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Send Athens news to: RR@tpprinting.com phone: 715-223-2342 fax: 715-223-3505 P.O. Box 677 103 West Spruce Street Abbotsford, WI 54405 Students of the Month

The following Athens Middle School students were awarded Students of the Month in February: Riley Schultz-Becker, agriculture; Logan Ebben, business information technology; Cambrea Sarasin, family consumer education and Hunter Felix, technology and engineering education.

The following Athens High School students were named Students of the Month in February: Elle Gauerke, Spanish I; Cassandra Riehle, Spanish 2; Peyton Zettler, agriculture; Nancy Schreiner, business information technology; Morgan Sommer, family consumer education and Spencer Kraus, technology and engineering education.

Church fish fries

St. Anthony’s Catholic School in Athens is hosting fish fries from 4:30-7 p.m. on Fridays, March 20 and April 3.

There is a fee for people to eat the Friday fish fry that includes deep fried fish, baked fish, shrimp or combo, choice of potato, coleslaw and a dessert and beverage. Carry-out fish fries are available by calling 715-257-7541.

Book Club

The March Book Club at the Marathon County Branch Athens Library will be held at 6 p.m. this Thursday, March 12.

Book Club attendees will discuss the book titled ‚ÄúSearching for Sylvie‚ÄĚ by author Jean Kwok.

STEAM assembly

Trinity Lutheran School in Athens will hold a SteamTechnologyEngineeringArtsMatch (STEAM) asembly in its gym from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Monday, March 30, in its gym.

Youth from St. Anthony Catholic and Athens Elementary schools are welcome to attend.

Weaving initiative

All ages of people can participate in a community-wide weaving project happening now through March 19 at the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch, located at 221 Caroline St.

People can add to this ever evolving project using yarn and other textile materials any time the branch is open. People wanting more information on this community initiative can call the Athens library at 715-257-7292.

Noodle butterfly craft

Children and their caregivers can attend a spring-themed story time and create a butterfl y using painted bow-tie pasta from 11 a.m. until noon on Wednesday, March 18, at the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch.

This event is free and people can call the Athens Library at 715-257-7292 for more information.

Bottle cap creations

Teenagers and adults can turn bottle caps into eye-catching magnets, pins and badeges at the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch anytime when the library is open on Monday, March 16 through Saturday, March 21.

This event is free and all supplies are provided.

Weekly knitting

Adults can practice their knitting, crocheting and more on a weekly basis with new sessions of Needle Arts afternoons from 1-4 p.m. each Tuesday until May 26 at the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch, located at 221 Caroline Street.

Senior Citizens

The Senior Citizens card group met on March 5 for weekly card playing at the Athens Area Fire and Ambulance Hall.

Three games of Sheepshead were played. Alvira Henrichs won the first game and Ceil Frank took second place. Steve Klockziem won the second game and David Perrodin placed second. Butch Boris won the third game and Bitsy Ewan took second place. Sally Whaples received low score.

The Senior Citizens card group will play cards again at 1 p.m. on this Thursday, March 12, at the Athens Area Fire and Ambulance Hall.

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