Wild Rose Art & Design students recently participated in the Central Wisconsin Regionals for the Visual Arts Classic, sponsored by the Wisconsin Art Education Association. This year the regional competition was on the UW-Stevens Point campus on March 13.

Pictured are (back row): Parkside Middle School Counselor Chandra McCarthy-Cardoso, Evan Gruszka, Tara Duket, Michela Wierzba, Brayden Rose, Logan Niles, Hector Paredes, and Vincent Zhang; (front row): Kayli Meckelberg, Averyana Lerma, Braeden Evert, Sam Aiken, Mackenzie Thom, Dakota Price, and Garrett Lehr. Not pictured: Noah Grimm.

The 7th graders from Parkside Middle School took a tour of local businesses on March 19 to learn first-hand how different types of businesses run and what they do for the local economy.

Wild Rose High School inducted new members into the National Honors Society with a ceremony on March 19. The students inducted received a message on scholarship, service, leadership and character.

On March 21 at 12:46 p.m., a vehicle driven by David Belfeuil, Redgranite, crossed the centerline on a curve and side a swiped northbound vehicle driven by Ryan Stafford on State Road 22, .3 miles south of 18th Road, Town of Rose. Both drivers reported possible injuries. No one was transported to the hospitals.

Pictured are: (back row): Justin Welch, Nolan Hinz, Travis Morin, Gabe Violett, Tim Young, Patrick O’Neill, Katie Snyder, and Josh Dawson; (middle row): Taylor Schmidt, Erin Coron, Jesse Johnson, and Ruby Battaglia; (front row): Jason Mugerauer, Zach Kubasta, Jacob Schmidt, and Nick Surprise. Not pictured: Katelyn Tobianski.

The Wautoma High School Show Choir had the opportunity to perform “Without you/Seasons of Love” from the Broadway musical “Rent” with The Broadway Boys during their performance at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center on March 21. 

City of Wautoma Mayor John Nixon and Eli Ashley, Marshfield Clinic AmeriCorps member serving the Waushara Prevention Council, Inc., volunteered at Riverview Elementary School on March 20 to distribute popcorn to classrooms for “Pop with a Cop” day. Nixon along with mayors across the country will celebrate Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service on April 7.

On April 7, City of Wautoma Mayor John Nixon will join mayors across the country in the third annual Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service to feature the impact of AmeriCorps and Senior Corps have on city challenges.

Pictured are (back row): Parkside Middle School Counselor Chandra McCarthy-Cardoso, Evan Gruszka, Tara Duket, Michela Wierzba, Brayden Rose, Logan Niles, Hector Paredes, and Vincent Zhang; (front row): Kayli Meckelberg, Averyana Lerma, Braeden Evert, Sam Aiken, Mackenzie Thom, Dakota Price, and Garrett Lehr. Not pictured: Noah Grimm.
Pictured are: (back row): Justin Welch, Nolan Hinz, Travis Morin, Gabe Violett, Tim Young, Patrick O’Neill, Katie Snyder, and Josh Dawson; (middle row): Taylor Schmidt, Erin Coron, Jesse Johnson, and Ruby Battaglia; (front row): Jason Mugerauer, Zach Kubasta, Jacob Schmidt, and Nick Surprise. Not pictured: Katelyn Tobianski.
City of Wautoma Mayor John Nixon and Eli Ashley, Marshfield Clinic AmeriCorps member serving the Waushara Prevention Council, Inc., volunteered at Riverview Elementary School on March 20 to distribute popcorn to classrooms for “Pop with a Cop” day. Nixon along with mayors across the country will celebrate Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service on April 7.

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In making the transition from winter to spring, Wild Rose High School acknowledged the athletes who participated in the winter sports programs during an awards ceremony held March 17.

Community

Wautoma High School senior Tricia Schneider performs an improvisational solo during the March 24 jazz band concert at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma.