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.
Pictured are: Patrick Nehring, UW-Extension Waushara County, Chelsie Vezina, WACC executive director, and Patrick Reinsma, Wisconsin Department of Tourism.

On April 23, the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce (WACC) hosted a customer service seminar provided by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism and the University of Wisconsin-Extension at the World War II Memorial Building, Wautoma.

Pictured are: Patrick Nehring, UW-Extension Waushara County, Chelsie Vezina, WACC executive director, and Patrick Reinsma, Wisconsin Department of Tourism.
Forty-five Wautoma High School seniors performed volunteer work at Willow Creek Park in Redgranite on April 22 to give back to the community.
Pictured are: Patrick Nehring, UW-Extension Waushara County, Chelsie Vezina, WACC executive director, and Patrick Reinsma, Wisconsin Department of Tourism.

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Sports

The Wautoma High School Key Club will host a community kickball tournament on Saturday, May 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Bird Creek Park, Wautoma.

Community

The Friends of the Patterson Memorial Library (FPML) will hold the annual Mother’s Day Plant, Book and Bake at the Wild Rose Community Center and the Patterson Memorial Library on Saturday, May 9 f