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VILAS COUNTY

NEWS-REVIEW EAGLE RIVER, WI 54521

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(715) 479-4421 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2012

Vilas aging group moves to new site The Vilas County Commission on Aging is now located at 521 E. Wall St. The new location is a former gift shop and affords space for each staff member to conduct confidential interviews, accommodating two aging and disability specialists. Over the Christmas and New Year holidays, Commission on Aging Chairman Erv Teichmiller and former Commission on Aging Director Joe Fortmann toured the property owned by Design/Build by Visner. Together they created the vision for the new space. Included will be a conference room to be used by the elderly-benefit specialists,

caregiver coordinators, nutrition advisory council and transportation subcommittee. “Holding meetings at the new location will free up more time in the courthouse conference rooms,” said Sue Richmond, interim supervisor, coordinating and completing the relocation. The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of the Northwoods will be colocated at the East Wall Street site. Two full-time ADRC specialists will be on duty. A disability-benefit specialist will also offer services. A grand opening celebration is planned for Thursday, June 28, from 1 to 4 p.m.

Bob Egan appointed to Nicolet board

Brew, pretzels enjoyed at fest Attendees gathered early and waited for the gates to open at Eagle River’s annual Great Northern Beer Festival Saturday (bottom). At least 30 breweries showed up to pour their products at the festival, as ticketholders went from table to table sampling products (above). Festivalgoers were offered pretzel necklaces (right) and were given books detailing the nuances of every beer available (below). Beer fest President Bill Summers said breweries in Wisconsin and the Midwest make some of the best beer anywhere, adding that the state is fortunate to have a strong brewing history with many creative and talented brewers sharing their beers. —Staff Photos By ANTHONY DREW

Bob Egan of Eagle River recently was appointed to fill a three-year term on the Nicolet College Board of Trustees. E g a n EGAN owns Eagle River Tire Inc. He has served on the Vilas County Board of Supervisors, the Vilas County Economic Development Corp., the North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, the Vilas Coun-

ty Law Enforcement Committee and the Grow North Regional Economic Development Corp. Prior to moving to Eagle River, he worked as a police officer in Chicago. Appointments to the Nicolet College Board of Trustees are made by the chairpersons of the county boards from Nicolet district counties, which include all of Oneida, Vilas and Forest counties and portions of Lincoln, Langlade and Iron counties. All new board members will be sworn in during the July board of directors meeting.

College offers series of business workshops Nicolet College will hold a series of entrepreneur workshops designed to help individuals turn their business ideas into reality. The E-Seed Innovative Entrepreneurship Training program will meet on consecutive Wednesdays from June 20 through Aug. 29 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Forest County Potawatomi Cultural Center, Library and Museum, located at 8130 Mish Ko Swen Drive in Crandon. “These workshops will center on the business planning process such as opportunity recognition, business concept development, feasibility testing and the business plan,” said Michelle Madl, instructor and business development outreach coordinator at the college. “They will be geared toward anyone thinking

about starting a business but unsure where to begin, as well as the existing smallbusiness owner who is looking at ways in which to better market, financially manage and redefine the purpose and vision of their existing business,” she continued. Cost for the series is $140 for all workshops since part of the cost is underwritten by a grant the Forest County Potawatomi received from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to promote rural economic development. The workshops are open to anyone in Oneida, Vilas, Forest and Langlade counties. Space is limited to the first 15 registrants. For more information or to register, contact Madl at (715) 365-4492; 1-(800) 5443039, ext. 4492; TDD (715) 365-4558 or 711 relay.

Reflections By Mary Friedel-Hunt

A natural cycle Last evening our watercolor group gathered to paint. We do this on alternate Thursday evenings. It encourages and supports us as we learn from and enjoy each other’s company. While there, we learned that one of our members who is in Alaska working as a forest ranger had a heart attack. Thankfully, she is going to be OK. But the conversation led to a discussion about the number of people we know who are sick or who have recently died. “There seem to be so many,” said one. “We are all aging,” said another. “It will keep happening now. I remember my mother talking about this,” said a third. As we age we see the losses in our lives increase seemingly by the day. I can easily name eight to 10 people who are seriously ill or who have recently died. How do we handle this? Do we get morose and live in sadness? I do not think that is a good solution. I do believe we must grieve our losses. I also believe that we learn to not to “move on” but rather to integrate the grief into our lives. Our society does not like to talk about or even acknowledge death. We want everyone to be happy, upbeat, comfortable and worry-free all the time. But that state of denial is not real or healthy. We all die. Everyone of us walking about on this planet will die. But because we live in a society that denies or at best To FRIEDEL-HUNT, Pg. 3B


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VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS

LIFESTYLE

Winners of this year’s Guides for Grades included Northland Pines Middle School students, front row from left, Bethalyn Bontrager, Maddie Blaedow, Alison Sauvola, Amanda Sergent, Makayla Hayes, Hadley Burns, Gabby Herfindahl, Amy Camode-

ca, Jenna Sima, Robyn Yakel and Madison Ludwig; back row, Grayson Gilomen, Jack Kolinski, Scott Young, Kody Radtke, Joe Gjouik, Bobbie Schilling, Seth Erickson, Davey Mendham, Drake Schneider, Isaac Haiduk, Zach Neddo, Nick Justice, Nick Cato,

Carter Staege, Bailey Conrad, Michael Scholl, Makayla Rubo, Shay Garske, Carson Cox, Dillon Gagliano, Nicholas Edwards, Noah Wittkopf, Dawson Penn and Trent Fessenbecker. —Staff Photo By ANTHONY DREW

Middle school students hooked on Guides for Grades ___________ BY GARY RIDDERBUSCH NEWS-REVIEW EDITOR

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With a little incentive of the Guides for Grades program, students at Northland Pines Middle School are improving their grades. Eagle River guide Yukon Jack initiated the program 14 years ago with the school’s approval. Last week, during an assembly at the school, he stressed to students the importance of doing well in school. “The program is designed to teach students that grades are important,” Yukon Jack said. “This gives the students an incentive to improve their grades.” The program rewards students who improve their grades by entering them in a drawing for a half-day fishing trip with an area guide. Yukon Jack reminded the students about the importance of getting a solid educa-

tion. “If you learn to read well, write proficiently and learn basic math skills, you can do anything you want when you get older,” he said. “Those skills will take you a long way.” Students eligible for the drawing needed to increase their grades from the first quarter to the third quarter of the 2011-’12 school year. Additionally, students who maintained a 3.2 grade-point average (GPA) also were eligible. A total of 170 students were eligible for the program, according to middle school Principal Jackie Coghlan. “The purpose of Guides for Grades is a reward for students who try to do their best,” said Coghlan. This year, 36 students in grades six, seven and eight were chosen to spend a half day fishing with an area guide. According to Yukon Jack, guided trips would typically cost paying customers

Trees For Tomorrow lists summer programs Trees For Tomorrow will offer several educational programs open to the public this summer. Some programs will be free while others will have a charge for materials. The free public program series will run Tuesdays from June 12 through Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. in the air-conditioned Education Hall at the school’s campus. Programs will feature a variety of speakers who will discuss many nature-related topics. The June 12 session will be a program on cougars by mammal specialist Jane Widenhoeft. Summer naturalists will present family programs every Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. from June 12 through Aug. 14. These nature-focused programs are geared toward younger children but are also designed to appeal to the entire family. Topics will include the world of rotting logs, birds, bugs, reptiles and amphibians, animal tracks and more. Many programs will include a craft project. The cost for each of these pro-

grams is $1 per person or $5 per family. The Youth Outdoor Adventure Series will run Thursdays from June 14 through Aug. 16 with various nature and adventure programs for youths, ages 8 to 12. Each session will offer a different theme including Artful Antics, Buggin’ Out, Wild Water, a family Survival Sleepover and more. Most programs will run from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. and the cost is $25 per day per child which includes programming, swimming at Silver Lake beach and snacks. Participants are asked to take their own lunch. Trees For Tomorrow is a natural resources specialty school that offers field-based programs to place adults and youths in direct contact with natural resources that support human needs. For more information or a complete schedule on any of these programs offered at Trees For Tomorrow, contact (715) 479-6456 or treesfortomorrow.com.

about $250. Students who did not get drawn for a guided trip were given a tackle bag with fishing supplies from a number of sponsors. Of the eligible students, 105 participated by having their name put in the drawing to fish with a guide. “Yukon Jack, the area guides and I have worked together for the past 14 years to provide this opportunity to the students at the middle school,” said Coghlan. “I

think it is a very good program and appreciate the area guides giving of their time to give some kids an opportunity they might otherwise never have.” Coghlan said students are responsible for setting up the date for their fishing trips. Each guide will take two students fishing. “We’re hoping all the students give their guide a call,” said Coghlan. The 18 guides who donat-

“Many of the guides tell me that their best day on the water during the summer was when they took the students fishing,” said Yukon Jack. Sponsors this year included Jiffy Ice Drills, Northland Tackle, Minn Kota Trolling Motors, TTI Blakemore Fishing Group, St. Croix Rod, Mepps-Mr. Twister, Classic Fishing Products and Vexilar. Eagle Sports Center in Eagle River supplies the bait.

Library offers summer programs Olson Memorial Library’s summer reading program is underway, and children ages 17 and younger are welcome to participate. Children are welcome to sign up and participate in the program, which is running June through August. Participants may obtain a 10-hour reading-log form from the children’s department. Older children are asked to mark off each 15-minute reading session, while younger children may mark off the time that someone reads to them. When a child has accumulated 10 hours on their reading log, it may be redeemed at the library for a certificate for a Pizza Hut personal pan pizza. Also, part of the reading program are the listening dogs, Quincy and Dare, who are at the library on alternat-

ing Tuesday afternoons from 1 to 2:10 p.m. Children may sign up at the circulation desk for a 10-minute session to read a book of their choice to Quincy or Dare. Participants will earn a paw print for each day they read. When they reach five paw prints, they will earn a Culver’s frozen custard coupon. Upcoming sessions are scheduled for the Tuesdays of June 19, July 3, July 17, July 31, August 14 and August 28. Bob and Judy Ruch will present a Clean Boats, Clean Waters program during the story hour set Monday, June 18, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. The program will focus on water resources in the North Woods and what can be done to protect them. Art and educational activities will be offered. Dreamtime Tales with sto-

iPad training sessions to be held at NPHS Northland Pines School District staff will offer free summer training sessions describing iPads and their varied uses. They will host four sessions on two days, Monday, June 18, and Tueday, July 17, with morning sessions from 8 to 11 a.m. for beginners and afternoon sessions from noon to 3 p.m. for intermediate users. Sessions will be held in the high school large-group instruction room. For reservations, call Northland Pines High School

at (715) 479-4473. For more information contact Scott Foster, director of technology, at (715) 542-3632 or sfoster@npsd.k12.wi.us.

Jaycees offer sandbox fills Eagle River Jaycees will sponsor its annual sandbox fill program Tuesday, June 26, between 5 and 7 p.m. Deadline for ordering the sand is Wednesday, June 20. The program offers free delivery of sand for children;s sandboxes to anyone within a five-mile radius of the Eagle River Post Office. For more information or to order sand, call Shawn at (715) 617-3709.

YMCA camp out set June 22-23

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH — Northland Pines High School Students of the Month for May and their sponsors were, front row from left, senior Cassandra Dehn, junior David Johnson, sophomore Gavin Harris and freshman

ed a half day of fishing this year include Yukon Jack, Bill Hassey, Tom Nampel, Bill Demlow, Jim Rechlitz, Elmer Jensen, Fred Brogle, Lamont Roth, Al Schroeder, Lon Millard, Brian Uttech, Bill Pivar, Bill Jacobs, Bob Jacobs, Clint Burns, Mat Hegy, Muskie Matt and George Langley. The day on the water with the students is as rewarding for the guides as it is for the youths, according to Yukon Jack.

Rebekah Puffer; back row, sponsors Nancy Schuller of River Valley Bank and Theresa Sullivan of First National Bank. Other sponsors were Ripco Credit Union and Associated Bank. —Contributed Photo

The YMCA of the Northwoods will host its family camp out community event at the Rhinelander location June 22 at 5:30 p.m. ending June 23 at 8 a.m. This free overnight gathering will include pool time, open gym and a campfire. Participants are encouraged to bring tents and sleeping bags. For more information, contact the YMCA at (715) 3623622. Registration deadline is June 19.

ryteller Tracy Chipman will be held Wednesday, June 20, at 2 p.m. Chipman has a global collection of tales of dreams and dreamtime places and spaces. She targets her tales to the age 12 and younger group, but all ages are welcome to participate. The library will replace its normal story hour program Wednesday, June 27, with Make a Hot Air Balloon led by Debbie Johnson. The ses-

sion will run from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. The hot air balloons will be inflated when participants arrive, and children will create a basket for their balloon. This session is limited to the first 25 children who register. For all these programs, children ages 8 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call the library at (715) 4798070.


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Dan and Monica Sankey of Stevens Point announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Marie, to Bradley Michael Russell, son of Doug and Donna Russell of Three Lakes. The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Stevens Point Area High School and a student at UW-Stevens Point where she is studying business. She is currently employed at Starbucks Coffee Co. The prospective groom is a 2002 graduate of Three Lakes High School and graduated from UW-Stevens Point in 2006 with a degree in English. Following a year of teaching in China, he is employed at Travelguard

KATHERINE SANKEY and BRADLEY RUSSELL

Insurance, Plover. A wedding is planned in August 2012.

Girl Scouts to celebrate 100th anniversary June 16

The Parent Teacher Association Reflections art program recently announced its prize winners for 2011-’12. Taking part in the presentation were, front row from left, Ashlynn Boxrucker, Rose Tyler and

Alexis Kasper; back row, Karen Kubacki, Lillian Bontrager, Langdon Langhoff, Brianna Croker, Morgan Phillipich, Mia Mroczynski and Tesa Bontrager. —Staff Photo By ANTHONY DREW

Reflections art program announces 2011-’12 winners Prizes recently were awarded at Eagle River Elementary School for the 2011’12 Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Reflections art program. The program has continued for more than 40 years and was designed to promote arts in the schools. The theme this year was “Diversity Means . . .” and six different categories were available for two age brackets in grades kindergarten through fifth grade.

“This year’s theme was a tough one,” said PTA Vicepresident and Reflections Chairwoman Tesa Bontrager. “Our brave artists submitted little pieces of themselves for all to see. We did not have any state winners this year, but the children enjoyed this year’s program as much as they did the previous years.” Artarama provided a judging panel as well as art supplies for awards. “Karen Kubacki of Artarama was essential in heading up the afterschool art work-

shops with local artists,” said Bontrager, who added that everyone involved helped the students gain exposure to the arts. “Research shows this to build confidence, fine motor skills and thinking,” she said. “This year’s program was a success for any one of these reasons alone.” This year’s local awardwinners are as follows: Visual arts, kindergarten to second grades — first, Ashlynn Boxrucker; second, Rose

Tyler; third, Alexis Kasper. Visual arts, third to fifth grades — first, Lillian Bontrager; second, Langdon Langhoff; third, Brianna Croker. Musical composition, third to fifth grades — first, Morgan Phillipich. Best interpretation — Mia Mroczynski. Most original — Brianna Croker. Judges’ choice — Ashlynn Boxrucker. Principal’s choice — Rose Tyler.

Parachute jump planned in conjunction with fly-in

Specially trained volunteers become therapy workers at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff and Ministry Eagle River Memorial Hospital. Kegger, a canine therapist, visits patients and staff, boosting spirits and aiding in healing. —Contributed Photo

As part of the annual Eagle River Fly-In scheduled on Father’s Day, June 16, the Eagle River Historical Society will sponsor a parachute jump performed by the 82nd Airborne Division All-American Freefall Team from Fort Bragg, N.C. The jump will take place at noon at the Eagle River Airport, and there is no admission charge. The society is sponsoring the jump to highlight their Hooked on History campaign, a fundraiser for a new museum, and as part of their yearlong effort to salute the military. Members of the society will sell root beer floats served in a keepsake mug that will feature a steam engine logo. Hooked on History brochures and donation jars will be available at the Eagle River Historical Society dis-

play at the fly-in or donations may be mailed to Eagle River Historical Society, P.O. Box 2011, Eagle River, WI 54521. Other events the society has held as part of their military salute included obtaining a replica Civil War gravestone for the unmarked grave of a local veteran; a military display at the Depot Museum honoring local veterans; presentations to social studies classes at Northland Pines High School; the cemetery walk, featuring a display of World War II paratrooper memorabilia; and the dedication of Civil War veteran Henry Ashby’s gravestone. New members are always welcome, and applications are available at the Depot Museum on Railroad Street or upon request. The society aims to preserve and promote the colorful history of the North Woods for future generations.

Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes Council will converge Saturday, June 16, at Lambeau Field in Green Bay to celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouting in the United States. Activities will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will include a variety of games and refreshments. Local Girl Scout leaders have arranged a family bus trip for registered Girl Scouts and their families. Cost for the bus will be $10 per person. The bus will depart from the Northland Pines Middle School (NPMS) June 16 promptly at 6:40 a.m. Those riding the bus are asked to arrive at the school no later than 6:30 a.m. The bus will make one rest stop on the trip down and back, and refreshments will be served.

Friedel-Hunt: does not feel comfortable talking about death, or know what to say to someone who is grieving, we do not deal with it in a healthy manner. We do not reach out easily to those who grieve. We suggest the loved one is better off or that it was God’s will or we tell the grieving person to move on or let go. This is what happens when we live in a society that will not deal with death in a healthy way. It leads to further pain for those who are grieving. Grief education needs to begin with children. When they lose a pet or a neighbor or grandparent, it is time to begin their education. Instead, we tend to tell children that God wanted their pet or grandparent or that they are sleeping. That is a good way to make children fearful of going to sleep and angry at God. It is not the truth and so the child develops the same attitudes that our society promotes. I guess

“One gentleman had tears of joy in his eyes when Buster sat next to his bed. Perhaps he reminded him of a dog he has or once had.” Any canine involved in the program must be a certified pet-therapy dog, which signifies it’s gone through training to ensure patient safety. Marilyn and Buster attended a four-part evaluation to become certified. The training and instruction included a handling portion, which tested the dog’s basic good manners and Marilyn’s handling skills. The next step was to see how Buster interacted with residents or strangers on several supervised visits. Once a dog achieves pet-therapy certified status, the owner attends volunteer orientation at HYMC or MERMH. The animal and handler each receive an identification badge which includes their picture. A pet therapy dog must remain on a leash at all times while in the hospital. For more information on volunteering in MERHM or HYMC’s pet therapy program, contact Becky DeMuth at (715) 356-8305.

Containerized tree seedlings from Trees For Tomorrow natural resources specialty school are available to purchase, helping to provide scholarships for students to attend Trees For Tomorrow. Mail-order tree seedlings are available at a cost of $1. These classes educate students in critical thinking, team building and increased self-esteem, while learning valuable skills. There are six varieties of evergreens available: white and red pine, blue and Norway spruce, white spruce hybrid, and the northern white cedar. All seedlings are container-grown to ensure increased survival rates compared to bare-root stock, as they are never removed from their original container. Each seedling comes in a small plug of soil with a well-established root system. It is recommended to transplant the tree seedling while maintaining the soil already encasing

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it is more comfortable to pretend death does not exist or to create myths or, worse yet, ignore it. I can’t urge people enough to get some good books on grief and educate themselves. There are many websites that can assist everyone. One of them is griefhealing.com and another is grieftoolbox.com. Life, death, life is a natural normal cycle. Grief is a normal and essential human response to loss and it takes as long as it takes. There are no rules. Mary Friedel-Hunt, MA LCWS, is a freelance writer and psychotherapist in the Madison area. She can be reached at mfriedelhunt@charter.net or P.O. Box 1036, Spring Green, WI 53588.

“Images of Yesteryear” The images of James Henry Parfitt and other added attractions on Wednesday, July 11, EAGLE RIVER INN at 7 p.m. in the Riverside Room. Added attractions include the Recollections of Morton Cook, and a look at the Greenwood Ranch in the old days.

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There’s a new breed of specially trained health-care volunteers at Ministry Eagle River Memorial Hospital (MERMH) and Howard Young Medical Center (HYMC) in Woodruff. In February, MERMH and HYMC started a pet-therapy program. Five dogs and their owners currently participate in the volunteer program in Woodruff and Eagle River. The animals visit patients admitted into the hospital. Once escorted into the room, the dog sits at the patient’s bedside. The hope is the dog’s presence will create a therapeutic atmosphere that will aid in making the patient’s stay more enjoyable. “Studies have shown a visit from an animal can help create a therapeutic and healing environment that decreases patient stress,” said Deb Karow, MHYHC vice president of patient care services. HYMC Volunteer Marilyn Bolgioni owns Buster, a 11⁄2year-old male Pekingese Bullnese therapy dog. “Patients are really thrilled when they see Buster walk into the room,” said Bolgioni.

Participants will leave Lambeau Field at 3 p.m., and the bus will depart promptly at 3:30 p.m. The group is expected to return to NPMS between 6:30 and 7 p.m. Familes may take food and beverages with them on the bus. Each Girl Scout must have a completed permission slip to board the bus, and parents will be responsible for their children. The Northern Lakes Girl Scout Service Area which includes Eagle River, Conover, Land O’ Lakes, Three Lakes, Phelps, Sayner, Star Lake, Sugar Camp and the towns of Washington, Cloverland and Lincoln. For more information, contact Pat Lamon at (715) 4796038 or cindy3@newnorth. net.

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MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS — Meets the second and fourth Wed. of each month from 9-11:30 a.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Call Lisann Snedden, (715) 479-1946.

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EAGLE RIVER GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY — Meets the fourth Thurs. of each month at 7 p.m. in the Northland Pines High School library. Call Sharon Rogers, (715) 889-3157.

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EASY EAGLES — Meets every other Tues. at 11:30 a.m. at Riverstone Restaurant & Tavern. Call Charlie Eggers, (715) 479-1799.

MUSIC BOOSTERS — The Northland Pines Music Boosters meets the second Thurs. of each month during the school year. Call Brandon Bautz, (715) 4794473, ext. 0802.

EAGLE RIVER AMERICAN LEGION — Post 114 meets the first Mon. of each month at 6 p.m. in Eagle River. Call (715) 479-3983 or (715) 477-0581.

MUSKIES INC. — The Headwaters Chapter meets the first Wed. of most months at Eagle River Inn & Resort. Call to confirm. Call Scott, (715) 891-6133.

er. Doors open at 4 p.m., dinner at 5:30 p.m. Call Donna Goeddaeus, (715) 4798244.

EAGLE RIVER CHAPTER OF THE ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR — Meets the first Tues. of every month at 7:30 p.m.at 610 E. Division St. Call (715) 479-8646.

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS — Keep It Simple meets Thurs. at 6 p.m. at First Congregational United Church of Christ. Call (866) 310-9077.

FIRST AID/CPR CLASSES — The American Red Cross offers various first aid, CPR and AED classes in Rhinelander. Call (715) 362-5456.

EAGLE RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY — Meets the last Mon. of each month at 1 p.m. at 519 Sheridan St. Call (715) 479-2396.

GED PREPARATION — Classes are available at Nicolet Learning Center, Olson Memorial Library, Eagle River, Mon., Wed. and Thurs. from 4 a.m.-6 p.m. and Tues. from 4-8 p.m. Call (715) 365-4455 or 1-(800) 544-3039.

EAGLE RIVER MASONIC LODGE — Meets at 7 p.m. the second Tues. of each month at 610 E. Division St. Call (715) 479-8646.

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Recreation BADGER BRIDGE — Meets Mon. from 1-4 p.m. at Boondocker’s Lounge . Reservations not required. Partner provided if needed. Call (715) 362-8933. BINGO — Meets Mon. including holidays at the Kalmar Center in Eagle River. Early Birds at 6 p.m., regular games at 7 p.m. Refreshments available. Call (715) 479-2633. DUPLICATE BRIDGE — Meets Mon. at 1 p.m., Thurs. at 6:30 p.m., at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Eagle River. Call (715) 546-3021.

Meetings

MAHJONGG — American mahjongg is played Mon. at 10 a.m. at the Eagle River Golf Course clubhouse. Reservations not required. New players welcome. Email molly@mollya.com.

AL-ANON — Meets Wed. from 6:30-8 p.m. in the main-floor solarium at Eagle River Memorial Hospital. Call (715) 6280023.

NORTHWOODS CHILDREN’S MUSEUM — Hands-on educational exhibits and programs. Fun for all ages. Prime ages 1-10. Call (715) 479-4623. northwoodschildrensmuseum.com. NORTHWOODS SINGERS — Meets Tues. at 6:30 p.m. at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Eagle River. New singers welcome. Call Barb Nehring, (715) 547-3333. OLSON MEMORIAL LIBRARY — Children’s Story Hour meets Wed. from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the library at 203 N. Main St. in Eagle River. Call (715) 479-8070. OUTDOOR WOMEN’S GROUP — Activities are held the first Sun. of each month. Call Norma Yaeger, (715) 4771984. SCRAPBOOK CLUB — Meets the last Tues. of each month. Call Cathy, (715) 479-3164.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Closed meetings Mon. and Fri. at 7:30 p.m., First Congregational United Church of Christ in Eagle River; closed step meetings Sun., 2 p.m., Land O’ Lakes Town Hall (rear entrance). Turning Point Group meetings Tues., 7:30 p.m., Community Church annex, Hwy. K; 7:30 p.m., St. Theresa Church in Three Lakes; and Sat. 10 a.m. at Holy Family Church in Woodruff. Closed meetings at St. Germain Community United Church of Christ Thurs. at 7 p.m. and in the Newbold Town Hall Wed. Call (715) 367-7920 or (715) 479-8475. Open meetings at the Spiritual Center in Watersmeet, Mich., Mon. at 1 p.m., and Tues. at 7 p.m., closed meeting Friday at 2 p.m. Call (715) 545-2769. northwoodsaa.org. ASSAULT SURVIVORS — Tri County Council on Domestic Violence and Assault’s sexual assault survivor’s support group meets Tues. Call Elizabeth, (715) 362-6841.

WATER AEROBICS — Classes at Lake Forest Resort Tues. and Thurs. from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Call (715) 479-3251.

BOOK CLUB — Olson Library Book Club meets the first Thurs. of each month (except July, Aug. and Dec.) from 7-8:30 p.m. Call (715) 479-8070.

WOODCARVERS — Northwoods Woodcarvers meets Wed. at 1 p.m. at Kalmar Center in Eagle River. All are welcome. Call John Modjewski, (715) 479-6093.

BOY SCOUTS — Boy Scout Troop 601 meets Tues. in Eagle River at 6 p.m. Call Kay Tulppo, (715) 479-7409.

YMCA — The YMCA Pines Fitness Center is open for adults and youths grade six and older Mon.-Thurs., 5:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri., 5:30 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat., 7 a.m.-1 p.m.; and Sun., noon-4 p.m. Monthly, weekly and daily memberships available. Call (715) 479-9500.

Events COMMUNITY DINNERS — Northwoods SHARE offers free community dinners the first and third Tues. of each month at Lincoln Town Hall in Eagle Riv-

CELEBRATE RECOVERY® — Presented by Birchwood Community Church. Meets Thurs. at 6 p.m. at 115 Division St., Eagle River. (715) 891-1946. CHRISTIAN COALITION — Meets the last Tues. of each month at 7 p.m. at Donna’s Cafe in Eagle River. Call Jeff Hyslop, (715) 479-4066. DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP — Meets the first Wed. of each month from 10-11 a.m. in the lower level of the Land O’ Lakes library. Call Mery Krause, (906) 544-2554. DOLL CLUB — The Enchanted Doll Club meets the third Sat. of each month at 1 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library. Call

EAGLE RIVER VFW AND AUXILIARY — Joint meeting the fourth Thurs. of the month at 6:30 p.m. at 624 W. Pine St.

NEW-YOU-CLUB — Meets Thurs. at 8:45 a.m. at Headwaters State Bank in Land O’ Lakes. Call Elsie Conant, (715) 547-6015. NORTHWOODS ASSOCIATION FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN — Training sessions are held the third Mon. of each month from 6-8:30 p.m. Sessions will be credited toward continuing-education hours for childcare providers. Call 1-(800) 470-5833 or (715) 479-0337.

GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS — Meets Wed. at 7 p.m. at Lac Vieux Desert Transfer Station Road in Watersmeet, Mich.

NORTHWOODS NEEDLEWORKERS — Meets the second Wed. of each month from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Cloverland Town Hall. Call (715) 479-7850, (715) 477-2579 or (715) 545-2664.

GRIEF SUPPORT — A Time to Mourn, open to any adult who has suffered a loss, meets the second Thurs. of each month from 1-2:30 p.m. at Lakeland Senior Center in Woodruff. Call Connie DeBels, (715) 356-8805.

NORTHWOODS PATRIOTS — Meets the second Tues. of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Eagle River Inn and Resort. Call Shirley Kufeldt, (715) 479-9187.

GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP — Side By Side, open to everyone, meets the third Thurs. of each month at 1 p.m. at St. Peter’s Catholic Church. Call (715) 4798704. HUMANE SOCIETY OF VILAS COUNTY — Meets the first Tues. of each month at 7 p.m. at the Vilas County Animal Shelter. JAYCEES — The Eagle River Area Jaycees meets the second Tues. of each month at 6:30 p.m. Call Michelle, (715) 617-6384 or Cheryl, (715) 617-0265. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS — Knights of Columbus meets the first Wed. of each month at 7 p.m. in Eagle River. Call (715) 479-4476. KNITTING CLUB — Northwoods Knitters and Purlers meets the fourth Mon. of each month at the Woodruff Town Hall. Call Carol Clauser, (715) 453-8055. LAKELAND ART LEAGUE — New members and visitors welcome. Call Arlene, (715) 272-1168. LIONS CLUB — The Eagle River Lions Club meets the second and fourth Wed. of each month at 6:30 p.m. Call (715) 479-2666. LIONS CLUB — The Three Lakes Lions Club meets the first and third Mon. of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Oneida Village Inn. Call (715) 546-3493. MEMORY LOSS SUPPORT GROUP — Meets the fourth Tues. of each month at 1 p.m. at the Medical Arts Building. Diane Bluthardt, facilitator. Call (715) 362-7779 or (715) 479-3625. MILITARY SUPPORT GROUP — All Things Military meets the second Mon. of each month at 7 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library. Family members and friends of military personnel are welcome. Call Scott Jensen, (715) 479-3631.

QUILTERS — Cranberry Country Quilters Inc. meets the third Mon. of each month at 9:30 a.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. New members welcome. Call (715) 479-4302. QUILTERS — Eagle River Kreative Quilters meet the second and fourth Mon. of each month at Olson Memorial Library. ROTARY CLUB — The Eagle River Rotary Club meets Mon. at noon at Eagle River Inn. Visiting Rotarians are welcome.

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VILAS FOOD PANTRY — Open Wed. from 8:30-10 a.m. and the first and third Tues. of each month from 3:30-5:15 p.m. in Eagle River. Call Richard, (715) 4797524 or Jerry, (715) 477-1165.

KIDS IN NEED — Confidential 24-hour hot line, 1-(800) 622-9120, to teens and their families. Call Mary Gadzalinski at Community Mental Health Services, (715) 369-2994.

WRITERS GROUP — The Writer’s Voice meets the second and fourth Wed. of each month from 6-8 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library. Call Karin, (715) 4795232.

MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH HOT LINE: Mothers in need of health and nutrition information, financial aid or advocacy can contact the hot line 24 hours a day at 1-(800) 722-2295. mchhotlines.org.

WEIGHT WATCHERS — Meets Tues. at 5:30 p.m in Eagle River. Call 1-(800) 651-6000.

MOMS IN MOTION CLASS — Free classes for pregnant women or new mothers Tues. and Thurs. from 6-7:30 p.m. at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rhinelander. Call (715) 369-6522.

THREE LAKES CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN THE NORTHWOODS — Meets Tues. at 8 a.m. at the arts center. Call Marie Moore, (715) 546-2299.

Health

THREE LAKES GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY — Meets the fourth Mon. of each month at 1 p.m. at Demmer Library. Call Nancy Brewster, (715) 546-3391.

ACT NOW — Open to physically challenged people in wheelchairs. Call Alvin Weso, (715) 478-5120.

MS CIRCLE OF HOPE — Meets the third Tues. of each month at noon at Grace Foursquare Church in Rhinelander. Call Janet Carlstedt, (715) 5452245.

ADVANCE HEALTH-CARE PLANNING WORKSHOPS — Meets first and third Fri. of each month at the Medical Arts Building. Call (715) 479-0375.

NARCONON — Provides answers to drug addiction, free assessment, evaluation and referral services. Call 1-(800) 468-6933. stopaddiction.com.

ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUP — Meets at Lillian Kerr Nursing Care & Rehabilitation Center in Phelps. Call Laura Javenkowski, (715) 545-2589.

NORTHWOODS AREA PARKINSON’S DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP — Meets the second Tues. of each month at 10 a.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church in Minocqua. Call Denny Leith, (715) 3582207.

TOASTMASTERS — Northwoods Toastmasters meets the second Thurs. of each month at 7 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library. Call Mike, (715) 479-8681. TOPS WI 87 — Meets Thurs. at Eagle River City Hall. Weigh-in from 5-5:25 p.m., meeting follows. All are welcome. Call Holly Schmucki, (715) 479-5426. TRI-COUNTY COUNCIL ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT — Support groups for domestic violence and sexual assault meet weekly. Call (715) 479-2912, (715) 362-6841 or 1-(800) 236-1222. VFW MEETING — Eagle River Post 8637 meets the fourth Thurs. of each month. Joint meeting with Auxiliary at 6:30 p.m.; regular meeting at 7 p.m. Call (715) 479-8810. VILAS COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS — Meets the second Thurs. of each month at 6 p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Call Shirley Egan, (715) 479-8820.

NORTHWOODS ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUP — Meets the first Thurs. of each month at 1:30 p..m. at One Penny Place in Woodruff. Call Joan Hauer, (715) 892-0053 or (715) 356-6540. CANCER SUPPORT GROUP — Meets the second Thurs. of each month at 10 a.m. at James Beck Cancer Center at Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rhinelander. Call (715) 361-2027.

SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT GROUP — Sponsored by Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault. Meets Mon. from 4:30-6 p.m. in Rhinelander; Thurs., 2-3:30 p.m. in Rhinelander; Thurs., 5:30-6:45 p.m. in Minocqua. Call (715) 362-6841 Mon.-Fri. from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

DAYBREAK ADULT CENTER — Provides relief to caregivers who have elderly persons living with them. Activities include social events, outings, noon meal and snacks. Meets Thurs. from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Call (715) 617-0584.

SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE SUPPORT GROUP — Meets the third Thurs. of each month from 5-7 p.m. at Trig’s RiverWalk Center in Rhinelander. Meetings are free and open to the public. Call Sue Mackowski, (715) 275-5399 or Tina Werres, (715) 499-3002.

BIRTHS Joe and Sheila Hein announce the birth of their daughter, Margaret Marie, Wednesday, April 11, 2012, at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and measured 20.75 inches in length. Grandparents are Vern and Rosemary Schaller of Rhinelander and the late Joe Hein and Marie Hein of Sugar Camp. * * * Steven and Bethany Madl of Eagle River announce the birth of their son, Caleb Dennis, Wednesday, May 23, 2012, at Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rhinelander. Grandparents are Brian and Marlowe Cervenansky of Minocqua, Nick and Marge Schreurs of Three Lakes and the late Dennis Madl. The baby was welcomed home by his sister, Skylar Grace. The Choo-Choo Store owners Dale and Janel Wolke are expanding their specialty train store in Three Lakes. The Wolkes, who share a combined 60 years of retail experience, have relocated to a larger facility. —Contributed Photo

Wolkes expand Choo Choo Store The Choo Choo Store in downtown Three Lakes will celebrate its second anniversary Saturday, June 16, after reopening in a new location. During the past two years, the couple have relocated the model railroad business to 1805 Superior St., double the size of their previous store. The change included expanding the train layout which now includes five trains and larger inventory of model trains and train-related merchandise. The store is an authorized

dealer for the brands of Lionel, MTH, Atlas, Weaver and Woodland Scenics. Owners Dale and Janel Wolke have more than 60 years combined retail experience. The Wolkes have launched a new website, thechoochoostore.com that offers 4,000 items for sale. Store hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, call (715) 546-8036.

* * * Melissa Paznonski of Three Lakes and Travis R. Faust of Tomahawk announce the birth of their son, Jayden Ryan Faust born Monday, May 21, 2012, at Howard Young Medical Center in Minocqua. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 4.9 ounces, and measured 19 inches in length. Grandparents are Mary Colburn of Three Lakes, Joe

Paznonski of Three Lakes and Nancy Faust of Tomahawk. * * * Joshua and Lisa Arndt of Eagle River announce the birth of their daughter Elyssa Ann on Saturday, May 26 at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces, and measured 19 inches in length. Elyssa was welcomed home by her sister, Emma Clare Arndt. Grandparents are Larry Arndt of Eagle River, Anne Marie Arndt of Clearwater, Fla., Barbara Coffey of Minocqua and James Kelly of Hartford. * * * Curt and Karen Petersohn of St. Germain announce the birth of their son, Carson Cain born Monday, May 28, at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 6.3 ounces, and measured 20 inches in length. Grandparents are Charlie and Susie Seehafer of Say-ner, and Arlene Petersohn of Crystal Lake, Ill.

Hastreiter, born Monday, June 4, at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce, and measured 21 inches in length. Grandparents are Randy and Karen Snyder of Sugar Camp, and Dennis and Mary Kay Hastreiter of Rhinelander.

* * * Jason and Erin Molle announce the birth of their son, Braden Gary, born Monday, June 4, at Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rhinelander. Grandparents are John and Holly Jahnz, Bethany Molle, and the late Gary Molle.

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BACKWARD GLANCES One Year Ago Invasive species purple loosestrife was found on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes . . . Northland Pines District Administrator Mike Richie was named a 2011 finalist for National Superintendent of the Year . . . A clerical error led to an almost 48-hour suspension of District Attorney Al Moustakis — Moustakis rectified the error and returned two days’ worth of pay and benefits to the Department of District Attorneys.

EAGLES AWARD — At a recent Easy Eagles Ladies Luncheon, the Soaring Eagle award was presented to Charlie Eggers. Participating

in the award presentation were, from left, Sy Syvertsen, Eggers and his wife, Cindy. —Contributed Photo

YMCA offers bus trip to theater and winery The YMCA of the Northwoods will be offering a wine and theater excursion Thursday, July 19, to the Fanny Hill Dinner Theater in Eau Claire with a stop at Munson Bridge Winery on the return trip. Fanny Hill Dinner Theater will be performing “Mid-Life!

Auxiliary lists June events Auxiliary-Partners of Ministry Eagle River Memorial Hospital will hold its regular monthly meeting July 19, at 12:30 p.m. in Partners Hall in the Medical Arts building across from the hospital. Refreshments will be served at 12:30 p.m., and the program will begin at 1 p.m. Betty O’Sullivan will present a slide show on the history of Works Progress Administration (WPA) dolls. Peggy Lambert, Sally Gibbs and Christine Caz will host the event and serve refreshments. All members, guests and prospective members are welcome. A board meeting will be held at 11 a.m. prior to the regular meeting. The spring luncheon for Cards and Games will be held Thursday, June 21, at 11:30 a.m. for wine and soda, with the luncheon served at noon at the Reiter Center in Three Lakes. Reservations may be made by contacting Anita Dahl, (715) 479-2925. For more information, contact Mickey Barricklow, (715) 479-8090.

More Than A Meal Café Senior Nutrition Meals Serving at noon Sponsored by Vilas County Commission on Aging

Reservations or cancellations need to be called in 24 hours in advance between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Call Jennie Johnson at (715) 8911221. Meals are served Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at The American Legion, located at 530 Hwy. 45 S. Homedelivered meals are available based on eligibility. While there is no set fee for a meal, the suggested donation is $4 per meal. No one will be denied service because of inability to contribute.

TUESDAY, JUNE 19 Meat lasagna Green salad Breadstick Cantaloupe Orange sherbet dessert

The Crisis Musical.” “Everyone will relate to this hilarious and, at times, touching musical about the curiosities and inevitabilities of getting older,” says trip coordinator Marilyn Duschl. “From reading glasses and mammograms to weekend warriors and proctology exams, no stone is left unturned.” On the return trip, the coach bus will stop at the winery for a tour, as well as wine, infused oil and vinegar tast-

ings, and retail browsing. The bus will pick up participants at the Y in Rhinelander at 8:30 a.m. and will return at approximately 8:30 p.m. The cost for the lunch at Fanny Hill, theater tickets and winery tour is $75. Please register by July 15 by calling the Y at (715) 362YMCA (9622). The Y reserves the right to cancel trips due to low registration. Refunds will only be given if trip is canceled.

Enchanted Doll Club to hold June meeting The Enchanted Doll Club of the Northwoods will hold a meeting June 21 at 1 p.m. in the Olson Memorial Library. The club will be making plans for the 34th Annual Doll Show and Sale that will be held August 4 in Kalmar Community Center. After the meeting, the members will hear from attendees of the recent Rose Percy Event in Milwaukee and from the attendees of the Eagle River Hospital Auxiliary program on Works Progress Administration dolls. Arlene Vlies and Judy Wainwright presented a pro-

gram at the last meeting on the Bleuette doll. In France, 1905, the doll was first given away with a subscription to a magazine called La Semaine de Suzette who’s patterns were often duplicated for the doll. She became so popular that five design changes and four family members were developed before the company producing the doll closed in 1960. Enthusiasts are invited to the meetings of the Enchanted Doll Club. For information, call Arlene Vlies at (715) 4875466 or Judy Wainwright at (715) 479-7132.

Devereaux mom, teen organize first Crohn’s and Colitis Walk As part of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America’s Take Steps, Be Heard campaign, the first annual Crohn’s and Colitis Walk will be held June 23 at the Three Lakes High School track. According to event coordinator Cynthia Devereaux, all monies raised will be used to support research for curing Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, which affects 1.4 million people in the United States. “I really want to spread the word,” said Cydney Devereaux 17, of Sugar Camp, diagnosed with Crohn’s when she was 16. “I had no idea it even existed. I want to do

something that will help other kids and the adults out there. I also want people to talk about the disease.” Cynthia and Cydney are organizing the event featuring raffles, games, food, a silent auction and live music from 12 to 4 p.m. by House of Grace/HOG Wild, a Christian and classic rock band. Registration for the walk will take place from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Three Lakes track. Prizes will be awarded for the most monies raised, farthest distance walked and acquired pledges. To volunteer or participate, call (715) 550-1194.

Five Years Ago A proposal by state Rep. Dan Meyer to substantially increase state funding to fight aquatic invasive species was defeated . . . Moderate rainfall offered little relief to the drought-stricken area, Rainbow Reserve near St. Germain remained 7.4 feet below average . . . The Open Armoire and Déjà Brew coffee shop relocated to a new building on Anderson Street in Three Lakes. 10 Years Ago Going against the wishes of the Conover town, board Vilas County’s planning and zoning committee granted a 30-year gravel pit permit. . . Vandals damaged the Phelps park and vets memorial; damage to the memorial was estimated at $3,000. . . Kim Emerson was named events coordinator for the Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center. 15 Years Ago 100% of Three Lakes and Phelps third-graders scored above average in state Wisconsin’s standardized reading test . . . Members of the Eagle River Civil Air Patrol participated in an exercise with

Workshop set to make garden stepping stones The Vilas County Master Gardeners will hold a how-to workshop on creating stepping stones Thursday, June 14, at 6 p.m. at Custom Landscaping of Eagle River Inc., located at 1144 Highway 45 South. Open to the public, the topic will be on stepping stones, a long-lasting art forms for gardens. No registration is required. Participants are asked to take any items they would like to use in creating a stepping stone to the session. Items may include gems, coins or colored pieces of tile. Cost of the workshop will be $10 and includes materials.

Kalmar Senior Dining Serving at noon Sponsored by SERVE

Kalmar Senior Dining is available at the Kalmar Senior Community Center at 1011 N. Railroad St. and is open to all persons older than 55. Meals are served Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and are prepared on site. Meal cost is $5, reservations are required. Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Call (715) 4792633.

TUESDAY, JUNE 19 Oven-fried chicken Mashed potatoes with gravy Corn niblets Roll

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20

Stamp, coin show set June 16 The 31st annual Stamp and Coin Show and Bourse will be held June 16 at Crescent Elementary School in Rhinelander. Show hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stamp and coin dealers from all over the Midwest will

host booths and be available to sell, buy, trade and/or give appraisals on stamps and coins. Admission is free. For more information, contact Larry Marten, (715) 2825636 or Bill Julian, (715) 2772692.

Pepper steak Rice Pea and cheese salad Applesauce

THURSDAY, JUNE 21 Burger French fries Green salad Fruit All meals include lowfat milk and coffee.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 Crab-stuffed salmon filet Baby red potatoes Creamed peas Rye bread Mandarin oranges

FRIDAY, JUNE 22 Hot beef and gravy on a roll Roasted potatoes Coleslaw Fruit All meals include 1% milk and coffee.

For your convenience, we’re extending our hours. Lobby and drive-thru: Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Eagle River 711B US Highway 45 N 715-479-3303 Equal Housing Lender and Equal Opportunity Lender. Associated Bank, N.A. is a Member FDIC and Associated Banc-Corp. (5/12) 1636

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This photo from 1869 was contributed by Gerd Klausmeyer of Fox Lake, Ill. and features an Eagle River business after an explosion.

the U.S. Coast Guard . . . The 15th annual Jail & Bail raised $7,600 for the American Cancer Society. 20 Years Ago Area residents began fundraising to assist Dr. Dennis Baumgardner with his research of blastomycosis . . . Nearly 1,000 bicyclists were registered for the seventh Great Annual Bicycle Adventure Along the Wisconsin River . . . Damages due to a fire at Dillman’s Sand Lake Lodge in Lac du Flambeau were estimated at $400,000. 30 Years Ago Vilas, Oneida and Langlade Counties made a last-ditch effort to raise $500,000 to purchase old railroad grades before the lines were pulled, effectively ending rail service in the North Woods . . . Northland Pines School District reported a successful school year after ending its hot lunch program . . . The Vilas County Museum acquired seven of the eight original snowmobiles built by Carl Eliason.

Sport and Home Show . . . Area youth camps prepared to open for the season and reported maximum enrollment across the board. 50 Years Ago A proposed Vilas County houseboat ban was stalled for the season . . . 1.3 million trees were planted since the previous Oct. as part of the Nicolet Reforestation Plan. 60 Years Ago A set of new car tires cost $15.25 . . . Chicago and North Western Railway Co. held a hearing about possibly discontinuing rail service north of Monico between October and May. 70 Years Ago The Order of the Doghouse voted to not host 4th of July festivities this year . . . Vilas County resident began collecting scrap rubber to stave off gas rationing.

80 Years Ago Ye s c h e k ’s C r a w l i n g Stone Lodge in Lac du Flambeau was nearly destroyed in a fire . . . A 40 Years Ago 10,000 spectators were car stolen from Eagle River expected to attend the sec- was found burned on the ond annual Eagle River - highway near Crandon.

EAGLE RIVER DUPLICATE BRIDGE Results of 6/4/12

First place: Ed Casey and Bob Peterman. Second place: Terry McCloskey and Flo Erickson. Third place: Lois Killinger and Sally Kemp. Duplicate bridge is played every Monday at 1 p.m. and every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of First Congregational United Church of Christ, located at the corner of First and Division streets. The public is welcome. For more information, call (715) 546-3021.

BADGER BRIDGE Results of 6/4/12

North-South, first place: Merilyn Penn and Susan Wilkinson. Second place: Marge and Jerry Baerenwald. East-West, first place: Patricia Stafford and Dan Del Ponte. Second place: Martha Maloney and Ed Stoever. Bridge is played every Monday from 1 to 4 p.m. at Boondocker’s Lounge. For information, call Ed Stoever, club manager, at (715) 362-8933.

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DON SCHARF AUTOMOTIVE We accept ferrous & non-ferrous materials. Call for prices. (715) 479-8597

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Also paying for old cars and trucks.

Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

REQUEST for BIDS

REPLACEMENT OF TOWN HALL ROOF TOWN OF SUGAR CAMP

The town of Sugar Camp will be accepting sealed bids for replacing the town hall roof until 7:30 p.m., July 16, 2012. All bidders must receive revised bid documents from Hunter Engineering. Construction will start on Aug. 20, and must be completed by Nov. 15. Bid specifications may be obtained by contacting: Hunter Engineering & Design Inc., 217 E. Division St., P.O. Box 1585, Eagle River, WI 54521; (715) 479-4889; designs@newnorth.net. Sealed bids should be delivered to: John Bigley, Town Clerk 4059 Camp Four Rd. 2086 Rhinelander, WI 54501

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PHELPS

SHARON GIFFORD (715) 545-4008

sharoneg@frontier.com 2462 ST. LOUIS RD., PHELPS, WI 54554

Spurgeon, Nordine inducted into Phelps School Hall of Fame ___________ BY SHARON GIFFORD PHELPS CORRESPONDENT

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Phelps School District Administrator Delnice Hill presented plaques to 2012 Phelps Hall of Fame inductees Cindy Spurgeon and Dawn Nordine at the high school graduation ceremony. Cindy Spurgeon was born in Milwaukee and lived most of her school years in Cudahy. In May of 1979, her parents, Ron and Kathy Roggeman, moved the family to Phelps and bought The Great Escape Bar and Resort with Norm and MaryAnn Buckmaster. After graduating from Phelps High School in 1981, Spurgeon married her husband, Ralph, later that year. They raised two children, Jim and Dana, in Phelps. They have two grandchildren living in Phelps and one attends Phelps School. In 1986, she graduated from Nicolet College with an associate’s degree in accounting. She spent a number of years working at the Northwoods Hospital and Lillian Kerr Nursing Home in the patient accounts department and later served as director of human resources. During this time, she also got involved in town government, serving as town clerk, supervisor and chairperson. In 1999, Spurgeon was hired as bookkeeper at Phelps School. “Working with the finances of a public school is always challenging in an ever-changing environment,” she said. “It’s very exciting to know that the Phelps community supports our school and the education of our students.” Spurgeon and her husband owned and operated the Phelps Hardware Store for a number of years. This business venture inspired her involvement in both the

PHELPS, WI 54554

New adult fiction releases: “Wrong Man” by Ellis, “Strangers in Paradise” by Graham, “Spring Fever” by Andrews, “Sonoma Rose” by Chiaverini, “Sea Change” by White, “Road to Grace” by Evans, “A Simple Murder” by Kuhns, “Deadline” by Michaels, “Little Night” by Rice, “Ice Cap” by Knopf, “Blaze of Glory” by Shaara, “Bannon Brothers: Honor” by Daily, “Bad Faith” by Tanenbaum, “Heading Out to Wonderful” by Goolrick, “Big Sky Country” by Miller, “Shaker Run” by Harper and “Summer Breeze” by Thayer. New audio book releases:

“Harbor Nocturne” by Wambaugh, “Heading Out to Wo n d e r f u l ” b y G o o l r i ck , “Midnight Promises” by Woods, “Dorchester Terrace” by Perry, “Robert Parker’s Lullaby” by Atkins, “Love is Murder” by Brown and “Stolen Prey” by Sandford. New DVD releases: “Safe House,” “John Carter,” “Act of Valor,” “Yankles,” “Gone,” “Man on a Ledge,” “Coriolanus,” “Red Tails,” “This Means War,” “Teen Spirit,” “Woman in Black,” “Grey,” “One for the Money,” “Albert Nobbs” and “Chronicle.” Library hours are Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesdays, 2 to 6 p.m.; and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, contact the library at phelps.wislib.org or (715) 545-2887.

Phelps High School graduates get $58,000-plus in local scholarships Phelps School recently announced its 2012 Phelps Hall of Fame inductees. Taking part in the presentation were, from left, inductees

Phelps Chamber of Commerce (president and treasurer) and Phelps Community Development Corp. (treasurer). Her hobbies include reading, knitting and fishing. She said she enjoys the outdoors, along with spending time with family and friends. Dawn Nordine has lived in Wisconsin all her life. Her parents, Larry and Sherry Fecteau, moved the family from the Milwaukee area to Phelps in December 1975 and were quickly introduced to a North Woods winter storm while unloading the moving van. Nordine, along with sisters Lynn and Michelle and brother Scott, all graduated from Phelps High School. After graduation, Nordine attended Northern Michigan University in Marquette studying medical laboratory technology. After graduating with an associate’s degree in

Dawn Nordine and Cindy Spurgeon, along with District Administrator Delnice Hill. —Photo By Sharon Gifford

science, she worked at the Northwoods Hospital from 1981-1991 as a Medical Laboratory Technician. In 1991, she received her bachelor’s degree in education from UW-Superior. Her first teaching position was as a fifth-grade teacher at Central Elementary in the Rhinelander School District. The following year she was hired as the fourth-grade teacher at Phelps School District. During the late 1990s, Nordine became the technology coordinator for Phelps School. She received a master’s degree in environmental education from UW-Superior in 1995 and a master’s degree in school administration in 2003 from Northern Michigan University. From 2000-’03, Nordine served as the Phelps School District Administrator. In 2003, she became the director of instructional technology for

Wisconsin Virtual School for Cooperative Educational Service Agency No. 9 (CESA 9). She serves on several national and state committees, assisting in the expansion for online and blended learning opportunities for students and their school districts. “I’m so proud of the Phelps School District and the many opportunities that I’ve been involved in, such as the Technology Literacy Challenge Fund grants, the Adopt-aLake program and the district’s recognition as a National Blue Ribbon School,” said Nordine. “Phelps School has always been a leader with academics, technology and community engagement.” She and her husband, Terry, also a retired educator from the Phelps School District, enjoy traveling, golfing, sitting on the lakeside dock and spending time with nieces and nephews.

Dues-paying luncheon set The Phelps Women’s Club will hold its dues-paying luncheon at Holiday Lodge Monday, June 18, beginning at noon. Items on the agenda include the upcoming chicken dinner and Trig’s brat stand. Members should call Delnice Hill at (715) 545-2724 or email delhill@phelps.k12.wi. us for meal selection. Members also are reminded to take an item for the food pantry and the meeting auction. For more information, call Sharon Gifford at (715) 5454008.

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their time to help Kathy Schofield replace the roof on her home over Memorial Day weekend. —Photo By Sharon Gifford

Community gathers to help neighbor in need of roof Showing small-town spirit, friends and neighbors came together in Phelps over Memorial Day weekend to help Kathy Schofield replace the roof on her home. Finances were tight for Schofield, who had been a caregiver for her husband, Jim, who passed away Christmas Eve after battling illness for many years.

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Schofield said she and Jim prayed together for a new roof many times. “It was a godsend,” she said. “I never dreamed that I would receive such a gift.” Boone’s Building Supply provided the materials at cost plus $500, Twin Lakes Bible Church donated $500, Roger Crass donated $50, Chris Volkmann donated

At the Phelps School eighth-grade graduation, graduation certificates were awarded to, front row from left, Nicole Fiebrantz and Alexis Lucas; back row, Caitlin Crawford and Shaina Warchol. —Photo By Sharon Gifford

scaffolding, St. Mary’s Catholic Church donated $250, Jay Rideout donated shingles, Ed Everts gave a cash donation, Steve Doyen of North Bay Bakery donated buns and bakery items and Vicki Andersen donated desserts. Between rain showers, neighbors Frank Volkmann, Rick Buell, Jim and Colton Volkmann, John Olson, Todd Ellenbecker, Gerald Larsen, Nick Boyer, Greg and Carole Selin, Kathy Regenfuss, Pastor Craig Kirsteatter, Chad Childs, Walt Franzen, Don VanderBloemen, Dan Volkmann and Kenny Musual worked to install the new roof. “Every day, I walk back from getting the mail and admire my new roof,” said Schofield. “It’s so much more beautiful than I ever imagined.” Phelps Emergency Medical Services (EMS) also donated desserts. “The squad and I wanted to give back to the community for all they have donated towards our ambulance and equipment,” said Carole Selin, EMS supervisor.

Phelps Senior Citizen Nutrition Center Menu Lillian Kerr Healthcare Center by Rennes Meals for seniors (60+) are served Mondays and Fridays at noon. Suggested donation is $4. Make reservations 24 hours in advance to Sandy Mutter at (715) 5453983. Home-delivered meals available, based on eligibility.

MONDAY, JUNE 18 Baked chicken Mashed potatoes Brussel sprouts Butterscotch parfait

FRIDAY, JUNE 22 Popcorn shrimp Twice-baked potatoes Calico coleslaw Lime parfait

Scholarships totaling more than $58,000 were awarded to Phelps High School graduates at the 2012 ceremony. Principal Jason Pertile presented academic awards and scholarships on behalf of numerous local organizations and businesses. Scholarships and awardees included: Artarama, Shane Ray; Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Ray; Herb Kohl, Sydney Munds;

Phelps School, Ross Samuelson; Phelps Women’s Club, Thomas Crawford and Ray; Phelps Lions Club, Emma Korinek, Ray and Samuelson; Phelps Booster Club, Ray and Samuelson; Student Council, Samuelson; First National Bank, Sarah Wesenberg; Phelps Parent Association, Korinek; Friends of Phelps, Brandon Crass; and U.S. Marine Corps Excellence Award, Samuelson.

PUBLIC NOTICES _____________ (Six Weeks, 6/13-7/18/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11 CV 372 ____________________________________ FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EAGLE RIVER, vs. BRENDA S. HUG,

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Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ____________________________________

By virtue of and pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure filed on January 24, 2012, I will sell at public auction on the front steps of the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, in the City of Eagle River, in said county, on: DATE: August 2, 2012 TIME: 2:00 P.M. all of the following described mortgaged premises, to wit: LOT 10 A parcel of land being a part of the East Half (E 1/2) of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SW 1/4 SE 1/4), Section Twenty-six (26), Township Forty (40) North, Range Nine (9) East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Cloverland Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin and being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Southeast corner of said Section 26, thence S 86° 24' W 2131.08 feet along the South line of said Section 26, thence N 0° 21' 49" W 821.61 feet to an iron pipe, the PLACE OF BEGINNING, thence continuing N 0° 21' 49" W 371.26 feet to an iron pipe, thence N 86° 24' 00" E 361.39 feet to an iron pipe on the West right-of-way line of a 66.00 foot Easement Road, thence S 0° 05' 25" W 371.44 feet along said right-of-way line to an iron pipe, thence S 86° 24' 00" W 358.45 feet to the place of beginning. Including an easement for ingress and egress over said 66.00 foot easement road. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1351 Wildwood Drive TERMS OF SALE: 10% down in cash or certified funds, with a minimum deposit of not less than $10,000, required at the time of sale made payable to the Clerk of Circuit Court, and the balance of the sale price to be paid within 10 days of confirmation of sale by the court. Failure to pay balance due will result in forfeit of deposit to plaintiff. This property to be sold “as is” and subject all legal liens and encumbrances, and any delinquent real estate taxes, plus accrued interest, real estate taxes for the year of sale, and any special assessments, if any. Purchaser to pay applicable Wisconsin Real Estate Transfer Tax. Frank Tomlanovich Vilas County Sheriff O’Brien, Anderson, Burgy, & Garbowicz, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff PO Box 639, Eagle River, WI 54521 Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (15 U.S.C. Section 1692), we are required to state that we are attempting to collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. 2090

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(One Week, 6/13/12) NOTICE OF LIQUOR, BEER AND/OR WINE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Period of 7/1/12-6/30/13 Town of Washington, Vilas County Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have applied for license to sell at the premises described below in the town of Washington, Vilas County, Wis., intoxicating liquor and fermented malt beverages as described in Chapter 125.26 in subsection 3 of Section 125.51 of the Wisconsin Statutes subject to the limitations imposed by Chapter 125 of the Wisconsin Statutes, and all acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto, and hereby agree to comply with the laws, regulations, ordinances and resolutions, state, federal, and local, affecting the sale of such liquors if a license be granted the undersigned: “CLASS B” Liquor & Class “B” Beer OSO LLC, Tami Mayack, Agent, Lake Forest Golf & Recreation Area, 3801 Eagle Waters Road, Eagle River, WI. Koranda Recreation Inc., Laura Koranda, Agent, Eagle Waters Resort, 3958 Eagle Waters Road, Eagle River, WI. Capt. Nemo’s Inc., Rick Thomas Krueger, Agent, Capt. Nemo’s, 3310 Highway 70 East, Eagle River, WI. Susan J. Brahe, dba Sue’s East End Pub and Eatery, 3385 Highway 70 East, Eagle River, WI.** Helgeson Inc., Eric J. Helgeson, Agent,

Twelve Pines, 3635 Townline Road, Eagle River, WI. Dollar Lake Estates Management Company, Jack B. Alward, Agent, Chanticleer Inn, 1458 East Dollar Lake Road, Eagle River, WI. J. & S. Jankers Inc., Joseph T. Jankers, Agent, Tommy’s Bar, 2018 Highway 45 North, Eagle River, WI. Chris Hartman Investments Inc., Christine A. Hartman, Agent, Sweetwater Spirits & Resort, 2010 Highway 45 North, Eagle River, WI. Antrim Inn LLC, Paul Kelly Letsch, Agent, Boondockers, 4443 Chain O’ Lakes Road, Eagle River, WI. Voltz Enterprises Inc., Harlan Voltz, Agent, Buckshots Saloon, 2230 Highway 45 North, Eagle River, WI. Carrie J. Neumann, dba The Frontier Tavern, 2545 Columbus  Road, Eagle River, WI 54521. Jansen’s Eagle Lake Resort Inc., Brian Robert Jansen, Agent, 1800 Eagle Park Lane, Eagle River, WI. “CLASS A” LIQUOR & CLASS “A” BEER Woody’s Stuff, LLC, William P. Cashman, Agent, Wild Eagle Corner Store, 1970 Highway 45 North, Eagle River, WI. Nobbes North Inc., Carolyn Nobbe, Agent, 2901 Highway 70 East, Eagle River, WI. CLASS “B” BEER Boat Sport Marina Inc., John Mors, Agent, 3624 Highway 70 East, Eagle River, WI. **licenses are subject to satisfaction of contingencies prior to issuance. 2085

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(Six Weeks, 5/9-6/13/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11 CV 278 ____________________________________ Headwaters State Bank,

Plaintiff, vs. Brannon E. Mayer and Annette M. Mayer, Discover Bank, issuer of Discover Card c/o DFS Services, LLC, Capital One Bank USA NA, and Equitable Ascent Financial, LLC, Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ____________________________________ By virtue of and pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure filed on December 14, 2011, I will sell at public auction on the front steps of the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, in the City of Eagle River, in said county, on: DATE: June 28, 2012 TIME: 2:00 P.M. all of the following described mortgaged premises, to wit: Lots One (1) and Two (2) of that Certified Survey Map recorded in Volume 4 of Certified Surveys, page 609 as Map No. 1248, being a part of the Government Lot Five of Section Twenty-four, Township Forty-three North, Range Eight East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Township of Land 0' Lakes, Vilas County, Wisconsin. Together with an easement for ingress and egress to County Trunk Highway "B" as recorded in Volume 360 Micro Records, page 566. Property address: 7508 County Highway B, Town of Land O’Lakes TERMS OF SALE: Cash, with a minimum deposit for down payment of not less than $10,000, required at the time of Sheriff’s sale by, cash, money order, Cashier’s Check or certified check made payable to the Clerk of Circuit Court, and the balance of the sale price to be paid upon confirmation of sale by the Court. This property to be sold “AS IS” and subject to any and all delinquent real estate taxes, plus accrued interest, and real estate taxes for the year of sale, and any special assessments, if any. Purchaser to pay transfer tax fee. Frank Tomlanovich Vilas County Sheriff O’Brien, Anderson, Burgy, & Garbowicz, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff PO Box 639 Eagle River, WI 54521 0956

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2012

THREE LAKES

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Concerts in the Park set to begin June 26 The Three Lakes Historical Society is set to kick off its free Concerts in the Park livemusic series Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m., beginning June 26 with the Woodland Strings. The outdoor shows will be held at the Cy Williams Park gazebo, just north of the Chamber of Commerce building on Superior Street in Three Lakes. The concerts attract picnickers and music fans of all ages who are treated to a variety of musical styles in a relaxed setting. The 2012 Concerts in the Park schedule is as follows: — June 26, the Woodland Strings; — July 3, The Northwoods Brass Quintet; — July 10, Hot Mix;

INVASIVES REMOVAL — The global science class at Three Lakes High School, instructed by Al Votis, worked on a project to identify, map and eradicate the invasive species known as buckthorn from the woods on the south end of the school. The town of Three Lakes contributed a chipper for the project. This will be a multi-year effort to show students the importance of preventing the importation and spread of invasive species, according to Votis. Buckthorn is a species native to Eurasia that was imported to the United States to use as a decorative plant and hedging material. It has no competitors or predators in the country and spreads aggressively, taking over forested areas by choking out native growth. —Contributed Photo

Demmer Library to host Night Sounds program The Demmer Library and Trees for Tomorrow will present Night Sounds at the library Tuesday, June 19, at 11 a.m. Night Sounds will be the first of seven programs offered at Demmer Library during its “Dream Big, Read!” summer reading program. An educator from Trees for Tomorrow will be present

Lions Club making plans for Fourth of July parade The Three Lakes Lions Club, now in its 60th year, will sponsor its annual Fourth of July Parade and Pancake Breakfast in downtown Three Lakes. According to Lions Club first vice president Don Sidlowski, who serves as parade chairman, this year’s parade will be held Wednesday, July 4, at 9 a.m. This parade theme will be “60 Years With the Lions.” Keeping with tradition, the name of the parade’s grand marshal won’t be revealed until the week before the the event. In the meantime, Sidlowski is calling for area businesses, organizations, families and individuals to enter a float in the parade and participate in the town’s celebration. “Of course, we expect to have all of the Three Lakes emergency service units participating, which we really appreciate,” he said. “You just can’t have a good parade without fire engines, ambulances and police vehicles. The parade also will feature many of the favorites people look forward to, including the Janesville Fife and Drum Corps, the Three Lakes High School Marching Band, Thun-

der Bay Pipe & Drum, Suzy Sunshine the Clown, Edgar High School Band, Oregon High School Band and more. “But the real fun for adults and children alike are all the floats decorated according to the theme of the year,” said Sidlowski. As in the past, plaques will be awarded for the best entries in several categories. To enter a float or for more information, contact Sidlowsi at (715) 350-2288. “Even if you’ve never done it before, it’s easy to have a float in the parade,” said Sidlowski. “We’ll help you all we can.” Pancake Breakfast The Lions Pancake Breakfast also will take place that morning from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Three Lakes High School cafeteria, located at the end of West School Street. Visitors from out of town can follow the signs at each street intersection that will direct them right to the door. All-you-can-eat pancakes and sausage, along with orange juice, milk and coffee, will cost $6 for adults and $4 for youths 4-12. Children younger than 4 will eat free of charge. “We hope that everyone

who lives in Three Lakes, plus all of our holiday visitors to town, will come out for the breakfast,” said Lions Club Secretary Collette Sorgel. “We start bright and early, so folks can enjoy a leisurely breakfast and still have plenty of time to make it to the parade. Then we keep right on serving after the parade for those that want to make it into a brunch.” Sorgel noted that the breakfast revenue is a major source of funding for the parade. “In 2011, we served 800 breakfast meals, and this year we’re shooting for 1,000,” she said. “The costs to produce such a high-quality parade are significant, so by coming out for the breakfast, folks are guaranteeing that the Lions Fourth of July parade will always be a part of the history of our community, something that their children and grandchildren can enjoy for the next generation.”

Senior Citizen Nutrition Menu Reservations and cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance. Phone Angela Kottwitz, site manager, at (715) 490-2798.

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The annual Three Lakes Women’s Club luncheon honoring past presidents is scheduled for Wednesday, June 20, at Eagle Waters Resort in Eagle River. The event will kick off with a social at 11 a.m. followed by lunch at noon. Members who didn’t make reservations at the May meeting may do so by calling Barb Borek at (715) 546-3457 by Friday, June 15. Menu choices include ahi What’s New at the Library?

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Demmer Memorial Library recently added the following new adult fiction titles to its collection: “Redshirts” by John Scalzi, “Undead and Unstable” by Mary Janice Davidson, “The 500” by Matthew Quirk, “Cast On, Kill Off ” by Maggie Sefton, “Summer Breeze” by Nancy Thayer, “The Chaperone” by Laura Moriarty, “Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Imperative” by Eric Van Lustbader, “What Comes Next” by John Katzenbach, “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn, “Into the Darkest Corner” by Elizabeth Haynes, “Spring Fever” by

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Mary Kay Andrews, “The Soldier’s Wife“ by Joanna Trollope, “Jasmine Nights” by Julia Gregson, and “Quilt or Innocence” by Elizabeth Craig. The library will offer summer reading programs for readers of all ages from June 18 to Aug. 18. Each of the programs will offer incentive prizes throughout the summer and additional monthly prize drawings for each age group. Participants will record a listing of books and audio books they’ve read in a reading log which will be submitted for prizes. Registration will begin Monday, June 18. For more information about library programs or to request or renew books, visit the library at 6961 W. School St. in Three Lakes or contact the library at demmerlibrary.org or (715) 546-3391.

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to teach how to identify the sounds heard on a summer night in the North Woods. Registration will begin Monday, June 18. All programs are free of charge. For more information, visit the library at 6961 W. School St. in Three Lakes, find the library on Facebook, visit the website at demmerlibrary.org or call (715) 546-3391.

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Legion to host pot roast dinner The Three Lakes American Legion will host a pot roast dinner Saturday, June 23, serving from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The dinner will include pot roast with all the trimmings, coffee and dessert for a cost of $8. Bill Hassey and his orchestra will perform music starting at 7 p.m.

— July 17, Rhinelander Area Community Band; — July 24, the HandPicked Bluegrass Band; — July 31, GB’s Dance Band; and — Aug. 7, Bret & Frisk. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and make themselves comfortable. Snacks and information about the Historical Society are available each week. In the event of rain, the concerts will take place at the Three Lakes High School auditorium. A free-will offering will be taken to help defray the expenses of concert performers. For more information, contact Brian Thorstad at (715) 546-2087.

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LAND O’ LAKES

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Club grant Historical museum plans supports exhibit on local guides fishing events Land O’ Lakes Historical 6287, (312) 961-8060 or Through a grant from the Land O’ Lakes Fish & Game Club, Eagle River Elementary School students in the first- and second-grade looping class and the third- and fourth-grade multiage class participated in science-related programs. One program, led by St. Germain fishing guide Ken Jackson, included information on fish species, fishing and boater safety. He also displayed an underwater video showing a muskie swimming. Lessons on fishing continued with club representative Kathleen Kuchevar assisted by parent and high school volunteers that included casting techniques, fly fishing and types of fishing rods. Other activities were studying aquatic life and fish printing on T-shirts in a Japanese-style.

Taste of Italy to benefit LOLA Land O’ Lakes Area Artisans, Inc. (LOLA) will host a Taste of Italy fundraiser. Italian wine and appetizer samples will be at the Forest Lake Country Store Saturday, June 16, from 4 to 7 p.m. Silent Auction and Raffles will be offered, with all proceeds to benefit the LOLA Building Project. Tickets are $25 and are available at Forest Lake Country Store, Artistree, Buzz on B and from LOLA board members. For more information, call Wendy at (715) 547-3950 or visit www.lolaartswi.com.

Service planned for Peterson A memorial service will be held for Donna Nagel Peterson Saturday, June 16, at 11 a.m. at Ely Memorial UCC Church in Land O’ Lakes. Peterson, a former resident of Land O’ Lakes and Watersmeet, Mich., died Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011, in Lakeview, Ore. She was 80. A complete obituary ran in the Dec. 14, 2011, issue of the Vilas County News-Review.

Society will open a new exhibit on guides of the North Woods Thursday, June 28, at NorthernWaters Museum in Land O’ Lakes. Summer hours will be Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dr. Barbara Wilkinson is serving as researcher and Sandie Pauly is the exhibit designer. Exhibit preparations were discussed at a recent meeting. Persons who have information or artifacts for the new exhibit are asked to contact Wilkinson at (906) 5442183 or drwilks@msn.com. Information is sought concerning John Bosaki, also known as “Johnny Boo.” Docent training, co-chaired by Sudy Ferry Wattson and Bonnie Clarke, will be held Saturday, June 23, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the museum. A backup training session for people unable to make that date will be held Wednesday, June 27, at 2 p.m. at NorthernWaters Museum, preceding the opening party. Persons interested in serving as docents are asked to contact Clarke at (715) 547-

bab111@aol.com. Traditionally, docents serve in pairs for one or two days during the summer, although additional sign-ups are welcome. The society also approved plans for a gala opening party to be held Wednesday, June 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the museum to honor members, volunteers and supporters. In other matters, Wattson reported that the alarm call list at the museum has been updated and the board agreed to schedule routine pest control maintenance. Volunteer members Sue and Kip Rapp of Smoky Lake will handle interim cleaning as they have in past years and fundraising ideas and suggestions for activities were shared. The next historical society meeting is set Thursday, June 14, at 2 p.m. The meeting is open to all persons interested in preserving the stories and history of the Land O’ Lakes area. For more information on the society, contact Nehring at Trading Post Internationale at (715) 547-3525 or tradingpostint@gmail.com.

Bike tour route to pass through Land O’ Lakes As part of the GReat Annual Bicycle Adventure Along the Wisconsin River® (GRABAAWR), riders will travel through Land O’ Lakes Sunday, June 17, between 9 and 11 a.m. The ride will include a century route option for people who want an extra challenge and that route will run through Land O’ Lakes. “Land O’ Lakes will welcome the bicyclists with our usual hometown proud smiles and waves,” noted Sandy Wait of the chamber. “Cyclists will be encouraged to stop for a short rest and renew friendships made in 2011 when Land O’ Lakes

was the host community.” The town also is planning on being a GRABAAWR host community in 2013. The tour will start at the headwaters of the Wisconsin River near the border of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and will follow low-traffic roads along the 427-mile length of the river as it winds through the North Woods, central sand counties and the driftless area of Wisconsin’s dairy land. The GRABAAWR tour will include seven days of cycling, and riders will travel an average of 70 miles per day. For more information, call Wait at the chamber at (715) 547-3432.

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_____________ (Six Weeks, 5/23-6/27/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11-CV-255 ____________________________________ BMO Harris Bank N.A. as successor to M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, Plaintiff, vs. David B. Dolezal and Peggy M. Dolezal, husband and wife; River Valley Bank, Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ____________________________________ By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure made in the above-entitled action on December 30, 2011, I will sell at public auction in the Vilas County Courthouse, located at 330 Court Street, Eagle River, WI 54521, on July 5, 2012 at 2:00 p.m, all of the following described premises, to wit: A parcel of land being a part of Lots 116, 117, and 118 of the Plat of KEYSTONE PARK and located in Government Lot 1, Section 22, Township 40 North, Range 10 East, Town of Lincoln, Vilas County, Wisconsin, and being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Southeast corner of Lot 1 of said Plat of Keystone Park being marked by a concrete monument; thence South 7˚ 19' 04" West, 553.93 feet along the Easterly line of the Vacated Platted Road in said Keystone Park to an iron pipe marking the Southeast corner of said Vacated Platted Road and on the South line of Government Lot 3 of said Section 22; thence North 78Ε 45' 17" W, 1341.95 feet (N 81˚ 40' 14" West of record) along the Southerly line of said Vacated Platted Road and along the South line of said Government Lot 3 to an iron pipe on the Easterly R/W line of Yellow Birch Lake Road, a Town Road; thence Northwesterly along said Easterly R/W line 433.41 feet along the arc of a 370.00 foot radius curve to the left (chord bearing N 14˚ 44' 45" West, 409.05 feet) to an iron pipe; thence continuing along the Northeasterly R/W line of said Yellow Birch Lake Road, North 48˚ 18' 13" W, 136.70 feet, North 54˚ 26' 25" West, 138.65 feet to an iron pipe, North 58˚ 17' 51" West, 135.83 feet, North 58Ε 47' 19" West, 206.94 feet, North 54˚ 51' 03" West, 100.53 feet, North 35˚ 01' 43" West, 117.13 feet, North 34Ε 21' 49" West, 385.01 feet, North 35˚ 04' 05" West, 249.70 feet to an iron pipe, North 8˚ 26' 26" West, 204.58 feet, North 2˚57' 01" West, 54.18 feet, North 1˚ 34' 31" West, 222.72 feet to an iron pipe and North 45˚ 43' 29" East, 460.12 feet to an iron pipe and the PLACE OF BEGINNING. Thence continuing along said R/W line North 45˚ 43' 29" East, 180.00 feet and North 44˚ 47' 03" East, 158.39 feet to an iron pipe; thence leaving said R/W line S 69˚ 25' 28" E, 306.00 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 42Ε 10' 47" West, 349.35 feet to an iron pipe; thence North 66Ε 17' 51" West, 319.29 feet back to the PLACE OF BEGINNING. Tax Key No. PL 117-1 THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO ALL LEGAL ENCUMBRANCES. TERMS OF SALE: CASH or CASHIER’s CHECK (10% downpayment at sale, balance due within ten (10) days of Court approval). DATED at Eagle River, Wisconsin, on May 7, 2012. /s/ Frank Tomlanovich Sheriff of Vilas County, Wisconsin BASS & MOGLOWSKY, S.C., Attorneys for Plaintiff The above property is located at 1850 Duck Lake Drive, Eagle River, WI 54521. 854

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(One Week, 6/13/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT, VILAS COUNTY Amended Summons and Complaint Small Claims Case No. 12 SC 180 ____________________________________ Plaintiff: WILLIAM ANTHONY PETERS 38 W. FABISH DRIVE BUFFALO GROVE, ILLINOIS 60089 vs. To: Defendant(s): NATHAN HOLOUBEK 8590 WATERS EDGE LANE, UNIT 2 ST. GERMAIN, WISCONSIN 54558 If you require reasonable accomodations due to a disability to participate in the court process, please call (715) 479-3632 at least 10 working days prior to the scheduled court date. Please note that the court does not provide transportation. ____________________________________ SUMMONS ____________________________________ To the Defendant(s): You are being sued as described below. If you wish to dispute this matter: you must appear at the time and place stated,

or you must file a written answer and provide a copy to the plaintiff or plaintiff’s attorney on or before the date and time stated. When to Appear/File an Answer: 6/28/12, 1:15 p.m. Place to Appear/File an Answer: Office of Clerk of Circuit Court 330 Court Street Courthouse, Eagle River, WI If you do not appear or answer, the plaintiff may win this case and a judgment entered for what the plaintiff is asking. /s/ Nicole Fuller, Deputy Clerk 6/4/12 ____________________________________ COMPLAINT ____________________________________ Plaintiff’s Demand: The plaintiff states the following claim against the defendant(s): 1. Plaintiff demands judgment for: Claim for Money $3,850; Eviction. 2. Brief statement of dates and facts: Nathan Holoubek has not paid rent for the last 5 months, from Dec. 2011 thru April 2012. His lease is till June 30, 2012. State of Illinois, County of Cook, Subscribed and sworn to before me on 18th. /s/ Kenyita J. Rainey Notary Public My commision/term expires: 03/16/2013 I am plaintiff. /s/ William A. Peters (847) 520-0166 (847) 845-8563 5/15/2012 2088

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(One Week 6/13/12) REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR PROVIDING FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS Nicolet Area Technical College is accepting sealed proposals for the purpose of providing the District with Food Service Operations. The successful company shall furnish all labor, food, and materials necessary to provide a Café for the College. The scope of this RFP is to provide the District with revenue based on the amount of sales generated by the selected vendor. The selected vendor shall be notified by August 10, 2012. Sealed proposals, clearly marked RFP #11-0017 FOOD SERVICE and CATERING OPERATIONS, must be received by the College’s Purchasing Department, by 12:00 PM on July 20th, 2012. Submittal of proposals to NATC may be made by Hand Delivery at: 5364 College Drive Art-Tech - Room 108 Rhinelander, WI 54501 or by US Mail at: P.O. Box 518, Rhinelander, WI 54501-0518. Proposals will be opened at 2:00 p.m., July 20th, in Room 116 of the Northwoods Center, Nicolet Area Technical College, Rhinelander, WI. A non-mandatory, pre-proposal meeting and tour of the cafeteria is scheduled for Thursday, June 28, at 11:00 A.M. Questions will be addressed during this time. Please register to attend by emailing Chad Lashua, at purchasing@nicoletcollege. edu. No verbal explanation or instructions will be given in regard to the meaning of the specifications during the bid period. The District shall not be responsible for verbal instructions, except those provided during the onsite mandatory pre-proposal meeting and tour. Service Providers shall bring questions, inadequacies, omissions, or conflicts to the attention of the District. All Service Provider requests for clarification or interpretation must be received, in writing, by the Purchasing Specialist, on or before July 6, 2012, by 4:00 p.m. Prompt clarification will be provided to all Service Providers of record, by addendum, via email. For information related to the specifications, contact: Chad Lashua, Purchasing Specialist Nicolet Area Technical College P.O. Box 518 Rhinelander, WI 54501 E-mail – purchasing@nicoletcollege.edu Fax – 715.365.4445 Nicolet Area Technical College reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive any minor irregularities. Nicolet Area Technical College Elizabeth Burmaster, President 2092

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(Three Weeks, 6/6-6/20/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT, VILAS COUNTY — PROBATE — Notice Setting Time to Hear Application and Deadline for Fiing Claims (Informal Administration) Case No. 12PR29 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ROSEMARY A. THUROW PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 

1. An application for formal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth Sept. 25, 1926 and date of death April 18, 2012 was domiciled in Vilas County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 1840 Woodland Trail, Eagle River, WI 54521 3. The application will be heard at the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court St., Eagle River, WIsconsin, Probate Branch, before Dawn Halverson, Probate Registrar, on July 2, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. You do not need to appear unless you object. The application may be granted if there is no objection. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is September 14, 2012. 5. A claim may be filed at the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court St., Eagle River, Wisconsin, Probate Branch. 6. This publication is notice to any persons whose names or addresses are unknown. /s/ Dawn Halverson Probate Registrar May 29, 2012 Gerritt J. Van Wagenen P.O. Box 755 Germantown, WI 53022 (262) 255-9900 Bar No. 1010475 2076

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(Three Weeks, 6/13-6/27/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT, VILAS COUNTY — PROBATE — Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. 12-PR-30 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE M. MCGRATH, DATE OF DEATH: APRIL 12, 2012. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth April 14, 1926 and date of death April 12, 2012, was domiciled in Vilas County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 1834 Hwy. 155, St. Germain, WI 54558. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is September 21, 2012. 5. A claim may be filed at the Vilas County Courthouse, Eagle River, Wisconsin, Probate Branch. /s/ Dawn Halverson Probate Registrar May 31, 2012 John C. Houlihan Houlihan Law Firm, S.C. P.O. Box 630 Minocqua, WI 54548 (715) 356-1422 Bar No. 1016296 2087

_____________ (Three Weeks, 5/30-6/13/12) ORDINANCE NO. 2012-02 TOWN OF LINCOLN AMENDMENT TO LICENSE  ORDINANCE NO. 7-1 The town of Lincoln, Vilas County, Wisconsin, does hereby ordain as follows: Ordinance #07-1 shall be amended as follows: Replace para. 1 (a) with the following language: “No License or permit for the sale of alcohol beverages shall be issued under this section, or this ordinance, or any statute, to any person, partnership, corporation, limited liability corporation, or any other business entity, no matter how constituted or organized, who, or that, is delinquent in the payment of any sum to the town or any division of the town including, without limitation, personal property taxes, real estate taxes, or special assessments. The preceding License and permit requirements of this paragraph also apply to any lessee of a premises owned by any person, partnership, corporation, limited liability corporation, or any other business entity, no matter how constituted or organized, who, or that, is deliquent in the payment of any sum to the town or any division of the town including, without limitation, personal property taxes, real estate taxes, or special assessments.” Effect. This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as provided as law. Adopted this 24th day of May, 2012. TOWN OF LINCOLN /s/ Richard Stoegbauer, Chairman /s/ Leon Kukanich, Supervisor /s/ Bruce Richter, Supervisor /s/ James R. Croker, Supervisor /s/ Brian Uttech, Supervisor Attest: /s/ Shelly Sauvola, Clerk 2074

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TAKE A KID FISHING Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17

PUBLIC NOTICE

Sponsored by the Conover Lions Club and several area businesses.

_____________ (Three Weeks, 5/30-6/13/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11-CV-4 ____________________________________ CitiMortgage, Inc,

PUBLIC NOTICES

Sign up at 11 a.m. • Pole & Bait Furnished Lake Itsy Bitsy – Town Park, off Hwy. K East

Plaintiff,

vs. Trent Kamentz a/k/a Anatole T. Kamentz, Cheryl L. Kamentz, Marshfield Clinic, Eagle River Memorial Hospital, Inc. and United States, Defendants. ____________________________________

EVERY KID CATCHES A FISH

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on May 26, 2011 in the amount of $258,673.94 the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: TIME: July 5, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certified funds, payable to the clerk of courts (personal checks cannot and will not be accepted). The balance of the successful bid must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, cashier’s check or certified funds no later than ten days after the court’s confirmation of the sale or else the 10% down payment is forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encumbrances. PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas County Courthouse, Eagle River DESCRIPTION: Lot 12: Part of Government Lot Two (2) of Section Twenty (20), Township Forth (40) North, Range Ten (10) East, Township of Lincoln, Vilas County, Wisconsin, being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the North 1/4 corner of said Section, an iron pipe; thence N. 89° 27' 42" E. (N.89° 22' 20" E. of record) 995.22 ft., along the North line of said Section 20 to an iron pipe, the place of beginning; thence continuing N. 89° 27' 42" E. 232.24 ft., along said North line to a wood post near the West shore of the Wisconsin River; thence along said shore and the shore of a slough, S. 8° 17' E. 458.00 ft., S. 10° 01' 02" W. 404.13 ft., and S. 45° 00' E. 50.00 ft., to an iron pipe; thence S. 1° 25' 09" E. 379.28 ft., to an iron pipe on the North R/W line of County Highway "G"; thence S. 88° 34' 51" W. 220.22 ft. along said R/W line to an iron pipe; thence N. 2° 22' 09" W. (N. 2° 46' W. of record) 1270.07 ft., to the place of beginning. Including all lands lying between the meander line and the water;s edge. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 4866 County Road G Eagle River, WI 54521-9747 DATED: May 16, 2012 Gray & Associates, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff 16345 West Glendale Drive New Berlin, WI 53151-2841 (414) 224-8404 Please go to www.gray-law.com to obtain the bid for this sale. Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. If you have previously received a discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, this communication should not be construed as an attempt to hold you personally liable for the debt. 2066

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FOOD & BEVERAGE CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE ALL DAY CALLIE ROHR BENEFIT — Following the eighth annual Callie Rohr Memorial Canoe & Kayak Race, Jeff and Marcia Rohr have raised a combined total of more than $100,000 during the eight years to benefit children’s brain cancer research. The Rohrs lost their daughter, Callie, in 1999 to brain cancer. —Photo By Janet Garling

Conover Lions Club sets Take A Kid Fishing event Conover Lions Club will host Take A Kid Fishing Sunday, June 17, at the Conover Town Park, located off Highway K East. Event registration will begin at 11 a.m. Every child will be able to catch a fish in Lake Itsy Bitsy. Fishing poles and bait will be furnished by the Lions Club. The biggest fish, named Walter, will be

mounted by Lax Reproductions and given to the child who caught the fish. Food and beverages will be available throughout the day. The event will also include prizes and raffles. Local sponsors also contributed to support this event. For more information, call Vic Verdev at (715) 479-8064.

The Biggest Fish, “Walter,” will be mounted by Lax Reproductions for lasting memories!

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VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2012

ST. GERMAIN/SAYNER

WALLY GEIST (715) 892-3545

Prime-Time Dining is available at the St. Germain senior nutrition site located at Fibber’s Restaurant, 8679 Big St. Germain Drive. Meals are served Mondays and Fridays at noon. Home-delivered meals are available based on eligibility. While there is no set fee for a meal, donations will be accepted. No one will be denied service because of inability to contribute. The suggested donation is $4. For reservations, contact Verdelle Mauthe, site manager, 24 hours in advance, at (715) 542-2951.

FRIDAY, JUNE 15 Baked cod Pub fries Coleslaw Rye bread Mandarin orange cake Broasted chicken Mashed potatoes and gravy Stuffing Cranberry sauce Buttermilk biscuit Spice cookie All meals served with bread or roll, margarine.

Tournament set for United Way St. Germain will host a golf event next weekend, Saturday, June 16, when the Northwoods United Way annual golf tournament comes to St. Germain Golf Course and the par3 course at the 19th Hole. Golfers may choose 18 or nine holes at the golf course or nine holes at the 19th Hole. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. For information, call Daryl Castona at (715) 3604470 or United Way Office at (715) 369-0440.

Organizers of the Ice Cream Social event held at Cathy’s Ice Cream Shop were, from left, Cathy Clark, Lolly Rose and Leslie Hiller. The

fundraiser has been held at the ice cream shop for 14 years. —Photo By Wally Geist

Tournament, ice-cream social support Angel On My Shoulder Two events were held last weekend to benefit Angel On My Shoulder, a cancer support group that benefits those affected by cancer. The first event was a golf outing at St. Germain Golf Course that included supporting activities and the second was an ice cream social. A total of 164 golfers participated in the golf tournament held Friday, June 8, to benefit Angel On My Shoulder. Six former Green Bay Packers also were in attendance to support the organization. The two-day event includ-

ed a parade and party in Eagle River at The Penalty Box, breakfast with the Packers at Wolf Pack Café in St. Germain and the golf outing. “I want to thank the community for making this golf outing spectacular,” said Lolly Rose, Angel On My Shoulder director. “This community has been tremendously supportive of people with cancer and I am beyond grateful for their help and all they’ve done for Angel On My Shoulder.” Margo Rogers-Anderson, golf pro at St. Germain’s course, said, “The golfing

today, even with the rainy start to the day, was perfect and all the volunteers helped make the day one to remember.” The weekend culminated with the 14th annual icecream social Sunday at Cathy’s Ice Cream Shop in St. Germain. The event included a miniature golf course as well as a dunk tank. “St. Germain has made this a wonderful weekend for Angel. The turnout and support of the golf outing, and the support of the ice-cream social have been beyond wonderful,” concluded Rose.

Rummage sale set June 16 A communitywide rummage sale will be held Saturday, June 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., sponsored by St. Germain Chamber of Commerce. The chamber will provide information and booklets with directions on how to find each sale site and a description of the items for sale. The booklets may be obtained at the chamber office beginning at 8 a.m., June 16. The complete listing of sites will be available online June 15 after 3 p.m. at st-germain.com/events. For more information, call the chamber at (715) 4772205.

Elementary school students recently participated in a contest to name the new ice cream shop, Fudd’s Big Dipper. Celebrating the chosen name at the shop were, front row from left,

contest winners Zach Raatz and Grace Weber, and owner Kaye Manthei; back row, owner Marti Albee and Zac Gholston. —Contributed Photo

Fudd’s Big Dipper sets grand opening A grand opening will be held Saturday, June 16, for the new ice cream shop, Fudd’s Big Dipper, in St. Germain. The event will include a live WRJO 94.5-FM broadcast from 2 to 4 p.m., along with prize drawings. In addition, 50 cents from each purchase will be donated to the St. Germain fireworks fund. Owners Alan and Marti Albee and Rob and Kaye Manthei wanted to include

area children in naming the shop, so they held a contest for school students. The name was chosen from submissions from Zach Raatz who came up with “Fudd’s” and Grace Weber came up with “Big Dipper.” Each student that submitted a name suggestion received a certificate for a free ice cream treat, and the winner received a $50 gift certificate for the ice cream shop.

Students were presented their awards during the last Color Day at St. Germain Elementary School. Open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., the shop will serve standard ice cream treats, along with fat-free, sugarfree, dairy-free and glutenfree products. They also will serve sandwiches. For more information, call Jenni Raatz, account manager, at (715) 477-0077.

Young students study pond life Four-year-olds enrolled in the Northland Pines School District 4K program gathered at St. Germain Elementary School recently for their annual picnic and trip to the school’s pond.

Teachers assisted the children in catching frogs, tad-

Plum Ski-ters to kick off 2012 water-ski season The Plum Ski-ters Water Ski Show Team will perform free water-ski shows Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 p.m. beginning June 16 and running through Aug. 11, and at 6:30 p.m. from Aug. 15 through Sept. 1 on Plum Lake. The show site is located at Statehouse Point boat landing on Razorback Road off Highway N in Sayner. For more information, visit plumskiter.org or call (715) 6123027.

Womans club plans luncheon Members of the Women's Service Club in St. Germain will meet Tuesday, June 19, at noon for a luncheon meeting at Sayner Pub. Following the luncheon, the group will tour through the Vilas Historical Museum in Sayner. All members and guests are welcome. For more information, call Sharon Trudeau at (715) 4772308.

“The pond is a joint project of the Wisconsin DNR and the school district, so our students can learn about pond life and develop a healthy inquisitive attitude toward living creatures in the wild,” said teacher Charlie DePuydt. “Whatever we find as we explore, we will not hurt. We will look at it, touch it, watch it and put it back into the pond,” explained DePuydt. “The pond is 12 feet deep in places, so we always want you to be with your grownup. They will help you with nets and jars, so that everyone has a chance to explore life in the pond.”

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Students honored during Color Day

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St. Germain Elementary School held its final Color Day celebration for the school year recognizing student academic achievement and positive interactions through the presentation of awards. Teacher Holly Geiger gave third-grade Rocket Math Awards, Shelley Peterson presented the athletic achievement awards and Joe Misina was recognized with the fourth-grade Citizenship Award. Principal Scott Foster presented quarterly attendance awards and recognized Lizzy Gauthier, Kinsey Kneff and A.J. Muench for perfect attendance throughout the year. “Sometimes you may not feel like going to school,” said Foster. “But, if you aren’t here, we can’t help you learn, and being here is the one thing you can do to increase your success in learning.” Firefighter Glenn Svetnika and Fire Chief Clark presented the October Fire Poster contest winners. Brady Maines received a first-place award and Kelty Kneff and Gabe Smith received second-place awards. Jenni Raatz of Fudd’s Big

Dipper ice cream shop presented a $50 gift certificate to Grace Weber for her winning entry for the shop’s name. Hot Reads, a reading program begun by St. Germain Fire and Rescue, resulted in students reading for more than 128,000 minutes. The top five readers in the Hot Reads program for each grade were presented a medal in honor of their achievement. David Weber of Camp’s Northwoods SuperValu presented backpacks to the winners of the Kindness Counts program. Receiving backpacks were Sami Huelskamp, Sam Johnson, Kiera Neff, Cassie Burns, Gavin Sizemore and Griffin Stiemke. Teacher Mark Deditz presented certificates of appreciation to students helping with the fourth-grade recycling project. Also recognized was Maxine Wallace, a school aide, for her years of service. “Mrs. Wallace is one of the people who you can’t do without because she keeps teachers and students supplied with the material and copies they need to continue the education program,” said Foster.

Plum Lake Library lists upcoming June programs The Plum Lake Public Library has announced its summer hours for Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m,; and Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Summer programs will feature Dream Big activities and will begin Thursday, June 21, at 1 p.m. featuring hot air balloons, dream catchers and more. Children will create their own hot air balloon, along with other crafts, to help prepare the library for the summer events. Preregistration is preferred. Judy Ruch will present a program, Clean Boats, Clean

Waters June 21, at 7 p.m. She will present information on the volunteer program designed to protect and preserve North Woods lakes. Summer programs will continue Thursday, June 28, with Cupcake Wars at 1 p.m. Participants will decorate a cupcake based on their favorite storybook character. Preregistration is required, and all materials will be supplied. Awards will be presented to both children and adults. All programs will be free of charge and open to the public. For more information, call the library at (715) 5422020.

Lions to hold benefit dinner Members of the Sayner Star Lake Lions Club will be holding their sixth annual fundraiser dinner this year at Vinches Hillside Wednesday, June 20. Funds raised will support Lions Club charities in the community along with their worldwide endeavors. “The annual fundraiser has a new location and new menu,” noted Lion Gary Schmidt, committee event chairman. “For the event, Jim and Nancy of Vinches Hillside will be providing a menu that includes ribs and shrimp for adults, and a pasta and meatball dinner for children is available.” “We will have many fun raffle activities ongoing dur-

ing the evening with great prizes,” he added. Tickets will be available at the door, at Sayner Mobil, Up North Traders and from any Lions Club member. Tickets are $15 per person or $10 for children ages 10 and younger. Those purchasing tickets in advance will be entered in a additional prize drawing. A wide variety of local programs are supported by the club, including youth programs, environmental projects and town events. For more information, contact President James Krieck at (715) 542-3885 or topbuns2000@yahoo.com

To the people of St. Germain and friends of Dave Tikalsky (Angry Dave’s) We wish to thank everybody for the wonderful memorial that you provided Saturday, June 9, at the Community Center. The pastor, who was a new friend of Dave’s; our children, Lee Ann, Jim; grandchildren, Rebecca and Vanessa; nephews, Jeff and Fred Kriwanek; and Dave’s chef, Beverly, and bartender, Marc. And a special thanks to the Lions Club for their involvement. It was all astounding. You people certainly are a special group of people and I now understand why he loved it so much up north, as we mid-staters say. The food was delicious and, oh my, the desserts! The whole afternoon was special, from the service, the singers and all. He would have appreciated the music and singing after the meal, also. Thank you again, from the bottom of our hearts. 3470

Lee and Marilyn and Family

ALMA-MOON PROTECTION & REHABILITATION DISTRICT PUBLIC NOTICE OF – PROPOSED BUDGET FOR OPERATING YEAR 2012-2013

Northland Pines School District 4K students gathered in St. Germain for a picnic in the park and a trip to the pond. The students were able to catch aquatic life in small nets and jars in shallow areas of the pond. —Contributed Photo

poles, snakes and turtles. Parents and grandparents also supported the activity

and provided additional security for the children in the pond area.

2011-2012 BUDGET REVENUES TAXES MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE CASH BALANCE APPLIED TOTAL REVENUES & CASH BALANCE APPLIED

2012-2013 PROPOSED BUDGET

BUDGET BUDGET CHANGE CHANGE $ %

$4,200.00 850.00 – 5,050.00

$4,550.00 850.00 – 5,400.00

350.00 – – 350.00

8.3% 0.0% 0.0% 6.9%

EXPENDITURES GENERAL GOVERNMENT CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$3,050.00 2,000.00 5,050.00

$3,400.00 2,000.00 5,400.00

350.00 – 350.00

11.5% 0.0% 6.9%

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2012

VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS

PUBLIC NOTICES _____________ (Three Weeks, 6/6-6/20/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case Number: 10 CV 322 ____________________________________ BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., AS SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P., Plaintiff, vs. DARCY A. SMART, et al., Defendant(s). ____________________________________ AMENDED NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on November 15, 2011, in the amount of $133,194.62 the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: TIME: July 5, 2012 at 02:00 PM TERMS: 1.) 10% down in cash or money order at the time of sale; balance due within 10 days of confirmation of sale; failure to pay balance due will result in forfeit of deposit to plaintiff. 2.) Sold “as is” and subject to all legal liens and encumbrances. PLACE: at 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521 DESCRIPTION: A parcel of land in the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4, Section 13, Township 39 North, Range 10 East, Lincoln Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Section corner common to Sections 13, 18, 19 and 24, marked by an iron pipe, witnessed by an 18" Norway Pine bearing North 64° East, 23.1 feet and a spike in a 20" Norway Pine bearing North 47° West, 74.8 feet; thence North 55°10'19" West (solar bearing), 48.95 feet to a 2" iron pipe where the Westerly rightof-way line of Saltzberry Road intersects the Northerly right-of-way line of O`Neil Road; thence North 3°20'46" West, 616.96 feet along said Westerly right-of-way line of Saltzberry Road to the place of beginning, marked by a 1" iron pipe where said right-of-way line of Saltzberry Road intersect the Northerly right-of-way line of the private road; thence along said right-ofway line of the private road South 86°39`14" West, 279.84 feet to a 2" iron pipe, North 8°39'01" West, 215.10 feet to a 2" iron pipe and North 50°31`39" West, 38.94 feet to a 1" iron pipe; thence North 84°19'25" East, 328.56 feet to a 1" iron pipe on the Westerly right-of way line of Saltzberry Road; thence South 3°20`46" East, 254.00 feet along said Westerly rightof-way line of Saltzberry Road to the place of beginning. Private Road a 1/9th interest in the following: A parcel of land in the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4, Section 13, Township 39 North, Range 10 East, Lincoln Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Section corner common to Sections 13, 18, 19 and 24, marked by an iron pipe, witnessed by an 18" Norway Pine bearing North 64° East, 23.1 feet and a spike in a 20" Norway Pine bearing North 47° West, 74.8 feet; thence North 55°10'19" West, 48.95 feet to a 2" iron pipe where the Westerly right-of-way line of Saltzberry Road intersects the Northerly right-of-way line of O’Neil Road; thence North 3°20'46" West, 550.96 feet along said Westerly right-of-way line of Saltzberry Road to the place of beginning, marked by a 1" iron pipe where the Westerly right-ofway line of Saltzberry Road intersect the Southerly right-of-way line of said private road; thence continuing North 3°20'46" West, 66.00 feet along said Westerly rightof-way line of Saltzberry Road to a 1" iron pipe where the Northerly right-of-way line of said private road intersects said Westerly right-of-way line of Saltzberry Road; thence South 86°39'14" West, 279.84 feet along said right-of-way line of the private road to a 2" iron pipe; thence continuing along said right-of-way line North 8°39'01", 215.10 feet to a 2" iron pipe and North 50°31'39" West, 315.84 feet to a 2" iron pipe; thence 242.08 feet along the arc of a curve concave Southeasterly whose chord bears South 39°28'21" West, 66.00 feet to a 2" iron pipe; thence along the right-of-way line of said private road South 50°31'39" East, 224.38 feet to a 1" iron pipe, South 43°55'36" West, 117.97 feet to a 2" iron pipe and South 73°28'59" West, 226.59 feet to a 2" iron pipe; thence 242.08 feet along the arc of a curve concave Northeasterly whose chord bears South 16°31'01" East, 66.00 feet to a 2" iron pipe; thence along the right-of-way of said private road North 73°28'59" East, 244.00 feet to a 2" iron pipe, North 43°55`36" East, 140.52 feet to a 2" iron pipe, South 8°39'01" East, 250.00 feet to a 2" iron pipe and North 86°39'14" East, 340.00 feet to the place of beginning. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 153 Saltzberry Road, Eagle River, WI 54521 TAX KEY NO.: 14-526-09 Dustin A. McMahon State Bar # 1086857 Blommer Peterman, S.C. 165 Bishops Way, Suite 100 Brookfield, WI 53005 262-790-5719 Please go to www.blommerpeterman .com to obtain the bid for this sale. Blommer Peterman, S.C. is the creditor's attorney and is attempting to collect a debt on its behalf. Any information obtained will be used for the purpose. 289104 2084

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(Six Weeks, 5/9-6/13/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11CV331 ____________________________________ TIME FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, vs. DONALD J. PANKRATZ and INTEGRITY FIRST BANK, Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on April 17, 2012 in the amount of $140,713.24, the Sheriff or his assignee will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: DATE AND TIME: June 28, 2012, at 2:00 p.m. TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of the successful bid must be paid to the

Clerk of Courts Office at the time of the sale in cash, cashier’s check, money order, or certified funds, payable to the Clerk of Courts office. Personal checks cannot and will not be accepted. The balance of the successful bid must be paid to the Clerk of Courts office in cash, cashier’s check, money order, or certified funds, no later than ten days after the court’s confirmation of the sale or else the 10% down payment is forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold “as is”, is not available for viewing, and subject to all liens, encumbrances, and unpaid real estate taxes. PLACE: Front steps of the Main Entrance of the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wisconsin DESCRIPTION: A parcel of land in Government Lot 2, Section 27, Township 40 North, Range 10 East, Lincoln Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin, and being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the West 1/4 corner of said Section 27; thence S 1˚ 56' E along the West line of said Section 27 a distance of 52.0 feet to an iron pipe; thence N 88˚ 04' E a distance of 100.00 feet to an iron pipe; thence N 4˚ 26' E a distance of 55.53 feet to an iron pipe; thence N 63˚ 40' E a distance of 121.12 feet to an iron pipe and the place of beginning; thence continuing N 63˚ 40' E a distance of 85.0 feet to an iron pipe; thence S 25˚ 18' E a distance of 160.55 feet to the centerline of the Town Road; thence S 64˚ 32' W along said centerline a distance of 81.51 feet; thence N 26˚ 32' W a distance of 159.29 feet to an iron pipe and the place of beginning. EXCEPTING THEREFROM the Town Road right-of-way as now in use; GRANTING ALSO a perpetual easement to use for recreational purposes and to moor a boat on a parcel of land on the shore of Yellow Birch Lake, being 50 feet in width. AND GRANTING ALSO a perpetual easement over a roadway connecting this parcel of lake shore to the Public Highway. The centerline of said roadway terminating at the center of said parcel of land on the shore of Yellow Birch Lake and being described as follows: Commencing at the West 1/4 corner of said Section 27; thence proceed S 1˚ 56' E, 52.0 feet, N 88˚ 04' E, 100.0 feet and S 1˚ 56' E, 123.17 feet to the centerline of the Town Road; thence following said centerline in an Easterly and Northerly direction a distance of 1076.68 feet to the place of beginning; thence N 79˚ 10' W a distance of 209 feet and N 50˚ 04' W a distance of 280 feet to the water’s edge on Yellow Birch Lake. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1443 Silver Lake Road TAX PARCEL NUMBER: GL 2-18 (Computer No. 14-1198) ATTORNEY INFO: Jensen, Scott, Grunewald & Shiffler, S.C., Attorney Corliss V. Jensen, 128 W. Division St., P.O. Box 426, Medford, WI 54451; phone 715-748-2211. Dated: April 23rd, 2012. /s/ Frank Tomlanovich Vilas County Sheriff ATTORNEY CORLISS V. JENSEN JENSEN, SCOTT, GRUNEWALD & SHIFFLER, S.C. Attorneys for the Plaintiff 128 W. Division Street, P.O. Box 426 Medford, WI 54451 715-748-2211 THIS IS AN EFFORT TO COLLECT A DEBT;  ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. Sales are subject to cancellation at any time without notice. 954

munication should not be construed as an attempt to hold you personally liable for the debt. 2077

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(Three Weeks, 5/30-6/13/12) ORDINANCE NO. 2012-03 TOWN OF LINCOLN AMENDMENT TO LICENSE  ORDINANCE NO. 98-04 The town of Lincoln, Vilas County, Wisconsin, does hereby ordain as follows: 

Ordinance #98-04 shall be amended as follows: Replace the first sentence in the second full paragraph which reads as follows: “It shall be unlawful in any public place holding either a ‘Class B’ intoxicating liquor license or permit or a ‘Class B’ fermented malt beverage license to have or allow nudity.” With: “It shall be unlawful for any person holding any class of license or permit to sell alcohol beverages in any public place with-

in the Town of Lincoln, to have or allow nudity in or on the premises. For purposes of this section, ‘person’ shall include an individual, partnership, corporation, limited liability corporation, or any other business entity, no matter how constituted or organized. Effect. This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as provided as law. Adopted this 24th day of May, 2012. TOWN OF LINCOLN /s/ Richard Stoegbauer, Chairman

/s/ Leon Kukanich, Supervisor /s/ Bruce Richter, Supervisor /s/ James R. Croker, Supervisor /s/ Brian Uttech, Supervisor Attest: /s/ Shelly Sauvola, Clerk 2075

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(Three Weeks, 6/6-6/20/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 12-CV-37 ____________________________________ Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.,

Plaintiff, vs. Lisa M. Wittig, Jarrett Wittig and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A, Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on March 16, 2012 in the amount of $315,740.91 the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: TIME: July 5, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff at the sale in cash, cashier's check or certified funds, payable to the clerk of courts (personal checks cannot and will not be accepted). The balance of the successful bid must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, cashier’s check or certified funds no later than ten days after the court’s confirmation of the sale or else the 10% down payment is forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encumbrances. PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas County Courthouse, Eagle River DESCRIPTION: A Parcel of land in Lot 4, Block 1, of the Assessor's Plat of Boulder Junction, in Government Lot 1, Section 20, Township 42 North, Range 7 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Boulder Junction Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin, described as follows: Beginning at an iron pipe marking the Southeast Corner of Lot 7 in Block 1 of said Assessor's Plat; thence N 71° 02' W along the South line of Lot 7 a distance of 185.00 feet to an iron pipe; thence S 32° 14' W, a distance of 94.3 feet to an iron pipe on the North line of Lot 11 of Assessor's Plat; thence S 71° 02' E along the North line of Lot 11 and 8 a distance of 206.6 feet to an iron pipe on the West right-of-way line of County Highway “M”; thence N 18° 58' E along said right-of-way line a distance of 91.6 feet to the place of beginning. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 5457 Park St Boulder Junction, WI 54512-9618 DATED: May 10, 2012 Gray & Associates, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff 16345 West Glendale Drive New Berlin, WI 53151-2841 (414) 224-8404 Please go to www.gray-law.com to obtain the bid the bid for this sale Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. If you have previously received a discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, this com-

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