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April 22, 2012
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                    neida's newest music festival is in jeopardy of disappearing into obscurity according to the organizer's friend, Judy Treml.

Last year's party the third in existence promised to be the forerunner to many more successful music festivals to come featuring local talent and home cooked food. The festival moved from it's meager beginnings on Seminary Road in the Town of Oneida to a sprawling field on Highway 54 just out of the city limits of Green Bay. The new and more than adequate location, owned by Sylvester Dietrich is now in question since Dietrich's death this past winter. Questions remain as to whether the new owners of the property will allow the festival to continue or even if the legal matters concerning the transference of the property will be completed by show time.

To make matters worse Brad has been approached by the Oneida Tribe of Indians and told that he cannot have the party anywhere on tribal land unless he allows the tribe to take over and run the affair. That is something Brad is unwilling to do and would sooner close down the growing fundraising attempt rather than to allow involvement by the Tribe.

It now appears that unless someone steps forward and offers a location suitable for the party, the third Bradstock may have been the last Bradstock for a while according to Treml who knows the organizers.

The play "Maggie's getting married" currently showing at the Green Bay Community Theater is slated for it's final performance today at 2 PM. The show featuring a cast of six includes this writer as Tom Duncan the father of Maggie. The cast, myself included would like to thank everyone who came to the show and if you have not seen it there is one more chance to see it today at 2 PM. Tickets can be purchased at the door at 122 N. Chestnut St. or by phoning the theater at 435-6300. Thanks again.
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Scott and Judy Treml attend last years Bradstock
The cast of "Maggies getting married" (from left) Cass (Eileen Kozlovsky), Tom (Mike Pickett), Russel (Mike Gerondale), Maggie (Rebecca Rose Stupka), Wanda (Gina Marie Jennings-Taggart), and Axel (Jason Mencheski)
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