Elcho marking homecoming week, parade Friday, football game Saturday|
AHS marching band showcase Saturday
|Elcho High School is showing its spirit, with special activities stretching through the week towards Fridays pep assembly and parade and Saturdays big homecoming game and dance.|
Members of the court, who were selected last week, include freshmen representatives Lincoln Reichl and Anna Schilling; sophomore representatives Samantha DeNamur and Wyatt Wheeler and junior reps Cazmin Senoraske and Jessica Slowik.
Among the senior class, Molli Morrison, Maria Maierhofer, Austin Greenhaw and Bobby Eitrem and vying for honors as king and queen, with the runners-up serving as class representatives. They will be crowned Friday.
Throughout this week, there have been class sign competitions, with the banners on display in the gym. Tonight the school spirit will be on display at the girls varsity and junior varsity volleyball match against Goodman-Pembine starting at 5:30 p.m. There will be food and refreshments available from the Elcho Booster Club.
Friday kicks off with a student pep assembly presented by the Student Council starting just after 1:30 p.m. The parade through Elcho will follow at 5:30 p.m. It will include student groups, alumni, teacher
Members of the Elcho homecoming court include, from left, freshmen Lincoln Reichl and Anna Schilling; sophomores Samantha DeNamur and Wyatt Wheeler; juniors Cazmin Senoraske and Jessica Slowik; and seniors Molli Morrison, Austin Greenhaw, Maria Maierhofer and Bobby Eitrem.
Fall Ice Age outing is Saturday
|High school musicians from throughout the region will be featured at Antigos historic Schofield Stadium Saturday for a marching band invitational.|
Bands from Merrill, Marathon, and Antigo will perform beginning at 6:30 p.m. and continuing under the lights until 9 p.m.
Each band will perform their marching show, and Wisconsin State Music Association judges will offer a critique and score the band in numerous categories. A drumline feature and all-band finale will also take place.
The showcase is hosted by the Antigo High School band program, which will be performing the field show True Heroes of Iwo Jima.
Jeff Dewey, Antigo High School director of bands, invites all music fans to come and watch.
This is an opportunity for the community to see an example of what marching band is all about, Dewey said. Its not just about football games, its an educational and artistic entity of its own.
Antigo High School junior Lauren Hackbarth will be playing in her second Antigo Marching Showcase, and says she is looking forward to it, describing the event as a unique experience to see other bands.
Band Boosters will sel
The Antigo High School Marching Red Robins, shown following the 2015 state championships, will hold a marching showcast Saturday.
Early voting opens in Antigo, it was even hours before first debate
|A fall hike on the Ice Age National Scenic Trail in Langlade County will take place Saturday. The hike organized by the Langlade County Ice Age Trail Chapter is open to the public. Interested persons should meet 9 a.m. in front of the Langlade County Forestry Office at the fairgrounds.|
Participants are encouraged to wear suitable clothing and bring a lunch. Transportation to the trailhead northwest of Antigo at County Trunk T will be provided from the fairgrounds.
The hike will serve as a local observance of National Trails Day held earlier this summer in other parts of the country. The special day is organized annually by trail groups to observe the October 2, 1968, signing of the National Trails Act by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
An added feature for outing participants will be a special 40th anniversary hiker patch as an observance of the chapters 4 decades of trail activity in Langlade County. To earn the patch, persons must make 2 of the 3 outings scheduled by the chapter this year.
The October hike will be a five-mile round trek on the Parrish Hills segment to the site of a former trail landmark, an old pickup truck. Last summer chapter
John Baker and Rita Fox at the old blue pickup truck, which served for decades as an unofficial landmark along the Parrish Hill segment of the Ice Age Trail.
Work continuing on Habitat home
|The city of Antigo opened early in-person voting Monday, hours before the two presidential candidates took to the stage in their first presidential debate.|
City Clerk-Treasurer Kaye Matucheski and her staff mailed absentee ballots on Thursday and when the doors opened Monday, the voting booths were in place in the vestibule of her office.
The first in-person ballots were cast today.
Matucheski said that those wishing to take advantage of the early voting opportunity should make sure and bring a photo ID. Those who are new residents of the community must fill out the proper registration paperwork and bring along proof of residency.
Early voting will be allowed during normal office hours, Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to noon. It will end at the close of the business day on Friday, Nov. 4.
Matucheski stressed that different municipalities have established different schedules for early voting. Those outside of the city limits should contact their town or village clerk for details.
The Wisconsin ballot includes closely contested races for president and U.S. senator.
Democratic presidential c
From left, Jaime Horswill, Kaye Matucheski and Jeanne Jensen with the ballots and voting booths set up for early voting at City Hall.
|Recent rains have delayed, but not halted work on the Habitat for Humanity Home being built for the Shaddon and Franchesca Swim Family near White Lake, with an open house slated in under a month.|
Workers have started putting siding on this past week and the home is expected to be completed and ready for the family by early November.
To reach that goal many more individuals and groups will need to step forward to help, Habitat President Paul Grinde said, adding Ive always been impressed by the willingness of people in Langlade County to volunteer.
The group works Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch is provided. To volunteer please call Grinde at 715-216-8718 .
The community open house is being scheduled for Oct 22.
Volunteers work on the siding at the Habitat for Humanity house.
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