Wautoma High School Physical Education Teacher Chris Sluke provided a tour of the new fitness center addition as well as the new equipment students and staff are able to use during the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Five event Jan. 13.

Medal Winners included: (front row): Hailey Decker, Andrew Smith, Hunter Cummings, Zane Kittleson; (back row): Alex Runnels, and Matthew McGrath. Not pictured: Gary Schaefer, Hospitality Services.

On Jan. 9 the Westfield DECA chapter attended the District Career Development Conference in Wisconsin Rapids. DECA is an association that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

The members of Wautoma Masonic Lodge #148 recently installed their officers for 2015.

Pictured are: Diane Biesek, Nick Schaars, James Uribe, Tommy Durrant, Cordell Sharp, Tyler Hutkowski, and Traeven Bates.

Students from Tri-County High School recently visited the Veterans Home at King to deliver some patriotic calendars they made to honor the veterans. This is the fourth year TCHS delivered calendars and holiday cards with messages written by the National Honors Society, Student Council, and Joe Raboin’s science classes. 

Wisconsin Department of Transportation recently presented the Wautoma Police Department with participation awards for the Drive Sober Get Pulled Over Mobilization held Aug. 15 through Sept. 1 and Click it or Ticket Mobilization held May 19 through June 1.

Mary Brott, Alliant Energy manager of account management, recently presented a check for $1,500 to Neshkoro Fire Chief Tom Krueger. The department plans to use the funds donated to paint the new grass rig and add a light bar and extra emergency lighting to the vehicle.

Medal Winners included: (front row): Hailey Decker, Andrew Smith, Hunter Cummings, Zane Kittleson; (back row): Alex Runnels, and Matthew McGrath. Not pictured: Gary Schaefer, Hospitality Services.
Pictured are: Diane Biesek, Nick Schaars, James Uribe, Tommy Durrant, Cordell Sharp, Tyler Hutkowski, and Traeven Bates.

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Wautoma/Wild Rose Warrior senior Taylor Rivers was named the Most Valuable Player at the Hillsboro Tiger Invite on Jan. 17. Rivers took first place in the 182 lbs.

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