Smokey the Bear could be seen hanging out at the Neshkoro Scarecrow Festival on Oct. 13.

 

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Those kids who participated in the Reach the Peak Kids Fun Run at Nordic Mountain on Oct. 13 gathered for a picture with their participation trophies. Tammy Bendling, ThedaCare VP at Berlin and Wild Rose, can be seen with some of the kids that participated.

At a recent meeting, Neshkoro Village Board members and Chief Randy Reilly celebrated the installation of the new Neshkoro medication disposal drop box with Sue Allen, UW-Extension educator and chair of Marquette County Healthy Communities Healthy Youth coalition. Pictured are: Sue Allen, Linda Gohlke, Chief Randy Reilly, Carey Koats, President Shawn Reetz, Tom Krueger, and Peter Braatz.

You can now properly dispose of prescription and store-bought medications in Neshkoro. A new medication drug drop box was recently installed at the Neshkoro Village Hall, 322 S. Main Street.

At a recent meeting, Neshkoro Village Board members and Chief Randy Reilly celebrated the installation of the new Neshkoro medication disposal drop box with Sue Allen, UW-Extension educator and chair of Marquette County Healthy Communities Healthy Youth coalition. Pictured are: Sue Allen, Linda Gohlke, Chief Randy Reilly, Carey Koats, President Shawn Reetz, Tom Krueger, and Peter Braatz.

The Wautoma Kiwanis Club donated $17,500 to the City of Wautoma for the restoration of the basketball court at Bird Creek Park, Wautoma, on Oct. 11.

At a recent meeting, Neshkoro Village Board members and Chief Randy Reilly celebrated the installation of the new Neshkoro medication disposal drop box with Sue Allen, UW-Extension educator and chair of Marquette County Healthy Communities Healthy Youth coalition. Pictured are: Sue Allen, Linda Gohlke, Chief Randy Reilly, Carey Koats, President Shawn Reetz, Tom Krueger, and Peter Braatz.

Correction

In last week’s Argus on page 6, stated that Laurie Piechowski was the County Cupboard manager. It should have stated Laurie Petruska was the manager. The Argus regrets this error.

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Sports

Westfield lost a tough match to Adams Friendship on Oct. 9 when they honored veterans and service members in Volley for Vets: 4-25, 25-23, 17-25, 20-25.

Community

According to the calendar, it’s Spring, so come to the Wautoma Public Library to get your free seeds and your garden started.