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Volunteers transform zoo into Winter Wonderland

7:56 PM, Nov. 17, 2013
Brad Krueger, 18, of Marshfield strings lights around a tree Saturday during Rotary Winter Wonderland setup at Wildwood Park in Marshfield. Krueger was volunteering with Marshfield High School's National Honor Society.
Brad Krueger, 18, of Marshfield strings lights around a tree Saturday during Rotary Winter Wonderland setup at Wildwood Park in Marshfield. Krueger was volunteering with Marshfield High School's National Honor Society.
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Families sipping hot chocolate in the snow, lights displays blinking to the beat of holiday songs and other telltale signs of Rotary Winter Wonderland soon will fill every open space at Wildwood Park & Zoo.

The holiday tradition, which attracts thousands of visitors to Marshfield each year, wouldn't be possible without the help of volunteers like those who spent Saturday stringing lights and assembling archways in the cold rain.

"The weather has made it difficult, but we should be in good shape," said Ben Lee, design and build chairman for Rotary Winter Wonderland. He spent Saturday ...

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