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Shop local in Black Earth at Schwoerer Acres on Shop Small Saturday


Nichole Schwoerer

Schwoerer Acres is teaming up with several other Wisconsin small businesses for a special Shop Small Saturday market from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 26 at their farm, 9371 Turkey Rd. in Black Earth. 

Lydia Zajicek is Optimist Middle Level Leader


Lydia Zajicek is the Optimist Sauk Prairie Middle Level Leader for October. She is an 8th grader and the daughter of Justin and Sarah Zajicek.  Lydia was nominated by the music department.  Mr. Williams, her band teacher, said of Lydia, “Lydia always has a positive attitude and works hard - she is an absolute joy to be around and is a leader in the band. She knows how to lift others up and is always supportive of everyone.” Mrs. Gulsvig Dunn, her choir teacher, said, “Lydia is a fantastic music student. She is conscientious and advocates for herself whenever necessary. She is such a bright light and a joy to have in the classroom. Lydia has been a part of every musical activity she possibly could be and has always been a role model for other students. It has been so much fun watching her grow into a beautiful singer and performer the last three years.” At the Middle School Lydia is involved with the Musical starring as Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast this last weekend, Forensics, and Show Choir. Outside of school, she enjoys being part of 4H, community theater and dance.  After High School Lydia hopes to go college and become a teacher. She was honored at the November 19 SP Optimist meeting at the Jaybird Cafe and Spirits.     Picturred, Nancy Breunig, Optimist member and retired SPSD teacher/administrator; Jennifer Gulsvig Dunn, SPMS choir teacher; Marcia Colby, Lydia’s grandmother; Justin, Colby, Sarah and Lydia Zajicek ( SP Optimist’s October Middle Level Leader), and Tricia Rodey, SPMS Principal on October 19 at the SP Optimist meeting at Jaybird Cafe and Spirits.

Lydia Zajicek is the Optimist Sauk Prairie Middle Level Leader for October. She is an 8th grader and the daughter of Justin and Sarah Zajicek. 

Carson Brickl is Optimist Student of the Month


Carson Brickl, son of Chad and Kristen Brickl, is the November Optimist Student of the Month. One of his teachers described him as “Someone who every day, not only strives to be the best he can be, but encourages others to do the same. He is a driven student that has great attention to details. In a time when it is not cool to be a “Try Hard”, he is a “Try Hard” in class and in athletics. I love how he has the strength to follow who he is and his passions in his life.” Sauk Prairie High School Assistant Principal Shane Been said, “He brings an energy and a positive attitude to everything that he does. Carson has served as a captain for both football and basketball this past year, and leads in the classroom as well.”  Outside of school, he has served on 6:8 mission trips, officiates youth sports, and mows lawns.  He is undecided on his college choice at this time. Pictured, left to right: Sauk Prairie High School Assistant Principal Shane Been, Optimist member Margaret Mauch, mother Kristen, Carson, November Optimist SPHS Student of the Month, and father Chad Brickl on November 2 at the Jaybird Cafe and Spirits.

Sauk Prairie and Black Earth Veterans honor those who fell during World War I

Sauk Prairie Veterans of Foreign Wars Lachmund-Cramer Post 7694 and Sauk City American Legion Kouni Reuter Post 167, conducted two  ceremonies on November 11, Veterans Day.  At 9:00 am, an inside public Veterans Day ceremony was conducted in the Grand Avenue Elementary School gymnasium.  Speaking before fourth and fifth graders of Grand

Local Eagle Scouts complete their projects

Matthew Ries and Ian Briscoe, both from Prairie du Sac Troop 173, earned BSA Scouting’s highest advancement, the Eagle Scout award. Matthew was recognized at a Court of Honor celebration on March 22nd at the Sauk Prairie VFW. Ian will be recognized at an Eagle Scout Ceremony on November 20th at the SPHS River Arts Center.

Mazomanie Historical Society Lyceum

The Mazomanie Historical Society will be holding a symposium on Mazomanie history at the Mazomanie District One EMS Building on Wednesday, November 16, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The EMS  Building is located at 316 W. Commercial Street (Highway 14).

From the Black Earth Historical Society

Black Earth Historical Society Celebrates 30 years

 

Mazomanie and Black Earth Community Events

American Legion sending gifts

 

Wisconsin Heights Players performing “Once Upon A High School”


Join the Wisconsin Heights Players youngest actors as they embark on an adventure crossover of fairy tale world and reality. A secret portal opens up and Cinderella’s Stepsisters enter real world high school in Once Upon a High School performed at the Mazomanie Community Building, (9 Brodhead Street, Mazomanie) November 11, 12 and 13th. Show times are 7:00 p.m. Friday, November 11, 2:00 and 7:00 p.m. Saturday, November 12 and 2:00 p.m. Sunday, November 13. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children under 18, free for 2 and under on a parent’s lap. Seats are limited and tickets are available online and at the door as availability allows. You can purchase tickets or give a donation to this community theater program through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/once-upon-a-high-school-tickets-449896150497 Concessions will be available for purchase.

Join the Wisconsin Heights Players youngest actors as they embark on an adventure crossover of fairy tale world and reality.  A secret portal opens up and Cinderella’s Stepsisters enter real world high school in Once Upon a High School performed at the Mazomanie Community Building, (9 Brodhead Street, Mazomanie) November 11, 12 and 13th.

Good Neighbor Clinic looking for nurses

The Good Neighbor Clinic of Sauk Prairie is looking for volunteer nurses to help staff our clinic in two capacities, Prescription Assistance Nurse (PAP) and Primary Care Nurse (PC). The Good Neighbor Clinic, is a community free clinic that provides quality health care to individuals who lack medical insurance and are in financial need.

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