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Welcome to Randolph, a traditional, small town community located about an hour north of Madison, bound by two counties, Dodge and Columbia and within 5 miles of fishing and recreational lakes, which include Beaver Dam Lake and Fox Lake.
The village has a strong agricultural economic support from the many farmers in the area. It is proud of that heritage.
Randolph offers peaceful residential neighborhoods, quality schools (public and parochial), a variety of churches and recreational opportunities, with a beautiful park and a pool.
Randolph features a book and gift store, a resale store, a print shop, plumbing, heating and electrical shop, auto mechanics, gas and convenience stores, a large grocery store, beauty salons, a tanning salon, and more. There are home based businesses such as embroidery, screen printing and quilting.
Randolph is proud to have two banks, a telephone and cable TV company, a pharmacy, a medical clinic, a chiropractic office, veterinarians, a dental office, several insurance agencies, law offices, car dealers, nursing home, residential care apartments, day care services, restaurants and eateries.
Our largest employer is Jung Garden Center. They have been in Randolph for over 100 years.
Randolph’s economic development committee is here to meet the needs of existing business and industries, and can accommodate and provide financial incentives for new industries seeking to relocate or expand in its growing business park.
Special News or Events
Help your Library raise money for books, magazines, large print, newspapers, DVD’s, Blu-Ray movies, children’s books, magazines, movies, and audio books. Help maintain our beautiful, antique building. Help maintain our state-of-the-art technology center with the latest computers and laptops, Early Literacy computer stations for preschoolers and a micro film reader to see newspapers from the year 1873. If you buy from Amazon do it through the web site at the top of the page and our Library will receive ½ of a percent of the cost of select items. It cost you nothing extra. Please tell your friends and relatives. Thank You Amazon
SUMMER SIZZLER - Mark your calendars for Saturday June 20th, 2015. Randolph Chamber of Commerce Summer Sizzler (formerly called Spring Fling) is back! Activities are bake sale, face painting, dunk tank, bounce house, inflatable caterpillar, inflatable jousting, bike registration and parade (we are looking for a donation of bike helmets to give to each person registering a bike as well however that is not confirmed yet), petting zoo, 30 minute exercise workout, bean bag toss during the day with adult bean bag tournaments starting at 4:00 PM, 3 on 3 basket ball tournaments going on all day, DJ music all day, music in the evening, and of course - food. All activities will take place downtown Randolph. There will be more information on sign-ups for the tournaments coming in the near future.
*** Reminder -- If you have any upcoming news event or programs you would like the Beaver Dam Daily Citizen to know about, there are drop boxes in Randolph and Cambria at the Village Hall and Library. You may leave any brochures, posters or any info on the event. Be sure to leave a way to contact you for any questions.
Featured Chamber Members
The Friends of the Hutchinson Memorial Library are having another fundraiser to raise money for building repairs to our beautiful old Library. We are having a silent auction and used book sale. Mark your calendars, the sale will take place:
Thursday May 7th from 5 - 8 p.m.
Friday May 8th from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Saturday May 9th from 9 a.m. - noon
In previous years we have raised enough money to replace the roof, replaced plaster and painted. Worn carpet and drafty windows are next on our list. By starting earlier and working harder to acquire more donations this year, we hope to make enough to get the job done. We are currently accepting donations of used books and new items for the auction. Of course cash donations are always accepted.
2015 Summer Reading Program the Hutchinson Memorial Library
From Memorial Day to Labor Day the Randolph Library celebrates reading with programs and prizes. For every 5 books each child reads, up to 20, they will receive a prize. Come into the Library and pick up a reading log, write the title of each book in the log. When five books are read in that child’s reading level, they can come in and collect their prize. To promote the Summer Reading Program there will be 3 entertainers at the Library and one big event at the Horicon Marsh. Times and dates:
June 16 at 10 a.m. Science Alliance, “Physics: Lights, Camera Action!”
July 7 from 5 - 8 p.m. Family Fun Night at Horicon Marsh free activities, demonstrations, and fun for the whole family.
July 21 at 10 a.m. Nature’s Niche Animal Program, “The Remnants of the Rain Forest” This is a live animal show.
August 11 at 10 a.m. Duke Otherwise Music Program – Charming and silly songs with a sophisticated vaudeville sensibility.
Go down in local history as the person who designed the new Library sign. The Library Board of Trustees is awarding $50 in Chamber Bucks to the winner of a contest to design a new sign for the Library. Come to the Library and pick up an entry form. Or copy and print one from this site. Fill it out, draw your idea of what a Library sign should look like and bring it back to the Library before May 1st. This contest is open to everyone. Here is the entry form:
Sign Contest – Re-opened Hutchinson Memorial The Library in Randolph needs a new sign. The new sign should have space to install an electronic information board size 1’7” x 5’5”, fit attractively in front of the current flag pole, be two sided, and Include the words; “Hutchinson Memorial Library.” All entries Must be turned in to the Librarian by May 1st. Judges will choose one winner May 12, 2015, at the May Library Board meeting.
1. Enter a many times as you’d like.
2. All entries must be received in the Library on or before May 1, 2015 3. Design must be original.
3. Send entry form with a 8 ½ by 11 inch sketch or drawing with sign dimensions included. Please no blueprints, fabrication photos or laser prints.
4. Drawings will not be returned. Once submitted they become the property of the Hutchinson Memorial Library Board of Trustees.
Judging The Library Board of Trustees will be the sole judges. Final decisions will be based on compatibility with the Library site, aesthetic appeal of design and layout, costs, and feasibility of erecting said sign. Judges reserve the right to build the winning sign or not, or to build it with design changes. Awards Winner will be notified via telephone or email. The winner will receive a certificate for $50 in Randolph Chamber Dollars which can be used at any merchant member of the Randolph Chamber of Commerce. NAME:__________________________________________________________
Peggy K Potter
Hutchinson Memorial Library
228 N High Street
Randolph, WI 53956
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