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Abbotsford, at the junction of Highways 29 and 13, is home to over 160 businesses and industries which provide a wide variety of services and employment opportunities. The school district offers a well-balanced curriculum with modern classrooms and technical facilities.
The city has a library, softball and baseball diamonds, parks, many restaurants, a golf-driving range, and an indoor swimming pool. There are numerous antique shops in the city and surrounding area. Industry is served by two major highways and railway freight service.
Abbotsford is home to the annual Abbotsford Christmas Parade, held since 1971, on the first Saturday in December at 7:30 p.m. The parade features costumed characters and colorfully lit floats and delights thousands of spectators who come from all over Wisconsin each year. Another well-known Abbotsford attraction is the huge ice cream cone sold at a local dairy store.
This community in the heart of dairyland is proud of its farm community heritage.
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