Pictured with Hudziak (middle) are WRFD Assistant Chief Jason Weiland (left) and Wild Rose Fire Chief Allen Luchini (right).

Wild Rose Fire Department member Gary Hudziak was recently honored for 50 years of active service at the Fire Department Appreciation Banquet. 

For the first time in the Wautoma High School football program’s history, the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association has named three players All-State honorees in the same season. Jason Podoll (offensive line), Demetrius Pinkston (defensive end), and Nathaniel Loging (running back) were recently awarded All-State Honorable Mention honors.

United Healthcare Community Plan, a BadgerCare HMO in Wisconsin, recently donated a freezer to the Waushara County Food Pantry. The mission of United Healthcare Community Plan is to help people live healthier lives serving 54 counties, including Waushara.

While a lot of people were watching to the Packers/Vikings game on Nov. 23 or out hunting, volunteers were ringing the Salvation Army bell for the Red Kettle Campaign. Bonnie Deke was one of those people, ringing the bell at the Larsen Co-operative in Wild Rose.

Tri-County Elementary School recently was awarded a $10,000 grant from the from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The school plans to purchase Chromebook and subscriptions to MobyMax, a software program designed to increase engagement and achievement in math.

Tri-County Area School District has received a $10,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Tri-County Elementary School will use the money to purchase Chromebook laptop computers and subscriptions to MobyMax, a software program designed to increase engagement and achievement in math.

The Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony welcoming Lunch Creek Winery, Neshkoro, as a new member on Nov. 21.

Pictured with Hudziak (middle) are WRFD Assistant Chief Jason Weiland (left) and Wild Rose Fire Chief Allen Luchini (right).
Tri-County Elementary School recently was awarded a $10,000 grant from the from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The school plans to purchase Chromebook and subscriptions to MobyMax, a software program designed to increase engagement and achievement in math.

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