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Fri
19
Jul

PdC Pool Staff of the week

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John Stavroplus
Laura Du Charme
Laura Du Charme
Ryan Schickert
Ryan Schickert
Janet Stiener, Clarissa Oehler, and Kiersten Sprosty
Janet Stiener, Clarissa Oehler, and Kiersten Sprosty
Lexie L
Lexie Lenzendorf

The City of Prairie du Chien Parks and Recreation department recognizes its summer pool employees for outstanding efforts.

For the week of June 17, John Stavoroplus, a first year guard, was recognized. John worked many hours the first few weeks, subbing for guards on vacation. John also assisted a distresses swimmer in the plunge pool. Also recognized was Laura DuCharme for her awesome work at the front desk. Laura always has a smile on her face and is very helpful with all the Park and Rec information. Laura recently turned 16 and can now lifeguard.

Wed
17
Jul

Schmidt-Reilly to marry

schmidt engagement

Jerry and Teresa Schmidt, of Prairie du Chien, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kimberly Anne, to Jordan Jon Reilly. Jordan is the son of Pastor Terry and Debby Reilly, of McHenry, Ill. Kimberly is a 2008 graduate of River Ridge High School and a 2012 graduate of Trinity International University in Deerfield, Ill., with a degree in elementary education (K-9) and a minor in math. Jordan is a 2006 graduate of McHenry East High School in McHenry, Ill., and a 2013 graduate of Columbia College of Missouri, with a degree in general studies and a minor in psychology and education. The couple will be united in marriage at The Barn in Prairie du Chien, on July 27, 2013. They will be residing in McHenry, Ill.

Tue
09
Jul

Couple planning Aug. 10 wedding vows

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Julie Peterson and the late Keith Peterson, of Robinson, N.D., announce the engagement of their daughter, Nellie Peterson, to Mike Wachter, son of Richard and Sandi Wachter, of Prairie du Chien. Nellie graduated from Dickinson State University with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She is employed as a second grade elementary teacher at Gackle-Streeter Elementary School. Mike graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, with a bachelor’s degree in technology education. He is employed at the Kidder County Schools-Steele as a technology teacher. An Aug. 10 wedding is planned at the St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Steele, N.D., with a reception and dance to follow at the Cottonwood Golf Course. The couple plans to reside in Steele.

Tue
02
Jul

Bits & PIeces of history celebrated

Antoine tells history
At the Prairie du Chien Historical Society’s Bits & Pieces Sunday, Mary Elise Antoine provided “the little bit of history” part of the program by sharing information and stories of local bootlegging, the prohibition and stills known to have operated in the area. The weather was beautiful and the program had one of its best turnouts ever. (Photo by Nancy Wilson)
Bits and pieces
The Prairie du Chien Historical Society's BIts & Pieces program at Fort Crawford had one of its best turnouts ever on June 30. Between the weather and the program participants, it was a great day.
keystone chorus
The Keystone Chorus provided "the little bit of music" with beautifully blended "barbershop harmony" and was a crowd favorite.
Mon
01
Jul

Aircraft assigned to aerial spraying

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Five high-wing Cessna 182s from Michigan called the Prairie du Chien Airport their home base for three days last week, June 26-28. They were in the area to perform aerial spraying for gypsy moths, before heading north to do the same. The fleet consisted of five spray planes, five patrol planes, two semis and a command center. Spraying of the gypsy moth is necessary to control the spread of the destructive and invasive pest that feeds on the leaves of oaks, maples, crabapples, birches and many other tree and shrub species. The Gypsy Moth Slow the Spread Program, run by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, conducts aerial spraying of gypsy moth populations annually, mainly in western Wisconsin. Its objective is to slow the spread and establishment of gypsy moth. Spray site maps are available to view online at gypsymoth.wi.gov. (Photo by Correne Martin)

Thu
27
Jun

Tribute to Kaber’s

By Sheila (Thomas) Kautman

Thu
20
Jun

Experiencing their first Eucharist

Experiencing their first Eucharist

Twenty-one second graders from Holy Family parish received the sacrament of the Eucharist for the first time upon their First Communion recently. Students received their religious instruction from Prairie Catholic School’s second grade teacher Mrs. Jennifer Wachuta and CCD instructor Laura Meyers. Students pictured with their pastor, Fr. James Weighner, are Matthew Poots, Morgan Chase, Josephine Eastman, Ryan Waller, Ashley Knapp, James Reilly, Tommy Mara, Ava Hager; (middle row) Savannah Miller, Makayla Steger, Monica Davis, Ryan Beisner, Jaden Fleshner, Brogan Brewer, Makenna Forde; (back row) Hailee Scharmer, Kylie Kramer, Aiden Toberman, Father Weighner, Logan Czajkowski-Higgins, Teagan Radloff and Devin Ehlert. (Submitted photo)

Thu
20
Jun

DeMuths celebrate

DeMuths celebrate

50 years of marriage Mike and Pat (Harris) DeMuth, Prairie du Chien, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. The couple were married at St. Gabriel’s Church in Prairie du Chien on June 22, 1963. Mike and Pat have three children, John DeMuth, Christine Bartels and Ray DeMuth.

Tue
18
Jun

Stencels celebrate 50 years of marriage

Stencels celebrate 50 years of marriage

Frances Gunn and John Stencel, of McGregor, Iowa, were married in Elgin, Ill., on June 15, 1963. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their home with a gathering of family and friends. Their children have also planned a trip to Wisconsin Dells for the entire family. Their family includes Lynette Stencel Knight and Jonathan Knight of Minnesota and Denise Stencel Gottfried and Jonathan Gottfried, of California. They have four granddaughters: Samantha and Olivia Knight and Sophia and Evelyn Gottfried.

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