The bi-annual Roundy’s Foundation Focused on Feeding Families Tour visited Wautoma on Oct. 15 to make donations to the Waushara County Food Pantry, Waushara Community Church, and Crossroads Family Church. The truck was unloaded at the Wautoma Copps store with representatives from each pantry present to receive a portion of the 2,500 lbs.

Pictured serving a chicken dinner with all the trimmings to Mike Dornik are Legion Members Clarence Stratton, Bill Schmudlach, and George Wilson.

The 36th annual Harvest Dinner sponsored by the Hancock/Coloma American Legion Post #343 was held on Saturday, Oct. 18 at the Hancock Community Center. 

 
The Green Lake Area Animal Shelter Manager Janine Rubeck and Volunteer Fundraiser Mary Braatz, along with Ricky and Fred, celebrated receiving a check for $20,000 for building improvements from the Petco Foundation on Oct. 17. GLAAS plans to use the money to help fund an addition to the shelter for customer programs and cat space.

The Green Lake Area Animal Shelter (GLAAS) was recently awarded a $20,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to fund capital building expenses. 

Three Wildcat defenders stopped Williams Bay’s Branden O’Laughlin for short yardage early in the second quarter of the Oct. 17 football game. The Wildcats went on to defeat the Bulldogs 35-14 in the final home game of the regular season.

The Wild Rose Wildcats beat up on the Williams Bay Bulldogs for a 35-14 victory over the visitors in the Oct. 17 home football game.

Wautoma Quarterback Jack Eagan completes a pass while competing for the South Central Conference Championship during the final regular season game against the Mauston Golden Eagles. The Hornets went on to shut out Mauston, 35-0.

On Friday, Oct. 17 the Wautoma Hornets traveled to Mauston for their final regular season game with a lot on the line. With a win, the Hornets would take home the South Central Conference title outright and position themselves well to gain home field advantage throughout the playoffs. 

The Wild Rose girls’ volleyball team celebrated their victory against Rosholt immediately following the conference championship clinching point. Wild Rose defeated Rosholt 3 -1 (16-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-19) on Oct. 14 to secure their first conference championship in 26 years.

It ended with an exclamation point. Ladycat Senior Karlie Brzezinski hammered the ball home, off of a set from senior Emily Jirik, for the final point of the match, and just like that the drought was over. The Wild Rose Ladycats won their first volleyball Central Wisconsin Conference-10 championship in 26 years on Oct.

Pictured serving a chicken dinner with all the trimmings to Mike Dornik are Legion Members Clarence Stratton, Bill Schmudlach, and George Wilson.
The Green Lake Area Animal Shelter Manager Janine Rubeck and Volunteer Fundraiser Mary Braatz, along with Ricky and Fred, celebrated receiving a check for $20,000 for building improvements from the Petco Foundation on Oct. 17. GLAAS plans to use the money to help fund an addition to the shelter for customer programs and cat space.
Three Wildcat defenders stopped Williams Bay’s Branden O’Laughlin for short yardage early in the second quarter of the Oct. 17 football game. The Wildcats went on to defeat the Bulldogs 35-14 in the final home game of the regular season.
Wautoma Quarterback Jack Eagan completes a pass while competing for the South Central Conference Championship during the final regular season game against the Mauston Golden Eagles. The Hornets went on to shut out Mauston, 35-0.
The Wild Rose girls’ volleyball team celebrated their victory against Rosholt immediately following the conference championship clinching point. Wild Rose defeated Rosholt 3 -1 (16-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-19) on Oct. 14 to secure their first conference championship in 26 years.

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Three Wildcat defenders stopped Williams Bay’s Branden O’Laughlin for short yardage early in the second quarter of the Oct. 17 football game. The Wildcats went on to defeat the Bulldogs 35-14 in the final home game of the regular season.

The Wild Rose Wildcats beat up on the Williams Bay Bulldogs for a 35-14 victory over the visitors in the Oct. 17 home football game.

Community

The Kiwanis Club of Wild Rose is sponsoring its annual Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, Oct. 26 at the Lions Club Building on Hwy. 22.