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Wisconsin Weather Calendars On Sale Now

Published On: Oct 17 2011 09:08:02 AM CDT   Updated On: Nov 15 2011 03:56:29 AM CST
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The 2013 calendar is filled with beautiful photos of Wisconsin. To order, send a check for $8 to WISC-TV3, 7025 Raymond Road, Madison, WI 53719 or click here to order online. Be sure to include your return address!

See a list of 2013 winners below:

COVER CREDIT: Matt Anderson - Janesville

LARGE MONTH CREDIT:

Jan: Paul Garvoille - Albany Feb: Jerry Davis - Barneveld Mar: Thomas J. Serocki - Lake Mills April: Jean Kringle - Belleville May: Ray Rupnow - Sun Prairie June: Mark Buehl - Oregon July: Kathy May - Baraboo August: Tyler Spence - Middleton Sept: Lisa L. Schlender - Mazomanie Oct: Matt Anderson - Janesville Nov: Kimberly R. S. Han - Cottage Grove Dec: Dan Thoftne - Madison

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