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Sauk Prairie School District retirees reflect on time with students

By Ellen Paul

 

Sauk Prairie Police holding local National Night Out event

The Sauk Prairie Police Department will be holding their own National Night Out event on Tuesday, August 6th, from 4 to 7 p.m., at Culver Community Park, 340 21st St, Prairie du Sac, WI.

Sauk Prairie kids participate in Sauk County Fair

Wisconsin Heights Players middle and high schoolers to act what they live


Wisconsin Heights Players middle school and high school youth will be performing “Just Another High School Play,” directed by Cherith Brown. Performances will be July 19th at 7 p.m., July 20th at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. and July 21st at 2 p.m. at the Mazomanie Community Building, 9 Brodhead Street, Downtown Mazomanie. Tickets are $10 online or at the door. Concessions will also be available. Tickets online here: www.eventbrite.com/e/just-another-high-school-play-tickets-943411779027 The cast, pictured above, left to right, is front row: Otto Szudy, Bri Sexton, Marcus Brown, Sophia Kogue, Lane Ruskosky, and Sydney Hooks. Middle row: Iszy O’Halek, Isabella Riese, Sydney Brown, Betty Robinson, and Eve Calvert. Top row: Brenna Schuetz, Charlie Crowson, Caleb Formo, Rylyn Krisel, and Gus Cavanagh. Missing from photo: Isabella Graedel. This play is a comedy that covers nearly every angle of the typical high school play with a dose of history and improvisation thrown in for good measure! A group of actors, who have apparently been abandoned by their drama teacher, have to fend for themselves opening night in front of a live audience. This play is sure to make you laugh. Come support this talented group of youth.

Wisconsin Heights Players middle school and high school youth will be performing “Just Another High School Play,” directed by Cherith Brown. Performances will be July 19th at 7 p.m., July 20th at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. and July 21st at 2 p.m. at the Mazomanie Community Building, 9 Brodhead Street, Downtown Mazomanie.

Restoration revives Wisconsin's oldest Free Thought Hall

Sauk City, Wisconsin, the oldest incorporated village in Wisconsin and home to the oldest volunteer fire department in the state, houses a hidden treasure of equal stature in its tree-lined streets: Park Hall, a simple yet elegant meeting hall built in 1844 and home to the Free Congregation of Sauk County, the oldest continuously operating F

Sauk Prairie Earthlings donate to Kitties on the Prairie


At the Sauk Prairie Earthlings May meeting, members presented a check to Kitties on the Prairie. The Earthlings 4H club collects money from the members in the club all year and once a year give Kitties on the Prairie a check. Every year the club votes on what organization to donate to. Claudia, from Kitties on the Prairie, has shared with our club that funds are used for things like cat food, vet bills and other things the kitties need. Pictured is member Harry handing the check to Claudia.

At the Sauk Prairie Earthlings May meeting, members presented a check to Kitties on the Prairie. The Earthlings 4H club collects money from the members in the club all year and once a year give Kitties on the Prairie a check.  Every year the club votes on what organization to donate to.

Sauk Prairie FFA member wins award

At the recent 95th Wisconsin FFA Convention Thea Harpold of the Sauk Prairie FFA achieved remarkable success by winning a proficiency award. She was the 2024 Wildlife Production and Management Proficiency winner. This proficiency is sponsored by Kenneth & Joyce Natzke and Richard & Sue Schultz.

When duty calls

Eric N. Ringelstetter, Lt. Col., F-35 Instructor Pilot and Squadron Commander of the 56th Training Squadron at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, AZ.  He is a 2001 Sauk Prairie High School graduate, 2005 University of Colorado-Boulder graduate, Masters in Advanced Military Studies from SAMS, Ft.

Mazomanie 4th of July

The schedule of events for Mazomanie’s 4th of July is as follows. All the festivities will be in Lion’s Park.

9 a.m.: Wisconsin Heights Youth Baseball Tournament

2-3:30 p.m.: Pool games and free root beer floats at the Mazomanie Pool. Pool and Splash Pad will be open all day.

Sauk Prairie business community lets the good times boil

The Sauk Prairie Area Chamber hosted the first annual ‘Let The Good Times Boil’ Community Expo on Thursday, June 20th. Sixty-eight regional businesses participated as exhibitors, and attendees were able to see local products, hear about job opportunities, listen to live music, and enjoy interactive games.

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