Monthly Archives: June 2015

Construction Update June 12

Highway 22 street construction in Oconto Falls:
Paving started today on the west half of Chestnut Avenue, beginning at the the East Highland Drive intersection. Paving was scheduled to continue past Monroe Street, and the pavement will take about a week to cure so the street will be closed. However, the Jackson Street intersection will be open.

Sidewalk work was scheduled to start on Friday on Chestnut Avenue, but contractors don’t plan to place top soil, seed or mulch yet.

Crews will continue their work on storm sewer, grading and graveling of Chestnut Avenue to South Main Street.

4th Annual Joint Golf Outing

Monday, July 27, 2015

38700519_sOconto Legion Golf Course
532 Jefferson St
Oconto

“Rain or Shine”

Proceeds benefit both
Oconto Falls Area and Oconto Area
Chamber of Commerce
in their joint marketing activities

Special Events and Refreshments on the Course

Hole in 1 Contest
2015 Chevrolet
1st 9 Holes – Sponsored by Koehne Chevrolet Buick GMC
2nd 9 Holes – Sponsored by Packerland Websites, Abrams

10:00 a.m.
Mandatory Registration 18 holes
11:00 a.m.
Shotgun Start/Scramble Format (18 Holes)
1:00 p.m.
Mandatory Registration 9 holes
2:00 p.m.
Shotgun Start/Scramble Format (9 Holes)
5:30 p.m.
Cash Bar, Dinner
Golf & Event Prizes Awarded
Raffles

 

CLICK HERE for golf forms and signups!

Construction Update May 29

Highlights from today’s Highway 22 information meeting: Grading from the railroad tracks to the Highland Drive intersection is scheduled to be completed today. Grading will continue on Highway 22 from Mercier’s Fast Stop to Adams Street the week of June 1.
When summer vacation begins the week of June 8, construction will extend past Washington Middle School to South Main Street.

The detour is still in effect. Use side streets to get to your destinations in the construction area.

NEW program that Oconto Falls Municipal Utilities

There is a NEW program that Oconto Falls Municipal Utilities is offering to its small business customers.  The program is offering to match Focus on Energy incentives, up to 60% of the electrical energy efficiency project cost for qualifying equipment.  It is a great opportunity for those small business’ that have a tough time covering the full cost of doing a project that will save them energy and costs for years into the future.

Click here for the brochure.

For more information please contact:
Lisa Miotke
Energy Services Representative
Serving Menasha, New London, and Oconto Falls Municipal Utilities

608-825-1760
920-254-8931 (cell)
608-837-0274 (FAX)

Packers have made it official

The Packers have made it official. Family Night will be Saturday, August 8th at 5:30PM. Packer practice, fireworks and jersey giveaways. Tickets are $10 and we get to keep $4 for every ticket we sell. Tickets to the general public will not go on sale until June 22nd. I will take orders until June 17th. There is not a limit to the number of tickets you can order through me. This is a great fundraiser for our Athletic Department! Make check out to “OFHS” and send to me at the High School. Please feel free to pass this info on to other community members!

For more information contact:

Jerry Moynihan
Athletic Director
Oconto Falls High School
210 N. Farm Road
Oconto Falls, Wisconsin, 54154
(920) 848-4467
(920) 848-4444 (fax)
jermoyni@ocontofalls.k12.wi.us

Community Safety Fair

A Community Safety Fair will take place on Saturday, June 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in Oconto Falls, in conjunction with Safe Kids Oconto County.

This is a fun and free event for the whole family. Demonstrations, displays and events will include: Eagle III Helicopter, Jaws of Life, Fire Trucks, Dexter the K-9 Dog, Self Defense Demo, Medication Drop-Off, Blood Pressure Checks, Free Bike Helmets & Fitting, Bike Safety Checks, a Bike Giveaway and more.

The Community Safety Fair will take place outdoors by the ambulance garage at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital. Event sponsors include ST Paper Company in Oconto Falls, Tyco Fire Protection Products in Marinette, City of Oconto Falls and Procter and Gamble.

Click here for more details