Littleland Playground Work Day
'The Wall That Heals'

Crivitz Area Food Pantry

Crivitz Area Museum Complex


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Littleland Playground Work Day
July 21, 2018

Volunteers worked very hard on Saturday morning spreading groundcover and pulling weeds at Littleland Playground despite the rain sprinkles.
If you see any of these awesome people please thank them for maintaining the playground year after year for all to enjoy!

Shown in the photo from left to right are: Sandy Chevalier, Dela Crowley, Sara Chevalier, Gary Fisher, Jessica Crowley, Jaylyn Crowley,
Mark Crowley, Gabrielle Crowley (in wheelbarrow), John Deschane, Jeff Scholtz, Tyler Corsaw, Cliff Smith, Frank Stoper,
Aaron Patefield and Ginger Deschane. Most of those pictured are from the Northwoods Apostolic Church and the remainder from
 the Village of Crivitz.

Not shown in the photo are Kip Knudson, Knudson Woodworks, and Jim Richlen, Richlen Excavating, who donated their time
and machinery for moving around the groundcover to make the job a bit easier.




'The Wall That Heals' is a mobile replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Accompanying The Wall replica will be a mobile
Education Center that displays the photos of service members whose names are found on The Wall, along with letters and memorabilia left at the Wall in D.C.
The Wall replica  honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed forces during the Vietnam War and it bears the names of the
more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam
. The  traveling exhibit provides thousands of veterans who have been unable  to travel
to Washington  DC for financial or mobility reasons, or those who cannot cope with  the prospect of  facing The Wall  there  to find  the strength and courage to do so within their
own communities, thus allowing the healing process to begin.

Join us  in welcoming home those who served during the Vietnam War and in honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice.



Crivitz Area Food Pantry

 Please make it a priority to donate or volunteer for this essential service!

The Food Pantry is located at 216 USH 141S. Note the NEW LOCATION! The mailing address is P.O. Box 398, Crivitz, WI, 54114.

Items Accepted & Schedule

Non-perishable, non-expired food and hygiene products may be dropped off at the pantry on the...

1st Wednesday of each Month
8:00am to 12:00 noon
5:30pm to 7:00pm

3rd Wednesday of each Month
8:00am to 12:00 noon

Pick-up Schedule

1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each Month
10:00am to 12:00 noon

Those interested in volunteering or who need further information should stop by the pantry during any of the above scheduled hours.


"Step Into the Past..."
Crivitz Area Museum Complex

Corner of South Ave and Oak Street
West of Hwy 141

Open Memorial Day Weekend
Thru Labor Day
Wednesdays & Saturdays
12:00 Noon to 4:00pm

The Crivitz Area Museum Complex is a great place to take a walk through the past and present of the Crivitz and Marinette County area.
Travel through eras gone by and see exhibits of an old time kitchen, schoolroom, general store, doctor's office, communications, and many others.
Browse through the variety of manuscripts, photographs and bits and pieces of local history.
 Enjoy the musical instrument  and antique tools displays, and a collection of farm equipment both inside and outside.
Add to this a tour of the historic logging late 1800's era log building, moved from the Lake Noquebay area and reassembled next to the museum,
with a miniature handmade display of an actual logging camp, and many, many artifacts and photos of the logging industry of bygone years.

The Crivitz Area Museum Complex is operated by the Crivitz-Stephenson Historical Society, a nonprofit organization whose sole purpose is to collect,
preserve, display and distribute knowledge of the history of the Crivitz area.
The Museum Complex is operated totally by volunteers from within the community. Admission to the complex is free, however,
 donations are greatly appreciated to help defray operational costs.

Above: Museum volunteer John Deschane in Kresl Log Cabin