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Notes for the Week - March 2nd

Wakanda Elementary first grade teacher Tina Buchholtz received a Tools for Schools grant from WQOW and Asher Lasting Exteriors. Watch the clip from WQOW here.


Posted by Stepping Stones regarding the demolition of their old building which had been the C3 Center: Built in 1954, it was a family feed mill for over 30 years, then a space for our food pantry, the United Way C3 Center, and now the future home of our emergency shelter. It's a space that keeps giving to our community, and today we say goodbye and thank you.


The Weathered Barns of Dunn County exhibit is up through March 25th at the Rassbach Museum. Here's a nice article that appeared in Volume One recently.


From the Menomonie Police Department: The newly installed pedestrian lights on Stout Road are up and running. Please be aware when driving and be prepared to slow and stop when people are crossing.


The Menomonie Theater Guild's production of Almost, Maine is coming up next weekend. Here is an interview with the director and one of the cast members that was on WEAU this week.


Mark your calendars for the 2023 Dunn County Fair - July 26-30. The theme was just announced it is Fun for the Whole Herd!


The Green Bay Packers are having a student art contest. This is for students middle school through college. Many great prizes. Find more information here.


Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Menomonie is looking for handbell players for Sunday, March 26th, 9am service. Rehearsals 6:30-7:30 on Thursday starting tonight (3/2). Music is Level 1 & Level 2.


The Remember Project is a community of professional theatre artists that believes in building a more dementia-capable Minnesota and Wisconsin by using the arts. Check out their website for more information.


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