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Friday, February 25, 2011

Congratulations DeWitt County on You Choice of Choices


In a fit of good governance, DeWitt County has settled on a consensus candidate for County Board. Wapella's own Jay Wickenhouser (WHS '88) has been chosen to fill a vacant seat, opened by a recent resignation.

Wickenhouser, who looks somewhat like Brian Urlacher, pictured here, albeit with better hair, his Uncle Jack was a noted barber in Clinton for many years, and a Cub fan of great merit and patience, brings not only his Hollywood Style looks to County Government, but also a pleasant demeanor and firm resolve to provide leadership for the citizens of not only Wapella, but also all of DeWitt County.

Way to go Jay Wickenhouser, one of Wapella's finest!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's about time we got somebody solid in DeWitt Cty politics. Give em hell Jay.

UnclesNephews said...

Can You say SWEET 16?

Wapella has a grandson in the SWEET 16!

Can you figure out who it is?

They Play Cardinal Ritter on Wed.

And they have already beaten two teams who have beaten Cardinal Ritter this year.

Or so I'm told.

Anonymous said...

I am so proud it should probably be a sin!

Anonymous said...

Was that three they showed on the channel 2 news a Wildcat 3?

Anonymous said...

It was a farm boy 3

But yes, he is descendant of a Wildcat.

JB Powers said...

UN,

Is it one of Mary Kay Thorp's kids?

Wapella wants more info, maybe even a play by play.

Anonymous said...

Yes

Mary Kay Lyon

St. Louis post dispatch will confirm.

The farm boys have done something for the first time in 50 years. Actually the first time ever.

The play by play was on channel 2.

Uncle.

Anonymous said...

That's awesome. I can think of an uncle in particular who would be very proud (make your free throws/play defense). Under-publicized Blue Ridge lost by 3 to Dee Mack last nite for sectional final. Only Bellflower names I gleaned were Plunk and Builta.RJT

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