New Richmond News
New Richmond Middle School student volunteers sported "Cat-in-the-Hat" hats while reading Dr. Seuss books to Starr Elementary Students in grades K-3 in honor of Dr. Seuss's Birthday.
New Richmond The Old Gem Theater's Young Performers Ensemble presents "Annie Jr." The show is a "By Kids, For Kids" production where an all-student cast performs popular plays and musicals. Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 23; 7 p.m. Friday, March 24; 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 25; and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 26.
New Richmond Middle School Four New Richmond Middle School students reached their goal of reading 20 chapter books to complete the NRMS Battle of the Books EXTREME Challenge. In first place was Elva Crist, Kira Schulze was second, Carly Rodriguez was third and Dominic Sumption was fourth.
Friday Memorial Library Relaxing in the warm sun on a lounge chair during spring break is the perfect time to catch up on your reading. Even if you aren't lucky enough to take a fabulous trip, these recently-released books will transport you to a different place in your mind. Read them now or put them on hold for warmer Wisconsin months.
Eleven WITC business students competed in the 2017 State Leadership Conference of Business Professionals of America (BPA) in Wausau and walked away with an array of awards, special recognition and a scholarship. New Richmond campus students scored in the top five of four competitions to qualify for the national convention in Orlando, Fla., in May. The team includes Chris Smith (Amery), Noah Hedlund (St. Croix Falls), Michelle Marshall (Houlton) and Michael Christianson (Woodbury, Minn.).
The Knights of Columbus recently presented the first- and second-place winners with their certificates in a series of recent Knights of Columbus competitions. The Knights of Columbus wish the best of luck to those students who continue on to the next level of competition.
Aaron Tenner and Travis Newham were honored Friday, Jan. 27, at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the American Legion Post 80, in New Richmond.
Somerset Somerset Elementary recently held its Family Math and Literacy Night, which had a superhero theme: Reading and Math are your Superpowers!
At its most recent meeting, the Roberts Ribbon Reapers created tie blankets for Grace Place, while dressing in red, white and pink for Red, White and Pink Night. The group also created valentines for the nursing home. Pictured are Judi Holmquist and club president Kathryn Morehauser with the tie blankets the group made during the meeting.
New Richmond St. Mary School is proud to announce the middle school students on the Honor Roll for second quarter. "A" Honor Roll Eighth-graders Ellie Barlow-Sager (daughter of Meagan Barlow and Corey Sager), Delaney Brown (daughter of Don and Louise Brown) and Katelyn Mehr (daughter of Michael and Jill Mehr). Seventh-graders Stephanie Brown (daughter of Don and Louise Brown), Carolin Fuchs (daughter of Michael and Monika Fuchs) and Hattie Harrold (daughter of Steve and Kate Harrold).