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  • OPERATION ‘FEED THE NEED 2016’
    November 7- December 7, 2016

     

    The demand for food assistance continues to grow in our area of Walworth County and our local food pantry is low on supplies to help feed local families in need. Last year hundreds of food items and hundreds of dollars were donated by the citizens and businesses of Fontana to our local food pantries. 

    You can drop off your donations of either food or cash at the Police Department or, if you live/work in Fontana, you can call 275-2275 and an officer will stop by to collect your donation. Checks should be made out to the Village of Fontana and under memo write “Food Drive”. A receipt will be issued for any cash donations, if requested.  Fontana students can bring any donations to their individual classroom. 

    Many of these items can be purchased economically at Aldi, Wal-Mart or Dollar Tree stores.  Thank you for your support. The Pantry has asked for (non expired):

  • Canned Fruit

  • Canned Sloppy Joes

  • Chicken noodle soup

  • Pancake mix

  • Hamburger Helper

  • Jelly             

  •  Ravioli

  • Syrup

  • Salt

  • Corn muffin mix                    

  • Cooking oil

  • Jell-O or pudding

  • Laundry soap

  • Diapers

  • Hand soap

  • Liquid dish soap

  • Pay To Park ends October 15th.  Winter parking regulations begin on November 1st.
  • Click here for information about the new law prohibiting use of a cell phone in a work zone.
  • Reports of credit card skimmers being found at gas stations in Wisconsin seem to be on the rise.  Please see the link here for more information about skimmers and how to protect yourself.  
  • A reminder, no items can be placed in the right of way.  This includes skateboard ramps and basketball hoops.
  • SCAMS AND CON MEN:   Remember the old adage " If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is", anyone can become the victim of a scam.  This may include someone contacting you saying that you've won a prize or it might be someone posing as a government employee like an IRS or FBI agent.  These government agencies will not ask for your banking or personal information over the phone.  Help us protect others from falling prey, call us immediately when you think someone is trying to scam you or a friend.