Five-year-old Alexianna McElroy of Wild Rose visited with Santa and Mrs. Claus during Wild Rose’s Breakfast with Santa event held Dec. 8 at the Wild Rose Lions Club.

 

Mireya Duart sits on Mrs. Claus’s lap during the Hancock Christmas party for kids that was sponsored by Thrivent Financial on Dec. 8.

 

Family friends Abigail and Andrea Wilcox, and Hannah and Sarah Jensen attended the Redgranite Cookie Walk on Dec. 8. After picking up their cookie tin at the Redgranite Lions Hall, they walked the streets and enjoyed the Christmas music filling the air.

 

Ashley Miller (Toys for Tots), Michele Olson and Tracy Baster (County Employees): kneeling-Roxann Binkowki (County Employee).

On Friday, Dec. 7, Waushara County held its annual Holiday Luncheon for County employees and volunteers. Over 250 people were in attendance and for a short hour enjoyed food and fellowship.

Ashley Miller (Toys for Tots), Michele Olson and Tracy Baster (County Employees): kneeling-Roxann Binkowki (County Employee).

Iris Duran and Judy Burton talked with people about the importance of lead poisoning and having a proper car seat for children during the Waushara County Health Department Open House on Dec. 6 to celebrate 80 years.

In September, Vision 2020 issued a challenge at Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma, during a Poverty Awareness Event. Debbie Paavola, Department of Aging, took on this challenge of collecting 50 toothbrushes and 50 tubes of toothpaste.

Ashley Miller (Toys for Tots), Michele Olson and Tracy Baster (County Employees): kneeling-Roxann Binkowki (County Employee).

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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.