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Students of month

Athens Middle School students of the month in October were: Jenna Handschke, art; Faith Nowak, band; Braiden Imhoff, choir and Lydia Elsmo, physical education.

Athens High School students of the month in October were: Elizabeth Copenhaver, art; Parker Tischauser, band; Allison Wolf, faculty assistant; Cassandra Riehle, choir and Blake Imhoff, physical education.

Senior Citizens

The Senior Citizens card group met on Nov. 7 for weekly card playing at the Athens Area Fire and Ambulance Hall.

Two games of Sheepshead were played. David Perrodin won the first game and Alvira Henrichs took second place. Butch Boris won the second game and Pat Frank placed second. Jan Lake received low score.

The Senior Citizens card group will next meet on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 1 p.m. in the Athens Area fire and Ambulance Hall.

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 Dec. 31 at the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch, located at 221 Caroline Street.

Family pajama party

Young children and their families can hear relaxing stories, music and get ready for bedtime with a special Family Pajama Story Time from 7-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch, located at 221 Caroline Street.

Attendees can wear their pajamas, bring their blankets and their favorite stuffed animal, too. This event is free and people can call the library at 715-257-7292 for more information.

Book Club

The Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch will have a Book Club from 6:30-8 p.m. this Thursday, Nov. 14. The book attendees will discuss is titled, “The Children” by author Ann Leary.

Needle arts events

Adults and teenagers can learn how to knit a simple hat by stopping into the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch between 1-4 p.m. on either Tuesday, Nov. 12 or 19, to participate.

Yarn and needles will be provided, but participants can also bring their own supplies. These events are free and people can call the Athens library at 715-257-7292 for more information.

Pumpkin pie craft

One of the best treats of autumn is a nice big slice of pumpkin pie. Children can make their own non-edible craft version during a special craft event from 10:30-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at the Marathon County Public Library’s Athens Branch, located at 221 Caroline St.

This event is free with all supplies provided. People can call the Athens library at 715-257-7292 for more information.

Middle school honor roll

Athens Middle School has announced its honor roll for the first quarter of the 2019-20 school year.

Highest Honors

Grade six: Isabella Zastrow. Grade seven: Bailey Hanke.

High Honors

Grade six: Jordan Frahm, SyRih Hartwig, Makayla Schreiner and Riley Schultz-Becker.

Grade seven: Sarai Aguilar-Hernandez, McKenzie Belter, Aleah Frahm, Braiden Imhoff, Kyana Janda and Aaliyah Thompson.

Grade eight: Sophia Coker, Sydney Coker, Jennifer Espinoza-Quiroz, Jenna Handschke, Jazelle Hartwig, Addison Lavicka, Emma Normand, Kiara Nowacki, Faith Nowak and Cambrea Sarasin.

Honors

Grade six: Vanessa Espinoza-Quiroz, Gavin Frahm, Alyvia Haehlke, Zachary Martyn and Bradley Yessa.

Grade seven: Kaden Auner, Lily Butler, Lily Hiles, Ellyanne Manecke, Nicholas Pittman and Arwyn Stewart.

Grade eight: Jakob Annala, Abigail Duerr, William Perez, Andi Redmann, Kaydin Streit, Alexa Weiler and Ava Zettler.

High school honor roll

Athens High School has announced its honor roll for the first quarter of the 2019-20 school year.

Highest Honors

Grade 10: Mathew Redmann, Cassan- dra Riehle, Lila Thompson and Madison Wagner-Durr.

Grade 11: Cobie Ellenbecker, Heidi Verpoorten and Caleb Welbes.

Grade 12: Andrew Hartmann, Courtney Murkowski, Brock Thompson and Tanner Westfall.

High Honors

Grade nine: Celina Ellenbecker, Elle Gauerke, Connor Komarek, Annika Kulas, Dominic Lewandowski, Sierra Nowacki, Katlyn Schreiner, Piper Wagner, Nathan Wolf and Addyson Zettler.

Grade 10: Alexus Aguilar-Hernandez, Chloe Boneske, Hannah Bozkurt, Cooper Diedrich, Aiden Guralski, Evan Guralski, Siarra Hart, Kody Lepak, Ethan Marohl, Anna Nowicki, Kenesha Schug and Elizabeth Van Rixel.

Grade 11: Jacob Brumbaugh, Jarrett Daul, Dana Felzkowski, Cameron Imhoff, Gary Peel, Bradyn Peterson, Maleah Redmann, Kaitlyn Riehle, Nancy Schreiner, Autumn Westfall and Anna Wheatley.

Grade 12: Halle Albrecht, Kellie Annala, Mya Becker, Ben Ellenbecker, Dayna Ellenbecker, Elizabeth Hoffman, Paula Lira, Johnathon Nowacki, Abby Olson, Reanna Stowe, Abby Van Rixel and Kiera Weiler.

Honors

Grade nine: Emma Ford, Helen Kingsbury, Olivia Schreiner and Connor Sheahan.

Grade 10: Caleb Borchardt, Caden Decker, Andrew Frick, Blake Imhoff, Brooks Kraus and Cody Murkowski.

Grade 11: Montana Albrecht, Shauna Belter, Crystal Dearth, Jake Denzine, Dayne Diethelm, Dawn Erickson, Grace Johnson, Michael Komarek, Alexander Mengel, Tristan Paul, Kyle Peel, Kaden Redmann, Caleb Sarasin, Sawyer Schreiner, Shyana Zettler-Finck and Dakota Zillmer.

Grade 12: Sadie Albrecht, Marisol Bonilla, Carter Brunke, Eli Bunkelman, Izzy denOtter, Chase Ellenbecker, Alex Erickson, Cameron Ford, Tori Halopka, Aaron Hartmann, Alicia Hoffmann, Spencer Kraus, Edison Marohl, Courtney Sommer, Courtney Tesch, Parker Tischauser, Connor Westfall, Allison Wolf and Daryn Yessa.

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