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This Falls Area Community Enrichment (FACE) event is sponsored in conjunction with pARTy ON! Participants will be able to choose a bird house, cookie jar, square plate, planter, or travel mug for their ceramic project The activity will take place in the Art room at Oconto Falls Elementary School.
DATE: Wednesday, April 19 OR Thursday, May 4th
TIME: 4:00 – 8:00 PM
PLACE: Oconto Falls Elementary School
COST: (price varies based on the project)
Bird House: $25
Cookie Jar: $25
Square Plate: $20
Planter with plate: $20
Travel Mug: $15
The fee will cover the cost of the ceramic piece, glazes, and firing. All projects will be ready for pick-up prior to Mother’s Day. Make it a date with your child or grandchild or just come for yourself!
All you need is an open mind and the desire to create while having fun with friends, both old and new!
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The Oconto Falls High School Music Department participated in the Near North Music Conference District Solo and Ensemble Festival on Saturday, March 11. 56 musicians, representing 39 choral events and 3 instrumental events, have earned a Class A – Starred First rating, advancing them to the State Festival on Saturday, May 6 at UW-Green Bay. This year’s festival was hosted at Oconto High School. Participating schools included Oconto Falls High School, Oconto High School, Marinette High School, St. Thomas Aquinas – Marinette, Washington Middle School, Oconto Middle School, and Marinette Middle School. Music students from each school performed for adjudicators and were evaluated on tone, intonation, balance, technique, and expression, as well as vocal technique, musicality, physical characterization, objections,and expression for Musical Theater events.
Congratulations to these outstanding student musicians:
OCONTO FALLS HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SOLO & ENSEMBLE
CHOIR & BAND RESULTS • March 11, 2017
OFHS SENDS 56 MUSICIANS TO STATE!
CLASS A-STARRED FIRST *I
(STATE QUALIFIERS FOR MAY 6, 2017 AT UW-GREEN BAY)
Makenna Kussow, vocal solo
Kayla Sharboneau, vocal solo
Paige Bain-Vrba, vocal solo
Kaitlin Kramarczyk, vocal solo
Hailey Ferfecki, vocal solo
Mara Grasse, vocal solo
Charis Wirtley, vocal solo
Amber Proctor, vocal solo
Mackenzie Staidl, vocal solo
Lillian Olson, vocal solo
Ethan Winkler, vocal solo
Peter Murphy, vocal solo
Camden Jackson, vocal solo
Hunter Christenson, vocal solo
Makenna Kussow, musical theater solo
Kayla Sharboneau, musical theater solo
Paige Bain-Vrba, musical theater solo
Kaitlin Kramarczyk, musical theater solo
Mara Grasse, musical theater solo
Hailey Ferfecki, musical theater solo
Charis Wirtley, musical theater solo
Andrea Spang, musical theater solo
Camden Jackson, musical theater solo
Alex Kamke, musical theater solo
Peter Murphy, musical theater solo
Alli Luebke, trumpet solo
Garrett Wons, alto saxophone solo
Makenna Kussow & Kayla Sharboneau, vocal duet
Charis Wirtley & Mackenzie Staidl, vocal duet
Kayla Sharboneau & Peter Murphy, vocal duet
Makenna Kussow & Camden Jackson, vocal duet
SSA Trio: Paige Bain-Vrba, Makenna Kussow, & Kayla Sharboneau
Alto Saxophone Trio: Natalie Olson, Delani Romback, & Elizabeth Kallies
Chamber Singers SSA Miscellaneous Ensemble: Megan Loberger,
Alicia Carter, Kaylee Greetan, Angel Gruszynski, Morgan Haslitt,
Vicky Kozlovsky, Kaitlin Kramarczyk, Jennifer Longsine, Cortney Meunier, Kaylin Nickels, Lillian Olson, Taylor Pritzl, Theresa Whitehouse,
& Nova Winans
Chamber Singers SSAA Madrigal: Cortney Meunier, Paige Bain-Vrba, Alicia Carter, Kaylee Greetan, Angel Gruszynski, Morgan Haslitt, Vicky Kozlovsky, Kaitlin Kramarczyk, Makenna Kussow, Megan Loberger, Jennifer Longsine, Kaylin Nickels, Lillian Olson, Taylor Pritzl, Kayla Sharboneau, Theresa Whitehouse, & Nova Winans
Cantabile SSA Miscellaneous Ensemble: Hailey Ferfecki, Andrea Spang, Megan Zielinski, Hannah Holden, Lydia Murphy-Hendricks, Calisa Reyes, Paige Stapleton, Grace Williams, Anna Maria Oliveira-Assuncao, Amber Proctor, Mackenzie Staidl, & Laken Wall
Cantabile SSA Miscellaneous Ensemble: Mara Grasse, Mikayla Cassel, Aliza Dickinson, Rayne Winans, Isabella Behnke, Graciella Carter, Erin Effenberger, Jordan Rennie, Tianna Rowell-Brown, Faith Hujet, Alayna Smith, & Charis Wirtley
Cantabile SSA Madrigal: Mackenzie Staidl, Isabella Behnke, Graciella Carter, Mikayla Cassel, Aliza Dickinson, Hailey Ferfecki, Mara Grasse, Faith Hujet, Rayne Winans, Amber Proctor, Jordan Rennie, Calisa Reyes, Alayna Smith, Andrea Spang, Paige Stapleton, Laken Wall, Grace Williams, Anna Maria Oliveira-Assuncao, Charis Wirtley, & Megan Zielinski
Chorale TTBB Miscellaneous Ensemble: Hunter Christenson,
Keith Archiquette, Alex Kamke, Hunter Schaden, Camden Jackson, Colter McCormick, Hunter Ryczek, Ethan Winkler, Peter Murphy, & Ryan Umentum
Chorale TTB Miscellaneous Ensemble: Ryan Umentum, Keith Archiquette, Alex Kamke, Hunter Schaden, Camden Jackson, Hunter Christenson, Colter McCormick, Hunter Ryczyek, Ethan Winkler, & Peter Murphy
SSATB Madrigal: Makenna Kussow, Paige Bain-Vrba, Hailey Ferfecki, Mara Grasse, Kayla Sharboneau, Andrea Spang, Mackenzie Staidl, Charis Wirtley, Hunter Christenson, Camden Jackson, Peter Murphy, Ryan Umentum, Hunter Ryczek, Ethan Winkler, & Keith Archiquette
SATB Vocal Jazz Ensemble: Camden Jackson, Makenna Kussow,
Paige Bain-Vrba, Hailey Ferfecki, Mara Grasse, Kayla Sharboneau,
Andrea Spang, Mackenzie Staidl, Charis Wirtley, Hunter Christenson, Peter Murphy, Ryan Umentum, Hunter Ryczek, Keith Archiquette, & Ethan Winkler
Laken Wall, vocal solo
Andrea Spang, vocal solo
Aliza Dickinson, vocal solo
Ryan Umentum, vocal solo
Alex Kamke, vocal solo
Aliza Dickinson, musical theater solo
Mikayla Pagel, clarinet solo
Hannah Fontaine, alto saxophone solo
Mara Grasse & Hunter Christenson, vocal duet
CLASS A – SECOND
Delani Romback, alto saxophone solo
Cameron Mercier, piccolo solo
Trae Fischer, euphonium solo
Kalie Elkins, Emily Gonnering, & Alli Luebke, trumpet trio
Peter Murphy, Delani Romback, Garrett Wons, & Aaron Gonnering, saxophone quartet
Percussion Ensemble: Cameron Box, Collin Schindel, Charis Wirtley, Alexzander Wilson, & Joe Walters
Kaylin Nickels, vocal solo
Alicia Carter, vocal solo
Graciella Carter, vocal solo
Autumn Canavera, vocal solo
Cedar Olson, vocal solo
Isabella Rennie, vocal solo
Lyndsey Luebke, vocal solo
Alaina Kruse, vocal solo
Keith Archiquette, vocal solo
Devon Johnson, tuba solo
Paige Stapleton, trumpet solo
Camden Jackson, French horn solo
Emily Gonnering, trumpet solo
Liam Funkhouser, trumpet solo
Janelle Wolford, trumpet solo
Orion Hodkiewicz, trumpet solo
Joe Walters, snare drum solo
Hunter Christenson & Keith Archiquette, vocal duet
Paige Bain-Vrba & Nova Winans, vocal duet
Isabella Behnke, & Megan Zielinski, vocal duet
Haley Schwantes & Lyndsey Luebke, vocal duet
Amber Proctor & Laken Wall, vocal duet
Lauryn Slade & Elizabeth Olson, vocal duet
Madeline Dorn & Lydia Romback, vocal duet
Catelyn Kramer & Trinady Vorpahl, vocal duet
Autumn Canavera & Lindsey Schuster, vocal duet
Jordan Rennie & Isabella Rennie, vocal duet
Autumn Canavera & Isabella Rennie, clarinet duet
Josh Johnson & Ryan Kennedy, trombone duet
Cameron Mercier & Kya Pecha, flute duet
Hunter Gagnon, Brett Proctor, Keeshawn Katers, & Brody Schindel, trumpet quartet
Concert Choir SSA Miscellaneous Ensemble: Isabella Rennie,
Autumn Canavera, Madeline Dorn, Haley Schwantes, Lauryn Slade, Lauren Dickinson, Alaina Kruse, Caitrin Lonzo, Cedar Olson, Tavia Westcott, Emma Bliskey, & Trinady Vorpahl
Concert Choir SSA Miscellaneous Ensemble: Catelyn Kramer,
Lyndsey Luebke, Lydia Romback, Paige Renier, Kayley VanDenEng, Novalee Viste, Jayde Weed, Hope Hujet, Elizabeth Olson, & Lindsey Schuster
Jazz Ensemble: Hannah Fontaine, Natalie Lubenske, Cameron Mercier, Peter Murphy, Nicole Lubenske, Aidan Spillane, Mackenzie Staidl, Sierra Seizyk, Cade Rathsack, Alli Luebke, Emily Gonnering, Kalie Elkins, Paige Stapleton, Isaac Carlton, Lyndsey Luebke, Tyler Mielke, Camden Jackson, & Cameron Box
CLASS B – SECOND
Haley Schwantes, vocal solo
Caitlyn Krejarek, piano solo
Elizabeth Kallies, alto saxophone solo
Katelyn Albrecht, alto saxophone solo
Nicole Lubenske, clarinet solo
Natalie Lubenske, alto saxophone solo
Kya Pecha, flute solo
Kaitlin Kramarczyk, clarinet solo
Alexzander Wilson, snare drum solo
Mikayla Cassel & Jada Janiak, clarinet duet
Jesse Niswonger & Mackenzie Staidl, trombone duet
Ethan Winkler & Mitchell Williams, trumpet duet
Alyssa Langlay & Sierra Seizyk, trumpet-trombone duet
Jenna Lefevre & Emily Tomesek, oboe duet
Riley Yashinsky & Skylar Marquardt, saxophone duet
Travis Bohl, Kayla Vickman, & Isaac Carlton, brass trio
Paul Langlay, Cade Rathsack, Lyndsey Luebke, & Mackenzie Staidl, brass quartet
Ashton Rowell – alto saxophone solo
Hayden Cross, Adian Spillane & Jacob Holman, saxophone quartet
The Oconto Falls School District is looking to build partnerships with community members. Individuals and businesses are invited to share their knowledge and experience in a variety of ways. They can volunteer as tutors, let students shadow them at their businesses or visit the schools and do class presentations telling about their industry and the skills they have.
If you’re hesitant to teach a group of students or don’t have time in your schedule for a class presentation consider meeting students one-on-one or in a small group at your workplace. Students can tour your facility, learn about jobs
in your field and determine if this is a career path for them.
To sign up as a community partner, please fill out this survey, https://goo.gl/tKhm0J, and we’ll get the process started.
Thank you for your help. The school district looks forward to building relationships with the members of community.
Although colon cancer is a preventable and curable disease if caught early, it remains the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. The experts at HSHS St. Clare Regional Surgery Center, located on the campus of HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in Oconto Falls, provide highly-effective screening, prevention and treatment of colon cancer.
The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons recommends people at an average risk of getting colon cancer receive a colonoscopy annually beginning at age 50. Increased risk patients may need earlier and more frequent screening depending upon recommendation by a health care provider.
People at an increased risk for colon cancer include:
· Those with a personal or family history of colorectal polyps or cancer
· Those with a personal history of breast, uterine or ovarian cancer
· Those with chronic ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease
In addition to regular screening for colon cancer, you may also be able to lower your risk by:
· Avoiding foods high in fat
· Adding plenty of vegetables, fruits and other high-fiber foods to your diet
· Exercising regularly and maintaining a normal body weight
· Not smoking
· Drinking alcohol only in moderation
Warning signs of colon cancer can include:
· Blood in or on the stool
· Recurrent shifts in normal bowel habits such as experiencing diarrhea or constipation for no known reason
· Thinning of the stool
· Increases in stomach discomfort (bloating, gas, fullness and/or cramps that last more than a few days)
· A feeling that the bowel does not empty completely
· Weight loss for no known reason
· Constant and unexplained fatigue
For more information about colon cancer screening, prevention and treatment, call HSHS St. Clare Regional Surgery Center at (920) 965-7411. No referral is needed and Saturday colonoscopy times are available.
The Auxiliary of HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital will host its bi-annual book fair and gift sale at the hospital on Wednesday, March 29.
Books, music, greeting cards, toys, accessories and gifts for all ages will be for sale, with proceeds benefitting various projects and programs at HSHS St. Clare – a faith-based, not-for-profit hospital.
Book Fair & Gift Sale
· Wednesday, March 29
· 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
· HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital, 855 S. Main St in Oconto Falls
o Assisi Rooms A & B
The Auxiliary has a long-standing history of financial support and community volunteers giving their time, talent and resources to benefit HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital; and, more volunteers are needed! If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a hospital volunteer, contact Regina Boettcher at (920) 848-6348.
Sportsmen and women are invited to an event dedicated to raising money for walleye habitat improvement, fishing education and youth fishing.
The Green Bay Walleyes for Tomorrow annual fundraising banquet is Friday, March 10, 2017, at the Stadium View, 1963 Holmgren Way, Green Bay. The fun begins at 5 p.m. when the doors open and the raffles and silent auction begins, followed by dinner at 6 p.m. The Friday night fish fry buffet will feature baked and deep-fried cod, chicken and all the fixings.
Door prizes will be awarded, and guests have an opportunity to win raffle prizes including guns, fishing rods and wildlife prints, while supporting a campaign to improve walleye fishing in the area.
Dinner tickets are $20 per person. Corporate tables are $240 which includes 8 tickets, a free wildlife print and entry into a gun raffle open only to corporate tables.
All of the money raised at the banquet will be spent in the local area. The proceeds from last year’s event were used to help purchase a generator for a Department of Natural Resources shocking boat in Oconto County and to provide a fishing clinic for 4-H youth. At the clinic, 25 rod and reel combos were distributed to participants. WFT continues to raise money for a walleye habitat project on the Oconto River.
Order your tickets today at GreenbayWalleyesForTomorrow.com. For more information about this event, please contact Bill Koehne at 920-826-5901.
Prevea Health is pleased to announce it is now offering women’s care services at the Prevea Oconto Falls Health Center, 853 S. Main St., located in the Medical Services Building on the campus of HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in Oconto Falls.
Prevea Women’s Care at the Prevea Oconto Falls Health Center is an excellent choice for women of all ages looking for comprehensive care for pregnancy or for their general health, such as routine exams, tests and procedures. The Prevea Women’s Care team in Oconto Falls is comprised of an OB/GYN physician and four certified nurse midwives (CNM).
Meet the Prevea Women’s Care team in Oconto Falls:
Dr. Jennifer Milosavljevic is a board-certified and fellowship-trained OB/GYN physician specializing in preventive medicine and health maintenance; pregnancy care; high-risk pregnancies; abnormal pap smears; and minor and major gynecological surgery.
Marta Brace, CNM, specializes in routine OB/GYN care; midwifery care and natural childbirth; adolescent care; and preventive care/health maintenance. Marta is also a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). She is certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board and the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.
Natalie Larson, CNM, specializes in routine OB/GYN care; labor and delivery support and care in the hospital; health promotion; and contraceptive management, including insertion and removal of Nexplanon®. She is certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board.
Rebecca Morrill, CNM, specializes in routine OB/GYN care; preconception care; labor and delivery support and care in the hospital; and contraceptive management. She is certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board and as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner from the National Certification Corporation.
Mary Williams, CNM, specializes in routine OB/GYN care; contraception management, including IUD placement and Nexplanon®; postpartum care; breastfeeding and lactation consulting; menopause; and STDs. She is certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board.
Patients can make an appointment with Dr. Milosavljevic, Marta, Natalie, Rebecca or Mary, by calling (920) 436-1360.