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People’s State Bank, Marathon, will again host a A Circle of Joy Christmas “Giving Tree.”
People wishing to give Christmas presents to needy children can review ornaments on the tree stating children’s ages and wish lists. To give a gift, people need to pick a name. All gifts are to be wrapped and returned to the bank tree no later than Thursday, Dec. 12.
Kurt-n-Jo’s restaurant in Marathon City has offered to host “Washington Wednesdays” in support of a Marathon Venture Academy trip to Washington, D.C.
Kurt-n-Jo’s will donate 10 percent of Wednesday sales (dine-in, take-out, and ice cream) from 4-8 p.m. to the student trip. The fundraiser will last through Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.
High school honor roll
Marathon High School has announced its first quarter honor roll for the 2019-20 school year.
High Honor Roll
Seniors: Mira Beranek, Kyli Blume, Elizabeth Boehm, Tyler Cliver, Sierra Eckardt, Doran Exline, Emily Exline, Lucas Feck, Makayla Folan, Katrina Fredrickson, Bradyn Free, Sarah Fritz, Madigan Fuhrman, Gracie Gage, Sierra Gage, Luke Hahn, Devin Hall, Jocelyn Hamann, Rebekah Henrichs, Luke Hieronimus, Hannah Hornung, Shane Kahan, Kole Kaldunski, Bailey Karlen, Breanne Karlen, Darin Karlen, Mavrick Kreager, Michael Lawrence, Logan Ludwig, Molly Mohr, Clarke Mouw, Eric Mroczenski, Lorelie Peters, Will Prihoda, Sophia Schalk, Aaron Schumacher, Nathan Seubert, Marguerite Stoffel, Peyton Timler, Nathan Trawicki, Garrison Treankler, Cassandra Tucker, Shawn Williams.
Juniors: Emma Baeseman, Anna Cleven, Kylie Draeger, Colton Free, Alexander Gosse, Michael Hahn, Dakota Hall, Kaitlyn Kaiser, Reed Klinger, Cullen Krasselt, Hope Krautkramer, Jaicee Kunkel, Dawson Lang, Cayd Luther, Erika Moore, Alexa Mroczenski, Jocelyn Opela, Chentaly Phakitthong, Piper Pietrowski, Aria Quiggle, Kaitlyn Rusch, Jake Sweno, Jared Sweno, Keean Turnquist, Matthew VandeBoom, Steven Vesnefsky, Brock Warren.
Sophomores: Jenna Aschbrenner, Emily Duberstein, Noah Fritz, Noah Gage, Brett Gertschen, McKenna Haehlke, Alyssa Hall, Laci Hoeksema, Trinity Hornung, Brooke Jourdan, Jaden Koeller, Alexandria Kraimer, Vanessa Krueger, Elizabeth LaQua, McKinnley Marks, Margaret Mouw, Abigail Plachetka, Jada Prihoda, Kayla Radtke, Benjamin Robbins, Laila Smith, Chloe Sonnentag, Lindsey Sparr, John Stoffel, Kendra Stoffel, Jonah Streveler, Julianna Thurs, Sofia Tylinski, Katelyn Underwood.
Freshmen: Saul Beranek, Ian Blake, Ava Buchberger, Jalyn Burish, Jaron Gage, Andrew Goergen, Charlotte Gruetzmacher, Brianna Hieronimus, Grace Kahon, Andrew Love, Madeline Martin, Sierra Meyer, Elizabeth Paul, Ashley Phakitthong, Meredith Poremba, Kali Prihoda, Grace Riesgraf, Ashley Seliger, Griffi n Treankler.
Seniors: Zachary Baumann, Erica Guralski, Emma Handrick, Bryn Kennedy, Kolby Koeller, Mitchell Lo, Mercedes Lobner, Joseph Matis, Courtney Myszka, Jared Seymour, Mikaela Wood.
Juniors: Jaidyn Carlson, Samuel Dick, Emily Koppa, Hunter Krautkramer, Mikayla Mathwich, Jaden Mletzko, Katrina Mroczenski, Madalyn Phelps, Lyndsay Pintor, Connor Strasser, Kristoffer Twerberg.
Sophomores: Katlyn Bahr, Angela Baumann, Stefani Chesek, Matthew Dzwonkowski, Lucille Hahn, Nathan Hanke, Kyle Hollenbeck, Michael Kindlarski, Regan Lobner, Ella Mader, Owen Marks, Allison Wokatsch, Marysol Zavaleta.
Freshmen: Nicholas Bahr, Hannah Baldeshwiler, Emma DeBroux, David Duberstein, Pierson Hamann, Grant Koch, Daniel LaQua, Chloe LaValley, Jacob Lo, Jersey Lobner, Korin Mroczenski, Ahlexis Dru Nowak, Megan Oertel, Taylor Pawlowicz, Derek Scheiderer, Ian Skala, Logan Werner, Cheyenne Wichlacz.
Watercolor Tile Art
Children can create colorful, one-ofa- kind ceramic coasters during a free drop-in art event on Friday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Marathon Branch Public Library. The offering is free. Call 715-443-2775 for more information.
The Village of Marathon City is asking area residents to complete a housing survey to help develop housing policies and future initiatives.
The 10-minute survey is anonymous, but participants can enter a drawing for a chance to win four $50 gift cards.
The survey on-line is at https://marathoncityhousing. questionpro.com. Hard copies of the survey are available at the Marathon Municipal Center, Marathon City Branch Public Library and the Raymond and Marie Goldbach Swim Center.
The survey will close Sunday, Nov. 24, at 10 p.m.
Farm toy show
The 32nd annual Farm Toy and Craft Sale sponsored by the Marathon FFA Alumni will be held Sunday, Dec. 8, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Marathon Area Elementary School. Proceeds from the event will support the Marathon FFA and the Marathon High School agricul- tural program.
For more information, contact Steve Krautkramer at 715-432-3518 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Mary’s School, Marathon, will host a 20th annual Thanksgiving community banquet Thursday, Nov. 28, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
To make a reservation for the nocharge dinner, call 715-443-3124. Meal delivery is available on request.
Harvest Story Time
Children and their parents/caregivers can hear autumn-themed stories, sing songs and make a special craft based on the fall harvest during a special story time on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Marathon Branch Public Library. The event is free. For more information, call 715443-2775.
Small Shop Saturday
Forty small businesses and crafters will gather Nov. 30 for a Small Shop Saturday at Marathon Area Elementary School 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will feature raffle baskets to benefit Maddy Lang.