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Thu
09
Jan

Executive Director of Wisconsin Democracy Campaign to speak about Dr. Martin Luther King in Spring Green


Matt Rothschild

Matt Rothschild, executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, will be guest speaker at the annual birthday observance of Dr. Martin Luther King beginning at 1 p.m. Saturday, January 25, 2020.

Thu
09
Jan

Library on wheels visiting Bluffview every week

Your public library on wheels will be at Bluffview every Saturday from 1-2 p.m. The Dane County Library Service bookmobile will make a weekly stop in the parking lot for the Center of Hope Church from 1-2 p.m.

Thu
09
Jan

Join Sauk Prairie Optimist Club every week

The Sauk Prairie Optimist Club meets at the following times: 1st week of the month: Wednesday, noon; 2nd week of the month: Wednesday, 7 a.m.; 3rd week of the month: Wednesday 7 a.m.; 4th week of the month: Wednesday, 7 a.m.

Thu
09
Jan

67 acre park coming to Sauk Prairie


A rendering of the new Culver Community Park

The Friends of Sauk Prairie Parks and Recreation is eager to announce their plan to transform 67 acres in our community into Culver Community Park, located north of Sauk Prairie Road, adjacent to Sauk Prairie Healthcare campus and Westwynde neighborhood. Innovatively designed, the park will be suitable for all ages, interests and abilities. 

Thu
09
Jan

Grand Avenue 4th graders raise over $2,000 for food pantry

The Grand Avenue fourth grade students held a read-a-thon to raise money for the Sauk Prairie Food Pantry. Our very generous families raised $2,058.36!. Here are our fourth grade students presenting a check to Carol Gagnon, and her daughter Rose, from the food pantry. Thank you to everyone who donated!

Thu
09
Jan

Georgiana Gernon is Sauk Prairie Hospital’s New Years baby

Georgiana Gernon, arrived at 2:11 a.m. New Year’s Day. She is the fourth daughter to Autumn and George, the proud parents. She also has three older sisters, a step-brother, and a one year old aunt.

Thu
02
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
02
Jan

Coffee With A Cop

Coffee With a Cop is a monthly meeting with the public between the Black Earth Police Department, in partnership with the Dane County Sheriff’s Office. It is held the 2nd Thursday of each month in the Black Earth municipal building, from 9-11 a.m. Join your neighbors and police officers for conversation and information.

Thu
02
Jan

Hertzfeldt is SPHS December Optimist of the Month


Garrett Hertzfeldt, son of Mark and Shelley Hertzfeldt, was selected by Sauk Prairie High School as the December Optimist of the Month and was honored at the Dec. 18 Optimist meeting. Garrett was selected for his kindness, empathy, and honesty. “He has been observed taking the “high road” even when his peers have chosen otherwise. He has been a three season athlete for all four years of high school excelling in many sports.” Assistant SPHS Principal Shane Been used four words/phrases to describe him- “tough, trustworthy, dedicated, and a hard worker.” Garrett will be attending the University of Dubuque to continue his schooling and to play football. He intends on majoring in aviation and would like to become a pilot. Pictured, left to right: Shane Been, Sauk Prairie High School Assistant Principal, Garrett Hertzfeldt, Optimist December Student of the Month, Shelley and Mark Hertzfeldt after Garrett was honored at the December 18 Optimist Meeting.

 

Thu
02
Jan

Judge named Sauk Prairie Middle Level Leader


William (Will) Judge, son of Richard and Stephanie Judge and an eighth grader at Sauk Prairie Middle School, was selected as the SPMS Optimist December Middle Level Leader and was honored at the Sauk Prairie Optimists’ December 18 meeting. Will was nominated by his Art teacher, Therese Miskulin. In Ms. Miskulin’s words, she nominated Will “because he is one of the most pleasant students I have had in my art career. He comes to class with a great attitude and smile on his face. When a new student with disabilities was placed next to him in art class, he welcomed the student and made the new student feel part of the program. He is quiet and dedicated to his art, taking on the project with enthusiasm and showing his own visions of color and substance. He is truly a silent leader and I am so happy to have him in my class.” In school, Will is involved in basketball, track and is a sixth grade mentor. Outside of school, he enjoys soccer and spending time with family and friends. He dreams of one day attending the University of West Virginia or UW Madison to study medicine. Pictured, left to right: Ted Harter, SPMS Principal, Will Judge Optimist December Middle Level Leader, sisters Leisl and Helen Judge, and parents Richard and Stephanie Judge on Dec.18.

William (Will) Judge, son of Richard and Stephanie Judge and an eighth grader at Sauk Prairie Middle School, was selected as the SPMS Optimist December Middle Level Leader and was honored at the Sauk Prairie Optimists’ December 18 meeting. Will was nominated by his Art teacher, Therese Miskulin.  

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