Fox Valley Technical College’s (FVTC) Prosperity Center will be offering a free Career Development Workshop from 1-3 p.m. on Oct. 7, 14, and 21, at the FVTC-Wautoma Regional Center.
The Wild Rose Manor will host their 1st annual Harvest Fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Community Health Network is offering a healthcare career course for area high school students in the Lower Level Meeting Room at CHN-Berlin Memorial Hospital on Oct. 15 from noon until 3 p.m.
The Waushara-Wautoma Senior Community Center in partnership with the Waushara Prevention Council, Active Aging Committee, will host the 2nd annual Community Fair from 10 a.m.
On June 15-16, 75,000 walleye fingerlings were delivered to the Wild Rose Fish Hatchery. Five one-acre ponds held a total of 60,000 fingerlings.
St. Joseph’s Knights of Columbus Council 6228 Grand Knight Don Maes (right) presented Rick King (left) with a donation for the Waushara County Special Olympics during their meeting on Aug. 27.
Members of Habitat for Humanity held a groundbreaking for a new Wild Rose home on Sept.
Local author Jerry Apps gave a presentation about his latest book, “Wisconsin Agriculture, A History,” during his book launching party and signing at the Patterson Memorial Library, Wild Rose, on S
Matthias Amen, 4, Arlington, took a ride around the campground during Harvest Fest at Camp LuWiSoMo on Sept. 26.
Almond-Bancroft honored the 1955 football team during their homecoming game on Sept. 25. The 1955 team was the first team to play for Almond-Bancroft.
Taylor Schmidt, a 2015 Wautoma High School graduate, has been invited to join the UW-Stevens Point Instrumental Music Program with her flute on her way to becoming a music educator.