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Project Linus ‘Make a Blanket Day’ coming to Arena on October 12th

Project Linus provides love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort through the gift of a new, handmade blanket or afghan created by volunteers “blanketeers.” to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need.

VFW offers essay contests

Sauk Prairie Veterans of Foreign Wars Lachmund-Cramer Post 7694 is again sponsoring two academic contests for students in the Sauk Prairie School District. The deadline for both contests is Oct. 31, 2019.

Sample Peruvian cuisine at Park Hall

On Oct. 9, food writer and stylist, chef and Peruvian cuisine specialist, Carlos Olaechea will present an evening entitled Discover Peruvian cuisine. The event will begin at 7 p.m. at Park Hall, 307 Polk St. in Sauk City.

St. Al’s holding 40 Days For Life

St. Aloysius Church and School in Sauk City is joining in with volunteer efforts in Madison and around the world by involving students and parishioners in various opportunities during 40 Days for Life this fall.

Chamber no longer holding Holiday Light Parade

This year, the Sauk Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to refocus their holiday efforts. They will no longer be hosting a Holiday Light Parade, but instead concentrating efforts to make Holly Jolly Sauk Prairie an even bigger and better event.

Olivia Flanagan is student of the month


Olivia Flanagan is student of the month for October. Left to right: SPHS Assistant Principal Shane Been, Olivia’s father Greg Flanagan, SP Optimist September Student of the Month Olivia Flanagan, mother Melissa Kropp and sister Ava Flanagan on September 25th. Photo contributed

Olivia Flanagan, daughter of Melissa Kropp and Greg Flanagan, was honored at the September 25th Optimist meeting as the September Student of the Month from Sauk Prairie High School.  Shane Been, SPHS Assistant Principal, said, “Olivia Flanagan is an outstanding student as she exemplifies being an EAGLE.

My Neighbor in Need

My Neighbor In Need has a website along with this news article, which connects those who have a need with those who wish to fulfill this need.

Turning back the clock


School is back in session! This image courtesy of the Mazomanie Historical Society, shows, Iva (Learnard) Ellis and twelve of her students posing outside. The date of this photo is unknown.

School is back in session! This image courtesy of the Mazomanie Historical Society, shows, Iva (Learnard) Ellis and twelve of her students posing outside. The date of this photo is unknown.

Meyer Insurance celebrates 100 years in business


Meyer Insurance Agency’s Lise Meyer Kobussen thanks those in attendance for her Sept. 19 celebration of the business’s centennial with her staff by her side. Photo contributed

When Rolf Meyer started Meyer Insurance back in 1919, roughly 30 percent of U.S. citizens had a telephone and little more had a stove. Very few residences had refrigerators and radios were sparse.

My Neighbor in Need

My Neighbor In Need has a website along with this news article, which connects those who have a need with those who wish to fulfill this need.

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