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January 29th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 10:10am
Info: $4 donation requested

January 29th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 2:30pm-5:30pm

January 29th, 2020
Tween/Teen Program
Where: Marshfield Public Library
When: 3:30pm-5pm
Info: An adult host assures that tweens and teens have a room with a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy games, visiting and snacks.

January 29th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

January 29th, 2020
Professional Skills for Success Series: Customer Service
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-11am
Info: Level up your personal and professional skills through out innovative Professional Skills for Success Series!

Cost is $99.

January 29th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

January 29th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

January 29th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

January 29th, 2020
Virtual Classes
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Cost is $1, free for members. Call 715-670-0790 for more info.

January 29th, 2020
Walking Buddies Challenge
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: 28 days to complete a combined total of 55 miles! Call 715-670-0790 for more info!

January 29th, 2020
Winter in the Military Exhibit
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Winter military experience from Morristown, NJ in 1779 to Present Day on display.

January 30th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The class will cover plan implementation using nutrient management computer software.

upon completion of the class, producers will have a qualified plan that meets state requirements, as well as available cost-share opportunities.

cost is $260 and no book is required.

January 30th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning Refresher
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 10am-3pm
Info: This course is intended to students who have already completed the Nutrient Management Planning 12-hour full course.

Cost is $130 and no book is required.

January 30th, 2020
Honoring Choices: Advance Care Planning (Individual 1-Hour Appointments)
Where: Aspirus Hospital, Medford
When: 1pm-4pm

January 30th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 3:30pm-5:30pm

January 30th, 2020
Tween/Teen Program
Where: Marshfield Public Library
When: 3:30pm-5pm

January 30th, 2020
Chicken and Polish Sausage Dinner
Where: Thorp American Legion
When: 4pm
Info: All you can eat! Serving chicken, polish sausage, potatoes, dressing, veggies, dessert and beverage.

cost is adults $10, children under 10 $5 and children under 5 are free! Carryouts available!

January 30th, 2020
Veterans Tribute Dinner
Where: Owen-Withee High School
When: 4pm

January 30th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

January 30th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The class will cover plan implementation using nutrient management computer software.

upon completion of the class, producers will have a qualified plan that meets state requirements, as well as available cost-share opportunities.

cost is $260 and no book is required.

January 30th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning Refresher
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: This course is intended to students who have already completed the Nutrient Management Planning 12-hour full course.

Cost is $130 and no book is required.

January 30th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

January 30th, 2020
Starting Your Owen Business Seminar
Where: Loyal City Hall
When: 9:30am-3pm
Info: Seminar runs from 9:30am-11:30am and then you can meet one-on-one witha SBDC consultant from Noon-3pm!

January 30th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

January 30th, 2020
Virtual Classes
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Cost is $1, free for members. Call 715-670-0790 for more info.

January 30th, 2020
Walking Buddies Challenge
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: 28 days to complete a combined total of 55 miles! Call 715-670-0790 for more info!

January 31st, 2020
Story Time
Where: Marshfield Public Library
When: 10am
Info: Storytime for all ages invites children to participate in stories, songs, games and art activities with an adult.

Toddler Storytime is a lap-sit program offering one-on-one sharing for younger children and their favorite grown-up. It has shorter stories and songs.

January 31st, 2020
Loyal FFA Alumni's 30th Annual 9-Pin Tap Bowling Tournament
Where: Strike Time Lanes, Neillsville
When: All Day
Info: To sign up or for more info, call Mark Gregorich at 715-255-8807 or 715-316-3570.

January 31st, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

January 31st, 2020
Virtual Classes
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Cost is $1, free for members. Call 715-670-0790 for more info.

January 31st, 2020
Walking Buddies Challenge
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: 28 days to complete a combined total of 55 miles! Call 715-670-0790 for more info!

February 1st, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Stanley
When: 6pm-8pm

February 1st, 2020
Mead Lake Ice Fishing Contest
Where: Mead Lake, WI
When: 9am to 3 pm
Info: Prizes awarded at 4:00pm on Camp Road North Pavilion

February 1st, 2020
Loyal FFA Alumni's 30th Annual 9-Pin Tap Bowling Tournament
Where: Strike Time Lanes, Neillsville
When: All Day
Info: To sign up or for more info, call Mark Gregorich at 715-255-8807 or 715-316-3570.

February 1st, 2020
Spencer Lion's Club's 2020 Scotch Doubles Bowling Fundraiser
Where: Rose Bowl Lanes, Marshfield
When: All Day
Info: To register, call 715-387-1114.

February 1st, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 1st, 2020
Walking Buddies Challenge
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: 28 days to complete a combined total of 55 miles! Call 715-670-0790 for more info!

February 2nd, 2020
Pancake Breakfast
Where: St. John's Lutheran School - W. 5th St. - Neillsville
When: 10:30am to 1 pm
Info: Regular and potato pancakes, sausages, applesauce, cheese curds, bars and cookies, orange juice, coffee and milk

A free-will offering will be taken

Everyone is welcome

Sponsored by Friends of St. John's

February 2nd, 2020
Pancake Breakfast
Where: Unity American Legion
When: 8:30am-12:30pm
Info: Pancakes, sausage, eggs, toast, applesauce, coffee and milk!

Adults $7, under 12 $4, preschool free.

February 2nd, 2020
34th Annual Central Wisconsin Farm Toy Show
Where: Marshfield Senior High School Fieldhouse
When: 9 am to 3 pm
Info: Admission $3.00
Ages 10-17 $1.00
Under age 10 free

Kids Pedal Pull at 12:30 pm
Ages 5 to 12
Registration at Noon

Lunch will be available

Sponsored by Marshfield FFA and FFA Alumni

For more information, contact Mark Vornholt at 715-743-7152

February 2nd, 2020
Check Your Credit Report Campaign
Where: Statewide
When: All Day
Info: Federal law gives everyone the right to request three free credit reports each year. Individuals can request one free report each from the three credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion online at the official website AnnualCreditReport.com. Two other options for ordering a free credit report are through the mail and by phone toll free at 1-877-322-8228. While you can order all three reports at the same time, ordering one free report every four months lets you keep an eye on your information throughout the year.

Note that the annual free credit report does not include a credit score. When ordering a free credit report, the credit bureau might also offer consumers additional paid services, including purchasing a credit score or credit monitoring services. These are optional paid services. A purchase or credit card information is never required to order the official free credit report.

The “Check Your Free Credit Report: 2/2, 6/6, 10/10” campaign from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension wants to make it easier to remember to order those free credit reports. Anyone can sign up to receive an email reminder from Extension three times a year—on 2/2, 6/6, and 10/10—on the campaign’s website: fyi.extension.wisc.edu/creditreport. More than 1000 Wisconsinites across Wisconsin have already signed up for email reminders.

According to the survey, the majority of those viewing their credit report found no errors, but that still left 6 percent of respondents who found an error on their report and needed to contact a credit bureau. In addition to fixing errors, 7 percent identified a way to improve their credit.

The number one action consumers can take to improve their credit score is to make on-time payments to creditors. When creditors choose to report to the three major credit bureaus, the credit report will show a record of on-time payments along with any 30, 60, or 90-day late payments. Late payments will stay on a credit report for up to 7 years and recent late payments especially will lower a credit score.

Another action to consider is to lower your credit utilization ratio. This means using less available credit on a credit card or paying down an existing loan. If an individual has a $1,000 credit limit on a credit card, for example, maintaining a balance of $250 or less is a frequent recommendation. To increase your credit score, some creditors further recommend using no more than 5% of your available limit on a credit card, or $50 in this example.

New options for increasing credit scores were also rolled out in 2019. Experian introduced their Experian Boost product that allows individuals to agree to give the credit bureau access to personal bank account information. This information is used to track bill payments that may not otherwise be reported to a credit bureau, such as rent payment or utility bill. On-time payments are reported using bank account information, but missed or late payments are not reported. This product could be helpful for individuals with a limited credit history and positive payment history, with more information found at Experian.com.

The UltraFICO Score is another new option that is being piloted through select financial institutions nationwide. The UltraFICO Score does not add information to a credit report, but does provide the option of adding additional points to a FICO score pulled by a creditor through the Experian credit bureau. The UltraFICO Score factors include the length of time financial accounts have been open, the history of positive account balances, frequency of back transactions, and evidence of cash on hand, such as a minimum $400 account balance for the previous three months. Participating financial services and more information is found at fico.com.

In addition to email reminders and links to credit resources, the Extension “2/2, 6/6, 10/10” campaign website, fyi.extension.wisc.edu/creditreport, provides information for ordering, reading, and understanding your free credit reports. You can also find out how to place a free credit freeze or fraud alert on your credit reports and whether that’s the right decision for you.

February 2nd, 2020
Loyal FFA Alumni's 30th Annual 9-Pin Tap Bowling Tournament
Where: Strike Time Lanes, Neillsville
When: All Day
Info: To sign up or for more info, call Mark Gregorich at 715-255-8807 or 715-316-3570.

February 2nd, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 2nd, 2020
Walking Buddies Challenge
Where: Lunda Community Center, Black River Falls
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: 28 days to complete a combined total of 55 miles! Call 715-670-0790 for more info!

February 3rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 3rd, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Early session is for youth 8-12.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 3rd, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 3rd, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 7pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Late session is for those 13-18.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 3rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 3rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 3rd, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 4th, 2020
Story Hour
Where: Thorp Public Library
When: 10:30am

February 4th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 1:30pm-2:30pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 4th, 2020
Advanced Floor Yoga/Tai Chi
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 2:45pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 4th, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Thorp
When: 6pm-8pm

February 4th, 2020
Celebrate Recovery
Where: Colby
When: 7pm

February 4th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 5th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 10:10am
Info: $4 donation requested.

February 5th, 2020
Free Lunch and Learn Session
Where: Black River Falls Chamber of Commerce
When: 11am-12:30pm
Info: Employers & Organizations Join the 370+ Companies Participating in Edvest at Work! A New Employee Benefit at No Cost to You!

You want more ways to differentiate and enhance your employee benefits package. With automatic payroll deduction, your employees get a hassle-free opportunity to save for their children’s higher education costs with low, budget-friendly minimums that make saving easy. And the best part? It costs you nothing and creates no additional administrative burdens. In fact, we’ll do all the work.

Edvest offers ongoing support at no charge, a payroll action guide and a digital toolkit with everything you need to help educate your employees about saving for college. www.edvest.com/benefit

For so many families, the Edvest College Savings Plan is a smart choice.

Here are just a few reasons why:

• State tax benefits

• 100% tax-free growth

• Financial aid friendly

• Use at approved schools anywhere in the US or abroad

Plus we are here to help every step of the way. www.edvest.com

Please call the Chamber office to register by January 31st. 2020. There is no cost to attend! Call 715-284-4658 ext. 223 or 800-404-4008, visit www.blackrivercountry.net or visit www.facebook.com/BlackRiverFalls

February 5th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 2:30pm-5:30pm

February 5th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 5th, 2020
Collaborative Problem Solving
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-11am
Info: This course develops collaborative problem solving skills and focuses on the importance of team in the IT environment.

Cost is $99 and no book is required.

February 5th, 2020
Professional Skills for Success Series: Problem Solving
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-11am
Info: Level up your personal and professional skills through out innovative Professional Skills for Success Series!

Cost is $99.

February 5th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 5th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 5th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 6th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The class will cover plan implementation using nutrient management computer software.

upon completion of the class, producers will have a qualified plan that meets state requirements, as well as available cost-share opportunities.

cost is $260 and no book is required.

February 6th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 3:30pm-5:30pm

February 6th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 6th, 2020
Dental Explorer Conference
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Info: This conference is designed to provide current practicing dental hygienists the opportunity to hear form speakers who are pursuing the latest development and technology, update their practical application skill sets and stay up to date on the latest topics and trends in dental care.

Cost is $35 and no book is required.

February 6th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The class will cover plan implementation using nutrient management computer software.

upon completion of the class, producers will have a qualified plan that meets state requirements, as well as available cost-share opportunities.

cost is $260 and no book is required.

February 6th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 6th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 7th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

February 7th, 2020
Basket Weaving Class
Where: Colby Community Library
When: 5pm-9pm

February 7th, 2020
Basket Weaving Class
Where: Colby Community Library
When: Noon-4pm

February 7th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 8th, 2020
King of the Mound
Where: Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
When: 10am-4pm
Info: No entry fee, different divisions!

February 8th, 2020
Sweetheart of a Lions' Club Dinner
Where: Gilman Lions' Center
When: 6pm

February 8th, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Stanley
When: 6pm-8pm

February 8th, 2020
Grant Smazal Memorial Blood Drive
Where: Colby High School
When: 7:30am-12:30pm
Info: Food and beverages will be provided.

February 8th, 2020
2020 Bus Trip to Madison Garden Expo
Where: Alliant Center, Madison
When: 7am
Info: Are you tired of winter already? Clark County’s Master Gardener Volunteers are hosting an “Over the Garden Gate” bus trip to the PBS Garden and Landscape Expo at the Alliant Center in Madison.

The Expo includes educational seminars, demonstrations, new gardening techniques and hundreds of vendors.

Cost is only $45 and includes admission into the Expo.

Specialty workshops that you would like to attend must be registered for in advance on the Garden Expo website (wigardenexpo.com) and meals are on your own.

Bus pick up will be at the Clark County Courthouse (6th Street NE parking lot) and will leave at 7:00 a.m.

Contact Pat Hubing at 715-743-2281 before December 31 for more information or to register. Seating is limited so don’t wait too long.

February 8th, 2020
BLS CPR
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 8am-12:30pm
Info: Successful completion includes American Heart Association certification that is valid for two years.

Cost is $33 and the book is $17 plus tax.

February 8th, 2020
EMT Refresher
Where: Abbotsford Fire Department
When: 8am-4pm
Info: Emergency Medical Technician refresher. This course satisfies the two-year relicense requirement from the State of Wisconsin DHS.

Cost is $115 and no book is required.

February 8th, 2020
Curtiss Snowmobile Drag Races
Where: Curtiss
When: 9am-11:30am
Info: Food, prizes, races fun and more!

February 8th, 2020
9-Hole Snowshoe Run/Walk
Where: Meadowview Golf Course, Owen
When: All Day
Info: Sponsored by Forward Bank and Clark County United Way.

$25 registration fee. Limited number of snowshoe's available. Send registration and payment to Sara Blume at Forward Bank in Withee.

All proceeds to benefit the Clark County United Way.

February 8th, 2020
Spencer Lion's Club's 2020 Scotch Doubles Bowling Fundraiser
Where: Rose Bowl Lanes, Marshfield
When: All Day
Info: To register, call 715-387-1114.

February 8th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 9th, 2020
EMT Refresher
Where: Abbotsford Fire Department
When: 8am-3pm
Info: Emergency Medical Technician refresher. This course satisfies the two-year relicense requirement from the State of Wisconsin DHS.

Cost is $115 and no book is required.

February 9th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 10th, 2020
Winter Workshop: Farming Profitably with Cover Crops and Healthy Soils
Where: CAM Center, Thorp
When: 10am-2:30pm
Info: Topics include Overview of Regenerative Ag Techniques, Tools for Assessing Profitability and Managing Soil Health & Manure on the Dairy Farm.

They also invite you to participate in a question and answer session featuring local farmers who will be sharing their experiences.

Free lunch! For meal count, please register by calling 715-836-2918 or email lolson@wcwrpc.org.

February 10th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 10th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Early session is for youth 8-12.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 10th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 10th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 7pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Late session is for those 13-18.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 10th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 10th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 10th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 11th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Valley Crest Apartments, Abbotsford
When: 10:30am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at the Valley Crest Apartments at 10:30am and the Green Vista Apartments at 12:15pm, both in Abbotsford, on February 11th. They will be at the Granton Community Hall at 11:15am on February 13th and the Owen Senior Center at 10:30am on February 18th. They will be in Dorchester on February 19th at the Kennedy Apartments at 310 and 320 at 10:30am and 11:15am respectively. They will be at the Thorp Center on February 20th at 10:30am and at Morgan Plaza in Thorp on that same day at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 11th, 2020
Story Hour
Where: Thorp Public Library
When: 10:30am

February 11th, 2020
2020 Annual CAFO Update
Where: Marshfield Ag Research Station
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Register by February 4th. Cost is $45 up to February 4th, $55 after February 4th and $55 for walk-ins. Check or cash only. Meal included. To register email lori.hendrickson@co.clark.wi.us.

An update meeting for WPEDES permitted CAFO owners and managers, producers considering expansion, nutrient management plan writers and engineers.

February 11th, 2020
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation Update Meeting
Where: Marshfield Ag Research Station
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension and Wisconsin DNR. The meeting is specifically designed for WPDES permitted CAFO owners and managers, producers considering expansion, nutrient management plan writers and engineers.

Wisconsin has over 300 CAFO farms and this meeting is an opportunity for owners, managers, advisors, and other CAFO stakeholders to receive updated information on meeting permit requirements and learn tips for managing nutrients and keeping water out of the system.

This year’s agenda will provide updated information on new policies, production site considerations, facility evaluation, and nutrient management and Snap Plus updates. The meeting will also feature information on understanding the geology and water under the farm, and a panel of local farmers and manure haulers who will discuss different management changes to widen manure application windows.

Cost is $45, or $55 after January 31 and includes lunch. Registration form is available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/ or you can call Clark County Extension Office at 715-743-5121 to register.

February 11th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

February 11th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Green Vista Apartments, Abbotsford
When: 12:12pm
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at the Green Vista Apartments at 12:15pm, in Abbotsford, on February 11th. They will be at the Granton Community Hall at 11:15am on February 13th and the Owen Senior Center at 10:30am on February 18th. They will be in Dorchester on February 19th at the Kennedy Apartments at 310 and 320 at 10:30am and 11:15am respectively. They will be at the Thorp Center on February 20th at 10:30am and at Morgan Plaza in Thorp on that same day at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 11th, 2020
Neillsville Alzheimer's and Family Caregiver Support Group Meeting
Where: Neillsville Senior Center
When: 1:30pm

February 11th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 1:30pm-2:30pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 11th, 2020
Advanced Floor Yoga/Tai Chi
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 2:45pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 11th, 2020
After Hours Apps Program and New Library Director Meet & Greet
Where: Neillsville Public Library
When: 5:30pm
Info: Open to community members 18 and older. New material available for checkout, some delicious appetizers and meet Neillsville's new Library Director Janay Ziebell.

Stop by the library to sign up!

February 11th, 2020
C-Support Cancer Support Group Meeting
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 6pm-7:30pm

February 11th, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Thorp
When: 6pm-8pm

February 11th, 2020
Celebrate Recovery
Where: Colby
When: 7pm

February 11th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 12th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 10:10am
Info: $4 donation requested.

February 12th, 2020
Winter Workshop: Farming Profitably with Cover Crops and Healthy Soils
Where: Augusta-Bridge Creek Fire Station
When: 10am-2:30pm
Info: Topics include Overview of Regenerative Ag Techniques, Tools for Assessing Profitability and Managing Soil Health & Manure on the Dairy Farm.

They also invite you to participate in a question and answer session featuring local farmers who will be sharing their experiences.

Free lunch! For meal count, please register by calling 715-836-2918 or email lolson@wcwrpc.org.

February 12th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 2:30pm-5:30pm

February 12th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

February 12th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 12th, 2020
Black River Falls Area Chamber of Commerce Business After 5
Where: Pine View Care Center, Black River Falls
When: 5pm-7pm
Info: Join them for an evening of light food, refreshments and networking.

February 12th, 2020
Professional Skills for Success Series: Working Cooperatively in Teams
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-11am
Info: Level up your personal and professional skills through out innovative Professional Skills for Success Series!

Cost is $99.

February 12th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 12th, 2020
Keys to Great Customer Service
Where: NTC's Campuses
When: 9am-Noon
Info: It becoming more challenging to retain good employees and keep customers coming back. This seminar will help you increase employee engagement and create an effortless customer experience.

Cost is $49, live from the Wausau campus, but will be streamed to other campuses, register online.

February 12th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 13th, 2020
ALS Support Group
Where: Chippewa Valley Bible Church, Chippewa Falls
Info: Call 715-271-7257 for more info.

February 13th, 2020
Diabetic Support Group
Where: Marshfield Medical Center-Neillsville
When: 10am-11:30am

February 13th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 11:15am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at the Granton Community Hall at 11:15am on February 13th and the Owen Senior Center at 10:30am on February 18th. They will be in Dorchester on February 19th at the Kennedy Apartments at 310 and 320 at 10:30am and 11:15am respectively. They will be at the Thorp Center on February 20th at 10:30am and at Morgan Plaza in Thorp on that same day at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 13th, 2020
Pre-School Story Time
Where: Colby Community Library
When: 1pm

February 13th, 2020
Story Time
Where: Colby Library
When: 1pm

February 13th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 3:30pm-5:30pm

February 13th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 13th, 2020
Heart by Heart
Where: LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer
When: 7pm

February 13th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The class will cover plan implementation using nutrient management computer software.

upon completion of the class, producers will have a qualified plan that meets state requirements, as well as available cost-share opportunities.

cost is $260 and no book is required.

February 13th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 13th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 14th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

February 14th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 15th, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Stanley
When: 6pm-8pm

February 15th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 16th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 17th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 17th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Early session is for youth 8-12.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 17th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 17th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 7pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Late session is for those 13-18.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 17th, 2020
Insurance Principles for Pre-Licensing
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8:30am-5pm
Info: This course meets the 8 hour state laws and ethics portion of that requirement.

Cost is $119 and the book is included.

February 17th, 2020
Principles, Ethics & Law
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8:30am-5pm
Info: This course covers the basic eight hours of principals of insurance, general Wisconsin laws and ethics as required by the Wisconsin Commissioner of Insurance.

Cost is $119 and the book is included.

February 17th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 17th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 17th, 2020
The Highground's Holiday Lights
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: Regular Business Hours

February 18th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Owen Senior Center
When: 10:30am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at the Owen Senior Center at 10:30am on February 18th. They will be in Dorchester on February 19th at the Kennedy Apartments at 310 and 320 at 10:30am and 11:15am respectively. They will be at the Thorp Center on February 20th at 10:30am and at Morgan Plaza in Thorp on that same day at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 18th, 2020
Story Hour
Where: Thorp Public Library
When: 10:30am

February 18th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

February 18th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 1:30pm-2:30pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 18th, 2020
Advanced Floor Yoga/Tai Chi
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 2:45pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 18th, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Thorp
When: 6pm-8pm

February 18th, 2020
Shaken Baby & SIDS
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 6pm-9pm
Info: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Prevention Training covers how to avoid putting young children at risk of SIDS with a focus on behavior and environments. Shaken baby helps you identify the signs of abuse and preventative measures to ensure the baby stays safe.

Cost is $25 and no book is required.

February 18th, 2020
Celebrate Recovery
Where: Colby
When: 7pm

February 19th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 10:10am
Info: $4 donation requested.

February 19th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Kennedy Apartments, Dorchester
When: 10:30am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be in Dorchester on February 19th at the Kennedy Apartments at 310 and 320 at 10:30am and 11:15am respectively. They will be at the Thorp Center on February 20th at 10:30am and at Morgan Plaza in Thorp on that same day at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 19th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Kennedy Apartments, Dorchester
When: 11:15am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be in Dorchester on February 19th at the Kennedy Apartments at 320 at 11:15am respectively. They will be at the Thorp Center on February 20th at 10:30am and at Morgan Plaza in Thorp on that same day at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 19th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 2:30pm-5:30pm

February 19th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 19th, 2020
Food Safety & Sanitation Certification
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 5:30pm-9:30pm
Info: This state approved course prepares you for the National Restaurant Association Certification examination.

Cost is $89 and the book is $40 plus tax.

February 19th, 2020
Professional Skills for Success Series: Emotional Intelligence
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-11am
Info: Level up your personal and professional skills through out innovative Professional Skills for Success Series!

Cost is $99.

February 19th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 20th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Thorp Senior Center
When: 10:30am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at the Thorp Center on February 20th at 10:30am and at Morgan Plaza in Thorp on that same day at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 20th, 2020
Sun Catchers Memory Cafe
Where: United Church of Christ, Neillsville
When: 10am-11:30am

February 20th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Morgan Plaza, Thorp
When: 1pm
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at Morgan Plaza in Thorp at 1pm. They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 20th, 2020
Parkinson's Support Group
Where: Marshfield Area Respite Center, Marshfield
When: 1pm
Info: Call 715-384-8478 for more info.

February 20th, 2020
Memory Cafe
Where: Morgan Plaza, Thorp
When: 1pm-3:30pm

February 20th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 3:30pm-5:30pm

February 20th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 20th, 2020
Nutrient Management Planning
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The class will cover plan implementation using nutrient management computer software.

upon completion of the class, producers will have a qualified plan that meets state requirements, as well as available cost-share opportunities.

cost is $260 and no book is required.

February 20th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 21st, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

February 21st, 2020
Mine Safety
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 7:30am-4pm
Info: This course is provided by MSHA approved instructors and covers 8 complete hours of Mine Health and Safety topics including first aid, current MSHA changes, miners' rights and other relevant topics.

Cost is $70 and no book is required.

February 21st, 2020
Neillsville Winter Carnival
Where: Neillsville
When: All Day
Info: Many activities throughout the day!

February 21st, 2020
Sweaty Yeti Winter Festival
Where: Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
When: All Day
Info: Food, fun and more!

February 22nd, 2020
WI State Championship Ice Oval Snowmobile Race
Where: Dorchester Memorial Park
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Food, drinks, fun and free admission!

February 22nd, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Stanley
When: 6pm-8pm

February 22nd, 2020
EMT Refresher
Where: Abbotsford Fire Department
When: 8am-4pm
Info: Emergency Medical Technician refresher. This course satisfies the two-year relicense requirement from the State of Wisconsin DHS.

Cost is $115 and no book is required.

February 22nd, 2020
Neillsville Winter Carnival
Where: Neillsville
When: All Day
Info: Many activities throughout the day!

February 22nd, 2020
Sweaty Yeti Winter Festival
Where: Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
When: All Day
Info: Food, entertainment, fun and more!

February 23rd, 2020
EMT Refresher
Where: Abbotsford Fire Department
When: 8am-3pm
Info: Emergency Medical Technician refresher. This course satisfies the two-year relicense requirement from the State of Wisconsin DHS.

Cost is $115 and no book is required.

February 23rd, 2020
64th Annual Ice Fishing Contest
Where: Chelsea Conservation Club, Medford
When: All Day

February 23rd, 2020
Neillsville Winter Carnival
Where: Neillsville
When: All Day
Info: Many activities throughout the day!

February 23rd, 2020
Sweaty Yeti Winter Festival
Where: Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
When: All Day
Info: Food, fun, entertainment and more!

February 24th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Loyal Nutrition Center
When: 10:45am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at the Loyal Nutrition Center on February 24th at 10:45am and the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 24th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 24th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Early session is for youth 8-12.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 24th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 24th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 7pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Late session is for those 13-18.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

February 24th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 24th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 25th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Colby Nutrition Center
When: 10:30am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They will be at the Colby Nutrition Center on February 25th at 10:30am. Finally, they’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 25th, 2020
Story Hour
Where: Thorp Public Library
When: 10:30am

February 25th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

February 25th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 1:30pm-2:30pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 25th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Colby City Hall
When: 2:45pm
Info: $4 donation requested. Please bring a mat or rug for the floor if able.

February 25th, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Thorp
When: 6pm-8pm

February 25th, 2020
Celebrate Recovery
Where: Colby
When: 7pm

February 25th, 2020
Professional Communication: Flex Your Communication
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 9am-Noon
Info: Cost is $69 and no books is required.

February 26th, 2020
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 10:10am
Info: $4 donation requested.

February 26th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 2:30pm-5:30pm

February 26th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 26th, 2020
Traffic Safety
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Info: Upon successful completion of the class, the student may request a 3 point reduction of the demerit points on their license.

Cost is $64.95 and the book is $8 plus tax.

February 26th, 2020
Food Safety & Sanitation Certification
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 5:30pm-9:30pm
Info: This state approved course prepares you for the National Restaurant Association Certification examination.

Cost is $89 and the book is $40 plus tax.

February 26th, 2020
Food Safety & Sanitation Recertification
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 5:30pm-9:30pm
Info: This class offers an exam only option for students who feel they can successfully complete the CPFM exam without instruction.

Cost is $49 and no book is required.

February 26th, 2020
C-Support Cancer Support Group Meeting
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 6pm-7:30pm

February 26th, 2020
Entry Level Driver Operator, Part IV
Where: Spencer Fire Station
When: 6pm-9pm
Info: The purpose of this course is to provide the water tender driver with the knowledge and information needed to safely transport large amounts of water to a fire or other emergency scene and back to the station. this section is state funded for students who are affiliated with a fire department.

No cost and no book is required.

February 26th, 2020
Entry Level Driver Operator, Part IV
Where: Spencer Fire Station
When: 6pm-9pm
Info: The purpose of this course is to provide the water tender driver with the knowledge and information needed to safely transport large amounts of water to a fire or other emergency scene and back to the station. This section is for students who are not affiliated with a fire department.

Cost is $25 and no book is required.

February 26th, 2020
Professional Skills for Success Series: Demonstrating Integrity
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-11am
Info: Level up your personal and professional skills through out innovative Professional Skills for Success Series!

Cost is $99.

February 26th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 27th, 2020
Homestead Credit Application Assistance
Where: Greenwood Nutrition Center
When: 10:45am
Info: The Aging & Disability Resource Center will begin assisting folks age 60 and older with 2019 Homestead Credit applications starting February 10th in the ADRC Office at the Clark County Courthouse.

The Homestead Credit application is a tax benefit for renters and homeowners with low or moderate income. To qualify for homestead credit for 2019, you must meet the following requirements including; you were a legal resident of Wisconsin for all of 2019; you are 18 years or older on December 31st of 2018; you have less than $24,680 in household income; you own or rent your Wisconsin homestead that is subject to Wisconsin property taxes; ou may not be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2019 federal income tax return; at the time of filing a claim, you are not living in a nursing home and receiving Title XIX Medical Assistance; and additional conditions may apply. You may meet all the qualifications and still not receive a credit because the credit is based on the relationship of your household income to the amount of your allowable property taxes and/or rent. If you do qualify for a credit, you must submit a copy of your 2019 property tax bill, if you owned and occupied your home, or an original rent certificate signed by your landlord, no whiteout or corrections allowed. Just remember, the lower your income and the higher your taxes/rent, the more likely you are to qualify. The lower your taxes/rent and the higher your income, the less likely you are to qualify. If you have a life estate or life lease, bring in a copy as you must attach a copy with the homestead application unless it is marked on the property tax bill.

You must bring a long a list of proper document and the department will not assist folks who fail to bring the required verification of income. The list includes wages, salaries, tips; interest and dividends including burial trust interest; unemployment compensation; pensions, annuities, and other retirement plan distributions; and social Security benefits in which Form 1099 SSA required) for that. You must bring proof of federal and state SSI, SSI-E, SSD, and caretaker supplement payments. This can be award letters; railroad retirement benefits, alimony, child support, and family maintenance; Wisconsin Works, or W2, county relief, Kinship care, and other cash public assistance, gambling winnings, capital gains and any additional taxable income, which includes any 1099 statements.

They’ll be at the Greenwood Nutrition Center at 10:45am on February 27th.

If you filed for Homestead last year, please bring your copy. It simplifies the process. Just a reminder, if the weather is unsafe to travel, they will reschedule the Homestead Clinic. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, so are the Nutrition Sites, therefore no homestead applications. Also, they will again be collaborating with AARP Tax Aid Counselors to assist seniors with simple income tax applications. Applicants will need complete verification of income, all 1099’s for every income source- Social Security, wages, interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income, etc. Please bring a copy of your 2018 state and federal tax papers with you to the appointment.

You must call 715-743-5144 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-ins. AARP Tax counselors will be available on February 26th, 28th, March 4th and 6th.

February 27th, 2020
Thorp Teen Center
Where: Thorp
When: 3:30pm-5:30pm

February 27th, 2020
Step Aerobics Class
Where: Dorchester Library
When: 5:45pm

February 27th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

February 28th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

February 28th, 2020
Mine Safety
Where: NTC's Antigo Campus
When: 7:30am-4pm
Info: This course is provided by MSHA approved instructors and covers 8 complete hours of Mine Health and Safety topics including first aid, current MSHA changes, miners' rights and other relevant topics.

Cost is $70 and no book is required.

February 29th, 2020
Cancer Benefit for Jeremy Totzke
Where: Abbotsford Fire Department
When: 1pm-6pm
Info: Lunch and refreshment available with numerous chances to win great prizes!



February 29th, 2020
Almond Tree Freedom from Addiction Group
Where: Stanley
When: 6pm-8pm

February 29th, 2020
Medical Assistant Conference
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-4pm
Info: This conference was designed to provide local medical assistants and graduates of Northcentral Technical College with reasonable and quality continuing education to fulfill their requirements.

Cost is $59 and no book is required.

March 1st, 2020
Pancake Breakfast
Where: Unity American Legion
When: 8:30am-12:30pm
Info: Pancakes, sausage, eggs, toast, applesauce, coffee and milk!

Adults $7, under 12 $4, preschool free.

March 2nd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 2nd, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Early session is for youth 8-12.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

March 2nd, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 7pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Late session is for those 13-18.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

March 2nd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 2nd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 3rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 4th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 4th, 2020
Traffic Safety
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Info: Upon successful completion of the class, the student may request a 3 point reduction of the demerit points on their license.

Cost is $64.95 and the book is $8 plus tax.

March 4th, 2020
Entry Level Driver Operator, Part IV
Where: Spencer Fire Station
When: 6pm-9pm
Info: The purpose of this course is to provide the water tender driver with the knowledge and information needed to safely transport large amounts of water to a fire or other emergency scene and back to the station. this section is state funded for students who are affiliated with a fire department.

No cost and no book is required.

March 4th, 2020
Entry Level Driver Operator, Part IV
Where: Spencer Fire Station
When: 6pm-9pm
Info: The purpose of this course is to provide the water tender driver with the knowledge and information needed to safely transport large amounts of water to a fire or other emergency scene and back to the station. This section is for students who are not affiliated with a fire department.

Cost is $25 and no book is required.

March 4th, 2020
Professional Skills for Success Series: Adapting to Change
Where: NTC's Spencer and Medford Campus
When: 8am-11am
Info: Level up your personal and professional skills through out innovative Professional Skills for Success Series!

Cost is $99.

March 4th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 5th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 6th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 7th, 2020
72nd Annual Thorp Fireman's Ball
Where: Cindy's, Thorp

March 7th, 2020
Friends of The Highground Dinner
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: 5pm-6pm

March 9th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 9th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Early session is for youth 8-12.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

March 9th, 2020
Clark County Archery Program
Where: Black River Sportsmen Club, Withee
When: 7pm
Info: All youth are invited to participate. Late session is for those 13-18.

Cost is $10 and you must register. Classes limited to 24 people.

March 9th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 9th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 10th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 11th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

March 11th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 11th, 2020
Traffic Safety
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Info: Upon successful completion of the class, the student may request a 3 point reduction of the demerit points on their license.

Cost is $64.95 and the book is $8 plus tax.

March 11th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 12th, 2020
Story Time
Where: Colby Library
When: 1pm

March 12th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 13th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 14th, 2020
Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake
Where: Bowl Winkle's Two, Colby
When: 3pm-5pm
Info: $500 business sponsored lane which gets you 4-6 bowlers per lane, 2 hours of bowling fun, a great team building activity, prominent logo placement on the screen above your lane, company/business recognition, extra alley cash, business tax deduction and supporting a great cause.

To register, please contact Linda Koepke at 715-848-7207 or bbbsncw.org. Answer yes to sponsored team during registration.

March 14th, 2020
Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake
Where: Bowl Winkle's Two, Colby
When: 5pm-7pm
Info: $500 business sponsored lane which gets you 4-6 bowlers per lane, 2 hours of bowling fun, a great team building activity, prominent logo placement on the screen above your lane, company/business recognition, extra alley cash, business tax deduction and supporting a great cause.

To register, please contact Linda Koepke at 715-848-7207 or bbbsncw.org. Answer yes to sponsored team during registration.

March 14th, 2020
Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake
Where: Bowl Winkle's Two, Colby
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: $500 business sponsored lane which gets you 4-6 bowlers per lane, 2 hours of bowling fun, a great team building activity, prominent logo placement on the screen above your lane, company/business recognition, extra alley cash, business tax deduction and supporting a great cause.

To register, please contact Linda Koepke at 715-848-7207 or bbbsncw.org. Answer yes to sponsored team during registration.

March 14th, 2020
25th Annual Beaver Days
Where: Willard
When: All Day

March 16th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 16th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 16th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 17th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 18th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 18th, 2020
Traffic Safety
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Info: Upon successful completion of the class, the student may request a 3 point reduction of the demerit points on their license.

Cost is $64.95 and the book is $8 plus tax.

March 18th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 19th, 2020
Mine Safety
Where: NTC's Phillips Campus
When: 7:30am-4pm
Info: This course is provided by MSHA approved instructors and covers 8 complete hours of Mine Health and Safety topics including first aid, current MSHA changes, miners' rights and other relevant topics.

Cost is $70 and no book is required.

March 19th, 2020
Michael Perry Live: Sneezing Cows and Love Songs
Where: LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer
When: 7pm

March 19th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 20th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 20th, 2020
Medford Area Chamber of Commerce's Home & Business Expo and Quilt Show
Where: Medford High School
When: 4pm-8pm

March 21st, 2020
Thorp American Legion Annual Smelt Feed
Where: Thorp American Legion

March 21st, 2020
Medford Area Chamber of Commerce's Home & Business Expo and Quilt Show
Where: Medford High School
When: 10am-4pm

March 22nd, 2020
Medford Area Chamber of Commerce's Home & Business Expo and Quilt Show
Where: Medford High School
When: 10am-3pm

March 23rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 23rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 23rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 24th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 25th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 4:40pm
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 25th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Granton Community Center
When: 9am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 26th, 2020
Mine Safety
Where: NTC's Wittenberg Campus
When: 7:30am-4pm
Info: This course is provided by MSHA approved instructors and covers 8 complete hours of Mine Health and Safety topics including first aid, current MSHA changes, miners' rights and other relevant topics.

Cost is $70 and no book is required.

March 26th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Clark County Courthouse, Neillsville
When: 8am
Info: StrongBodies is alive and well in Clark County! StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength-training program developed by researchers at Tufts University.

The program is a 12 week class that meets twice a week for about 60 minutes and goes through a routine of 10 exercises using dumbbells and ankle weights.

StrongBodies was originally developed for middle-aged and older adults but has since been proven to be beneficial for all individuals. This program has shown to reduce risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and increases strength, muscle mass, bone density.

StrongBodies classes will be starting in Neillsville the week of January 6 and two different sessions will be offered on:

Mondays and Thursdays / 8:00 a.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 4:40 p.m. / Clark County Courthouse Auditorium

Mondays and Wednesdays / 9:00 a.m. / Granton Community Center

Classes will be offered in Loyal beginning in February

The cost is $20.00 for each 12-week class with scholarships available. Pre-registration is required prior to the start of the program – please contact the Extension Office (715-743-5121) to register and an informational packet will be mailed to you. Registration packet is also available online at: https://clark.extension.wisc.edu/2019/12/05/strongbodies-offered-in-2020/

Begin your journey to a healthier you - join a StrongBodies class this new year!

Check out the StrongBodies website at: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/strongwomenwisconsin/

March 27th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

March 31st, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 1st, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 2nd, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 3rd, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 3rd, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 4th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 5th, 2020
Boy Scout Troop 536's Pancake Supper
Where: Medford High School
When: 4pm-7pm

April 5th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 6th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 7th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 7th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 8th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

April 8th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 9th, 2020
Story Time
Where: Colby Library
When: 1pm

April 9th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 10th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 10th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 11th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 12th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 12th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 13th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 14th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 14th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 15th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 16th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 17th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 17th, 2020
Medford Kiwanis Club's Bit Ticket Bingo
Where: Medford High School
When: 6pm

April 17th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 18th, 2020
Maggie Mae and the Heartland Country Band
Where: Pittsville High School
When: 2pm
Info: Early bird pricing of $20 if purchased before December 23rd. Otherwise, $30/$25 for reserved seating.

To reserve, call 715-743-4224 or visit The Highground online.

April 18th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 19th, 2020
Mutts Gone Nuts
Where: LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer
When: 2pm

April 19th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 20th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 21st, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 21st, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 22nd, 2020
2nd Annual Clark County Business-to-Business Expo and Career Fair
Where: Clark Electric Cooperative, Greenwood
When: All Day
Info: Save the date! More details soon!

April 22nd, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 23rd, 2020
Mine Safety
Where: NTC's Phillips Campus
When: 7:30am-4pm
Info: This course is provided by MSHA approved instructors and covers 8 complete hours of Mine Health and Safety topics including first aid, current MSHA changes, miners' rights and other relevant topics.

Cost is $70 and no book is required.

April 23rd, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 24th, 2020
Strong Bodies Class
Where: Loyal Public Library
When: 11am-Noon
Info: Extension Clark County will be offering the evidence-based strength training program Strong Bodies (men and women) in Loyal.

Strength training reduces the risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis. It also increases strength, muscle mass, and bone density.

This class is designed specifically for middle-aged and older participants. A trained instructor will guide participants through the program as they see improvements in their health and wellness.

Cost is $20 per person. Call the Extension Office for further information or to register (715-743-5121).

April 24th, 2020
Mine Safety
Where: NTC's Antigo Campus
When: 7:30am-4pm
Info: This course is provided by MSHA approved instructors and covers 8 complete hours of Mine Health and Safety topics including first aid, current MSHA changes, miners' rights and other relevant topics.

Cost is $70 and no book is required.

April 24th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 25th, 2020
Unmasked, The Veteran Print Project and Lionhearted Film
Where: CART Center, Neillsville
When: 5pm-8pm
Info: A powerful and moving are exhibit by local artist Shawn Ganther and well known artist Yvette Pino.

Free admission and refreshments are provided.

April 25th, 2020
Clark County's Spring Into the Arts Studio Tour
Where: Clark County
When: 9am-5pm
Info: The tour features many of Clark County’s finest artists, guest artists and their creations - painters, potters, woodworkers, metal workers, jewelers, weavers, glass workers and much more.

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

Enjoy a weekend driving along the back roads of Clark County meeting artists in their studios and viewing their creative processes.

April 25th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 26th, 2020
Clark County's Spring Into the Arts Studio Tour
Where: Clark County
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The tour features many of Clark County’s finest artists, guest artists and their creations - painters, potters, woodworkers, metal workers, jewelers, weavers, glass workers and much more.

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

Enjoy a weekend driving along the back roads of Clark County meeting artists in their studios and viewing their creative processes.

April 26th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 27th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 28th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 29th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

April 30th, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

May 1st, 2020
Bloomin' Greenhouses Tour
Where: Clark County
When: Regular Business Hours
Info: Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse.

This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more!

For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.

May 13th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

May 14th, 2020
Story Time
Where: Colby Library
When: 1pm

June 6th, 2020
Check Your Credit Report Campaign
Where: Statewide
When: All Day
Info: Federal law gives everyone the right to request three free credit reports each year. Individuals can request one free report each from the three credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion online at the official website AnnualCreditReport.com. Two other options for ordering a free credit report are through the mail and by phone toll free at 1-877-322-8228. While you can order all three reports at the same time, ordering one free report every four months lets you keep an eye on your information throughout the year.

Note that the annual free credit report does not include a credit score. When ordering a free credit report, the credit bureau might also offer consumers additional paid services, including purchasing a credit score or credit monitoring services. These are optional paid services. A purchase or credit card information is never required to order the official free credit report.

The “Check Your Free Credit Report: 2/2, 6/6, 10/10” campaign from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension wants to make it easier to remember to order those free credit reports. Anyone can sign up to receive an email reminder from Extension three times a year—on 2/2, 6/6, and 10/10—on the campaign’s website: fyi.extension.wisc.edu/creditreport. More than 1000 Wisconsinites across Wisconsin have already signed up for email reminders.

According to the survey, the majority of those viewing their credit report found no errors, but that still left 6 percent of respondents who found an error on their report and needed to contact a credit bureau. In addition to fixing errors, 7 percent identified a way to improve their credit.

The number one action consumers can take to improve their credit score is to make on-time payments to creditors. When creditors choose to report to the three major credit bureaus, the credit report will show a record of on-time payments along with any 30, 60, or 90-day late payments. Late payments will stay on a credit report for up to 7 years and recent late payments especially will lower a credit score.

Another action to consider is to lower your credit utilization ratio. This means using less available credit on a credit card or paying down an existing loan. If an individual has a $1,000 credit limit on a credit card, for example, maintaining a balance of $250 or less is a frequent recommendation. To increase your credit score, some creditors further recommend using no more than 5% of your available limit on a credit card, or $50 in this example.

New options for increasing credit scores were also rolled out in 2019. Experian introduced their Experian Boost product that allows individuals to agree to give the credit bureau access to personal bank account information. This information is used to track bill payments that may not otherwise be reported to a credit bureau, such as rent payment or utility bill. On-time payments are reported using bank account information, but missed or late payments are not reported. This product could be helpful for individuals with a limited credit history and positive payment history, with more information found at Experian.com.

The UltraFICO Score is another new option that is being piloted through select financial institutions nationwide. The UltraFICO Score does not add information to a credit report, but does provide the option of adding additional points to a FICO score pulled by a creditor through the Experian credit bureau. The UltraFICO Score factors include the length of time financial accounts have been open, the history of positive account balances, frequency of back transactions, and evidence of cash on hand, such as a minimum $400 account balance for the previous three months. Participating financial services and more information is found at fico.com.

In addition to email reminders and links to credit resources, the Extension “2/2, 6/6, 10/10” campaign website, fyi.extension.wisc.edu/creditreport, provides information for ordering, reading, and understanding your free credit reports. You can also find out how to place a free credit freeze or fraud alert on your credit reports and whether that’s the right decision for you.

June 10th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

July 8th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

August 12th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

September 9th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

October 10th, 2020
Check Your Credit Report Campaign
Where: Statewide
When: All Day
Info: Federal law gives everyone the right to request three free credit reports each year. Individuals can request one free report each from the three credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion online at the official website AnnualCreditReport.com. Two other options for ordering a free credit report are through the mail and by phone toll free at 1-877-322-8228. While you can order all three reports at the same time, ordering one free report every four months lets you keep an eye on your information throughout the year.

Note that the annual free credit report does not include a credit score. When ordering a free credit report, the credit bureau might also offer consumers additional paid services, including purchasing a credit score or credit monitoring services. These are optional paid services. A purchase or credit card information is never required to order the official free credit report.

The “Check Your Free Credit Report: 2/2, 6/6, 10/10” campaign from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension wants to make it easier to remember to order those free credit reports. Anyone can sign up to receive an email reminder from Extension three times a year—on 2/2, 6/6, and 10/10—on the campaign’s website: fyi.extension.wisc.edu/creditreport. More than 1000 Wisconsinites across Wisconsin have already signed up for email reminders.

According to the survey, the majority of those viewing their credit report found no errors, but that still left 6 percent of respondents who found an error on their report and needed to contact a credit bureau. In addition to fixing errors, 7 percent identified a way to improve their credit.

The number one action consumers can take to improve their credit score is to make on-time payments to creditors. When creditors choose to report to the three major credit bureaus, the credit report will show a record of on-time payments along with any 30, 60, or 90-day late payments. Late payments will stay on a credit report for up to 7 years and recent late payments especially will lower a credit score.

Another action to consider is to lower your credit utilization ratio. This means using less available credit on a credit card or paying down an existing loan. If an individual has a $1,000 credit limit on a credit card, for example, maintaining a balance of $250 or less is a frequent recommendation. To increase your credit score, some creditors further recommend using no more than 5% of your available limit on a credit card, or $50 in this example.

New options for increasing credit scores were also rolled out in 2019. Experian introduced their Experian Boost product that allows individuals to agree to give the credit bureau access to personal bank account information. This information is used to track bill payments that may not otherwise be reported to a credit bureau, such as rent payment or utility bill. On-time payments are reported using bank account information, but missed or late payments are not reported. This product could be helpful for individuals with a limited credit history and positive payment history, with more information found at Experian.com.

The UltraFICO Score is another new option that is being piloted through select financial institutions nationwide. The UltraFICO Score does not add information to a credit report, but does provide the option of adding additional points to a FICO score pulled by a creditor through the Experian credit bureau. The UltraFICO Score factors include the length of time financial accounts have been open, the history of positive account balances, frequency of back transactions, and evidence of cash on hand, such as a minimum $400 account balance for the previous three months. Participating financial services and more information is found at fico.com.

In addition to email reminders and links to credit resources, the Extension “2/2, 6/6, 10/10” campaign website, fyi.extension.wisc.edu/creditreport, provides information for ordering, reading, and understanding your free credit reports. You can also find out how to place a free credit freeze or fraud alert on your credit reports and whether that’s the right decision for you.

October 14th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

November 11th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

December 9th, 2020
Clark County Health Department's Walk-In Immunization Clinic
Where: Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen
When: 3pm-4pm
Info: All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.

For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.

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