The Wild Rose Art & Design students successfully competed at the State Visual Arts Classic sponsored by the Wisconsin Art Education Association on April 10 at Madison Edgewood. Receiving first place honors were: Kaitlyn Zeblewski, long-term Drawing project and on-site Drawing project; Halely

Jon Condon, Beloit, 1st Brigade Bandmaster, acknowledges the audience during the Wild Rose Kiwanis Spring Concert on Sunday, April 12. 

Pictured are committee members: (front row): Karen Simolon, Allison Yonke, and Kelly Krause; (back row): Mary Kunasch, Julie Olson, Tammy Bending, and Heather Steffen. Not pictured: Ed Klinger, Russ Kuehn, Bob Mathia, Jason Scharping, Steve Sondalle, and Mike Starshak

Members of the Community Health Network Caring for Kids Golf committee have been busy preparing for the area’s premier golf event. Waushara Country Club will host the 23nd annual event on Wednesday, June 17.

Pictured are committee members: (front row): Karen Simolon, Allison Yonke, and Kelly Krause; (back row): Mary Kunasch, Julie Olson, Tammy Bending, and Heather Steffen. Not pictured: Ed Klinger, Russ Kuehn, Bob Mathia, Jason Scharping, Steve Sondalle, and Mike Starshak
The annual Coloma Players Mystery Dinner will travel to the Caribbean for Salvatore “Big Sal” Palermo’s birthday in “Goodfellas in Paradise.” Pictured are: Taj Schumacher, Hancock, Bill Crawford, Richford, Guy Kaplan, Coloma, Becky Schumacher, Hancock, and Dawn DeBraal, Wautoma.

The Coloma Players Spring Mystery will take participants to the Caribbean for Salvatore “Big Sal” Palermo’s birthday in “Goodfellas in Paradise”, otherwise known as “Mobsters of the Caribbean” written by Loretta Kaplan, Coloma.

The annual Coloma Players Mystery Dinner will travel to the Caribbean for Salvatore “Big Sal” Palermo’s birthday in “Goodfellas in Paradise.” Pictured are: Taj Schumacher, Hancock, Bill Crawford, Richford, Guy Kaplan, Coloma, Becky Schumacher, Hancock, and Dawn DeBraal, Wautoma.
Wautoma High School Teaching Assistant Lenore Williams stands by a few of the thank you cards and letters she has received over the 10 years hosting the Special Education Dance for students throughout Central Wisconsin. This year, almost 300 students and teachers will be attending the event on April 17.

On April 17, Wautoma High School Teaching Assist-ant Lenore Williams along with the Wautoma Area School District will welcome almost 300 students and teachers from all across Central Wisconsin to the 10th annual Special Education Dance on April 17.

Wautoma High School Teaching Assistant Lenore Williams stands by a few of the thank you cards and letters she has received over the 10 years hosting the Special Education Dance for students throughout Central Wisconsin. This year, almost 300 students and teachers will be attending the event on April 17.
The new Master Gardener graduates include: (back row): Penny Meek, Kari Blader, Jeannie Loberg, Dennis Dirindin, John Maye, Javier Rincon, Jay Chibe, and Jane Sondalle; (front row): Mary Zwicky, Zina Soltis, Kay Barnard, Kim Royston, Jerri Siebert, Deanna Luther, and Sandie Poetzel. Not pictured: Patricia Kiley.

On April 7, graduates from the 13-week Waushara County Master Gardener program were celebrated.

The new Master Gardener graduates include: (back row): Penny Meek, Kari Blader, Jeannie Loberg, Dennis Dirindin, John Maye, Javier Rincon, Jay Chibe, and Jane Sondalle; (front row): Mary Zwicky, Zina Soltis, Kay Barnard, Kim Royston, Jerri Siebert, Deanna Luther, and Sandie Poetzel. Not pictured: Patricia Kiley.
Pictured are committee members: (front row): Karen Simolon, Allison Yonke, and Kelly Krause; (back row): Mary Kunasch, Julie Olson, Tammy Bending, and Heather Steffen. Not pictured: Ed Klinger, Russ Kuehn, Bob Mathia, Jason Scharping, Steve Sondalle, and Mike Starshak
The annual Coloma Players Mystery Dinner will travel to the Caribbean for Salvatore “Big Sal” Palermo’s birthday in “Goodfellas in Paradise.” Pictured are: Taj Schumacher, Hancock, Bill Crawford, Richford, Guy Kaplan, Coloma, Becky Schumacher, Hancock, and Dawn DeBraal, Wautoma.
Wautoma High School Teaching Assistant Lenore Williams stands by a few of the thank you cards and letters she has received over the 10 years hosting the Special Education Dance for students throughout Central Wisconsin. This year, almost 300 students and teachers will be attending the event on April 17.
The new Master Gardener graduates include: (back row): Penny Meek, Kari Blader, Jeannie Loberg, Dennis Dirindin, John Maye, Javier Rincon, Jay Chibe, and Jane Sondalle; (front row): Mary Zwicky, Zina Soltis, Kay Barnard, Kim Royston, Jerri Siebert, Deanna Luther, and Sandie Poetzel. Not pictured: Patricia Kiley.

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Wautoma High School seniors Nathaniel Loging (right) and Taylor Rivers (left) took first and second place during the home invitational held April 10. Loging completed the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.27 to take first, while Rivers recorded a time of 11.47.

The Wautoma boys’ track team took third place against 11 teams during the home 18-event invitational held April 10.

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The Wautoma High School Concert Choir sang “Let Everything That Hath Breath” during the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) sanctioned Concert Music Festival on April 15.