Winners in Final Benefit Card Series
The Golden Opportunity and Kountry Kids 4-H Clubs and the Wagner Volunteer Fire Department Cadets held their last card party of a series on Saturday, March 25 at the Wagner Town Hall.
Each winner received $5 from an anonymous donor. The 50 winner for adults was Paul Hueter and for kids, Sierra O'Mary. In Pinochle for the men, Frank Suennen won and for the women was Betty Cherry. In Smear for the men Scott Reuss took honors and Toni Vieth for the women. Each high series winner received $5 from D & R Camp. The grand series high in 50 for adults was Paul Hueter and for kids was Sierra O'Mary. The grand series high in Pinochle for men was Harold Beck and for women was Ann Mech. The grand series high in Smear for men was Ken Vieth and Pauline Zahorik for the women.
The children's raffle items donated were two candy jars and a sound tube from Kountry Kids 4-H; gift box from Doris Patterson; stuffed bunny by Callum Rickaby; stuffed by bunny by Erv & Joan Krukowski; Rickabys donated glider, calculator, football toy, and a unicorn solar; frisbee, bubbles and glow sitck from Frank Suennen; splat ball from Wagner Fire Department Cadets; and three activity books from the Wenzel family.
Weekly raffle winners were paper towel holder and oil/vinegar bottles from Rickabys, Will Labunski Jr. and Zayn Kowalski; rug from Kountry Kids 4-H, Mary Labunski; 2 fire extinguishers from Frank Suennen, Ann Mech and Mike Caylor; bird house made by Mike Caylor, Franklin Suennen; jewelry made by Lorrie Wickman, Zayn Kowalski, Louann Petersen; mittens made by Lynda Caylor, Ember Rickaby and Mary Ann Langill; wreath by D's Logging, Achal Gouda; $25 gift certificate to Hometown Restaurant from Hanson/Onion/Martell Funeral Home, Will Labunski Jr.; bird house made and donated by Ken Limberg, Achal Gouda; tie blankets made and donated by Doris Patterson, Louann Petersen and Ken Limberg; hat, place mats and bath sets by the Christophersen family, Ember Rickaby, Ken Limberg, Pauline Zahorick, Achal Gouda, Will Labunski Jr.; gift certificate by On a Whim, Achal Gouda; $10 gift certificate from True Color Salon, Nancy Meyers; and a gift card from 2-C's, Mike Caylor.
Grand prize winners were $50 gift card from Biernasz Logging, Renee Woodward; afghan made by Linda Fronsee, Will Labunski Sr.; crystal bowl set by Rickaby family, Zayn Kowalski; fountain from the WE Store, Renee Woodward; gift certificate from Erick's Service, Doris Patterson; gift certificate from Northern Automotive Tire & Repair, Frank Suennen; gift certificate from JC Power Sports, Rick Rickaby; home Horticulture visit from Marinette County UW Extension, Doris Patterson; shop vac from Frank Suennen, Will Labunski Jr.; and fire extinguisher from Frank Suennen, Emily Caylor.
One door prize was donated by Callum, Austin and Taylor Rickaby and Christophersen family; two prizes by Alastair Rickaby, Wenzel family, and Wagner Fire Department Cadets; three prizes from Frank Suennen, and Retza family; four prizes from Marlys Limberg; and Ember Rickaby gave 10 prizes.
Last week's Silent Auction items were donated by Frank Suennen, Marlys Limberg, Lynda Caylor, and Christophersen family 2x. Silent Auction items were donated by Frank Suennen, Doris Patterson, Maryls Limberg, Christophersen family and Jill Reuss. Winner of the 50-50 raffle was Zayn Kowalski.
Donating food were Ember and Rick Rickaby, Sierra O'Mary, Anne Biernasz, Wendy Nelson, Lynda Caylor, Tammy Francour, and Luann Petersen.
Working from the Golden Opportunity 4-H Club were leader Ember Rickaby, Rick Rickaby, Aaliyah Wenzel, Alastair and Callum Rickaby, Bri, Phoeniz and Strider Christophersen, and Scarlett Hansen. Cadets advisors Franklin Suennen, Paul Hueter, Dominick and Preston Verstrate, Bethanie Hueter, and Danny Suennen. Working from the Kountry Kids 4-H Club included Sierra O'Mary, Wendy, Luke and Trevor Nelson, Suzi, Ally, Joey and Katheryn Rozivka, Ethan Burns, Scott Reuss, Emma Gerue, Jacey Johnson, Jacob Watson, Kari LaCount, Dallas Menger, and leader Anne Biernasz.
The approximate amount of money raised for the Wagner Volunteer Fire Department was $1,489.50. Everyone who made the card parties a success is thanked.
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