Member News & Updates

Cornerstone Insurance Services, LLC

A huge thank you to Cornerstone Insurance Services, LLC., for hosting our first Business After Hours event, on St. Patrick's Day! Can you think of any better way to celebrate New Dublin?
The evening was complete with amazing food, catered by Familiar Grounds Coffee Shop. Stunning décor by Events Everlasting, and live music by Jonny T-Birds & the MPs!
To see all of the photos from our event, visit:
Photos compliments of: Lily Bastian

Sturgeon Spawning is Right Around the Corner

Half mile long paved trail along the Wolf River, just west of New London on Highway X. It’s a great place for fishing or leisurely walks. The Mukwa Wildlife Area is on the opposite side of the road. Also, view Sturgeon up to 6 feet long, spawning for only a couple of days in early spring after the water temperatures have reached approximately 53°-59°F.

Contact the New London Tourism office to request an automated phone call each year: (920) 982-5822. Sign up for yearly sturgeon spawning email notifications in the New London area here! Please note that your phone number and/or email will remain on our secure notification lists year after year, with the option to unsubscribe at any time.

CAP Services


Examples of allowable donations:
-Classroom supplies

-New classroom learning materials and toys (age appropriate)
-New or gently used books
-Paper supplies (copying paper, paper for classroom projects)
-Office supplies
-Paper goods (toilet paper, paper towels)
-Diapers (used for the program)

Examples of donations that would benefit families (non in-kind)
-Personal hygiene products
-Cleaning supplies
-Laundry supplies
-Diapers to send home
-Winter coats/boots

El Tequila Mexican Restaurant

Here’s your chance to win a gift card to some of your favorite local shops!
All you have to do to enter is the following:
“Check in” on Facebook when you come to eat here at El Tequila New London! That’s it!
2 lucky winners will be randomly picked each week, for the next 5 weeks! $25.00 dollars gift certificate

First State Bank

Konkol Named Manager of Agriculture-Business Banking Division


New London, WI – First State Bank has named vice president, Kevin Konkol, as manager of the bank’s Agriculture-Business Banking division. As agriculture has changed over the decades, First State Bank has remained committed to serving the unique needs of farmers and other agribusinesses.


Konkol joined First State Bank in 2007 and has worked in ag lending since 2011. He earned a number of promotions since that time and most recently was promoted to vice president agriculture/business banking in early 2021.


“Agriculture continues to play a significant role in our local and regional economy,” commented Konkol. “I am grateful to be able to bring my banking and farming experience together in helping area farmers and agribusinesses with their financial needs.”


Konkol graduated from the Wisconsin Bankers Association Commercial Lending School in 2018 and Leadership Waupaca County in 2020. He is a member of the Waupaca County Forage Council and has volunteered for the Waupaca County Fair. Konkol also continues to help operate the family dairy farm. He and his wife, Jessica, live in Waupaca and have two children.

Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity -Rock the Block New London

From September 16th-18th, 2021, volunteers, community partners, homeowners and supporters stepped up to address much-needed repairs and improvement projects on homes and community spaces in New London. Watch the video to see the impact!

Jolly Roger's Pizzeria

Johnny's Little Shop of Bait

Think spring!! Raft fishing supply headquarters here! Fiberglass cane poles with eyes and reel seats and without. Shop early for best selection.

New London Public Library

Make the Ride Happen

We have opportunities for you to volunteer in:
New London
Our volunteers are the key to expanding access to transportation for those that are under served in our community. Help us change our community by working together and serve one another. People in our community need help getting to work, their medical appointments, going to the grocery store, or just getting a fresh haircut.
If you or someone you know is looking to make a difference contact us.
Philippians 2:3-4
Do nothing for selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interest, but also the interests of others.
Make the Ride Happen
Compassion, Humble, Courageous

Mosquito Hill Nature Center

We're happy to announce that we are adding a few temporary positions to join our staff this summer. If you or someone you know is a college student or recent graduate looking for more experience in the natural resources field, we're offering a part-time, 3-month internship starting in June. The duties include teaching, monarch research, and building/property maintenance. Learn more here.

New London Fish & Game Club

Some people are seeing robins, some are hearing the sandhills cranes, but folks going over the Pearl Street bridge are seeing another sure sign that spring is right around the corner! Pete and Joe are out! The New London Fish and Game Club has this time-honored tradition of documenting the ice out date and time for the past 171 years! Check out every date and time on record since 1851 in the comments below! What’s your guess for this year?

New London Lions Club

New London Parks & Recreation

New London Rotary Club

Did you know that New London Rotary Club has been active in our community for 100 years this year? Last week we had a little after hours gathering. Unfortunately, the camera came out a little too late to get everyone in attendence. A good time was had by all though!

The New London Rotary Club is selling tickets to support our annual scholarship. Tickets are $20 each, but there are only 100 tickets available. You have a chance to win $1,000!

Contact any club member 920-982-7440 or stop in to Radtke-Rhone Insurance Agency to get your ticket today!

Northport Snowriders Snowmobile Club

Hello everyone, as we say goodbye to winter of 2021 let's hope 2022 is snowy and much better conditions for riding our trails. I want to personally thank all our landowners that allow us to use their land for our trail system we have over 100 landowners. I want to thank all 19 of our trail bosses that reach out each year to gain permission to access their land and organize trail marking, not always an easy task. Not to mention all our trail marking help we have each year. Some of them do not own or ride snowmobiles and are there to lend a hand. We have several members that help with our fundraisers this keeps us moving forward. And to all our sponsors that donate each year and those of you who purchase raffle tickets and reach out for donations thank you. Also, want to thank all our groomer drivers for making our trails great, several of them have full time jobs and still find time to groom. And to all that attend our meetings each month thank you. To my fellow officers and Board of Directors that help organize and make our club what it is today. Thank you all!!
Chris Lessor Club President
“The image we create today our community remembers tomorrow”.

Plach Automotive, Inc.

Some NEW arrivals are hitting the lot! It's a great day to take a ride and see what's new at Plach Automotive

Shamrock Club of New London

We were so happy to have the New Dublin Parade and activities back this year! A big thank you to all who supported New Dublin 2022!

Thrivent Financial - Badgerland Group New London Office

Traumatic Brain Injury Fight for Life Team

March is Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month. Our Traumatic Brain Injury Fight For Life Team has been spreading awareness across the world and offering assistance to families.  This picture represents over 200 people we have reached!

*Stay tuned, we have a very big announcement coming very soon!  

Wolf River Community Bank

We are currently looking for a full-time ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST in New London.
The accounting specialist will assist with activities of the accounting and operations functions, including requests from internal and external customers related to the bank. You will have the unique ability to be involved in the daily recordkeeping, balancing, and reconciling of a large number of transactions and accounts and responsibility for managing bank accounts, ensuring the bank’s vendors are paid on time, assembling financial reports, processing returned mail, and all of the other tasks that keep our records in order. The ideal candidate has an associate’s degree in a business-related field or commensurate amount of on-the-job experience in accounting and is a detail-oriented person with a problem solving drive.
Join our fun, welcoming and inspiring team at Wolf River Community Bank! Highlights of working with us:
- Surprise energize days, such as catered lunches, enter-to-win contests, and sportswear and dress up days
- Peer-to-peer “Rockstar” recognition program
- Complimentary logo wear
- Paid volunteer program for hourly employees
- “Jeans for Generosity” Fridays
- Growing organization that makes decisions locally
- Strong supporter of the community, including nonprofits, schools, municipalities and local organizations
- Volunteerism and professional development encouraged
- Competitive pay with annual incentive bonus program
- Generous benefits package that includes a handsome 401(k) match
- Educational and professional development compensation
- Emphasis on work-life balance
Apply through Indeed or on our website at

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420 N. Shawano St.

New London, WI 54961

(920) 982-5822