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Thu
23
Jan

Bartel and Pellowski recognized by Heights Optimists


The Optimist Club of the Wisconsin Heights Communities of Mazomanie and Black Earth announced their Quarterly Quality Student awards for this quarter they are high school junior, Kylan Bartel and Middle Schooler (8th grade) Will Pellowski. Kylan is described by his teachers as being brave, kind, considerate, and confident, while having a good heart. Whether it’s on the football field, in the classroom or on the stage, Kylan’s considerable talents and abilities shine. Despite some unique challenges in his life, he is always willing to lend a hand to others. Will is pleasant, personable, and dependable along with being an enthusiastic determined young man. He is a hard worker who honors his word and is willing to try challenging things. He helps others on any task and has a good sense of humor.

The Optimist Club of the Wisconsin Heights Communities of Mazomanie and Black Earth announced their Quarterly Quality Student awards for this quarter they are high school junior, Kylan Bartel and Middle Schooler (8th grade) Will Pellowski.

Thu
23
Jan

SP Optimist Club names Gavol as Middle Level Leader


Kassie Gavol is the Optimist Sauk Prairie Middle Level Leader for January. and was honored on January 15 at the SP Optimist meeting. She is an 8th grader and the daughter of John Gavol and Andrea Wyttenbach Gavol. Kassie was nominated by her teachers on Team L. They had this to say about Kassie: “In a class of over two-hundred students it can be hard to stand out but Kassie Gavol is an eighth grader that makes SPMS proud. Eighth grade teachers consistently ask their students to be leaders within the school and community and Kassie is an excellent role model for this covenant. This extends beyond the classroom. Kassie is the president of the Student Council. Within our classrooms, Kassie is an outstanding student that maximizes her opportunities and is a role model as well as leader by her actions. She is respectful and intentional about learning and practicing academic skills. Kassie has personality and purpose that permeate her actions everyday. Kassie is a leader at SPMS and in the vision of the Optimist Club, Kassie provides hope, a positive vision, and brings out the best in others.” Kassie is involved in Student Council, Show Choir, Cross Country and is a Mentor. Outside of school, she participates in club basketball and dance. Looking to the future, Kassie dreams of one day being a teacher, lawyer or maybe even the President of the United States! Pictured, left to right: SPMS Team L English Teacher Steve Lieberrt, Middle Level Leader Kassie Gavol, mother Andrea Wyttenbach Gavol, brother Sebastian (Bo) Gavol, and father Jon Gavol on January 15.

Kassie Gavol is the Optimist Sauk Prairie Middle Level Leader for January. and was honored on January 15 at the SP Optimist meeting.  She is an 8th grader and the daughter of John Gavol and Andrea Wyttenbach Gavol.  

Thu
23
Jan

Dennis Wood recognized for fifty years of service to Black Earth American Legion


Commander Dennis Wood receives a pin for 50 consecutive years of service to Micklesons-Martin Black Earth American Legion Post 313, from Legionaire John Esser.

Commander Dennis Wood receives a pin for 50 consecutive years of service to Micklesons-Martin Black Earth American Legion Post 313, from Legionaire John Esser.

Thu
23
Jan

Sauk Prairie Earthlings make birthday bags for food pantry


On January 13, 2020, the Sauk Prairie earthlings 4-H club decorated birthday bags for the Sauk Prairie Food Pantry. The bags are filled with things for a basic birthday party (like cake mix, plates, frosting a toy and balloons).

On January 13, 2020, the Sauk Prairie earthlings 4-H club decorated birthday bags for the Sauk Prairie Food Pantry. The bags are filled with things for a basic birthday party (like cake mix, plates, frosting a toy and balloons).

Thu
23
Jan

Heights Optimist Club hears about local radio station

The Wisconsin Heights Optimist Club of Mazomanie and Black Earth recently had speakers from WISY 92.5 radio station. 

Thu
23
Jan

Sun dog


Perhaps a dog’s favorite place during the winter is on the couch in the sun. Photo by Joe Block.

Perhaps a dog’s favorite place during the winter is on the couch in the sun.

Thu
23
Jan

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.

Thu
23
Jan

Grand Avenue 4th graders spend time with Pines residents

The Pines Senior Living in Prairie du Sac would like to thank the Grand Avenue Elementary School Fourth Graders for spending time with our residents over the past couple of months. They played fun active games together, including senior-friendly versions of basketball, tennis and even dodgeball.

Thu
23
Jan

Eagle Days include reflections from indigenous peoples


Art Shegonee presents at the Tripp Heritage Museum January 18 on the importance of Eagle feathers to the indigenous people. Shegonee is a member of Menominee and Potowatomi tribes in Wisconsin. Shegonee is involved in Eagle Days year after year with the blessing of the raptors before their release. Photo by Kristina Simmons

Art Shegonee presents at the Tripp Heritage Museum January 18 on the importance of Eagle feathers to the indigenous people. Shegonee is a member of Menominee and Potowatomi tribes in Wisconsin. Shegonee is involved in Eagle Days year after year with the blessing of the raptors before their release.

Thu
16
Jan

Arena News

Want to continue in the giving spirit?  The Arena Fire/EMS is sponsoring another Arena Community Blood Drive at the Fire/EMS Station on Friday, January 10, from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

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