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Lifestyle Briefs

Happy singing

In celebration of returning to live performances, Fort Dodge Choral will present “I Sing Because I’m Happy” at 3 pm on Sunday, Oct. 24, at Grace Lutheran Church, Fort Dodge. Webster City residents Mark Andrew, Travis Balt, Stephanie Hill, Al Yungclas and Karin Yungclas are members of the ...

Barner selected for Opus Honor Choir

Jack Barner was recently selected for participation in the 35th annual Opus Honor Choir Festival. He will be singing in the 7th/8th Grade Bass Clef Honor Choir. Over 2,100 students were nominated by their directors for 720 positions in the four Opus Honor Choirs from throughout the state. ...

Suffrage movement is program

The Webster City Women’s Club will meet Monday, Oct. 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the Jane Young House. Loween Getter will have the program. The topic is “The Suffrage Movement” and the 101st Anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. Members and their guests will be invited to view the ...

WCCT celebrates the past season

Members of the Webster City Community Theatre gathered for their Annual Meeting on October 3. Election of officers was held with the following serving in 2021-2022: Wil Groves, president; Angela Rottering, vice president; Kylee Hayek, secretary; Dale Arends, treasurer; board members Molly ...

WCHS Class of 1966 gathers for reunion

Thirty-four members of Webster City High School Class of 1966 gathered to celebrate their 55th class reunion, Sept. 25 at the American Legion post for a meal and conversation. John Hemingway and Tom Follett provided music to listen and dance. Pictured are, from the left, row 1: John Hemingway, ...

Tabs donated

After over-filling a bucket with pop-top tabs, the Main Street, USA Morning Kiwanis Club presented 25 pounds of tabs to McDonalds for the Ronald McDonald's House. Kiwanian Ron Keigan presented the tabs to McDonald's Department Manager, DeAnna Ramirez and General Manager Michaela Pearl.