Schedule change for JH Football on Oct. 14:
Due to Parent-Teacher Conferences, the WDC at New York Mills junior high football games on Oct. 14 will be played starting at 6:30pm (7th) and 7:30pm (8th) under the lights in New York Mills. The bus will leave at 5:45pm.
"Dreamy Art" by Mrs. Danielson's Students!
WDC third-graders drew images of their favorite things they like to daydream about in Mrs. Danielson's art class. First, a photo was taken of the students, which they carefully cut out and glued it to their poster board. Then they started drawing their favorite activities, foods, hobbies, you name it! From playing baseball to traveling in space, they dreamed up lots of creative drawings!
Join us for fabulous food and action-packed volleyball at the sixth annual WDC Education Foundation FALL FEST on Thursday, Oct. 2 in the Commons at WDC Middle/High School. From 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., enjoy brats, hotdogs, sauerkraut, chips, coleslaw and beverage before the start of the WDC vs. Staples-Motley volleyball game at 7 p.m. in the WDC Gymnasium. There will be a charge for the meal with proceeds to benefit Wadena-Deer Creek High School’s visual arts and robotics programs. Sponsored by the WDC Education Foundation, Fall Fest has become the Foundation’s biggest fundraiser, where people support student programming, while enjoying a great meal served by Foundation board members.
The WDC track and dance teams are putting on a fundraiser 5K/1K run/walk/shamble, MONSTER RUN, on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 9am. There will be a 1K run for kids 12 and under and a costume contest, so bring your kids and test out their Halloween costumes! There will be big prizes for the overall male/female 5K winner, too. This is an all ages event, so pass on the information to anyone you know who would be interested in running or walking a 5K or 1K.
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Any questions, contact Marc Reynolds at 632-2305 or Beth Motschenbacher at 632-6041.
Cyber Cafe's 7th Annual Coat Drive is Sept. 30 to Oct. 30. Accepting coats, hats, mittens, scarves, boots and other winter clothing in good condition. For more information, contact the Cyber Cafe at 632-5700.
Tri-County Health Care is offering a "Babysitting Training Class" from 8am to 2pm, Saturday, Oct. 18 in the Browne Family Conference Room at TCHC in Wadena. Learn how to be a safe and responsible babysitter. Topics covered include: safety, professionalism, basic care, first aid and leadership. Class is open to ages 11 and up. Lunch, snacks and learning materials provided. Class fee: $15. To register, call (218) 632-8181.