The 14th Annual Richfield Lions Golf Scramble and Outing will be held September 25th at Kettle Hills Golf Course. See attachment for further details.
The following letter was sent to Richfield Today on July 20, 2020.
Why I Can’t Vote for Biden
As I listen to the anti Trump hate, I wonder if anyone wants a President that will fight for the people.
I can’t and will not vote to have my rights taken away. Here are some of the reasons I will not vote for Biden:
- During Biden’s first term in the Senate, he actively fought integration of busing and schooling between black and white students. He has a long history of racial profiling.
-Joe Biden supports terrorist agendas to destroy our country.
- Joe Biden supports eliminating prison sentences for all nonviolent criminals (this would include nonviolent offenses like child sex trafficking).
- Joe Biden supports socialism rather than capitalism. He wants Government to be in charge of our lives.
-Joe Biden supports China which has and will continue to destroy American jobs.
-Joe Biden wants to defund our police, which will leave us with a country without Law & Order. How safe will we be under his presidency?
-Joe Biden said he will raise our taxes and the middle class will suffer.
-Joe Biden in 2016 blackmailed the Ukrainian minster into firing a prosecutor and was proud of it. Anyone want this type of President?
-For 8 years as Vice President, Joe Biden never did anything to improve the lives of black Americans.
To my fellow Wisconsin citizens – I’m begging you to do your homework before you vote. Understand what your vote means to this country. I’m voting for liberty, justice and a free country. Therefore I’m voting for Donald Trump for President.
Empowering Courageous Kids Online Family Vacation Bible Study (VBS)
Explore How Jesus' Power Pulls Us Through.
Even During COVID.
Sign Up Online at
List Your Family Name & Email
Modification to Recycling Center Hours of Operation
The Village of Richfield Recycling Center will temporarily cease to operate on the first and third Saturday’s of each month.
Instead, A pay at the door operation will be in effect Monday through Friday, 7:30AM-2:30PM until further notice. Please see websire for disposal guidelines and charges.
Visit Village of Richfield website for more information
The Village of Richfield recycle and trash center will be closed April 4th 2020.
The recycle center will be open Wednesday April 8th 7 AM to 3PM.
A Washington County organization that traditionally provides transportation to senior citizens is working on additional help for those they serve during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Volunteers for the Washington County Interfaith Caregivers are currently spending less of their volunteer time providing transportation for senior citizens during the current calls for the public to stay home and remain in isolation. But Interfaith officials realized the senior citizens they have been serving still need daily contact, even though they can’t receive that during the few transportation trips they still provide.
“It’s been a bonus for both sides and it’s also a way for us to, without calling it a well check, just checking in our seniors,” Brudvig said. “We also do food deliveries or pharmacy deliveries and we can still do those so it’s a good way to see if they are OK and if they need anything.”Anyone interested in volunteering can find an application on the Interfaith website: www.interfaithwashco. org or call their office 262-365-0902.
Consider voting for Justice Dan Kelly for Wisconsin Supreme Court, Paul Bugenhagen Jr for Appeals Court Distsrict 2 and Josh Schoemann for Washingotn County Executive.
They all are strong conservatives and will follow the rule of law.
Attached is the Prress Release from Richfield Village Staff regarding Drive Thru Absentee Voting .
Check the dates this service will be available.
St. Jacobi Church offers many fun events for children and family. Consider attending Breakfast with the Bunny. Additional details in the attached document.
This article was published in Daily News Sat Jan 25, 2020
Scenic Pit operator issued four citations for alleged DNR violations Zoulek Family LLC faces possible fines totaling $60,000
By Joe VanDeLaarschot
RICHFIELD – The operators of the Scenic Pit cleanfill landfill in the village are scheduled to make an initial appearance in Washington County Circuit Court Feb. 6 at 8:15 a.m. after recently being issued four citations by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Danah Zoulek, who along with her family has operated Scenic Pit for about two years said she is "working diligently with the DNR and suppliers" to clean up the problem that she said is the reason for the citations. She said the citations were issued because the trucks coming and going into the landfill were tracking excess mud onto the village road.
RT Blog will let you know the latest happenings around Richfield.