2015 King Cole Warzynski and Queen Patience Turner

Almond-Bancroft High School celebrated their Junior Prom on April 25. To view a photo gallery from the event, visit http://www.wausharaargus.com/recent-photos.

2015 King Cole Warzynski and Queen Patience Turner
2015 King Jeremy Lesniak and Queen Monica Dickson

Wild Rose High School celebrated their Junior Prom on April 25. To view a photo gallery from the event, visit http://www.wausharaargus.com/recent-photos.

2015 King Jeremy Lesniak and Queen Monica Dickson
Forty-five Wautoma High School seniors performed volunteer work at Willow Creek Park in Redgranite on April 22 to give back to the community.

 

A cold and windy day did not keep seniors from successfully completing the Class of 2015 Legacy Project at Willow Creek Park in Redgranite on Wednesday, April 22. The purpose of the project was to engage in an activity to make a difference in the community. 

Forty-five Wautoma High School seniors performed volunteer work at Willow Creek Park in Redgranite on April 22 to give back to the community.
2015 King Cole Warzynski and Queen Patience Turner
2015 King Jeremy Lesniak and Queen Monica Dickson
Forty-five Wautoma High School seniors performed volunteer work at Willow Creek Park in Redgranite on April 22 to give back to the community.

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Wautoma/Wild Rose Warrior Nick Erickson putts on the green of the 18th hole as Andy Ryerson watches during the golf scramble held at Two Oaks North on Friday, April 24.

The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors competed in a three man scramble at Two Oaks North on Friday, April 24.

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The Westfield Forensics state qualifiers pictured are: (back row): Samuel Shirley, Zane Kittleson, Andrew Smith, Hunter Cummings, and Cameron Marshall; (middle row):  Hailey McLaughlin, Melissa Czerwinski, Kali Gardner, Kaycee Verdine, Robynn Leverich, Breanna Baljo, Haley Decker, Emma Stalker, and Kaity Weishaar; (front row): Kaytlan Huff, Kayla Anagnostopoulos, Brianna Zajda, Tess Radtke, Leigh Huber, Hailey Huber, and Lexi Stauffacher.

The Westfield High School Forensics team concluded a successful season at the state festival at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on April 18.