Flyte’s Fieldstones owners Carrie and Adam along with their children Mikayla, Tristan, and Taylor will serve as the host family for the annual Waushara County Dairy Breakfast on Sunday, June 28. The day will include music by “Old Time Sounds,” guided farm tours, a petting zoo, and live demonstrations on irrigation telemetry as well as drones. Flyte’s Fieldstones in located at W10770 State Road 21, Coloma.

The 28th annual Waushara County June Dairy Breakfast will be held at Flyte’s Fieldstones from 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sunday, June 28. 

Flyte’s Fieldstones owners Carrie and Adam along with their children Mikayla, Tristan, and Taylor will serve as the host family for the annual Waushara County Dairy Breakfast on Sunday, June 28. The day will include music by “Old Time Sounds,” guided farm tours, a petting zoo, and live demonstrations on irrigation telemetry as well as drones. Flyte’s Fieldstones in located at W10770 State Road 21, Coloma.

Ken Murkley, Berlin, stands proudly by his 1947 two-door Mercury Coupe, during the Wautoma Masonic Union Antique & Classic Car and Truck Show at Bird Creek Park, Wautoma on June 21.

The Huntsman, portrayed by Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre professional actor/director Trevor Catalano, warns Snow White, Katy Bray, the Evil Queen is after her heart during the production of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” held at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma, on June 19 a

Ralissa Rudolf and Ellery Wall were all smiles before taking an airplane ride with pilot Paul Paris, local EAA Chapter 1331 president, during the JAKES Youth Day. The airplane rides were given by certified pilots and members of the local EAA Chapter 1331.

On May 16 in Wild Rose, the 8th annual HEROES 2015 Musicales were “over the top” in every conceivable way. Simultaneously, Culver’s of Wautoma, with the leadership of owner Eric Roeske, shared a portion of their sales from 11a.m.-7p.m.

Waushara Industries, Inc. volunteers received recognition from the Vision 2020 Backpack Nutrition Program on June 19. Volunteers available to accept the award included: (back row): Eli Ashley, Jan Novak, Steve Rouse, Steve Foltz, Mary LaBlanc, Barb Johnson, and Lynda Worden; (middle row): Gary Grendson, Peggy Hetzel, Rita Storzbach, Peggy Pfalzgraf, Andi Pingel, and Patti Miller; (front row): Lorelei Mueller, Joni Sweeney, Robyn Arnone, and John Willhoite.

The Vision 2020 initiative of the Waushara Prevention Council, Inc. recently recognized Waushara Industries volunteers for their work to support the Vision 2020 Backpack Nutrition Program. 

Waushara Industries, Inc. volunteers received recognition from the Vision 2020 Backpack Nutrition Program on June 19. Volunteers available to accept the award included: (back row): Eli Ashley, Jan Novak, Steve Rouse, Steve Foltz, Mary LaBlanc, Barb Johnson, and Lynda Worden; (middle row): Gary Grendson, Peggy Hetzel, Rita Storzbach, Peggy Pfalzgraf, Andi Pingel, and Patti Miller; (front row): Lorelei Mueller, Joni Sweeney, Robyn Arnone, and John Willhoite.
Flyte’s Fieldstones owners Carrie and Adam along with their children Mikayla, Tristan, and Taylor will serve as the host family for the annual Waushara County Dairy Breakfast on Sunday, June 28. The day will include music by “Old Time Sounds,” guided farm tours, a petting zoo, and live demonstrations on irrigation telemetry as well as drones. Flyte’s Fieldstones in located at W10770 State Road 21, Coloma.
Waushara Industries, Inc. volunteers received recognition from the Vision 2020 Backpack Nutrition Program on June 19. Volunteers available to accept the award included: (back row): Eli Ashley, Jan Novak, Steve Rouse, Steve Foltz, Mary LaBlanc, Barb Johnson, and Lynda Worden; (middle row): Gary Grendson, Peggy Hetzel, Rita Storzbach, Peggy Pfalzgraf, Andi Pingel, and Patti Miller; (front row): Lorelei Mueller, Joni Sweeney, Robyn Arnone, and John Willhoite.

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The Wisconsin Inter-scholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) and other sports physicals will be conducted on Wednesday, July 8 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the CHN Medical Center-Wautoma.