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The strange side of JobTrac III

By Jeff Moore
and Rachel Baka

We spend all day scouring the Internet while we look for bidding information for JobTrac. So it’s inevitable we come across a few strange entities. Here’s a few:

Dsc084881. Leather Tea Mugs in Star Prairie.

1272. Wildcat Mountain State Park – Ontario, Wis.

cashtoncupboard1_web-400x3003. The Cashton Cupboard & Closet was established by three women in October 2009 in the Sacred Heart Church rectory, having evolved from the one-room Cashton Food Pantry at Sacred Heart School. It was open one afternoon each week, and initially served about five families.

Cashton Cupboard and Closet food pantry and thrift store has the opportunity to build a permanent facility in the village of Cashton.

Its goal is to raise $100,000, and they need your financial support to make this happen for the benefit of people in our community who need services. Since 2009, it has grown from serving five families to providing food for more than 130 families each month. This includes more than 200 children and about 50 elderly people.

You can give to the Build-a-THON (To Help Our Neighbors) campaign and be a part of continuing efforts to provide for the Cashton-area neighbors in need.

4e8c717b3b3f9.image4. Wisconsin International Poultry Show

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