flag image
Lake Geneva Chiropractic


County Report
Lakeland Board recommends new facility
County Civil Air Patrol seeks new members
Program offers relief for farmers
Bowling event raises $8,000 for area Big Brothers Big Sisters
County offers deal to 175 delinquent jurors
Sunde earns spot with

4-H Showcase Singers

Rebecca Sunde of La Grange 4-H was selected as a member of the 2003 State 4-H Showcase Singers.

Since its inception in 1987, the Wisconsin 4-H Showcase Singers have become a renowned youth performing group. Audiences at the Wisconsin State Fair and 4-H Youth Conference have been dazzled by their intricate choreography and polished vocal renditions of America's best pop and show music.

While adjectives such as "professional" and "spectacular" are used to describe the group's performances, more than half of the members have had no show choir experience prior to joining.

"Membership in Showcase Singers results in a tremendous sense of pride in achieving a high level of performance and a strong bond of friendship and family," according to a press release from 4-H Program Assistant Jan Ellsworth. "This is an exciting opportunity, and we're pleased that Rebecca was selected as a representative from Walworth County 4-H."

For more information on the Walworth County 4-H Program, contact the University of Wisconsin-Extension office at 741-3184.

University offer

degrees out of Elkhorn

Upper Iowa University — Elkhorn Center offers bachelor's degrees in accounting, business, criminal justice, human resource management, and management.

The center is located at Gateway Technical College. Classes are offered in a concentrated eight-week format and are held during evening and weekend hours.

Upper Iowa University transfers up to 60 credits from accredited two-year colleges and up to 90 credits from four-year institutions.

For further information or to set up an appointment to meet with an academic advisor call 741-8454.

Baseball players will speak at meeting

Three members of the original All-American Girls Professional Baseball League will speak Wednesday, April 23 at a meeting of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Walworth County.

The league, featured in the movie "A League of Our Own," was founded by Chicago Cubs owner Philip Wrigley in 1943 and lasted until 1954.

League members Jo Lenard, Ruth Ries "Boots" Zillmer and Joan Staehle Glassco will join members at the meeting. The program begins at 7 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 111 N. Broad St., Elkhorn.

Sons of Norway will meet April 22 in Elkhorn

The Sons of Norway Lodge, Norsemen of the Lakes, will meet Tuesday, April 22, at 7 p.m. at the Town Crier Auction Hall, 1 Depot Lane, Elkhorn.

Guests are welcome. Membership is open to anyone of Norwegian descent or who is interested in having fun learning about the people and culture of Norway.

For information, write to Sons of Norway, Norsemen of the Lakes, P.O. Box 967, Williams Bay, 53191.

Comments ()
Regional News