Highlights from the March 15
edition of The Sounder
Christopher Bichler Wins Random Lake High School Distinguished Alumni Award -- The longtime social studies teacher and coach will receive the award during the 2018 commencement ceremony on June 3.
Town of Sherman Changes Some EMS Coverage -- The town's western tier of sections used to be part of the Batavia First Responders territory. Now that the Town of Scott Medical Responders have replaced the Batavia unit, the town board voted to switch its coverage to the Random Lake Fire Department. Read more about it.
Town of Sherman Discusses Road, Trucking Issues -- The board met with John Rassel, president of Krier Foods Inc. Food grade wastewater from Krier Foods is hauled out to fields in the Town of Sherman.
Photos from the Random Lake Fire Department Fish Fry -- This now annual event took place on March 9.
New Clutch Energy Drink Has Local Connection -- John Rassel of Random Lake is part of the drink's Power Nation parent company.
Some Random Lake High School Students Hold a 17-Minute Walkout on March 13 -- Read what the students hoped to accomplish.
Blood Donations Sought by American Red Cross and BloodCenter of Wisconsin -- Both agencies have issued a call for more blood donors. Each week The Sounder lists upcoming blood drives in The Sounding Board on Page 10.
What's Happening at Lakeview Community Library? -- See the list of new books and other library news too. The library is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon. Your library card is free!
The Weekly Clergy Comment -- All area pastors are invited to write a periodic column in The Sounder. Read a new one each week -- see what they have to say.
Obituaries in the March 15 Edition -- Patricia K. (Pierre) Ardisana (the obituary link above is updated daily).
A List of Fun Family Activities -- Check The Sounding Board, a detailed calendar of events, on Pages 10-11. It has concerts, plays, art exhibits, dinners, brat fries, fundraisers, local government meetings, bloodmobile visits, walks and runs, family fun activities, and lots more.
Looking Ahead to Track & Field -- Spring sport previews begin with a look at the Random Lake and Ozaukee track and field teams.
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