Fifth grade students from Clay Lamberton Elementary School, Berlin, ran as a team on May 18 during the ThedaCare-Berlin 5K run for Cancer.
Correction: The Wautoma High School graduation ceremony is at 10:30 AM, not 10:00 as listed in the Class of 2019 supplement to the Argus.
On May 18, the Cabin Bar & Grill, Coloma, along with several community friends and volunteers, held a Ted Lewko Benefit Poker Run.
Honor Roll students at Westfield High School/Middle School were all smiles on May 15 as they enjoyed one of the favorite traditions in their school.
On May 16, the Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed AJ McCaskey and Dennis Williams as their guest speakers at their breakfast meeting held at Culver’s, Wautoma.
Ann Marie Althoff celebrated her retirement after 33 years at BMO Harris Bank, Wautoma, on May 17 with her friend and co-worker Tammy Pietrzak. Ann’s last day will be June 1.
The following are local Mid-State 2019 Graduates:
Almond – Medical Coder: Aubrey Korslin; Nursing: Audra Anderson; Paramedic Technician: Deidre Gumney.
London Longsine won the Physical Science award for his experiment on sound during the Science Fair held at Parkside Middle School on May 16.
Wild Rose’s Kinsey Reynolds was about to lose a first place position to Iola-Scandinavia’s Payton Wester as the fourth leg of the 1600m relay neared an end on the May 14 track meet held in Wild Ros
On May 16, the Wautoma/Wild Rose girls’ soccer team honored their senior athletes.
Fox Valley Technical College is excited to be offering a wide variety of classes this summer and fall.
The Leon-Saxeville Li-brary in Pine River has much to offer kids now through the end of summer.
The Blazing Stars 4H Club members recently made handmade paper flower bouquets to be placed on the dining tables at Heartland House, Wautoma.
The following local students graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on May 19.
Daisy Marie Zodrow, Neshkoro, School of Education, BS - Bachelor of Science.
Baby birds in the garden
by Christine Yesko
At the beginning of the year, third graders in Julie Petersen’s class at Redgranite Elementary School created a piece of art that could depict anything that came to their minds.
The Milwaukee County Zoo is hosting a Military & Veterans Family Day, sponsored by Thrivent Member Network South Wisconsin Region. The event will be on Sunday, June 30 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On May 15, the middle school students at St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Princeton were given the opportunity to walk the Labyrinth at Evensong in Green Lake.
The Wild Rose Lions Club, represented by Lions Sue Kulvich, Sandy Batten and Marty Phillips, presented their 2019 Scholarships to Wild Rose seniors Matt Wilbert, Hailey Soper and Logan Wood on May
The McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center in Wautoma is excited to announce the 2019-2020 Season with eight national and international touring acts in their main stage series along with educational
Waushara County UW Extension will hold its next Lunch & Learn on Tuesday, May 28 from Noon to 1 p.m. in the Demo Room of the lower level at the Waushara County Courthouse, Wautoma.
ThedaCare serves more than 600,000 people throughout Northeast and Central Wisconsin and has a mission of improving the health of the communities they serve.
Fox Valley Technical College in Wautoma is offering a CNA program this summer starting Monday, June 24.