The Hwy 22 project is beginning this week. Attached are two maps for your use. One map is of the City of Oconto Falls (make copies and hand out for detour info) and the second map is a color coded map of the construction zones. The projected estimated closures are as follows.
Stage 1 – Substage 1A (Pink) – Starting next week with completion in about 3 weeks.
Stage 1 – Substage 1B (Red) – Next week through August 3
Stage 1 – Substage 1C (Green) – When school is complete(June 4th?) through August 3
Stage 2 – Substage 2A (Gray) – August 3 through October 31
Stage 2 – Substage 2B (Blue) – This section will not be closed. Switch lane traffic during constuction.
During construction, there will be project managers available at the field trailer to answer questions. Trailer location to be announced. There will also be a meeting held every two weeks at City Hall starting Friday May 1st.
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Oconto Falls High School held their 2015 Junior Prom entitled “A Night To Remember” on Saturday, April 18. The Commons Area was filled with beautiful white lights, tulle, columns, an archway, and a 7 foot chandelier to make the evening complete. Special thanks to the Junior Prom Committee, the Class Officers – Andrea Shamburek, Victoria Bain-Vrba, Brittany Wirtz, and Chloe Hetzel, the Prom Court, Class Advisors, and parents for making the evening special.
Row 1: King Nathan Brauer and Queen Jaclyn Erickson
Row 2: Jacob Dorn and Brianna Vickman; Jennifer Deau & Samuel Fletcher
Row 3: Matt Judd & Aubrie Rochon; Ally Magnin and Travis Rybka
Row 4: Tristen Brown and Cassey Naliborski; Abby Parins and Ben Stoinski
Row 5: Chris Metzler and Taylor Jaeger
The Oconto Falls Friends of the Arts are proud to present DORF KAPELLE Dinner & Show as their sixth performance in this year’s Fine Arts Series.
The performance will be held on Friday, April 24 at Romy’s Holiday Inn-Kelly Lake.
Dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. and include Romy’s famous chicken, tips, and fish!
Back by popular demand, director Ernie Broeniman and Dorf Kapelle bring the finest authentic folk music of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the Czech Republic right to Northeast Wisconsin! Capturing the traditional ethnic style of the typical European Village Band, Dorf Kapelle continues to delight audiences throughout Wisconsin. Don’t miss this entertaining evening of great waltzes, polkas, and marches! The evening will also include several bucket raffle items and a 50/50 raffle. Seating is limited.
Tickets are $45 per person (includes processing fee). For tickets, call the Oconto Falls Friends of the Arts at (920) 848-7469 or order online at www.ocontofallsfriendsofthearts.com
The new chapel at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital is now officially open to hospital patients, visitors, physicians and colleagues following a blessing ceremony and Mass on Monday, March 30.
Located on the first floor of the hospital near the main entrance, the chapel is essential to carrying out the faith-filled mission of the hospital and provides a special place of prayer, reflection, solace and thanksgiving to all. Our chapel is a treasured gift and we are pleased to share it with all, 24/7.
Beginning April 22, 2015, Mass will be held in the chapel on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Joel Sember will be the celebrant and each Mass will be open to the community.
On Monday, The Most Reverend David L. Ricken, DD, JCL, Bishop of Green Bay blessed the chapel, altar, tabernacle, liturgical vessels and liturgical vestments. More than 80 people attended the blessing and Mass including Hospital Sisters from Springfield, Ill., Green Bay and Chicago, executive leaders from Hospital Sisters Health System and Hospital Sisters
Health System-Eastern Wisconsin Division, as well as colleagues, donors, auxiliary members, volunteers, physicians, board members and members of the Oconto Falls community.
The chapel at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital was made possible with more than $55,000 in donations from individuals, businesses, community members and the HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. The altar, ambo, tabernacle stand and credence table were designed and crafted by area resident, Glen Ziemer.