On Dec. 9, volunteers created an assembly line for packaging and delivering Christmas bags at the Poy Sippi Food Pantry. Pictured are: Chris Willis, Kate Teske, Harold Nigbor, Joel Sonnenberg, Diane Sonnenberg, Lloyd Everson, Lee Chase, John Cardelli, Donna Rew, Sharon Schmidt, Mark Henn, Connie Henn, Chris Waldhart, Germaine Schwebs, Carol Nelson, Kay Jeske, Gen Everson, Patti Langkau, Donna Booth, Jan Strehlow and Adell Jewel.

The Poy Sippi Food Pantry as well as many community organizations, churches and volunteers created Christmas bags for 49 families. With help from Mark Henn’s Thrivent Financial Team, the food pantry was able to distribute Christmas hams as well as the turkeys for Thanksgiving.

On Dec. 9, volunteers created an assembly line for packaging and delivering Christmas bags at the Poy Sippi Food Pantry. Pictured are: Chris Willis, Kate Teske, Harold Nigbor, Joel Sonnenberg, Diane Sonnenberg, Lloyd Everson, Lee Chase, John Cardelli, Donna Rew, Sharon Schmidt, Mark Henn, Connie Henn, Chris Waldhart, Germaine Schwebs, Carol Nelson, Kay Jeske, Gen Everson, Patti Langkau, Donna Booth, Jan Strehlow and Adell Jewel.

ThedaCare Medical Center-Wild Rose Director of Nursing Dawn Shuman, ThedaCare Medical Center-Wild Rose Volunteer President Sue Dowling, Wild Rose United Methodist Church Pastor Pam Priewe, and ThedaCare Medical Center-Wild Rose Volunteer Service Coordinator Kellie Donoho presented the lighting of

On Dec. 9, volunteers created an assembly line for packaging and delivering Christmas bags at the Poy Sippi Food Pantry. Pictured are: Chris Willis, Kate Teske, Harold Nigbor, Joel Sonnenberg, Diane Sonnenberg, Lloyd Everson, Lee Chase, John Cardelli, Donna Rew, Sharon Schmidt, Mark Henn, Connie Henn, Chris Waldhart, Germaine Schwebs, Carol Nelson, Kay Jeske, Gen Everson, Patti Langkau, Donna Booth, Jan Strehlow and Adell Jewel.

Pages

Sports

Pictured are: (back row): Wautoma High School Athletes: Jon Malnory, Brooke Blader-Lucht, Bailey Rheinheimer and Ryan Lois; (front row): Rachel Abbrederis, Kenzie Abbrederis and Jared Abbrederis. 

The Wautoma High School Athletic Program recently purchased a new Polaris Ranger from K & M Sales after receiving donations from alumnus Jared Abbrederis and his wife, Rachel, and the National