The Poynette Food Pantry wishes to express great appreciation to everyone who has donated during this time of increased need. What an awesome community we live in! *Lodi Sausage Company donated $500 worth of 1 lb breakfast sausage and hamburger *Local couple bought 250 lbs of cheese from Arena Cheese Factory for pantry *Many food…

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Join us for a timely, virtual resource for our community to support parents and kids during Safer At Home. This is a free one-day online summit of interviews with local experts in our community to share ideas and resources for being our best selves in unsettled times. Sunday, April 19, 2020. Register at https://saferandsanerathomesummit.app.virtualsummits.com/

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Jake Zydowski, Brandon Sosinsky, Bob Saftig, (not pictured) Curtis Niglis Thank you to all participants and the golf outing committee for making it possible to offer scholarships to four Poynette High School seniors.

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Four Poynette High School Seniors received scholarships from the Poynette Area Chamber of Commerce. Money for these scholarships comes from the annual PACC Golf Outing in September. Left to right: Front row, Brit Schoeneberg (chamber member), Kevin Gorman. Back row: Luke Walz (chamber president), Haley Walters, Ashley Hellenbrand, Gabriel Yelk.

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As a non-partisan group, we hope our new Social Security directory will help ALL people in Wisconsin access these services without frustration. We want these citizens to know where to go when it comes getting information about: Retirement Benefits Disability Benefits Social Security Cards Other Federal Government Services https://www.socialsecuritybranch.com/wi/

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Although new to the area, Hometown Bank is already giving back to the community. The following organizations received a contribution from Hometown Bank in support of their work in our communities: Poynette/Dekorra Fire Department, Poynette EMS, Poynette School District (not pictured), Poynette Area Chamber of Commerce (not pictured), Poynette Area Food Pantry, Friends of the…

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