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New Heights Lutheran Church opens The Grove in Mazomanie

As the sun broke through the clouds last Saturday and a spring breeze blew, the community that is New Heights Lutheran Church opened to the public the culmination of a long dream—called The Grove—a regional community center and new home in Mazomanie.

Bseen Ethetics opens in Sauk City


The Sauk Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on March 12th for Bseen Esthetics. Owner, Tia Bauernhuber is a Licensed Esthetician specializing in facials, eyelash extensions, eyelash tint and lift, eyebrow tint and lamination, full body waxing and airbrush spray tans. To learn more, visit: https://bseenesthetics.glossgenius.com/ or stop into her new space at 603 Water Street, Sauk City, WI 53583.

The Sauk Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on March 12th for Bseen Esthetics. Owner, Tia Bauernhuber is a Licensed Esthetician specializing in facials, eyelash extensions, eyelash tint and lift, eyebrow tint and lamination, full body waxing and airbrush spray tans.

Sauk Prairie Earthlings donate to SP Food pantry


The Sauk Prairie Earthlings 4H Club collected items and baskets to donate to the Sauk Praireie Food Pantry.

The Sauk Prairie Earthlings 4H Club collected items and baskets to donate to the Sauk Praireie Food Pantry.

Mazomanie and Black Earth community news

Bricks on Legacy Walk

 

Sauk Prairie community news

A Night of Hope

 

Sauk Prairie Against Hunger is once again looking forward to hosting its Night of Hope at 6:8 on Friday, April 26th starting at 6 p.m.

Village of Prairie du Sac helps school district stay energy efficient with $40,000 in funding


Village staff delivers donation check to the Sauk Prairie School District for energy efficiency investments at High School. Pictured, left to right: Jeff Wright, Superintendent, Sauk Prairie School District; Alan Wildman, Village Administrator, Prairie du Sac; Chad Harnisch, Principal, Sauk Prairie High School; and Anna Stieve, Energy Services Manager, Village of Prairie du Sac.

The Village of Prairie du Sac, in partnership with its wholesale power supplier, presented the Sauk Prairie School District with over $40,000 in energy efficiency funding Monday, February 12th.

This funding contributed to the recent renovation and expansion of the Sauk Prairie High School.

Local group donates to SP Healthcare


Pictured, Judy Spencer (left) and Kathy Johnson (right), founders of SJS present a $10,000 check to Sauk Prairie Healthcare Foundation Executive Director Todd Wuerger (center). The funds will be used to support women’s health initiatives.

Twelve years ago, Kathy Johnson, Judy Spencer along with Kevin Schell started SJS, a non-profit organization to raise funds for cancer patients.  Their goal was to raise money that would stay in Sauk County.  

Black Earth Library Book Club member celebrates 101st birthday


At the Black Earth library’s recent book club meeting the members helped Charlotte Argraves, center, celebrate her 101st birthday. She has been a very active member of the group for many, many years. The unique dimension that she adds to the group with her lively discussions and insightful, historical views are appreciated by all. A club member says, “She is a very special woman and we all enjoy her so much.” Argraves has even offered to be the person to choose the book for her 102nd birthday next year.

At the Black Earth library’s recent book club meeting the members helped Charlotte Argraves, center, celebrate her 101st birthday. She has been a very active member of the group for many, many years. The unique dimension that she adds to the group with her lively discussions and insightful, historical views are appreciated by all.

St. Aloysius Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday

Divine Mercy Sunday was celebrated on April 7 at St.

Black Earth and Mazomanie community news

 

Black Earth Historical Society annual rummage sale

 

The largest annual rummage sale in Black Earth will be held at the History Center, 1022 Blue Mounds Street, Black Earth on Thursday and Friday, April 18 and 19, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. No early sales.

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