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Wisconsin State Journal
Whitewater Community TV - Channel 98/990 Schedule
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WINTER SCHOOL CLOSINGS LIST
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Radio AM 940 WFAW -
WINTER SCHOOL CLOSINGS
Discover the Four Lakes Area
Jefferson County Living/
Urban Forestry Committee
John's Garbage, Recycle and Bulk Collections
Irvin L. Young Memorial Library
Community Development Authority
/Greater Whitewater Committee
Whitewater - Calendar
Rainbow Hospice Care - Whitewater plus
UWW Young Auditorium
Whitewater Country Club
Police Department Newsletters
Whitewater Area League of Women Voters Newsletters
Whitewater Arts Alliance Newsletters
For Seniors in the Park Newsletters
Assembly of God
For Area Jewish community - Beloit
Community of Christ the Servant
/Congregational - United Church of Christ
Church of the First Born
Kettle Moraine Baptist
LaGrange United Methodist Church
Episcopal Church /
Richmond United Methodist Church
John Evangelical Lutheran (WELS)
Universalist Church of the Lakes - For area Unitarian members - Elkhorn
Whitewater Bible Church
First Citizens Bank
University of WI Credit Union
Any City Organization that
would like a link in this column please use Email at the bottom of the page to
request a posting, thanks!
Bethel House -
Ecumenical Program for Families in Need
Cub Scouts Pack #173
Noah - Animal Rescue
Greater Whitewater Committee
Fourth of July Committee
Kiwanis Breakfast Club
Pig in the Park -
Touched By A Paw -No kill cat shelter and
UWW Women's Ultimate Frisbee Club
W3 - Working for
VFW Post 5470
will be meeting at the American Legion/Veterans Building on Wisconsin Street
the 3d Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
Whitewater Fiber Guild
Whitewater Hang Gliding Club
Area League of Women Voters
Whitewater Youth Basketball Club (WYBC)
Whitewater Youth Football League (WYFL)
Christian Science Monitor
Roll Call Capitol
Wisconsin Taxpayer Alliance
2011 - UWW Quarterback Club
Anderson Machining Service, Inc.
Brotoloc South Inc.
City Rescue Squad Looking for Emergency Technicians Basic
Generac Power Systems Job Opportunities
iPacesetters - data management, and CRM
Unified School District Job Opportunities
Veterinary Hospital - Full Time and Part Time Receptionists
Veterinary Hospital Web Page
Motors - Jobs
(More pictures to be posted later)
Daniela Porras congratulated by Kim
May 28 WHS Seniors
received more than $898,595 in scholarships during the Class of 2015
Scholarship Night program on Wednesday. About $140,000 plus from local
sources and the remainder from non-local sources. Fifty-four seniors received
the scholarships to the delight of family, friends, scholarship presenters and
community members and also in particular - parents.
Leading with the
scholarship amount, $149,500, was Sarah Schumacher. Sarah is one of three class
valedictorians and also recognized as a WIAA Scholar Athlete. She gathered in
three local $500 scholarships and $148,000 from Quincy College, IL, basketball
scholarship and a St. Francis Solanus scholarship. The following ten students
in order of dollar amounts: Ben Zaballos $100,100; Serra-Marie Anderson
$88,000; Forrest Spear $68,500; Joshua Pelayo $64,800; Hannah Tuinstra $62,500;
Katlyn Carlson $51,100; Courtney Henschel $49,000; Jason Shelbourn $47,340;
Yvanna Strait $41,700 and Daniela Porras $21,250. Daniela Porras was recognized
with scholarships 16 times with the next closest - Tyler Hill with
For the complete list of the students, the scholarship and
amount please note the non-local are indicated in
(May 27) Due to Memorial
Day - Trash Collection schedule for this week will be on Friday May
Haylee StachowFile picture courtesy of Bob
Allison Sedmak displays one of the many dramatic saves
she makes each game!
Alyson Quass places the ball so the Palmyra keeper was
not able to stop the ball's flight Pictures courtesy of Bob Mischka
into the corner of the
(May 26) Fran Achen Photo Competition Deadline Thursday June
Jeremy Reutebuch receives congratulations from Carter
Simmons, Music Director
of the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra!
Family and friends attended Jeremy's special
(Pictures courtesy of Kim Adams)
(May 26) Memorial Day
Events Picture potpourri
Led by the American Legion Honor Guard
WHS 2015 Badger Girls State Delegates Sarah
Ziolkowski, Sally Kate Hixson and Holly Hough
Shannon Kehoe, American Legion
Americanism Award; Justine Mischka VFW Scholarship recipient and Lauren Lohff,
American Legion Al and Doris Kolmos Scholarship recipient and Guest Speaker
Cadet Christopher Gilmore, UWW ROTC in front seat.
Jonathan Caldwell, Badger Boys State Delegate and
Joe Bullis American Legion Outstanding Athlete Award
Morgan Radaj, Jr. Miss Whitewater; Sage Spear,
Teen Miss Whitewater and Little Miss Whitewater Reagan Hammons
Friendly cheers for their friends in the Girl
Opening remarks from Steve
Smith, American Legion Adjutant, Program Parade Chairman and MC who introduced
the guest speaker. Steve is a retired officer and ex ROTC instructor.
Cadet Christopher Gilmore,
UWW ROTC, was the guest speaker. As a veteran and soon to be commissioned
officer he gave an interesting background of himself, the ROTC Program and his
future plans to be a member of an Infantry Ranger unit.
WHS Music Teacher Abigail
Pulvermacher directed the WHS band in a stirring rendition of the National
Anthem as well as rousing playing of the music of the 5 Armed Services as
veteran members of the particular services stood to be recognized.
American Legion firing squad of Rodney Lohff,
Robert Anschutz and Bob Paynter presented a rifle salute.
Jacob Zuehlke and Kit Zoesch, WHS band members,
concluded the event by playing TAPS
VFW and Knights of
Columbus Event at Berry Hall, St Patrick Catholic Church.
Welcome by VFW Commander, Ed Thele,
to the over 60 attendees. Ed noted the Memorial Day remembrance of those who
died in service and the Veteran Day honors of all veterans.
KC welcome by Steve Letillier, who
recognized several veterans who were also members of the KC Chapter and also
the service they provided.
Fr. Mark Niehaus, Pastor, St Patrick
Church, provided a memorial homily that related the Pentecost Sunday gospel
about the Holy Spirit and service provided by veterans.
VFW Member John Newhouse gave a VFW
VFW member Evan Wynn explained the
placement of the red (courage), white (purity) and blue (hope) flowers on the
wreath KC member Don Aleckson places a red flower on the wreath.
of Flags on graves of veterans at Hillside Cemetery on Wed. May
(Pictures courtesy of David Yochum)
American Legion Commander Steve Nass
brought flags for placement.
Congregational United Church of
Christ member Kay Robers (r), Event Coordinator, her daughter and supporter
help with the distribution to a large group of adults and children volunteers.
All volunteers were provided pizza by local businesses back at the church after
the flag placement.
Rosemary Metzdorf included placement of flag in
memory of her husband Terry.
Many families placed the flags.
Dawson Miller after winning Div III National
Championship in the 3000 meter steeplechase at Canton, NY.
For UWW Story
For Youtube video interview
(May 11) WHS Football
program has arranged with Eastbay to provide a means of purchasing Whippet
apparel on line, men and women and children. Orders are packaged and shipped
directly to your home. This is not a fundraiser, rather it is an opportunity to
acquire Whippet wear. The sale ends June 4th.
For ordering information
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