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Oct. 18-21 Hiawatha Parks and Recreation offering family friendly Monster Maze from 5-7 p.m. each night at the Fisher Center gym. There is a small cost, contact Stacy at 742-7176 or go to the department’s Facebook. Mon. Oct. 18. Toddler Storytime with Traci at 10:30 a.m. every Monday at the...
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The Brown County Democrats will meet at 10:15 am at lower meeting room in the Morrill Free Public Library, 431 Oregon St., Hiawatha. Masks are welcome and social distancing will be observed. Hiawatha Chamber and Visitors Bureau and Brown County Historical Society presents Historic Walking Tours from 2-4 p.m. downtown...
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Hiawatha High School Homecoming festivities: Parade downtown at 2 p.m., coronation at 6:30 p.m., prior to Friday night’s football game at 7 o’clock, dance to follow game. City of Hiawatha Clean-Up Day 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the City Public Works property at 912 Hiawatha. Proof of residency required — Hamilton Recycling not available.
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The Wolf River Quail Forever chapter is sponsoring a Youth Fishing Derby from 9-11:30 a.m. at the Hiawatha City Lake, with lunch and prizes included. The derby is for youth up to age 15 years old. Adults are welcome to join if they have a valid fishing license. >...
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Violet A. Oleson

Jan. 11, 1921 - Sept. 15, 2021. Violet A. Oleson, age 100 and 8 months as she would tell you, of Oconomowoc, passed away at AngelsGrace Hospice after a brief mishap. Violet Augusta Oleson was born on January 11, 1921, in Clark County, to Paul and Theresa Klauer, and was raised into a farm family. When she was 18, she told her mom she wanted to move to Waukesha for better job opportunities. At this time, she met George Oleson and was united in marriage on August 24, 1939, and they decided to move to the Neillsville area to farm. Through her married life she began doing farm chores of milking cows. As her family grew, she was a homemaker staying at home, taking care of children, sewing their clothes, gardening and canning to provide for her family during depression times. In the early ‘50s they moved to Sullivan and Dousman area, where she has lived in her home for 65 years.
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