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Verona Area School District


Library hits
$100K goal
MCF matching grant Library director Stacey
Burkart said the library is
adds $50K still working on specific
plans to use the money for
HELU WANG educational programs, but
Unified Newspaper Group it will not go to daily oper-
ations.
It took 17 months, but Its good timing for the
the Verona Public Library money to come because
met its $100,000 endow- lots of traveling programs
ment goal in April. we got from the federal
And that meant the next grants are in jeopardy right
$50,000 came a lot more now, Burkart said. Our
quickly, as the $100,000 mission is life-long learn-
triggered a challenge grant ing. When we bring these
from the Madison Com- things to the community it
munity Foundation. benefits everyone.
The fund will ensure Staff had never focused
the library can offer and on fundraising since the
expand programming library opened in 2006,
and innovative learning but Burkart said it ended
opportunities such as per- up being easier than she
formances, lectures and expected.
traveling exhibits like the I had not really done
25-foot-tall dinosaur skel- any fundraising before,
Photo by Scott Girard eton replica the library dis- Burkart said. All the
Kindergarten students, from left, Natalie Christenson, Evelyn Kwitek and Brielle Johnson accompany a song on the drums. played at a past Dinosaur fundraising trainings

Drumming up fun
Days event or a visit from taught me just to explain
the 9-11 Never Forget
Mobile Museum. Turn to Library/Page 7

Country View Elementary School students held their


City of Verona
On the Web
Density again a concern
annual spring concerts April 27 and 28, with each grade
performing for parents and family members who came to
school at different times throughout the day. The K-5 con- To see more photos from the Country View concerts, visit:
certs were the last for music teacher Susan Doing, who
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will retire at the end of this school year after 19 years in Commission: 140
the district.
apartments too Whats next
many on North Main Both projects would
Hometown Days need to return with
JIM FEROLIE more detailed plans for

Thursday music will continue for 2017 at least one more trip to
Verona Press editor

A s d eve l o p e r s k e e p
the Plan Commission
proposing unprecedented and Common Council
HELU WANG for years with low attendance on the numbers of apartments, in a future month.
Unified Newspaper Group Band schedule events first night.
Entertainment opportunities for
the Plan Commission
remains concerned about
This years Hometown Days will Thirsty Jones: 7-10p.m., June 1 kids over the rest of the weekend will how tightly theyre getting seven years combined. And
still kick off the summer mostly as 5th Gear: 8p.m. to 12a.m., June 2 include exotic animals live shows, packed in. all would be available for
youd expect, with its a penny find and tattoos. The only The two latest plans, an exemption to the citys
typical fireworks, car- Cherry Pie: 8p.m. to 12a.m., June 3 change from last year is an infusion on North Main Street and 5-year-old phasing plan,
nival, parade and beer Wheelhouse: 1-4p.m., June 4 martial arts obstacle course that will Lincoln Street, would which limits construction to
tent. take the place of laser tags. bring a total of more 25-50 units per year, except
The biggest changes The chamber is still narrowing than 250 units, mostly for senior facilities, the
are in what musical acts Chamber of Commerce executive down other performers for children in three-story buildings, downtown area and mixed
festival-goers will hear, director Le Jordan said she was satis- such as face painters. The final deci- though technically both use.
with three newcomers: fied with the attendance and fundrais- sion will be announced in the next were being presented in Commissioners didnt
Thirsty Jones, 5th Gear ing opportunities. couple weeks. Jordan said there are a conceptual stage and have many comments for the
and Wheelhouse. They Jordan Everything was very new to me plenty of candidates but only limited exact numbers are likely to Lincoln Street plan, which
join always-popular (last year), Jordan said. But I think time on the schedule, so shes trying change. would put 113 units in the
Cherry Pie, which will perform Satur- we put on terrific Hometown Days. to put together the best balance she If approved as proposed, lot where Cecor has been
day night, to fill out the weekend. Specifically, Jordan said the Thurs- can. the city will have allowed housed for decades, across
There wasnt much else to change day night music last year attracted a She added that they will incorporate more apartments since Sep-
after a year in which Verona Area large crowd, which solved a prob-
lem organizers have been battling Turn to Hometown/Page 12 tember than in the previous Turn to Apartments/Page 13

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2017 Prom Court


Verona Area High School students held their prom Sat-
urday, April 29, at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison
with a Masquerade theme.
For the first time, the schools prom court was gen-
der-neutral, a change voted on by the junior class after
the Verona Area school board approved rules regarding
transgender students last fall. An upcoming committee
will review the VAHS policies and procedures for Home-
coming and Prom courts and make a recommendation to
administrators for future dances.
Parents interested in serving on that committee can
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Edward Park; back row from left, Colton Godfriaux, Asiah
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Verona Area School District

Roberts elected Middle school Chinese-language options considered with two people respond- area would need to find a
Committee begins
board president Busy time ing that it was not effec- way back to their school,
discussing 2017-18 tive (a one rating), two
that it was great (a five
where they would arrive
late.
plan for VAIS grads rating) and one each rating Youre coming in to As the district looks
SCOTT GIRARD an inclusive process in it a two, three and four. a 50-minute class period for a long-term solution
Unified Newspaper Group board decisions. SCOTT GIRARD But next year, officials late, board member Renee for Chinese-language
One of my primary duties Unified Newspaper Group and families would like Zook said.
For the first time in nearly as president is to empower to find a way to bring the If such an option were
learners, it is also look-
a decade, someone other than other board members and There will be fewer than students back together for pursued at both sites, ing ahead to continuing
Dennis Beres led the Verona utilize their strengths, Rob- 20 middle school students their Chinese education. though, there would need Spanish for its Two Way
Area school board through a erts said. Having a collab- in the Verona Area School The districts curriculum, to be a staff person to at Immersion students and
meeting. orative board president who District next year who are instruction and assessment least supervise the stu- reviewing its world lan-
That someone was Noah utilizes the strengths of each graduates of Verona Area committee began discuss- dents learning. That as
Roberts, elected on a 4 to 3 board member and values International School. And ing its options May 1. well as the transporta- guage options overall.
secret ballot vote Monday their voice and their talents is they want to keep learning The choices are to con- tion would create more These are all separate
night during beneficial. Chinese. tinue the arrangement in costs. Parent Kimberly
the annual After winning the vote, The K-5 Chinese-lan- place this year, with fam- Zak, whose student went
conversations that are
board reor- Roberts nominated Sti- guage immersion school ilies finding time outside through VAIS and is now now coming together, said
ganization, a er Christensen to serve as had its charter renewed of their students days to at Core Knowledge Char- director of instructional eq-
quiet affair in vice president. She defeated last fall for the next five schedule the classes; cre- ter School, offered to drive uity and bilingual program-
recent years. Renee Zook, who had been years, leaving school offi- ating a time within the the students from SOMS to
Roberts, a the vice president for the last ming Laurie Burgos.
cials hopeful that number school day that students BRMS, if its legal.
Verona Area year, on another 4 to 3 secret will be increasing soon and could all log into eChinese We could carpool that The Two Way Immer-
High School Roberts ballot vote. creating a need for a long- together in one classroom, in a heartbeat, Zak told sion program is currently
2015 gradu- Almond, who began serv- term, sustainable solu- which would cost an addi- the committee. Were
ate who was elected in April ing on the board in 2005, tion in the next few years. tional $100 per student; or moms that are flexible and K-3 and will expand one
2016, defeated longtime was elected treasurer with Regardless of what future having a class during zero want this. If that is a pos- grade each year to fifth
board member Amy Almond. no one running against her. growth is coming, though, hour from 7:30-8:30a.m. sibility, I would ask you to grade, but then enter
Board member Meredith Duerst won the clerk position 18 students who will be that the students attend consider that. middle school beginning
Stier Christensen nominated hes served in for the last two in sixth and seventh grade together. Whatever happens next
Roberts for the role, while years on a 4 to 3 vote over The latter is most prefer- year, though, the commit-
in 2019. Thatll mean
next year are looking for a
board member and former board member Russell King. way to continue their Chi- able to parents, VAIS gov- tee and administrators want students who have spent
president Tom Duerst nomi- nese language education. erning council president to have a longer-term solu- half of their day learning
nated Almond. Contact Scott Girard at This years group of eight Carolyn Jahnke told the tion in place soon, with a in Spanish will be in an
Before his election, Rob- ungreporter@wcinet.com sixth-graders who gradu- committee. Mandarin program at the
erts said he would facilitate and follow him on Twitter
English-only curricu-
ated from VAIS last June The biggest concern we middle and or high school
@sgirard9. have used a web-based pro- saw from parents is theres level among the options. lum unless something is
gram, eChinese, to learn not that community, Jahn- The committee is expect- changed.
ke said. Its really hard ed to discuss next years
In brief hold four meetings into the
summer and travel to schools
from instructors in China
three days each week on when youre in middle plan again at its May 15 Thats coming at the
around the country for ideas. their own time. The district school to keep doing some- meeting before the school same time as a middle
Open enrollment down Superintendent Dean Gor- has paid $1,000 per student thing challenging when board makes a decision. school study to look at
rell told the school board for the program this year, youre not doing it with We need to put a prior- creating more similar
Open enrollment applica- your friends. ity value on that (Chinese
tions both into and out of the Monday that the schematic with mixed reviews from schedules between Bad-
designs are expected to be parents. But that option would language education) and a
Verona Area School District
done by the end of August or Preliminary survey also create challenges with number value on that as a ger Ridge and Savanna
are slightly lower for 2017-18 transportation or staffing. full board, Zook said. Oaks middle schools,
than this year. early September. results from parents of
As of the April 28 deadline, seven of the eight students If it were held in one loca- which is expected to
247 students had requested
Visit to a Fab Lab currently using the eChi- tion, likely Savanna Oaks Contact Scott Girard at have some conclusions
Three board members nese program indicated a Middle School, the stu- ungreporter@wcinet.com
open enrollment into the dis-
wide range of experiences, dents in the Badger Ridge and follow him on Twitter by fall 2019.
trict, while 72 had applied to and two Verona Area High
School staff members visit- Middle School attendance @sgirard9. And, also at the same
go elsewhere. The highest
number of applications in ed a Fab Lab in Waunakee time, the World Lan-
is kindergarten with 45 and Monday. guage Department is
sixth grade with 35. Fab Labs, or fabrication
laboratories, are high-tech
In brief assessing its offerings
Last year, 263 students
requested open enrollment in spaces where students can and where it can expand.
and 86 requested open enroll- learn to make almost any- Personalized Learning communication The holdup, Burgos said,
ment out. thing using equipment The Verona Area School District is working on a plan to communicate with parents is finding money for new
including 3D printers, laser about personalized learning as the program continues to grow around the district in the
Design team meeting cutters and milling machines. staff positions.
coming years.
May 9 The new VAHS building Public information officer Kelly Kloepping presented an outline to the curriculum, Right now there isnt
could include such a space. instruction and assessment committee May 1. The initial plan includes website infor-
The design team for the Board members Noah (full-time equivalent posi-
mation, a parent advisory group that Kloepping wants to create soon, creating talking
new Verona Area High Roberts, Tom Duerst and points and a community information night. tions) to make that hap-
School building will hold its Kristina Navarro-Haffner Board member Noah Roberts suggested making sure everyone understands the con- pen, she said. Theyre
first meeting May 9. joined VAHS principal Pam cept first, then getting into the specifics of how personalized learning looks in a class- open to offering Man-
The team is made up of Hammen and a teacher from room setting.
consultants, district admin- the technology education
darin and expanding the
Helping people understand that were trying to create classrooms and structures world language depart-
istrators and staff from the department in Waunakee to that adapt to students, Roberts said. I think everybody gets on board with that once
high school. The list of who tour the facilities. Each of the you describe it in a way that is easy to understand. ment to more offerings.
would be on the team was not board members said at their
final as of Monday. meeting Monday night they
The team is expected to were impressed.

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Litter indicates drunk driving
Every spring, my family and I fill two, 55 gallon garbage bags.
perform the Adopt a Highway This brings to mind two ques-
service on the road where I live tions that we should be asking
in the Town of Verona. We have ourselves.
found unusual items such as sets If we throw trash, empty beer
of four car tires, car radios and and alcohol bottles and cans
an auto radiator in years past. along the road, what will our
This year, I did the cleanup environment soon look like?
on my own, since my kids have Second and more importantly
all grown and have moved away. how many of the consumers of
What I found in this half mile all of that alcohol were driving
stretch of road was 60 empty under the influence?
beer bottles and cans, seven emp- Scary thought, isnt it?
ty pint alcohol bottles, eight soda
cans and 17 other assorted plastic Curt Bembenek
bottles and enough other trash to Town of Verona

Correction
A front-page photo with the story titled Hours of Genius in the
April 28 Verona Press misidentified the student pictured because of a
miscommunication between the reporter and teacher. It was not Bella
Ely, but Calliope Katechis who was presenting her groups project. The
Press regrets the error.

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or specific religious faiths will not be printed, either. Thank-you letters as the normally talkative countered, and how do you say existing, but didnt realize that
can be printed under limited circumstances, provided they do not contain student stuck it in the air, BEECH? locally, it meant she was a lesbian.
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lic, rather than promotional interests. This we-wee-weekend Im it. Or maybe I heard something forget as I assure myself that Ill
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the room to see the reaction of What do you mean by BEECH? still make the same small gram-
the other students. There were a I asked. The response I got was in mar mistakes.
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brows, some the lines of someone doing sexual coming and having the courage
half-hushed acts for money. to bring their language concerns
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Two injured in van-tractor crash
Minivan driver admitted to with Spring Rose Road. according to the release.
Northern Lights to
close May 12-15
A van driven by Jason Saleska, 40 The tractor driver received a minor
using heroin of Evansville, with a cut to his hand and was treated at the
36-year-old Belleville scene, the release said.
An Evansville man will face crim- p a s s e n g e r, c o l l i d e d Sheriff s deputies observed drug
inal charges after he crashed into a with the back of a trac- paraphernalia in plain view inside the The northern section of asphalt being installed
tractor while driving after using hero- tor driven by a 55-year- minivan, according to the release, and Northern Lights Road will the previous weekend. If
in in the Town of Verona April 26. old Verona man. Sale- Saleska admitted to using heroin prior be closed for the weekend, the weather outlook is not
According to a news release from ska and his passenger to the crash. He will face charges after beginning the night of Fri- good, the work will be
the Dane County Sheriff s Office, were both transport- he is released from the hospital, the day, May 12. pushed back to the follow-
Hwy. 18/151 was closed for more ed to the hospital for Saleska release said. As long as the weather ing weekend.
than four hours that evening after the treatment, though nei- is good enough, construc- Anyone with questions
4:20p.m. crash near the intersection ther had life-threatening injuries, Scott Girard tion crews will excavate can contact Findorff direc-
across the road for utili- tor of project management
ties that weekend, leaving Deana Turner at dturner@
Verona Area School District crushed asphalt as a tem-
porary driving surface for
findorff.com or Edgertons
project manager, Brian
the week when the road Verink, at BV@edgerton.

Technology survey open through May 15 reopens the morning of


Monday, May 15.
That same time on Fri-
us.

Scott Girard
SCOTT GIRARD said. Your participation is technology takes over the day, 7p.m., traffic on
Unified Newspaper Group On the Web essential in helping us form program and implementation Hwy. PD will shift off
a more complete picture of following Betty Wottrengs the existing road to the EMERALD INVESTMENTS
The Verona Area School To take the survey, visit: technology use for learning upcoming retirement. Wot- north onto the future
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Coming up Churches
Safe at home Brat sale Saturday, May 13, in the parking lot All Saints Lutheran Church Sunday: 9 & 11 a.m., St. Andrew,
of City Hall, 111 Lincoln St. 2951 Chapel Valley Rd., Fitchburg Verona
The Aging and Disability Resource The library will be holding a brat (608) 276-7729 Daily Mass, Tuesday-Saturday: 8
Some of the courses are driveway allsaints-madison.org a.m., St. Andrew, Verona
Center will be at the senior center to sale fundraiser from 5:30-8:30p.m. ride-out, left turn in traffic, downhill Pastor Rich Johnson
talk about Staying Safe in Your Own Friday, May 12, at Wisconsin Brew- controlled braking and hazard slalom. Sunday: 8:30 & 10:45 a.m. St. James Lutheran Church
Home from 9-10a.m. Friday, May 5. ing Company, 1079 American Way. Members of the American Fami- ELCA
For information, call 845-7471. The evening will include live music The Church in Fitchburg 427 S. Main St., Verona
ly Childrens Hospital and Madison 2833 Raritan Rd., Fitchburg (608) 845-6922
from The String Benders, brats, hot Area Safe Kids will be there to help (608) 271-2811 stjamesverona.org
Ice Age Trail hike dogs, chips and beverages. All pro- with bike helmet fitting and other bike livelifetogether.com Pastors Kurt M. Billings and Peter
The city and town of Verona will ceeds from food sales will benefit the safety concerns. Rocket Bicycle Stu-
Sunday: 8 & 10:45 a.m. Narum
Office Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon-
become the states seventh Ice Age Verona Public Library Endowment. dio will be conducting routine bike Fitchburg Memorial UCC day, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 8
Trail Community on Saturday, May 6. For information, call 845-7180. maintenance checks and tune-ups, 5705 Lacy Rd., Fitchburg a.m.-noon Wednesday
A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned and the Wisconsin Bicycle Associ- (608) 273-1008 Saturday Worship: 5 p.m.
for 10a.m. at Badger Prairie Park, Plant sale ation will also have an information
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Sunday Worship: 8:30 and 10:45
a.m.
Shelter No. 1, followed by a tyke The Sugar River Gardeners plant booth. Sunday: 8:15 and 10 a.m.
hike and 6-mile adult hike. sale will be held from 8a.m. to noon Kids can register at the event. For Salem United Church of Christ
For information, contact Luke Saturday, May 13, at the corner of Good Shephard Lutheran 502 Mark Dr., Verona
information, call 845-0952. Church ECLA (608) 845-7315
K l o b e r d a n z a n d 7 9 8 - 4 4 5 3 o r North Main and East Harriet streets (608) 271-6633 salemchurchverona.org
visit iceagetrail.org/ice-age-trail- near St. Andrew Church. Canoeing with USRWA Central: Raymond Road & Whitney Rev. Dr. Mark E. Yurs, Pastor
community. There will be a variety of perenni- People of all ages can enjoy a free Way, Madison Laura Kolden, Associate in Min-
als, house plants and garden art avail- Sunday: 8:15, 9:30 & 10:45 a.m. istry
Man talk paddle around the pond in the back- West: Corner of Hwy. PD & Nine Sunday School: 9 a.m.
able for purchase. yard of Wisconsin Brewing Company, Mound Road, Verona Sunday Worship: 10:15 a.m.
The senior center has started a For information about the sale or 1079 American Way, from 4-7p.m. Sunday: 9 & 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m. Fellowship Hour: 11:30 a.m.
new group called Man Talk, which club, contact JoAnn DeMuth at 669- Saturday, May 13. Damascus Road Church West Springdale Lutheran Church
will begin Tuesday, May 9, from 0429. Upper Sugar River Watershed Asso- The Verona Senior Center ECLA
10-11a.m. ciation will have its fleet of canoes 108 Paoli St., Verona 2752 Town Hall Rd. (off Hwy ID),
Men are encouraged to come for Bike safety available for people to try and give (608) 819-6451 Mount Horeb
conversation and refreshments. Feel The Verona Police Department, in info@damascusroadchurch.com, (608) 437-3493
pointers to those who are inexperi- damascusroadonline.org springdalelutheran.org
free to bring ideas to share with the partnership with the Verona Lions enced. Pastor Justin Burge Pastor Jeff Jacobs
group. Club, will hold the fourth annual For information, visit usrwa.org or Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday: 8:45 a.m. with communion
For information, call 845-7471. bike safety event from noon to 2p.m. call 437-7707. Memorial Baptist Church Sugar River United Methodist
201 S. Main St., Verona Church
(608) 845-7125 415 W. Verona Ave., Verona
Community calendar MBCverona.org
Lead Pastor Jeremy Scott
(608) 845-5855
sugar.river@sugarriverumc.org,
Sunday: 10:15 a.m. sugarriverumc.org
Thursday, May 4 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Prairie Kitch- facebook.com/veronamarket Pastor Gary Holmes
4-5:30 p.m., Anime Club (grades en free community meal, BPNN,
bpnn.org Wednesday, May 10 Redeemer Bible Fellowship 9 & 10:30 a.m. contemporary
6-12), library, 845-7180 12:30-2 p.m., Literature Lovers
130 N. Franklin St., Verona worship.
(608)848-1836 Sunday School available during
6-7 p.m., Evening Caregiver Sup- Sunday, May 7 Book Club: The Girls of Atomic redeemerbiblefellowship.org worship. Refreshments and fellow-
port Group (repeats first and third 6-8 p.m., Verona/Madison West- City, senior center, 845-7471 Pastor Dwight R. Wise ship are between services.
Thursdays; refreshments 5:30-6 side Mountain Bike Team informa- 4:30-5:30 p.m., Tech Time with
Sunday: 10 a.m. family worship
p.m.), senior center, 845-7471 West Madison Bible Church
tional meeting and fundraiser raffle, Tim (register), senior center, 845- Resurrection Lutheran Church 2920 Hwy. M, Verona
6:30-8:30 p.m., Introduction to Revolution Cycles, 2330 Atwood 7471 WELS (608) 845-9518
Microsoft Excel (register), library, Ave., Madison, wisconsinmtb.org 4:30-7 p.m., American Legion 6705 Wesner Rd., Verona www.wmbiblechurch.org
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(608) 848-4965 Pastor Dan Kukasky Jr.
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Friday, May 5 12:30-3 p.m., Marys Unique Bou- $12 two chops), 207 Legion St., Pastor Nathan Strutz and Assistant Sunday School: 10:45 a.m.
845-7898 Pastor Benjamin Phelps
9-10 a.m., Chat and Chew: Stay- tique, senior center, 845-7471 Thursday: 6:30 p.m. Zwingli United Church of
ing Safe in Your Own Home, senior 7 p.m., Common Council, Verona Thursday, May 11 Sunday: 9 a.m. Christ
center, 845-7471 City Center, 845-6495 10:30-11:45 a.m., Healthy Life-
Hwy. 92 & G, Mount Vernon
St. Christopher Catholic Parish (608) 832-6677
9:15-9:45 a.m., Sensory-friendly styles: Allergies, senior center, 845- St. Andrew Church Pastor Brad Brookins
storytime (ages 3-5), library, 845- Tuesday, May 9
7471 301 N. Main St., Verona Sunday: 10:15 a.m.
7180 10-11 a.m., Man Talk, senior cen- St. William Church
ter, 845-7471 3 p.m., Veterans Club tour of 1371 Hwy. PB, Paoli Zwingli United Church of
1-3:15 p.m., Movie: Hidden Fig- Dane County 911 Center (repeats (608) 845-6613 Christ
ures, senior center, 845-7471 10 a.m to 2 p.m., Verona Quilts of second Thursdays), senior center, stchristopherverona.com Hwy. 69 & PB, Paoli
Valor group meeting (repeats sec- 845-7471 Fr. William Vernon, pastor (608)845-5641
Saturday, May 6 ond Tuesdays), Verona American Saturday: 5 p.m., St. Andrew, Rev. Sara Thiessen
7:30-11:30 a.m., Red Cross blood Legion, 207 Legion St., 577-5906 4-5:30 p.m., Anime Club (grades Verona Sunday: 9:30 a.m. family worship
drive, Memorial Baptist Church, 201 12:30-2 p.m., Card-making with 6-12), library, 845-7180 Sunday: 7:30 a.m., St. William,
Paoli
S. Main St., 1-800-733-2767 Katie, senior center, 845-7471 Friday, May 12
10 a.m., Ice Age Trail Community 3:30-7:30 p.m., Verona Farmers 9 a.m. to noon, Library closed for
ribbon cutting and hike, Badger Market, Hometown Junction Park, staff training Sin Boldly?
Prairie Park, Shelter 1, 798-4453 There is a famous letter from Martin Luther to his
fellow reformer Philip Melanchthon where Luther tells
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out of context to claim that Luther was a reprobate, but
Thursday, May 4 11 a.m. Verona 91-92 Senior Center Senior Center if we look carefully at the context in which Luther was
7 a.m. Bucket List at Boys Basketball 5 p.m. 2015 Wildcats 10 p.m. Bucket List at advising Melanchthon to sin boldly we see that noth-
Senior Center 1 p.m. 2015 Wildcats Football Senior Center ing could be further from the truth. Melanchthon was
8 a.m. Zumba Gold Football 7 p.m. Common Council 11 p.m. Barbershop having doubts about the Catholic church withholding the
9 a.m. Daily Exercise 4:30 p.m. Verona Track at Live Quartet at Senior Center wine from the laity in the distribution of the Eucharist.
10 a.m. Barbershop Quartet Historical Society 9 p.m. Hindu Cultural Hour Thursday, May 11 Until 1416, all members of the church could receive the
at Senior Center 6 p.m. Plan Commission 10 p.m. Bucket List at 7 a.m. Bucket List at Eucharist in both species, i.e. the bread and the wine,
2 p.m. Zumba Gold from 5-01-17 Senior Center Senior Center but after 1416 the church withheld the chalice from the
3 p.m. Daily Exercise 9 p.m. Verona 91-92 11 p.m. Barbershop 8 a.m. Zumba Gold laity. Melanchthon was worried that he might be sinning
4 p.m. John Duggleby at Boys Basketball Quartet at Senior Center 9 a.m. Daily Exercise and Martin Luther essentially told him that in matters
Senior Center 10 p.m. Verona Track at Tuesday, May 9 10 a.m. Barbershop like this, where there is considerable doubt about wheth-
5 p.m. Harp Music at Historical Society 7 a.m. Bucket List at Quartet at Senior Center er you are sinning or not, to go ahead and sin boldly.
Senior Center 11 p.m. Barbershop Senior Center 3 p.m. Daily Exercise He also said to pray boldly for you are the boldest of
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10 p.m. Verona Track at Noon Plan Commission Senior Center Senior Center The law was brought in so that the trespass might
Historical Society from 5-01-17 5 p.m. Harp Music at 8 p.m. Daily Exercise increase. But where sin increased, grace increased all the
Friday, May 5 3 p.m. Verona 91-92 Senior Center 9 p.m. Arbor Day/Sleep more, so that, just as sin reigned in death,
7 a.m. John Duggleby at Boys Basketball 6 p.m. Resurrection Changes at Senior Center so also grace might reign through righteousness to bring
Senior Center 4:30 p.m. Verona Track at Church 10 p.m. Verona Track at eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
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Photo submitted
Verona Area
High School
students pose
in front of the
Eiffel Tower
during a spring
break trip to
France. The stu-
dents on the trip
were, front row
from left, Jenna
Hansen, Rachel
Nelson, Abby
Reller, Elaina
Durnen, Ellie
Heinzen, Lexie
Conlin and Ellie
Fitzwilliams;
back row from
left, Hannah Photo submitted
Wildenborg, Library staff members celebrate reaching the endowment goal in April.
Matt Payne,
Liv Sprunger,
Brooke Horst-
Library: Donations included anonymous $9K
meier, Sierrah
Christensen,
Continued from page 1
On the Web as they continue events like
the successful 5K, set for
Jacques Frank- what we need and ask for For more information on the May 20 this year.
Loron and it. And thats kind of actu- endowment, visit: The library is extreme-
Caulden Parkel. ally true. ly fortunate to have such
The challenge grant, veronapubliclibrary.org strong community sup-

VAHS students visit France over Spring Break which was offered in fall
2015, initiated the endow-
ment push.
port and we really appre-
the most generous donation ciate every donation to the
was $8,500 from the Friends endowment, Burkart said in
During Spring Break, 14 abbey of Mount St. Michel Dame and Sacr Coeur and Beginning that fall, the of the Verona Public Library. a news release.
Verona Area High School and the D-Day beaches of the Arc de Triomphe and the library raised $20,000 from So far the library has
students traveled to France. Normandy. Catacombes. a mailing campaign and fol- raised $115,000, but Burkart Contact Helu Wang at
To begin their 10-day cul- At the end of five days, Throughout the trip, stu- lowed that with Facebook expects it to grow over time helu.wang@wcinet.com.
tural immersion, each student the students said au revoir dents sampled French cuisine and email promotions.
More than 300 individuals

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lived with a French family. to their new French friends in restaurants, markets and
Not only were they were able and spent three days seeing cafs, ultimately celebrating and businesses donated to
to experience French family the sites of Paris with VAHS their last night with dinner on the endowment.
and school life first-hand but French teachers Jenny Wolfe the Eiffel Tower. Burkart said the dona-

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many French families took and Katy Dueppen. Sites vis- tions were incremental,
their American correspon- ited included art museums Submitted by VAHS mostly ranging from $25 to
dent to see sites such as the the Louvre and Muse dOr- French teacher Jenny Wolfe $100. Apart from an anon-

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Boys golf
Player of the
Staying low on the course week
From April 25-May 2
Wildcats finish third at Morgan Name: Steven
Kellerman
Stanley Shootout
ANTHONY IOZZO Grade: Senior
Assistant sports editor
Sport: Golf
The Verona Area High School boys
golf team finished five strokes behind
Big Eight Conference rival Middleton on Highlights: Kellerman led the
Thursday in the Morgan Stanley Shootout Wildcats with a 76 Friday to take
at UW-Madisons University Ridge Golf fifth overall at the Morgan Stanley
Course. Shootout Thursday. He also finished
The Wildcats, who took third overall second Saturday at the Waunakee
with a 326, edged Big Eight rivals Madi- invite with a 78, and he shot a 76 in
son Memorial (327) and Sun Prairie (328). a Big Eight triple dual at Edelweiss
Edgewood won the meet with a 318, and Country Club
Middleton was second with a 321. Wauna-
kee (330) and Monona Grove (336) are Honorable mentions: Tamiya Smith
other teams at the meet that have posed (girls track) finished third in the 100-
challenges to the Wildcats this season. meter dash at the Badger Invitational
Coach Jon Rebholz said it was import- in Lake Geneva. Smith was also on
ant to do as well as Verona did with the the Wildcats victorious 4x100 and
course being tough and the weather being 4x200 relay teams; Will Tennison
not ideal for golf. (boys tennis) went 4-1 at the Verona
Seeing how these guys are standing up invitational winning at No. 1 sin-
to those conditions is really encouraging, gles match against Brookfield East;
he said. Reagan Klawiter and Jeff Bishop
Steven Kellerman led Verona with a 76, (baseball) combined to allow one run
for fifth overall. Garhett Kaegi was next in a 3-1 win over Sun Prairie on April
with an 81, and Will Zunker shot an 83. 25; Mia Hoeve (girls soccer) scored
Cale Rufenacht finished the scoring with the lone Wildcats goal in a 1-1 tie
an 86, and Jack Bates 92 was thrown out. against Madison Memorial on April
25; Megan Lois and Paige Zahler
Turn to Golf/Page 11 (girls lacrosse) each had four goals
in a 16-6 win over DeForest on April
25
Whats next
Verona travels to Sun Prairie Country
Club at 2p.m. Thursday to take on Mid- Hockey
dleton and Sun Prairie in a Big Eight Con-
ference triple dual.
That will be really interesting, coach
Jon Rebholz said. I like how we stack up.
I like our guys. Our depth is good and our
experience is good.
The Wildcats then travel to Krueger Has- Photo by Anthony Iozzo
kell Golf Course at 2p.m. Monday, May 8, Steven Kellerman putts on the 16th hole Saturday at the Waunakee Invitational at the Mead-
to take on Beloit Memorial in a conference ows of Sixmile Creek Golf Course. Kellerman finished second overall with a 78. Two days
earlier, Kellerman took fifth overall at the Morgan Stanley Shootout with a 76 at UW-Madisons
dual. University Ridge Golf Course.
File photo by Jeremy Jones
Sophomore Mason McCormick, who
Girls track and field led the Wildcats with 21 goals and was
fifth in the Big Eight with 38 points, was

Wildcats finish third at Badger Invitational


drafted in the 10th round of this weeks
Phase I of the USHL Draft.

JEREMY JONES
Sports editor
Three Cats make
The Verona girls track and
field team swept all three sprint
relays Friday on the teams
Central Districts,
way to a third-place finish at
the Badger Invitational in Lake
Geneva.
one drafted
Junior Emelia Lichty and JEREMY JONES
senior Sieanna Mitchell were Sports editor
part of all three relay teams,
which scored 30 of the Wild- Verona hockey players Brockton Bak-
cats 94.5 points. Only Jefferson er, Mason McCormick and Mack Kery-
(131.5) and Kenosha Tremper luk were all selected to the Central Dis-
(102.5) bested Verona. trict team. All three played on the same
Sophomore Andrea Wheaton, line for the Wildcats last winter.
freshman Tamiya Smith, Lichty Those guys definitely produced some
and Mitchell won the 4x100 numbers for us, Verona coach Joel Mar-
relay in 51.27. The same quartet shall said. Theyre a talent group and
posted a time of 1:47.33 on the are starting to get recognition from the
4x200 relay. larger hockey world out there.
Sophomore Ally Kunding- Players across the state are invited
er and freshman Leah Remiker to an open tryout and then the team is
joined Lichty and Mitchell on selected by picking out the top players
the 4x400 to close out the meet from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Mis-
with a third victory in 4:16.64. souri and Nebraska. There is another
Senior Kailey Olson add- tryout afterward, in which Central Dis-
Photo by Jeremy Jones ed eight more points with a trict players can try to get invited to the
Leah Remiker won the 800-meter run Tuesday in 2 minutes, 29.5 seconds at Middleton. Verona lost 79-58
to Middleton and 76-69 in the Big Eight Conference triple dual. Turn to Girls track/Page 11 Turn to Hockey/Page 11
10 May 4, 2017 The Verona Press ConnectVerona.com

Boys tennis Girls lacrosse


Verona Invitational brings Cats knock off DeForest in MALA game
states top tennis teams to town The Verona Area High
School girls lacrosse team
JEREMY JONES remains in second place in
Sports editor Whats next the Madison Area Lacrosse
Association (MALA) con-
Ve r o n a b o y s t e n n i s Verona hots Madi- ference after a 16-6 win
hosted its annual invita- over DeForest on April 25.
son East in a Big Eight Verona was also sched-
tional last weekend and
got in several matches
Conference dual 4p.m. uled to play the undefeated
against top-ranked com- Thursday. The Wildcats first-place Middleton Car-
petition. travel to the Nicolet Invi- dinals on Thursday, but the
tational at 1p.m. Friday. game was postponed due
Verona 4, to poor weather.
Competition continues Verona allowed the first
Brookfield Central 3 8:30a.m. Saturday. goal against the Norskies,
The Wildcats dropped a but the Wildcats quickly
pair of 10-point tiebreak- took control.
ers Friday but won three Conner Dugan fell 3-6, Junior Megan Lois and
of four singles flights and 6-0, 10-5 at No. 2 dou- freshman Paige Zahler led
once at doubles to secure bles and Matt Happel and the scorers with four goals
a 4-3 victory over Brook- Aaron Young lost another each, while senior captain
field Central. tight match 6-3, 4-6, 10-4 Elena Herman and fresh-
Vivek Swaminath and at No. 3 doubles. man Yasmeen Khalid each
Jordan Hutchcroft earned found the net twice. Senior
a 6-2, 6-0 win at No. 1 Verona 4, USM 3 captain Makena Meyers,
doubles, and Verona dom- Hutchroft, Kush Nagpal senior Lizzie Lyubchen-
inated the singles, picking and Fan won at the lower ko, and freshmen Gillian
up wins from Will Ten- three singles flights Fri- Cartwright and Mackenzie
nison, Chris Queoff and day, and Verona earned Schmidt each contributed a
Kevin Fan at No. 1, 2 and a No. 1 doubles victory goal to round out the scor-
4 singles. to close out sixth-ranked ing.
Te n n i s o n b l ew p a s t D iv i s i o n 2 U n ive r s i t y On defense, Herman, Photo by Michael Felber
Mark Crowder 6-0, 6-0 Cartwright and junior Freshman Paige Zahler takes the ball down the field before scoring one of her four goals
School of Milwaukee 4-3. April 25 in a Madison Area Lacrosse Association game against DeForest. The Wildcats won
at No. 1 singles, and Fan Hutchcroft moved to MacKenzie Walsh each
added a 6-0, 6-2 victo- had two takeways, while 16-6.
No. 2 singles from No. 1
ry at the bottom of the doubles and won 6-3, 6-1 freshman Erin Long had
singles lineup. Queoff
capped the victory with a
over Cameron Strawn at one. Herman and Lyub- saves in the win. Whats next
No. 2 singles. Nagpal and chenko led on fielding with
7-6 (3), 6-2 win at No. 2 Fan each added 6-0, 6-0 four groundballs each. -Article submitted Verona travels to DeForest at 5p.m. Thursday, May 4.
singles. Sophomore goalkeep-
Evan Schmidt and er Sofia Jeddeloh had 12
Turn to Tennis/Page 11

Boys track and field Postponements


Baseball, soccer and softball
dont get games in last week
The Verona Area High Girls soccer had a match
School baseball, girls soc- at Madison West postponed
cer and softball teams had from Thursday to Friday,
their schedules decimated May 19, at Warner Park.
with rainy and cold spring The soccer team also
conditions last week. had its Tuesday match at
Baseball had games Big Eight Conference rival
against Stoughton and Middleton postponed to
Janesville Parker postponed 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 15,
at Stampfl Field Mon- The softball team also
day and Tuesday and also had two games postponed.
couldnt get in its game The April 28 game at Janes-
Thursday at Janesville ville Parker was moved to 5
Craig. p.m. Friday, and Tuesdays
The game against Parker gam at Madison Memorial
was moved to Wednesday, was moved to Wednesday
and the Craig game was due to wet field conditions
rescheduled for May 12. from the previous week.

Womens softball
J.T. Hawkins reached 5 feet, 8 inches for second place in the high jump Tuesday in Middleton. Verona beat Middleton
Photos by Jeremy Jones
Neitzel, Warhawks clinch
75-64 and Sun Prairie 97-48.
WIAC championship
Wildcats sweep Cardinals in triple dual Nicole Neitzel, a native
of Verona, is a member
the No. 1 seed and hosting
privileges in this weeks
JEREMY JONES 52.88. of the University of Wis- WIAC tournament, which
Sports editor Thrower Hunter Bourne was second consin-Whitewater soft- begins Friday.
in the discus with a toss of 137 1/2. He ball team, which For the first time
Verona held out some of its top point also finished runner-up in the shot put clinched the pro- since 2009, the
scorers and limited others to the number with a throw of 48-7 3/4. grams 11th Wis- UW-Whitewater
of events they competed in Tuesday. The In his first meet back since sustain- consin Intercolle- finished with an
Wildcats still had enough power to best ing a hamstring injury a couple weeks giate Athletic Con- u n b e a t e n W I AC
Middleton and Sun Prairie 75-64 and ago, Jared Biddle finished second in the ference regular sea- record, complet-
97-48, respectively. 100-meter dash with a time of 10.94. son championship ing the regular
Senior Obi Ifediora was held out of Peter Barger added a runner-up finish in and the third in the season Saturday
Peter Barger finished second in the the 1,600 in 4:34.9. last four years last with two victories
the meet, but his twin brother Chudi 1,600-meter run with a time of 4 min-
posted the second fastest time in school J.T. Hawkins cleared 5-8 for second Friday with two vic- at UW-Stout. The
utes, 34.9 seconds. tories at UW-River Neitzel Warhawks are the
history to win the 200-meter dash in place in the high jump and Max Herkert
21.93 seconds. The school record is held Brian Murphy, who finished second at tied for second with a clearance of 11-0 Falls. fi r s t c o n f e r e n c e
by Tyler Parker, who had a time of 21.95 19-8. in the pole vault. T h e Wa r h a w k s team since 2010 to
in 2012. Herkert went on to add the 110 hur- Brian Murphy, Joe Riley, Tim Soko (33-7 overall, 14-0 WIAC), post an unblemished mark
Jack Herkert scored 15 points for the dles in 14.5 and led a 1-2 finish by Vero- and Will Haessig finished second as a who are ranked 13th in the in league play during the
Wildcats, winning the long jump, 110 na in the 300s with a time of 42.31. Paul 4x100 relay in 44.78. nation by the National Fast- regular season.
and 300 hurdles. Kalifatidi (42.89) was second. Jenkins, Pedersen, Jordan and Barger pitch Coaches Association, Neitzel, a freshman at
Herkert stretched the long jump tape Veronas other victory came from finished second in the 4x400 with a time also extended their win UW-Whitewater, is major-
to 21 feet, 9 inches to best teammate Mason Jordan who won the 400 in of 3:32.7. streak to 10 games over the ing in business.
weekend and wrapped up
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Boys lacrosse Hockey: McCormick drafted by Dubuque
Verona defeats pair of conference rivals Continued from page 9 McCormicks rights in the USHL for the
next two years.
Mason is on Dubuques radar, and they
Senior Jakes Keyes and juniors Ryan national camp. can tell him where to go to further his
Hyland and Ian Edwards each scored four
Verona 11, Westside 8 Former Verona and collegiate players Joe development before adding him to their
goals Thursday as the Verona boys lacrosse Keyes scored five goals and assisted on Fiala and Tarek Baker both were invited to roster, Marshall said.
team rolled 18-3 over Madison Eastside. another Friday as Verona defeated Madison the national camp. Phase II of the USHL Draft began Tues-
Keyes added three assists, and Edwards Westside 11-8. McCormick was also selected in the 10th day, May 2. USHL member clubs can select
and Hyland chipped in two more. Senior Scott had three goals and two assists, round (157th overall) of the Phase I portion any player born between 1997 and 2001
Jack Scott and junior Graham Sticha each and Patrick Stigsell added a pair of goals. of the USHL Draft by the Dubuque Fight- until each team has 45 players on its roster.
scored twice. Ian Edwards added a goal and an assist. ing Saints. USHL member clubs are allowed to sign
Junior Cam Corless had seven saves. Maurisak had six saves. The USHL Draft takes place in two players to a tender prior to the USHL Draft,
stages, beginning with Phase I on May 1. guaranteeing the player a roster spot on next
During Phase I of the USHL Draft, mem- years roster. A team forfeits its first-round
Girls track: Verona falls to Cards in triple dual
ber clubs select 2001 birth-year players pick with a tender, and a second-round pick
over the course of 10 rounds. Essential- should it sign an additional tender. Teams
ly a futures draft, the Fighting Saints own are allowed two tenders per year.
Continued from page 9 some of our top athletes out
Whats next tonight.
Remiker won the 800 in
second-place finish in the
high jump, clearing 4 feet, Verona travels to La 2:29.5 and Mitchell added
the 100 (12.36) and long
Golf: Cats finish runner-up at Waunakee invite
8 inches. Crosse Central on Thurs- jump (15-11). Continued from page 9 Madison Memorial in a invite at the Meadows
Annika Larson finished day for the Hanson Relays Schraufnagels 107-11 Big Eight triple dual April
of Sixmile Creek Golf
second in the 300 hurdles at 3:30 p.m. bested throwers from both
(51.72) and fourth in the 26 at Edelweiss Coun- Course.
Middleton and Sun Prairie Steven is really hit- try Club and won against T h e Wi l d c a t s w e r e
100 hurdles (18.23). Junior by more than seven feet. ting a stride here. The last
Emily Hottinger of Jeffer- eighth in the 200 and tied both teams with a 303. edged 325-326 by Big
She finished second in the three rounds, he has been Memorial defeated Eight rival Madison
son was the only girl faster for seventh in the high jump shot put with a throw of in the 70s and that is the
in each event, posting times (4-6). She also led a sixth-, Craig 317-331. Memorial. Lodi was third
31-6. kind of seniors leadership Memorial is a good with a 333. Middleton
of 48.35 and 16.31. seventh- and eighth-place Lichty was second in the you want with scoring,
Smith finished third in finish in the triple jump. team, Rebholz said. I was tied for fifth with a
200 (27.32) and Larson fin- Rebholz said. dont think they had their
350.
the 100 dash with a time Kundinger posted a 30-3 ished runner-up in the 100 Rebholz added that the
of 13.15. Wheaton was 3/4, while Samz (30-2) and best day, but we had a Kellerman once again
hurdles (17.12) rest of the team is bal- really good day. l e d Ve r o n a w i t h a 7 8 ,
fourth in the 100 with a Ashley Kundinger (29-3 Veronas 4x100 (55.69) anced, with a different
personal best time of 13.2 3/4) followed close behind. Kaegi shot a 72, and which was second over-
and 4x400 relay (4:28.2) four out of the five golf- Kellerman finished with all. Kaegi was next with
and Remiker was fourth in each finished second. ers stepping up with low
the 400 with a PR time of Middleton triple dual a 76. Bates followed with
an 81, and Bates followed
Names of who was on those rounds when needed. 77, and Zunker shot a 78.
with an 83. Zunker fin-
1:03.17. Mitchell placed Remiker, Mitchell and relays, however, was not Edgewoods Ben Gilles
fifth in the long jump with a Rufenachts score of 79 ished the scoring with an
Schraufnagel supplied the available as the Press went (74) was the medalist, and
leap of 15-5. was thrown out. 84, and Rufenachts score
Wildcats with wins Tuesday to print. Edgewoods Rory Gier-
Senior Preston Ploc Logan Knecht led of 88 was thrown out.
at the Middleton triple dual. Ally Kundinger added hart and Sun Prairies
placed sixth in the 800 with Memorial with a 75, and Lodis Walzer was first
Verona lost 79-59 to Mid- a third-place finish in the Carter Simon both shot
a PR time of 2:37.38 and Kade Salemi led Craig with a 76. Waunakees
dleton and 76-69 to Sun triple jump (30-6) as did 75s. Monona Groves Jake
senior Lauren Samz took with a 79. S e a n M u r p h y, M a d i -
Prairie. Sun Prairie beat senior Faith Briggs was Schroeckenthaler was son Memorials Logan
sixth in the pole vault (7-6). Middleton 82-62. third in the discus (95-5). fourth (76). Waunakee invite Knecht, Madison Memo-
Senior Grace Schraufnagel Were continuing to Megan Touchett was third
finished sixth in the discus get better as we get closer in the 100 (13.16) and fel-
Verona triple dual Verona finished run- rials Noah Cagnazzo and
with a personal best 104-10 to the end of the season, ner-up by a stroke Sat- DeForests Matt Unger all
low freshmen Jamie Hogan T h e Wi l d c a t s h o s t - urday in the Waunakee tied for third with 80s.
and seventh in the shot put coach Mark Happel said. (6:03.1) was third in the ed Janesville Craig and
(31-10 1/2). Weve got a big invite 1,600.
Kundinger (28.86) was on Thursday and we held

Tennis: Wildcats continue play top-tier teams Verona


City-Wide
Continued from page 10 Verona 6, Sheboygan 1 at No. 2 doubles.
Verona swept all four Marquette 7, Verona 0
victories at No. 3 and 4 singles flights en route to The Wildcats fell 7-0

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Hometown: Organizers are still considering performers Obituaries


Continued from page 1 raise funds through food sales. Lyle F. Rienks sadly missed by his family
and friends.
the performers next year if they cant If You Go Our biggest goal is help the entire
community to have fun and take
Lyle is survived by his
three daughters, Laurie
attend this year. What: Hometown Days 2017 pride in being a Verona resident, Rienks, Julie (Mark) Erick-
The fireworks and parade are Jordan said. The event is not only son and Amy (Larry) Wil-
scheduled over the weekend at their When: June 1, 5-10:30p.m.; June 2, fun to the community, but one of the
5p.m. to midnight; June 3, 11a.m. son; four grandchildren,
traditional times, Friday night and largest fundraisers for local organi- Brittany (Joe) Tristano,
Sunday, respectively. to midnight; June 4, 8a.m. to 6p.m. zations and school clubs. Tyler (Tori) Erickson, Trev-
Jordan is hoping all of the plan- Where: Hometown USA Commu- She said she did not have any con- or Erickson and Skyler Wil-
ning leads to an even larger crowd nity Park cerns this year with the festival one son; one great-grandson,
this year. Info: veronahometowndays.com or month away, but the chamber will Tryg Erickson; sister, Ann
Hometown Days is the first festi- call 845-5777 still be working on plans and sched- (Howard) Nordstrom; and
val for the summer season, she said. ule up until the last minute. two brothers-in-law, Jim
We hope everyone really gets out of If something pops up in next cou- (Patti) Syverson and Jerry
their houses from the winter and cel- A variety of organizations includ- ple of weeks, were considering to (JJ) Syverson.
ebrates the beginning of summer. Lyle Rienks
ing the senior center, hockey club, add them in, Jordan said. He was preceded in death
Beer tent, food court and carnival Young Life and Verona Area High by his wife of 61 years,
will be featured daily at Hometown School touchdown club will be vol- Contact Helu Wang at helu.wang@ Lyle F. Rienks, age 82, Patsy; his parents; and his
Days, with the craft fair and market- unteering for the Hometown Days to wcinet.com. passed away peacefully in-laws, Chester and Mar-
place added on the weekend. on Friday, April 28, 2017, gie Syverson.
at Heritage Senior Living, A Memorial Service will
Middleton. be held at 11a.m. on Sat-
He was born July 29, urday, May 6, 2017, at St.
1934 in Sparta, the son of James Evangelical Luther-
Jacob and Gladys Rienks. an Church, 427 S. Main St.,
Lyle married Patsy Syver- Verona, with Pastor Kurt
son on June 25, 1955, and Billings officiating. Vis-
together they had three itation will be held from
daughters. Together they 9:30a.m. until the time of
enjoyed many summers service. Burial at Verona
camping on their Lake Cemetery will be held at a
C a m e l o t p r o p e r t y, a n d later date.
many winters at their home In lieu of flowers, memo-
in The Villages, Fla. He rials may be given to Wis-
also loved spending time at consin Alzheimers Disease
Fort Myers Beach, Fla. Research Center Fund,
Lyle had a very success- 1848 University Ave, Mad-
ful painting career, where ison, WI 53726, or to St.
he was a partner who owned James Evangelical Lutheran
and operated Capitol Deco- Church. To view and sign
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Apartments: Main developer
says at least 100 needed
Continued from page 1 at least 100 units would be
necessary on North Main.
the street from the new Vero- And architect Randy Bruce
na Area Community Theater made a similar claim for the
building and next to existing Lincoln Street apartments.
homes. T h e d ev e l o p e r s a l s o
But city planning director defended criticism of pro-
Adam Sayre said 140 was jected building height, as
way too many units for the each would approach or
3.1 acre lot on North Main exceed the citys height
Street across from Badger limit of 45 feet. Henshue
Ridge Middle School and said the 20-foot difference
that 80 or so, as the previ- in ground level from north
ous plan for that property to south is a challenge on
proposed, was more like it. the Main Street project, and
At least two of the four Lincoln Street apartments
commissioners on hand co-developer Dave Keller
agreed. invoked a previous project,
It just seems too big for the 28-unit City Centre con-
that area to be a three-sto- dominiums on South Main
ry, commissioner Jeff Street, as being beneficial
Horsfall said. to the area despite their
Commissioner Scott imposing height.
Manley didnt like the trend The North Main project
he was seeing overall, with needs to return to Plan Com- Photos by Helu Wang
the same developer on the mission with a more detailed Riff (Brett Fredrickson) dances with a Jets girl.
North Main project (For- proposal and a request for

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ward Development Group) a zoning change in order to
having 255 units approved proceed. As with the previ-
earlier this year as part of ous proposal on that land, it
a bigger Sugar Creek Com- held a neighborhood meet-
mons project along West ing, though only the handful Verona Area Community Theater brought the Sharks
Verona Avenue. of adjacent property owners and the Jets to Verona last weekend in its all-teen pro-
I j u s t t h i n k w e r e were invited. duction of West Side Story. The cast of nearly 100
approving way too much, The Lincoln Street plan youths put on four performances of the show, set in
Manley said. If The last gets a similar conceptual 1950s New York City, Thursday through Saturday.
five or six years, the bal- review next week from the
ance of multifamily and Common Council to finish On the web
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much lopsided. step planned unit develop- To see more photos from VACTs West Side Story, visit:
FDG representative Ron ment process. ConnectVerona.com
Henshue argued that to
meet the citys standards Email Verona Press editor
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Legals
STATE OF WISCONSIN, CITY OF VERONA MSA Professional Services to Provide an with AECOM for Traffic Impact Analysis ing to CDI for their purposes. Motion by 5. Mayors Business
Aquatic Center Planning and Conceptual for Liberty Business Park and Technol- McGilvray, seconded by Doyle, to con- A. Election of the Council President
CIRCUIT COURT, MINUTES Design Study not to Exceed $33,000. Mo- ogy Park. Motion by Touchett, seconded vene in closed session, as authorized Mayor Hochkammer asked for nomi-
DANE COUNTY, NOTICE TO COMMON COUNCIL tion by Reekie, seconded by McGilvray, by Diaz, to approve a Professional Ser- by Wisconsin Statute 19.85(1)(e), for the nations for 2017-2018 Council President.
CREDITORS (INFORMAL APRIL 10, 2017 to approve a Service Agreement with vices Contract with AECOM for Traffic Im- purpose of deliberating or negotiating Alderperson Doyle was nominated by
MSA Professional Services to provide an pact Analysis for Liberty Business Park the purchase of public properties, the Alderperson Reekie. Motion by McGil-
ADMINISTRATION) IN THE VERONA CITY HALL aquatic center planning and conceptual and Technology Park. Motion carried 8-0. investing of public funds or conduct- vray, seconded by Diaz, to approve the
MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF 1. Mayor Hochkammer called the design study not to exceed $33,000. This (4) Discussion and Possible Action ing of other specified public business, nomination of Alderperson Doyle as the
meeting to order at 7:08 p.m. agreement will allow MSA to develop a Re: A Professional Services Contract whenever competitive or bargaining rea- 2017-2018 Council President. Motion car-
ESTHER M. WHITING 2. Pledge of Allegiance program and conceptual design, facility with DOnofrio Kottke and Associates sons deem a closed session necessary. ried 8 -0.
Case No. 17PR272 3. Roll call: Alderpersons Diaz,
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: needs program, site, and aquatics plan, for Construction Management and Pub- The Common Council may reconvene in B. Selection of the City Council Rep-
Doyle, Linder, McGilvray, Reekie, Stew- with project budgeting and schedule. Mo- lic Relations for the Downtown Streets- open session to discuss and take action resentative to the Plan Commission
1. An application for Informal Admin- art, Stiner and Touchett present. Also
istration was filed. present: City Administrator Mikorski,
tion carried 8-0. cape Project Stages II and III. Motion by on the subject matter discussed in the Mayor Hochkammer asked for nom-
2. The decedent, with date of birth B. Planning Commission Touchett, seconded by Diaz, to approve closed session. On roll call: Motion car- inations for the City Council Representa-
Planning and Development Director (1) Discussion and Possible Action a Professional Services Contract with ried unanimously. The Common Council tive to the Plan commission. Alderperson
February 26, 1924 and date of death Sayre, Public Works Director Jacobson,
March 24, 2017, was domiciled in Dane Re: Resolution No. R-17-020 Approving DOnofrio Kottke and Associates for convened in closed session for this item McGilvray nominated Alderperson Linder
County, State of Wisconsin, with a mail-
City Attorney Kleinmaier, Parks Director a Certified Survey Map to Create One construction management and public at 7:46 p.m. as the City Council Representative to the
Walker, City Engineer Montpas, and City (1) Lot East of Kettle Moraine Trail and relations for the Downtown Streetscape CLOSED SESSION Plan Commission. Alderperson Doyle
ing address of 408 Marietta Street, Vero- Clerk Clark.
na, WI 53593. the Verona Technology Park. Motion by Project Stages II and III, contingent upon Motion by Doyle, seconded by Diaz, nominated Alderperson Diaz as the City
4. Public Comment: None Linder, seconded by McGilvray, to ap- approval by the city Attorney, and in an to reconvene in open session at 8:36 p.m. Council Representative to the Plan Com-
3. All interested persons waived no-
tice.
5. Approval of Minutes from the prove a Certified Survey Map to Create amount not to exceed $54,600. Motion Motion carried 8-0. mission. On roll call: Alder Diaz Diaz;
March 13, 2017 Common Council Meet-
4. The deadline for filing a claim ing:
One (1) Lot East of Kettle Moraine Trail carried 8-0. Motion by McGilvray, seconded by Alder Doyle Diaz; Alder Gaskell Diaz;
against the decedents estate is July 28, and the Verona Technology Park. This (5) Discussion and Possible Action Doyle, to approve Resolution No. R-17- Alder Linder Linder; Alder McGilvray
Motion by McGilvray, seconded by CSM will create one 12.3 acre lot east of Re: Final Closeout of Downtown Streets 022 Linder; Alder Reekie Diaz; Alder Stiner
2017. Reekie, to approve the minutes of the
5. A claim may be filed at the Dane March 13, 2017 Common Council meet-
the Verona Technology Park to allow for Reconstruction Project. Motion by Approving a Development Agree- Linder; Alder Touchett Linder. 4 votes
County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton the construction of a building for Cellu- Touchett, seconded by Diaz, to approve ment with Live Cell, LLC for the Con- for Diaz, 4 votes for Linder. Motion failed.
ing. Motion carried 8-0. lar Dynamics International, including the the Final closeout of Project 2015-105 struction of a Facility in Verona Tech- C. Appointment of Citizen Members
Street, Madison, Wisconsin, Room 1000. 6. Mayors Business:
Danell Behrens dedication of 840 feet of right-of way for Downtown Streets Reconstruction Proj- nology Park, subsequent to review by of the Plan Commission
7. The mayor thanked Alderperson the extension of Kettle Moraine Trail. Mo- ect Phase I. Motion carried 8-0. the City Attorney and City Administrator. Mayor Hochkammer re-appointed
Deputy Probate Registrar Stewart for his time on the Council
April 19, 2017 tion carried 8-0. (6) Discussion and Possible Action Motion carried 7-1, with Alder Touchett Scott Manley as a citizen member of the
8. Administrators Report: None (2) Discussion and Possible Action Re: Change Order No. 2 for Project 2016- abstaining. Plan Commission, with a term expiring
Atty. Marilyn A. Dreger 9. Engineers Report:
200 W. Verona Avenue Re: Resolution No. R-17-021 Approving 101, 2016 Street Rehabilitation. Motion by 11. New Business. April, 2020.
Verona, WI 53593
* Downtown Streetscape Stage II a Certified Survey Map to Create Two (2) Touchett, seconded by Diaz, to approve A. Discussion and Possible Ac- D. Committee Appointments
and III construction has started. Lots at 102 Prairie Oaks Drive. Motion by Change Order No. 2 for Project 2016-101, tion Re: Approval of Operator Licenses. Mayor Hochkammer presented the
(608) 845-9899 * CTH PD Reconstruction Edger-
Bar Number: 1001608 Lindner, seconded by Doyle, to approve 2016 Street Rehabilitation. Motion carried Motion by Reekie, seconded by Doyle, 2017-2018 Council Member Committee
Published: May 4, 11 and 18, 2017
ton has commenced construction once a Certified Survey Map to Create Two (2) 8-0. to approve operator licenses for Scott Appointments for confirmation by the
again. Lots at 102 Prairie Oaks Drive. This CSM (7) Discussion and Possible Action Thaxton and Geraldine Ganz for Treads; Common Council:
WNAXLP * AECOM is wrapping up survey will create two lots at 201 Prairie Oaks Re: A Developers Agreement for Cathe- Royal Scheider for Fisher King Winery; FINANCE COMMITTEE Mac McGil-
work for the city parking lot reconstruc- Drive to facilitate the expansion of the dral Point Phase 7. Motion by Touchett, and Debra Blum for Kwik Trip. Motion vray, Chair , Elizabeth Doyle, Jack Linder
*** tion projects. Goddard School. Motion carried 7-1, with seconded by Diaz to approve a Develop- carried 8-0. PERSONNEL COMMITTEE Elizabeth
10. Committee Reports: Alder McGilvray abstaining. ers Agreement for Cathedral Point Phase 12. Announcements: Doyle, Chair, Heather Reekie, Sarah Gas-
A. Parks and Recreation Commis- (3) Discussion and Possible Action 7. Motion carried 8-0. 13. Adjournment: kell
sion Re: Ordinance No. 17-891 Amending Sec- (8) Discussion and Possible Action Motion by Reekie, seconded by PUBLIC SAFETY & WELFARE COM-
(1) Discussion and Possible Action tion 13-1-42 Zoning Map of the Code Re: A Developers Agreement for Ket- Doyle, to adjourn at 8:40 p.m. Motion MITTEE Evan Touchett, Chair, Heather
Re: Approval of a Service Agreement with of Ordinances of the City of Verona by tle Moraine Trail Extension. Motion by carried 8-0. Reekie, Sarah Gaskell
Assigning Public Institutional (PI) Zoning Touchett, seconded by Diaz, to approve Ellen Clark PUBLIC WORKS, SEWER & WATER
Classification to Parcel #286/0608-164- a Developers City Clerk COMMITTEE Evan Touchett, Chair, Luke
9275-2. Motion by Linder, seconded by Agreement for Kettle Moraine Trail Published: May 4, 2017 Diaz, Mac McGilvray
Who wants to see a picture? Doyle, to approve Ordinance No. 17-891
amending Section 13-1-42 Zoning Map
of the Code of Ordinances of the City
Extension. The extension of Kettle Mo-
raine Trail is necessary for the future
construction of a Cellular Dynamics In-
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SENIOR SERVICES COMMITTEE
Brad Stiner, Chair, Mac McGilvray, Luke
Diaz
of Verona. This zoning map amendment ternational facility by LiveCell, LLC. Con- CITY OF VERONA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AU-

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would zone 3.6 acres of land along West struction of infrastructure to support the THORITY Jack Linder
Verona Avenue to Public Institutional. area is expected to begin in June 2017, MINUTES OF THE COMMON FITCH-RONA EMS COMMISSION
Motion carried 8-0. and be substantially completed in No- COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL Luke Diaz
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Committee
vember 2017. Motion carried 8-0.
D. Finance Committee
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(1) Discussion and Possible Ac- (1) Discussion and Possible Action APRIL 18, 2017 Brad Stiner, Heather Reekie
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Pavement Surface Treatment. Motion by vray, seconded by Doyle, to approve the 1. The meeting was called to order Motion by Linder, seconded by Mc-
Touchett, seconded by Diaz, to award the payment of March bills in the amount of by Mayor Hochkammer at 6:00 p.m. Gilvray, to confirm the 2017-2018 Mayoral
contract for 2017 bituminous seal coat to $406,128.20. Motion carried 8-0. 2. Pledge of Allegiance Committee appointments. Motion carried
local community and Scott Construction of Lake Delton, Wis-
consin, in the amount of $203,495. Motion
Motion by McGilvray, seconded by
Doyle, to approve the payment of April
3. Roll Call: Alderpersons Diaz,
Doyle, Gaskell Linder, McGilvray, Reekie,
8-0.
Mayor Hochkammer will present cit-

sports events.
carried 8-0. bills in the amount of $349,358.56. Motion Stiner, and Touchett were present. City izen member committee appointments at
(2) Discussion and Possible Action carried 8-0. Administrator Mikorski and City Clerk a later date.
Re: A Professional Services Contract (2) Discussion and Possible Action Clark were also present. 6. Adjournment
with AECOM for Well 6 Siting and Public Re: Resolution No. R-17-022 Approving a 4. Oath of Office for Elected Officials Motion by Diaz, seconded by McGil-

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Service Commission Application. Motion Development Agreement with Live Cell, City Clerk Clark administered the vray, to adjourn the meeting at 6:15 p.m.
by Touchett, seconded by Diaz, to ap- LLC for the Construction of a Facility in oath of office for re-elected Alderperson Motion carried 8-0.
prove a Professional Services Contract Verona Technology Park. Attorney Klein- Elizabeth Doyle District 1, newly elect- Ellen Clark, City Clerk
directly to you! with AECOM for Well 6 siting and Public
Service Commission application. Motion
maier stated this item is in regard to the
Cellular Dynamics International (CDI)
ed Alderperson Sarah Gaskell District
2, re-elected Alderperson Luke Diaz
Published: May 4, 2017
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carried 8-0. project and Kettle Moraine Trail exten- District 3, and re-elected Alderperson
(3) Discussion and Possible Action sion. LiveCell, LLC will be the developer Heather Reekie District 4 ***
Re: A Professional Services Contract for this project, and will lease the build-

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Monday thru Friday 8am-5:30pm. and opportunities for career growth. Full Benefit Package
Newville Auto Salvage, 279 Hwy 59 including life, health, dental, vision and disability plans, paid
Edgerton, 608-884-3114
vacation and holidays, along with a 401(k) Retirement Plan. Housekeeping/Laundry
705 Rentals
514 S ACADEMY, Stoughton. Large Cleary Building Corp. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity (Full-Time or Part-Time)
3-bedroom. Lower of 2-flat. Hardwoods, Employer with a smoke-free/drug-free work place. Pre-
large deck,washer/dryer in unit. AC. Extra
large garage Large backyard. Cats/dogs
ok. $1260 inc. heat and electric. Available
employment substance abuse testing and background Weekend availability is required for all positions
August 1 Call Jim: 608-444-6084. checks are performed. Veterans are encouraged to apply.
CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE IS Noon Complete an online application at www.workforcleary.com Email your resume or request an application at
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Friday for The Great Dane and Noon


Monday for the Verona Press unless
changed because of holiday work sched-
Or apply in person at: hr@veronahotelteam.com
ules. Call now to place your ad, 873-6671 190 Paoli St., Verona, WI 53593
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APRIL SHOWERS...
Brought May Flowers!

www.kopkesgreenhouse.com
Wisconsins Premier Grower of Quality Plants & Hanging Floral Baskets!
Choose from hundreds of varieties of perennials & annuals, from thousands of hanging baskets.
1828 Sandhill Rd. Oregon, WI 53575 (Located in the Town of Dunn) 608-835-7569
Visit our Stoughton location in the Dollar General parking lot!
Koupons & sale prices honored at both locations Gift Certificates available at both locations

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HANGING BASKETS PROFESSIONAL SOIL MIXES SAVE UP TO $3.00

$
2.00 OFF $
2.00 OFF 50 Off
Regular Priced at $7.99 and up. Choose from
Sungro Mix, Black Gold or Miracle Gro.
PERENNIALS
Limit 2 per koupon. Limit 1 koupon per kustomer per day. Limit 2 per Koupon. Limit 1 koupon per kustomer per day. Starting at $1.99 Limit 6 per koupon.
Valid May 3-May 8, 2017. Valid May 3-May 8, 2017. Valid May 3-May 8, 2017.

Visit the Stoughton Location - NOW OPEN!


Directions from Stoughton:
Take 138 toward Oregon. Go past Eugsters
Farm Market, one mile and turn right on MAY HOURS:
Sunrise Rd. Go one more mile then turn left
Monday-Friday
FISH HATCHER Y RD.

on Town Line Rd. Continue on to Sand Hill Rd.


(approximately one mile) and turn right.
Directions from Fitchburg:
8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Take Fish Hatchery Road south to Netherwood
Road. Turn left and go through Oregon past
.
Saturday
Walgreens to a left on Sand Hill Road. CTY. M 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Directions from Verona:
Take Cty. M to Fish Hatchery Rd. Turn Sunday
right and go to Netherwood Road. Turn left
at Netherwood Rd. through Oregon past 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Walgreens to a left on Sand Hill Rd.

Support local agriculture! Shop outside the box store. Recycle your pots & containers at our farm location.
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