Monroe Kiwanians assisted two Juda youngsters with educational opportunities Jan. 31 with the awarding of two iPads to Gavyn and Kiahna Schmid. Shown in front from left are Emberlyn Schmid, Erica Schmid, Gavyn Schmid on mom Erica Schmid's lap and Kiahna Schmid. Emberlyn Schmid is a sibling of the two awardees. In back from left are vice president Patrick Bodell, Linda Gebhardt and Jim Glessner, both past presidents of the Monroe club. The awards were part of the Wisconsin Upper Michigan District of Kiwanis and its Autism Signature Project, which has awarded hundreds of iPads throughout the region. This makes a dozen of the iPads awarded by Monroe Kiwanis. These presentations allow educational benefits to children on the autism spectrum, fulfilling Kiwanis' goal of "serving the children of the world." (Photo supplied)
Team members participating in the Green County 4-H Senior Dairy Quiz Bowl, from left, are Natalie Roe, Washington Center; Marissa Vosberg, Young Americans; Emily Makos, Spring Grove Honest Workers; and Rachel McCullough, Juda Jolly Juniors.