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Drum & Bugle Corps Show coming to Stiehm Stadium July 7

RiverCityRhapsodyFor the first time in almost 15 years, residents of north central Wisconsin will have the opportunity to experience up close and personal the excitement of a Drum Corps International (DCI) competition.  

River City Rhapsody will bring 6 DCI competitive drum and bugle corps to Stiehm Stadium at DC Everest Jr High School on Tuesday, July 7. 

The event is being produced by The Blue Stars Drum & Bugle Corps, DC Everest Music Program and Wausau Eat Band Boosters. 

Corps scheduled to compete in River City Rhapsody are Blue Saints, Sudbury, ON, Canada; Blue Stars, La Crosse, WI; Legends, Kalamazoo MI; Madison Scouts, Madison WI; Music City, Nashville TN and Pioneer, Milwaukee WI. 

River City Rhapsody will begin at 7 p.m.; with the gates opening at 5 p.m. Tickets for the performance can be purchased in advance at their website, or by calling 507.269.8280.

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Summer School student drama productions slated for July 8

Please join us for this year’s Summer School Student Drama Productions under the leadership of Wendy Vesper  and Scott Atkinson.

Goal Musical LogoGoal 
is about the important lessons of teamwork and sportsmanship, both on and off the field.   It also talks about the basic fundamentals of the game of soccer.  Very appropriate for all ages — would be great for phy ed classes.

Summer Camp logoSummer Camp 
is a story about finding a place to belong.  It emphasizes the importance of trying something new, making friends and finding a place to belong.    This play is appropriate for all ages.  It is upbeat and funny.   Highly recommended for reading classes.

Both productions will be on Wednesday, July 8 at the D.C. Everest Middle School Theatre.

Goal  will take the stage at 6:00 pm; Summer Camp  at 7:00 pm. Admission is a free-will donation, with proceeds supporting the D.C. Everest Drama program.

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2015 Division 1 State Soccer Champions!


Time after time Saturday afternoon, the Evergreens had potential scoring chances ended by a swarming Kettle Moraine defense that clogged up the middle of the field.

Then in the 104th minute, Kendra Wolfgram hit Jordyn Ostrowski with a through ball and the D.C. Everest senior broke in on the Lasers’ net and converted on the opportunity.

It was Ostrowski’s only shot of the game but it gave the Evergreens a 1-0 win in the WIAA Division 1 state girls soccer championship game at Uihlein Soccer Park.


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Food That’s In . . . When School Is Out!

Summer Food Service Program for Children
Learning does not end when school lets out. Neither does the need for good nutrition – which is crucial for children to have safe and productive summers. The summer food program provides an opportunity to continue a child’s physical and social development while providing nutritious meals.

Where & When?
The D.C. Everest School District will be offering free meals through the Summer Food Program at the following location:

Weston Elementary School
5200 Camp Phillips Road, Weston, WI 
June 15 – July 10, M-F (Except July 3)
Breakfast: 7:45-8:15 a.m.
Lunch: 11:00-12:40 p.m.
(General public service begins at 11:50 a.m.)

Who is Eligible? 
All children 18 years of age and under are eligible to receive FREE meals. No need to sign up or apply for the program – just bring yourself and enjoy tasty & nutritious meals.

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Hatley Elementary Hosts Tomato Trot Fundraiser and School Carnival

In order to raise funds for playground equipment, the Hatley Elementary PTO hosted a Tomato Trot fundraiser, followed by the annual School Carnival. Tomato Trot participants walked or ran for one hour along the Mountain Bay trail and enjoyed a series of “fun stations” along the path — bubbles, jump rope, hula hoops and a bag toss. The school partnered with local vendors to provide all racers with t-shirts designed by MS Graphics and each particip [...]

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