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Public Announcements


West Bend Knights of Columbus 28th Annual Fish Frys in 2017

West Bend Golf & Country Club

on the following fridays from 4:30 to 8 pm 

April 7th

Everyone is welcome and it's all the FISH you can eat for only

$10 ages 11 and older, $6 ages 5-10, and FREE for children 4 and under

Potatoes, cole slaw, mac & cheese, corn, dinner roll, ice cream sundae, coffee, milk, water and FISH!

See you at the areas most famous fish fry where you won't go away hungry!

For drive up or carry out call 515-320-3600.

Shut in delivery available upon request.



 Rolfe Public Library Friends hosts coffee hour each Wednesday at 10 am. Great fellowship & programs. Goodies too!




 Summer Help Wanted


City of Rolfe is taking applications for lifeguards--$7.25 for the first year.

Must be certified or become certified.

There is a possibility for reimbursement for lifeguard certification class.

Contact Rolfe City Hall at 712-848-3124 or for application.



 Rolfe Public Library will be

 closed Thursday March 23rd for a

staff training day.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.



 Rolfe Public Library will be closed

Thursday March 30th

for computer


Sorry for the inconvenience.


 Pocahontas Community Blood Drive

Wednesday, April 5

12:30-5:30 p.m.

Expo Center, Main Entrance

310 NE 1st Street

Pocahontas, IA


Schedule your appointment online at

or call 800-287-4903


This blood drive is sponsored by

Pocahontas Rotary Club


Please bring a valid form of identification, such as your donor ID card or driver's license.






 “City of Rolfe Snow Ordinance is in effect.  All cars need to be off the streets & alleys until snow has ceased to fall and removed.”


“Residential sidewalks need to have snow removed within 48 hours and Commercial sidewalks within 24 hours after snow has ceased to fall.  No blowing of snow into the streets.”



   Reminder to residents that you cannot park within 20 feet of an intersection or stop sign. This ensures that all vehicles and pedestrians can safely observe any hazards and other vehicles.



  The tree pile is now open please be aware of the new rules and layout. Failure to obey will cause the tree pile to be locked and only accessed with permission.