New Richmond News
Neil Bakke and Brent Schulze of Monarch Paving Company were presented with a Patriot Award by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve representative Mike Kastens in recognition of extraordinary support of one of their employees serving in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. The presentation took place at 8:30 a.m. Aug. 9, at Monarch Paving Company, 1432 County Road G, New Richmond.
The New Richmond School District supervisor of school nutrition Bobbie Guyette and St. Mary's School Principal Laura Jo Jarchow announced its policy for children unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program. Each school office and the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.
After a 10-year hiatus, Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College is bringing back the selling principles class this fall. Several business owners had lamented that local sales training was not available, and thought back to the popular and valuable course that WITC offered. They asked for a comeback and WITC agreed.
On June 10, a stone dedication ceremony took place at The Highground Veterans Memorial Park near Neillsville, Wis. Family and friends came to honor Frederick H. Bauermeister of New Richmond. He served from 1952-1979.
The final concert of the popular Heritage Hillside Series is Wednesday, Aug. 16, and will feature some of the best country music in the area, Trigger Happy. Pack up your picnic supper, bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy great music from 6:30-8 p.m.
Three young ladies are competing for Miss Hammond amid the Hammond Heartland Days festivities. The pageant will be held at 5 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 13, at the St. Croix Central High School. The candidates' profile are featured below. Molly Diaz Parents — Felix and Christina Diaz Siblings — Steven and Jake Sponsor — Hammond Golf Club Community activities and groups — Volunteer at the YMCA, Youth in Government
As the culmination of the Old Gem's second 2017 Summer Theater Camp session, the Young Performers Ensemble will present an abridged "Bye Bye Birdie." The Old Gem's second summer session focused on musical theater and this abridged version of "Bye Bye Birdie" provides the perfect opportunity to showcase the students' singing and dancing. Life in a small, early 1960s era Ohio town is upset when teen idol, Conrad Birdie, is called up for the draft and he comes to town to deliver "one last kiss" to the lucky president of his fan club as a publicity stunt.
The Heritage Hillside Series continues at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9with Greenwood Tree, a duo that has been a part of the series in the past. Greenwood Tree performs lively, lyrical traditional music of the British Isles, a blend of lively jigs and reels, haunting airs, and sweet waltzes, with melodies deftly traded between instruments. Greenwood Tree is the duo of Bill Cagley (guitar, mandolin, bodhran and limberjack) and Stu Janis (hammered dulcimer, bowed psaltery and concertina).
MANITOWOC, Wis. — Lakeside Foods Inc. is celebrating 130 years of business.
Sue Orfield and her band, AcoustiHoo, return Wednesday, Aug. 2, to the Heritage Hillside Series at the New Richmond Heritage Center bandstand. Pack a picnic supper, bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy music from 6:30-8 p.m.