Buzz spent the week with Mrs. Bunde, our School Counselor. During the first grade Guidance classes Buzz and the students learned and discussed a part of the human brain called, the amygdala.

Pastor Barb Girod and Jonelle Erickson posed for this picture after the ceremony and candle lighting at Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma, after the Out of Darkness event on Jan. 13.

Over a dozen members of the Waushara County area gave up their Sunday afternoon to attend the Out of Darkness event at Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma, and hear Jonelle Erickson speak on Jan. 13.

Pastor Barb Girod and Jonelle Erickson posed for this picture after the ceremony and candle lighting at Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma, after the Out of Darkness event on Jan. 13.

Bob and Joyce Dunn shared their expertise on leather crafting with the Tri-County’s 4th graders and their Heart to Heart partners.

Bill and Wendy Moll accepted a Blue Star Service Flag from Commander Bill Johnston of the American Legion Coloma/Hancock Post 343 during their Annual Christmas party on Jan. 13.

Pastor Barb Girod and Jonelle Erickson posed for this picture after the ceremony and candle lighting at Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma, after the Out of Darkness event on Jan. 13.

Correction

On the first page of section two in last weeks’ Argus, it was stated that Thrivent Financial sponsored the Hancock Christmas Party.

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Sports

Colton Buechner, a 4th grader at Tri County, took 2nd at the Mauston Youth Wrestling tournament on Jan. 13. Colton is nine-years-old and the son of Mike and Laura Buechner of Hancock.

Community

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.