Heaven Gatlin, 12, along with her grandfather, Mark Cayce, Wautoma, handed out flags for Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group to Waushara County Freedom Fest parade spectators. Coldwell Banker has been handing out flags at the Fourth of July parade in Wautoma for over 15 years. 

Madison and Maddox Rogers wait patiently for the annual Hancock Lions Parade to begin down Main Street.

The Wild Rose American Legion Daniel Dopp Post 370 led the Fourth of July parade in Mt. Morris, with the Saxeville-Springwater Fire Rescue truck following.

Jennifer Antonakis along with Jewel, 9, Jalessa, 7, Aubrey Asleson, 4, and Mason, 12, wait patiently for the Neshkoro fireworks to begin at River’s Edge Park on July 3.

Pictured are: (back row): Jalyn Piechowski, Larissa Piechowski, Ally Phillips, Autumn Harmel, Police Chief Kyle Tarr, Chris Duke, Sam Nagle, Trevor Larson, and Andrew Larson; (front row): Holli Nagle, Saya Pulver, Dallas Duke, and Andrew Larson.

The children attending the Redgranite Public Library Summer Reading Program on July 1 enjoyed a safety presentation by Redgranite Police Chief Kyle Tarr as well as a tour of the local police squad car.

Pictured are: (back row): Jalyn Piechowski, Larissa Piechowski, Ally Phillips, Autumn Harmel, Police Chief Kyle Tarr, Chris Duke, Sam Nagle, Trevor Larson, and Andrew Larson; (front row): Holli Nagle, Saya Pulver, Dallas Duke, and Andrew Larson.
Pictured are: (back row): Jalyn Piechowski, Larissa Piechowski, Ally Phillips, Autumn Harmel, Police Chief Kyle Tarr, Chris Duke, Sam Nagle, Trevor Larson, and Andrew Larson; (front row): Holli Nagle, Saya Pulver, Dallas Duke, and Andrew Larson.

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Peace Lutheran Church, Wautoma, invites ages 4K and up to Vacation Bible School this week through July 10, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.