Winter 2015 Newsletter
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|Two lovely ladies enjoying the Toy Show|
|There is more to this show than you think!|
|Children are fascinated by the train sets.|
|Grown-ups like the trains, too!|
|Just look at that sweet little face!|
Second place raffle prize is a Massey pedal tractor from Bob Frank. Thank you Harvey and Bob for being prompt in getting the raffle prizes for this year.
- Work on the Hefty tractor continues. A governor and generator have been installed. The next job will be placing a gas tank.
- The wood corn planter has been repaired and cleaned up. It will be ready for display in the feature building when the seat is painted.
- Parts for one of the lathes, donated by Kirsh Foundry, have been cleaned and are ready for storage until a display can be completed in the Engine Building.
Stop in on a Wednesday and join our work group!
A PLEA FROM MR. RICHARDSON:
1939 Farmall H FBH 9949. Make an offer. Marilyn Blank (920)420-7623
1940 Farmall H with saw rig 52531. Make an offer. Marilyn Blank (920)420-7623
1991 Chevy Truck-1500 - Pick-up/Ext Cab, C1/2 ton/4 wheel drive. Make an offer. Marilyn Blank (920)420-7623
1 cup white sugar 1 tsp. baking soda
1/2 cup brown sugar 1 tsp. salt
2 eggs 12 oz. pkg. butterscotch chips
1 tsp. vanilla
Published in the DCAPC Cook Book available in the Schoolhouse each year at the Show for just $3 or call Michelle to get your copy!
W6378 State Road 26 or email to
Juneau, WI 53039 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pending approval from the Board to obtain a building permit, the Barn Committee has moved forward by discussing and making a decision as to the location and direction the barn should face for best advantage on the Show Grounds. Stakes have been placed and excavation will commence as soon as the permit has been approved and weather allows.
Mike Westimayer, a local resident, has donated a barn floor for our project, as the floor from the barn itself was not salvageable. Several other residents have expressed interest in making similar donations necessary to the project.
The Committee has received several bids for cement work; however, due to poor weather on Feb 1st, the vote to approve the contractor has been delayed.
Full-color pamphlets have been created explaining the project, as well as providing a donation form, and information on how to make a contribution. In the next few weeks, we will be contacting local newspapers in order to introduce and promote our project to Dodge County and the surrounding areas.
|Harlow Stork Invites you to join him for outdoor events throughout the year!|
- Board Meeting March 8th @ Club Grounds 1:00 pm
- Board Meeting April 12th @ Club Grounds 1:00 pm
- Pot Luck Picnic May 17th @ Club Grounds 1:00 pm with Board Meeting afterward
- May 8-10 Horicon living History Days
- May 16th Ponderosa ride
- June 7th Juneau Fly-in
- June 28th Dodge County June Dairy Brunch
- Still looking for a wooden silo in salvageable condition
- Still accepting batteries and scrap iron donations
- Need volunteers interested in developing displays of our many historical farm and factory items. Please contact Jim Richardson at 920-319-1773.
- Wagon running gears to be used for mounting signs for the show.