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Contact 101 Industrial Dr., P.O. Box 123 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-4463 Fax: (920) 485-2899
Marlin Technologies is a full service provider of electronic controls for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).They design and manufacture products to your specifications and their specialty is custom engineered modules for low volume applications. Comprehensive product testing is conducted to ensure product reliability and durability. Major market segments Marlin Technologies participate in include the agriculture, construction equipment, military, railroad, and turf care industries. Their team is accustomed to developing products for harsh environments including temperature, moisture, and vibration extremes as well as high electrical noise conditions.
Contact W10145 State Hwy. 49 Waupun, WI 53963 Phone: (920) 324-5818
Marsh Haven Nature Center is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization on the north end of the famous Horicon Marsh. With museum quality displays depicting the history and wildlife of the marsh area, live animals, nature programs and hiking trails, Marsh Haven offers something for everyone.
Daily ~ 12 to 4 pm
Weekends ~ 9 am to 5 pm
Contact 700 Washington St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-3400 Fax: (920) 485-3409
Marshland Pharmacy is conveniently located within one hour of Madison and Milwaukee. Services offered include prescriptions, general health products, digital photo processing, gifts, cards, vaccinations, blood pressure screening, medication management systems, home health care needs, and other pharmacy services. Our pharmacists and staff are here to serve you.
Monday to Friday ~ 9 am to 7 pm
Saturday ~ 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday ~ Closed
Contact 839 Division St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-4016 Fax: (920) 485-4018
Marvin’s Manor Assisted Living was established July 10, 2007 in Brandon, WI. We expanded on September 9, 2008 and opened our second facility in Horicon, WI.
We are a family owned and operated Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) located at 839 Division St. in Horicon, WI. Marvin’s Manor is dedicated to providing a safe, comfortable, high-quality of life to our residents by promoting their independence, dignity, and self-worth. We are proud to say our facility is named after Marvin (Booty) Hendricks, a long-time resident of Waupun. He was a wonderful father, father-in-law, and Grandpa to all of us.
We have 24 Hour Care with 3 meals a day plus snacks and medication management. All staff is state certified. Amenities are raised gardens, large private rooms with bath & shower, and cable included. Doors open 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Contact 701 S. Mountain Dr. Mayville, WI 53050 Phone: (920) 387-1234 Cell: (920) 387-1234 Fax: (920) 387-1234
The family-owned Mayville Inn has comfortable accommodations to suit every traveler and is located only minutes from the beautiful Horicon Marsh. Whether you’re here for business, recreation or just relaxation, our friendly knowledgeable staff can help you get the most out of your visit to the area: Just ask! Other amenities include continental breakfast, cable TV, free wireless high-speed internet access and 10 free local telephone calls. An elevator makes all rooms first floor accessible. Secure storage area available for bikes and large items. A copier and fax are on-site for your convenience. Children 12 and under are free in the same room as parents. Visit “The Library,” our own European bar.
BUSINESS HOURS: 7 am to 10 pm
Contact N6675 S. Main Street Rd. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-9746 Fax: (920) 643-7063
Pet Food Store
Feed and Farm Supply
Established in 1965, McCallum Feed & Supply’s family owned operation carries a wide variety of pet feed & supplies for all animals. They carry name brands you trust, including:
Diamond dog and cat
Nutro dog and cat
Fromm dog and cat
Pot belly pig
Dog and cat treats and toys
They also sell a large supply of seeds and feeds.
Servicing Agromatic, Jamesway and ValMetal equipment, they also rebuild silo unloaders and all farm equipment.
Selling healthy and beautiful Christmas trees in the season, you will not find a prettier tree or better price anywhere except on your own property….maybe.
Monday to Friday ~ 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday ~ 8 am to 2 pm
Sunday ~ Closed
Contact 301 Industrial Drive Horicon, Wisconsin 53032 Phone: (800) 253-6772
Metals, USA, is a national network of over 45 metals service centers providing processed carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, red metals, and manufactured metal components ot a wide range of industries. The company is focused on providing innovative, value-added services to its customers. The Horicon location of Metals, USA is a major supplier of carbon steel products in coil, sheet, and blank form to many manufacturing companies in Wisconsin and surrounding states.
Contact 308 E. Lake St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-2110 Fax: (920) 485-4033
For over 90 years, American Family Insurance has built its reputation on strong principles like company strength, a broad range of reliable protection and excellent claims handling. As an American Star Certified Agency, be assured that my established agency is customer-driven and we pride ourselves with valued products, trusted advice and exceptional customer service in the Horicon /Mayville area.
My dedicated team will provide stability, consistent business practices and more importantly, peace of mind by protecting your family and your dreams.
My team includes:
Kelly Christian – Office Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Forster – Marketing Specialist, email@example.com
We accept payments online, at our office, by phone, Mayville Savings Bank and the Horicon Bank inside Piggly Wiggly, Mayville.
Call us or stop by today!
Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday and Evenings by appointment.
We offer parking in the back of the office for your convenience and safety.
Contact 319 E. Lake Street Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-4612 Fax: (608) 467-7772
Horicon Agent Anthony J. Pochowski
Midwest Financial Group is an independent financial planning and employee benefits firm. We are focused on managing the complexity of your financial life.
Our clients’ personal investment goals may include planning for a comfortable retirement with a dependable and predictable monthly income. Other goals might be providing a college education for a child or grandchild or saving to purchase a home.
Business clients may need sensible and affordable employee benefit options to recruit and retain quality employees. They may also need a properly designed retirement plan to allow employees to build personal wealth.
Midwest Financial Group also helps provide greater peace of mind though our risk management solutions. Too often a death, disability or the need for extended, specialized long-term care leads to financial hardship. Properly insuring against an unexpected tragic event can be the foundation of a solid financial plan.
If any of these needs sound familiar, let’s create a customized solution together.
HOURS OPEN: 8:30 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday
Contact 310 E. Lake St., PO Box 116 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-0687 Fax: (920) 485-0688
Joshua Muche, a Modern Woodmen representative in Horicon, serves members, their families, and residents in and around the Dodge County Area. A unique combination of business and voluntarism, the organization offers life insurance and annuities for family financial security as well as service programs and benefits for families and their communities.
Helping people secure their financial needs and still keeping today’s needs in check.
Monday to Friday ~ 9 am to 5 pm
Or by Appointment
Contact 700 Gould St. Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Phone: (920) 887-1441
Adult Education ~ Workforce Training
The Moraine Park Technical College District covers an area of 2,450 square miles in east-central Wisconsin, with a population of more than 250,000 people. The District is a locally governed, public, postsecondary educational institution, focused on meeting the educational needs of district citizens. It is community based, financed with local property tax, tuition, fees, and state and federal appropriations. It is one of 16 technical college districts in Wisconsin, and receives overall guidance from the Wisconsin Technical College System Board and staff.