Photo 138-CDA-14


Visitor Comments

This is the town center of Dane, WI. The church burnt down in the late sixties and the building to the right of it was extended and the new church is now part of it. The white house in front of the church was demolished in the early 2000's but alot of the landmarks still remain to this day, or have been remodeled. I am a resident of this town by the way.

It was not the late 60s, but in 1973 when it burned (struck by lightning). That year my sister was supposed to have first communion and their class and mine the following year had to go to a neighboring church for our first communion. I have lived here my whole life so I am unsure who told you of this date.

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