Rosalie Dahlen, 101, Wautoma, takes a moment to enjoy the nice weather and food during the Hope Lutheran congregation’s Country Fair with a Norwegian Flair held in Wautoma. Dahlen demonstrated making Letse and had prepared sandbakkels and fattigman for the Norwegian Bake Sale. 

Cousins Natalie Rowe, Brooklyn Rowe, Mara Gilabert, Carter Rowe, and Jackson Rowe gather together for the annual Coloma Chicken Chew parade held on Sunday, June 28.

Descendants of Pvt. Alfred E. Dewit pose for a photo after a Civil War graveside memorial dedication for Pvt. Dewitt at the Plainfield Cemetery on June 27. Pictured are: Sam, Tony, Jillian, Joe, and Julie Radtke.

On June 27, members of the Old Abe Camp #8, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War provided a graveside dedication at the Plainfield Cemetery for Pvt. Alfred E. Dewitt, a Civil War Veteran who served from 1864-65. The descendants of Pvt.

Descendants of Pvt. Alfred E. Dewit pose for a photo after a Civil War graveside memorial dedication for Pvt. Dewitt at the Plainfield Cemetery on June 27. Pictured are: Sam, Tony, Jillian, Joe, and Julie Radtke.

The Berlin Area Health Foundation recently received a $1,000 check from the Waushara Tavern League.

Descendants of Pvt. Alfred E. Dewit pose for a photo after a Civil War graveside memorial dedication for Pvt. Dewitt at the Plainfield Cemetery on June 27. Pictured are: Sam, Tony, Jillian, Joe, and Julie Radtke.

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Sports

Seventeen students from Wautoma competed in the Badger State Games track meet on June 20 at UW-LaCrosse. The Wautoma students performed well reaching many personal bests.

Community

A former Wild Rose music teacher Delores Weck, attended her first ever Over 50 Club Reunion of Wild Rose High School on June 27. Weck came from California to attend the annual event and provided a few words to the attendees.

The Wild Rose Over 50 Club Reunion was held June 27 at the Wild Rose Elementary School. The Reunion drew its largest crowd ever, hosting approximately 244 guests.