WAUSAU (WAOW)– Theresa Haase is the organizer of the first-ever Wausau Area Silver Pageant. For her volunteer efforts she is recognized with a Jefferson Award. Haase is the Community Relations
MARSHFIELD (WAOW) – The Rotary Winter Wonderland is one of the most popular holiday light shows in Wisconsin, drawing thousands of visitors each year while at the same time helping feed the hungry.
WAUSAU (WAOW) – A Wausau area woman who dreamed of having a large family sees her wish come true and is recognized with a Jefferson Award for helping others.
SCHOFIELD (WAOW) – A rare heart condition caused 14-year old Forrest Goetsch to collapse and die during a cross-country practice on the track at D.C. Everest Junior High School in 2009.
STEVENS POINT (WAOW) – A Stevens Point woman finds clothing for children who come from needy families, feeds the hungry and provides shelter to the homeless.
WAUSAU (WAOW) – The co-founders of the Wausau-based Never Forgotten Honor Flight are our Jefferson Award winners for October.
WAUSAU (WAOW) – For 25 years, a Wausau man has volunteered for Wausau Metro Area Special Olympics, a group that provides year-round sports training for athletes with disabilities. For that dedication, Arnie Heil received the September Jefferson Award.
MARSHFIELD (WAOW) – Phil and Jill Hiller of Marshfield are our Jefferson Award winners for August.
DuWayne Zamzow is proud of his Pomeranian heritage and for his volunteers efforts he is being recognized with a Jefferson Award.
SCHOFIELD (WAOW) – Photographer Dave Junion has flown nearly all of the 28 Never Forgotten Honor Flights that carried veterans from northern and central Wisconsin to Washington, D.C., to tour the war memorials.
WAUSAU (WAOW) – A Wausau couple helps the needy in countries far from the shores of America, having been instrumental in shipping hundreds of tons of donated materials and building supplies to Jamaica and Kenya.