The dive teams from Redgranite, Neshkoro and Wautoma held a simulated rescue at the Redgranite Quarry on May 13. During their training, the divers located a mannequin that was placed in the quarry earlier in the day, wrapped it in a body bag and brought it the surface. After the mannequin was recovered, Redgranite Dive Team members Keenan Lumby and Steve Kiernicki brought the mannequin to shore in a boat.

The Redgranite, Neshkoro and Wautoma Dive Teams held a simulated dive rescue at the Redgranite Quarry on May 13.

The dive teams from Redgranite, Neshkoro and Wautoma held a simulated rescue at the Redgranite Quarry on May 13. During their training, the divers located a mannequin that was placed in the quarry earlier in the day, wrapped it in a body bag and brought it the surface. After the mannequin was recovered, Redgranite Dive Team members Keenan Lumby and Steve Kiernicki brought the mannequin to shore in a boat.

Four-year-old Maliyah Goehring of Random Lake gave a little pep talk to her heifer Dream Girl prior to going into the show ring during the Central Wisconsin Spring Fling Cattle Show on May 13. The two-day cattle show was held May 12 and 13 at the Waushara County Fairgrounds in Wautoma.

Waushara County’s Emergency Medical Services’ 45 full and part-time paramedics, EMTs and Advanced EMTs will celebrate Emergency Medical Services Week from May 21-27.

The Fit Friends for Life Group recently announced their newest campaign, a Diaper Drive to be held throughout Waushara County through July 9 to benefit families who are in need. The diapers will be donated to the Waushara County Food Pantry for distribution. Pictured are: (back row): Beth Burdick, Helena Waala, Mary Brooks, Mary Plach, Susie Robertson, Kathy Auck, Tess DeStefanis and Susie Stenz; (front row): Carol Rondou, Barbara Lapp, Judy Gierach, Sue Sullivan and Linda Justin.

The Fit Friends for Life Group from Wautoma Fitness 24/7, with help from Thrivent Action Team Funds, recently launched their Waushara County Diaper Drive to benefit families who struggle with purchasing diaper supplies.

The Fit Friends for Life Group recently announced their newest campaign, a Diaper Drive to be held throughout Waushara County through July 9 to benefit families who are in need. The diapers will be donated to the Waushara County Food Pantry for distribution. Pictured are: (back row): Beth Burdick, Helena Waala, Mary Brooks, Mary Plach, Susie Robertson, Kathy Auck, Tess DeStefanis and Susie Stenz; (front row): Carol Rondou, Barbara Lapp, Judy Gierach, Sue Sullivan and Linda Justin.

The American Legion Daniel Dopp Post 370 of Wild Rose will move a Bell AH-1 Huey Cobra attack helicopter from the Vietnam War to its final resting place on the Wild Rose Lions Club property, south of the Village of Wild Rose, on May 24.

Almond-Bancroft eighth graders Halie Stucker and Chloee Dernbach prepare cement for solar panel racks during the solar panel installation at the school on May 5.

A private donor and CESA 5 grant sponsored the Almond-Bancroft School solar panels that were installed recently with help from Mid State Technical College and Almond-Bancroft sixth, seventh and eighth grade students.

Almond-Bancroft eighth graders Halie Stucker and Chloee Dernbach prepare cement for solar panel racks during the solar panel installation at the school on May 5.
The dive teams from Redgranite, Neshkoro and Wautoma held a simulated rescue at the Redgranite Quarry on May 13. During their training, the divers located a mannequin that was placed in the quarry earlier in the day, wrapped it in a body bag and brought it the surface. After the mannequin was recovered, Redgranite Dive Team members Keenan Lumby and Steve Kiernicki brought the mannequin to shore in a boat.
The Fit Friends for Life Group recently announced their newest campaign, a Diaper Drive to be held throughout Waushara County through July 9 to benefit families who are in need. The diapers will be donated to the Waushara County Food Pantry for distribution. Pictured are: (back row): Beth Burdick, Helena Waala, Mary Brooks, Mary Plach, Susie Robertson, Kathy Auck, Tess DeStefanis and Susie Stenz; (front row): Carol Rondou, Barbara Lapp, Judy Gierach, Sue Sullivan and Linda Justin.
Almond-Bancroft eighth graders Halie Stucker and Chloee Dernbach prepare cement for solar panel racks during the solar panel installation at the school on May 5.

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Sports

Wild Rose’s Mike Fitzgerald won first place with a time of 16.80 while competing in the 110 Meter Hurdles at the Central Wisconsin Conference-10 Meet at Tri-County High School on May 12.

The Wild Rose boys track and field team took first place with 220 points after 17 events at the Central Wisconsin Conference-10 Meet on May 12 at Tri-County High School.

Community

Westfield High School senior Catelin Krueger was recently presented the school’s highest agricultural honor, the DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award, sponsored by Monsanto Company.