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Finally finished Expanded

Oregon Middle School renovations complete after 19 months TID 5 would
include Thysse
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If you think road construction sea-

son lasts a long time, just ask Ore- JIM FEROLIE stretches east and includes
gon Middle School staff and students Observer editor some houses that could
about the nearly two years of projects theoretically expand the
that just wrapped up. Setting the boundaries for downtown footprint. As
The extensive renovations and a tax-increment financing proposed, it would ensure
additions to the school part of the district doesnt sound like all the major property thats
successful $54.6 capital projects ref- exciting stuff, but the new- likely for redevelopment in
erendums of 2014 started in July est one the Village Board the village is covered by a
2015 and finished earlier this month. discussed Monday would district, village adminis-
While it hasnt even been two weeks set up Oregons redevelop- trator Mike Gracz told the
of quiet around the school, OMS ment potential for a couple Observer last week.
principal Shannon Anderson told the decades. It also would extend
Observer she does miss part of the The board didnt take into Alpine Business Park
construction process. a vote, but by consensus, and overlap the old TID
We developed a really nice rela- trustees agreed to have 2 which is likely to close
tionship with the staff at (contractor planning firm Vandewalle next year. So unless Alpine
J.H.) Findorff (and Sons), so we miss and Associates put together expands and a new district
the people that came to our building a detailed project plan for is created or a project hap-
every day to work. Otherwise, she an expanded TID 5 for a pens on the southeast side
paused, then laughed. Its nice not final review this summer. of the city, TID 5 would be
to have to problem-solve and nego- The district would cov- the major source of taxpay-
tiate the elements of constructions er part of the area along er contribution to develop-
during that process. and between Main Street ment in the village.
It feels good to focus on other and the railroad, from the TIF is a public financing
things, she added. We feel very north side of the village to
grateful for the support the Oregon
School District community has given
Janesville Street, where it Turn to TIF/Page 13
so we can have these spaces for our

Observer office moves

Long process
When workers finished up the
flooring of the expanded cafeteria
about 10 days ago, it marked the final
piece of the puzzle that started in
January 2016, when the schools new
entrance and redesigned main office
space was completed.
across Main Street
The Oregon Observer said. Were pleased to be
That took first priority because it office is moving May 1, but able to maintain that and
was a security and safety issue, said we wont be going far. look forward to serving you
district superintendent Brian Busler, Our new office will be at from 156 N. Main St.
who noted that the previous set up 156 N. Main St., in the back Prior to that, the Observer
had the office located in the center of the Tri-County Appliance had been located on Mar-
of the school with no direct access or Photo by Samantha Christian
building. The main entrance ket Street, until the con-
supervision of the entrance area. Oregon Middle School seventh-grader Max Herweijer reads a book in the library,
which is now enclosed by walls and windows from the expanded staircase, at to our office will be in the solidation of our printing
The second phase was interior parking lot between that operations with Woodward
remodeling, which was completed by right.
building and Pizza Pit, and Printing Services made that
the end of last summer including a handicapped-accessible building no longer neces-
enclosing the library, putting in new different configurations of spaces. top of each other trying to do labs,
The teachers had a lot of input on and just more flexibility to do more entrance will be available sary.
flooring and furniture in the library, through the Tri-County Our hours of operation
and also expanding a nearby main the type of furniture, and trying to things and to make connections
use those larger teen spaces for dif- between different disciplines. That entrance on Main Street. for circulation, classifieds
staircase. Anderson said the new The Observer had been and other inquiries will
stairs have gotten rave reviews from ferent types of learning. she said. becomes a lot easier when youre in
They did a really nice job with that. a space that offers a lot more flexi- located at 125 N. Main St. remain the same, 9a.m. to
students. since 2007. After the build- 3p.m.
Every single year on our end of Anderson said the new, modu- bility.
lar furniture is conducive to small ing was sold earlier this Our reporters, howev-
year survey, (students) were con- Last phase year, the Observers lease er, will continue to spend
cerned about the staircase, which group collaborations but also flexi-
ble enough that if a student needs to The latest projects included an was terminated effective more of their time in the
was too narrow, she said. Now the April 30 by the buildings field gathering news. Look
students love that. work by themselves they can. She addition to the schools west side
said its in line with the districts that opened in January, with new new owner. for their Oregon Observer
Some of the changes last summer The Oregon Observ- name badges at community
were meant to improve spaces for emphasis on personalized learning. band, orchestra and choir rooms,
Its putting in a structure to give new tech ed, computer lab and shop er has had a presence on events or find them during
collaboration between classes, and Oregons Main Street for a Coffee With a Reporter
even disciplines. Some walls were teachers more options to better meet space, a new greenhouse and new
the needs of the learners they are science classrooms, one of which is number of years, Lee Bor- if you have something to
knocked down, Anderson said, and kowski, Unified Newspaper share.
some were added to provide some serving, she said. Theres more
square footage, so kids are not on Turn to OMS/Page 12 Groups general manager Jim Ferolie

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Magic tricks with

Wayne the Wizard
Wayne the Wizard performed magic tricks with Boy
Scout pack and troop members and their families on Sat-
urday, April 15, at Brooklyn Elementary School. Some
scouts were invited on stage to perform magic tricks with
cards, snakes and costumes.

Ford Goble, 6, pulled a monkey costume during a magic trick by Wayne the Wizard.

On the web
To see more photos from the event,

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goofy face like a clown as
Wayne the Wizard performs
magic tricks for troop and
Photos by Amber Levenhagen pack members and their fam-
Dawson Zantow, 9, of troop 168, was invited to the stage as ilies on April 15.
Wayne the Wizard presented magic tricks for pack and scout
members and their families on Saturday, April 15.

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POLICE REPORTS Food pantry groundbreaking April 24
Reports are taken from the garbage that the boy wanted.
daily briefings provided by the The bus driver did not allow SAMANTHA CHRISTIAN c o r n e r o f t h e p r o p e r-
Oregon Police Department. him to have the can, but he
reached into the garbage on
Unified Newspaper Group If You Go How to help ty (where it would exit
through two culverts and
March 3 his way off the bus. The bus The Oregon Community What: Oregon Area Food an existing ditch to a rain
1:50 a .m. A 29-year-old driver put her arm out and Resource Network is hold- Pantry groundbreaking Donations for the garden), according to a
man was arrested for first-of- told him no and an unidenti- ing a ceremonial ground- When: 4p.m. Monday,
Oregon Area Food handout from Peoples
fense operating while intoxi- fied person removed the boy breaking for the new Ore- April 24 Pantry building project UMC.
cated. from the bus. gon Area Food Pantry must be made payable The 4,232-square-foot,
4:42 p .m. A resident on building at 4p.m. Monday, Where: Next to Peoples single-story structure
March 4 the 100 block of Dale Drive April 24. United Methodist Church, to Oregon Communi- would more than triple
2:03 a .m. A 33-year-old reported a sick raccoon. An The food pantry will 103 N. Alpine Pkwy. ty Resource Network the food pantrys current
man was arrested for first-of- officer transported the rac- be located adjacent to Info: obfp.org (OCRN). size in a warehouse on
fense operating while intox- coon outside the village and Peoples United Meth- Union Road, which lacks
icated and failure to stop for dispatched it with help from odist Church, 103 N. Send donations to air conditioning. The new
flashing red light. an animal control officer. Alpine Pkwy. The church OCRN c/o Oregon space would have tem-
7:10 p .m. A 31-year-old approved the 25-year lease the time the new building is Community Bank, 733 perature control, be wheel-
March 5 man was cited for disorderly with OAFP on March 19, completed, which could be N. Main St., Oregon, WI chair accessible and have
12:38 a.m. A 29-year-old conduct after allegedly yelling in which the food pantry this fall. a waiting area so people
man approached an officers profanity-laced insults at his would own the building The community is invited 53575 or click on the no longer need to stand in
squad car on the 900 block neighbor on the 400 block and pay the church rent of to the groundbreaking, but donate button at ore- line outside in all sorts of
of Janesville Street and be- of Walnut Street who went $1 per year. the event is only ceremo- goncrn.com. weather conditions.
gan to yell, which agitated the outside to check the weather. OCRN board chair Jeff nial at this point. Although The building would be
departments K-9. The man The victim told police he was Boudreau told the Observer the village approval pro- more visible and accessi-
refused to comply with re- scared of the neighbor. the community has raised cess is completed, con- ble for food pantry patrons
peated requests from the of- $70,000 in commitments, struction is still waiting start of construction, Ber- (who must reside in the
ficer to move away from the March 7 $120,000 for in-kind dona- on final approval from the tler said in an email to the Oregon School District).
car, and was intoxicated and 11:16 p.m. A 19-year-old tions and $675,000 in cash Wisconsin Department of Observer. We are gather- It would also feature more
argumentative. The mans man was cited for possession including a huge portion Natural Resources, Bou- ing additional information storage space, a loading
girlfriend apologized for his of marijuana and drug para- from an anonymous angel dreau said. for the current detention and sorting area, a walk-in
actions and another friend phernalia and an 18-year-old investor to cover build- Once the site is given pond so we can make sure cooler and freezer, shop-
with them escorted the man woman was cited for posses- ing costs, furniture, fixtures final approval, construc- it is up to todays standards ping area with broader food
home. sion of drug paraphernalia and the first few years of tion would take about four set forth by the DNR and choices, meeting room and
1:11 a .m. A 42-year- and open intoxicants in a ve- operating expenses. Bou- months to complete, said Dane County. restrooms.
old Brooklyn man alleged- hicle after an officer noticed dreau expects the commu- Dan Bertler of Supreme The new food pantry
ly punched out a tooth of a an occupied suspicious vehi- nity to meet its $300,000 Structures, Inc. and parking lot are being Contact Samantha
59-year-old man at the Main cle in a parking lot on the 100 fundraising challenge by We are still working out designed to direct water Christian at samantha.
Tap. When police arrived, five block of Elliot Lane. The man the details for the actual run-off to the southeast christian@wcinet.com.
to 10 people were still argu- admitted to having marijuana
ing, intoxicated and not the in the car after being told the
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Letters to the editor

Planning committee thankful for
splash pad fundraiser success
The Oregon Pool and Ore- Auction.
gon-Brooklyn Optimist Club We ask the community to
would like to thank the Ore- continue to support our efforts to
gon-Brooklyn community for build this wonderful community
their awesome support of our asset through paver purchases,
recent spaghetti dinner to help donations, volunteering and sup-
raise funds and awareness for the porting our fundraising events.
Oregon Splash Pad. The Oregon-Brooklyn Com-
Over $4,000 was raised which munity is such as great place to
will help bring Splash Pad fun in love thank you!
the sun soon.
We would also like to thank Margaret Straub
all of the businesses and individ- Oregon-Brooklyn Splash
uals who donated to the Silent Pad Planning Committee

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Business Military tribute show is April 29

SCOTT DE LARUELLE than $4,000 for the Brook- pay on the monument, and

expo April 27
lyn Area Veterans Memori- the group is still selling
Unified Newspaper Group
al Park, which was dedicat- pavers for $65, $125 and If You Go
Country western singer ed that May. Proceeds from $250. What: Maggie Mae
Maggie Mae and the Heart- this concert will also go Other donations are and Heartland Country
land Country Band will be toward the memorial bud- also appreciated, he said. Band military tribute
back in Oregon for a mili- get, which did not include Tickets for the concert concert
More than 30 businesses tary tribute concert on Sat- inscribing the names of are $25 for lower and $20
will showcase their goods
and services during the
If You Go urday, April 29 at Oregon
High School. The commu-
every veteran back to the
Civil War, a process that
for upper in advance or
$30 at the door. For tickets,
When: 1-3:30p.m.
Saturday, April 29
annual Spring Business What: Spring Business nity concert, sponsored by cost an additional $20,000. call Danny Leonard at 455- Where: Oregon High
Expo at Firefly Coffeehouse, Expo Brooklyn-Oregon Ameri- The memorial has room for 5049. School Performing Arts
114 N. Main St., from can Legion Post 160, runs more paver bricks to honor Center, 456 N. Perry
6-8p.m. Thursday, April 27. When: 6-8p.m. Thurs-
day, April 27 from 1-3:30p.m. area veterans in the future. Email Unified Newspaper Pkwy.
The networking event, The band last performed Post 150 command- Group reporter Scott
organized by the Oregon Where: Firefly Coffee- er Lyle Wanless said the De Laruelle at scott. Info: 455-5049
in Oregon last March at a
Area Chamber of Com- house, 114 N. Main St. concert that raised more group has $8,000 left to delaruelle@wcinet.com.
merce, is free for the pub- Info: 835-3697
lic and is described by the
At left, Peter
chamber as an opportunity
for people to make new Finnegan See something wrong?
connections and expand bring the whole family. describes
your network. Its always a fun time, the photos The Oregon Observer does not sweep
Some booths will have she said. Theres stuff for that others errors under the rug. If you see something
prize giveaways, drawings kids, too. took of him you know or even think is in error, please
and food samples. Chamber For information, call 835- during the call 835-6677 or email oregonobserver@
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Houtsinger said people can Samantha Christian

Who will be there

The Zone Fitness and Training, Pure Integrity Homes,
Union Bank and Trust, Concordia University, Natural Spac- Photo by Samantha Christian
Eat. Drink. Polka.
es Gallery and Framing, Oregon Community Bank, The Sunday, April 23 3-7p.m.
Inspired Mat, DoTerra, Tupperware, Nerium, King Quan- Army photographer shares New Glarus Hotel Restaurant
tum Thought, Oregon Observer, McFarland State Bank,
Ruby Ribbon, Three Gaits, Live to Love Reiki, State Bank Vietnam images Zweifel Brothers Polka, Swiss Heritage Music,
of Cross Plains, Neuenschwander Asset Management, U.S. Army photographer Peter Finnegan shared some Alphorns, Raclette, Local Food Specialties
Wildtree, Tingalls Graphic Design, Stoughton Hospital, of his photos from the Vietnam War during a program
at the Oregon Area Senior Center on Thursday, April 6. Silent Auction + Wine Pull + 50/50Raffle
Oregon Hometown Pharmacy, Herbalife, Oregon Farm Good Soldier/Bad Soldier is a collection of color, film
Center, See Your World Adventures, U.S. Cellular-Hanson

photos he had taken during his service in the war from
Electronics, Premier Designs Jewelry, Karate America, 1969 to 1971, for the Army magazine Hurricane. The Proceeds support
BeeHive Homes, Mary Kay and BMO Harris. Madison resident displays his collection of photographs
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Coming up Churches
Trivia night not covered by the librarys operating other contributions are tax deductible. All Saints Lutheran Church Good Shepherd Lutheran
budget. Funds are used by the departments 2951 Chapel Valley Rd., Fitchburg Church ECLA
Panthers vs. Cancer is sponsoring (608) 276-7729 Central Campus: Raymond Road and
For information, call 835-3656 or for training expenses, meals for per- Pastor Rich Johnson Whitney Way
a trivia night fundraiser for its group visit oregonpubliclibrary.org/friends. sonnel during emergency situations
SUNDAY SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
and Relay for Life from 6-8 p.m. and to support public education for 8:30 a.m. classic service SUNDAY - 8:15, 9:30 and10:45 a.m.
Thursday, April 20. Senior citizen prom fire and EMS in the community, Worship West Campus: Corner of Hwy.
10:45 a.m. new song service
The event, which will include door The Oregon High School Student including the promotion of CPR and PD and Nine Mound Road, Verona
prizes, entertainment and free pop- Council is holding a senior citizen Rescue Kids classes. Past purchases Brooklyn Lutheran Church SUNDAY - 9 &10:15 a.m., 6 p.m.
Worship (608) 271-6633
corn and beverages, will be held in prom from 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, April include a new defibrillation unit, three 101 Second Street, Brooklyn
the Oregon High School commons, 21, at the Gorman and Company cordless Jaws of Life and staff vehicle (608) 455-3852
Pastor Rebecca Ninke Hillcrest Bible Church
456 N. Perry Pkwy. building, 200 N. Main St. to transport personnel and equipment SUNDAY 752 E. Netherwood, Oregon
The cost is $7 for an individual 9 a.m. Holy Communion Eric Vander Ploeg, Lead Pastor
The free event, for all ages of to fire scenes and trainings. (608) 835-7972, www.hbclife.com
and $30 for a team up to six people. seniors, will feature a live swing For information, contact 10 a.m. Fellowship
For information, contact 835-1317, band, Marcy and the Highlights, chrisjohnson541@frontier.com. 8:30 a.m. worship at the Hillcrest
bdbothwell@oregonsd.net or visit bit. and include refreshments and a coat Community of Life Lutheran
Church Campus and 10:15 a.m. worship with
ly/2nza1Jh. check. Preventing dog bites PO Box 233, Oregon Childrens ministries, birth 4th grade
(608) 286-3121, office@
Book sale For information or to RSVP, con- Dan Antolec, of Happy Buddha communityoflife.us Holy Mother of Consolation
tact Student Council president Tessa Dog Training, will hold a Stay Safe Pastor Jim McCoid Catholic Church
The Friends of Oregon Public Reilly at 658-5741 or tessa.reilly@ Around Dogs program at the senior SUNDAY 651 N. Main Street, Oregon
Library are holding their semi-annual oregonsd.net. 10 a.m. Worship at 1111 S. Perry Pastor: Fr. Gary Wankerl
center at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 27. (608) 835-5763
used book sale from 4-7 p.m. Friday, Learn what the sensory differences Parkway, Oregon
April 21 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur- Card party are between canine and human spe- SATURDAY: 5 p.m. Worship
day, April 22. Brooklyn Community United
The Brooklyn Fire/EMS Associa- cies, how to read dogs through their Methodist Church SUNDAY: 8 and 10:15 a.m. Worship
Members can come early for a pre- tion will hold its annual card party at body language, how to distinguish 201 Church Street, Brooklyn
view sale from 3-4 p.m. Friday, and 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at the fact from fiction regarding dog bites (608) 455-3344 Peoples United Methodist
Pastor George Kaminski Church
there will be a $2 bag sale from 1-3 Brooklyn Fire/EMS building, 401 W. and what to do if you feel threatened 103 North Alpine Parkway, Oregon
p.m. Saturday. The bag cannot be Main St., Brooklyn. Tickets are $5 for by a dog. SUNDAY
9 a.m. Worship (Nov.-April) Pastor Jason Mahnke
larger than a brown paper grocery an evening of euchre, prizes, sand- To register for this free program, 10:30 a.m. Worship (May-Oct.) (608)835-3755, www.peoplesumc.org
bag. Proceeds from the sales help wiches, beverages and dessert. All call 835-5801. Communion is the 1st & 3rd weekend
Faith Evangelical Lutheran SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
sponsor library projects and activities SUNDAY - 9 a.m. Worship and Sunday
143 Washington Street, Oregon school; 10:30 a.m. Worship
(608) 835-3554
Community calendar Pastor Karl Hermanson
SUNDAY - 9 a.m. Worship
St. Johns Lutheran Church
625 E. Netherwood, Oregon
Holy Communion 2nd & last Pastor Paul Markquart (Lead Pastor)
Thursday, April 20 book sale (1-3 p.m. $2 bag sale), ning workshop (free), Krause Sundays (608) 835-3154
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Operation Fresh library, 835-3656 Donovan Estate Law Partners, 116 SATURDAY - 5 p.m. Worship
Spring St., 268-5751 First Presbyterian Church SUNDAY - 8 and 10:30 a.m. Worship
Start volunteer service project, 6:30 p.m., Brookyln Fire/EMS 9:15-10:15 a.m. Education Hour
Anderson Farm County Park, 914 Association annual card party 3:30-5:30 p.m., Computer class: 408 N. Bergamont Blvd. (north of
CC), Oregon, WI
Union Road, andersonparkfriends. ($5), 401 W. Main St., Brooklyn, Pinterest ($20), senior center, 835- (608) 835-3082 - fpcoregonwi.org Vineyard Community Church
org chrisjohnson541@frontier.com 5801 Pastor Kathleen Owens Oregon Community Bank & Trust, 105
SUNDAY S. Alpine Parkway, Oregon - Bob Groth,
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Chamber Monday, April 24 5-6 p.m., Anderson Park Friends Pastor
membership meeting (cybersecu- prairie group meeting, Firefly Cof- 10 a.m. Service
(608) 513-3435, welcometovineyard.
3:15-4:30 p.m., Boards and Bricks feehouse, roe.parker@gmail.com
10:15 a.m. Sunday School
rity presentation), Headquarters (grades K-6), library, 835-3656 11 a.m. Fellowship
Banquet Hall, 101 Concord Dr., SUNDAY - 10 a.m. Worship
4 p.m., Oregon Area Food Pan- Thursday, April 27 11:15 a.m. Adult Education
835-3697 Zwingli United Church of Christ
try groundbreaking, 103 N. Alpine 1 p.m., Stay Safe Around Dogs Fitchburg Memorial UCC
1 p.m., Third Thursday Afternoon Pkwy., oregoncrn.com program, senior center, 835-5801 Paoli
5705 Lacy Road, Fitchburg At the Intersection of Hwy. 69 & PB
euchre card party ($3), senior cen- (608) 273-1008, www.memorialucc.
ter, 835-5801 6-8 p.m., 2017-18 Kindergarten 3-7 p.m., Oregon Area Food Pan- Rev. Sara Thiessen
orientation, OHS Performing try distribution, 1092 Union Road, org (608) 845-5641
5:30-7:30 p.m., Share Fair and Pastor: Phil Haslanger SUNDAY -
Arts Center, 456 N. Perry Pkwy., obfp.org Associate Pastor Twink Jan-
Art Show, Brooklyn Elementary oregonsd.org 9:30 a.m. Family Worship
School, 204 Division St., skkirsop@ 6-8 p.m., Spring Business Expo, McMahon
6:30 p.m. Oregon School Board Firefly Coffeehouse, 114 N. Main SUNDAY
oregonsd.net 9:30 a.m. Worship
meeting, Rome Corners Intermedi- St., 835-3697
6-8 p.m., Panthers vs. Cancer ate School, 835-4700
Trivia Night ($7), OHS commons,
6:30-7 p.m., Pajama Antics: Won-
Friday, April 28 Support groups
456 N. Perry Pkwy., 835-1317 Brooklyn village-wide garage sale
der Lab (6 and under), library, 835- Alcoholics Anonymous Relationship & Divorce
Friday, April 21 3656 1 and 7 p.m., NKE productions of meeting, First Support Group, State
3-4 p.m., Friends used book sale Peter Pan, OHS Performing Arts Presbyterian Church, Bank of Cross Plains,
(for members), library, 835-3656
Tuesday, April 25 Center, 455-5049 every Monday and every other Monday at
7-8 p.m., Oregon Preschool spring 6:30 p.m., Project Girl Oregon Friday at 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
4-7 p.m., Friends used book sale, general assembly meeting, 625 N.
library, 835-3656 Middle School: Art Exhibition of
Netherwood Young Local Artists, Firefly Caregiver Support Veterans Group,
5:30-8 p.m., Senior citizen prom, Group, Oregon Area Oregon Area Senior
Gorman and Company building, Wednesday, April 26 Saturday, April 29 Senior Center, third Center, every second
200 N. Main St., 658-5741 11:45 a.m., April birthday lunch Brooklyn village-wide garage sale Monday of each month Wednesday at 9 a.m.
(register by 1 p.m. April 25), senior 1 p.m., Wisconsin Reactive Dog at 9 a.m.
Saturday, April 22 center, 835-5801 Weight-Loss Support
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friends used support group, Firefly Coffeehouse, Dementia Caregivers Group, Oregon Area
Noon to 1:30 p.m., Estate plan- 513-2170 Supper and Support, Senior Center, every
fourth Wednesday of Monday at 3:30 p.m.
every month from 6-7:30
Community cable listings Senior center p.m., Sienna Crest, 845
Navigating Life Elder
Support Group, Peoples
Monday, April 24 Monday, April 24 Market St., Suite 1 United Methodist
Village of Oregon Cable Access TV channels:
WOW #983 & ORE #984 Grilled Chicken on Bun Morning Reflexology Diabetes Support Church, 103 N. Alpine
Phone: 291-0148 Email: oregoncableaccess@charter.net Italian Green Beans 9:00 CLUB, 10:00 Dominoes Group, Oregon Area Pkwy., every first
Website: ocamedia.com Facebook: ocamediawi Grape Juice, Sherbet 10:30 StrongWomen Senior Center, second Monday at 7 p.m.
New programs daily at 1 p.m. VO: Black Bean Patty 1:00 Get Fit, RSVP Sewing, Scrabble Thursday of each month
and repeats at 4, 7 and 10 p.m. and 1, 4, 7 and 10 a.m.
Tuesday, April 25 1:30 Bridge at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 20 Monday, April 24 Roast Beef with Gravy 3:30 Weight Loss Support
WOW: Village Board WOW: Movie: The Best Roasted Red Potato Tuesday, April 25
Roasted Vegetables 8:30 Zumba Gold Advanced Peace of Mind
Meeting (of April 17) Years of Our Lives (1946)
ORE: OHS Girls ORE: School Board Jell-O with Peach Slices 9:00 Veterans Group
Multi Grain Bread 9:30 Wii Bowling, Bingo A simple way to increase our peace of mind is to
Volleyball vs. Milton (of Meeting LIVE6:30 p.m. stop caring what others may think or say about
Sept. 2016) VO: Veggie Patty 9:45 Zumba Gold, 12:30
Wednesday, April 26 Sheepshead, Stoughton Shopping us. Aspiring to please others and\ fearing that
Tuesday, April 25 we have displeased them are normal human
Friday, April 21 WOW: Movie: The Chicken Salad on a 5:30 StrongWomen
Whole Wheat Bun Wednesday, April 26 sentiments, but they can cause a lot of distress.
WOW: Village Board Day the Earth Stood Still Ask only whether you have said or done the right
Special Meeting (of April (1951) Copper Penny Salad Morning Foot Care
Fruit Cup, Sugar Cookie 9:00 CLUB, 10:30 Sing-Along thing, not whether it will please or upset others.
18) ORE: OHS Fine Arts Lets face it, whatever we do is bound to please
ORE: RCI Fine Arts Week: Solo & Ensemble VO: Egg Salad on Bun 11:45 April Birthday Lunch, Cake
SO: Taco Salad 1:00 Euchre, Get Fit some and bother others, so its foolish to try to
Week Performance (of I (of April 11) please everyone. As the old saying goes, he who
April 13) Thursday, April 27 2:00 Needle-Workers Group
My Meal, My Way 3:30 Pinterest Class tries to please everyone pleases no one. There
Wednesday, April 26 are times when we must be blunt or take decisive
Saturday, April 22 WOW: Silver Threads: Lunch at Ziggys Thursday, April 27
Smokehouse (drop in MorningChair Massage action that we know will bother others, but if we
WOW: Silver Threads: Jim Hetzel @ Senior are acting from good motives and are trying to do
Dave & Heather @ Senior Center (of April 18) between 11:30 a.m. and 8:30 Zumba Gold Advanced
1 p.m.) 9:00 Pool Players what is right the fact that someone is bothered by
Center (of June 2015) ORE: OHS Fine Arts what we have said or done shouldnt determine
ORE: Oregon/ Week: Solo & Ensemble Friday, April 28 9:45 Zumba Gold
*Roast Pork with Gravy 10:30 StrongWomen what we do. Ask only if you are doing the right
Stoughton HS Rugby vs. II (of April 11) thing, not whether you will be praised or blamed
Monona Grove (of April Mashed Potatoes 12:30 Shopping at Bills
Corn 12:30 Coloring Group for it. It will make for a much easier decision-mak-
19) Thursday, April 27 ing process and should have the added
WOW: Oregon Fruit Cocktail 1:00 Cribbage, Stay Safe around
Whole Wheat Bread Dogs, 3:00 Food Pantry Open benefit of a more peaceful mind.
Sunday, April 23 Chamber of Commerce Christopher Simon
WOW: The Church: Meeting (of April 20) Pudding with Topping 5:30 StrongWomen
2017 Palm Sunday ORE: School Board VO: Veggie Patty Friday, April 28
9:00 CLUB, 9:30 Blood Pressure You will keep in perfect peace those whose
Service Meeting (of April 24) minds are steadfast, because they trust in you.
ORE: OHS Fine 9:45 Gentle Yoga, 11:00 Chair Yoga
*Contains Pork 1:00 Dominoes, Get Fit Isaiah 26:3 NIV
Arts Week: Balaliaka
Performance (of April 10)
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Pay It Forward Day is April 28
collecting stories, About the group Get involved
donations The Oregon Area Wellness Coalition is made up of To submit your stories
members from the school district, senior center, library, about random acts of
HELU WANG chamber, fire, police and Brooklyn recreation department. kindness and good
Unified Newspaper Group
OAWC invited local businesses, schools and families to deeds before Pay It
Oregon and Brooklyn put up event flyers on windows this month to engage Forward Day (April 28),
will participate in inter- more community members in Pay It Forward Day. The share them at facebook. FRIDAY SATURDAY
national Pay It Forward groups upcoming events include the Rotary Bike Trail com/PayForwardWI APRIL APRIL

28 29
Day, which aims to make ride, elementary school bike trains and Summer Fest run. or facebook.com/
a difference by creating a
huge ripple of kindness felt OAWCWI, or drop them
across the world on Fri- off at the senior center,
day, April 28. on the Oregon School Dis- school district. Nonperish- library or school district.
For the third year, Ore- trict, said the goal of the able food donations for the 8:00AM - 4:00PM 8:00AM - 2:00PM
gon Area Wellness Coa- campaign is to support a Oregon Area Food Pantry
lition is encouraging the healthy and active commu- are also welcome as dona-
community to do good nity. tions. things for others include
deeds and share their sto- People can write down Anne Stone, assistant holding a door open, buy-
ries of random acts of their stories and share them director at the senior cen- ing a cup of coffee for ENTER TO WIN AN OVERNIGHT STAY
kindness. online with the group, or ter, said the movement is a someone, or helping some- IN WISCONSIN DELLS
Amy Miller, a member drop them off in boxes at chance for people to share one load groceries.
of OAWC and a commu- various locations around how others helped them
Test drive the latest
nity education coordinator the village, including the and spread positive acts. Contact Helu Wang at helu. John Deere Equipment!
senior center, library and Examples of doing nice wang@wcinet.com.

Spring community ed, rec classes

Oregon School District The cost is $70. young chefs ages 8-10 from School.
Community Education and 3:15-5:15p.m. Thursdays, Dogs will not be brought
Recreation department will Nurtured Heart May 4-25, at Netherwood to the class, but participants
hold public classes for chil- Parents can attend The Knoll Elementary School. will learn about the ani-
dren and adults in April and Nurtured Heart Approach Kids will learn about safe mals sensory and cognitive
May. Class fees include all class taught by Ruth Greiber food storage, how to pre- abilities.
materials. from 6-7:30p.m. Tuesdays, pare foods to take on a pic- The cost is $2 for parent
To r e g i s t e r , v i s i t
May 2-23, at Netherwood nic, including sandwiches, and child, and all proceeds GOING ON AT ALL 20 WISCONSIN
oregonsd.org/community. Knoll Elementary School. wraps, salads and dips for will be donated to a local AND ILLINOIS LOCATIONS
For information call 835- The concepts of this fruits and veggies, and how humane society.
4097. approach can improve your to create a cookbook.
Jewelry workshop relationship with any child
or teen, but are very effec-
Design your own fashion- tive with children who dis- Dog safety
The cost is $70. Samantha Christian
able necklace and key ring play difficult behaviors. Daniel Antolec will teach
using Close To My Heart The cost is $40 per family. children 5 and up and their
Base and Bling during a parents how to live safely
workshop led by Keely Kir- Picnic foods with dogs from 6-7:30p.m.
wan from 6:30-8:30p.m. Eliza Tyksinski will teach Thursday, May 4, at Rome
Thursday, April 27, at Neth- Pack a Picnic classes to C o r n e r s I n t e r m e d i a t e
erwood Knoll Elementary
The cost is $27. BADGER HONOR
Lego galaxy FLIGHT
Bricks4Kidz staff will
hold Lego Galaxy Far, Far
Away for children ages SATURDAY, APRIL 22ND, 2017
6-10 from 3-4p.m. Mon-
days, May 1 through June 50 BIRD SPORTING CLAYS
5, at Brooklyn Elementary at Deer Creek Sports & Conservation Club
School or Tuesdays, May 8475 Miller Rd. Verona, WI
2 through June 6, at Neth-
erwood Knoll Elementary Registration is from 9:00 am-3:00 pm
School. Food & refreshments available
Kids will use Legos to Proceeds from each round will go
build a rocket or motorized toward sending military veterans to see
models of spacecraft while
they learn about space. their memorials in Washington, DC
For more information call
Ray Gilden at (608) 832-6261

Dementia Caregivers
Supper & Support
Presented by Sienna Crest Assisted Living and the Alzheimers Association
For caregivers assisting those with dementia. A light meal will be
provided as well as group discussions and free resources.
Please call (608) 835-0040 or email lhurtley@siennacrest to RSVP.

April 26th, 2017(4th Wednesday of Every Month) TODAY!

6:00 pm 7:30 pm Thursday, April 20
Sienna Crest Corporate Office Training Center
845 Market St., Suite 1, Oregon, WI 53575 5:00 PM-7:30 PM
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Youth center seeks

snack donations
The Oregon Youth Cen-
ter is serving about 30 kids On the web
each day, but it is running
out of snacks to serve the For more information, visit:
kids. One snack serving is oregonyouthcenter.org
given out free of charge to
all youth who want it, but
the youth center is running give an in-kind donation
out before the end of each receipt to the donor. Dona-
week. tions can be dropped off at
Donations are tax deduct- the OYC, 110 N. Oak St.,
ible, so bring a receipt from between 3-6 p.m. Mondays
the purchase and OYC will through Fridays.

Send it in!
If you have a photo of an event or just a slice of life you
think the community might be interested in, send it to us and
well use it if we can. You can submit it on our website at
ConnectOregonWI.com or email to assistant editor Scott
Girard at communityreporter@wcinet.com.

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Thursday, April 20, 2017
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Boys track and field

Player of the
From April 8-18

Name: Alexis Jackson

Grade: Junior

Sport: Track and field

Highlights: Jackson had a hand in 22

of the Panthers points at the W/TFA
meet April 8, winning the 55-meter
hurdles while also helping the team
collect a pair of third-place finishes.
Jackson added a third-place finish in
Photo by Jeremy Jones the long jump with a school-record
Jahlil Turner passes the baton to Matt Kissling. The duo was joined by Jon Auer and Logan Meier to win the 4x200-meter relay in 1 minute, leap of 18 feet. Jackson was joined by
33.7 seconds more than a second-and-a-half faster than second place Monona Grove at the Stoughton High School quad. sophomore Scarlet Egwuonwu, senior
Danica Keisling and sophomore Lexi
Karls to help Oregon rack up points as

Panthers win three events

part of the 4x200, which took third in
1 minute. 46.95 seconds

Honorable mentions: Hudson Kugel

dash runner, Turner posted a (boys track and field) scored all six of
Oregon finishes third at meet best 23.03 to hold off Whats next the Panthers points Saturday, April
8, at the Wisconsin Track Federation
Stoughton quad Monona Groves Andre Nahir-
niak by .16. Meier was third in state indoor championship. Kugel
The Oregon High School girls and boys track and field teams finished fifth in the 400 dash in 52.24
Monona dominated the meet, travel to Sun Prairie at 4:30 p.m. Friday for an invite and then host and seventh in the 800 in 2:01.29;
Sports editor Hannah Christiansen (softball) led
scoring double-digit points in Madison Edgewood, Milton and Monroe in a Badger South Confer-
the mile, high jump, discus, ence quad at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25 Oregon, which had a season-high
Oregon boys track and field 15 hits Thursday against Edgewood,
team won three individual shot put and long jump on its
way to 114 points. The host going 3-for-4 at the plate. She also
events and a relay on its way to earned the win in the circle, going six
51 points to finish third out of Vikings finished a distant third 3,200 with a time of 10:13. Josh Klahn was third in the
with 63. Monroe was fourth Monona Groves Dylan Scace 1,600 (5:05), DeAndre Burrell innings and giving up six runs. She
the four Badger South teams struck out five and walked three; No.
competing Tuesday at Stough- with 44 points. won the race in 9:58. finished third in the triple jump 4 singles player Zak Roskos (boys
ton. Matt Kissling, Jon Auer, Oregon picked up a win by (35-4) and Sam Reynolds took tennis) helped Oregon secure a 5-2
Jahlil Turner posted the Pan- Turner and Meier dominated Kardelle Phillips in the 300 hur- third place in the shot put with a win over Sauk Prairie and won two
thers fastest 200-meter dash the 4x200 in 1:33.7, more than dles with a time of 42.39. The toss of 44-2. of three matches last weekend at
time of the season and Logan a second-and-a-half faster than time was .27 faster than Jack- Damien Orton (12.13) and the Manitowoc Lincoln Invitational;
Meier took third as help the second place Monona Grove. son Hampton of Stoughton. Devin Keast (12.17) competed Ian Schildgen (baseball) allowed an
Panthers score nine points the Hudson Kugel won the 400 Typically not a 100 dash run- in the JV 100, but their times earned run in four innings to pick up
most team scored in any single dash by nearly two seconds ner, Phillips finished .44 behind would have been good enough a win in a 6-1 victory over Monroe
event. over Jordan DiBenedetto in Stoughtons Jordan DiBenedet- for fifth and sixth place in the on April 11; Jack Haufle (baseball)
Not normally an open 200 51.25, and took second in the to in 11.77 for second place. varsity race. finished 2-for-3 with a double, an RBI
and a run scored; Connor Zagrodnik
(baseball) went 3-for-4 with three
RBIs in a 7-2 win over Monona Grove
Girls track and field Monday; Ryan Candell (boys golf)
finished with a 77 to help Oregon fin-

Oregon takes runner-up at Stoughton quad ish seventh as a team at the Monona
Grove Invitational Thursday at The
Oaks; Abby Breitbach (girls soccer)
JEREMY JONES had three saves, including one in the
Sports editor final two minutes of a 0-0 tie against
Oregon girls track and field
team traveled to Stoughton for
a quad which featured the top
four teams from the Badger Rugby
South Conference meet last
The Panthers won four indi-

finishes runner-up in
vidual events and scored 68
points without its best athlete
to finish two points shy of the

Green Bay
six-time conference champion
Vikings (70). Monona Grove
(64) and Monroe (63) made
sure that all four teams were Oregon/Stoughton rugby finished
only separated by seven points. second at the Le Captain tournament
Not counted toward the final on Saturday in Green Bay.
conference standings, which The team defeated River Cities 43-0
are determined at the con- in its first match and then fell 2712 to
Photo by Jeremy Jones
ference meet, junior Alexis the Green Bay Mavericks in the title
Scarlet Egwuonwu cleared 4 feet, 10 inches to win Tuesday evenings high jump competition based on
attempts at the Stoughton High School quad.
Turn to Girls track/Page 11 Turn to Rugby/Page 11
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Baseball Softball
Zagrodnik sparks Panthers Oregon powers past rival Stoughton
to second conference win JEREMY JONES
Sports editor

ANTHONY IOZZO To Oregon softball coach Sydnee

Assistant sports editor Whats next Wyss, the difference between this sea-
sons team and the one she took over last
Connor Zagrodnik played Oregon hosts DeFor- year is a combination of maturity and
a huge role in Oregons 7-2 perseverance.
win over Monona Grove est at 5p.m. Thursday in The Panthers needed every bit of both
Monday. a Badger crossover and qualities Monday evening to survive a
Zagrodnik not only tied travels to Jones Park to 3-1 pitchers duel at Badger South Con-
the game at 2-2 in the bottom take on Fort Atkinson at ference rival Stoughton.
of the third with a two-run Pitcher Hannah Christiansen scattered
single, he also knocked in a 5p.m. Friday. five hits over seven innings and battery
run in the fifth and finished The Panthers finish the mate Jayme Zander cracked a two-run
3-for-4 at the plate. home run in the first inning to help the
Zagrodnik put the Pan- week at 5p.m. Tues- Panthers improve to 3-0 in conference
thers on the board with a sin- day, April 25, at Badger for the first time in more than a decade.
gle to left-center that brought South rival Stoughton. Stoughton had a chance to tie or steal
home Cedric Girard and Ian the win in the bottom of the seventh,
Schildgen (2-for-3). after Stacy Benoy reached on an error
Then in the fifth, after by shortstop Meghan Detra.
Schildgen scored on an error, travel to Madison Edgewood Kayley Novotny, who represented
Zagrodnik singled to right to Thursday, but the game was the tying run, singled to second base
score Eric Modaff (2-for-3) postponed due to weather with no outs, and Sophia Klawitter
and make it 4-2. conditions. advanced both runners into scoring
Oregon blew the game No makeup date was position with a sacrifice bunt. But Chris-
open in the sixth with three announced as of the Observ- tiansen bore down in the circle, striking
more runs. Carson Timber- ers Tuesday deadline. out Lela Brashi before getting lead-off
lake scored on a sacrifice fly Oregon 4, Milton 1 hitter Maddie Brickson to hit a full-
by Girard, and Schildgen sin- count ground ball to third base. Despite
gled home Nick Wacker and The Panthers (3-4 over- one-hopping the throw to first base,
Tyler Damon followed with all, 3-0 Badger South Con- Kyrsten George was able to record the
an RBI single to bring home ference) traveled to Milton final out. Photo by Jeremy Jones
Schildgen. Tuesday and continued to Last year, we would have blown Jayme Zander celebrates her two-run home run in the first inning Monday in
Brandon Knobel came in rack up wins in the confer- that game, said Wyss, who had led the Stoughton. Oregon won the Badger South Conference game 3-1.
to strike out the last batter ence, earning a 4-1 victory. Panthers to a 1-11 conference record
in the seventh for the save. Schildgen had a double last season. Starting the seventh inning
Ben Prew started and earned
the victory. He went 6 2/3
and an RBI, and Helmkamp
picked up a double and a run
with an error, we would have just let
mistakes keep going. I told the girls
them would go over, she said. It was
so exciting.
Whats next
innings and allowed two scored. tonight, theyve shown more maturity Still, Oregon struggled to put much
earned runs on six hits and Nik Richardson and Hau- than all last year. on the scoreboard, adding one run over
Oregon travels to DeForest for
four walks, striking out four. fle also picked up RBIs, and Oregon continued to be aggressive at the final six innings an RBI single by a Badger Conference crossover
Marshall Lehman took the Cole Scott finished 2-for-3. the plate, as Julia Schmidt singled over Marissa Kleckler that scored Kyrsten game against the Norskies at 5p.m.
loss for the Silver Eagles. He Girard earned the win on second base with one out in the top of George. Thursday and then to Taylor Park in
allowed three earned runs the mound. He allowed an the first inning before Zander pulled a Stoughton had one baserunner Cottage Grove at 5p.m. Friday for a
on eight hits and two walks earned run on six hits and a slow, hanging pitch by Stoughton pitch- through the first three innings before
in five innings, striking out walk in five innings, striking er Molly Skonning over the left-center finally threatening in the home half of conference make-up game against
three. out five. field fence to give Oregon a 2-0 lead. the fourth. Monona Grove.
Knobel picked up the save, As Zander touched home plate, sur- Morgan Neuenfeld led off with a sin-
Oregon, allowing two hits in two rounded by teammates, one thought gle in the hole at short, and Stoughton Meghan Detra.
Edgewood (PPD) innings and striking out four. came into her mind, she said: Finally. put a second runner on base with the Skonning plated Stoughtons lone run
I kept getting so close, but none of throwing error by Panther shortstop
Oregon was supposed to Turn to Softball/Page 11

Girls soccer Boys golf

Panthers still looking to break out offensively Candell leads Panthers

with a 77 at MG invite
Assistant sports editor

Thursdays 0-0 tie with

Verona showed the Oregon
High School girls soccer ANTHONY IOZZO
team still has work to do on Assistant sports editor Whats next
The third-ranked Panthers Ryan Candell led the Oregon hosts Madison
(2-0-2 overall) generated Oregon High School boys
golf team Thursday in Edgewood at 3:30p.m.
14 shots and finished with
eight shots on goal. Much the Monona Grove Invi- Thursday at Foxboro Golf
of their inability to find the tational at The Oaks Golf Club and then travels to
net can be attributed to los- Course. Stoughton Country Club
ing 90 percent of their scor- Candell finished with
a 77, which was good for to take on the rival Vi-
ing from the last few years,
but there are also chemistry ninth overall. The Pan- kings at 3:30p.m. Tues-
issues that are natural at the thers finished seventh as a day, April 25.
start of a season. team with a 335.
The good news for Ore- Sophomore John Klus
gon, coach Julie Grutzner was second on the team Stoughton David Graffin,
said, is the talent and poten- with an 80. Waunakees Joe Buerre-
tial is there. I think John and Ryan ra and Beloit Memorials
We have to figure out are still going to be our Sam Klobucar all shot 73s
how we can generate leaders, but they are still to tie for second place.
offense with other girls that trying to work out some The rest of the top 10
are just as talented but dont early season kinks, coach were Monona Groves
have the experience quite
Photo by Anthony Iozzo Sara Mess said. A n t h o ny Ko c h ( 7 4 ) ,
Senior goalie Abby Breitbach anticipates a shot as sophomore defender Sydney McKee (24) Zach Kapalczynski shot DeForests Matt Unger
yet, Grutzner said. and Verona junior midfielder Chandler Bainbridge battle for possession in the penalty box
The Panthers have an an 86. (74), Sun Prairies Carter
Thursday in a nonconference game at Panther Stadium. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. Henry Roskos finished Simon (76), Fort Atkin-
experienced midfield and
backfield, however, and one the scoring with a 92, and sons Mason Kent (76) and
of the best goalies in the Defensively, Oregon has senior Alex Verhagens Waunakees Sean Murphy
state in senior Abby Breit- yet to allow a goal this sea- Whats next score of 104 was thrown
bach, who had three saves son, and it has many play- Edgewood invite
Thursday. Grutzner said ers back from a team that Oregon travels to Badger South rival Stoughton at 7p.m. M a r q u e t t e U n ive r s i -
that allows her to mix up allowed no goals in two Thursday for the first conference game of the season. ty School won the meet The Panthers traveled to
her lineup in order to find state tournament games last with a 307, with all four Blackhawk Country Club
new ways to attack oppos- season. scorers in the 70s. Wauna- Monday for the Edgewood
ing teams. We think our offense building as a team to get to. Huntoon Field, which kee (314) and Sun Prairie High School Invitational
She has been subbing a will get there, Grutzner us prepared for regionals, sits next to the baseball (320) rounded out the top and tied for 17th out of 20
lot of players in, putting said. As I told our team, which is still more than a field, is expected to be three. teams with a 361.
them in different positions we dont have to win these month away. ready for the May 2 game Marquettes Harrison Klus led Oregon and tied
and switching formations. games early on. It is about The Panthers also have a Ott was the individual
building as a program and new field to look forward Turn to Soccer/Page 11 medalist with a 71, and Turn to Golf/Page 11
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Boys tennis Rugby: Westside up next
Singles sweep carries Oregon past Sauk Continued from page 9
Whats next
Sports editor Oregon/Stoughton host- Oregon/Stoughton
ed the Parkway Patriots travels to Madison for a
The singles lineup of the (comprised of several Mil- 5:30p.m. April 23 game
Oregon boys tennis helped waukee area schools) on against Westside.
carry the team to four wins Wednesday in a game that
over the last week, includ- did not make the Observers for those results.
ing two at the Manitowoc Tuesday press deadline.
Lincoln Invitational and Check next weeks paper - Jeremy Jones
two Badger Conference
meet victories.
Oregon 5,
Sauk Prairie 2 Soccer: Panthers outshoot
A draw through the first
four matches complete, Verona 14-4 but cant score
Oregon swept the remain-
ing three flights Thursday Continued from page 10 And when Oregon tried to
for a 5-2 Badger Confer- pass to the side and spread
ence crossover win over the field, the ball went out of
Sauk Prairie. against Monroe. bounds.
Junior Dan Koop- But with construction not When a team is playing as
man and sophomore Zak yet complete, the bleachers defensively as Verona was, it
Roskos secured the match are missing and the field has will help hopefully to spread
with wins at Nos. 3 and 4
Photo by Jeremy Jones been too muddy to play on. them out and give us a few
Oregon junior Ashton Mayers puts away a volley at the net Thursday against Sauk Prairie. Thursday at Panther stadi- more channels because they
singles. Koopman fought Sophomore Sean Benet (background) and Mayers earned the Panthers lone doubles vic-
back from a tough sec- um, Oregon couldnt solve clogged the middle, Grutzner
tory against the Eagles, defeating Alex Kinamon and Dalton Ramminger 6-4, 6-3. Oregon Veronas formation with a said. It was a frustrating
ond-set loss to prevail 6-3, won the Badger Conference cross dual 5-2.
4-6, 6-2 over Tarren Nim- sweeper back deep. The Pan- game in the sense of trying to
mow at No. 3 singles. thers were able to pass a ball generate quality opportunities
Roskos cruised through
his first set at No. 4 singles
Whats next through the midfield and have
numbers for a breakaway, but
but I am not disappointed.
We have a long way to go, and
only to fall nearly as hard Verona had someone there I think (the offense) is going
Oregon travels to Brookfield East at 9a.m. Saturday for an invitational that features to knock the ball back to the to come.
in the second before clos- several of the states top ranked teams in: Arrowhead, Eau Claire Memorial, Marquette,
ing out this match against midfield every time.
Chris Leatherberry with a Neenah, Nicolet, the University School of Milwaukee and the host Spartans.
6-0, 3-6, 6-2 win at No. 4
A rebuilding year for
sweeping all four sin -
Prairie School 7,
6-3 start together this sea- Softball: Oregon edges Milton
gles flights on their way son. That start includes a
both teams, Oregon start- Cina, Jenna Gratz and anoth-
ed four sophomores and
to a 5-2 victory over the Oregon 0 6-2, 6-2 win Saturday over Continued from page 10
Vikings. Bychowsky and Rehrauer. er error in the second.
Sauk Prairie played five Schneider and Donovan While the Panthers Oregon nearly pulled Christiansen earned the
underclassmen, including cruised 6-0, 6-0 atop the didnt see a state qualifier out a win at No. 3 doubles, with an RBI single looped win for the Panthers, tossing
four freshmen. Still, the lineup, while Koopman in the first two round Sat- where Benet and Mayers into shallow left-center field five innings while surrender-
few veterans Oregon had and Roskos earned 6-1, urday, they drew four in battled Anthony Babu and to score Kailey Hammersly ing five runs on six hits. She
played a big difference in 6-3 and 6-1 6-1 victories the final match as Oregon Nick Ruffo all day, but from second base. struck out seven.
the match, as seniors Cal- at Nos. 3 and 4 singles. closed out the tournament ultimately fell a little short Christiansen allowed one Despite falling down by
vin Schneider and Charles Rehrauer and Sychows- with a 7-0 loss to The Prai- in a 3-6, 7-6 (5), 11-9 loss earned run on four hits, strik- nine runs through the first
Donovan cruised 6-2, 6-0 ki rolled 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 rie School. at No. 3 doubles. ing out three and hitting one. fourth inning, Milton fought
and 6-0, 6-0 to help the doubles for Oregons final Multiple-time state qual- Roskos dropped his No. Skonning gave up three- back to tie the game with five
Panthers sweep the singles win. ifiers in their own right, 4 singles match 7-6 (3), earned runs on five hits over runs in the fifth on three RBI
matches at Nos. 1 and 2 Schneider and Donovan 6-3 to Pranav Bajaj. seven innings. She struck out singles, a fielders choice and
singles. Oregon 7, had their best go of it five and didnt walk any. an error. The Red Hawks
Oregon sophomore Sean Manitowoc Lincoln 0 against The Prairie School. Oregon 7, Monroe 0 tacked on four more in the
Benet and junior Ashton Schneider took his first Oregon 10, Milton 9 sixth inning fielders choice,
Oregon continued to roll Oregon traveled to
Mayers earned the Pan- set at No. 1 singles against Monroe on Tuesday and The Panthers remained ground out, error and a dou-
in the second round blank-
thers lone doubles victory, Juan Perez, who finished undefeated in conference ble.
ing the host Ships 7-0 Sat- blanked the rival Cheese-
defeating Alex Kinamon second at last years WIAA makers 7-0. play Tuesday, but was it ever Jacobs took the loss for
and Dalton Ramminger urday. Division 2 individual state close. Milton, allowing one run on
Schneider won 6-0, 6-0 Donovan and Roskos
6-4, 6-3. meet. Perez took control cruised to 6-0, 6-0 wins Oregon, which squandered two hits. She struck out one
Sophomore Sam at No. 1 singles, while in the second set and never a 9-0 lead, went ahead for and walked one.
Donovan, Koopman and at Nos. 2 and 4 singles,
B y c h ow s k i a n d j u n i o r trailed again, rolling 3-6, respectively. Schneider good in the bottom of the Rachel Rogers got the start
Roskos added 6-0, 6-2;
Kyle Rehrauer fell 6-4, 6-2 6-1, 10-0. sixth inning when Maddie for the Red Hawks and threw
6-1, 6-4 and 6-0, 6-2 victo- wasnt far behind at the
to Kelby Mack and Parker Donovans match at No. top of the lineup, defeating Jacobs walked Kleckler with four innings, allowing nine
ries at Nos. 2, 3 and 4 sin-
Chrisler atop the doubles 2 singles against Andrew the bases loaded. earned on seven hits. She
gles, respectively. Silas Setterstrom 6-4, 6-2.
lineup, while Jacob Ayers Liu, a special qualifier at Koopman added a 6-3, 6-1 The Panthers scored on an struck out one.
and Garrett Schulz lost Rehrauer and Bychows- last years state meet, was error in the first inning and Cailyn Schmidt, McCal-
ki added a 6-2, 6-0 victory win at No. 3 singles for the
6-3, 6-2 to Dakota Pickard even closer. Oregon won sweep. added four more runs on lum and George each collect-
and Adam Kampschoer at at No. 1 doubles and Ayers the first set but lost a sec- walks by Christiansen, Lexi ed multiple hits for Oregon.
and Schulz supplied a 6-2, Tanner Hake and Benet
No. 2 doubles. ond-set tiebreaker and the cruised 6-0, 6-0 at No. 3
6-1 victory at No. 2 dou- eventual 10-point tiebreak-
Oregon 5, bles. er 6-2, 6-7 (6), 10-5.
doubles. Ayers and May-
ers rolled 6-0,6-2 at No. 2
Sheboygan North 2 Benet and Mayers
closed out the match with
The Panthers opened a 6-3, 6-1 victory at No. 3
Jacob Ruud and Peter
Lamberton each qualified
doubles and Rehrauer and
Dychowsky capped the
Golf: Boys falls to Milton
the Manitowoc Lincoln doubles. for state last year as spe- win with a 6-2, 6-2 victory
tournament Saturday by cial qualifiers with differ- atop the doubles lineup.
Continued from page 10 Milton 176, Oregon 185
ent partners but are off to a Oregon hosted Milton at
for 10th place with an 80. Foxboro Golf Club on Tues-
Klus, who finished with 12 day in a Badger South Confer-
ence dual and lost 176-185.
Girls track: Relays finish in the top three
pars, tied with Edgewoods
Ben Gilles, Veronas Cale Candell and Michek fin-
Rufenacht, Janesville Park- ished with 43s to lead the Pan-
Continued from page 9 400 as well. We have a lot Marsden, Jenna Sharkus, Beauchaine, freshmen ers Matt Zimmerman and thers, and Kapalczynski and
of versatility on both the Isabella Pierce and senior Brianna Salazar and Eden Eau Claire Memorials Nate Jacob Jancek both finished
boys and girls side, which Danica Keisling finished Meidl and Adams finished Buyze. with 48s. Klus score of 51
Jackson was held out of is a nice problem to have. runner-up to Stoughton third in the 4x800 relay Candell was next for Ore- was thrown out.
the meet in favor of the Oregons best finish on (52.67) in 53.44. Sopho- (11:21.5), and Stough- gon and tied for 54th with an The toughest part for Ore-
Sun Prairie Invitational. the evening came in the more Sarah Adams add- ton won the race with a 89. Ryan Michek shot a 90, gon this season is finding the
Sophomore Scarlet shot put where juniors ed a second-place finish 10:41.7. and Roskos finished the scor- right varsity lineup.
Egwuonwu ran one event Alyssa Milski and Ellen in the 3,200 where her Freshman Isabella ing with a 102. Trent Lawrys Roskos (42), Verhagen (43)
a n d p o s t e d t h e fa s t e s t McCorkle went 1-2 with time of 14:04 was bested Egwuonwu took third in score of 103 was not counted. and Lawry (47) all shot better
time of the year in just her throws of 33-8 and 33-2 only by Monona Groves the 100 and 300 hurdles Eau Claire Memorials than the No. 3 and 4 scorers
second attempt at the dis- , respectively. McCorkle Megan Hoberg. behind Monroes Jordan Trevor Hudecek was the indi- on varsity. But they have been
tance. Egwuonwu clocked (91-8) and Milski (91-3) Oregon finished third Hirsbrunner in 18.01 and vidual medalist with a 75, on the opposite end this sea-
a meet-best 1:00.27 in the finished second and third on both the 4x200 and 55.53, respectively. Hirs- and Middletons Colin Butler son, as well.
400 dash and cleared 4 in the discus behind the 4x800 relays. brunner posted times of and Eau Claire Memorials It has been tricky to fig-
foot, 10 inches to win the 98-0 of Stoughtons Ken- Sophomore Lexi Karls, 15.7 and 45.54 to win Matt Fladten finished second ure out who has been playing
high jump title. nedy Silbaugh. junior Jenna Igl, Keis- both events. Sharkus was and third with a 76 and a 77, where, Mess said. Three
We know what Scarlet Junior Breanna Bastian ling and Sharkus finished third in the long jump (14- respectively. through Eight can shoot a
can do in the 100 and 200, added the girls final victo- third in the 4x200 with a 8 1/2). Stoughtons Mya The Old Abes won the good number on any day and
and on the relays, coach ry, posting a time of 5:48 1:51.64. Stoughton won Lonnebotn won the even meet with a 317, and Edge- a bad number on any day, and
Ned Lease said. There is in the 1,600. the event with a 1:48.19. with a lead of 15-8 1/2. wood followed with a 320. I am hoping to get more con-
some upside there in the Freshmen Olivia Sophomore Lauren Verona was third with a 327. sistency.
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Above left, kids practice in one of the new band rooms at Oregon Middle School. Above right, eighth-graders enjoy lunch in the expanded cafeteria.

OMS: Teachers designed contemporary spaces with students and their learning in mind
Continued from page 1 in the next year or two.
Well be better able and
a double-sized to be used equipped to grow a lot of
for multiple classrooms. our own plants and perenni-
The final touches put on als and annuals to plant on
the cafeteria flooring ear- site, and thats going to be
lier this month was the last an exciting process kids can
item to be checked off, with be involved in, she said.
an expanded area and also That was something we
adjoining spaces for fitness really couldnt do before.
training. The new STEAM space
We finally have a seat matches the districts cur-
for every student in the caf- riculum and emphasis in
eteria, Busler said, noting science with a new green-
that the area can now be house, Busler said, while
used for a variety of larger t h e m u s i c c l a s s r o o m s
group meetings. The space match our school-wide
is larger and the set up for priority with music and the
lunch time is a better envi- arts.
ronment for students. These learning spaces
Anderson said the addi- are contemporary and were
tion of a greenhouse means designed by teachers with
people can expect to see students and their learning
changes in our landscaping in mind, he said.
The building also now
has several green fea-
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thing Anderson said was and students have told an effective learning envi- their new surroundings.
We Can Make Your part of the district design him they particularly like ronment is the best for stu- The kids are excited
Landscape More Beautiful! teams plans. the STEAM wing, cafete- dents. about it, she said. When
Were trying to main- ria and, of course, the new We have the best of both you give your learners a
We offer spring clean-ups, pruning
tain natural light as much stairway. worlds with the new space really nice environment,
trees and shrubs, mulching, seeding, as possible, she said. Its They tell me it is an at OMS, he said. There they take ownership and
fertilization, pest and weed control darker in the teen areas, but inviting space, modern and are numerous studies noting pride in that space, so thats
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TIF: Jefferson Crossing and two other major projects already planned within the district
Continued from page 1
In brief estimate.
The Jefferson Street con-
per year to share a GPS
location service with the
tool that allows a munici- struction is part of a deal state. The service allows
pality to collect increased Thiels request TIF with Dane County before police vehicles to be
taxes on new or improved T h e Vi l l a g e B o a r d the street is transferred to tracked at any location.
d eve l o p m e n t s f r o m a l l referred a request for possi- the village. Police chief Brian Uhl
underlying taxing jurisdic- ble tax-increment financing Kjellstrom plan OK said that would prove par-
tions under the condition assistance to rehabilitate ticularly valuable during
they would not occur but buildings on the 100 block Trustees approved a con- emergency management
for the assistance. It can of North Main Street. cept plan for Kjellstrom situations, as vehicles can
be used, among other ways, Jerry and Bonnie Thiel, Park, which sits across be deployed and redirected
to clear or renew blighted who own and have restored from the villages largest easily.
property, to make an area or multiple historic buildings employer, Wisco Indus-
a municipality competitive on the 100 block of South tries, at the corner of Mar-
Park shelter policies
with others or to close a gap Main Street, recently pur- ket Street and Braun Road. The board approved new
in financing capability. chased three North Main Wi s c o s ow n e r s h a d policies for parks, includ-
As the board had dis- Street buildings and hope donated the land specifical- ing requirements for peo-
cussed in broad strokes last to restore their exterior ly to create a park to hon- ple or groups making res-
month, the new district is appearance and update or their father, company ervations and where dogs
more than anything intend- the interiors. They claim founder Elving Kjellstrom. are allowed to be off-leash
ed to be an overlay of the the restorations would add The plan shows three walk- (two parks have added this
old downtown TIF district, about $300,000 of value to ways leading to a memorial option in recent years).
meaning it would essen- the three buildings, and the plaque in the center, which The Parks Commis-
tially override the old one request was for $82,000. would be surrounded by sion also had discussed
and assume all property It was unclear wheth- picnic tables. It would also charging for park shelter
taxes from increased value er the projects would pass have bike racks and possi- rentals as part of the review
in the district. Creating the the but for test, mean- bly a fix-it station along the of policies, but the price
district would allow the vil- ing they could not hap- bike path. schedule had not yet been
lage to take on new projects pen without village help. finalized.
including the Jefferson Financial adviser Ehlers Police records
Street Crossing redevel- will analyze the request continue Sidewalks added
opment downtown that and bring it back to the The board added two
might not be feasible with The village police
board. department plans to switch sidewalks to the capital
the 15 years remaining in improvement plan for next
debt-ridden TID 3. Burr Oak bid to a new records manage-
ment provider and partner year. For a total cost of
Before the board was just under $140,000, the
ready to give its blessing approved in 2018, but Monday it
two sidewalks would help
to the boundaries which The village approved a approved a new one-year connect pedestrian traf-
would go through a Plan bid for $885,000 to repair deal with the City of Mad- fic to two local schools,
Commission review in July Map courtesy Vandewalle and Associates North Burr Oak Avenue, ison, which the department Rome Corners Intermedi-
and return to the board in The boundary for TID 5 overlaps the old downtown TID 3, as which will be rebuilt in is currently working with.
well as part of TID 2 (Alpine Business Park) and some areas Next year, the village ate (South Perry Parkway)
August trustees got a conjunction with the Jef- and Oregon Middle School
refresher from Vandewal- between. ferson Street replacement will switch to Spillman, (Wolfe Street).
le on the rules of TIF, the because the two projects which the Dane County The board had already
villages three existing dis- the Thysse Printing facility increment (total tax revenue intersect. Sheriffs Office will help
reviewed the two feasibili-
tricts and the financial situ- and an expansion of Oregon going to the district) over The winning bid, from administer. ty studies before sending it
ations of each one. Manor. The district would its 27-year lifespan, Vande- Badgerland Excavating,
was more than $40,000 GPS location deal
to the Public Works com-
And because the bound- also encompass the likely walle estimated. About half mittee in February.
aries had been more or less location of the library the that value would come from less than the engineers The village will pay $60
determined, pending the former Methodist Church on Jefferson Crossing and the
boards consent, Vandewalle Main Street but because Dorn Plaza development on
had more detailed informa- thats a tax-exempt building, North Main Street, which
tion on the projected $32 it would not affect the dis- was approved last year.
million incremental value trict. That ($21 million) would
of the district which gives The district as it was be the bottom line number
a sense of how much the defined Monday would we would have to put toward
board can spend on it. include 11 separate redevel- project costs, Johns said.
Planner Dan Johns told opment areas and a total of The district still has sever-
the board the new district 211 parcels and 90 acres, al steps left before it can be
essentially restarts the more than 60 percent of created officially, including
clock for TIF downtown which met the statutory defi- a more detailed creation of

Oregon City-Wide
after the economic downturn nition of in need of reha- a project plan with maps
of 2008 to about 2013. bilitation or conservation and charts of what is like-
TID 3 has been kind of work blighted, empty ly to be spent and what
underperforming a little bit, or simply not updated for income would be generat-

Garage Sales
but thats largely because awhile. Other properties ed and the reviews in July
of the recession, he said. likely meet that definition, and August. Finally, a joint
There was a lot of devel- but Vandewalle did only a review board comprising
opment that we expected to basic exterior inspection to members of the various tax-
occur around 08-09 that ensure the area meets the ing jurisdictions signs off on

Saturday, May 13th

didnt occur for economic statutory 50 percent mini- it, likely in August, though
reasons. We feel the market mum. in Wisconsin, thats usually
is now right for those things The projected $32 mil- not much more than formal-
to occur. lion in incremental value ity.
Already, three major
projects are planned with-
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Carol M. Eugster Carol M. Eugster, 82, of the Wisconsin Alumni in spending time with loved by so many. Green and Casen Cooper.
passed away Monday, April Association and Atone- her grandchildren and Carol was preceded in A funeral service was
10, 2017. ment Lutheran Church. great-grandchildren, never death by her parents and held Monday, April 17,
Carol was born Dec. 20, She enjoyed attending Wis- without her homemade rice two brothers, Lyle and at Atonement Lutheran
1934, to John and Irene consin Badger games, both crispy treats. She embraced Neal. She is survived by Church in Overland Park,
Fosshage in Blue Mounds home and away. Carol was her granddaughters hus- her husband of 60 years, Kan., followed by burial at
Township, where she was an accomplished golfer and bands with an open heart, Werner Ike Eugster; a Mount Moriah Cemetery in
raised and graduated high talented seamstress, she making them feel as instant daughter, Pamela Eugster; Kansas City, Mo.
school. loved to travel to visit fami- family. sons: Steven (Karen) Eug- In lieu of flowers,
Carol attended the Uni- ly and friends in their motor Always taking care of ster and Robert Eugster; the family suggests
versity of Wisconsin-Mad- h o m e a n d s h e e n j oy e d others, she was the last sisters, Vergene Glaser and contributions to the
ison and was an avid Bad- cooking for her family. one out the door with extra Norma Baker; four grand- American Cancer Society
ger fan. She met and later A heart-warming smile b l a n ke t s , s w e a t e r s a n d children, Brittany (Erick) or the American Heart
married the love of her and loving demeanor, Car- snacks for an evening boat G r e e n , E m i l y E u g s t e r, Association. Condolences
life, Werner R. Eugster, on ol was always lighting up ride. She went the extra Chyla (Cody) Cooper and may be left online at www.
Carol Eugster March 16, 1957. the room with her laugh. mile to make her family Brandon Eugster; and two mcgilleystatelinechapel.
C a r o l wa s a m e m b e r She found such pleasure feel loved. She, in turn, was great-grandchildren, Ellie com.

MINUTES OF THE contract through June 30, 2019. In a roll journment, no person who is scheduled 7. The board shall hear upon oath, community members wish to address 8. Discussion and possible Action
call vote, the following members voted to appear before the board of review may by telephone, all ill or disabled persons the Board, 15 minutes will be provided; re: Intergovernmental Boundary Agree-
REGULAR MEETING OF THE yes: Mr. Krause, Ms. Maitzen, Ms. Feeney, contact or provide information to a mem- who present to the board a letter from otherwise the agenda will proceed as ment with Village of Oregon.
SCHOOL BOARD OF THE Mr. Uphoff, Ms. Flanagan, Mr. Ramin and ber of the board about the persons ob- a physician, surgeon, or osteopath that posted. 9. Communications.
OREGON SCHOOL DISTRICT Mr. Zach. Motion passed 7-0. jection, except at a session of the board. confirms their illness or disability. No C. INFORMATION ITEMS 10. Adjournment.
A. DISCUSSION ITEMS: 3. The board of review may not hear other persons may testify by telephone 1. OEA Report Note: Agendas are subject to
HELD ON MARCH 13, 2017 1. Committee Reports: an objection to the amount or valuation unless the Board, in its discretion, has 2. Student Report amendment after publication. Check the
The regular meeting of the School a. Policy: Ms. Feeney reported that of property unless, at least 48 hours be- determined to grant a property owners D. ACTION ITEMS official posting locations (Town Hall,
Board of the Oregon School District was Policy Committee will be meeting on fore the boards first scheduled meeting, or their representatives request to tes- 1. Official Designations: Town of Oregon Recycling Center and
called to order by Board President Steve Tuesday, March 14th at 4 PM. the objector provides to the boards clerk tify under oath by telephone or written a. Newspaper Oregon Village Hall) including the Town
Zach at 6:30 PM in the Netherwood Ele- b. Vision Steering: Mr. Ramin report- written or oral notice of an intent to file an statement. b. Resolution regarding Investment website at www.town.oregon.wi.us. It is
mentary School in the Village of Oregon, ed that the VSC meeting for March 15th objection, except that upon a showing of 8. No person may appear before the of District Funds possible that members of and possibly
Dane County, Wisconsin. Upon roll call, has been cancelled and the next meeting good cause and the submission of a writ- board of review, testify to the board by c. Resolution - Depositories a quorum of members of other govern-
the following board members were pres- will be held on April 19th at 7:30 PM. Mr. ten objection, the board shall waive that telephone, or contest the amount of any 2. Appointment of Representatives: mental bodies of the town may be in at-
ent: Ms. Barbara Feeney, Mr. Charles Up- Krause asked that the Environmental requirement during the first 2 hours of assessment unless, at least 48 hours a. CESA #2 Delegate tendance at any of the meetings to gather
hoff, Ms. Gwen Maitzen, Mr. Jeff Ramin, Task Force Report be placed on the next the boards first scheduled meeting, and before the first meeting of the board, or b. Village Park Board information; however, no action will be
Krista Flanagan and Mr. Steve Zach. The Vision Steering Committee agenda. the board may waive that requirement up at least 48 hours before the objection is c. WASB Delegate taken by any governmental body at said
following board members were absent: A. INFORMATION ITEMS: to the end of the 5th day of the session heard if the objection is allowed under 3. Approval of the Pupil Nondiscrim- meeting other than the governmental
Mr. Dan Krause. (Mr. Krause arrived at 1. 2017-2018 Capital Projects: Mr. or up to the end of the final day of the s.70.47 (3) (a), Wis. stats., that person ination Report body specifically referred to in the meet-
6:33 p.m.) Administrators present: Dr. Lanny Gleason updated Board members session if the session is less than 5 days provides to the clerk of the board of re- 4. 2017-2018 Staffing Plan ing notice. Requests from persons with
Brian Busler, Mr. Andy Weiland, Mrs. on the 2017-2018 Capital Maintenance with proof of extraordinary circumstanc- view notice as to whether the person will 5. Issuance of Teacher Contracts disabilities who need assistance to par-
Candace Weidensee, Mr. Dan Rikli, Mr. Projects that they will be working on. es for failure to meet the 48-hour notice ask for the removal of a member of the 6. Issuance of Licensed Non-Repre- ticipate in this meeting or hearing should
Chris Kluck, Mrs. Shannon Anderson, 2. OHS Math Curriculum Update: requirement and failure to appear before board of review and, if so, which mem- sented Contracts be made to the Clerks office at 835-3200
Dr. Leslie Bergstrom, Mr. Jon Tanner, Dr. Bergstrom gave a brief update on the the board of review during the first 2 ber, and provides a reasonable estimate 7. Issuance of Administrative Con- with 48 hours notice.
Ms. Jina Jonen, Mr. Jim Pliner, Mr. Jason OHS Math Curriculum. hours of the first scheduled meeting. of the length of time the hearing will take. tracts Posted: April 18, 2017
Zurawik, Ms. Dawn Goltz, Mr. Mike Carr, 3. Superintendents Report: Dr. Bu- 4. Objections to the amount or val- Notice is hereby given this 20th day 8. Contract 66.0301 Dane County Published: April 20, 2017
Ms. Stephanie Snyder-Knutson, and Ms. sler thanked the board members who uation of property shall first be made of April, 2017. New Teacher Project -2017-2018 WNAXLP
Jayne Wick. Student Representative Tes- attended the OHS construction tour last in writing and filed with the clerk of the Respectfully submitted, 9. Contract 66.0301 Girls Ice Hock-
sa Reilly was also present. week; The Youth Sports and Athletics board of review within the first 2 hours Peggy Haag, Clerk ey Coop Agreement 2017 - 2018 ***
Proof in the form of a certificate by Task Force will have their first meeting of the boards first scheduled meeting, Village of Oregon E. DISCUSSION ITEMS
the Oregon Observer of communications in April. The Population and Growth Task except that, upon evidence of extraor- Posted: April 21, 2017 1. Committee Reports:
and public notice given to the public and Force will have had two meetings prior dinary circumstances, the board may Published: April 20, 2017 a. Policy HEARING
the Oregon Observer and a certificate to Spring Break. Mr. Roffers will have waive that requirement up to the end of WNAXLP b. Vision Steering OREGON PLAN
of posting as required by Section 19.84 some data completed before summer. Dr. the 5th day of the session or up to the F. INFORMATION ITEMS
Wisconsin Statutes as to the holding of Busler was invited to attend Mark Getzs end of the final day of the session if the 1. Superintendents Report
this meeting was presented by Mr. Steve class with Viterbo. session is less than 5 days. The board G. CLOSING TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017
Ms. Maitzen moved and Mr. Ramin
A. CLOSING: may require objections to the amount 1. Future Agenda 6:30 P.M.
1. Future Agenda was discussed. or valuation of property to be submitted BOARD OF EDUCATION 2. Check Out
seconded the motion to proceed with the OREGON TOWN HALL
2. Check Out: Ms. Flanagan recog- on forms approved by the Department HELPING STUDENTS H. EXECUTIVE SESSION
meeting according to the agenda as post- nized the 5-6 and 7-8 Math Teams that of Revenue, and the board shall require 1. Personnel Matter 1138 UNION ROAD
ed. Motion passed 6-0. placed first in the District Math meet.
that any forms include stated valuations Consideration of Adjourning to OREGON, WI 53575
A. CONSENT CALENDAR: Both teams will move on to the State of the property in question. Persons who KNOWLEDGE, AND Closed Session on Item H1 as Provided NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN for a PUB-
Mr. Uphoff moved and Ms. Feeney meet. Mr. Ramin shared that Mock Trial own land and improvements to that land ATTITUDES NEEDED TO Under Wisconsin Statutes 19.85 (1) (c), LIC HEARING to be held on Tuesday,
seconded the motion to approve the fol- went to State competition and won three may object to the aggregate valuation of (f) & (g) April 25, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., before the
lowing items on the Consent Calendar. of four matches. Kim Gehrman won the that land and improvements to that land,
ACHIEVE THEIR INDIVIDUAL I. ADJOURNMENT Town of Oregon Plan Commission at the
1. Approve minutes of the February Best Lawyer award. Mr. Uphoff took but no person who owns land and im- POTENTIAL Go to: www.oregonsd.org/board Oregon Town Hall, 1138 Union Road, Or-
27, 2017 meeting; four students to the State Capitol last provements to that land may object only FROM OREGON SCHOOL meetings/agendas for the most updated egon, WI 53575.
2. Approve payments in the amount week; Ms. Maitzen reported she would be to the valuation of that land or only to the DISTRICT MISSION version agenda. 1. Land Division and Rezone Re-
of $1,085,865.95; at BKE this week to participate in Pioneer valuation of improvements to that land. Published: April 20, 2017 quest. Petition # Not Available. Parcel #
3. Treasurers Report - none; Days. No person may be allowed in any action STATEMENT WNAXLP 0509-284-9300-0 and 0509-284-9340-0;
4. Resignations/Retirements - none; A. BOARD COMMITTEE OF THE or proceedings to question the amount or DATE: MONDAY, APRIL 24, the property is located north and east of
5. Staffing Assignments - none; WHOLE: valuation of property unless the written *** 5664 Bellbrook Rd., Brooklyn, WI 53521.
6. Field Trip Requests: objection has been filed and that person
1. 2017-2018 Budget Guideline Over- TOWN OF OREGON The request is to change the certified
* WGI World Championships in Day- view: This item will be placed on the April in good faith presented evidence to the TIME: 6:30 PM survey map #11401 on 61 acres. Lot 1 &
ton, OH on April 5-8, 2017; 10th board meeting. board in support of the objections and PLACE: OSD INNOVATION PLAN COMMISSION 2 will be become Lots 1, 2 & 3. Lot 1 will
* WGI WOrld Championships in Day- B. ADJOURNMENT: made full disclosure before the board, CENTER AT OHS, 456 N. AGENDA be 42.76 acres, zoned A-1 Ex. Lot 2 will
ton, OH April 19-22, 2017; Mr. Krause moved and Mr. Ramin under oath, of all of that persons proper- be 11.0 acres, zoned RH-3, and Lot 3 will
* MWCGC Championship in LaPorte, PERRY PARKWAY TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017
seconded the motion to adjourn the ty liable to assessment in the district and be 7.5 acres, zoned RH-2. Owner is Blue
IN on March 31, - April 2, 2017; meeting. Motion passed by unani- the value of that property. The require- Order of Business 6:30 PM Vista LLC, 742 Foxfield Rd., Oregon, WI
7. Donations: mous voice vote. Meeting adjourned at ment that objections be in writing may be Call to Order OREGON TOWN HALL 53575. Applicant is Eric Grover, 742 Fox-
* Treadmill donated by Anne Stone 8:07 p.m. waived by express action of the board. Roll Call field Rd., Oregon, WI 53575.
to OMS; 1138 UNION ROAD,
Krista Flanagan, Clerk 5. When appearing before the board Proof of Notice of Meeting and Ap- An effort has been made to notify
* $300 from Brooke Paneitz for BKE Oregon School District of review, the objecting person shall proval of Agenda OREGON, WI 53575 neighbors of this proposed change. To
Green and Healthy Schools; Published: April 20, 2017 specify in writing the persons estimate AGENDA 1. Open Public Hearing: ensure that everyone has been notified,
* Box Tops for Education in the WNAXLP of the value of the land and of the im- 1. REORGANIZATION a. Land Division and Rezone Re- please share this notice with anyone who
amount of $10,000 - OMS on behalf of provements that are the subject of the a. Board Members Oath of Office quest. Petition # Not Available. Parcel # you think would be interested.
Alicia Fisher; *** persons objection and specify the infor- b. Election of Officers 0509-284-9300-0 and 0509-284-9340-0; Note: Agendas are subject to
* Oregon Sno Blazers in the amount mation that the person used to arrive at 1. President the property is located north and east of amendment after publication. Check the
of $200 for Oregon Splash Pad; NOTICE OF THE that estimate. 2. Vice President 5664 Bellbrook Rd., Brooklyn, WI 53521. official posting locations (Town Hall,
Motion passed 7-0. BOARD OF REVIEW 6. No person may appear before the 3. Treasurer The request is to change the certified Town of Oregon Recycling Center and
A. COMMUNICATION FROM PUB- FOR THE VILLAGE OF board of review, testify to the board by 4. Clerk survey map #11401 on 61 acres. Lot 1 & Oregon Village Hall) including the Town
LIC: telephone, or object to a valuation if that A. CONSENT CALENDAR 2 will be become Lots 1, 2 & 3. Lot 1 will website at www.town.oregon.wi.us. It is
None. OREGON valuation was made by the assessor or NOTE: Items under the Consent Cal- be 42.76 acres, zoned A-1 Ex. Lot 2 will possible that members of and possibly
B. INFORMATION ITEMS Notice is hereby given that the
the objector using the income method of endar are considered routine and will be be 11.0 acres, zoned RH-3, and Lot 3 will a quorum of members of other govern-
1. OEA Report - none; Board of Review for the Village of Ore-
valuation, unless the person supplies the enacted under one motion. There will be be 7.5 acres, zoned RH-2. Owner is Blue mental bodies of the town may be in at-
2. Student Report: Ms. Reilly stated gon, Dane County, Wisconsin, shall hold
assessor with all the information about no separate discussion of these items Vista LLC, 742 Foxfield Rd., Oregon, WI
its first meeting on May 22, 2017, from tendance at any of the meetings to gather
that she had met with Mr. Ramin (Chair income and expenses, as specified in the prior to the time the Board votes unless 53575. Applicant is Eric Grover, 742 Fox- information; however, no action will be
of the Vision Steering Committee) to talk 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at the Oregon Vil-
assessors manual under s. 73.03 (2a), a Board Member requests an item be field Rd., Oregon, WI 53575. taken by any governmental body at said
through her ideas about potential chang- lage Hall Boardroom. removed from the calendar for separate 2. Close Public Hearing.
Please be advised of the following Wis. stats., that the assessor requests. meeting other than the governmental
es to the school day. Ms. Reilly is also The Village of Oregon has an ordinance action. 3. Call Plan Commission meeting to body specifically referred to in the meet-
requirements to appear before the board
working with the Senior Class on Lets for the confidentiality of information 1. Minutes of Previous Meeting order. ing notice. Requests from persons with
make a difference April 17 thru April 21st. of review and procedural requirements if
about income and expenses that is pro- 2. Approval of Payments 4. Discussion and possible Recom- disabilities who need assistance to par-
3. Association of School Adminis- appearing before the board: 3. Treasurers Report, if any mendation to the Town Board:
vided to the assessor under this para- ticipate in this meeting or hearing should
trators Conference Update: Dr. Busler 1. No person will be allowed to ap-
graph that provides exceptions for per- 4. Staff Resignations/Retirements, a. Land Division and Rezone Re- be made to the Clerks office at 835-3200
shared his top 10 takeaways from the re- pear before the board of review, to testify if any quest. Petition # Not Available; Parcel
sons using information in the discharge with 48 hours notice.
cent AASA Conference he attended. to the board by telephone, or to contest
of duties imposed by law or the duties of 5. Staff Assignments, if any #0509-284-9300-0 and 0509-284-9340-0. Denise R. Arnold
the amount of any assessment of real
or personal property if the person has their officer or by order of a court.* The 6. Field Trip Requests, if any 5. Approval of minutes from the last Clerk
1. Extension of Superintendents information that is provided under this 7. Acceptance of Donations, if any: meeting. Posted: April 11, 2017
Contract and Report on Evaluation: Mr. refused a reasonable written request by B. COMMUNICATION FROM PUBLIC 6. Public Comments.
certified mail of the assessor to view the paragraph, unless a court determined Published: April 20, 2017
Krause moved and Ms. Maitzen second- that it is inaccurate, is not subject to the 1. Public: Board Policy 180.04 has 7. Discussion and possible Action WNAXLP
ed the motion to approve Dr. Buslers re- property. established an opportunity for the pub- re: Review of the Town Comprehensive
2. After the first meeting of the board right of inspection and copying under s.
cent evaluation report and to extend his 19.35 (1), Wis. stats. lic to address the Board. In the event Plan.
of review and before the boards final ad- ***

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Variety of sizes available now.
misc. etc. Something for everyone. 10x10=$60/month talents to make a difference in the lives of seniors and
EVANSVILLE 18544 W Croft Rd. 4/21- 10x15=$70/month
their families, Oregon Manor is the place for you. We
4/22 8am-4pm. Camper, camping ,
fishing poles, tackle, hunting, boat gas 10x25=$90/month are a 45 bed skilled nursing facility.
tank, playpen, high chair, tools, wolf stuff, 12x30=$115/month
DVD's, clothes Call 608-424-6530 or GET OUTTA THE We are looking for a Part-Time Activity Associate
FITCHBURG - 5705 Lacy Rd. (Memo- to help with activities in the evenings/weekends.
rial UCC) Friday-Saturday 4/28-4/29,
7am-2pm. Huge Church Garage Sale!
NORTH PARK STORAGE Potential candidates with experience in long term
10x10 through 10x40, plus
OREGON- 310 Sterling Dr. 4/20 12-6. 14x40 with 14' door for care or with a CNA license or RA certificates are
4/21 8-5, 4/22 8-12. 30+ years of many
treasured items out of basement and
RV & Boats.
Come & go as you please.
preferred. Please fill out an application online at
attic. Priced to sell. 608-873-5088 www.oregonmanor.biz.
04/22 FROM 8-4, 04/23 FROM 8-12. OREGON SELF-STORAGE adno=517115-01

TODDLER BOYS CLOTHES, TOYS, 10x10 through 10x25


MENS/WOMENS CLOTHES, HOUSE- month to month lease
Call Karen Everson at
608-835-7031 or Jump behind the wheel COMPLETE CLOSE-OUT AUCTION
OREGON- 4820 County Rd A. April-21-
22 8am-5pm. Like new TREK bicycles,
Veronica Matt at 608-291-0316
and get your wheels going somewhere Grandmas Addict & Antique Addict Unlimited
baby cribs, toys, household items, home
decor, pictures, celebration center-piec-
STORAGE Dont sit back and spin your wheels aimlessly. Drive SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 2017 @ 10:00 AM
es, end tables, textiles, air compressor 6x10 thru 10x25
Market Street/Burr Oak Street
your truck, your career and your life forward with 72 Easy Street Benton, WI 53803
OREGON- 667 Stonebriar Lane 4/20 in Oregon purpose as a respected member of the Schneider team. Erika Hefel: 815-281-2193 or Powers Auction Service: 608-439-5761
4-6pm, 4/21 8am-6pm. 4/22 8am- Call 608-520-0240
12pm. 3 Quilters Garage Sale. Quality NOTE: Erika Hefel, owner of Grandma s Addict & Antique Addict Unlimited Galena, IL, has decided to
fabric in FQS yardage. KITS! Quilting close her doors after years in the antique. There are over 1,000 collectible, rare, and fine antiques to be
books pattern and gadgets. 2 tutto UNION ROAD STORAGE sold at auction. This collection of antiques is an antique enthusiasts candy-store!
cases (cheap), antiques, Longaberger 10x10 - 10x15
Baskets (cheap). Men and women's
clothing. 24 / 7 Access Get traction in your career TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash, Check, or Credit Card (4% Credit Card Convenience Fee.) A Photo I.D is required to
register. All Sales are Final. Everything is Sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS W/ No Warranties or Guarantees of Kind Implied or
Security Lights & Cameras
OREGON- FAHEY HEIGHTS NEIGH- Credit Cards Accepted schneiderjobs.com 800-44-PRIDE Expressed. 10% Buyers Premium Day of Auction. 5.5% WI Sales Tax Applies. Announcements made the day of sale

supersede any printed material. Powers Auction Service is not responsible for lost/stolen items once sold.
BORHOOD GARAGE SALES! 4/21-23. 608-835-0082 adno=517725-01
NEIGHBORHOOD LOCATED BETWEEN Oregon, WI 2445 E HWY 11 South Wayne, WI 53587
OREGON AND BROOKLYN OFF HWY Located on the corner of
MM. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! Union Road & Lincoln Road 608-439-5761 OR spowers3764@yahoo.com
STOUGHTON- 3166 County RD A 4/21
801 Office Space For Rent
2-6, 4/22 7-1. Listed on Craigs list
FOR RENT - 2 spaces next to each
Engineering Industries, Inc.
688 Sporting Goods
& Recreational
other, 800 sq. ft. office with 1296 sq. ft. Making Plastic Parts Since 1963
warehouse. Can be combined for one
space or can be rented separately. Call 100% Employee Owned
14' MIRROCRAFT 35 Evinrude. Runs
good with trailer, $1200 Tandem Bike 608-576-0192 for more information or to
schedule a showing. If you are a responsible individual who is attentive to SHOP TOOLS & HOUSEHOLD
new tires, $150. 608-290-6477
detail and likes to work in a clean, climate controlled TOM & PENNY SCHMIDT
WE BUY Junk Cars and Trucks. In Oregon facing 15th hole facility, we may have a position for you. We are
We sell used parts. on golfcourse
Free Wi-Fi, Parking and currently hiring: BROOKLYN, WI 53521
Monday thru Friday 8am-5:30pm.
Security System SATURDAY APRIL 22ND, 10:00 AM
Newville Auto Salvage, 279 Hwy 59
Edgerton, 608-884-3114 Conference rooms available
Plastic Injection Press Operators DIRECTIONS: West of Brooklyn Union Bank & Trust & Brooklyn
Post Office 3 blocks on WI-92 (Main St.) to 2nd St., North. Watch
705 Rentals Autumn Woods Prof. Centre Our starting rate is $12.15 per hour on days and
Marty 608-835-3628 for George Auction Service signs. LUNCH: Primetime Towne Fryer.
BROOKLYN DUPLEX 3 Bedroom, 1 $12.90 per hour on nights. YARD EQUIPMENT: Husqvarna YTH 180 42" Riding Mower; Toro
bath, attached 1 car garage. Appliances
plus washer/dryer, full basement, C/A,
883 Wanted: Residential We offer excellent benefits including Health & Dental Power Max 826LE Electric Start Snow Blower; Ryobi 4cycle Weed
big back yard. $1000/month plus $1000 Property Eater; Worx Electric Blower; Roto-Tiller; 10hp Generator. GUNS:
security deposit. No pets. No Smoking Insurance after 60 days.
WE BUY Homes any condition. Close Belgium Browning 30-06 Automatic w/Leopold Scope; Belgium
608-669-2460 quickly. Joe 608-618-1521 jssrealestate@ Our production hours are: Browning 16ga Auto. SHOP TOOLS: Jet 10" Table Saw; (3)
GREENWOOD APARTMENTS tds.net Paslode Impulse Cordless Framing Nailers; Bostitch & Rigid Framing
Apartments for Seniors 55+, currently Days: 7:50am to 5:50pm
935 Farm: Land For Rent Nailers; Coil Nailers; DeWalt 18v Drill & Angle Drill; Milwaukee 28v
has 1 & 2 bedroom units available Nights: 5:45pm to 3:45am Hammer Drill; Makita 6" Circular Saw; Makita " Impact Wrench;
starting at $795 per month, includes FARM LAND LOW COST. 9+ acres.
heat, water, and sewer. Town of Verona. 608-206-5947 Four Day Work Week - (Monday - Thursday) Bosch, DeWalt & Makita Hammer Drills; Pneumatic Impact Wrenches;
608-835-6717 Located at: Milwaukee " Angle Drill; DeWalt Portable Air Compressor; Ryobi
139 Wolf St., Oregon, WI 53575 970 Horses Please stop at our corporate office to complete an Band Saw; DeWalt Grinder w/Diamond Blade; 40 Fiberglass Ext.
MADISON- RENOVATED 2/BEDROOM, WALMERS TACK SHOP application. Ladder; DeWalt " Planer; Makita Palm Sander; CST Berger Sight
1/BATH. HARDWOOD FLOORS. A/C. 16379 W. Milbrandt Road Level & Alum. Tripod w/Laser Mark Detectors; Skil Router & Sander;
NEAR WALKING AND BIKE PATH. Evansville, WI 407 S. Nine Mound Rd., Verona, WI 53593 Battery Chargers; Hand Staplers; HD Bench Grinder; 220volt & 50'
FEW BLOCKS OFF LAKE. $875 HEAT 608-882-5725
INCLUDED. AND PARKING. 608-709- Equal Opportunity Employer Ext. Cord & Box; 38" & " Drive Air Impact Socket Set; Rubbermaid
9177 OR 608-332-6013 adno=517394-01 Tool Boxes; Remington Powder Activated Tool; Drive Socket
OREGON 2-Bedroom in quiet, well-kept Set; Craftsman Router Table; Air Control Unit; Tap & Die Set; Stud
building. Convenient location. Includes all Finders; C & Grip Clamps; Air Hose Reel (New); Ladder, Pump
appliances, A/C, blinds, private parking,
laundry, storage. $200 security deposit.
Cats OK. $690/month. 608-219-6677
PM HOUSEKEEPER & Roof Jacks; Bolt Cutters; Large Qty. of Wrenches & Hand Tools;
Estwing Hammers; HD Pipe Wrenches; Tool Belts; Paslode Gun
Nails; Pot Nails & Fasteners; Lumber; New Tarps. ICE FISHING &
STOUGHTON 1616 Kenilworth Ct. $11.75-15.50/hour RELATED: 9.9hp Mercury 4-Stroke Outboard; Jiffy 3500 Ice Auger
Large 2-BR apts available now. (New); Frabill Hideout 3 Man Ice Shanty; Fishing Lures (some older);
Pets welcome. Many feature new wood Including an excellent benefit package!
laminate flooring. Fish Lo-K-Tor; Fish Poles & Nets; Electric Knives. HOUSEHOLD &
$775-$825/mo. 608-831-4035. 40 hours a week, 2:00pm-10:30pm COLLECTIBLES: (2) 8pt. Buck Head Mounts; Walleye Mount; Body
www.madtownrentals.com Gear by Hoist 100 Workout Machine; Hand Roto-Tiller; Wildlife
Monday-Friday Prints; 12 place Pine Gun Cabinet; (2) Pine Dressers; Pine Table
of two-flat, near downtown, River Bluff w/8 Chairs & Leaves; Reclining Love Seat (Elec.); Sofa; Gas Grill;
24 hours a week, 4:30pm-9:30pm

School. Newly renovated. Central air. Copper Boiler; Quilts; Soft Goods; Wicker Rockers; Bird Bath; Yard
adno=517870 0

W/D, water included. No pets, no smok- Monday-Friday Decorations; Wagon Wheels; Crocks; Coffee Table/Desk; Futon;
ing $900/month +security deposit. 608-
225-9033. and Every Other Weekend, Chest Freezer; Picnic Table; Golf Clubs/Bags; Yard Tools.
REG. WI AUCTIONEERS: Dean George #486 (cell 608-751-
720 Apartments 12:30pm-8:30pm 5703), Kale George #2811 & Riley Kahl #736, 11211 North Union
ROSEWOOD APARTMENTS for Seniors Road, Evansville, WI 53536 (608) 882-6123.
55+. 1 & 2 bedroom units available Apply online at www.atticangel.org TERMS: 5% Buyers Fee. Check or Cash. 4% courtesy charge for
starting at $795 per month. Includes
heat, water and sewer. Professionally purchases using credit card. All sales final. All announcements made
managed. Located at day of sale take precedence over printed material. Not responsible
300 Silverado Drive, Stoughton, WI for accidents or losses.
53589 608-877-9388
Be part of the MAGIC! For complete listing and photos log onto
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Attic Angel retirement community respects our housekeeping staff for the
changed because of holiday work sched- relationships they build with our residents while using their housekeeping knowledge
ules. Call now to place your ad, 873-6671
or 835-6677. and cleaning skills to ensure our residents living areas are clean and sanitary.
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April Hours:
Directions from Stoughton:
Take 138 toward Oregon. Go past Eugsters
Farm Market, one mile and turn right on
Sunrise Rd. Go one more mile then turn left

on Town Line Rd. Continue on to Sand Hill Rd.

Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

(approximately one mile) and turn right.
Directions from Fitchburg:
Take Fish Hatchery Road south to Netherwood .
Road. Turn left and go through Oregon past

Walgreens to a left on Sand Hill Road.
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Saturday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.


Sunday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

right and go to Netherwood Road. Turn left
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