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Notes for the week - September 28th

WQOW shared a story about Govin's Farm corn maze and fall fun. You can watch it HERE.


Pick up the latest addition of Volume One and you will see a face that is probably familiar to you. Jodi Bird from the Menomonie Public Library is featured on the Questioning the Locals page.


Read the library's October newsletter HERE.


The Menomonie Youth Hockey Association's annual wreath sale is coming up. Contact your favorite youth hockey player or reach out through they MYHA Facebook page or email them at


Mother Nature was not a friend of the Red Cedar Speedway last weekend. The Punky Manor Challenge of Champions Event has been rescheduled to October 13th & 14th.


From the Foster Closet Facebook page: To all our wonderful supporters. Walmart has school supplies on clearance, and we would be more than happy to start stocking our supplies up for next year. Items needed: backpacks, pencil boxes, scissor, rulers, lunch boxes. If you'd like to help us out, we would greatly appreciate it. With over 145 kids receiving supplies this year we are almost completely wiped out. Thank you!



Healthy Kids Running Menomonie is searching for a leader to step up as Community Coordinator to provide programming and spread the Healthy Kids mission for Spring 2024. If you are interested, you can apply HERE.


Free at home covid tests are now available from the US government. Each household can receive up to four tests. Order them HERE.



Neither Josh Boyette nor Dom Brugioni advanced to the final round of the Mullet Championships, but thanks to everyone that took the time to vote for them.


Markquart Menomonie is looking for local businesses to be a Trunker at their annual Trunk or Treat event. Trunkers will decorate the trunk of a vehicle (Provided by Markquart) and distribute candy or giveaways to local children during the event. This is a great way to promote your business at a family-friendly, local event. The application form can be found HERE. The application deadline is Thursday, October 5, 2023.


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