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Village of Dousman Talbot Dousman and Abraham Hardell were the driving force behind the creation of Dousman. Dousman Station was founded in 1817. Today the village is home to beautiful Cory Park and many businesses. Part of the award winning Kettle Moraine school district, Dousman has a variety of housing options from historic landmarks to exciting new residential construction.
Town of Ottawa A rural residential community south and west of Dousman. Ottawa offers a blend of up-to-date residences mixed in with small to large farms on the gently rolling hills of the Kettle Moraine.
Village of Summit North and east of Dousman, the Village of Summit features fertile fields, beautiful residences and commercial enterprise.
Waukesha County Once called Cow County USA for its dairy production, Waukesha County is now second only to Milwaukee in terms of balanced development and a focus on "quality of life". Multiple recreation activities are available to all through its extensive public facilities.
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School District of Kettle Moraine The district's vision is LEARNING WITHOUT BOUNDARIES and their purpose is TO CULTIVATE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, CITIZENSHIP, AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT. Two of the district's schools are located in Dousman, including the U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon Dousman Elementary School. District Office: 563 A J Allen Cir, Wales, WI 53183, Telephone:(262) 968-6300
St. Bruno's Catholic Church & School The Mission of St. Bruno Parish School is to provide a Catholic, K4-8 education fostering spiritual, academic, social, emotional and physical development in an atmosphere committed to Catholic Virtues and responsibilities rooted in Scripture. 266 W. Ottawa Ave., Dousman, WI 53118, Telephone: (262) 965-2332, Email: email@example.com
Dousman/Ottawa Lions Club The Lions' vision is to be the global leader in community and humanitarian service, and their mission is to empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace, and promote international understanding. 235 N Main St, Dousman, WI 53118, Telephone: (262) 965-2546