Brauer, all from Green County, joined hundreds of 4-H youth attending the 98th annual 4-H & Youth Conference at the UW-Madison campus June 25-28. Green County’s group of outstanding individuals numbered with about 400 other young people representing UW-Extension’s 4-H Youth Development program in celebrating the 98th anniversary. Isabella Carnes, a 3-time Youth Conference delegate, said this about her experience: “Conference never disappoints. The message that comes from the speakers or even the other youth is truly amazing. I was so happy to be able to spend conference with some great other kids from Green County. Remember, ‘We are better together.’” The annual four-day conference gives youth a chance to learn about a variety of 4-H and other youth programs, experience hands-on learning in a university campus atmosphere and strengthen life skills such as communication and leadership. Participants also gain knowledge to share back home, and have the opportunity to exchange ideas and form friendships with youth from around the state. The delegates attended workshops and assemblies developed around the theme “Leadership…the Road Less Traveled” which highlighted leadership, individual responsibility, goal setting, healthy living, and living up to
potential. Workshop topics included everything from communication arts to building leadership skills, healthy living, STEM topics, youth citizenship, and a host of other exciting subjects. Students also participated in a variety of community service projects designed to stimulate interest in replicating similar projects in their own communities. Additionally, Royce Brauer took advantage of the opportunity to participate in the Wisconsin 4-H Drama Company and performed in a production that the whole conference delegation attended. In order to participate in Wisconsin 4-H Drama Company, Royce had to go through an application process this past winter. Wisconsin 4-H Foundation provided financial support for this conference. For more information about 4-H or other UW-Extension Youth Development programs, visit http://4h. uwex.edu or contact the Green County UW-Extension office at 608-3289440. SUBMITTED PHOTO Brodhead Independent-Register
(Right) Green County 4-H delegates for Wisconsin 4-H & Youth Conference are, from left, Royce Brauer (New Horizons), Katie Nusbaum (Next Generation), Isabella Carnes (Next Generation), Jackie Nusbaum (Next Generation). Not Pictured is Lorelei Pagett (Next Generation).
Royalty on the 4th Juda, Albany and Green County’s favored contestants in competitions to represent their communities this year joined Brodhead’s new queen Rileigh Powers in the 4th of July parade in Brodhead last week. BECKY MALKOW PHOTOS The Independent-Register
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Fairest of the Fair welcomes Green County to 2018 fair week By Danielle Schneider
ciation Day, Emergency Services Day, kid’s day and pioneer day. We kick off the week, Wednesday, July 18, with C&C Bull Riding and Barrel racing, starting at 7 p.m. for the grandstands entertainment. This day is also Military Appreciation Day. Any military personal past or present will get into the fair for free. We would like to thank you for your service by honoring you this day at the fair. Just be sure to bring and show your military ID at the gate. Thursday is the Badger state truck and tractor pull starting at 7 p.m. If you wish to sit in the pits, a pass costs $15. Friday has been named Emergency Services Day. Free admission is for all police officers, firefighters, and EMT personnel with a valid agency ID. Friday is also Special Needs Day with free carnival rides and parking for special needs persons from 10am to 12pm. Enjoy entertainment in the Hospitality tent and the Green County Local Truck and Tractor Pull in the Grandstands. Saturday is Kids Day with free admission for kids 11 and under until 1:30 p.m. There are many events happening today stop by and support the local 4-H and FFA at the fur and feather auction at
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Danielle Schneider, 2018 Green County Fairest of the Fair.
Hello everyone my name is Danielle Schneider. I am the 2018 Green County Fairest of the Fair. I am the daughter of Dan and DarLyne Schneider. I grew up on a farmette south of Monroe. I have one more semester at Blackhawk Technical College. I will be graduating with an associate’s degree in Agribusiness Science and Technologies. After I graduate I plan to find a job in international commodity grain sales. Being involved in 4-H and FFA I had always looked forward to the fair has to offer for the youth. Now as a general leader of the Hiawatha 4-H club, I still continue to look forward to the fair every year. Green County Fair is next week, July 18 to July 22, with some action-packed days. There will be fair entry judging, live music, bull riding and barrel racing, truck and tractor pulls and, of course, a demolition derby. New this year, we have special price promotions going on as well. There are free Grandstands Colony Brands amphitheater events, Military Appre-
10 a.m. and the youth Livestock auction at 12:30 p.m. See some of the best tug of war teams compete in the USA Tug of War Championships at 10:30 a.m. Come and see some of the best of the best youth compete for Master Showman in the JMB Insurance Show Barn, starting at 5 p.m. If you love music, join us at 8 p.m. to hear Steve Augeri, the former lead singer of Journey. Pioneer Day is Sunday with $5 admission for 65 years old and older. Sunday is the last day of the fair, but there is still plenty of action that day. Antique Tractor Pull is at 8 a.m., cake auction at 11 a.m. and the Cheese and Dairy at 1 pm. The Brew City All-Star Heavyweight Wrestling will also entertain you. The fairs Famous Demolition Derby will start at 5 p.m. The grandstands are free and pit passes will be $25. Come for a day for $10, or join us all week for $35. Also remember all grandstands and Colony Brands Amphitheater events are free. So, come to the Green County Fair July 18 to July 22. I would like to thank my sponsor Mahlkuch Electric LLC and all the other fair sponsors, and I hope to see you at the fair.
Green County Dairy Youth Recognition Auction set Native American history focus of talk July 12 Green County Dairy Youth Recognition Auction is held with the Foreign Type Cheese-makers Association cheese auction at the County Fair, Sunday, July 22, starting at 1 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent. Ten youth bring their animals to the auction ring to receive bids. One half of the bid received is given to the youth and the other half is placed in a scholarship fund for dairy exhibitors graduating from high school to continue their education.
More than $40,000 has been awarded in scholarships since the Dairy Youth Auction started in 2004. The youth qualify to auction in the following categories: • Supreme Junior Champion Registered Female • Supreme Senior Champion Registered Female • Supreme Junior Champion Grade Female • Supreme Senior Champion Grade Female • Supreme Showmanship
Champion • Beginning Showmanship Winner (Grades 3-6) • Intermediate Showmanship Winner (Grades 7-9) • Senior Showmanship Winner (Grades 10 & up) • Dairy Sportsmanship Award • Low SCC Cow Exhibited at the Green County Fair. For more information on the Dairy Youth Recognition Auction program, contact the UW-Extension at 328-9440.
Luther Valley Historical Society invites and encourage the public to attend its monthly meetings. Kay Demrow will present at this month’s meeting, 7 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday, July 12. Demrow will present a story recorded in the 1856 History of Rock County. She will take us back to the early 1800s when the Indian nations ceded their homelands to the United States, the Blackhawk War that followed, and the formation of our state and county as we know them today. The presentation will be held at the Luther Valley Museum and Community Center, 215 Janesville St., Footville.
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4-H dairy judging teams excel at area contest Green County youth participated June 29 in the Southwest District Area Animal Science Day Contest at Lafayette County Fairgrounds in Darlington. This event culminated more than 3 months of weekly practices at different farms around Green County. These dairy project youth learned to evaluate dairy cows and heifers using the PDCA (Purebred Dairy Cattle Association) Dairy Cow Unified Scorecard and to place classes using this methodology to rank animals in the four major categories – frame, dairy strength, udder and rear feet and legs. In addition, juniors (youth under 14 years of age) learned to answer Type Analysis Questions (TAQs) on each class. Seniors (youth 14 years and over) learned to give oral reasons on how they placed a particular class. At the district contest, each individual had eight classes to judge. Each class had four animals to place. Juniors also had to answer 10 TAQs for two of the classes and write reasons as a team for one class. Seniors had to present oral reasons individually on three of the classes.
Both junior and senior teams performed well. The senior team did tremendously well and placed 1st overall in both reasons and judging. They will be heading to the state contest later this summer. Out of 36 youth, the senior team individual overall placing and members are as follows: Cole Mahlkuch - 2nd (Juda Jolly Juniors), Brian McCullough - 3rd (Juda Jolly Juniors), Clayton Mahlkuch - 6th (Juda Jolly Juniors), Rachel McCullough - 8th (Juda Jolly Juniors), and Marissa Vosberg - 11th (Young Americans). The Junior team also did well, with Deven Gilson placing 3rd overall (York), with teammates Emma Hendrickson (Dayton Dairylanders), Ava Hendrickson (Dayton Dairylanders), Grace Gold (Next Generation), Taylor Svendson (Dougherty Creek), and Ellie Modaff (Jolly Mixers) completing the team. Coaching this year for the junior team was Rachel Gilson. Senior team coaches were Ryan Smith and Mike Marean. Thank you to everyone who helped support the youth this year, including the host farms, parents, coaches and UW- Extension staff. Congratulations to all the youth who
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Green County Senior Dairy Judging Team, from left, Coach Ryan Smith, Cole Mahlkuch, Rachel McCullough, Brian McCullough, Clayton Mahlkuch, Marissa Vosberg, and Coach Mike Marean.
participated! events are focused more on the learnArea Animal Science Day is de- ing experience rather than the contest signed to give youth an opportunity and competition. to learn more about dairy and liveFor more information about the stock evaluation, while increasing decision making skills through judging and grading experiences. These
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(Left) Deven Gilson took 3rd place individually in the junior division.
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(Above) Green County Junior Dairy Judging Team. From left to right: Coach Rachel Gilson, Deven Gilson, Emma Hendrickson, Ava Hendrickson, Grace Gold, Taylor Svendson, and Ellie Modaff.
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Schedule of Events WEDNESDAY, JULY 18TH Military Appreciation Day (past and present)- show your military ID for free admission to the fair • Swine Judging at 7 a.m. in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Open Class Dairy Judging at 8:30 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Open Class Plant & Soil Sciences and Open Class Photography beginning at 9 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Flowers, Houseplants and Home Grounds, Cultural Arts, Photography, beginning at 9 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Plant & Soil Science at 11 a.m. • Open Barrel Race at 11 a.m. – South Arena • Free lunch admission: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. West Gate ONLY • Dairy Showmanship and Club Herd at NOON • Beth Kille at NOON in the Hospitality Tent • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Open Class Flowers & Houseplants beginning at 1 p.m. • 4-H speaking at 2:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • David Landau at 4 and 5 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Open Class Cultural Arts and Sr. Citizen Cultural Arts beginning at 2 p.m. • Green County Fair Opening Ceremony at 7 p.m. in the Colony Brands Grandstand • Green County Bulls and Barrels at 7 p.m. • Rock Rebel Junction in the Beer Garden starting at 8 p.m.
THURSDAY, JULY 19TH • Dairy Judging at 8:30 a.m. • Poultry Judging at 9 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Animal & Vet Science and Home Furnishings beginning at 9 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Open Class Natural Sciences beginning at 10 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Natural Sciences and Foods beginning at 11 a.m. • Free lunch admission: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. West Gate ONLY • Tim Glander at NOON, 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Open Class Home Furnishings and Sr. Citizen Home Furnishings beginning at 1 p.m. • Baked Goods Silent Auction in Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall 1-5 p.m. • Rabbit Judging at 3 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Ken Lonnquist at 4 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Badger State Tractor /Truck Pull at 7 p.m. (Pit passes for the tractor pull are $15) • Rock Rebel Junction in the beer garden starting at 8 p.m. FRIDAY, JULY 20TH Emergency Services Day- free admission for police officers, firefighters and EMT workers with valid agency identification • Special Needs Day: free carnival rides and parking for all special needs persons from 10 a.m.-Noon • Beef Judging at 8 a.m. • Goat Judging at 9 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition
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Hall Judging: Woodworking, Electricity and Mechanical Science beginning at 9 a.m. • Demonstration Judging at 9 a.m. in the Figi Insurance Youth in Action Building • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Exploring at 10 a.m. • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Computers at 11:00am • Free lunch admission: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. West Gate ONLY • Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall Judging: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Service Learning, Citizenship, SelfDetermined and Creative Writing at 12:30 p.m. • Open Class Woodworking Judging in Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall at 1 p.m. • Sheep Judging at 1:30 p.m. • 4-H speaking at 2:30 in the Hospitality Tent • Casey and Greg at 4 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Premier Exhibitor Contest 5-8 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Green County Local Truck and Tractor Pull at 6:30 p.m. (Pit passes for the tractor pull are $5) SATURDAY, JULY 21ST Kid’s Day- free admission to those 11 and under until 1:30pm • Pedal Pull at 10 a.m.; in front of Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall • USA Tug of War Championships sponsored by Colony Brands beginning at 10:30 a.m. • Horse Pull beginning at 11 a.m. • Zoli’s Woodcarving Auction at NOON near the Hospitality Tent
SUNDAY, JULY 22ND Pioneer Day ($5 admission for those 65+) • Antique Tractor Pull beginning at 8 a.m. • 4-H Recognition and Graduation Ceremony at 11 a.m. in the Hospitality Tent with the Mini Cake Auction to follow • Herdsmanship Awards at NOON in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Cheese Auction and Dairy Youth Auction at 1 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Brew City All-Star Heavyweight Wrestling at 2 p.m. in the JMB Show Barn • Demolition Derby at 5 p.m. in the Colony Brands Grandstand (Pit passes for the Demo Derby are $25)
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Charging will begin at the East Gate on Wednesday at 6 a.m. and at 7 a.m. on Thursday and Friday, all other gates open at 8 a.m. Wednesday through Sunday. NEW FOR 2018: GRANDSTAND SHOWS ARE FREE WITH ADMISSION! ADMISSION PRICES • Season Pass - Adult: $35 • Season Pass - Child (ages 8-12): $8 • Daily Admission - Adult: $10 • Daily Admission - Child (8-12): $5 • Season Auto Pass: $15 • Daily Auto: $5 (All ticket sales are final, no refunds given due to events out of our control.) KIDS DAY Saturday, July 21: Kids 11 and under will be admitted to the Fairgrounds FREE until 1:30 p.m. PIONEER DAY Sunday, July 22: Adults 65 years and over get in for $5 ALL DAY ARMED FORCES DAY Wednesday, July 18: Veteran’s and active duty admitted free with ID ALL DAY EMERGENCY SERVICE PERSONNEL DAY Friday, July 20: All first responders admitted free with ID ALL DAY
Rides & Attractions All Around Amusements will be providing the Green County Fair a fun filled, action packed carnival midway with rides and attractions for guests of all ages. There will be rides for the little ones including the Raiders and Motorcycles as well as rides for the entire family to ride like the Giant Gondolla Wheel. For thrill seekers, there are plenty of options such as the Freak Out and Moby Dick. The fun doesn’t stop with the rides; All Around Amusements will supply a wide selection of midway games with all sorts of fun and exciting prizes. Most of these games are designed to give a prize away with every play! Stop by and try your luck! CARNIVAL HOURS Wednesday, July 18: 5-11 p.m. Thursday, July 19: NOON-11 p.m. Friday, July 20: NOON-11 p.m. Saturday, July 21: NOON-11 p.m. Sunday, July 22: NOON-11 p.m.
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• Fur and Feather Auction at 10 a.m. in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Youth Livestock Auction at 12:30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Cheese Days Ambassador, Culver’s Scoopy at 1:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • American Mini Pullers at 2 p.m. • Favorite Character Contest at 3 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Ken Lonnquist at 3:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Master Showman competition beginning at 5 p.m. in the JMB Insurance Ring • Steve Augeri (former lead singer of Journey) concert at 8 p.m., The Unusuals to open at 7:30 p.m. • The Unusuals at 8:30 p.m. in the Beer Garden • Fireworks to follow the Steve Augeri concert
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Green County Fair • July 18-22 2600 Tenth Street • Monroe, WI • Events
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For “2017 Master Showman,” from left are, front row – Caleb Novak, Cody Kuhlmyer, Jacen Wilinski, and Arika Streuly; back row – Karli Sutherland, Haley Reeson, Rachel McCullough, Samantha Holmstrom, Sharlene Swedlund, Abby Klahn, Aspen Bader, and Abby Bethke.
Youth showmanship, recognition and fun: What fair’s all about Green County’s 13th annual Master Showman Competition will be held at the 2018 Green County Fair on Saturday, July 21, starting at 5 p.m. in the JMB Insurance Show Ring (Barn 7). This event brings in the top senior (grades 10 and above) showmen in the dairy, beef, sheep, swine, goats, rabbits and poultry departments at the fair to compete for the title of “2018 Master Showman.” During the event, 12 members from their respective 4-H Clubs and FFA Chapters show each animal species in a round-robin format. Qualified showmanship judges from the surrounding communities judge the youth in the competition. After six rotations of the event are completed, the scores are tallied and the member with the highest score becomes the Green County Fair Master Showman. Green County UW-Extension is coordinating the 2018 Green County
Fair Master Showman Competition with generous sponsorships and volunteer support from Compeer Financial, Union Bank and Trust, Colony Brands, and the Green County Farm Bureau. This event is FREE with paid admission to the Green County Fair. Green County Dairy Queens will be on hand passing out samples of Green County’s finest cheeses. Come join us for this must see event! Fair sets 4-H recognition ceremony schedule The Green County 4-H Recognition Ceremony will be held Sunday, July 22, at 11 a.m. in the Hospitality Tent of the Green County Fairgrounds in Monroe. Recipients of the following awards and honors will be recognized during the ceremony: Friend of 4-H Award, 4-H Volunteer of the Year Award, 4-H Lifetime Volunteer Award, Adult Leaders Scholarship, Junior Leaders
Scholarship, Cindi Miller Memorial Scholarship, 4-H Dog Project Scholarship, Wisconsin 4-H Key Award, and this year’s 4-H graduates. Please come out to support and congratulate these outstanding individuals on a truly prestigious honor. Kids’ Day activities Saturday, July 21st is “Kids’ Day” at the Green County Fair! There will be FREE admission to children ages 11 and under until 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. Green County 4-H will be sponsoring FREE Kids Activities in the FS Building, including: • 10 a.m. until noon – Face Painting • 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. – Lego Building • Noon to 2 p.m. – Kids Crafts • 2 p.m.- to 4 p.m. – Rocks & Fossils Fun Kids can also get a 4-H balloon and stickers, and information on upcoming 4-H events at our promotions booth in the FS building.
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Monroe Clinic Exhibition Hall • USA Tug of War Championships sponsored by Colony Brands beginning at 10:30 a.m. • Horse Pull beginning at 11 a.m. • Zoli’s Woodcarving Auction at NOON near the Hospitality Tent • Fur and Feather Auction at 10 a.m. in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Youth Livestock Auction at 12:30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Stock Pavilion • Cheese Days Ambassador, Culver’s Scoopy at 1:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • American Mini Pullers at 2 p.m. • Favorite Character Contest at 3 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Ken Lonnquist at 3:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Tent • Master Showman competition beginning at 5 p.m. in the JMB Insurance Ring • Steve Augeri (former lead singer of Journey) concert at 8 p.m., The
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Green County volunteer, Krista Bethke, left, (4-H Dog Project), honors Catherine Kehoe (2017 4-H Volunteer of the Year Awardee), along with volunteer Sally Roe (also of the 4-H Dog Project). On hand also is Ellen Andrews (4-H Youth Development Educator), right. 2018 awards will be given out during the 4-H Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, July 22.
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Green County Sheriff’s Report All charges reported here are merely accusations from initial law enforcement reports. In incidents involving an arrest or citation, a defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Deputies reported the following incidents occurred: Friday, July 6 Motor Vehicle Crash-Personal Injury & OWI At 7:16 p.m. deputies along with Monroe Fire & Green County EMS
responded to the N3300 block of County Highway N, Town of Monroe, for a one-vehicle crash with injuries. Investigation revealed that Kristine K. Jambrek, 51, of Monticello, was northbound when her vehicle left the road and overturned. Jambrek was injured in the crash and was transported by EMS to the Monroe Hospital Emergency Room. Jambrek reported wearing her
seat belt. The air bags did not deploy. Jambrek was arrested for operating while under the influence (alcohol) 4th offense. Jambrek was also cited for failure to keep vehicle under control. Jambrek was jailed pending court. The vehicle sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene. Domestic Abuse At 10:21 p.m. deputies responded to a residence in the W6700 block of County Highway H, Town
of New Glarus, for a domestic dispute. Investigation resulted in Kristina E. Janisch, 24, of New Glarus being arrested for domestic disorderly conduct and battery. Janisch was held at the Green County Jail on a probation hold. Wednesday, July 4 Motor Vehicle Crash At 11:31 p.m. deputies responded to the N6600 block of County Highway E, Town of Albany, for a
one-vehicle crash. Noah D. Gryttenholm, 16, of Edgerton was northbound when he reported a deer entered the road. Gryttenholm swerved to avoid the deer and went down an embankment. Gryttenholm was wearing his seat belt and was not injured in the crash. The air bags did not employ. Gryttenholm’s vehicle sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene.
Brodhead, WI 53520 You are hereby notified that the plaintiff named above has filed a lawsuit or other legal action against you. A copy of the Summons and Complaint has been mailed to you via certified mail return receipt requested. Within forty (40) days after June 27th, 2018, you must respond with a written demand for a copy of the Complaint. The demand must be sent or delivered to the Court, whose address is Dane County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton Street, Madison, WI 53703, and to plaintiff’s attorney, Rick J. Mundt, Winner, Wixson & Pernitz, whose address is P.O. Box 2626, Madison, WI, 53701-2626. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you require assistance of auxiliary aids or services because of a disability, call (608)266-4678 (TDD (608)266-9138) and ask for the Court ADA Coordinator. If you do not demand a copy of the Complaint within forty (40) days, the Court may grant Judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the Complaint, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the Complaint. A Judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A Judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate you own now or in the future and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. Dated this 18th day of June, 2018. WINNER, WIXSON & PERNITZ By: RICK J. MUNDT (SBN: 1002952) Attorneys for Plaintiff 222 West Washington Avenue, Suite 360 P.O. Box 2626 Madison, WI 53703 608/257-0257 608/257-0078 - FAX The Independent Register 6/27, 7/4, 7/11/2018 WNAXLP 319618
applicable Wisconsin Real Estate Transfer Tax in addition to the purchase price. Mark Rohloff Sheriff of Green County, Wisconsin Codilis, Moody & Circelli, P.C. Attorneys for Plaintiff 50-17-00012 The Independent Register 6/27, 7/4, 7/11/2018 WNAXLP 319462
granted if there is no objection. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is 0926-2018. 5. A claim may be filed at the Green County Justice Center County Courthouse, 2841 - 6th Street, Monroe, Wisconsin. 6. This publication is notice to any persons whose names or address are unknown. Electronically signed by Gloria A. Baertschi Probate Registrar 06/18/2018 Michael A. Faust Consigny Law Firm, S.C. 303 East Court Street, Janesville, WI 53545 (608) 755-5050 Bar Number 1024665 The Independent Register 6/27, 7/4, 7/11/2018 WNAXLP 319619
necessary XVI. Future board agenda items and meetings: (discussion/action) • August 8, 2018 XVII. Adjournment The Independent Register 7/11/2018 WNAXLP 320859
STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT ROCK COUNTY THE HARVARD STATE BANK 9605 Main Street Hebron, IL 60034, Plaintiff, -vsGERTRUDE E. BODEN 17421 W. Church Road Brodhead, WI 53520, -andLORI LYNN BRAUN 17421 W. Church Road Brodhead, WI 53520, Defendants. File No. 18-CV-000479 Case Classification Type: Foreclosure of Mortgage Code No. 30404 AMENDED SUMMONS THE STATE OF WISCONSIN To each person named above as a Defendant: You are hereby notified that the Plaintiffs named above have filed a lawsuit or other legal action against you. Within forty (40) days after June 27, 2018, you must respond with a written demand for a copy of the Complaint and Amended Complaint (collectively, “Complaints”). The demand must be sent or delivered to the Court, whose address is the Rock County Courthouse, 51 South Main Street, Janesville, WI 53545, and to Godfrey, Leibsle, Blackbourn & Howarth, S.C., Plaintiffs’ attorneys, whose address is 354 Seymour Court, Elkhorn, Wisconsin 53121. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not demand a copy of the Complaints within forty (40) days, the Court may grant judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the Complaints, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the Complaints. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate you own now or in the future, and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. Dated this 21st day of June, 2018. GODFREY, LEIBSLE, BLACKBOURN & HOWARTH, S.C. Attorneys for Plaintiffs By: Electronically Signed by Kim A. Howarth Kim A. Howarth (1008873) Kim A. Howarth, Esq. GODFREY, LEIBSLE, BLACKBOURN & HOWARTH, S.C. 354 Seymour Court Elkhorn, Wisconsin 53121 Telephone: (262) 723-3220 Facsimile: (262) 723-7538 The Independent Register 6/27, 7/4, 7/11/2018 319951 WNAXLP
STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT GREEN COUNTY Specialized Loan Servicing LLC, Plaintiff, vs. Jacob A. Skibba, Defendant. Case Number: 18CV59 CASE CODE: 30404 PUBLICATION SUMMONS THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, to the following parties named as defendants herein: Jacob A. Skibba. You are hereby notified that the Plaintiff named above has filed a lawsuit or other legal action against you. Within 40 days after 7/4/18, you must respond with a written demand for a copy of the complaint. The demand must be sent or delivered to the court, whose address is 2841 6th Street, Monroe, WI 53566 and to Randall S. Miller & Associates, LLC, Plaintiff’s Attorney, whose address is 120 North LaSalle Street, Suite 1140, Chicago IL 60602. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not demand a copy of the complaint within 40 days, the court may grant judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the complaint, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the complaint. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate you own now or in STATE OF WISCONSIN the future, and may also be enCIRCUIT COURT forced by garnishment of seizure of GREEN COUNTY property. Ditech Financial LLC Randall S. Miller & Plaintiff Associates, LLC v. 120 North LaSalle Street, Scott L. Stenberg; et. al Suite 1140 Defendant(s). Chicago IL 60602 Case No. 2017CV000110 P: (414) 937-5388 NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE F: (414) 921-5628 By virtue of a judgment of fore- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org closure made in the above-entitled Our File No. 18WI00232-1 action on February 6, 2018 in the The Independent Register amount of $202,128.88, I will sell at 7/4, 7/11, 7/18/2018 public auction in the Green County WNAXLP 320640 Justice Center, ground floor ConSTATE OF WISCONSIN ference Room, located at 2841 6th Street, Monroe, WI, on CIRCUIT COURT August 9, 2018 GREEN COUNTY At 9:00 AM, all of the following de- IN THE MATTER OF THE scribed premises, to wit: ESTATE OF LOT ONE, TWO, THREE AND KATHERINE M. SEARLES FOUR OF CERTIFIED SURVEY Amended MAP NO. 2033, RECORDED IN Notice Setting Time to Hear VOLUME SIX OF CERTIFIED Application and Deadline SURVEY MAPS OF GREEN for Filing Claims COUNTY ON PAGE 366 OF THE (Informal Administration) OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF Case No. 18-PR STATE OF WISCONSIN DEEDS FOR GREEN COUNTY, PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: CIRCUIT COURT WISCONSIN. 1. An application for informal adDANE COUNTY Street Address: W6599 Farmers ministration was filed. AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL Grove Road, Monticello, WI 53570 2. The decedent, with date of INSURANCE COMPANY, S.I., Tax Key No. 0249.1000 birth 01/18/1926 and date of death Plaintiff, THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD 04/04/2018 was domiciled in Green v. AS IS AND SUBJECT TO ANY County, State of Wisconsin, with a OMAR ACOSTA, AND ALL REAL ESTATE TAXES, mailing address of 908 14th Street, and SUPERIOR LIENS OR OTHER Brodhead, WI 53520-1649. LAURA G. BECERRIL, LEGAL ENCUMBRANCES. 3. The application will be heard Defendants. TERMS OF SALE: CASH, CA- at the Green County Justice CenCase No. 18-CV-1040 Code: 30101 SHIER’S CHECK or CERTIFIED ter County Courthouse, 2841 - 6th FUNDS (10% down payment at Street, Monroe, Wisconsin, before SUMMONS sale, balance due within ten (10) Gloria A. Baertschi, Probate RegisTHE STATE OF WISCONSIN days of Court approval; down pay- trar, on 07-26-2018 at 8:30 a.m. To: OMAR ACOSTA ment to be forfeited if payment You do not need to appear unless 1006 21st St., Trlr 54 not received timely). Buyer to pay you object. The application may be
NOTICE TOWN OF MAGNOLIA BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARING TO BE HELD AT THE MAGNOLIA TOWN HALL 14729 W. COUNTY ROAD A, EVANSVILLE, WI 53536 JULY 19, 2018 7:00 P.M. Agenda: 1. To consider a request for a variance by Rick and Wendy Miller. They would like to extend their living room out 12 feet and add a deck to the west side of their home. SCHOOL DISTRICT OF JUDA The existing home is 82 feet from Regular School Board Meeting the center of Coon Island Road July 11, 2018, 7:00 pm and the new addition would be 70 Juda School Learning Commons feet from the center of Coon Island N2385 Spring St. Road. The property is located in the AGENDA I. Call to Order by President E 1/4, SE ¼ of Section 12. The parcel number is 024 01700202 (6-12Pfingsten II. Roll Call: Dennis Pfingsten, 92.3). The address is 4040 N. Coon Eric Makos, Pat Daniels Island Road., Evansville, WI 53536. 2. Adjourn. Sue Trotter, Tonya Whitney, Graceann Toberman, Joanne Salzwedel, Stefanie Town Clerk/Treasurer Baum The Independent Register III. Pledge of Allegiance 7/4, 7/11/2018 IV. Proof of Notice WNAXLP 320605 V. Acceptance of Agenda VI. Open Forum VII. Consent Agenda-Consent TOWN OF DECATUR REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING Tuesday, agenda items will be approved July 17, 2018 – 7:00 PM in one motion: however, any Board member may ask that At the Town Hall - 1408 14th Street any individual item be acted on AGENDA: 1. Call to Order separately. 1. Approval of the minutes of 2. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag the regular board meeting held 3. Additions/Corrections to Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes on June 13, 2018 (Action) 2. Treasurer and Financial re- 5. Treasurer’s Report 6. Payment of Bills ports (Action) 3. Approval of Contracts: (Ac- 7. Citizen Concerns 8. Curbside Pick-up/Referendum tion) • 66.03 Agreement for Library/ 9. Citation Enforcement Ordinance Discussion Media Specialist-Monticello • 66.03 Agreement for Director 10. Roadwork a. Discussion on Road Agreeof Pupil Services-Monticello ment with Town of Sylvester • 66.03 Agreement for Speech b. Other Pathologist-Monticello • 66.03 School Psycholo- 11. Sharing of Information/Correspondence gist-Monticello and Blackhawk 12. Future Agenda Items • OT Contract-Monroe Clinic 13. Set dates for future meetings • PT Contract 14. Adjournment 4. Resignations (Action) Ann L. Schwartz 5. Donations (Action) Clerk/Treasurer VIII. Reports 1. School Staff/Student Report The Independent Register • Athletic Director Report:Dis- 7/11/2018 WNAXLP 320952 cussion/Action -Cooperatives MEETING NOTICE -Coaches Contracts The Town of Spring Grove Monthly -Extracurricular Code Book Meeting will be held on 2. School Board President’s Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 6:00 Report P.M. at the Town Hall, • Board Goals N2475 Hwy GG, Brodhead, WI. 3. Administrator Report MEETING AGENDA: • ISTE 1. Call to Order • Bootcamp 4. Recreation Department Re- 2. Approval of Agenda and /or Changes port 5. Building and Grounds Re- 3. Reading of June Meeting Minutes port IX. Referendum Updates: Discus- 4. Treasurers Report 5. Review of Monthly Bills sion/action 6. Public Input X. Handbook: Discussion/Action 7. Building Inspector Update • Student/Parent Handbook XI. Fees for 2018-2019:Discus- 8. Delmore Consulting Update 9. ATV Route Renewal sion/Action XII. Approval of Academic Stan- 10. Equipment Repairs 11. Road Projects dards: Discussion/Action 12. Driveway Permits XIII. Five Minute Recess XIV. Adjourn into Executive Ses- 13. Adjournment DEB CLINE, CLERK sion according to Wis. State The Independent Register Statutes 19.85 (1) (c) (f) 1. District Administrator 7/11/2018 WNAXLP 320860 Evaluation XV. Reconvene into open session and take appropriate action as
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New Horizons 4-H Club keeps active heading into fair week By Jaydon Brauer, CLUB CO-REPORTER
Members of New Horizons 4-H Club have been busy this past month. The acts of random kindness are still adding up. It feels good to help others even when it’s something small. Besides these activities, members were busy with end-of-school activities, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and 4-H events. Members of New Horizons would like to thank everyone who placed orders during our club pizza fund-raiser. You all helped make it a success. Chance Ace does chores like keep his room clean, sweeps, and helps with animals. There are visits with family. He went to the Breakfast on the Farm with his family. His fair entry was turned in and school ended. He goes to church and Sunday School. Summer school begins. Roxane Ace helps with dishes and animals and uses the vacuum. She spends time with her “Big Sister.” Roxy goes to church and Sunday school. She has been tak-
ing Ruger to dog classes. They are learning and improving together. She visits with family. She went to Breakfast on the Farm. Addyson Brauer has started doing chores at home. She likes being a big help to others. She helped put flowers at the cemetery with her family. She had her last day of first grade. Summer fun begins and work on fair projects keeps her occupied. Jaydon Brauer has chores at home and always helps where he can. He has been helping outside at home and at grandpa’s. He went to the Burpee Museum in Rockford on a class trip. School ended for the year. Jaydon helped place flowers at the cemetery. Maylee Brauer helps out a lot at home. She turned in her fair entry. She helped place flowers at the cemetery. School ended and summer activities have started. She is busy completing fair projects. Royce Brauer was involved in track practice and meets. He has been involved in camp counselor training. He attends adult leaders executive board meetings. He
entered projects for the fair. He helped place flowers at the cemetery. He attended track banquet and received awards. He helps out at home. Shannon Day belongs to Girl Scouts. She had fun with their activities. She does things with her “Big Sister” every week. They have fun. She walks the dog and spends time with him so they get used to each other. She and Rocky have been going to the training classes. She has play dates with friends and goes to church and Sunday school. She helps mom at home. Ashlyn Hicks had play dates with friends and helps at home. She finished school for the year and hangs out with Shannon a lot. She is busy getting ready for her first county fair. Jaena LeGault is milking cows morning and night seven days a week. She has a second job working at a horse farm. She does chores and works with her animals. She and her dogs are getting ready for the fair and going to training classes. Jaena is getting her animals
Livestock projects, meat animal auctions help youth Green County Livestock Meat Animal Auctions will be held Saturday, July 21 in coordination with Green County Fair. The 34th Annual Fur & Feather Auction begins at 10 a.m., and the 44th Annual Large Animal Auction begins at 12:30 p.m., both in the Stock Pavilion at the Green County Fairgrounds.
Meat Animal Projects and the Animal Auctions provide an educational environment that helps young people gain and apply knowledge in livestock production, marketing, and economics. By participating in project activities, they gain these skills, grow personally and develop leadership abilities.
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There will be an open house on July 14, 2018 at the Jaycee Park located 4th Street and East 7th Avenue in Brodhead - 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Luella and her late husband, Byron have lived in Brodhead for forty years and she has been an active member of the Church of the Nazarene long before they moved to Brodhead. She worked at Woodbridge many years. You may see her out walking in the neighborhood. 320805
Meat animal project participation promotes ideals and importance of livestock improvement. It provides 4-H and FFA members with an opportunity to sell meat animals at the County Fair. Many 4-H and FFA members use their financial incentives to fulfill dreams of receiving a college education or obtaining foundation stock for a future farming operation. Exhibitors are recognized for selecting, feeding, fitting, and showing of project animals. Anyone interested in supporting the youth of Green County can buy an animal at the auction. Your business may benefit from valuable exposure and advertising with your purchase. If you enjoy and appreciate quality meat from quality animals, plan to attend and participate. For more details on Green County Livestock Meat Animal Auctions, contact UW-Extension at 328-9440.
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ready for the fair. She attended graduation parties. Her plans are to enroll in college for an agriculture-related career. Justin Moore helps with household chores and helps take care of the animals. He visits with his dad every weekend, works on a derby car, and helps there. School is done for the year. Justin is going to classes with his dog to get ready for the fair. He works with the dogs every day. He has a job that keeps him busy.
THELMA GEMPELER Thelma Gempeler of Madison and Juda, entered the gates of heaven on Tuesday, July 3, where she will be celebrating her 97th birthday on Aug. 15, with the love of her life and husband, Wayne, who passed away in 2006. Thelma was born on Aug. 15, 1921, to Luella and Glen Wunschel, on a farm east of Juda near Oakley. After high school graduation, she attended Normal School in Monroe and graduated with her teaching degree. Thelma started her career teaching grades 1 to 8 at the Bright Country School, a one-room schoolhouse. Thelma met Wayne at the Monroe roller rink, and they were married in April 1944. After teaching a few years, Thelma stayed home to raise their four children. She then returned to teaching in the country school for a total of eight years. She then taught 3rd grade in Juda for 17 years. Thelma received her B.S. degree from UW-Platteville while teaching. She was a very dedicated teacher and after retiring served as librarian for a few years to continue helping students enjoy learning. She belonged to Juda Zion Methodist Church. Thelma resided at Chamomile Assisted Living in Madison this last year. A special thanks for the loving, kind care she received in her final days at Agrace HospiceCare in Fitchburg. Thelma is survived by her four children, Larry (Sheila) Gempeler of
Jude Myers is in his first year of 4-H. He has been going to dog classes to prepare for the dog show. They both are learning a lot. He attended a day camp. School ended and summer fun begins. He enjoys spending time with his “Big Sister.” Lillyanna Schmid helps at home. She belongs to Girl Scouts and did their activities. She helped out at 4-H activities and improved her leadership skills. Lilly is getting ready for her first county fair. Project work is in progress.
Lodi, Kay (Mike) Baier of Madison, Donna (Larry) Schwitz of Arizona and Loran (Cynthia) Gempeler of Juda; nine grandchildren Shelley (Scott) Roelke, Sheri (Jeff) Witt, Melissa (Andres) Baier de Garcia, Michelle Baier (Chris Anthony), Tracy Schwitz, Lori (Albert) Flores, Jeremy (Jessie) Gempeler, Angie (Dan) Uttech and Ruth (Josh) Uttech; 21 great-grandchildren, Kristiana, Jordan, Jared, Michael, Oliver, Alejandra, Vincent, Holden, Brandon, Colton, Marisa, Mercedez, Madison, Olivia, Kaeyla, Carlee, Carson, Colin, Hannah, Caleb and Ezra. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Wayne; brother and sister-in-law, Wendal (Selma) Wunschel; and sister and brother-inlaw, Doris (Bud) Goecks. Funeral services were held at Gunderson East Funeral and Cremation Care, 5203 Monona Drive, Madison, at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 10, with the Rev. Jerry Amstutz presiding. A luncheon was held after the service, and interment will be at Union Church Cemetery in Oakley following the luncheon. Visitation was held at the funeral home from 10 a.m. until the time of the service on Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Thelma’s name to Juda Grade School Library. Thelma’s family was always very important to her. She had such love for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. We are blessed to have had her with us for so many years, and we cherish all of the memories in our hearts. We love you. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
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