A Weyauwega teenager is helping to lead the effort to make Christmas meaningful at the Wisconsin Veteran’s Home in King. Chloe Heisler, a junior at Weyauwega-Fremont High School, along with her family, will be laying holiday wreaths on every grave at the Veteran’s Cemetery on Saturday. The effort is part of national “Wreaths Across America Day”, when wreaths are laid at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C., and at over 14-hundred other locations across America in all 50 states. Chloe’s family became interested in the effort because her grandfather is a Vietnam veteran who served in 101st Airborne Division. In her free time, Chloe raises money to help fund the wreath effort….. over 8000 dollars over the past few years. Chloe and her father work at Waupaca Foundry, and with the Foundry’s donation, and the work of the District 8 Amercian Legion Riders raising thousands of dollars, every grave at the cemetery will be adorned with a wreath this Saturday. Chloe and her family, and other volunteers from the Waupaca chapter of the American Legion Riders Association, will begin laying the wreaths at 10:00 a.m.