During the Operating Engineers Local 139 open house on Saturday, July 25, the new addition to their training facility will be open to the public. Pictured is an  architect’s rendering of addition. The dedication ceremony/open house will begin at noon.

On Saturday, July 25, The Wisconsin Operating Engineers will dedicate a 108,000-square-foot addition to its training center culminating a two-year building process and representing a capital investment of more than $10 million. The center is located on Hwy. 21 three miles east of Coloma.

During the Operating Engineers Local 139 open house on Saturday, July 25, the new addition to their training facility will be open to the public. Pictured is an  architect’s rendering of addition. The dedication ceremony/open house will begin at noon.
People’s Choice Winner: William Dean, “Covered Bridge”

The Rural Rembrandts held their 67th annual art show July 18-19 at the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center. 

People’s Choice Winner: William Dean, “Covered Bridge”

Wautoma Public Library Director Nicole Overbeck thanked those who attended Taste of Wautoma for supporting the library. The proceeds from the Taste of Wautoma will go towards the library’s recent remodel debt.

During the Operating Engineers Local 139 open house on Saturday, July 25, the new addition to their training facility will be open to the public. Pictured is an  architect’s rendering of addition. The dedication ceremony/open house will begin at noon.
People’s Choice Winner: William Dean, “Covered Bridge”

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Sports

The Neshkoro Area Community Center has found Pickleball to be a popular activity among seniors. Offered every Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m.

Community

The Wautoma Kiwanis Club speaker for the weekly meeting on July 16 held at Culver’s was Kiwanis member Jeff Kasuboski, District Administrator for the Wautoma Area School District.