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Maribel Lions receive EpiPen training

During last Tuesday's annual Maribel Lions Spring Fry Out, Lions members and their spouses received information and training on a very important subject. That night, Angel and George Mueller from the Dillon Mueller Memorial Fund provided all in attendance with vital training on how to properly and safely administer epinephrine (EpiPens) to individuals experiencing severe allergic reactions.

DHS Band performs at DES

Last Wednesday morning, the gymnasium at Denmark Elementary School was brimming with energy and excitement. That morning, the Denmark High School Band, under the direction of Ms. Vicky Wilda, performed a special preview concert for the DES students and staff to celebrate the end of another school year as well as demonstrate what Denmark's band program has to offer.

Our Savior's Wild Game Feed 2024

Last Tuesday, Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Denmark opened their doors for the 18th annual Charity Wild Game Feed to support their parish. That evening, supporters from across the Denmark area and beyond gathered under a large tent behind the church where they took part in raffles, a live auction and, of course, an incredible meal consisting of a variety of "unconventional" food offerings.

Fine Arts Awards Banquet 2024

On Wednesday, May 22, Gatherings 43 played host to an annual celebration commemorating young artistic talent in the Denmark community. That night, students, staff and parents gathered in the hall for the yearly Fine Arts Banquet highlighting achievements in band, chorus, drama and the visual arts throughout the school year.

DHS Civics Team wins state!

This month, six Denmark High School students earned the prestigious right to call themselves "state champions'' with a triumphant victory at the Wisconsin State Civics Games in Madison on May 10. Last week, we spoke with the team's advisor--DHS social studies teacher Zack Olson--and one of its members--Henry Pahlow--to learn more about this unique opportunity.

Cooperstown May 2024 meeting

Last Tuesday, the Town of Cooperstown hosted its monthly board meeting at their Town Hall in Rosecrans. This was the first meeting since the reduction of the board from five to three members with Supervisors Nick Propson and Fred Lemmens vacating their now nonexistent seats last month.

Maribel May 2024 meeting

On Monday, May 13, the Maribel Village Board held their monthly meeting in the Maribel Community Center. The meeting was attended by the board, staff, a handful of residents, representatives from Robert E. Lee & Associates and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

Village of Denmark May 2024 meeting

Last Monday, the Village of Denmark hosted their monthly board meeting in their Village Hall. Following the call to order, Pledge of Allegiance and roll call which showed all members in attendance, pre-registered village residents were heard by the board. First, two representatives of Christ Lutheran Church on the municipality's southeastern side expressed concerns they had with the village's sign approval process.

May School Board meeting

On Monday, May 13, the Denmark School Board held their monthly meeting in the Denmark High School Media Center. Following the call to order, the Pledge of Allegiance and the roll call, the board opened the floor for the meeting's Public Forum.

Christian Unity Luncheon

Last Wednesday, the hall at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Denmark was filled with the warmth of community as well as the smell of delicious food. That afternoon, the Denmark Christian Unity Group hosted a special Spaghetti Luncheon featuring food, faith and fellowship.

Academic & Scholarship Celebration 2024

On Wednesday, May 15, Denmark High School students and their families gathered in the Performing Arts Center for a special ceremony honoring this school year's best and brightest. That night, DHS presented the annual "Academic & Scholarship" celebration which featured awards, recognition and commemoration for another outstanding academic year.

Hardware Hank Returns

This month, local handypeople and do-it-yourselfers rejoiced with the reported return of Denmark's only hardware destination--Hardware Hank. The store, which closed in February, is scheduled for a Grand Opening on June 1 under new owners Eric and Beck Laundrie. Last week, we sat down with the couple to learn more about their new venture and what it has in store for the greater Denmark community.

Denmark Sting Cancer Walk 2024

Last Saturday morning, the R. O. Miller Sports Complex was alive with excitement and activity for a special yearly event for an amazing cause. That morning, Denmark Sting Cancer hosted their 14th annual Sting Cancer Walk on the DHS track featuring a wide range of activities all centered around supporting cancer patients and survivors as well as their families.

Glenmore May meeting

On Monday, May 6, the Glenmore Town Board held their monthly meeting in the town's Community Center near Shirley. Following the call to order, Pledge of Allegiance, welcome and certification of Wisconsin Open Meeting Law, Ben Schauer provided the month's Zoning Administrator Report. Schauer detailed they had issued two permits for decks, and the town had received Bug Tussel's annual $300 permit fee.

Village road construction informational meeting

Last Monday, the Village of Denmark hosted a Public Informational Meeting at Village Hall regarding upcoming construction projects on North Avenue, North Wall Street and Danish Way. The meeting was attended by members of the public and representatives from the village and was led by Mick Magalski and Jordan Jelinski from McMahon Associates.

Eaton Rummage Sales

Last weekend, the community of Eaton was alight with activity and excitement as rummagers took advantage of a third weekend of local deal hunting. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the municipality hosted the annual Town of Eaton Regional Rummage Sale featuring almost 40 individual registered sales and endless unique treasures for the keen eye to find.

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