Boris the Silvercryst Bull and Wautoma icon has returned after sustaining extensive damage by a vehicle on Sept. 13. The FAST Corporation from Sparta was able to repair Boris and return him home.

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Santa took ime out for a selfie with his elves, Jordon and Jacob Schmidt,  at the Hometown Christmas at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center in Wautoma on Dec. 13.  The show was sponsored by Cooperative Care, U.S.

Country singer, yodeler and recording artist Maggie Mae of Oxford performed for over 200 guests on Dec. 12 at the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center, W8220 Cottonville Rd., Wautoma.

The Wild Rose varsity boys’ basketball team volunteered to ring the Salvation Army bells at area businesses on Dec. 9 as part of the Red Kettle Campaign. Pictured at Lauritzen’s BP and Sport Shop are Nick Erickson, Evan Erickson, and Justin Ida.

Budda’s Toysland workers included: (back row): Carol Williams, Gary Williams, Matt Chase, Kathy Lamb, Kent Janish, Amy Janish, and Todd Pike (front row): Mary Pike, Santa, Bill Piwowarczyk, and Joleane Dorgan.

Budda’s in Plainfield held a special Budda’s Toyland Workshop on Dec. 7 to help raise money and collect gifts and canned goods for the Waushara Community Christmas Project. During the event, Budda’s Owners Kent and Amy Janish provided the person with a free drink when a toy was donated.

Natalie Galster, a student at Wautoma High School, and accomplished pianist and soloist, provided beautiful Christmas music during A Hometown Christmas at the McComb-Bruchs Performing Arts Center on Dec. 13.

Budda’s Toysland workers included: (back row): Carol Williams, Gary Williams, Matt Chase, Kathy Lamb, Kent Janish, Amy Janish, and Todd Pike (front row): Mary Pike, Santa, Bill Piwowarczyk, and Joleane Dorgan.

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