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MADISON —The Wisconsin Farm Bureau's Ag in the Classroom program has awarded 13 teacher mini-grants for agricultural literacy lessons and activities. The Wisconsin Farm Bureau Foundation provided this funding, that may not be available through local school budgets, for teachers to share information about food, fuel and fiber production. The following area teachers were awarded $100 grants: Ready for Rural Life! Kirstin Thompson - Greenfield Elementary, Baldwin
"Your home is charming!" "You have such a knack for pulling things together!" "What a great idea!" Are they talking about your home? The Christmas Tour of Homes Committee is on the search for homes for the 2018 tour. Homes of all ages, sizes and varieties are considered, a diversity of styles and personalities are welcome. This may be your opportunity to show off your beautifully bedazzled home. Learn more at www.hudsonwi.org . Click the "Annual Events/Christmas Tour of Homes" tab to download information on what to expect as a tour homeowner.
The new year is a great time to focus on resolutions, health and goals for the future. We want to support and encourage all community members to make the library a regular resource in order to meet all of these goals. Truly, we can help you achieve them by providing you comprehensive and reputable sources on just about any topic you can dream of.
This year marks another successful Operation HELP Campaign for Kids.
When I was in high school (let's not worry about how long ago that was), there were two educational paths offered to students, one referred to as college-prep and one that was, well, not college-prep.
Hudson's Phipps Center for the Arts was a beacon of light this fall.
Work by more than 20 regional artists is on view through Jan. 14 in The Galleries of The Phipps Center for the Arts. Featured are encaustic photographs by Nadia Alenov of St. Paul; wood-fired ceramics by Pat Barnick of St. Paul and James Smead of Minneapolis; digital prints on bamboo by Sarah Filipi of Blaine, Minn.; oil on linen panels by Wendy Lacska of Hudson; watercolor, ink and porcelain by Bri Larson of Hastings; photography by members of the Western Wisconsin Photo Club; and ceramics by Casey Beck of River Falls, Emily Romens of River Falls and Lisa Vang of Cottage Grove.
Hudson Daybreak Rotary Club is proud to award the November Students of the Month to Kristin Fischer and Elijah Rude for their outstanding contribution to academics, extra-curricular activities and community service. Kristin Fischer Kristin Fischer is a senior at Hudson High School. She is the daughter of Brian and Sara Fischer. She has one sister, Leah, who is a second grader at Willow River and one brother, Kevin, who is studying computer science at UW Madison.
Hudson Noon Rotary Club is proud to honor November Students of the Month to Hudson High School students Noah Mallek and Alex Favilla for their outstanding contribution to academics, extra-curricular activities and community service. Noah Mallek Noah Mallek is the son of Robin and Keith Mallek. He has one older brother named Brady. Mallek has been a Destination Imagination member for the last 10 years. He has been on three different teams and has been to state many times and globals twice.