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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.
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*** 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 Member
Hutchinson Memorial Library
Books have been circulating from various locations in Randolph since 1872.
The building now called the Hutchinson Memorial Library has been serving
the Randolph Community since 1936 and there is much more than books
The newest thing available from this public library is Zinio. It is a
database that will be up and running by May 1, 2013 that allows anyone
with a library card to download the top 100 magazines to their electronic
reader, phone, pad, laptop or PC. Already, through Overdrive, we offer
thousands of electronic books and audio books to people of all ages. The
oldest thing we have is newspapers from 1873. You can read them in the
library on micro-film.
If you like to shop for your information and entertainment in person
Hutchinson Memorial Library has a few options. You can access the
internet, free, through our computers, our laptops, or your own device.
You can check out a book in fiction or non-fiction, on paper, CD, Playaway
(that is an MP3 type preloaded device), or cassette; in every reading
level. Read newspapers from Beaver Dam, Madison or Portage. Pick up one
(or more) of 79 different magazines. Bring in your pre-reader to play on
the early literacy game computers, then let them pick a puppet to take
home for a month. Borrow movies and documentaries on DVD, VHS, or Blu-Ray.
Not sure you will like new music? Borrow a CD and find out. There are
classic books and best sellers in an area for Young Adults. There are
Large Print books and extra large picture books. Spanish bi-lingual books
are available in the adult, children’s and young adult areas.
Space, this library has a lot of it. Reserve the community room for a
party, a business meeting, almost any event. This room is free for
non-profit organizations. Use our Conference room for study groups, small
meetings or a quiet place to work. This room is available on a first come
first serve basis. If you don’t have an event, come to one of ours. There
is StoryTime for children 3-5, Book Club for all ages, Art Exhibit in
January and February, Summer Reading Programs, Health Lectures, and more.
A State certified Librarian is on hand 40 hours each week to answer
reference questions. Tax forms are available every year. We will post
notices for non-profits on a Community bulletin board seen by 50-100
people each day.
Peggy K Potter
Hutchinson Memorial Library
228 N High Street
Randolph, WI 53956
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