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  • Autism Awareness close to home for family
    Just because we know one child with autism doesn’t mean we know a lot.
  • The 18th Annual Women’s Breakaway sponsored by Faith Alliance Church in Chilton is planned for Saturday, April 9 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. at Chilton High School located at 530 W. Main St.
  • Calumet County is the second healthiest overall county in Wisconsin, according to the seventh annual County Health Rankings released last week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI).
    The rankings are available at www.countyhealthrankings.org.
  • Bees and maple syrup are the topics of March at Ledge View Nature Center, W2348 Short Rd., Chilton.
    On Saturday, March 12 at 1 p.m. the basics of beekeeping will be addressed. The program is by donation.

  • A series of community awareness workshops are scheduled to be held at Kiel’s Castle Rock Theater.
  • A series of community awareness workshops are scheduled to be held at Kiel High School’s Castle Theater.
  • A sense of isolation, a belief that “I am the only one thinking and feeling this way” is a very common idea among family caregivers.
    The sad reality is millions of people are thrust into the role of family caregivers and many think and feel exactly the same way.
  • Snooze near a ‘coon, bear, or bats, or wake by a snake—spend the night at Ledge View Nature Center sleeping among the animals, and enjoy a night hike, campfire with s’mores, stories, and T-shirt painting project.
  • The Alzheimer’s Association officials have announced several education programs for those who have questions about Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias.
  • Ledge View Nature Center, W2348 Short Rd., Chilton, has some winter programming coming up.
    With January comes naturalist-guided hikes, scheduled for 1 p.m. Sundays starting Jan. 10. These are snowshoe hikes with adequate snow or boot hikes without. Get some fresh air, learn about the winter world, and look for signs of wildlife. The fee ($5 per person) includes snowshoe rental. A boot hike is discounted.

  • Snooze near a ‘coon, bear, or bats, or wake by a snake—spend the night at Ledge View Nature Center sleeping among the animals, and enjoy a night hike, campfire with s’mores, stories, and T-shirt painting project.

  • Script for NBC comedy written in NH
    Observant local fans of the TV comedy show Undateable on NBC might catch a familiar name on the credits, and they might have seen some familiar faces on an episode aired a couple months ago.

  • Area holiday church worship schedules
  • The Aging & Disability Resource Center of the Lakeshore is looking for volunteers for the Meals on Wheels program in the following areas:
  • Looking for a little holiday “get away”? The New Holstein Historical Society is offering you that opportunity through a visit to the 2015 Timm House Christmas “Land of Oz.”
    This is a once in a lifetime chance to view a collection of “Oz” related items which have been collected by a NHHS member over a 45-year period. You won’t see this in Kansas, or anywhere else!
  • The kitchen becomes a hub of holiday merry making during the holiday season so why not shine like a celebrity chef this year?
  • According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. produced around 254 million tons of trash in 2013.
    Of that, 87 million tons was recycled and composted.
  • The Calumet County Public Health Department will be offering flu shots to the community.
    A clinic is planned for Thursday, Nov. 12 in the basement of the Calumet County Courthouse in Chilton from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
  • Fox Valley Technical College Board of Trustees held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 20 at the Chilton Regional Center.
    Invited to attend the meeting were Chilton community leaders who joined board members for a reception and brief update on FVTC’s services in the Chilton region.
  • One out of every seven Americans is a senior citizen.
    While those aged 60 and over make up 15 percent of the national population, a full 30 percent of all cases of fraud are committed against them.
    According to research conducted in several statewide surveys around the country, fraudulent telemarketing techniques have victimized 26 percent of the entire U.S. adult population at some point in their lives.



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