Blanchardville / Hollandale Area Fund
The Blanchardville/Hollandale Area Fund was created to assist people who love Hollandale and Blanchardville, and to bring sustainable resources to our communities, our organizations and our people. Click here to make an online donation.
Why have a fund?
Woven together by the Pecatonica River, the villages of Hollandale, Blanchardville, and surrounding areas share a common life, common goals, and common dreams. The Blanchardville/Hollandale Area Fund is a resource to assist our communities to thrive and maintain our high quality of life. The fund recognizes our history and strong cultural roots, and encourages the creativity and innovation of our most important asset — our people. In promoting our communities, the Blanchardville/Hollandale Fund seeks to increase community involvement by encouraging — and supporting — local initiatives. The fund will provide for the needs of our communities now and in the future, and will maximize your charitable tax deductions while supporting community projects. Click here for a grant application!
Blanchardville/Hollandale Area Fund Advisory Board
How can you give?
Cash — any amount at any time!
Appreciated Stock — The full market value may be taken as a charitable deduction without paying capital gains tax
Real estate and other property — your home, farm or personal property may be a useful charitable gift when planning your estate
Life Insurance — You receive an immediate tax deduction for the premiums and proceeds
Charitable Bequests — Giving a gift through your will exempts it from income tax
Life income gifts — For as little as $5,000, you can make a gift, get a charitable tax deduction AND receive income for life with this method
Qualified retirement plan — Designating the Fund as a beneficiary recipient of remaining retirement assets may substantially reduce income and estate taxes to you heirs
There are other types of charitable giving that may be useful for you and your estate planning. Give us a call. Give.… in thanks for the community that supported you. Give.… in thanks for the community that served as the launching pad for your life. Give.… in memory of those who meant much to you. Give.… in honor of those who mean so much to you now. Give.… to insure that others will have the same support you experienced. The Blanchardville/Hollandale Area Fund is a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, Inc. Gifts to the Blanchardville, Hollandale Area Fund are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Jean Christen 608–967‑2349 or 608–574‑1175
Judy Hendrickson 608–967‑2459 or 608–967‑2211
Linda Gebhardt, Community Foundation 608–328‑4060
|202 N. Main Street Blanchardville, WI||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 608–523-4543 website: blanchardville.hometalent.org|
|Hours: Sunday afternoons and Thursday nights||Spring training will be starting in April. Our league games will begin the first week-end of May. Stay tuned for more Bullet information.|
Seniors United for Nutrition (S.U.N.) Program
|The Viking Cafe 210 S. Main St Blanchardville, WI||Reservations for LUNCH should be made 1 day in advance between 10 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. by calling 608–214-3407. Reservations are not needed for Breakfast.|
|Serving Monday — Friday Breakfast (no home delivery) 7:00 am — 2 pm Lunch: Serving at 11:30 am Suggested Donation: $4.25 at the Cafe $4.75 for Home Delivery||This program was established to provide hot, nutritious meals to anyone 60 years of age and over (and spouse, regardless of age). Home delivery is available for homebound senior citizens, serving at the Viking Cafe is at Noon.|
Blanchardville Public Library
|208 Mason Street Blanchardville, WI||Phone: 608–523-2055|
|Hours: Mondays 9:00 am– 2:00 pm & 4:30 pm– 7:30 pm Wednesdays 9:00 am– 5:00 pm Thursdays Noon — 7:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am– 1 pm||Materials Available: Audio-books, Adult and Children’s fiction and nonfiction titles, Area History, Large Print Books, Magazines, Newspapers, and VideosServices Available: Community Career Center, Copy Machine, Home Delivery, Hot-Mail, Interlibrary Loan, Internet Access, Meeting Room Space, Pre-School Storytime, Summer Programs for children, and Word-Processing Please Call with any questions|
Blanchardville Woman’s Club
The Blanchardville Woman’s Club is a local service organization whose goals are: Community improvement, the support of local, state, national and international humanitarian projects and educational growth. Anyone is invited to join!!! The club meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. except the months of December, June, July and August.
HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP Each year the Woman’s Club awards a $200 Health Scholarship to a student in their sophomore year or above of college who will be going into the field of health care. Contact one of the Officers below for more information and an application.
President — Julie Saether email: email@example.com phone: 608–523-4066
Vice President — Fran Vermillion email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 608–523-1672
The Blanchardville Woman’s Club is happy to announce the newly published book,
BLANCHARDVILLE, WELCOME HOME: Looking Back at 125 Years of History
This book celebrates and commemorates Blanchardville’s 125th birthday coming up in 2015. It is a 200 page hardcover book with historical information and over 288 black and white photographs. There are several ways to get your own copy:
- email email@example.com
- write us at Blanchardville Woman’s Club, PO Box 24, Blanchardville, WI 53516
- Available for sale at Woodford State Bank or Village of Blanchardville Clerk’s office
The cost is $27.00 until December 7, 2014 and then will increase to $29.95 thereafter
We also have a 3-book set available which includes:
Blanchardville Welcome Home
Blanchardville the Gem of the Pecatonica
Memories of Blanchardville
The cost is $57.00 until December 7, 2014 and then will increase to $59.95 thereafter
Mark Your Calendars!!! Blanchardville’s 125 Anniversary Celebration!! August 6–9, 2015
THURSDAY, 8/6 1–6 pm Cards (Horse and Pepper) at Viking Café 7pm card tournaments at Husie’s and Toby’s FRIDAY 8/7 5pm pig roast & board games sponsored by Pecatonica Grapevine Live music at Grapevine or in Ryan Park? 6-8pm antique quilt/family treasures exhibit 9pm Showing of the 1990 Centennial Pageant film– (Legion? Park?) SATURDAY, 8/8 11:00 Live music at Ryan Hotel Park-(Clown Band?) Antique Quilt Exhibit– (quilt turning) Saether building Family Treasures Exhibit– Saether building Art Show– Saether building Mural, Story Corps 12:30–1:30pm Main Street Parade 1:30 pm Literary readings at Library (Forensics Club) 2–4:00 pm Carnival games– upper park Horse Drawn Wagon Rides – Ryan Park Wisconsin Wheelmen Antique Bicycle Demo– upper park Live music Ryan Park 2:00–3:00 Antique tractor pull– lower park Parking lot 3:00–4:00 Historical Fashion Show– Jeanne Massey 7:00 Reenactment/Play 8:00 Dance Ongoing: Fire equipment display– Fire Hall Farm equipment display– lower park Building History Board displays– main street windows Barn Quilt tour maps (available at quilt show) SUNDAY 8/9 10:00 Hymn sing/Ecumenical Service– upper park ball field 11:00– Pie Baking Contest 12:00 Community Potluck– upper park shelter 1:00 Exhibition baseball game– upper park ball field 1:00 Vintage Games (3 legged race, sack race, hoop race, egg race, watermelon seed spitting contest, spoon relay) –lower ball field Petting zoo