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Notes for the Week - 11/2

From the Menomonie Public Library Facebook page: Calling all artists, photographers, crafters, & more! The library is currently looking to display a variety of art in 2024. If you or someone you know are interested, send an e-mail to We can't wait to hear from you!


The Dunn County ADRC received a donation of large Overnight Prevail Underwear. First come, first serve basis at 3001 US Hwy 12 East in Menomonie 715-232-4006. From the Dunn County ADRC Facebook page.


For the second year, Dunn County has held a department/division pumpkin decorating contest. You can see the entries and winners in this short video.


Marion's Legacy has closed for good, and the space is now available for rent. Find more information about the space HERE.



Stepping Stones is looking for some coffee mugs. If you have some that you are willing to part with, you can drop them off at Stepping Stones at 1602 Stout Road. Please make sure they are work appropriate. Fun and creative mugs appreciated!


The Lion's Club posted a Please DO NOT feed the animals reminder. The animals at the game park are fed a balanced ration and anything else, including fruits and vegetables, can disrupt their digestive system causing illness, diarrhea, bloat or even death. Donations are welcome and appreciated to help the Lion's Club with the cost of food and care for the animals at the game park. You can donate HERE.


Here's a new mural that is going up in Topper's Pizza. This Blaze mural was designed by UW-Stout student Emily Faucett. She was assisted by Wade Lambrigtsen from the Vintage Sign Shop.


The City's Community Services Department has been out planting trees this week. So far this year they have planted over 150 trees.


Governor Evers was at UW Stout this week. While the interview didn't say a whole lot about Stout but focused on some other issues, you might want to check it out. You may see a familiar face or two. You can watch it HERE.


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