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Sue Lohmeier with the priceless trunk that predates the founding of our country. The trunk is just one of many fascinating artifacts at the museum currently being sponsored by the Woodville Historical Society. Photo by Kaye Bird
Sue Lohmeier with the priceless trunk that predates the founding of our country. The trunk is just one of many fascinating artifacts at the museum currently being sponsored by the Woodville Historical Society. Photo by Kaye Bird
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 2:01 AM

WOODVILLE, WI – What was once “Lena and Ole’s” and then “Lena’s Gifts” has become a treasure trove for the history of Woodville.

  • Woodville Historical Society has found a home

    WOODVILLE, WI – What was once “Lena and Ole’s” and then “Lena’s Gifts” has become a treasure trove for the history of Woodville.

     
  • Woodville Lions Club installs two new members and slate of new officers

    WOODVILLE, WI –The Woodville Lions Club held their June meeting on Monday, June 8, 2015 at Post 301, home of the Woodville American Legion. The June meeting is always a busy session that is well attended by the Lions and their spouses since it is the annual Officer and New Member Installation meeting.

     
  • Woodville American Legion awards two scholarships

    WOODVILLE, WI – Two young men were recently designated as recipients of the American Legion Post 301 Scholarship. They are Michigan Trunkel and Nick Weninger, both recent graduates of Baldwin-Woodville High School.

     
  • Successful Gum Ball Drop raises money for ‘Make Greenfield Grand’ playground project

    BALDWIN, WI – The Gum Ball Drop held at Greenfield Elementary last Wednesday, June 10, 2015, was just the latest in a series of successful fundraisers—all profits going to the “Let’s Make Greenfield Grand” playground project.

     
  • Queen's Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Velkommen! Last weekend, on June 13, 2015, Ciara and I had the opportunity to travel to St. Croix Falls and attend their Queen’s Tea and parade.

     
  • Crash damages overpass on I-94

    WOODVILLE, WI - At 1:59 am on Monday June 15, 2015 a crash occurred on I-94 EB at CTH BB overpass near mile marker 23 in St. Croix County near Woodville.

     
  • Woodville High School Class of 1941 holds reunion

    WOODVILLE, WI – Three members of the Woodville High School class of 1941 held their class reunion at Woodville’s 64th Annual Syttende Mai Celebration on Saturday May, 16, 2015.

     
  • Queen's Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Greetings Woodville! Last weekend, June 6 and 7, 2015, was the first time that we had two parades in the same weekend—Baldwin’s June Bug Days and Durand’s Funfest. Boy, Ciara and I were exhausted from all the fun we had at these town celebrations.

     
  • Marvin Johnson celebrates 102 years

    WOODVILLE, WI – Marvin Johnson had a full birthday schedule last Friday, Saturday and Sunday, which suited him just fine. When you celebrate your 102 years, you can be a bit of a party animal.

     
  • Woodville American Legion fundraising ‘pays off’

    WOODVILLE, WI – It’s been a couple of busy months for the Woodville American Legion Post 301, and their fundraising efforts are paying off in a number of ways for individuals and groups alike.

     
  • OEM recognized for Workplace Success

    MADISON, WI - OEM President Mark Tyler accepted Wisconsin’s Workplace Success award at a ceremony at the State Capitol on May 14, 2015.  Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Tony Evers and Scott Frein, ACT Assistant Vice President, Policy, Advocacy, and Government Relations, presented the award.  Wisconsin is one of 30 states participating in ACT’s College and Career Readiness Campaign to raise awareness of college and career readiness. 

     
  • Park View Home becomes certified in Music & Memory Program

    WOODVILLE, WI - Park View Home was chosen to participate in the Wisconsin Music & Memory Program. 

     
  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Hello Woodville! Last weekend, May 30 and 31, 2015, we attended Roberts Good Neighbor Days, which was the first town celebration to start out our reign as Princess and Queen.

     
  • Support Scouts, enjoy dinner at June Bug Days Car Show

    BALDWIN, WI -- While at the June Bug Days Car Show in Baldwin this Friday evening, June 5, 2015, stop by the Baldwin-Woodville Boy Scout Troop 110 food stand and enjoy a freshly grilled brat. The boys will be selling brat and hot dog baskets with chips, a cookie and a drink for only $5 to raise money for meals at summer camp. The stand will be open from 4:30 to 8:00 in Bailey Park.

     
  • Summer Woodville Library News

    WOODVILLE, WI - The Children’s Area at the library has been undergoing a transformation.  The picture books can now be located in 10 color coded categories like animals, transportation, nature and concepts. 

     
  • Baldwin-Woodville High School graduates 112 in Class of 2015

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville School District proudly graduated 112 members of the Class of 2015 last Friday evening, May 22, 2015 in a lovely Commencement Ceremony.

     
  • Woodville American Legion conducts Memorial Day services

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville community turned out in good numbers despite the rainy weather to remember those who have given their all for their country.

     
  • ‘Lexsi Tree’ planted at Zion Lutheran by third grade Sunday school classes

    WOODVILLE, WI – It was a little brisk on Mother’s Day, Sunday May 10, 2015—a perfect cool morning for planting a tree, a special tree, the “Lexsi Tree.”

     
  • Elmwood Crain-Ottman American Legion Post 207 Memorial Day schedule
    Submitted by Post 207 Adjutant Marilyn Galoff

    ELMWOOD, WI - The Crain-Ottman American Legion Post 207 and Auxiliary Unit 207 will be holding their Memorial Day program on Monday, May 25, 2015, at the Veteran’s Memorial Park, Elmwood. This year the speaker will be Walter Carston, Vice-Commander of Post 207.  Vice-Commander Carston served in the Marines during the Lebanon/Grenada era. There he flew F-4s and F-18s. He was also an Advance Flight Instructor during this time.

     
  • Woodville’s 64th Syttende Mai generates great times, fun memories

    WOODVILLE, WI – In spite of a rainy start for Woodville’s 64th Annual Syttende Mai Celebration last Thursday, May 14, 2015, Friday and Saturday were just grand for all of the many fun activities. The food was great again as was the music in the big tent and the Grande Parade was fantastic!

     
 

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