Second Harvest mobile pantry

stops in Marshall on Friday

The Second Harvest Mobile Food Pantry will be in the Marshall High School parking lot on Friday, from 1-4 p.m. This will be a drive-thru service where each vehicle will receive a box of food.

MSF Celebrates Christmas in July

The Marshall Scholarship Foundation will be celebrating “Christmas in July” at the Marshall Farmers Market on Sunday, July 12 and July 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. by selling Christmas stockings handmade from repurposed wool sweaters.Extra copies of graduation section at KJM Library

Additional copies of the Waterloo High School graduation section, published in the June 11 edition of The Courier, are available in the lobby of the Karl Junginger Memorial Library.

WAHS Museum open by appointment

The Waterloo Area Historical Society Museum will be open by appointment during July and August. Anyone who would like to visit can call 920-478-8015 or 920-728-2324 in advance to set up an appointment. WAHS members will be happy to accommodate any visitors during the week or the weekend. There is a new display on the main floor of the museum featuring Henry Harrison Hyer, first surveyor of the village of Waterloo and area. The lower level features the Maunesha Paleo Center highlighting artifacts from 12,500 years ago.

Library curbside pick-up still available

While the Karl Junginger Memorial Library and Marshall Community Libray have reopened, curbside pick-up of materials is still avialable. Contact the KJM Library at 920-478-3344 or Marhsall library at 608-655-3123 to arrange for curbside service.

Schools continue free meals to students

through Aug. 31

through Aug. 31

The Waterloo and Marshall public schools are still providing breakfast and lunch bundles to students. Waterloo families can sign up for weekly pick up on Thursdays from 3-5 p.m. at the elementary school entrance by contacting Laurie Billingsley at billingsleyl@waterloo.k12.wi.us or 920-478-3633 ext. 4201 or Elizabeth Gould (se habla espanol) at goulde@waterloo.k12.wi.us or 920-478-3633 ext. 2440. Please provide the name, grade and teacher for each child receiving a bundle. Marshall families can pick up meals at the elementary school entrance Mondays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Sign up by Saturday at noon on the district’s website, https://www.marshallschools.org/index.cfm; the order form link is near the bottom of the page.

Food pantry remains open

The Waterloo/Marshall Food Pantry, 117 E. Madison St. in Waterloo, will continue to be open during its regular hours, 9-10 a.m. on Saturdays, and noon to 1 p.m. and 7-8 p.m. on Wednesdays. The pick-up method at the pantry will be slightly modified. Visitors will need to register at the door of the pantry and tell volunteers what items they need to pick up. A volunteer will then fill up the order for the visitors, who are to remain outside the door of the pantry to limit the number of people entering the facility. Pantry coordinator Todd Schultz said families should only send one person to register at the door. For more information, contact Wanda at 920-478-2321 or Sue at 920-478-9679.

Lions offering Piggly Wiggly grocery delivery

Area residents ages 65 and older and those with immunity-related medical conditions can have their grocery orders from Piggly Wiggly delivered for free by the members of the Marshall Lions Club. Shoppers can place their orders online and in the comments section, enter Marshall Lions to Deliver and a phone number. Call Lion Dennis Riley at 608-235-4453 to coordinate delivery or for more information.

Farmers’ Market open for the season

The Marshall Farmer’s Market has opened for its second season on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market is located at the village’s municipal parking lot (the former American Legion parking lot on Main Street across from Ace Hardware). Due to health and safety measures, parking is only allowed in the southwest side of the parking lot, foot traffic can only go in one direction and booths will be kept a minimum 15 feet apart. For more information, contact Scott Michalak at michalak433@msn.com.

Groceries for Growth continues offering weekend food

Groceries for Growth is still providing weekend food for students in grades K4 through 4th grade at the Waterloo Elementary School. Students who participated in the Groceries for Growth program have continued to receive an extra bag of food for weekends when they pick up the food at the school. Parents of Waterloo Elementary School students in grades 4K through 4th grade who would like to receive the extra food should contact Laurie Billingsley at billingsleyl@waterloo.k.12.wi.us or 920-478-3633 ext. 4201 or Elizabeth Gould (se habla espanol) at goulde@waterloo.k12.wi.us or 920-478-3633 ext. 2440.Local libraries open

The Marshall Community Library and Karl Junginger Memorial Library are now open for patrons to check out and pick up items. There will be no in-person programming at this time; however, there will be online options. The summer reading programs will also get underway this month using the Beanstack app. For more information, visit the libraries’ websites at https://www.marlib.org and https://www.waterloo.lib.wi.us.{/span}{/span}

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