Antigo High School juniors have a big time at their prom on Saturday|
Andy Merry back on school board Tuesday
|Antigo High School celebrated “A Night of Kings and Queens” Saturday, at the 2015 junior prom.|
A casino night theme kicked off the spring prom season in Langlade County, with the Sheldon Fieldhouse filled with black and red balloons and an acroutrement of gaming symbols, including giant playing cards and dice.
Following the grand march, Hayden Groot and Lexie Schroeder were announced as king and queen.
They were joined on the court by Kaylee Bukolt and Max Nowinsky, first attendants;
Brittany Bastle and JJ Kasin Liu, second attendants; McKenzy Powell and Alex Nagel, third attendants; and Nadia Voytovich and Nicholas Greening, fourth attendants.
Royal crown bearers were Brietta Young and Nolan Bunnell.
Prom season continues this Saturday evening at Elcho and concludes with White Lake’s gala on May 16.
Couples participating in Antigo grand march included:
Blaze Bunn and Ryan Alexander; Mara Wurtinger and Randy Palmer; Gabby Dodd and Jared Gore; Makayla Bessert and Colton Powell; Jada Mach and Andy Novak; Murron Roff and Collin Cooper; Morgana Smith and Cody LaBay; Nikole Houdek and Tony Libit; Paige Zenkobvich and Hayde
The Antigo High School prom court. In the front are the royal crown bearers, Nolan Bunnell and Brietta Young. From left are Nicholas Greening and Nadia Voytovich, fourth attendants, Max Nowinsky and Kaylee Bukolt, first attendants, Queen Lexie Schroeder and King Hayden Groot, Brittney Bastle and JJ Kasin Liu, second attendants, and McKenzy Powell and Alex Nagel, third attendants.
Andy Merry will return to a familiar seat when the Unified School District of Antigo board of education holds its reorganizational meeting on Tuesday.
The reorganizational business will take place at the opening of the regular April session. It will begin at 7 p.m. in the media tech room at the high school.
Merry was the top vote-getter in the spring election and will join the nine-member panel for a three year term. It is a familiar spot for him, serving from 2010 to 2013. He replaces Mike Jaje, who did not seek re-election.
Also re-elected to new three-term terms were Mike Boldig, who currently serves as board president, and Jeanne Long.
Reorganizational matters will also include election of officers. In addition to Boldig, the current slate includes Scott Jensema, vice-president; Jessica Meade, clerk; and Patrick McKenna, treasurer.
The board will also appoint a representative to the Cooperative Educational Service Agency No. 9 Board of Control and a delegate and alternate to the Wisconsin Association of School Boards convention.
Under new business, the board is expected to adopt revised policies on board elections and member quali
Antigo's Jim Martinsen earns honors at Wausau visual arts exhibition
Ace Equipment growing, looking for employees who are skilled, team players
|Antigo photographer Jim Martinsen earned first place at the Wausau Visual Arts “Cattails and Flowers” show currently hanging in the “Reaching New Heights Gallery” inside Marshfield Clinic, 3501 Cranberry Blvd, Weston. |
His first place photograph, “Just Before the Snow,” is an image of a teasel viewed through a rain-spattered window.
Katy Ralph, administrator of the Nicolet College Art Gallery judged the show.
“The composition is great,” Ralph said. “It is mysterious and slightly quirky. It is both soft and prickly. I love how it feels both still and in motion. Everything works together wonderfully.”
Each entry was judged on emotional appeal, mastery of technique, innovative use of materials, composition and overall presentation. The show will remain hanging until June 2.
Martinsen is an Antigo Visual Arts gallery administrator.
Jim Martinsen with his award-winning photograph, “Just Before the Snow.”
'Pickers' will be searching here
|Ace Equipment Company, launched in 1997, is one of the area’s leading manufacturers of garbage compactors and cardboard balers.|
The company, located on Cherry Road northeast of Antigo, is owned by Eric Fuller and began by building one piece of equipment at a time. With each new machine, the brand gained popularity and the business grew to the 65,000 square foot shop that develops trash compactors, apartment compactors, self-contained compactors, front compactors and vertical balers.
“Utilizing cutting-edge technology and the skills of its employees, we’ve been able to stay on top of the market,” Angela Jacobson for Ace Equipment, said. “Continuous improvement and new designs have been attracting more customers as well as the reliable service that we have and continue to offer with each machine sold.”
Ace is constantly developing new products to meet the growing and changing needs of customers, Jacobson said, with compactors and balers used for a variety of disposal needs such as garbage collection and recycling. Although a majority of customers are located in the Midwest, Ace has equipment throughout the United States.
“Manufacturing employees are i
The interior (top photo) and warehouse area of Ace Equipment Company, one of the area's leading manufacturers of garbage compactors and cardboard balers.
|The northwoods, with a host of old barns, ramshackle homesteads and dilapidated sheds tucked along back roads, may become a picker’s paradise.|
Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and Antique Archeology will film episodes of their hit series “American Pickers” throughout Wisconsin in May, and Antigo is on the list.
“American Pickers” is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique picking on History. The show follows two of the most skilled pickers in the business, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, as they embark on an epic road trip across the U.S. in search of America’s most valuable antiques from motorcycles, classic cars and bicycles to one-of-a-kind vintage memorabilia. Mike and Frank are on a mission to recycle America, restore forgotten relics to their former glory, and learn a thing or two about American history along the way.
According to the show’s producers, “Pickers” is looking for leads and would love to explore what the area has to offer. They are on the hunt for interesting characters with unique items. Some of what they look for: Vintage bicycles, toys, unusual radios, movie memorabilia, advertising, military items, folk art, vintag
“American Pickers” Mike Wolfe ( left) and Frank Fritz are coming to the northwoods. Antigo is among the stops.
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