by Norm Duesterhoeft
by Norm Duesterhoeft
Santa could be found jamming to some Christmas tunes while collecting donations for the Salvation Army at Copps, Wautoma, on Dec. 20.
On Dec. 1, Revita Dance Studio, Westfield, had their December Varieta’ “Pay It Forward” recital at the Westfield Area High School.
On Dec. 1, Revita Dance Studio, Westfield, had did a “Pay It Forward” recital at Westfield Area High School.
Redgranite 2nd and 3rd graders Madalynn Malin, Adysen Tetzlaff, Layla Youngblood, Blake Wakeley, and Carson Myers sing together during a Christmas concert held at the Redgranite Elementary School o
ChiroPlus Complementary Healthcare employee Tara Anderson (middle) recently delivered a donation to the Waushara County Food Pantry, Wautoma.
The Marquette County Health Department recen-tly announced the 2019 immunization clinics sche-dule.
On Dec. 19, several children attended Leon Saxeville Library’s Story Hour in Pine River. During this time, a train was set up in the Children’s Area for kids to enjoy.
The Leon Saxeville Library in Pine River is a busy place. Santa and Mrs. Claus paid the kids a visit recently to have cookies with the 70 people that attended.
Written by Deb Premo with contributions from Jessica Anders, Kaitlyn Albrecht, Eric Highlander, Penny Meek, Craig Panich, Ben Thompson, Lindsey Hess, and Jennifer Erickson
Prior to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors meeting at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma on Dec.
For Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett, the Dec.
Wild Rose Kiwanis member Dan Arndt was found ringing the Salvation Army Red Kettle bell at the Wild Rose C-Store on Dec. 15 during a matching funds campaign.
Chris Bliesner could be seen and heard playing the harmonics while ringing the Salvation Army Red Kettle bell at the Farmers State Bank in Wild Rose during a matching funds drive on Dec. 14.
On Dec. 17, Santa made a surprise stop at the Poy Sippi Library and read the story “A Magical Winter” by Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick.
On Dec. 14, residents at Heartland House, Wautoma, spent the morning baking cookies, and in the afternoon they decorated their own cookies.
Mary Ann Bolan, Joyce Pindel, Marc Pindel, and Joergens Steubs visited while eating at the Old National Bank in Wautoma during the Business After Five event held Dec. 12.
On the first page of section two in last weeks’ Argus, it was stated that Thrivent Financial sponsored the Hancock Christmas Party.
Wautoma High School Choir performs during a Dec. 10 Christmas concert held at the PAC. With the leadership of director Josh Barker, the choir performed bequtiful songs for the audience.
Wautoma High School Concert Band member Kelsi Schmitz played her clarinet in “Sleigh Ride,” written by Leroy Anderson, during “A Winter Concert” at the McComb-Bruchs Performing Art Center in Wautom
The Carol of the Bells was sung by the Wild Rose High School Choir during a concert held Dec. 10, with Michael Etzwiler directing.
The Wild Rose Scholarship Foundation held a meeting prior to the School Board meeting on Dec. 13.
On Dec. 13, the Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed Todd Wahler as their guest speaker at the morning meeting held at Culver’s, Wautoma.
During Parkside Middle School’s Winter Concert on Dec. 11 at the Performing Arts Center, Wautoma, the Hornet Harmonics were introduced to the audience.
The winners of the 24th Annual Dickens Quilt Show were announced recently. Though there were many winners from across Wisconsin, there was a winner from Wautoma.