Residents around the Wolf River, and other flood-prone areas in Waupaca County, can get a lesson in filling sandbags in Fremont tonight at the Village Hall. Waupaca County Emergency Government Director Andy Carlin and members of the Appleton-area U.S. Army Corps of Engineers met with residents in New London last night, discussing the potential for flooding along the Wolf this spring. The river level currently is 5.7 feet, which is nearly twice as high as normal for this time of year, and the spring rains have yet to start. Carlin says home owners along the river are responsible for protecting their own property, and filling sandbags properly is one part of that. The meeting in Fremont tonight is at 6:30.