The Spring Valley Community Food Pantry is seeking new directors. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
The Spring Valley Community Food Pantry is seeking new directors. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 12:01 AM

SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Community Food Pantry is seeking new leadership to manage this ministry that has served our community for more almost 25 years.  Anyone who in interested in this important volunteer responsibility is encouraged to contact the Pastor of any of our local churches since they serve as the board of directors for the Food Panty.  The phone numbers of these Pastors are listed below.  

  • Spring Valley Community Food Pantry managers wanted

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Community Food Pantry is seeking new leadership to manage this ministry that has served our community for more almost 25 years.  Anyone who in interested in this important volunteer responsibility is encouraged to contact the Pastor of any of our local churches since they serve as the board of directors for the Food Panty.  The phone numbers of these Pastors are listed below.  

  • Sentinel Publications purchases ‘Baldwin Bulletin’

    BALDWIN, WI – Sentinel Publications on June 27 purchased the “Baldwin Bulletin,” the newspaper announced. Sentinel Publications, which is owned by Carter Johnson, also includes the “Amery Free Press,” the “Osceola Sun,” the (Grantsburg) “Burnett County Sentinel” and the (Minn.) “Country Messenger.”

  • July meeting held for Village Board of Elmwood

    ELMWOOD, WI – The July meeting was held for the Village Board of Elmwood on Monday, July 9, 2018 in the historic Village Auditorium, Dining Room. The Board members present for the meeting were: President Bill Stewart and Trustees Marge Binkowski, Josh Bleskacek, Paul Unser, Dolores Radtke, Richard Jones and Rick Stohr.

  • Queen’s Corner

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  • Two B-W Fastpitch teams receive prestigious Youth 1st Team Award

    OWATONNA, MN – The Baldwin-Woodville 10U and 12U Softball teams have been selected by the Lakeville Fastpitch Softball Association in partnership with Youth 1st, along with several business sponsors and the Minnesota Twins Community Fund as the recipient of a Youth 1st Team Award for their outstanding sportsmanship during the 2018 Lakeville Classic Tournament.

  • Wisconsin Cheese Day celebrated in Pierce County

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  • Elmwood Area Community Club receives generous donation

    ELMWOOD, WI – Through the generous support of Thrivent Financial, and their "Live Generously" community support campaign, the Elmwood Area Community Club is the recipient of a $500 startup donation to help fund expenses for the 40th UFO Days celebration July 27-29, 2018. 

  • Spring Valley Village Board holds June meeting

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Here is the recap from the June 6, 2018 Spring Valley Village Board meeting and the June 13, Special Board Meeting.

  • OEM’s Mark Tyler joins landmark gathering of State, Federal STEM education leaders at White House

    WOODVILLE, WI – S. Mark Tyler of OEM Fabricators, Inc. was recently invited to attend the first-of-its-kind State-Federal Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education Summit hosted by The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) on June 25-26, in Washington, D.C.

  • Deadline fast approaching for ‘Most Admired Senior Citizen’

    PIERCE COUNTY, WI – The Pierce County Fair Office announced back in early June due to its great success, “The 12th annual Pierce County Fair’s Most Admired Senior Citizen” event will continue to be in the Fair’s line-up.  Time is ticking away – the nomination deadline is Friday, July 20, 2018 (postmarked).  An entry form and copy of the rules can be obtained by calling the Fair Office at 715-273-6874 or by visiting the fair website at: co.pierce.wi.us/fair/fair_main.php and click on Most Admired Senior Citizen.

  • Woodville Lions hold June meeting, install officers

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club enjoyed their regular monthly meeting for June on Monday, June 11, 2018, at the Woodville American Legion Post 301 that included a great meal and the installation of new Club officers. And they were presented with a brass plaque for keeping all four Lions Club International (LCI) Centennial Promises.

  • Annual Community Vacation Bible School ‘made by God’

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The 21st annual Spring Valley Community Vacation Bible School took place June 10 through 14, 2018, at the Brother Michael Center and Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Spring Valley, Wisconsin. 

  • Brat stand raises funds for St. John’s youth gathering trip

    WOODVILLE, WI – Northside Power Equipment in Woodville was the site of a tasty fundraiser put on by four kids from St. John’s Lutheran Church in Spring Valley who are part of a group going on a mission trip shortly to Texas. There are eight students, their pastor and three chaperones going on the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) Youth Gathering in Houston, Texas next week for seven days.

  • Senior Center to hold Brat Stand fundraiser at Nilssen’s

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Senior Center is hosting a Brat Stand fundraiser in the parking lot at the front of the grocery store at Nilssen’s Foods in Baldwin.  The store generously allows non-profit organizations to use their concession stand in an effort to raise funds for their programs. 

  • Queen’s Corner

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  • Michael McDonnell of SV to receive prestigious National Science Foundation Fellowship

    EAU CLAIRE, WI – It turns out that good things do happen after midnight. Just ask Michael McDonnell of Spring Valley, Wisconsin, a UW-Eau Claire physics and mathematics major who received a middle-of-the-night email from the National Science Foundation telling him he is among an elite group of students selected to receive a prestigious fellowship that will fund his graduate studies.

  • Botany Belles and Beaus Garden Club receives state awards

    BALDWIN-WOODVILLE, WI – During the recent Wisconsin Garden Club Federation annual meeting in Wausau, Wisconsin, the Botany Belles and Beaus Garden Club with members from central St. Croix County was honored for several of its achievements. 

  • Food for Fines at Spring Valley Library

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Public Library is offering Food for Fines from June 6-July 5. Come in and donate a non-perishable item for the Spring Valley Community Food Pantry and have $1 per non-perishable item waived from your library account. Up to $10 in fines will be waived on fines accrued on Spring Valley Library materials. The food pantry is in particular need of the following: shampoo, Progresso and other healthy choice soups, canned fruit, baking supplies and Kleenex. What better way to not only gain access to more summer resources at your library but to also support those in need in the community!

  • Spring Valley HS graduates Class of 2018

    SPRING VALLEY, WI –The Spring Valley School District graduated 46 seniors of the high school's Class of 2018 last Saturday afternoon, May 26. The Senior High Band played lovely selections for the gathering audience. The gym was full of family and friends to witness this important milestone commencement ceremony for the graduates as they begin a new chapter in their lives.

  • Baldwin-Woodville High School graduates Class of 2018

    BALDWIN, WI – The rain poured down on Friday night shortly before the start of the Baldwin-Woodville High School (BWHS) Graduation ceremony. But that was a blessing as it broke the oppressive 90-degree heat. The sun came out to shine brightly as the band under the direction of Mr. Adam Bassak struck up the familiar “Fanfare and Processional, Pomp and Circumstance” by Elgar and “Jupiter Hymn From the Planets” by Holst.