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Tuesday, October 23, 2018
  • ‘What's it Worth?’ – an Elmwood perspective

    ELMWOOD, WI – “Did I make a good investment or not?” That is what I asked Mark Moran, a former appraiser on the “Antiques Roadshow” who was present at the 5th Annual “What's it worth?” event sponsored by the Woodville Historical Society on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Woodville Community Center (Lions Den). Before I reveal Mark's answer I'd like to share some of the highlights of the day.

  • Mark Moran 'What’s It Worth?' event wrap-up

    WOODVILLE, WI – On Saturday morning, October 13, the Woodville Historical Society hosted Mark Moran, antiques appraiser, at the Lion’s Den for the 5th Annual “What’s it Worth?” program.

  • Successful Fall Festival at Gilman Lutheran Church

    TOWN OF GILMAN, WI – In spite of the surprise morning snowfall on Sunday, October 14, the Lutheran Church in Gilman Township held an inspiring and successful Fall Festival. This annual event features a Sunday morning worship service and hearty dinner. The church was nearly full for the worship service and definitely full for the Fall Festival dinner fundraiser with Pie and Silent auction that followed worship and brought home the “dough.”

  • BWHS Class of ‘68 celebrates 50th reunion

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville High School Class of 1968 celebrated its 50th class reunion over the Homecoming weekend, September 29.  Some classmates attended the football game and were treated to a tour of the High School building to see the many updates and changes over the past 50 years.  The group gathered for a celebration Saturday night at the Woodville Legion Post 301. 

    
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