“The Last Flight: A Novel” by Julie Clark, c.2020, Sourcebooks, $26.99, 320 pages.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson Area Senior Center now is taking names of persons who would be interested in attending Irving Berlin’s “Holiday Inn” show at the Fireside Dinner Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 29.
WHITEWATER — The outdoor pickle ball group at Seniors in the Park has started playing on the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater tennis courts, Monday through Friday, from 7:30 to 10 a.m.
Fort Community Credit Union will hold its annual brat cookout to raise funds for the Jefferson County Cancer Coalition on Saturday, July 18.
LAKE MILLS — The Jefferson County Republican Women will feature Cliff DeTemple, a candidate for the 5th Congressional District, and first term highlights by Rep. Barbara Dittrich, Assembly District 38.
MADISON — Effective July 3, Governor Tony Evers approved ending the declared period of abnormal economic disruption, allowing sellers to resume sale of consumer goods and services without the restrictions outlined in Wisconsin’s price gouging statutes.
MADISON — Wisconsin farmers can learn about several grant opportunities available through the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) during a grant-writing webinar on Wednesday, July 15, starting at 1 p.m.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Meat Animal Project (MAP) and the Small Animal Sale Committees have made the difficult decisions to cancel both the 2020 Junior Livestock and Dairy Auction and the 2020 Small Animal Sale that were to be held at the Jefferson County Fair on Saturday, July 11.
MADISON —As of July 1, Wisconsin farmers facing increased stress and other challenges can access additional free and confidential counseling resources by contacting the Farm Center at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP).
WHITEWATER — An ongoing survey led by the Institute for Nonprofit Management Studies at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and the Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management at UW-Milwaukee shows how nonprofits across the state have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MILWAUKEE — Sri Nagarajan has joined Bethesda as chief technology and innovation officer, a key leadership role responsible for advancing the organization’s innovation strategy on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
WATERTOWN — Kelli Decoto always is quick to lend a helping hand to her neighbors. She doesn’t think twice about it, because that’s the way she was brought up.
JEFFERSON — As the eighth-graders concluded this historic school year during the pandemic, they were recognized for many of their achievements since September.
WHITEWATER — Now through July 26, the Whitewater Arts Alliance is hosting the annual Fran Achen Photography Competition and Exhibition both virtually at whitewaterarts.org/fran-achen-2020 and at the Cultural Arts Center, 402 W. Main St.
Badger Bank announced recently that it has processed 113 loans under the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to help local small businesses support payroll and related costs, saving jobs within the Jefferson County and Eastern Dane county region.
The Fort Atkinson Community Foundation announces that Mallory Topel is the recipient of a $1,000 Fireside Theatre Scholarship for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year.
WATERTOWN — The Greater Watertown Community Health Foundation (GWCHF) has awarded four additional Covid-19 Emergency Response Grants, bringing total emergency grant funding to nearly $78,000.
On Sunday, July 26, Sunset Bar & Grill, on the shores of Lake Koshkonong, is hosting a fun-filled event to benefit the Humane Society of Jefferson County’s Animal Medical Fund.
JOHNSON CREEK — When Rainbow’s COVID-19 team met back in April to see what they could do to help reduce the daily stressors for staff, patients and their families, President and CEO Karen Carrig conceived the idea of offering pre-made meals.
”Camp Girls: Fireside Lessons on Friendship, Courage and Loyalty” by Iris Krasnow, c.2020, Grand Central Publishing, $27, 256 pages.
The Fort Atkinson Community Foundation recently presented a $2,500 Ardell Wiederhoeft Legacy Scholarship to Almira Ajdini, a 2020 graduate of Fort Atkinson High School, for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year.
WATERTOWN — Auditions for “Dead Emma” will take place on Wednesday, July 8, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at The Watertown Players Theater, 210 S. Water St. (in the Market), Watertown.
WHITEWATER — Seniors in the Park is starting virtual classes and activities. A date to reopen has not yet been set and will happen slowly and in stages. Thanks for your patience.