Westfield Girls Basketball
Santa Claus made it a priority to participate in the Wautoma Christmas Parade on Nov. 29 so he could say hello to all the good children in Wautoma, sponsored by Wautoma Rotary.
Westfield Girls Basketball
Wautoma Girls Basketball Team
Tri-County High School Girls Basketball
Almond-Bancroft Girls Basketball
Santa and Mrs. Claus will be making a special appearance at Sluggers Sports Bar in Wild Rose on Sunday, Dec. 2 from 3-6 p.m.
This coming weeks Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign bell ringers at Shopko, Copps, and StoneRidge are;
World Kindness Day is celebrated worldwide, annually on Nov. 13. On this day, the hope is that people will attempt to make the world a better place by pledging acts of kindness toward one another.
Ringing the bell for Salvation Army, during Plainfield’s Royal Market Christmas Open House on Nov. 14, are Rachel and Noah Ballinger.
Ringing the bell for Salvation Army, during Plainfield’s Royal Market Christmas Open House on Nov. 14, are Maria Lauer and Lilly Pratt.
Glenda Warzynski and Jackie Sigourney look at the selections at the Hancock Holiday craft fair on Nov. 17 at the Hancock Community Center.
Karen Reynolds could be seen ringing the Salvation Army Red Kettle Bell while at the Patterson Memorial Library/Wild Rose Community Center on Nov. 17.
The holidays are meant to be a joyous time with family and friends.
Texture is the theme for the 22nd Annual Bowls for Hunger. Students and staff at Westfield Area High School are creating some exciting new dinnerware this year by exploring texture.
Jerry Apps read a portion of his latest book “Simple Things: Lessons from the Family Farm” during the Nov. 13 release of the book at Wild Rose’s Patterson Memorial Library.
Carol Maliszewski of Wild Rose and Jane Melby of Mt. Morris ate pancakes together at the Wild Rose American Legion Hall the evening of Nov. 16.
Tommy Bohler, Kyle McReath, Debbie and Steve Placek, and Lori Blietnick dined at the same table while at the Nov. 13 Business After Five event held at Blader’s Dakota Inn.
Reggie Vergin and John Trochinski sat down to eat at Blader’s Dakota Inn, the host of the Nov. 13 Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Five event.
th grader Alex Diesen, 7th grader Rhylee Christie, and 8th grader Zander Nelson were recently named Wild Rose’s Middle School Students of the Month.
Hayden Lauritzen and Abby Erickson were named Wild Rose’s High School Students of the Month.
Ali Calderone and Tessa Berger helped Hancock Library Director Lisa Eisch man the Hancock book sale on Nov. 17.
Nine Parkside A+ After School Students earned their Home Alone Babysitting Certificates after passing the class offered through Fox Valley Technical College on Nov. 3.
Parkside Middle school announced their October Character Awards.
The Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed speakers Ruth Bosman, a 17-years-old Foreign Exchange Student from the Netherlands, and Kate Williams, Ruth’s host Mother, to their meeting held at Culver’s on Nov