School: Chippewa Falls Senior High School
Parents: Daniel and Elizabeth Anderson
Educator: Tamara Slowiak
Faith’s comments about Ms. Slowiak: Ms. Slowiak is always there for me and truly cares about my well-being, even outside of the classroom. She has taught me vital information that will help me excel during my educational future. Ms. Slowiak always believes in me, even when I do not believe in myself. She continually pushes me to reach my full potential.
Ms. Slowiak’s comments about Faith: Faith is more than a “good student.” Aside from being self-motivated, dedicated and mature, she is, simply put, selfless, kind and caring. Faith’s personal and academic strengths will ensure her success in all of her endeavors. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to cross paths with her!
Future Plans: Faith plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for a major in Dietetics. Her goal is to become a registered dietician.
Chippewa Falls Senior High School student Payton Solberg, along with McDonell Central Catholic High School student Trevor Opsal, were recently honored as “Golden Rule Students” by the Chippewa Falls Kiwanis Club.
In honor of their recognition, Kiwanis Club of Chippewa Falls donated $50 to the charities of their choice.
Solberg, daughter of Pete and Amy Solberg, selected Arrowhead Bible Camp. Opsal, son of Beth and Scott Opsal, selected Operation Troop Appreciation.
Throughout the school year, the Chippewa Falls Kiwanis Club chooses seniors from Chippewa Falls Senior High School and McDonell Central Catholic High School, nominated by the respective schools’ teachers, using specific criteria including, among others, having respect for all nationalities, race, ages and gender; being willing to stand up for the rights of others; being active in community service; being goal-oriented; and taking responsibility for one’s own actions.
MADISON (AP) — Republican lawmakers are introducing a bill that would allow pharmacists to prescribe birth control pills.
Under current state law only doctors can prescribe hormonal birth control. Reps. Joel Kitchens and Mary Felzkowski introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow pharmacists to prescribe hormonal contraceptive patch and birth control pills. Patients would have to fill out a self-assessment questionnaire and undergo a blood pressure screening.
Kitchens and Felzkowski wrote in a memo seeking co-sponsors that they want to give women more choices for reproductive care and reduce unplanned pregnancies.
They introduced the bill a day before the Assembly was set to debate a package of Republican-authored anti-abortion legislation , including a measure that would eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood. Democrats say the legislation will reduce women’s access to health care.
McDonell class of 1959 lunch: 12 p.m., Fill-Inn Station, 104 W. Columbia St., Chippewa Falls.
Senior Dining: Noon, Bloomer: Senior Center, 2121 Duncan Road. Cadott: Kathy’s Diner, 304 E. Mills St. Chippewa Falls: Senior Center, 1000 E. Grand Ave. Cornell: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 201 S 6th St. Donation: $4 at sites and home delivery.
AA Meeting: 7 p.m., Alano Club 76, 76 E. Central St., Chippewa Falls. 723-7626.
Alzheimer’s support group: 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Grace Adult Day Services, 2050 County Highway I, Chippewa Falls. Free respite provided. 738-1925.
Barnabas Christian Coffee House Supper: 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., 19 West Spring St., Chippewa Falls. Includes meal.
Bingo: 1 p.m.-2 p.m., Cornell Senior Center, 106 N. Third St., Potluck lunch at noon. All welcome. Info, 307-7268. 25 cents per card.
Cadott Senior Citizens: Noon, VFW Hall, Cadott. Blood pressures taken, 12:30 p.m. potluck lunch, regular meeting and cards to follow. All seniors welcome.
Chippewa Falls Noon Kiwanis Club: Noon-1 p.m., Avalon Hotel and Conference Center, 1009 W. Park Ave., Chippewa Falls. Lunch and guest speaker. 861-7200.
Chippewa Falls Optimist Club: 6:45 a.m.-7:30 a.m., First Presbyterian Church, 130 W. Central St., Chippewa Falls. Guest speaker each week. Info, 723-6571.
Chippewa Valley Chapter of the Compassionate Friends: 6:30 p.m., St. Joseph’s Hospital, St. Claire Conference Room, a national self-help organization for families that have suffered the loss of a child. Info, 833-2009.
Crafts projects: 1 p.m., Cornell Senior Center, 106 N. Third St., all are welcome. Info, 307-7268. $5 for supplies.
Free hot meal at Agnes’ Table: 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., 24 W. Grand Ave., Chippewa Falls. All welcome.
Jim Falls food pantry: 4 p.m.-6 p.m., Jim Falls United Methodist Church, 13883 County Highway S, Jim Falls. Serving anyone within the Jim Falls School District or with a Jim Falls address that needs help. Info, 226-0862.
Overeaters Anonymous: 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Trinity United Methodist Church, Chippewa Falls. Enter through the west door (back of parking lot). Karen, 456-2900.
Progressive Bingo: 7 p.m., Bloomer Moose Lodge, 1890 9th Ave., food and beverages will be sold starting at 5 p.m. and during bingo. Open to the public. 568-1304 or 577-9104.
American Legion Post 77 and auxiliary: 7 p.m., American Legion Post 77.
“Chippewa Falls 1869: The Musical” was performed live on stage to full-house audiences at the Heyde Center for the Arts this past March. On Wednesday, June 5, at 2 and 7 p.m., an Iconostar Productions video of the stage musical will be shown on the big screen at the Heyde Center. Admission is by free-will donation, and popcorn and other concessions will be available.
The event is part of the year-long Sesquicentennial celebration of the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of Chippewa Falls as a city. The Wayward Players portray true-to-life community pioneers and events with familiar melodies of that time period and generous portions of comedy. With script and song lyrics by Jerry Way, scenic art by Carol Way, and video by Iconostar Productions, the screening will be a treat for the eyes and ears.
The Ways and many of the Wayward Players will be on hand to answer questions about the production.