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The Wautoma Public Library Board of Trustees seeks a vibrant leader to direct the operations of our library. We are part of the Winnefox Library System and serve a rural community of approximately 2,100, in the heart of Wisconsin.
The City of Wautoma is a recreational community, built for all seasons, featuring many year-round, outdoor activities.
This person will plan, organize, direct, and administer all services and programs of the library.
Summer is about getting out there and enjoying. Fabulous food does not need to be sacrificed to relaxing with family and friends. Sign up for the free cooking class "Packets & Picnics" with Linda Welty and learn how to make your fixings ahead of time so you can enjoy your time off. Easy, no fuss recipes include but are not limited to: Texas chicken packets, bread pudding, veggie salad, French cheeseburger loaf, turtle tart, & watermelon soda. Linda will have samples available for you to taste. Sign up is required as there is limited room for 25 students. Please call the library today at 920-787-2988.
9th Annual Taste of Wautoma a Success
Thank you to all who joined us for the Wautoma Public Library fundraiser, the Taste of Wautoma. We appreciate your support! This fundraiser would not be possible without the participation of the following area businesses:
The Moose Inn Country Crate Confectionery
Heath Farm Market The Bread Bar
Cakes by Candy Mt. Morris Mill & Coffee Shop
Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Living Stone Bistro
El Popo Tienda Mexicana Oakwood Restaurant
Johnny B’s Bar & Grill McDonald's
Additional thanks go out to all the donors for the silent auction items. Thank you to Dairy Queen of Wautoma for a monetary donation to help cover expenses. And thank you to all the wonderful volunteers who helped coordinate the event, run the event, set up before and clean up after the Taste of Wautoma.
This was an outstanding year with 189 people in attendance and $6,139 raised toward the 2009 remodel of the Library. We hope to see you all again next year!
The Wautoma Public Library Board & Staff