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Thu
25
Aug

Lehman column

It seemed like a good idea at the time. We could handle that, we thought, but now that the time is upon us, we realize that it is going to be a lot of work. Then again, anything worthwhile and fun usually is.

The Woven Hearts Quilt group at Tigerton has gotten smaller in the past couple of years, so we didn't think we would be able to have our bi-annual quilt show any more. Not only were there fewer of us, but those who are left are older.

Thu
25
Aug

Doing the dairy project proud

Many dedicated volunteers of the 4-H Dairy Key Committee work throughout the year to keep the dairy project a well-oiled machine. Chairperson Jeff Styczynski has been in the position for several years.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"I have great dedicated and loyal people who help," Jeff said. "That's what makes this work."<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Their biggest event is the junior exhibit at the fair, which includes kids from ages 9-18. The work begins before the fair starts with setting up the barns and putting in the bedding.

Thu
25
Aug

Doing the dairy project proud

Many dedicated volunteers of the 4-H Dairy Key Committee work throughout the year to keep the dairy project a well-oiled machine. Chairperson Jeff Styczynski has been in the position for several years.

"I have great dedicated and loyal people who help," Jeff said. "That's what makes this work."

Thu
25
Aug

Meet Diane Wendorff

Diane Wendorff was born and raised in Michigan, moving to Shawano with her family in the late 1970s. She attended St. James Lutheran School and graduated from Shawano High School. She worked at McDonalds for 10 years.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Currently, she works for the Shawano School District in food service at Hillcrest Primary School. Her husband, Michael, works for the Shawano County Highway Department. They have a son, Tyler, a senior at Shawano Community High School.

Thu
25
Aug

Meet Diane Wendorff

Diane Wendorff was born and raised in Michigan, moving to Shawano with her family in the late 1970s. She attended St. James Lutheran School and graduated from Shawano High School. She worked at McDonalds for 10 years.

Thu
25
Aug

A hundred miles

For the second year in a row, two former Marines plan an ambitious hike to help raise donations for troops serving overseas.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Known as the "Old Dogs that Care," Shannon Anker and Chad Hintz of Pulaski, both 38, will walk from Wausau to Green Bay next month to raise funds for military care packages.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The walk, set to begin Sept. 15, will take the best friends 100 miles along the length of the Mountain Bay Trail, which runs through Shawano.

Thu
25
Aug

A hundred miles

For the second year in a row, two former Marines plan an ambitious hike to help raise donations for troops serving overseas.

Known as the "Old Dogs that Care," Shannon Anker and Chad Hintz of Pulaski, both 38, will walk from Wausau to Green Bay next month to raise funds for military care packages.

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