March 9th, 2021
Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen / 11:30am-5:30pmRed Cross staff follow the highest standards of safety and infection control and will be taking additional precautions as recommended by the CDC. By using Rapid Pass, donors can complete required reading, health history and registration online before entering the donation area. Everyone entering the donation area will be required to wear masks and have their temperature checked. Anyone with a temperature over 99.5 F will not be allowed to enter. Also, entry will be limited to donors. Please come and donate to help this drive reach the goal of 78 units. Thanks to all the donors in December, our last drive met Red Cross goal of 85 units! For appointments or any questions concerning the Blood Drive, call the Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS(1-800-733-2767) or Linda Barna at 715-229-4320.
March 10th, 2021
Marshfield Public Library / 6:30pmIn an exciting leap, valuable resources that had once been available only in the library are now available on our website. Marshfield High School and Marshfield Senior High School Yearbooks from 1950-2019 (with a few exceptions) have been digitized to make them available for online searching and browsing. Clio III is a collection of more than 1,500 digitized state and county history books, providing valuable historical information about Wisconsin, other states, and even Parish Registers of England. Adult Services Librarian Mehta Hess will provide an introduction to these resources to get you started. The presentation is geared for genealogy beginners.
March 11th, 2021
Neillsville Middle School Gym / 3:45 pmThe gym will open right after school for practice and to pre-register.
Boys and girls ages 8 through 13 are encouraged to attend. Boys will compete only against boys of their same age and likewise girls will only compete against girls of their same age.
There will be passing, dribbling and shooting events with no previous experience necessary.
There is no fee. Each participant will receive a plaque, medal or ribbon.
Due to covid, winners of the local contest will not have the option to participate in the “State” competition this year.
If you have any questions, call Judy at the Rec. Dept at 743-2400.
March 13th, 2021
Humbird Pond / Noon to 3 pm1st Prize in each fish category is a .22 rifle
Fish categories: Bluegill, Crappie & Perch
Raffles and prizes, along with hot lunch, beverages and bait available on site
Proceeds to benefit the Alma Center Fire District and the North Branch Humbird Rod and Gun Club.