Pella Wisconsin a guide to the Northwoods
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Pella Wisconsin
Pella is a quiet little town located in Shawano County. It is a relaxed way of life not all the hustle and bustle of city life. Relax enjoy the scenery and what the area has to offer.
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We are still on hold with the dam, the gates are slated to be delivered by Oct. 16th, time will tell if that happens and if there will be time to install them yet this fall before the Pond needs to be filled.
According to the DNR, the Pond must be filled no later than November 1st.

Mark your calendars: 
Electronic drop off    Sat. Sept. 25, 2021    9AM - Noon  Town hall parking lot. No items with freon will be accepted.
Congratulations Roger!

Pella, Wisconsin celebrating 150 years in 2010. 

The first white settlers to inhabit the Town of Pella were European immigrants who came to the United States from Pommern, Germany. After first settling in Dodge county they moved to the area they christened Pella, a Biblical reference meaning place of refuge. Those earliest settlers included Christian Lade, William Moldenhauer, Herman Schwartz, Friedrich Schultz, Friedrich Braun, William Papendorf, Carl Wolf, Carl Ehricke, August Moericke, William and John
Hehman, Peter Hoppe, Ferdinand Mussack, Ferdinand Buelter, Fredrick Ebert, Julius Schilling, William Westphal, G. Schwertfeger, Fredrich Kranz, Carl Klebesadel Sr. Carl Klebasadel Jr.,Ernest Pockat, Friedrich Wichmann,John and Gottlieb Mansee, John Genskow,August Bosin, William Reinke, Daniel Zimdars, William Rosenow and August Koeppen.
The first school was opened in the 1850’s eventually know as the Fairview School. The first church was Bethlehem Lutheran Church organized in 1859.