Wild Rose Manor will hold an Open House on Saturday, Feb. 23.
Michaela Stucker is a senior at Almond-Bancroft High School. Michaela has been working hard this year on her landscape acrylic paintings.
Student: Hayley Sroka
Title: “Foggy Daze”
On Feb. 16, the Leon Saxeville Library, Pine River, held a Mystery at the Library event where kids investigated the new children’s books purchased with a grant from the Pilcrow foundation.
Front Street Creations in Coloma held their first Sign Party on Feb. 8. “The Valentine themed event is just an example of one of the many classes we will be offering,” commented Ashley Hamilton.
The local American Red Cross is humbled to receive a most generous $500 gift from Culver’s of Wautoma, Aaron Pearson, owner. In addition to this gift, on HEROES Musicales Day, Saturday, April 27,
During the 2018-2019 school year, a group of Almond-Bancroft interested teachers and students came together to develop a plan for the school forest on Cty. Rd. J. (see map 1).
The County Cupboard recently donated to the Poy Sippi Food Pantry.Pictured are Cupboard Manager Laurie Petruska and Poy Sippi Food Pantry Representative Harold Nigbor.
Lori Szczublewski and Deb Sattler performed for residents and guests at Wild Rose Manor on Feb. 14 during their Valentine’s Day party.
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville an-nounced its Chancellor’s List, honoring those full-time students who earned the very highest academic honors in the fall 2018 semester.
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville celebrated its 201st commencement ceremonies Dec. 15 in Williams Fieldhouse. The milestone ceremonies included the awarding of master’s degrees.
Redgranite Public Library Director Deb Sadowski accepted a donation from Dennis Callewaert in memory of his wife, Chris. Chris had been an active member of the Redgranite Friends of the Library.
Wild Rose High School students Ian Christie and Carissa Erickson were recently named Students of the Month.
Wild Rose Middle School recently named their Students of the Month. Sixth grader Kaitlyn Harley-Little, seventh grader Abbigail McCardell, and eighth grader Brett Wilbert were recognized.
The Tri-County Area School District Forensics team went to conference on Feb. 11, and for the first time brought home the CWC Forensics Champions Quantitative 2019 trophy.
The Berlin Area School District (BASD) received a $4,000 Green Lake Basic Needs Fund grant from the Green Lake County/Ripon Community Foundation to expand and improve the district food pantry.
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by Christine Yesko
The evening of Feb. 13, residents, family, staff, and volunteers at Heartland House, Wautoma, gathered for the annual Valentine’s Day Dance.
The Wild Rose School Board favored a recom-mendation to run a summer program during a Feb. 14 meeting.
On Feb. 9, the Coloma Pathfinders Snowmobile Club held their 4th annual Radar Run in conjunction with the Coloma Lions Fisheree.
The University of Wis-consin-Milwaukee recently named Desiree DiBerardino, Redgranite, to the College of Letters and Science Dean’s Honor List for the Fall 2018 semester.
County Cupboard Assistant Manager Lori Sacharski recently presented Linda Steffen, Saxeville Food Pantry representative, with a donation.
The staff at Barbola Funeral Chapel - David Hempel, David Barbola, and Lisa J. Lee were on hand to greet guests as they hosted the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Five on Feb.