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Friends of Black Earth Library holding silent auction

The Friends of the Black Earth Public Library are holding a silent auction of donated arts and crafts as a fundraiser. Donated items will be on display at the library for bids from Nov. 16 to Dec. 20.

Ron’s Jam

The public is invited to an afternoon of ‘old time’ music on Friday, Nov. 8 at the Black Earth Fire Station meeting room (across from The Shoe Box).
The music is from 1-4 p.m. and includes some favorite ‘old time’, bluegrass, and country tunes on fiddle, guitar, banjo and dobro. All are welcome to attend this event.

Black Earth area Veterans to be added to memorial


Pictured, left to right: Tom Bennett, Dan Joyce, Joe Bomkamp, and Gary Ballweg. Their names are among the many being added to the memorial in Veterans Park in Black Earth on Veterans Day. Photo contributed

Pictured, left to right: Tom Bennett, Dan Joyce, Joe Bomkamp, and Gary Ballweg. Their names are among the many being added to the memorial in Veterans Park in Black Earth on Veterans Day.

Mazo holds drug takeback


Doug MacLain, right, and Mazomanie Deputy Kyle Keller, left, celebrate a successful drug takeback on Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Mazo Police Department. Keller estimates they collected over 50 pounds of medication. Photo by Kyle Keller

Doug MacLain, right, and Mazomanie Deputy Kyle Keller, left, celebrate a successful drug takeback on Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Mazo Police Department. Keller estimates they collected over 50 pounds of medication.

Iron Horse Community Choir planning Christmas show

All community members are invited to join the Iron Horse Community Choir which is forming for the annual Iron Horse Cornet Band Community Christmas Show to be held on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the Wisconsin Heights High School gymnasium. The choir will rehearse for the show on Monday evenings, Nov. 11, 18, 25, and Dec.

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by Mariah and Cheryl Schmidt

Mazomanie Lions crown Peace Poster winners


The 2019-20 International Peace Poster contest at Wisconsin Heights Middle School sponsored by the Mazomanie Lions Club has come to a close. This year’s theme was ‘Journey of Peace,’ and middle schoolers around the world are eligible to enter. The winners of this year’s contest as pictured left to right are Tucker Acker, first place; Katie Duhr, second place; Lauren Adler, third place, and Quinn Payne, winner of the people’s choice award. Photo contributed

The 2019-20 International Peace Poster contest at Wisconsin Heights Middle School sponsored by the Mazomanie Lions Club has come to a close. This year’s theme was ‘Journey of Peace,’ and middle schoolers around the world are eligible to enter.

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.

Final Walk with a Doc on Wolf Run Trail featured spectacular fall colors


Dr. Janelle Hupp of Sauk Prairie Healthcare Wisconsin Heights Clinic led the final Walk with a Doc of the season at Wolf Run Trail in Mazomanie late last Wednesday afternoon. The program encourages both outdoor activity and informal interaction with local physicians. The Wisconsin Heights Clinic program, which has drawn many regular attendees, with groups sometimes totaling over a dozen walkers, was originally scheduled for the first, second and third Wednesdays of May through August. Due to popular demand dates were extended through September, then again through October 16. Dr. Hupp and five walkers bundled up for the cool, breezy weather and went out to enjoy the view of the river, farms and hillsides from the covered bridge, returning just as the sun went down. The program is expected to resume in May 2020.

Dr. Janelle Hupp of Sauk Prairie Healthcare Wisconsin Heights Clinic led the final Walk with a Doc of the season at Wolf Run Trail in Mazomanie late last Wednesday afternoon. The program encourages both outdoor activity and informal interaction with local physicians.

Bingo at Micklesons-Martin

Micklesons-Martin American Legion Post 313, Black Earth, will host a BINGO party Sat., Nov. 2, at 6 p.m. in the Black Earth State Bank basement. Prizes will include turkeys and items from area businesses.

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