Presentation on theme: "St. Mary Health of the Sick Catholic Church 231 Main St, Merrimac Fr"— Presentation transcript:
1 St. Mary Health of the Sick Catholic Church 231 Main St, Merrimac Fr St. Mary Health of the Sick Catholic Church 231 Main St, Merrimac Fr. Pedro Escribano, Mardell Krejchik, Secretary SCHEDULE OF SERVICESSaturday 4:30 PM: MASS (Confession 4:00) Sunday 9:30 AM: MASS (Confession 8:45) Thursday 9:00 AM: ROSARY 5:00 PM: ADORATION (Confession 5:00 - 6:45 PM) 6:45 PM: BENEDICTION 7:00 PM: MASS 7:00 PM: TRIDENTINE MASS (first Thursday of the month)
2 Sunday School for grades 1-3 3rd, & 5th (when applicable) Sunday IMMANUELLUTHERANSunday Serviceat 9:30 a.m.Sunday School for grades 1-3at 9 a.m.All children welcomeCommunionServed every 1st,3rd, & 5th (when applicable) Sunday
3 Watch Pastor Roxi’s sermons online: THIS WEEK Sunday, 10/27: Worship Service 9 a.m. Monday, 10/28: All Good Café 5:30-6:30 p.m Enjoy a free, hot meal!Watch Pastor Roxi’s sermons online:
4 Hey kids! The next BASH is on Monday, November 4. BASH! – Bible Activity Story Hour 1st & 3rd Mondays of each month, p.m. MERRIMAC UNITED METHODIST CHURCHHey kids! The next BASH is on Monday, November 4.Any questions, call Pastor Roxi or Barb
6 The Merrimac Food Pantry Needs Food Donations Please consider donating the following items which are needed the most: * Cereal * Meals in a box * Spaghetti sauce & noodles * Canned meats (tuna & chicken) * Canned pasta (ravioli, Spaghettios) * Crackers * Pancake mix & syrupYou can drop items off at the post office or at area churches. Cash donations welcome.
7 Merrimac Ecumenical Food Pantry & Crisis Program exists to help people in the community in urgent need of food, gas, & essential support. If you need help, please contact: Mary: Marsha: Donna & Nola: Kitty: Gale: Pastor Roxi: or Food Pantry is located at 607 Main Please call for an appointment
9 Good Neighbor Clinic Provides free medical care to individuals who have no insurance and are financially eligible. No appointments needed. Mon & Wed 1 – 5 PMSt. Vincent de Paul Community Resource Center 1906 North St, Prairie du Sac
10 HOPE HOUSEFree information & counseling for victims and families of domestic abuse and/or sexual assault. Mondays 1:00-4:30 p.m. St. Vincent de Paul Community Resource Center 1906 North St, Prairie du Sac
11 Dental Services Offered free to individuals who have no insurance and are financially eligible. Appointments preferred. Mondays 1-5 p.m. St. Vincent de Paul Community Resource Center 1906 North St, Prairie du Sac
12 My Neighbor in Need St Vincent de Paul Resource Center, Prairie du Sac saukprairie.myneighborinneed.org ext 18A free service to low income people in need of such things as furniture, household items, transportation, plumbing, electrical. Visit our website or call us for more information.
13 Stop & Shop AT THE SAUK PRAIRIE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL COFFEE & GIFT SHOP “THE SUNSHINE PATCH” We have children’s & adult’s books, greeting cards, jewelry, baby gifts, candy and silk flower bouquets, celebration & seasonal gifts, and beverages and snacks! Weekdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays 9-11 a.m. 80 First Street in Prairie du Sac
14 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AT SAUK PRAIRIE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CURRENTLY NEEDED MOST (Min. age 14): Registration Reception Desk Greet & direct people entering our registration department (Mondays or Tuesdays, 1-4 p.m.) Escort – Transport Escort patients to appointments, transport items between depts (Tuesdays, 7-10 a.m., Wednesdays, 1-4 p.m.) Fitness Center Reception Desk Greet & direct people entering our fitness center (M-T-W-TH-F evenings, Sat or Sun, 7-10 a.m. or 10 a.m.-1 p.m.) Call the Volunteer Office at
15 With Lifeline, Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital’s personal emergency response service, you can have the security and independence to live at home. Lifeline links you to help, at the touch of a button, 24 HOURS A DAY. * Simple to operate. * Works when your electricity is out. * Help button can be worn in the bath/shower. * You don’t have to speak to ask for help. * Can be used if someone is trying to break into your home. * Can be used if there is a fire. *Gives you and your children security and peace of mind. For more information call
16 Did you know you could have THIS SPACE For only $10. 00 a week Did you know you could have THIS SPACE For only $10.00 a week? Call today for details
17 Merrimac Community Charter School Community Garden We need ANY natural mulch you can donate for the paths between the beds. Please leave by the shed. Thank you for your support!
18 The Road Home by Local Author Charlotte Buelow PICKED FOR NOVEMBER BOOK OF THE MONTH IN KILLIN, SCOTLAND BOOK CLUBAmazon – Kindle – Nook – IbookLocal Direct Orders: $8 + PostageHave ? Use PaypalFamily Saga1850’s ScotlandJust in time for Xmas
19 Portraits by Victor Bakhtin Only $15 Portraits by Victor Bakhtin Only $ Portraits, done in pencil, take about minutes. Make a big hit at your next party or any special event by inviting Victor to attend and draw portraits for your friends. Victor is a well-known international artist and this special offer won’t last forever. CALL HIM TODAY at
20 COMING INTO SOME CASH? FREE CONSULTATION AVAILABLE. Joe LaCour Investment Representative 811 Phillips Blvd, Sauk City Bus: Home:
21 E11394 US Hwy 12 Sauk CityEVERY SATURDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT PIG ROAST OFF THE GRILL AFTER 4 P.M. THURSDAYS STEAKS & PORK CHOPS
22 $ave BIG on your Phone Bill with Merrimac Communications $15 $ave BIG on your Phone Bill with Merrimac Communications $15.99 for 500 minutes local & long distance $25.99 for unlimited local & long distance No extra charge: *Voic *Caller ID *Call Forwarding *Call Waiting *3-Way Calling *Call Blocking Call Merr.com at or visit
23 HOME THEATRE For all your home theatre needs, products, installation and support, please call Audio Contractors Extensive portfolio and testimonials
24 TOWN OF MERRIMAC Non-Life Threatening Emergencies Tree blocking the road or other non-life threatening emergency? Contact the Sauk County Sheriff at They will contact and dispatch the appropriate town officials.
25 Rec Fee Reimbursement The Town of Merrimac reimburses Town residents for the Non-Affiliated Community Fee assessed by the Sauk Prairie Recreation Department. Mail copies of your payment forms or cancelled check to the Town of Merrimac, PO BOX 115, Merrimac
26 License Your Dog in Town Sauk County ordinance requires all dogs over 5 months of age to be licensed. Send the dog’s name, color, breed, sex, certificate of rabies vaccination (required) along with a stamped return envelope and $5.00 for spayed or neutered dogs & $10.00 for others to: Town of Merrimac, PO Box 115, Merrimac, WI
27 The Green Line serves Prairie du Sac, Sauk City, Bluffview, Merrimac, Plain, Spring Green & Baraboo.
28 The Merrimac Dining Center Fresh, hot lunches are served Tuesday through Thursday each week at the Village of Merrimac Municipal Building, around noon, and are provided on a donation basis.Please call to make your reservation by noon on the day before you wish to dine. See current menu on next slides.All are welcome to come and enjoy!
30 “FITNESS FOR SENIORS” Join other senior citizens in a fitness program designed especially for you. Anyone 50 years of age or older can attend! WHAT: A physical exercise program designed to help you achieve fitness and maintain it. WHERE: Merrimac Village Hall, 100 Cook St., Merrimac WHEN: Monday, Wednesday & Fridays, 9:30 – 10 a.m. COST: $5.00 for the Entire Program PROGRAM STARTS OCTOBER 7TH TO APRIL 25th INSTRUCTOR: Deb Raschka
31 Village of Merrimac Water Notice Periodically throughout the summer, Village staff will maintain the water mains by opening hydrant valves and flushing the mains on a recurring basis. During this time you may occasionally notice temporary water discoloration. We will continue to regularly sample and test our water to ensure it meets all safety and quality standards. If you have concerns, please call the Village at
32 Village Brush Pickup CHANGES REMEMBER THE 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 Rule Brush needs to be cut no longer than 4 feet in length, can be no bigger than 4 inches per piece in width and piles can be no bigger than 4 feet wide and 4 feet high. (4 x 4 x 4 x 4) If your brush meets these requirements, we will be happy to pick it up during our scheduled pickup days. Leaves and grass need to be bagged in clear plastic bags for pickup. Pickup Schedule (See Village Voice): April through October, bi-weekly Nov thru March, once a month
33 Please help us keep our village clean Please help us keep our village clean! Village of Merrimac Ordinance 47-9 Animal DefecationNo defecation or manure shall be dumped or left on any street, alley or sidewalk nor on any portion of the Village; provided, however, that this provision shall not be construed to prohibit the use of manure as fertilizer for lawns and gardens in keeping with ordinary and customary practices.
34 COME JOIN US. Merrimac Quilters Every 2nd & 4th Monday 10 a. m. – 3 p COME JOIN US! Merrimac Quilters Every 2nd & 4th Monday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Merrimac Village Hall Help us make quilts to donate to the Merrimac Ecumenical Food Pantry. Knitters & crocheters – come make afghans! No experience needed. Everyone welcome!
35 All information is kept strictly confidential. Crime StoppersProvide informationtowards solvinga crime in Sauk County.Call the Tipster LineatAll information is kept strictly confidential.
36 Merrimac Trick or Treating Wednesday, October 30 4-7 p.m.
37 NOTICE OF SPECIAL TOWN MEETING of the Electors of the Town of Merrimac Notice is hereby given of a Special Town Meeting of the electors of the Town of Merrimac on Wednesday, November 6, This meeting will follow the completion of the 7:00 p.m. Public Hearing on the proposed 2013 budget. This meeting is called pursuant to 60.12(1)(c) of Wis. Statutes by the Town Board for the following purposes: To adopt the 2013 town tax levy, to be paid in 2014, pursuant to Section (1)(a) of Wis. Statutes.
38 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR TOWN OF MERRIMAC NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR TOWN OF MERRIMAC Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., at the Merrimac Town Hall, a Public Hearing on the Proposed 2014 Budget will be held. Immediately following the Public Hearing, a Special Town Meeting will be held to approve the town tax levy for The proposed budget in detail is available for inspection on the internet and at the clerk's office by appointment. Following is a summary of the proposed 2013 budget.
39 20132014CHANGEBALANCE JANUARY 1Unreserved$137,054$155,97913.81%Park Fund$39,925$39,225-1.75%Reserved for Contingency$39,180$39,9782.04%REVENUESTaxes: General Levy$205,299$206,3670.52%Other Taxes$52,041$47,924-7.91%Special Assessments$64,320$68,1665.98%Intergov't Revenues$93,347$97,4424.39%Licenses/Permits$20,050$20,2501.00%Public Charges for Services$00.00%Intergov't Charges for ServicesMiscellaneous Revenues$1,400Other Financing Sources$13,786$12,391-10.12%TOTAL REVENUES$450,243$453,9410.82%
40 MILL RATE (TAX PER $1,000)**$0.760.00%(preliminary estimate does not reflect a pending change in town equalized values)EXPENDITURESGeneral Government$119,285$89,375-25.07%Public Safety$94,080$94,6880.65%Public Works$210,320$240,18014.20%Health & Human Services$2,308$2,3582.17%Planning and Zoning$22,250$25,34013.89%Unanticipated/Miscellaneous$2,000TOTAL EXPENSES$450,243$453,9410.82%
41 NOTICE OF THE BOARD OF REVIEW Town of Merrimac NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Review for the Town of Merrimac, Sauk County, shall reconvene its meeting at 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. or adjournment on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at the Merrimac Town Hall. APPEARANCES BEFORE THE BOARD OF REVIEW WILL BE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call the Town Hall, for an appointment.