Robert Barnes was awarded a Quilt of Valor from the Pine Tree Needlers Quilt Guild on Sept. 8 during the 2nd Annual Waushara County Veterans Picnic at the Hancock Community Center.

Buzz stopped by Mrs. Laber’s first grade classroom at Riverview Elmentary this week to see their monarch butterflies! The class has been learning about the butterfly life cycle and even got to watch the metamorphosis happen right in their room.

The jackpot at the Wild Rose Lions Bingo climbed to well over $2,000 and was given away on Sept. 6 during the night’s session. Lions President Paul Fisher and Zone Chairman Dave Przekurat presented the check to the lucky winner Brianna Kulibert.

This 1955 Mercury Montclair owned by Russ Munig of Redgranite is seen passing through the Springwater Volunteer Covered Bridge in an earlier Wild Rose Classic Car Cruise. This year’s cruise will be held on Friday, Sept. 14, beginning at 6 p.m. Spectators are urged to pick their favorite spot to view the parade of classic cars as it winds its way through the Waushara County countryside.

Local businesses, organ-izations, and individuals have decorated Main Street in Wild Rose to help welcome the 11th annual Wild Rose Classic Car Show to the Roseville Shops this Saturday, Sept. 15.

This 1955 Mercury Montclair owned by Russ Munig of Redgranite is seen passing through the Springwater Volunteer Covered Bridge in an earlier Wild Rose Classic Car Cruise. This year’s cruise will be held on Friday, Sept. 14, beginning at 6 p.m. Spectators are urged to pick their favorite spot to view the parade of classic cars as it winds its way through the Waushara County countryside.
Eunice Stevens, Trustee of the Harry C. Schroeder Testamentary Trust presented checks last week to Al Luebben and Gary Christensen, representing the McComb/Bruchs PAC, Tommy Bohler, City Administrator, and Marv Nielsen, President of the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Citizens Center.

The balance in the Harry Schroeder Trust account is now being distributed due to the death of his son, Russell Schroeder.  The distributions to the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center, Inc., City of Wautoma and St.

Eunice Stevens, Trustee of the Harry C. Schroeder Testamentary Trust presented checks last week to Al Luebben and Gary Christensen, representing the McComb/Bruchs PAC, Tommy Bohler, City Administrator, and Marv Nielsen, President of the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Citizens Center.
This 1955 Mercury Montclair owned by Russ Munig of Redgranite is seen passing through the Springwater Volunteer Covered Bridge in an earlier Wild Rose Classic Car Cruise. This year’s cruise will be held on Friday, Sept. 14, beginning at 6 p.m. Spectators are urged to pick their favorite spot to view the parade of classic cars as it winds its way through the Waushara County countryside.
Eunice Stevens, Trustee of the Harry C. Schroeder Testamentary Trust presented checks last week to Al Luebben and Gary Christensen, representing the McComb/Bruchs PAC, Tommy Bohler, City Administrator, and Marv Nielsen, President of the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Citizens Center.

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September brings on all of the things that I like about the fall. The nights are cool and crisp, and the days are sunny and mild. The leaves start to change color.

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