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Annual craft fest set at fairgrounds Watermelon Days Craft & Gift Fest 2012 will be held at the Vilas County Fairgrounds in Eagle River Saturday and Sunday, July 7-8. The free craft fair from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. will feature more than 100 vendors. Artisans from throughout the Midwest will demonstrate, exhibit and sell the newest in folk art, country and fine crafts. There also will be items for decorating inside and outside the home, cottage or summer home. Wearable art, floral
items, jewelry and gifts also will be showcased. There will be free family entertainment both days. The trademark of Watermelon Days is free watermelon. Show coordinators will give away free watermelon slices for both days of the event or for as long as the watermelons last. There will be food and refreshments available, along with picnic-table seating. On-premises parking will benefit the Eagle River Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Taste of Conover set this Sunday The Conover Chamber of Commerce will sponsor its sixth annual Taste of Conover this Sunday, July 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Conover Park Pavilion, located on Highway K East. Area businesses will provide a taste of some of their specialty food items. Each vendor will have food items available in $1
FARMERS MARKET — The Eagle River Farmers Market is a popular place each Wednesday, as visitors stop along Highway 45 North in Eagle River to shop for a variety of items, including fruits and vegetables, plants, dairy products, wood crafts, small animals and meat. Some of the scenes from the Farmers Market last week included: above, shopping for fresh vegetables; right, putting up a sign to attract customers; and below, hoping to take a rabbit home for a pet. The Farmers Market is open from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. —Staff Photos By DALLAS PULVER
Antique show planned in Eagle River July 7-8 The 20th annual Eagle River Holiday Antique Extravaganza Show & Sale will be Saturday, July 7 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, July 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Northland Pines High School. The school is located at 1800 Pleasure Island Road off Highway 45 North, and will be air-conditioned. More than 50 dealers from across the Midwest will present quality and diversity in the show. Items offered for sale will include furniture, jewelry, clocks, china, lodge and fishing items, mounts, advertising, silverware, folk art and primitives, Indian artifacts, pottery, glassware,
Reflections By Mary Friedel-Hunt
Slowing time down Yes, it is gone. I am talking about the month of June. Most of us are scratching our heads wondering where this month went. It seemed to disappear like a flash of lightning in the night sky — it comes and then it’s gone. And it won’t be long before we are saying this about the entire year. So why does time seem to go so quickly especially as we age? According to Ronald Riggio (Psychology Today), the early years are full of firsttime events: your first date, the birth of your first child, first big vacation, etc. First occasions are novel events and we tend to make more detailed and lasting memories of those first times. When we repeat the event, year after year, it is less likely to make a unique or lasting impression. We can observe the same phenomenon in a shorter space of time. For instance, the first couple of days of your two-week vacation seem long and leisurely, and the time goes slowly. You’re thankful that you have two long weeks of this. But, the next thing you know, it’s almost over and you are heading home! The key to slowing down the pace of life (at least psychologically): As much as possible, take advantage of new and unique experiences. When we go to the same places and do the same things, we don’t make distinct memories and time seems to fly by. So, if we want to see our lives pass more slowly, the key (according to Riggio) is to continually include first occasions which translated for adults would mean learning new skills, taking trips to new places, meeting new people, adding more exciting and new events to our schedules and more. Doing these things has a greater advantage, however. Including the new in our lives adds growth and keeps our brains from closing down. Doing this makes life more exciting and gives us meaning and purpose. These additions to our lives as we age do not have to be costly. They can be as simple as sitting at the edge of a river we have never seen before. They can be To FRIEDEL-HUNT, Pg. 3B
increments. Dollar tickets may be purchased at the entrance. The event will feature musical entertainment, a bounce house and a dunk tank. Proceeds will benefit the John Mark Price Scholarship Fund. For more information, call Sharon Olander at (715) 4795757.
stoneware, dolls, baskets, postcards, banks and holiday items. Professional dealers from across the Midwest will be on hand to discuss items and buy or trade. In addition, Mary Lou Gates will be onsite offering crystal and china repair services while participants wait. Food will be served by members of the youth group of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church. A $4.50 admission fee will allow individuals to attend all three days. Children younger than 16 will be admitted free. Free parking is available behind the school. For more information, call Steve Bina at (608) 385-3598.
Adopted sisters reunite in Eagle River Editor’s note: The following is the story of two sisters who met for the first time in 62 years. They were both born in Eagle River and were separated in 1950, each adopted to separate families. Through ancestry.com, Lin Smith located her sister, Cherly Spade, last September and recently made that longawaited return trip to Eagle River to meet her sister. Her story follows.
___________ BY LIN SMITH SPECIAL TO THE NEWS-REVIEW
There are many types of journeys that people take in a lifetime, but few are as exciting or as fulfilling as a journey of discovery. The unknown factors which come to light in such a journey are incredibly tantalizing to one’s senses. The journey of discovery will most certainly awaken new and often raw emotions. At least that is how my own personal journey of discovery has affected me. At 2 years of age I was adopted; the story goes that I had been abandoned by my parents. I was found sitting on the doorstep, not of someone else’s home or a church, but at my own home. The local sheriff picked me up and took me to safety until arrangements could be made for my care. The couple who adopted me spent a couple of weeks fishing at a nearby resort every summer. They heard the story of my plight and it touched their hearts. They
Cheryl Spade, left, of Eagle River, met her sister, Lin Smith, right, of Goldendale, Wash., after
decided a green-eyed, curlyhaired little girl would be a nice addition to their lives and so I came to live with them. My journey through childhood was fairly normal and uneventful. Fast-forward to age 18 and my new journey as an adult. This journey was much more colorful and eventful, sadly not always with the best results, but I truly believe that “whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” as the saying goes.
they were separated in 1950, each adopted to separate families. —Contributed Photo
I had always known I was adopted, but not many details were ever shared because of the unsavory circumstances from which I had been rescued. So now, on my own, I began my journey of discovery. Upon trying to enlist the services of an attorney to help me, the door was quickly and firmly slammed shut. Adoption records were sealed in my home state and I needed written permission from my birth parents to have them
unsealed. I didn’t have a clue who they were and no one I knew was talking — end of story. Well, not quite. I did not have the resources or expertise to launch a manhunt to find anyone from my past — Oprah Winfrey, Maury Povich and Montel Williams were not even around yet to help me. Although at 18 it seemed I had hit a dead end, my curiosity was never To SISTERS, Pg. 4B
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ON CAMPUS DE PERE — Five area students were named to the dean’s list at St. Norbert College for the spring 2012 semester. They were Cathryn Sawalski of Conover; Elena Beihoff and Ben Lucareli of Eagle River; and Amy Levandoski and Colleen Stephens of Three Lakes. EAU CLAIRE — Four area students received degrees from UW-Eau Claire in a graduation ceremony held Saturday, May 19, 2012. Sarah Breyer received a bachelor’s degree in marketing and Kristina Sarnicki received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, both of Eagle River; Kelsey Patterson of Sayner received a bachelor’s degree in history; and Sean Potter of St. Germain received a bachelor’s degree in psychology. KENOSHA — Two area students were named to Carthage College’s spring 2012 dean’s list. They were Haley Mohr and Taylor Ridderbusch, both of Eagle River. MADISON — Seven area students were named to the UW-Madison dean’s list for the spring 2012 semester. They were Andrew Schoff and Steven Strauss of Eagle River, Christopher DeLong and Clare Frederick of Land O’ Lakes, Taylor Arnold of Sayner, Peter Gilbert of St. Germain and Joshua Welch of Three Lakes. M I LWAU K E E — M a t t Plank of Eagle River received a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Marquette University in a spring commencement ceremony. STEVENS POINT — UWStevens Point held its spring commencement ceremonies at which nine area students received degrees. They were Christine Waas of Eagle River receiving a bachelor’s in wildlife ecology-research and management; Julia Weber of Eagle River receiving a bachelor of clinical laboratory science-medical technology; Joshua Rogers of Conover with a bachelor’s in biology; Amanda Miller of Three Lakes with a bachelor’s in
communicative disorders; Paige Roland of Three Lakes with a bachelor’s of psychology-human services; Laura Wipperman of Three Lakes with a master’s of education; Marcus Kral of Sugar Camp with a bachelor’s in elementary education; Amber Evenson of Phelps with a bachelor’s in social science; and Kathlyn Ogden of Phelps with a bachelor’s degree in English. Seventeen area students were also named to UWStevens Point’s honors lists for the spring 2012 semester. They were Rober Doerr, Leigh Grebner, Loren Nelson, Luke Nesper, Jessica Waas and Julia Weber, all of Eagle River; Jamie Tidball of Conover; Mary DeLong and Taylor Haynes of Land O’ Lakes; Courtney Harvey and Tricia Frank of St. Germain; Marissa Harfert of Sayner; and Sarah Javenkoski, Amanda Miller, Gretchen Peterson, Paige Roland and Brianna Schmidt, all of Three Lakes. SUPERIOR — Holly Gholston of St. Germain was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2012 semester at UW-Superior. WHITEWATER — Teagan Ratliff of Three Lakes and Charsei Riedy of Land O’ Lakes were named to the UW-Whitewater dean’s list for the spring 2012 semester. AMES, IOWA Eric Magayne of Eagle River graduated from Iowa State University in spring 2012 commencement ceremonies with a master of engineering degree in industrial and manufacturing systems. BRUNSWICK, MAINE — Michael Mort of Land O’ Lakes received a bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College Saturday, May 26, 2012, with a major in government and legal studies and a minor in history. BIG RAPIDS, MICH. — Tim Holperin of Eagle River was named to the Ferris State University dean’s list for the spring of 2012 semester. HANCOCK, MICH. — In a spring commencement cer-
WITH THE COLORS Sgt. Lacey E. Spiess is a 2006 graduate of Northland Pines High School currently serving a 10m o n t h deployment i n SPIESS Afghanistan with the 25th Transportation Company as a gunner in a mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle. Spiess joined the Wisconsin Army National Guard June 23, 2005, and graduated from basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. in October 2006. She graduated from advanced individual training
at Fort Bliss, Texas in December 2006, becoming an active-duty member of the U.S. Army when stationed in Germany in April 2007. Spiess was deployed to Iraq for 15 months in October 2007 as a gunner. In April 2009, Spiess was stationed at Fort Eustis, Va. with the 169th Seaport Operations Company and deployed back to Iraq in November of that year for 12 months. During her second tour, Spiess served as a database administrator for a central receiving and shipping yard. Upon returning from Afghanistan in October Spiess will be stationed at the Schofield Barracks in Oahu, Hawaii.
emony at Finlandia University, Jonathon Rulseh of Three Lakes received an associate degree which qualifies him as a physical therapist assistant. MARQUETTE, MICH. — Four area students were named to the dean’s list for the 2012 winter semester at
Northern Michigan University. They were Nicholas Athens, Beatty Nelson and Evan Weber, all of Eagle River; and William Decker of Phelps. ST. PAUL, MINN. — Caitlyn Hook of Eagle River was named to the dean’s list at the College of Visual Arts for
the spring 2012 semester. CLEVELAND, OHIO — Eva Zimpelmann of Eagle River received a bachelor of science degree in nursing, graduating with honors and distinction from Case Western Reserve University. She is employed as a neonatal intensive care nurse at Rain-
bow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland. D AV I D S O N , N . C . — James Mietus of Eagle River graduated magna cum laude with honors from Davidson College in a commencement ceremony held Sunday, May 20, 2012, with a bachelor’s degree in history.
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Area veteran honored with burial at Arlington National Cemetery It was William Koski’s final wish to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery and, as a Purple Heart and Bronze Star decorated veteran of World War II, he had more than earned his right to be laid to rest in the nation’s most hallowed ground. Koski, born in 1923, was a lifelong resident of the shores of Smokey Lake, just east of Phelps. His service was held May 11, 2012. He served the U.S. Army from 1942-’45 and spent a large portion of his time as an airplane and engine mechanic in the Southwest Pacific Theater. His service included work on the glider planes of the Army Air Corps that were assembled with fabric-covered wings. Koski’s unit cleared and established runways and got the glider planes up and running as the sites were expanding for larger units and planes to come in. On several occasions they were ahead of the U.S. front lines and served as protection on the tank outfits. Koski was wounded in April of 1944 and carried shrapnel from that incident for the remainder of his life. Like many veterans, pieces of his wartime service never left him. Eventually, Koski was discharged with the rank of Tech 3. His love of the United States and democracy, combined with his sense of camaraderie, played a large role in his wish to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Koski’s wife, Joyce,
Manito Art League offers workshops in painting Manito Art League (MAL) offers art workshops monthly free to members and $10 for nonmembers. The workshops are instructed by members and guest artists. MAL meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month at the Manitowish Waters Community Center located on Highway 51. People wanting to attend workshops should call ahead to reserve space. Wo r k s h o p s i n c l u d e : Improving Drawing Skills, Wednesday, July 11, 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Contact David Kapszukiewicz to register for the workshop at (920) 213-
0090 or dave@kapsfineart. com; and Loosen Up with Watercolors, Wednesday, Aug. 1, 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. To register, contact Joan Stephens at (715) 358-4008 or joan. email@example.com. Other events include an art exhibit and sale, July 19 22, and a patrons preview night and reception Wednesday, July 18, from 5 to 8 p.m. for patrons, artists, members and scholarship recipients. MAL membership dues are now $25 for an individual, $35 for a family and minimum patron donation is now $50.
Local veteran William Koski of Phelps recently was honored with a burial service at Arlington National Cemetery. Koski made it
knew this was his wish and ensured it happened. “From the preservice meeting with the coordinator and Army chaplain until after the burial, the Arlington military staff was outstanding,” said Koski’s grandson, Josh Olivotti. “Respect, dignity and honor could be felt by all present, and the crispness within all words and actions were impressive beyond descrip-
clear to his family his wishes to be buried among the nation’s military heroes. —Contributed Photos
tion.” Seventeen service members performed the service, including the casket team, firing squad, chaplain, coordinator and Lady of Arlington. “While the service was brief, it was one of the most impressive ceremonies any American can witness,” said Olivotti. “The heartfelt words of the Army chaplain and the personal message
Koski served the U.S. Army during World War II as an airplane and engine mechanic from 1942-’45.
and handwritten note presented by the Lady of Arlington are what truly personalized the service for the family.” The casket team performed the flag-folding ceremony and presented the flag to Koski’s youngest daughter, Molly. Koski was laid to rest in Section 36, Plot 503, among others who have served the nation.
learning how to paint with inexpensive paints or taking a photo with a camera that costs very little. The cover photograph of my July issue of Voice of the River Valley was taken by my photographer, a fantastic and skilled professional, who was using a Brownie camera that was sold for $6.50 back in the 1950s. He was attempting to show people how they do not need to spend a great deal of money in order to take excellent photos. I will get that photo and the explanation up on my website next week. Think about your life and
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how routine it can or has become if we do not freshen it up with exciting new interests. Not only do the days tend to get lost in time like coins falling from our pockets into the sofa, but meaning and purpose seem to become less important. Something to think about as you sit by that river. 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.
Wildlife center offers free summer programs Northwoods Wildlife Center in Minocqua will hold a series of programs throughout the summer in the center’s education room. While there will be no charge for the program, freewill donations are welcome to help cover costs. A weekly children’s story time and craft is held each Tuesday from 9 to 9:30 a.m. through Aug. 28.
On Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. programs are offered for adults and children. The July programs are bat ecology, July 3; birds of prey, July 4 and 18; tree identification, July 10; turtles, July 11 and 25; loon ecology, July 17; black bear ecology, July 24; and wolf ecology, July 31. For more information, call (715) 356-7400
A shadow box at the ceremony displayed Koski’s medals and awards, including the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
Discovery Center to present Wine in the Woods North Lakeland Discovery Center will present the third annual Wine in the Woods in Manitowish Waters Friday, July 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. Attendees may spin the party wheel and enter the wine cork raffle. Paired wine and cheeses with a gourmet barbecue will be offered. Live music by Chuck and Sandi, an acoustic duo from Minneapolis, Minn., will entertain through the evening of live and silent auctions. Volunteer event organiz-
ers Tom Joseph and Marilyn Gabert started the event in 2010. “The combination of food, wine, live music and prizes are four of my favorite things. How can we not have a great time! It was so much fun we just had to do it again,” said Gabert in reference to re-creating the event. The annual fundraiser supports the center’s mission to enrich lives and inspire an ethic of care for the North Woods through the facilitation of connections among people, nature and communi-
BLUES CONCERT — The Three Lakes Center for the Arts will present the Chicago-style blues band, Otis and the Alligators, this Saturday, June 30, at 8 p.m. The dance floor will be open and
ty. This mission is carried out through community programs, citizen- and studentbased monitoring and research, youth environmental education, group adventures, open-access trail system and an outdoor gathering space for all. Wines are donated by Discovery Center members, and wine pourings by Trig’s Cellar 70 and Allstate Distributing. The Wine and Beer Barn in Manitowish Waters will
there will be a wine and beer bar. There is limited seating, so reserve early by calling (715) 5462299. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $10 for younger than age 12. —Contributed Photo
donate and serve an array of cheeses. The Discovery Center is located on Highway W just 1.2 miles north of Highway 51 in Manitowish Waters. Tickets are $30 and will be sold at the event, or may be purchased by July 12 to receive a reduced price of $25. Call 1-(877) 543-2085 or visit online discoverycenter. net for tickets, which are also available at Trig’s Cellar 70 in Minocqua and McGann’s Wine Bar in Boulder Junction.
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Sisters: family journey leads back to Eagle River
Dankmeyer, Davis engaged
such a surprise that she disappeared from our lives as well. Evidently Grandma Minnie and our aunt were unable to handle the responsibilities of two demanding little girls, ages 2 months and 2 years, so they disappeared as well and eventually turned in Mom for abandonment. Mom spent nearly two years in prison on that charge and Dad was never heard from again. The story goes that the sheriff drove by and found that two small children had been in charge of the household for days and things were not going well. When he arrived on the scene, he found us alone — Jacqueline nearly starved, clad only in a diaper severely soiled and covered in flies. I, her big sister, valiantly stood guard like an ill-equipped guardian angel, not doing so well myself. The sheriff promptly whisked us away to safety. Jacqueline went to a local family where the plan was to care for her for a few days until a home could be found. Jacqueline was so dehydrated and malnourished she needed to be fed with an eye dropper and it took some time to get her healthy again. Jacqueline’s new mom struggled with the emotional drain on their lives and the worry of being capable of healing this little one’s life. There were times when she told the sheriff they didn’t think they could handle it, but he encouraged them to hang on just a few more days. Those few days, of course, became a lifetime of happy, healthy family memories and, along with two brothers, my sister grew up in a wonderful, loving home, saved from a harsh, lifethreatening beginning. Jacqueline got a new home, a new life, a new name and a new birthday. Jacqueline became Cheryl and her new name and birthday caused me much consternation in my search for her over the years. And she never knew I existed. I, on the other hand, was much stronger, although our time alone took its toll on me as well. My future parents were on a fishing trip at a nearby resort. Family has told me they went on vacation and came home with a daughter. My life was
McDonald completes workshop Licensed acupuncturist and owner of Healing Hands Acupuncture, Miranda McDonald, recently participated in the SomatoEmotional Release 2 workshop offered by Upledger Institute International with continuing education courses to healthcare professionals worldwide. The course was created by the physician who developed craniosacral therapy. This practice is used to detect and correct imbalances in the craniosacral system, treat headaches, neck and back pain, temporomandibular j o i n t d i s o r d e r s, ch r o n i c fatigue, motor coordination difficulties, eye problems and central nervous system disorders.
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Miranda McDonald, owner of Healing Hands Acupuncture, completed a health-care course in SomatoEmotional Release. —Contributed Photo
changed forever, too. As for me, Theda Mae became Linda Lou, and I went from a starving, dirty, abandoned little girl to a healthy and well-providedfor child. Although life with my new family would not be as perfect as it seemed to those on the outside, I grew into a strong, independent survivor, ready to take on the world. On June 6, 2012, that full circle I mentioned came to a close. I was flying to the town I was born in to meet my baby sister, who never left her hometown for very long and always returned there. I have been across the nation and back in my travels and even had returned for yearly visits to Eagle River until I turned 18 and left home. I never knew I had a sister until nearly seven years ago. I never stopped searching for her and then in September 2011 I found her. What a journey of discovery this has been and in the morning I will give her a hug for the first time in 62 years and we will begin a new journey together into the future.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Virginia Deditz of Eagle River. She is a 1992 graduate of Northland Pines High School. She is a caregiver in Phelps. The prospective groom is the son of Phyllis Cottenham of Bergland, Mich., and Byron Davis of Watersmeet, Mich. He is a 1994 graduate of Ewen-Trout Creek High School. He is employed as a chef in Land O’ Lakes. *
Edward and Donna Healy of Lombard, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Marie, to Jeremy Fels Bloom, son of Steve and Peggy Bennett of Three Lakes and the late Jerome M. Bloom of Northfield, Ill. The bride-elect is a 1998 graduate of Regina Dominican High School in Wilmette, Ill. She is currently employed as accounts receivable coordi-
nater at DME Acces LLC in Montgomery, Ill. The prospective groom is a 2000 graduate of Three Lakes High School. He is currently employed as leasing manager at Fair Oaks Ford Lincoln in North Aurora, Ill. An August 2012 wedding is planned at the summer home of Dr. Bruce and Stacy Bloom, located on Upper Phantom Lake in Mukwonago.
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appeased. Thoughts of who, what, when, where and why plagued me throughout my adult life. Fantasies appeared and disappeared as I tried to fill in the blanks alone. My relationship with my adoptive parents deteriorated and communication ceased, but that is another journey all of its own and still has the final chapter yet to be written. Fast-forward once more to around age 38. Now a single mom of two delightful sons, I applied for a position with Motorola in Phoenix, Ariz. Due to the nature of the work, I was required to pass an intense background security check. One of the questions asked was the names of my parents. Another question was if they were my natural parents or adopted parents. Of course I marked adopted. About a week later, I received notice that I would have to provide proof that my adoption had been legal. Hmmm, how would I ever do that? I didn’t know any of the details. Needless to say, I needed to contact my adoptive parents for that information and they were highly insulted that I had revealed the family secret and reluctantly, with much harsh reproof, my adopted father provided me with the paperwork I needed. To my surprise and delight, the paperwork gave me my first clue to my past — the names of my birth parents. Those papers revved my engine and I began the next leg of my journey. After years in a maze of dead ends, I began to think maybe I had actually been delivered by that infamous stork we all have heard stories about. What a frustrating disappointment. I didn’t even know what nationality I was. However, my journey does have a happy ending. For the last six years I have spent many hours, days, weeks, months and a little money trying to find my birth family. Resources have so much improved through the years and the Internet has been like liquid gold when you are looking for answers. There are ancestry sites, genealogy groups and public records at your fingertips. Occasionally you need human assistance and there is an abundance of that also. I eventually got my adoption records unsealed because of a woman in the county clerk’s office in Madison, who interceded for me with the court system. Those records held a wealth of information and filled me with an excitement I can’t even explain. I am now 64 years old and most everyone from my childhood is dead, except one person. I have a living blood relative and she is my sister. Finally, in September 2011, I was contacted by another researcher who knew someone who had a very similar story. Her name was not Jacqueline, but the timeline, geographical location and some family names were all a match. It was worth checking out and I wasted no time in contacting that person.
It turned out to be my sister’s adoptive brother and we talked for about one and one-half hours. I spent most of that time answering questions from him designed to prove I wasn’t a fruitcake and I ended the call with a promise from him to contact me again if my sister wanted to talk with me. At the time of the phone call, she didn’t even know I existed. Three days later, her brother called me back to say she was astonished that she had a blood sister and, yes, she wanted to talk with me. What an incredible rush of emotions — joy, excitement, anticipation and fear. I had been looking for my sister, Jacqueline, for years, but her name had been changed to Cheryl when she was adopted and they had actually changed her birth date also. The main thing I’m really writing for is to encourage the reader who is on a journey to never give up. It may take some time (mine took 60 years), but you will feel such satisfaction, fulfillment and excitement. Any journey has twists and turns as well as mountains and valleys. There isn’t always a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Sometimes we just find a smug little leprechaun. But the journey itself helps us grow and learn more about others as well as ourselves. My journey of discovery is coming to a close, but a new journey is on the horizon and I can hardly wait to see what life has in store for me. Today I am on a plane headed to Eagle River. That probably doesn’t sound exotic or exciting to many of you, but to me it is an incredibly fantastic conclusion to a lifelong journey. I’ve heard it said that many things in life come full circle. Well, that certainly is the case in this instance. I was born in Eagle River in April 1948 to Jack and Rosella Sine. Jack had a rather uneventful past and was 17 years older than Rosella. She, on the other hand, was known to be sweet, friendly, had a heart of gold and would give you the shirt off her back. She was also known to be a flirt and quite footloose and fancy free. So, when she and Jack split up in 1950, shortly after my baby sister, Jacqueline, was born, it was not
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012
LIFESTYLE New Hi-Pines outdoor water park offers four-day, weekend passes to all
Jason Gensler of Three Lakes will teach water skiing and wakeboarding this summer at Chain-O-Lakes Water Ski School. —Contributed Photo
Hitting the water ___________
BY SONIA DIONNE FEATURE WRITER
Nineteen-year-old Jordan Gensler of Three Lakes was taught to water ski by family members at 5 years old. By age 6, he skied slalom, by 7 he was able to barefoot ski, and at 13, Jordan became an avid wakeboard enthusiast. As an instructor at Chain-O-Lakes Ski School for the past five years, Jordan passes on his expertise to students interested in improving their skills. After joining the Three Lakes Aqua Devils Ski Club in 2006, Gensler became an instructor at the ski school in 2007. He specializes in teaching wakeboarding, but enjoys teaching all levels of the sport. The school’s season runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Gensler is an American Water Ski Association-certified instructor, a thirdranked national wakeboarder, and is sponsored by Correct Craft, Ten-80 and SectWear Clothing. “Most people create their own bad habits in water sports, so that means going back to the fundamentals. Body position is often incorrect when someone first comes
to lessons,” said Gensler. “Though you may be in great shape, skiing is often tiring, usually due to bad posture.” At times while wearing cold-weather gear, Gensler’s in-water training season runs anytime lakes are ice free. “In winter, I kite board on Big Lake, downhill ski in the Upper Peninsula, then water ski in Florida during fall and spring,” he stated. Gensler attends wakeboard camp in Florida. He enjoys the personal challenge of learning more advanced wakeboarding moves such as inverts with 360 degrees or KGBs, which are back rolls with spins. He placed third at the national competition and was to compete in the world championships in Indianapolis last year, but suffered an injury, removing him from competition. “I’m still learning every day. I feel privileged. I can be on the water enjoying nature and what the North Woods has to offer,” Gensler stated. “Though I’m still trying to figure everything out, skiing will always be a part of my life.”
Hi-Pines Campground in Eagle River has added the Aqua Play Zone Water Park as one of its amenities. “We are very excited about the new Aqua Play Zone Water Park,” said owner Mark Weber. “It is the first water park in the area and is available not only to Hi-Pines campers, but to the general public as well.” “We have been receiving very positive feedback now that summer is finally here,” continued Weber. “Families all around are looking for fun activities they can do together that are financially doable.” “The Aqua Play Zone offers many inflatable toys for the kids, sandy beach and shaded areas for adults to relax, and all for a very affordable price,” concluded Weber. Hi-Pines has upgraded its pond by adding a new liner and installing a state-of-theart water filtration system. The beach has also been expanded to nearly 200 feet of sand with beach chairs and shade structures available. The 1-acre aquatic play area offers many inflatable toys ranging from a 60-footlong obstacle course to a 12foot-high jungle gym with a slide. The Aqua Play Zone is free to camping guests of HiPines. By purchasing a Fun Pass for $7 Mondays through Thursdays, and $10 for Fridays through Sundays, guests can enjoy all of the features of the expanded
Hi-Pines Campground in Eagle River offers a new water park called Aqua Play Zone. It offers
beach and Aqua Play Zone Water Park and take advantage of the Hi-Pines 66-footlong Jumping Pillow, Turbo Karts, paddleboats and kayaks. The general public can purchase a Fun Pass for $8 Mondays through Thursdays, and $12 Fridays through Sundays. Hi-Pines Campground is located off Highway 45, one mile north of downtown Eagle River. The season runs May 1 to Oct. 1 and has a wide variety of campground features. For more information, contact Mark Weber at (763) 458-7890 or hipines.net.
Crafters sought for Cranberry Fest The Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center is accepting applications for artists to display handmade arts and crafts for sale at Cranberry Fest Oct. 6-7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. For more information on
how to participate in the 33rd annual Cranberry Fest arts and crafts show at the Vilas County Fairgrounds, call Kim Emerson, chamber events coordinator, at (715) 479-6400 or 1-(800) 3596315, or visit cranberryfest.org or eagleriver.org.
Little Creek Coffee to host Make-a-Wish fundraiser Little Creek Coffee Co. in Arbor Vitae will host a benefit for the Make-A-Wish foundation Saturday, June 30. The event is set to include live music by Groove North Band and a silent auction with many donated items, including a flat-screen television from Woodruff Appliance, a Packers football signed by last year’s team
and two tickets to an upcoming home game from event sponsor Merrill Lynch. Little Creek Coffee Co. will also donate 10% of sales that day to Make-A-Wish. Grilled brats from Trig’s will be available all afternoon. For more information, call Little Creek Coffee Co. at (715) 356-1953.
midweek and weekend passes for campground guests and local families. —Contributed Photos
Youths pile on an inflatable water toy at the Aqua Play Zone at Hi-Pines Campground in Eagle River.
NOTICE TOWN OF CLOVERLAND Due to the regular board meeting date falling on July 4, the July board meeting will be held on Monday, July 9, 2012, at 7:00 p.m., at the town hall. 2121 Millie Ritzer, Clerk
BUYING SCRAP METAL
Buying Copper, Brass, Aluminum & Aluminum Cans
DON SCHARF AUTOMOTIVE We accept ferrous & non-ferrous materials. Call for prices. (715) 479-8597
870 Hwy. 17 South, Eagle River
Also paying for old cars and trucks.
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
July 4, 5, 6, 7 August & Virginia Anderson 116 N. 2nd St., Eagle River, Wis. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Items include furniture, dishes, pots, pans, clothes, jackets & coats, luggage, microwaves, knickknacks, gardening equipment, sm. refrig., sheets, towels, lamps, chafing dishes, complete family room set, restaurant equipment, many more items. Please, no early sales.
Alumni from Northland Pines High School/Eagle River Union High School celebrate the graduation of their third-generation family member. All Pines/Eagle River grads are welcome to an all-class reunion Aug. 11. —Contributed Photo
Class reunion to include multigenerational grads Guests at the Eagle River Union/Northland Pines High School All-Class Reunion Aug. 11 will find families with multiple generations in attendance. Three of the reunion organizers themselves will have multiple graduating classes represented by family members. Susan Govier (nee Wilsie), Class of 1978, will attend, as will her father, Bruce Wilsie, Class of 1947; her sister, Becky Prigge (nee Wilsie), Class of 1985; and her niece, Katie Prigge, Class of 2012. Diane Brooker (nee Healy), Class of 1978, will be at the reunion with her sis-
ter, Dawn Raymond (nee Healy), Class of 1977, of Orlando, Fla.; her brother, Mike Healy, Class of 1982, of Menasha; and her mother, Lois Healy, Class of 1959, with aunts, uncles and cousins from the north woods, Chicago, Ill. and Minneapolis, Minn. Ruthy Price, Class of 1986, of Seattle, Wash., will attend with her son and three generations of the McCaughn family. Registration deadline for the reunion is extended to Wednesday, July 25. For information, contact Karla Siemering Bryant at (270) 392-4834.
Are You Ready to Remodel or Build? Why call anyone other than a — Remodeling and Addition Specialist?
SHORT STORY AWARD — 2011-’12 seventh-grade Northland Pines Middle School student Laine Vanden Boom was awarded second place in Wisconsin for her short story submitted to the Delta Kappa Gamma Chapter literary competition. Each student was given the opportunity to write and illustrate their own fictional story and more than 2,000 entries were received throughout the state. —Contributed Photo
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012
VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS
The Almanac June/July
DOLL CLUB — The Enchanted Doll Club meets the third Sat. of each month at 1 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library. Call Judy Wainwright, (715) 479-7132.
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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.
27 28 29 30 1 2 3 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.
Lincoln Town Hall in Eagle River. Doors open at 4 p.m., dinner at 5:30 p.m. Call Donna Goeddaeus, (715) 479-8244. FIRST AID/CPR CLASSES — The American Red Cross offers various first aid, CPR and AED classes in Rhinelander. Call (715) 362-5456. 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.
EASY EAGLES — Meets every other Tues. at 11:30 a.m. at Riverstone Restaurant & Tavern. Call Charlie Eggers, (715) 479-1799. 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. 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. EAGLE RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY — Meets the last Mon. of each month at 1 p.m. at 519 Sheridan St. Call (715) 479-2396. EAGLE RIVER MASONIC LODGE — Meets at 7 p.m. the second Tues. of each month at 610 E. Division St. Call (715) 479-8646.
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.
MAHJONGG — American mahjongg is played Mon. at 10 a.m. at the Eagle River Golf Course clubhouse. Reservations not required. New players welcome. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AL-ANON — Meets Wed. from 6:30-8 p.m. in the main-floor solarium at Eagle River Memorial Hospital. Call (715) 6280023.
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS — Meets Wed. at 7 p.m. at Lac Vieux Desert Transfer Station Road in Watersmeet, Mich.
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.
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 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) 477-1984. SCRAPBOOK CLUB — Meets the last Tues. of each month. Call Cathy, (715) 479-3164. WATER AEROBICS — Classes at Lake Forest Resort Tues. and Thurs. from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Call (715) 479-3251. WOODCARVERS — Northwoods Woodcarvers meets Wed. at 1 p.m. at Kalmar Center in Eagle River. All are welcome. Call John Modjewski, (715) 479-6093. 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
ASSAULT SURVIVORS — Tri County Council on Domestic Violence and Assault’s sexual assault survivor’s support group meets Tues. Call Elizabeth, (715) 362-6841.
EAGLE RIVER VFW AND AUXILIARY — Joint meeting the fourth Thurs. of the month at 6:30 p.m. at 624 W. Pine St.
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) 479-8704. 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.
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.
KNITTING CLUB — Northwoods Knitters and Purlers meets the fourth Mon. of each month at the Woodruff Town Hall. Call Carol Clauser, (715) 453-8055.
BOY SCOUTS — Boy Scout Troop 601 meets Tues. in Eagle River at 6 p.m. Call Kay Tulppo, (715) 479-7409.
LAKELAND ART LEAGUE — New members and visitors welcome. Call Arlene, (715) 272-1168.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY® — Presented by Birchwood Community Church. Meets Thurs. at 6 p.m. at 115 Division St., Eagle River. (715) 891-1946.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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. 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. 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. 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. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS — Keep It Simple meets Thurs. at 6 p.m. at First Congregational United Church of Christ. Call (866) 310-9077. 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.
Roasting corn at the Shoot-Out.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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) 479-5232.
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.
QUILTERS — Eagle River Kreative Quilters meet the second and fourth Mon. of each month at Olson Memorial Library.
WEIGHT WATCHERS — Meets Tues. at 5:30 p.m in Eagle River. Call 1-(800) 651-6000.
ROTARY CLUB — The Eagle River Rotary Club meets Mon. at noon at Eagle River Inn. Visiting Rotarians are welcome.
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.
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. THREE LAKES GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY — Meets the fourth Mon. of each month at 1 p.m. at Demmer Library. Call Nancy Brewster, (715) 546-3391. 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
ACT NOW — Open to physically challenged people in wheelchairs. Call Alvin Weso, (715) 478-5120. ADVANCE HEALTH-CARE PLANNING WORKSHOPS — Meets first and third Fri. of each month at the Medical Arts Building. Call (715) 479-0375. ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUP — Meets at Lillian Kerr Nursing Care & Rehabilitation Center in Phelps. Call Laura Javenkowski, (715) 545-2589. 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. DAYBREAK ADULT CENTER — Provides relief to caregivers who have elderly persons living with them. Activities
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. MS CIRCLE OF HOPE — Meets the third Tues. of each month at noon at Grace Foursquare Church in Rhinelander. Call Janet Carlstedt, (715) 5452245. NARCONON — Provides answers to drug addiction, free assessment, evaluation and referral services. Call 1-(800) 468-6933. stopaddiction.com. 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. 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. 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.
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DID YOUR NEWSPAPER ARRIVE LATE? Sixteen recipients from Northland Pines High School recieved a scholarship from First Congregational Church of Christ in Eagle River. They include, front row from left, Amanda Kent, Emma Korinek, Jordon Welnetz, Laura Schoff, Dan Holperin and Stew-
ardship and Missions Committee members Dawn Korinek, Marlys Lee and Ann Hewitt; back row, Shay Karenke, Steven Thompson, Abby Thompson, Tess Holperin, Matt Meyer and Pastor Mary Ann Biggs. —Contributed Photo
UCC awards scholarships to Pines students First Congregational United Church of Christ (UCC) in Eagle River recently awarded a total of $13,900 to 16 recipients from Northland Pines High School as well as returning college students.
The general scholarships, the Roger Rieckman Engineering/Math/Science Scholarship and the Jinny Paterson Environmental Scholarship are available to local graduating seniors regardless of church affiliation,
while the Zipperer scholarships are available to members of the First Congregational UCC who are pursuing higher education. The students were presented with the awards at the May 20 worship service.
The congregation also held a collection for the scholarship funds as part of its ecumenical commitment to education and to ministry in the community. In addition, memorials and gifts are contributed to the funds.
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Professor Marvel sets program at Olson Library Olson Library will participate with a float in the Fourth of July parade. The library will be closed and will reopen Thursday, July 5. Professor Marvel’s Dream Machines will be at the library Friday, July 6, at 10:30 a.m.
“Join participants on a journey into the world of magical and cool inventions born of dreams,” said a library spokesperson. “Watch as Professor Marvel transforms an ooey-gooey mess into guess what?” The prekindergarten to
grade five group is the target audience, but all are welcome. Children age 8 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The summer reading themes are “Dream Big” and “Read and Own the Night.” The library rewards chil-
dren younger than 18 with personal pan pizza certificates from Pizza Hut for reading 10 hours. Get a reading log in the children’s department at the library. Youths who participate in the battle of the books can see the list and start reading now.
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VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012
Compiled by Carly Ratliff
One Year Ago The Eagle River City Council voted to deny a proposal for public drinking at the Fourth of July parade . . . The Personal Protection Act legalizing concealed carry in Wisconsin was passed . . . Many Ways of Peace in Eagle River held its first peace festival. Five Years Ago Eagle River residents prepared to celebrate the Eagle River sesquicentennial . . . Plum Lake banned allterrain vehicles from all town roads and land . . . Tryge Solberg, founder of Trig’s Food & Drug, received the YMCA’s Key Leader Award.
SUPPORTING THE LIBRARY — Tournament sponsors for the 2012 Walter E. Olson Memorial Library Foundation Golf Classic included First National Bank of Eagle River, Ministry Health Care, and Silver Bay Systems Inc. Promoting the tourney were, from left, Tom Ellis representing First National Bank and Laura Magstadt representing Ministry Health Care.
Missing from the photo was Jill Kunes of Silver Bay Systems. The 19th annual golf classic supported the endeavors of the library, which is currently in a capital campaign, Right Before Your Eyes, to raise $3.26 million to construct a new facility. For more information on the library's capital campaign, go to olson libraryfoundation.org. —Contributed Photo
Hughes memorial golf tourney raises $2,717 for Relay For Life The Eunice Hughes Memorial Golf Tournament was held June 20 at the Gateway Golf Course in Land O’ Lakes, an event to honor Eunice and her commitment to helping others with cancer and finding a cure for the disease. The event raised $2,717 for the Northwoods Relay For Life set for Aug. 3-4 at the Northland Pines School track in Eagle River.
ADRC opens in Eagle River The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of the North Woods is an information station where individuals can obtain accurate, unbiased information related to aging or living with a disability. Its mission is to help older people and people living with disabilities secure needed services and benefits, live with dignity and security, and achieve maximum independence and quality of life. The ADRC of the North Woods Eagle River office will celebrate its opening Thursday, June 28, from 1 to 4 p.m. The ADRC and The Vilas County Commission on Aging are located at 521 Wall St. in Eagle River.
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) 479-2633.
TUESDAY, JULY 3 Scalloped potatoes and ham Green beans Bread Dessert
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4 Closed
THURSDAY, JULY 5 Chicken cordon bleu Cheesy potatoes Cauliflower and broccoli Roll Dessert All meals include lowfat milk and coffee.
_____________ Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. --Mark Twain
Organizers said 57 women honored Eunice’s memory with a fun-filled Texas scramble. In addition, there were 30 hole sponsors who supported the event, along with numerous businesses who gave donations. Organizers said 25 friends of Eunice remembered her dedication to helping others with additional donations to Relay For Life.
The owner of Gateway Golf Course and volunteers helped put the tournament together, and two roving photographers and helpers created priceless memories. “Once again, the North Woods came through to honor and remember someone and to let cancer know we will never sleep until a cure is found,” said Richard Hughes, fundraising chairperson for the 2012 Relay For Life.
Fundraisers set for Relay For Life Several events are planned during July as team fundraisers for the 2012 Northwoods Relay For Life. The Northland Pines girls hockey team will have a brat and bake sale at Trig’s in Eagle River Monday, July 2, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Team Eunie will have a brat sale at TJ Grizzlies in Land O’ Lakes Wednesday, July 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Team Leif’s Cafe will have a yards sale July 20-22 at 307
Sixth St. in Eagle River from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The Spirit of Hope team will have a yard sale July 2021 at 3990 Deerskin Road in Eagle River from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Northwoods Relay For Life will be held at the Northland Pines High School track Friday and Saturday, Aug. 34. For more information, contact Kitty Sookochoff at (715) 479- 2974.
10 Years Ago More than 1,000 members of the Rainbow Family of Living Light converged on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan . . . Artarama celebrated its 30th year . . . Headwaters Inc. received three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. 15 Years Ago Nelson’s Ace Hardware in Eagle River announced plans to construct a new store west of the store’s current location on Wall Street . . . Vilas County authorities were seeking a 20-year-old man, shackled in leg irons, who escaped custody while attending a funeral . . . The fourth annual Run to the Eagle Harley Rally attracted more than 300 bikers. 20 Years Ago Four candidates had officially filed to run for Vilas County district attorney
This undated photo of Sparks Cottage in Lac Vieux Desert was submitted by Cindy Pekrul of Land O’ Lakes.
. . . Three Lakes principal Dennis Erstad resigned after 23 years with the district . . . The Mole Lake band of Chippewa approved the plans for a $17 million casino. 30 Years Ago Divers working construction on a bridge between Big Stone and Deer lakes in Three Lakes found a wagon with a 1930s slot machine filled with pure silver coins in the channel . . . Three secret John Doe investigations were presented before Circuit Judge Timothy Vocke in Vilas County . . . Eagle River Mayor Pike Dyer was selected as Fourth of July parade marshal for the second time. 40 Years Ago Green Bay Packers coach Dan Devine vacationed at Froelich’s Sayner Lodge . . . Lightning knocked out long-distance telephone service across the North Woods. 50 Years Ago Cy Williams of Three Lakes was recognized for being the second player in
Local musicians to perform at summer music programs Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce has announce its fifth season of Music on Main Street to run Thurdays from July 5 through Aug. 2 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Local musicians will perform this music series outdoors between Peeplelures and the Boulder Junction Marketplace on Main Street in Boulder Junction. Scheduled music performances are July 5, The Weasels; July 12, Lake George Music Club; July 19, Scott Kirby; July 26, Big Road; and Aug. 2, The Magees. The location has grassy areas for sitting and dancing. Those attending are welcome to take a lawn chair or blanket. The music program is sponsored by Acorn Lodge,
Barb Boston Dance Party, Boulder Junction Marketplace, Chet Johansen, Erv Keller Guide Service, FYI Northwoods, Jeff Long, Jim Tait Real Estate, Moondeer & Friends Gallery, Peeplelures, Sweet Emma’s and The Outdoorsman Restaurant. For more information, visit boulderjct.org or call (715) 385-2400.
Eagle Waters Resort and Mud Fest organizers recently announced there will be a presentation of Caduceus, a collection of wines by Maynard James Keenan, at the grand opening of Wine Bar at Eagle Waters Resort Saturday, July 7, at 7 p.m. Due to both Keenan’s notoriety as the front man of the band Tool and the rave reviews surrounding his wine, the product has been difficult to acquire, according to event organizers.
Wine Bar is located in The Trading Post adjacent to a newly remodeled general store featuring an old-fashioned café, ice cream bar and sundries. Although Wine Bar will have its soft opening Saturday, June 30, the grand-opening celebration will feature a presentation of Caduceus. Only 64 positions will be made available for this tasting. Tickets cost $65 and are available online at mudfest. ticketleap.com/wine.
Claar receives medical degree Dru Mahlon Douglas Claar of Phelps recently received a doctor of medicine degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee at its 99th annual commencement exercises at The Milwaukee Theater. Following graduation, he began an internal medicine residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn. Claar received The Engstrom Award in Internal Medicine, an award presented by the faculty of the department of medicine to a senior student who has displayed exceptional proficiency and scholarship in internal medicine. He also is a member of the Beta Chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, having achieved scholastic excellence and earned the approbation of members of the faculty and
Ministry clinics closed July 4 Ministry Medical Group clinics in the Northern Region will be closed Wednesday, July 4, in observance of the holiday. This includes clinics in Crandon, Laona, Eagle River, Woodruff, Tomahawk and Rhinelander. Ministry Medical Group will resume regular business hours Thursday, July 5. Emergency services are available 24 hours a day at Howard Young Medical Center, located at 240 Maple St. in Woodruff; Ministry Eagle River Memorial Hospital, 201 Hospital Road, Eagle River; Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital, 2251 N. Shore Drive, Rhinelander; and Ministry Sacred Heart Hospital, 401 W. Mohawk Drive, Tomahawk. For more information, contact a local Ministry Medical Group location, or visit ministryhealth.org.
EAGLE RIVER DUPLICATE BRIDGE Results of 6/18/12
First place: Ed Casey and Bob Peterman. Second place: Marge Wendt and Terry McCloskey. Third place: Kaye McCardle and Lila Fletcher Results of 6/21/12
DR. DRU CLAAR
the student body for qualities of integrity, leadership, compassion and fairness. The son of Dru and Lori Claar, he received his bachelor of arts degree from Lawrence University in 2007.
First place: Terry McCloskey and Flo Erickson. Second place: Kaye McCardle and June Harrison. Third place: Jean Schroeder and Lois Killinger. Duplicate bridge is played Mondays at 1 p.m. and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of First Congregational United Church of Christ. The public is welcome. For more information, call (715) 546-3021.
60 Years Ago The Eagle River Speedway and fairgrounds were completed and set to be unveiled . . . A 70-year-old man who was lost in the woods near Sunset Lake for four days was found after his dog led searchers to him. 70 Years Ago St. Ignatius Episcopal Church in Eagle River opened for the summer season . . . Vilas County met its quota for purchasing $11,300 in defense bonds for the month of June. 80 Years Ago A one-year subscription to the Three Lakes News was $1.50 . . . A New York pilot vacationing at Pickerel Lake Lodge in Eagle River offered tourists and locals aerial tours of the North Woods in his seaplane.
BADGER BRIDGE IN EAGLE RIVER Results of 6/4/12
North-South, first place: Mickey Barricklow and Ron Waller. Second place: Suzanne and Joe Wallace. East-West, first place: Merilyn Penn and Susan Wilkinson. Second place: Alice and Bob Vandewalker. Bridge is played every Monday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Kalmar Senior Center in Eagle River and is open to the public. For information, call Ed Stoever, club manager, at (715) 362-8933.
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When we become an example of balance and inner peace — with our partner, children and friends — we are healing the planet. 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
Peacemaking Programs Many Ways of Peace 217 S. Main St., downtown Eagle River Saturday, July 14, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., 2nd Annual Many Ways of Peace Festival. Inspiring speakers, live music by Jason Moon, Frog Water and area musicians, organic and local food prepared in the Many Ways of Peace kitchen, Northwoods Children’s Museum tent, Sand Mandala for Peace, “Lexicon of Sustainability” photo collage exhibit, and nonprofit organizations all coming together to promote a culture of peace for the Earth and all its inhabitants. NOTE: No Peace Java Jam on July 7. Java Jam and Open Mic resume Aug. 4.
Sunday, July 1, 6:30 p.m., “Meditation Practice” with psychotherapist and Zen meditation teacher Kathleen Mitchell. Inspirational talk, questions and answers. Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m., Mindfulness Meditation, a weekly meditation practice. Bring your cushion and mat/blanket to sit on the floor or sit in a chair. Upper level at Many Ways of Peace. NOTE: No meditation July 4. Mondays, 9-10 a.m., Walking Meditation. Peace is every step. Follow Thich Nhat Hanh’s program for turning the endless path to joy. Upper level at Many Ways of Peace.
Visit www.manywaysofpeace.org for updates and more information. Call 715.480.4697 or e-mail email@example.com Many Ways of Peace is a resource center for peace and nonviolence and a project of the MJ Berner Foundation for Peace and Justice Inc., P.O. Box 189, Eagle River, WI 54521
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012
JAN HINTZ (715) 546-2712
VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS
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LIONS OFFICERS — The Three Lakes Lions Club recently installed its 2012-’13 officers and directors. The officers include, front row from left, Charlie Jewson, Collette Sorgel, Miriam Bre-
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Northwoods 100 Raffle under way The 2012 Northwoods 100 Raffle will feature 100 chances to win various prizes during a drawing at Eagle River Cranberry Fest Oct. 7 Formerly known as the Three Charity Raffle, it shares proceeds equally among the nonprofit organizations The Fix Is In Inc., Northwoods Saves and the Oneida County Dive Team.
The grand prize is an 8foot by 10-foot playhouse, which could also be used as a garden shed or fishing shanty. Wired for electricity, it is complete with lights and outlets. The playhouse can be seen at the Hodag BP Gas Station on Lincoln Street in Rhinelander and at various events throughout the North Woods
Fourth of July sale planned at Demmer The Friends of Demmer Library will hold its annual Fourth of July used book sale from 9 a.m. until noon in the lower level of the library, located at West School Street. The lift at the library is now available for those who need assistance in reaching the lower level. There will be a large selection of paperback books, both regular and oversized on sale for 50 cents. Meanwhile, hardbacks will cost $1 and
this summer. The other 99 prizes vary in value from $250 to $10 as gift certificates and gifts from local businesses. Included are certificates toward meals at local restaurants, hotel night stays, massages, pizza, flowers, hardware, jewelry, landscaping and more. Tickets cost $5 each, five tickets for $20 or 15 tickets
for $50 and can be purchased wherever the playhouse is on display, at local businesses where the Northwoods 100 Raffle poster is seen or from a member of one of the nonprofits. Ticket information is also available from Boyd Financial Services LLC, at 1-(800) 709-3898.
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children’s books will cost 25 cents. The next general meeting will take place Monday, July 2. Books will be sorted at 11:30 a.m. followed by a sack lunch at noon and general meeting at 12:30 p.m. Setup for the book sale will begin after the meeting. All members are welcome to come and help. The next scheduled book sale after the July 4 sale will be Saturday, Aug. 25.
The Edward U. Demmer Memorial Library has announced a free program which will be presented by Randy Korb Thursday, July 5, at 10 a.m. at the Three Lakes Community Building, located at 6965 W. School St. Korb will bring his live frogs for youths to enjoy. This program will be spon-
sored by Wisconsin Valley Library Service. No registration is required. For more information about this program 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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Celebrate the “Single Best Town” & the 4th of July in Three Lakes!
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY!
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4 Three Lakes, Wis.
THE BIGGEST & THE BEST STARTS AT 9 A.M. IN BEAUTIFUL DOWNTOWN THREE LAKES!
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• Lions Club’s Pancake Breakfast 7-11 a.m. at Three Lakes High School
• Refreshments and Food • Flea Market After Parade • Friends of the Library Book Sale • Aqua Devils Ski Show 6:30 p.m.
Events sponsored by: Lions Club, Three Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center, Three Lakes Red Suspenders, The Tavern League, Fire Department, American Legion Post 431
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PUBLIC NOTICES _____________ (One Week 6/27/12) REGULAR MEETING Board of Education May 23, 2012 School District of Three Lakes Meeting called to order at 6:00 PM by President Ingram. Board Members present: Kwaterski, Olkowski, Ingram, Rulseh, and McCloskey. Also present: Dr. George J. Karling, District Administrator; B. Greb and J. Kuchenbecker, Principals; K. Brown, Elementary Dean of Students; D. Straus, Special Education Director; G. Welhoefer, Guidance Director; M. Bobert, District Secretary; and 36 visitors. Accounts payable vouchers #106669106917 ($301,619.57) and payroll checks #900013923-900014136 and 56710-56762 ($224,322.46) approved for payment ($525,942.03). The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by those in attendance. Dr. Karling reported on the agenda posting and notification of the meeting to the media. Motion was made and seconded to amend the agenda to move item k. up to follow item a., and to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried. 5:0. Motion was made and seconded to approve the minutes of the April 18, 2012 regular meeting and the May 2, 2012 special meeting. Motion carried. 5:0. Mr. Schoff asked to be heard under item e. President Ingram called for nominations for the election of officers. Motion was made and seconded to have all of the Board members remain in their current officer position for another term, and to cast a unanimous ballot. Motion carried. 5:0. The following officers were re-elected: President – Randy Ingram; Vice President – Mike Kwaterski; Treasurer – John Olkowski Jr.; Clerk – Tom Rulseh; Member – Terry McCloskey; CESA Delegate – Tom Rulseh; WASB Delegate – Terry McCloskey; WASB Alternate Delegate – John Olkowski Jr.; and Oneida/Vilas Boards Political Action Representative – Terry McCloskey. The Principals and others in attendance shared Positive Happenings with the Board. Dr. Karling asked that the June Board meeting be moved to June 18. Motion was made and seconded to hold the June Board meeting on June 19 at 3:00 PM. Motion carried. 5:0. Dr. Karling explained how the long-range plan and district goals had been developed. Motion was made and seconded to approve the long-range plan for 2012-2017 and district goals for 2012-2013 as presented, with an indication that an asterisk indicates items that are required mandates. Motion carried. 5:0. The Board stated their appreciation for the input from staff, students, and community on the long-range plan and goals. Dr. Karling reviewed the 2012-2013 preliminary budget proposal which indicated there would be a Fund 10 decrease of $93,144.15 or -1.14% and a total budget decrease in all funds of $1,007,662.15 or 9.18%. The decrease in the levy is $834,858 which will yield a mill rate of 4.79 with no increase in valuation, and 4.56 with a 5% increase in valuation. Discussion followed. Motion was made and seconded to grant preliminary approval of the 2012-2013 budget as presented. Motion carried. 5;0. The Board thanked Dr. Karling and his office staff for their work on the budget. Dr. Karling recommended that the Board unilaterally apply an instructional staff base salary increase by applying the calculated base amount to the salary schedule by adding an additional step for the last six lanes and allowing lane and step movement. Motion was made and seconded to unilaterally apply an instructional staff base salary increase by applying the calculated base amount to the salary schedule by adding an additional step for the last six lanes and allowing lane and step movement as recommended. Discussion followed. Motion carried. 5:0. Mr. Schoff indicated the association would not seek base wage negotiations for the 2012-2013 school year based on the Board’s action and thanked the Board on behalf of the association for their efforts. Dr. Karling asked the Board to consider updating the district’s brochure. Discussion followed. Motion was made and seconded to update the district’s brochure. Motion carried. 5:0. Students Brooke Stefonik, Chase Kirby, Derek Frane, Angie Hanson, and Grace Hoger gave a PowerPoint presentation on their 8th grade class trip to Washington D.C. Mrs. Welhoefer thanked the Board on behalf of the class for approval for the trip. The Board thanked the students for their presentation. Dr. Greb gave some information on the possible formation of a Lettermen’s Club. Discussion followed. Motion was made and seconded to approve the formation of a Lettermen’s Club as requested. Motion carried. 5:0. Dr. Greb explained that the early release days for 2012-2013 had been moved to Fridays. He asked the Board to approve the corresponding change in the district calendar. Motion was made and seconded to approve the change of the early release days in the district calendar as requested. Motion carried. 5:0. Mr. Greb reviewed changes to the 7-12 handbook for the 2012-2013 school year. Discussion followed. Motion was made and seconded to approve the changes to the 7-12 handbook with suggested modifications on page 40. Motion carried. 5:0. Dr. Greb reviewed changes to the elementary handbook for 2012-2013. Motion was made and seconded to approve the changes to the elementary handbook. Motion carried. 5:0. Mr. Welhoefer presented information on the ACT prep program and scheduling and course selections. The Board thanked Mr. Welhoefer for his presentation. Mrs. Liebscher gave a presentation on bullying that was created by her second grade class at Sugar Camp in conjunction with PBIS. The Board thanked Mrs. Liebscher for her presentation. Clerk Rulseh read a letter of resignation from John Schuette from his position of part-time custodian. Motion was made and seconded to accept the resignation of John Schuette from his position of parttime custodian with appreciation for a job well done. Motion carried. 5:0. Clerk Rulseh read a letter of retirement from Teri Meyer from her position of third grade teacher. Motion was made and seconded to accept Teri Meyer’s retirement from her position of third grade teacher with appreciation for a job well done. Motion carried. 5:0. The Board reviewed correspondence from the WASB regarding upcoming conferences. The Board reviewed correspondence from CESA 9 regarding the annual convention which is scheduled for Monday, August 6, 2012. Motion was made and seconded to adjourn to executive session at 8:05 PM according to W.S. 19.85 (1) (a through h) for the following purpose: to consider employment, compensation, and performance of individual employees; and to consider financial, medical, social, or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons. Ayes: Kwaterski, Olkowski, Ingram, Rulseh, and McCloskey. Nays: none. Motion was made and seconded to reconvene to open session at 9:25 PM and consider motions on matters taken up in executive session. Ayes: Kwaterski, Olkowski, Ingram, Rulseh, and McCloskey. Nays: none. Motion was made and seconded to approve the hiring of Joel Garcia as assistant junior high football coach. Motion carried. 5:0. Motion was made and seconded to approve the hiring of Felicia Schuster as assistant student council advisor. Motion carried. 5:0. Motion was made and seconded to approve the hiring of Jack Wales as varsity boys’ basketball coach. Motion carried. 4:1. Motion was made and seconded to adjourn at 9:27 PM. Motion carried. 5:0. Respectfully submitted, Mary R. Bobert District Secretary 2122
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(Six Weeks, 6/13-7/18/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11 CV 372 ____________________________________
Aspirus - Three Lakes Clinic Kwaterski Bros. Wood Products
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EAGLE RIVER, vs. BRENDA S. HUG,
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
(Three Weeks, 6/20-7/4/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11-CV-243 ____________________________________ CitiMortgage, Inc., successor by merger to ABN AMRO Mortgage Group, Inc., Plaintiff, vs. Merry Lee Lachance a/k/a Merry Lee Johnstone a/k/a Merry Lee La Chance, M & I Marshall & Ilsley Bank a/k/a n/k/a BMO Harris Bank, National Association, Eagle River Memorial Hospital Inc., Gastrointestinal Associates and US Bank NA ND, Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on August 31, 2011 in the amount of $154,402.46 the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: TIME: July 19, 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 39 of the recorded Plat of Forest Lake, as the same appears of record in Volume 5 of Plats, Page 28, being a part of Government Lots 2 & 3, Section 3, Township 42 North, Range 9 East, Land O’Lakes Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 6283 E Forest Lake Rd Land O Lakes, WI 54540-9789 DATED: June 4, 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. 2105
(One Week 6/27/12) TOWN OF THREE LAKES, WISCONSIN IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE TOWN OF THREE LAKES, WISCONSIN Resolution #061912 Authorizing Town Officials to Use Bank-Issued Credit Card for Transacting certain Town Business” WHEREAS, the Town of Three Lakes (“Town”) is a body corporate and politic within Oneida County, Wisconsin; and WHEREAS, the Town has authority under Chapter 60 of the Wisconsin statutes to enter into contracts necessary for the exercise of its corporate powers; and WHEREAS, certain designated Town officials from time to time may have the need to make an expenditure for Town-related public business by means of a credit card because doing so is more efficient, more economical, or required as an ordinary course of business practice; WHEREAS, the Town has taken measures to ensure appropriate controls are in place for conducting Town business through the use of credit cards; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Board of Three Lakes in Oneida County, Wisconsin, as follows: 1. The Town Clerk and/or the Town Treasurer are hereby authorized to be issued credit cards from The First National Bank of Eagle River (“Bank”) and to use them for the purpose of conducting Town business up to a limit of $1,000.00 per month or as approved by the Town Chairman. 2. The Town Clerk and/or the Town Treasurer shall be issued such credit cards for the purpose of using them for any Townrelated expenditure and shall work directly with the Bank to establish a credit card system for the Town. 3. The Town Clerk and/or Treasurer is authorized to enter into the applicable credit card agreement with Bank on behalf of the Town. IN THE TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereto subscribed my name this 19th day of June, 2012 /s/ Don Sidlowski, Town Chairman ATTEST: /s/ Susan L. Harris, Town Clerk 2123
(Three Weeks, 6/20-7/4/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT, VILAS COUNTY — PROBATE — Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. 12PR18 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF PATRICK MARTIN SAFFRON PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 12/27/1943 and date of death 08/21/2010, was domiciled in Lake County, State of Ohio, with a mailing address of 6221 Paine Road, Painesville, OH 44077. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is September 28, 2012. 5. A claim may be filed at the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wisconsin, Probate Branch. /s/ Dawn Halverson Probate Rebistrar June 8, 2012 Keith K. Kost of ECKERT-KOST LLP 729 Lincoln Street, P.O. Box 1247 Rhinelander, WI 54501-1247 (715) 369-1624 Bar No. 1016826 2104
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Historical society to sponsor Send-off service scheduled for the Rev. Eli Shackelford On Wisconsin History series Three Lakes Evangelical Free Church will hold a service Sunday, July 1, to send off the Rev. Eli Shackelford and his family to a new ministry in West Jordan, Utah. The festivities will include a worship service at 9 a.m. with testimonies from those present about the impact of the Shackelfords, followed by a sermon from Pastor Eli, as he’s known by his congregation. There will then be an open-house social at Cy Williams Park from noon to 4 p.m. Shackelford came to the North Woods from North Carolina in the fall of 2004. With a degree in counseling and psychology and a professional background in counseling troubled teens, the 25-year-old said he was ready for a new adventure in a new place. With help from his wife, Lindsay, a Wisconsin native, Shackelford adapted quickly to the area, becoming involved in the Three Lakes School system and the lives of hundreds of residents. Over the past few years, a high percentage of Three Lakes youths have had contact with the Shackelfords and the outstanding youth ministry that grew up around them, according to Brian Thorstad, interim senior pastor. “The impact that the Shackelfords have had on the lives of kids from Three Lakes is incalculable this side of heaven,” he said. “Only time and eternity will tell how great an impact was made by the sacrificial living and giving of Eli and Lindsay.”
The Three Lakes Historical Society will sponsor its second annual On Wisconsin History series throughout the summer. According to museum curator and series organizer Alan Tulppo, the series received positive feedback last year. “This season’s presentations promise to be an engaging experience for all who attend,” he said. The series will feature local and regional historians who will deliver presentations on topics related to local
and state history. The series schedule is as follows: — July 11, History of the Wisconsin Labor Movement, 11 a.m. to noon in the Three Lakes Town Hall meeting room; — July 18, Using Your iPad for Historical Research, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the lower level of Demmer Library; — July 25, Lac du Flambeau Indian Boarding School, 11 a.m. to noon in the Three Lakes Town Hall meeting room; — Aug. 1, Whispers of the
Ancients (Native American Traditional Storytelling), 11 a.m. to noon in the Three Lakes Town Hall meeting room; — Aug. 17, Sam Campbell: Philosopher of the Forest, 6 to 7 p.m. in the Three Lakes Community Center. For more information about the On Wisconsin History series or the Three Lakes Historical Society and Museum, visit threelakeshistory.org or the historical museum, located at 1798 Huron St. behind Demmer Library.
The Rev. Eli Shackelford and his family will relocate to a new ministry in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. A special service will send them off Sunday, July 1. —Contributed Photo
Within a few days of the Three Lakes Independence Day celebration, the family will head west. After a couple of years of doing a variety of ministries as an associate pastor, Shackelford said he’d like to spearhead a new church plant in the Salt Lake City area under the direction of the mother church. “The members and friends of the Three Lakes church are hoping for a large crowd to give the Shackelfords a big send-off and join them in thanking God for his blessing of Eli
and Lindsay’s work,” said Thorstad. Three Lakes Evangelical Free Church is located at 1614 Highway 32 in Three Lakes. Cy Williams Park is located on Superior Street, just east of the downtown area and just north of the chamber of commerce. Lunch will be served at the park from noon to 1 p.m. Attendees can take swimming gear, lawn chairs and lawn games. For more information, call (715) 546-2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PAST PRESIDENTS — Members of the Three Lakes Women’s Club honored their past presidents at a luncheon at Eagle Waters Resort last week. The past presidents included, front row from left, Betty Karow, Gloria Donavan and
Charlotte Jensen; back row, Nancy Bauer, Charmaine Petreikis and Carolyn Eaglesham. Missing from the photo were Doris Krause, Elizabeth Purtell and Jean Petras. —Photo By Jan Hintz
Rivers to™the People
Annual bazaar set June 27 The Women’s Fellowship of Union Congregational Church will host its annual Bazaar, Lunch and Bake Sale Wednesday, June 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will take place at the church, located on the corner of Forest and Superior streets in Three Lakes. The bazaar will feature a bake sale, handmade crafts and an opened grab bag table with items selling for as little as a quarter. The women will also sell brooms and cutlery. A lunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call Vi Kveck at (715) 546-3511.
NOTICE OF ROAD BIDS Town of Three Lakes, Oneida County
Advertisement for Bids — Preachers Point Road The town will accept sealed bids for Preachers Point Road work. Bids will be received until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, July 16, 2012. Specifications are available and must be reviewed with the Town Shop Foreman at 6921 Railroad Street, Three Lakes, (715) 546-3530. All bids should be titled “2012 Road Work Bid Preachers Point” and mailed to P.O. Box 565, Three Lakes, WI 54562, or dropped off at the Town Office located at 6965 W. School St. The Town Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept the bid that the Board believes will 2120 best serve the town’s interest.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS EAGLE RIVER SEGMENT OF THREE EAGLE TRAIL THREE EAGLE TRAIL FOUNDATION THREE LAKES, WISCONSIN
CLUB OFFICERS — The Three Lakes Women’s Club recently installed its 2012-’13 officers at a luncheon. The officers are, from left, First Vice President Rosie Obukowicz, President
Please note: This is a privately funded project. The Three Eagle Trail Foundation will receive sealed bids at 571 Bloom Road, Eagle River, WI 54521 for the construction of the Eagle River Segment of Three Eagle Trail until 2:00 p.m. July 18, 2012. At that time all bids will be opened and evaluated privately.
Jan Hintz, Treasurer Joanne Wargolet and Secretary Lois Grajkowski. Missing from the photo was Second Vice President Jackie Kuehn. —Contributed Photo
The work for which bids are asked includes the following: 2 Acres 2,000 C.Y. 3,000 C.Y. 4,200 C.Y. 2,000 C.Y. 655 L.F. 3 Acres
What’s New at the Library?
EDWARD U. DEMMER MEMORIAL LIBRARY THREE LAKES
Demmer Memorial Library recently added the following new adult fiction titles to its collection: “Wicked Business” by Janet Evanovich, “A Blaze of Glory” by Jeff Shaara, “The Far Side of the Sky” by Daniel Kalla, “The Search” by Shelley Shepard Gray, “The Summer House” by Marcia Willett, “Gone Missing” by Linda Castillo, “The Risk Agent” by Ridley Pearson, “To Win Her Heart” by Karen Witemeyer and “So Far Away” by Meg Mitchell Moore. The library will hold an educational program presented by Trees For Tomorrow Wednesday, June 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the lower level of the library. Call 715-479-4421
An educator from Trees For Tomorrow will provide information about owls in Wisconsin, show animal artifacts and share recorded owl vocalizations. The program will cover characteristics of owls and include an introduction to Orion, a live great horned owl
that lives at Trees For Tomorrow. No registration is required for this free event. 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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Connect to Three Lakes - 2012 A Networking Expo Thursday, July 12 — 5-9 p.m. Three Lakes School Gym Looking to grow your business? Interested in relocating to Three Lakes? Want to learn how to use Facebook or Skype? • • • • •
Exhibitors include businesses and service organizations School tours and classroom technology presentations Facebook, Skype, Twitter, LinkedIn & Pinterest presentations Mobile device presentations Learn the latest broadband options Hosted by Three Lakes Economic Development Subcommittee Questions? Call Kelly 715-546-3316
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The BIDDING DOCUMENTS may be examined at the offices of MSA Professional Services, Inc., Baraboo, Madison and Rhinelander, Wisconsin; the Three Eagle Trail Foundation, Inc.; Green Bay Builder’s Exchange, Green Bay, Wisconsin; BXWI-Fox Valley Plan Room LLC, Appleton, Wisconsin; La Crosse Builders Exchange, La Crosse, Wisconsin; Kingsford Builders Exchange, Iron Mountain, Michigan; and Wausau Builders Exchange, Wausau, Wisconsin. Planholders list will be updated daily on our web address at www.msa-ps.com under Bids. An updated planholders list will be mailed with any and all addenda. No planholders list will be faxed. Copies of the BIDDING DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the office of MSA Professional Services, Inc., 1835 N. Stevens Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501, upon receipt of a nonrefundable fee of $50 for a half size (11" x 17") set of plans. Bidding documents in electronic portable display format (PDF) will be provided on a single compact disk for a nonrefundable fee of $25. No proposal will be accepted unless accompanied by a certified check or bid bond equal to at least 5% of the amount bid, payable to the OWNER as a guarantee that, if the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and file the proper contract and bond within 15 days after the award of the contract. The certified check or bid bond will be returned to the bidder as soon as the contract is signed, and if after 15 days the bidder shall fail to do so, the certified check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the OWNER as liquidated damages. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. Note that State and Federal Wage Rates do not apply for this project. Award of the contract will be based on the best interests of the project. This may or may not be based on the low price. The Owner at his option can award the contract on the basis of qualifications and/or price. OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Published by the authority of the Three Eagle Trail Foundation, Inc. CONSULTING ENGINEER: MSA Professional Services, Inc. 1835 N. Stevens Street Rhinelander, WI 54501 Jim Bollmann, P.E. 715-362-3244
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012
VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS
Classifieds published here are those received too late for our Trader deadline, which is 10 a.m. Thursday. -----------------------------------------------EAGLE RIVER PROPERTIES, EAGLE RIVER, WI, EHO. Applications being taken for 2-bdrm. units. Must meet certain income limits for qualification of rental assistance. References, credit and criminal background checks required. Contact (715) 479-9688 or (218) 6280311. 1708-tfcL -----------------------------------------------ADVANCED ROOFING: 10% spring discount, tear offs, reroofs, new construction. Free estimates, fully insured, quality work guaranteed! (715) 614-6140. 3p-2955-26L -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: ’07 Dodge Charger Hemi, $21,500; ’98 Polaris PWC, 700 twin w/trailer, $1,800; ’95 SeaDoo PWC, 700cc w/trailer, $1,750; ’94 Yamaha PWC, no trailer, $900; ’05 Starcraft Slide-in 6' camper, like new, $4,500; Wisconsin/Lincoln portable welder, $450 obo. Call (715) 479-6900. 3169-tfcL -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Harley-Davidson 1990 Ultra Classic Tour Glide, new tires, 65,000 mi., $5,500. (715) 547-3448. 4p-3207-15L -----------------------------------------------FOR RENT: Three Lakes, spacious newly remodeled 2-bdrm. apt. Includes built-in dishwasher, new maple cabinets, above-range microwave, refrig., stove, washer, dryer, natural gas high-efficiency furnace & water heater, central air, hardwood maple floors, bathroom all ceramic tile. $575/mo. (715) 8917396. 3229-tfcL -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Floe aluminum personal watercraft lift, $725; ShoreMaster aluminum boat lift, 3,600-lb. capacity, canopy, $3,700. (815) 398-5667. 2p3361-15L -----------------------------------------------ADVANCED ROOFING: Quality work guaranteed. Tear offs, reroofs, new construction. Free estimates, fully insured, quality work guaranteed! (715) 614-6140. 4p-3359-17L -----------------------------------------------FARRIER: Professional, reliable hoof care. Contact Steve Packard, (715) 630-0298 or email@example.com. Graduate of the Oklahoma School of Horseshoeing. References available upon request. 2p-3348-15L -----------------------------------------------FOR RENT: 4-bdrm., 3-bath home on North Twin Lake, level frontage, 2-car garage, fenced yard, recently renovated. $1,150 per month plus utilities. (715) 617-5887. 2p-334615L -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Ford F-250 Lariat 2004 4x4 crew cab, diesel, original owner, 47,300 original mi., mint condition, $4,000 below Blue Book at $24,200. (715) 479-7455. 2p-3425-16 -----------------------------------------------BIG TOOL & HARDWARE SALE: Over 1,000 items, Thurs., Fri., Sat. & Sun. at Mollyville, 7630 Hwy. 45, 3 miles north of Three Lakes. 1p-341315 -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Posey bed alarm, $50; transport chair, $60; bedrails, $50; elevated toilet seat, $20. Multipleitem discount. (715) 479-4357. 1p3431-15
-----------------------------------------------GARAGE SALE: Fri., June 29, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sat., June 30, noon to 4 p.m. Weedeaters, lawn mowers, leaf blower, Troy-Bilt chipper, furniture, way too much to list, all clean & good shape. Most items half-off on Sat. Don’t miss it. 4040 Monheim Rd. between Hwy. 17 & County K. East, Conover. 1p-3415-15 -----------------------------------------------GARAGE SALE: Fri., June 29 & Sat., June 30, 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. & Sun., July 1, 8 a.m.-noon. AMF Zuma sailboat, air conditioner, old skis & poles, old fishing reels & rods, hunting coat, ski jacket & pants, vinyl records, VCR tapes, music box toys, wall decorations, stuffed toys, furniture, baby crib, table umbrella, ice fishing rods & tipups, Bentwood rocker, ceiling exhaust fan, air compressor, some fly tying, camp stove, weather vane, lightning rod, ice fishing sled, pet cage, dog bed, shadow box frames, TV antenna & rotor, wood bread box, desk lamps, 20-ft. pier, much more, big sale. 3506 Deerskin Rd., E.R. 1p-3414-15 -----------------------------------------------M U LT I FA M I LY YA R D S A L E : Antiques, furniture, household & office items. Fri., June 29 & Sat., June 30, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 8044 County Rd. K and Camp 2 Rd., Star Lake. 1p-3418-15 -----------------------------------------------RUMMAGE SALE: Fri., June 29 & Sat., June 30, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. 4021 Monheim Rd. Ranch oak dressers & cabinets, antique farm items, old tools, 36-40 Ford automotive parts, well pump & tank, household & other misc. items. 1p-3420-15 -----------------------------------------------STORAGE UNIT SALE: Sat., June 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Dressers, dining sets, end tables, chairs, old rocking horses, lamps, shelves, pictures, antiques and much miscellaneous. By old Cranberry Products, Eagle River, building east of fairgrounds on Hwy. 70. 1p-3419-15 -----------------------------------------------GARAGE SALE: Fri., Sat. & Sun., June 29-July 1, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Rain or shine, four families. 4450 Chain O’ Lakes Rd., Lot 2, E.R. Follow signs. 1p-3422-15 -----------------------------------------------ESTATE & BASS & MUSKY FISHING ACCESSORIES SALE: Many estate items, 100s of new fishing lures in pkgs., 1000s of misc. fishing baits & accessories, new rods & reels (unused). Sat., June 30, 8 a.m.noon only! No early buyers, please! 4320 Otter Lake Rd., E.R., Morey Rd. and Otter Lake Rd. 1p-3421-15 -----------------------------------------------GARAGE SALE: Defender room air cleaner, used little, half price; small Honda garden cultivator; beautiful 100-year-old high chair; Champion juicer; antiques; collectibles; starts June 28. 307 N. First St., Eagle River. 1p-3427-15 -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Builder overstock, NEVER OPENED, 6' sliding patio door, Marvin Integrity line, from exterior: left panel slides, pebble clay exterior, wood interior, handle set included, cost $1,500, yours for $800. Delivery in E.R. for $50. Installation in E.R. for additional $250 (excluding any necessary materials). (715) 891-6135, leave message. 1p-3426-15
-----------------------------------------------GARAGE SALE: Farmhouse table with six wooden chairs, vintage copper pots, pottery, household, exercise equipment, x-country skis, vintage dolls. Sat., June 30, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 1415 Adams Rd., E.R. (near airport). 1p-3429-15 -----------------------------------------------GARAGE SALE: Sat., June 30, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. New items, lower prices, Delta drill press, ATV plow, pools, duck boat, snowmobile, picnic table, books, toys, south of Conover, 3856 Hwy. 45. 1p-3432-16 -----------------------------------------------HELP WANTED: Part-time summer help needed for local bookstore. Must be able to work nights & weekends, prefer person who has retail experience and has knowledge of books. Apply at Book World, Eagle River, 114 E. Wall St. 2p-3424-16 -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: 50 ft. x 4 ft. aluminum pier includes all braces, pads & poles. $600. (972) 890-7518. 2p3417-16 -----------------------------------------------OLSON LIBRARY: LET’S BUILD! See our video, follow us on Facebook. www.olsonlibraryfoundation. org. 1p-3416-15 -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Lift chair, 4 months new, color is brown, $500. Love seat, excellent condition, $50. (715) 4791595. 2p-3428-16
-----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Counted x-stitch, floor stand/scroll bars, tabletop book holders, floss/organizers, magazines & books, Adia cloths plus much more. $125 takes all. Bring truck. (715) 542-3508. 1p-3423-15 -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: Meat slicer, store grade from the 50s, porcelain,slices good, $200 obo; Craftsman 10" table saw, $250. Call (715) 542-4124. 1p-341215 -----------------------------------------------FOR SALE: New — Daisy 840 and 880 pump air rifles for sale, retail for $70 and $75, selling for $25 and $30; youth safety glasses, $2.50/pair; 12 air rifles with safety glasses and gun racks for $350. Call Rod Whitehead, (715) 545-2279. 2p-3430-16
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PUBLIC NOTICE _____________ (One Week 6/27/12) REGULAR BOARD MEETING Monday, April 23, 2012 The regular meeting of the Northland Pines Board of Education was called to order by President Jim Mulleady at six-othree p.m. (6:03 p.m.), on Monday, April 23, 2012, at the Northland Pines High School in the Large Group Instruction Room, Eagle River.The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.Present were Board members: Mark Vander Bloomen; Holly McCormack; John Sarama; Jim Mulleady; Eric Neff and Mike Jovanovic.Mike Sealander was absent.Quorum was established.Also present were Mike Richie, District Administrator; Margo Smith, Business Manager; Scott Foster, Elementary Principal/Director of Technology; Jim Brewer, High School Principal; Josh Tilley, Dean of Students; Jackie Coghlan, Middle School Principal; Matt Spets, Elementary Principal; Maggie Peterson, Director of Pupil Services/Instruction; Dave Bohnen & Fritz Crall, Building & Grounds Supervisors; Brian Margelofsky, Activities Director; and Susie Block, Recording Secretary. There were 40 citizens in attendance. Open Meeting Verification – Jim Mulleady stated that the meeting had been duly called with meeting notices posted at the following locations: 1. The Northland Pines High School and Middle School in Eagle River 2. The Northland Pines Elementary Schools in Eagle River, Land O’Lakes and St. Germain 3. The Vilas County Courthouse - Eagle River 4. The Eagle River City Hall 5. Additional notice has been given: I. The Vilas County News Review-Eagle River II. WERL/WRJO Radio Station-Eagle River III. The Rhinelander Daily NewsRhinelander IV. WHDG Radio Station-Rhinelander Approval of Agenda - MOTION by Eric Neff that the Board approves the agendaas presented and leaves the order to the discretion of the Chair. Second by John Sarama. Voice vote 6-0. Motion carried. Madison Trip report – Gretchen Yagow, 4th Grade teacher, and an elementary student did a report and video presentation for the Board on the recent 4th grade trip to the Capitol.They thanked the Board and Dr. Richie for allowing them to go on this 4th grade trip. Oath of Office - Eric Neff, Holly McCormack and John Sarama were elected to the school board on April 3, 2012.The Oath of Office was administered to them by Jim Mulleady, President. Organization of the Board (Election of Officers) • John Sarama nominated Jim Mulleady as President.There were no other nominations. Voice vote 5-0. Jim Mulleady abstained. Motion carried. Jim Mulleady is President. • Holly McCormack nominated Mike Sealander as Vice President.There were no other nominations.Voice vote 6-0.Motion carried. Mike Sealander is Vice President. • Eric Neff nominated John Sarama as Clerk. There were no other nominations. Voice vote 5-0. John Sarama abstained. Motion carried. John Sarama is Clerk. • Mark Vander Bloomen nominated Holly McCormack as Treasurer.There were no other nominations. Voice vote 5-0. Holly McCormack abstained. Motion carried. Holly McCormack is Treasurer. • Holly McCormack nominated Eric Neff as Deputy Clerk.There were no other nominations. Voice vote 5-0. Eric Neff abstained. Motion carried. Eric Neff is Deputy Clerk. Appointments by Board President Jim Mulleady: WASB Delegate: Mark Vander Bloomen; WASBALTERNATE: Eric Neff; WIAA Representative: Mike Jovanovic; CESA Representative: Eric Neff. Board Committees were established: Finance Committee - Chairperson, Mike Jovanovic; Members - John Sarama & Mark Vander Bloomen Personnel Committee- Chairperson, Holly McCormack; Members -Eric Neff & Mike Jovanovic Policy, Curriculum & Education Committee: Chairperson, Mike Sealander; Jim Mulleady & Holly McCormack Public Participation – Sydney Moustakis spoke in support of retaining Al Moustakis as Head Girls’ Hockey Coach. Minutes of Past Meetings – MOTION by John Sarama that the Board dispenses with the reading of the Regular Meeting Minutes of March 26, 2012, and the Board approves the minutes and closed session minutes as presented. Second by Holly McCormack. Voice vote 5-0.Mike Jovanovic abstained. Motion carried. Board Committee Reports/Communications • Staff member of the month – Jason Foster. Jason epitomizes what it means to be a teacher and mentor. He has excellent rapport with all students and has distinguished himself as a true leader in and out of the classroom. Mr. Foster transitioned extremely well into a new and rewarding position working with the cognitively disabled students. He has been instrumental in helping those students learn the educational fundamentals to be successful.He has also worked very hard to unify all students at Northland Pines. Besides being a caring and patient teacher, Mr. Foster has dedicated his after school hours to working with students of all ages and abilities to become better athletes and people.He regularly leads a large contingent of students in the weight room pumping iron and doing plyometrics so they can become “Bigger, Faster, and Stronger”. He has helped the football players gain regional and national recruiting attention, which has resulted in a number of student athletes getting the opportunity to showcase their talent at the collegiate level.Congratulations to Jason on this well deserved honor.He is a great asset to our district and he truly deserves this award! • Mike Jovanovic reported the Finance Committee meeting minutes were distributed in the board packet. • Jim Mulleady reported the Policy, Curriculum & Education Committee meeting minutes were distributed in the board packet.
Administrators’ Reports Mike Richie reported on the following topics: • Charter School Planning Grant Application submitted to the Department of Public Instruction April 16, 2012 • Statewide referendum results from R.W. Baird, Inc. • Education reform in Wisconsin • Scholarship & Awards Night May 7, 2012 • Governor Walker’s visit scheduled for April 24, 2012 • Chinese & American junior scientists visit July 20, 2012 – August 9, 2012 Principals’/Director’s Reports Scott Foster reported on the Internet & Technology Safety course that will be offered on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. Foster encouraged parents and students grade 6 and up to attend. Matt Spets reported on Channel 12 filming at Eagle River Elementary and commended everyone who assisted with the Madison trip for the 4th graders. Jim Brewer commended Brandon Bautz on the recent Band trip to Florida. Brewer also said that Prom had the highest attendance ever this year and he commended Karen Rauer and Teresa Caramanidis for the great job they did with the entire Prom event. Josh Tilley reported the Forensics Team went to state last weekend and returned with 3 bronzes, 4 silvers and 6 golds.Tilley reported the students did phenomenal performances. Maggie Peterson reported on a company called Custom Education Solutions. Jackie Coghlan reported that the Middle School had Girl Power Night on April 13th and Tim Gaffney took glamour shot pictures of the girls.Coghlan commended the staff members who helped with food and remained all night to chaperone this event.Coghlan is working on visits with 5th graders for their transition to 6th grade which includes scheduling shadow days for 5th graders to attend classes for a day with 6th graders. Discussion/Action Items: Payment of Bills – MOTION by John Sarama that the Board approves the payment of bills according to the summary check register as presented in the amount of $966,482.65. Second by Mike Jovanovic. Voice vote 6-0.Motion carried. Teacher Contracts for 2012-2013 MOTION by Eric Neff that the Board approves the issue of teacher contracts for the 2012-2013 school year. Second by Holly McCormack.Voice vote 6-0. Motion carried. Staffing 2012-2013 – Staffing will be discussed in closed session due to nonrenewal of some individual contracts; these non-renewals are due to low student numbers in some sections/classes and are not related to the district’s budget. Managed Services Contract – MOTION by Eric Neff that the Board approves the contract for Managed Services with Heartland Business Systems, Inc. Second by Holly McCormack.Voice vote 6-0.Motion carried. Resignations – MOTION by Eric Neff that the Board accepts the resignation of Sue Chrisinger effective at the end of the 20112012 school year.Second by Holly McCormack. Voice vote 6-0. Motion carried. 66:03 Agreements – MOTION by Mark Vander Bloomen that the Board approves the 66:03 agreement with the Three Lakes School District.Second by Holly McCormack. Voice vote 6-0.Motion carried. Open Enrollment Exception Applications approval or denial -There were no exception applications received this month for consideration; therefore, no action was needed on this item. Executive Session – MOTION by Jim Mulleady that the Board adjourns to executive session in accordance with Chapter 19, Sub-Chapter IV, pursuant to s. 19.85(1)(c)(f) of the Wisconsin Statutes to discuss administrative contracts; certified staff contracts; food service contract/ employees; non-renewal of Girls’ Hockey coaching contract; non-renewal/ layoff of certified staff member/contract; and student discipline: (c) Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility. (f) Considering financial, medical, social or personal histories or disciplinary data of specific persons, preliminary consideration of specific personnel problems or the investigation of charges against specific persons except where par. (b) applies which, if discussed in public, would be likely to have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any person referred to in such histories or data, or involved in such problems or investigations. Second by Mike Jovanovic.Roll call vote: Mark Vander Bloomen, yes; Holly McCormack, yes; John Sarama, yes;Jim Mulleady, yes; Eric Neff, yes; Mike Jovanovic, yes. Motion carried. Mike Richie and Susie Block left the meeting. John Sarama took motions and notes for the remainder of the meeting. Reconvene to Open Session - MOTION by John Sarama that the Board reconvenes to open session to take such action as the Board deems appropriate, following consideration given in executive session. Second by Mike Jovanovic. Voice vote 6-0. Motion carried. Administrative Contracts MOTION by Holly McCormack that the Board approves the administrative contracts for2011-2013.Second by Eric Neff.Voice vote 5-0.Jim Mulleady abstained. Motion carried. Food Service Employees MOTION by Mark Vander Bloomen that the Board approves that food service employees currently employed by Northland Pines School District will be employed by Taher effective August 1, 2012.Second by Mike Jovanovic. Voice vote 6-0.Motion carried. Adjournment MOTION by Mark Vander Bloomen that the Board adjourns.Second by Holly McCormack.Voice vote 6-0. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 9:40 p.m. 2117
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Newly elected town board member Marv Anderson, was appointed to lead the Finance Committee by Chairman Walter Camp. The first meeting was June 7 with members Boyd Best, Marion Janssen and Tom Martens present. John Vojta had an excused absence. “We should be meeting monthly to discuss the town’s finances so we can give good advice and counsel to the town board,” said Anderson. “The committee should be proactive rather than reactive.” “The committee is reactive when it is asked to find money or arrange loans to pay for necessary projects, and proactive when it is involved in general and capital expenditure
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budgeting so that funds are available when needed,” continued Anderson. A review of the town’s invoice approval process and items needing clarification were addressed as well as how the committee could assist the town board when it comes to capital expenditure budgeting. Focus was placed on the role and responsibility of the Public Works Committee to maintain town property. Town Treasurer Janssen summarized the need for capital budgeting. “I’ve always looked at official maintenance as one of the biggest goals of our town,” said Janssen. “We may need a roof on this building in a few years. We have not set money aside
for a roof. We had a playground that fell apart and we had to spend money to build a new one,” continued Janssen. “We have a pavilion over there that was not taken care of and we had to build a new one. We have a red brick schoolhouse that was not taken care of and now it’s falling apart. Our town has been very lax in maintenance,” said Janssen. “Part of our responsibility is to maintain what we have and keep it in good repair.” Anderson agreed, “This is often a struggle in the public sector to find where the budget will be cut so other projects can be undertaken.” “The roads is another major area the town needs to
be cognizant of and keep up on if at all possible, within reason. We are the town and we need to ask how and when we can start to build up funds for repairs and maintenance, even if it takes years,” Anderson stated. “I don’t presume to think that we have the solutions, but we have to find ways to provide a start so we will have funds to do what needs to be done. It doesn’t make sense to me to borrow money every time we have to do something.” The committee resolved to meet monthly and placed a review of the room tax budget and expenditure items on the next agenda. The next meeting will be June 28 at 5 p.m.
Christensen and his wife, Hazel, donated the second sign for the St. Germain Golf Club, allowing it to be seen from both directions while traveling on Highway 70 in St. Germain.
Under new leadership, PrimeTimers has organized and will judge this year’s Fourth of July parade in St. Germain. Dual honorees have been selected as marshals for this year’s parade. Mark Hiller and Lee Christensen were recently chosen by the town board. Hiller, a local businessman, has been involved in community projects such as the Bike and Hike Trail in summer, and winter activities including the Snowmobile Radar Races in February. Christensen recently retired from service on the town board. He has served on the Golf Course Committee, the Cemetery Committee and other town organizations.
Marion Janssen, town treasurer, nominated Christensen for co-marshal of the parade. “For years Lee and his family walked the Independence Day parade route collecting donations for the evening’s fireworks display,” said Janssen. “He also placed containers in local businesses for fireworks donations.” “Lee worked hard to make the fireworks display one of the finest in the North Woods,” concluded Janssen.
Anne Small to head ‘Bike and Hike’ panel
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. Homedelivered 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.
Chamber of Commerce, has been asked by Town Chairman Walt Camp to put the committee together. She is seeking four volunteers to provide leadership for this committee. Meetings will be once a month at a date and place to be determined. Call Small for information or to volunteer at (715) 6143711.
The St. Germain Bike and Hike Committee, has named Anne Small as the new chairperson of a subcommittee of the Public Works Committee. The new committee will advise and provide input on issues surrounding the trail and its maintenance, safety concerns and future expansion. Small, the events coordinator for the St. Germain
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Church plans pizza buffet Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church scholarship committee will have a pizza buffet Saturday, June 30, at the church from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Cost will be $7.50 per adult, $5 for children 10 and younger and children younger than 3 will be free.
Freedom 5K set July 4 St. Germain’s Independence Day celebration will begin with the Freedom 5K Fun Run. This year’s event is scheduled for Sunday, July 1, at St. Germain Town Park. Race day registration will begin at 7:15 a.m. in the park pavilion. The gun will fire at 8:30 a.m. to commence the run, followed by a 1-kilometer kids’ race at 9:15 a.m. The course begins on the blacktop surface at the pavilion, and continues onto an off-road trail run. Trophies are awarded to the top male and female 5K runners, with medals for the top finishers in eight age divisions. There are also trophies for the first-place boy and girl youth runners, and participation ribbons for all in the 1K kids run. Gold sponsors include Eagle Waste & Recycling, Marshfield Clinic, St. Germain Chamber of Commerce and the McGill family. Silver sponsors are the Fath families, Ministry Health Care, Roundy’s Pick ‘n’ Save, SonicNet and Waldmann Construction. Proceeds from the race benefit the St. Germain Bike and Hike trail. In its seven years, the event has raised more than $16,000 for trail construction and maintenance. For more information or registration, go to freedom5k. org. _____________ Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it or work around it. Michael Jordan
Plum Lake Woman’s Club members, from left, Janice DeWitt, President Alice Grosskreuz,
Elsie Turner and Lillian Crall display the 2012 challenge block quilt. —Contributed Photo
Plum Lake Woman’s Club presents ‘Petticoats to Pants’ The Plum Lake Woman’s Club will present “Petticoats to Pants” Tuesday, July 17, at the Sayner Community Building. There will be a salad luncheon and a fashion show
featuring historical clothing from the 1800s and beyond. Doors open at 11 a.m. with lunch served at noon, and the show will begin at 1 p.m. Tickets will be $15. There will be raffles, and the completed 2012 challenge block
quilt will be on display with tickets $1 each or six for $5. Contact Ginny Wissing at (715) 542-2030 or send a selfaddressed stamped envelope to Plum Lake Woman’s Club, 3159 Lost Lake Drive N., St. Germain, WI 54558.
plays to simply a hat and a smile, everyone is welcome to join this year’s parade in Sayner. No advance registration is required to enter a float or to march in the parade. On July 4, participants should report to Kurtzweil Drive at 2 p.m. to get into the parade line which will commence approximately at 3 p.m
Sayner’s Chamber of Commerce President Carole Froelich announced the 2012 Fourth of July parade theme, “Hats off to YOU, America!” The chamber encourages everyone from the community to join in the Independence Day celebration. “Because we are striving to get more participation from the community, we chose a theme that everybody could easily utilize for a representation of a business or even as individuals,” said Froelich. From elaborate float dis-
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11 a.m. to 3 p.m. - Food, Games & a Trout Pond in the park Noon to 5 p.m. - Firemen’s BBQ 8 p.m. thru fireworks display - Patriotic Sounds of America Show (sound show on CD) presented by Doug “Wolfman” Knapp
7 p.m. - FREE WATER SKI SHOW Plum Lake
Dusk - Fireworks, Industrial Park/Soccer Field, downtown Sayner
Owners of Northern Exchange in St. Germain gather for a day of celebration with furry and neighborhood friends. Pictured are, front row
from left, owners Neal and Lisa Thomas; back row from left, Eric Janssen, Todd Stagge and Rick Kubacki. —Photo By Wally Geist
Northern Exchange hosts customer appreciation days Northern Exchange feed store celebrated its first year in business by hosting customer appreciation days at the store on Highway 70, east of St. Germain. Owners Neal and Lisa Thomas, of Linden, provided free lunch, pony rides, and a petting farm with chickens, pigs and kittens Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 1517.
Door prizes featuring products from the store were awarded to customers. Prizes included wooden bird feeders, birdseed and homemade jellies. Northern Exchange carries a line of pet food as well as bedding and food for farm animals. Also for sale at Northern Exchange are chickens for eating, chickens for laying eggs and pigs.
Information on pet supplies, feed and grain may be obtained by calling the store at (715) 479-2666.
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These events have been coordinated by the following organizations: Food, music, parade — Plum Lake Volunteer Fire Department, Sayner/Star Lake Chamber Fireworks — Sayner/Star Lake Lions Club Sounds of America — Plum Lake Emergency Medical Services This promotional advertisement has been paid for by the following businesses:
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Share Your Talent seeks a variety of performers The kickoff for Share Your Talent will be Thursday, July 5, at 5 p.m. in the market day lot in downtown Land O’ Lakes. Anyone interested in participating is welcome to share their poetry, song, stories, instruments, dance, magic, acting and the like on the outdoor stage. A sign-up sheet will be available at the door. All ages are welcome to perform and watch the show. Those younger than 14 must be accompanied by an adult. A keyboard, microphone, music stand, electricity and speakers will be avail-
DONATION – Al Jablonowski, left, Wisconsin Energy Foundation field operation supervisor, presented a check to members Ursala Charafe, middle, and Jim Reiels, of the Northwoods Singers, contributing to the choir’s yearly concert performances. —Photo By Jill James
Movies, magic and comedy scheduled at local library Land O’ Lakes Public Library will host its monthly movie afternoon Friday, July 13, at 1 p.m. The movie “Joyful Noise” starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton will be shown. The library will continue to offer computer training with participation-driven classes Thursday afternoons at 1 p.m. and one-on-one
Land O’ Lakes Senior Citizen Nutrition Menu Meals for seniors 60 and older are available Tuesdays and Thursdays at Gateway Lodge, 4103 Hwy. B. Meals are served at 11:30 a.m. 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 pay. Suggested donation is $4. For reservations, contact Anna Moore, site manager, 24 hours in advance at (715) 547-6076.
training Friday afternoons. Sign-up is at the front desk for the Friday classes. The library also will offer children’s programs in July. Jeff McMullen, graduate of Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus College, will show his comedy, tricks and stunts Tuesday, July 3, at 10 a.m. Magician Jim Mitchell will return Wednesday, July 11, at 10 a.m. performing magic tricks with his rescued birds and comedy at Land O’ Lakes Elementary School.
able. Those playing an instrument must take bring their own cord if they wish to be amplified. Performers are asked to keep their performances to no longer than 10 to 15 minutes. This event will take place each Thursday at 5 p.m. through the middle of August. In case of rain, it will be moved to the pavilion behind the museum. The event will be canceled for cold weather. Spectators are reminded to take their own chairs and water. For more information, contact Mery Krause at (906) 544-2554.
Kazoo Band seeks members for the 4th of July parade The Land O’ Lakes Kazoo Band is looking for participants to march in the Land O’ Lakes 4th of July parade. There will be a practice session Saturday, June 30, at 10 a.m. at the ice rink in downtown Land O’ Lakes, behind the town hall. Three patriotic songs and marching in rows will be practiced and will last for one
hour. Kazoos will be provided with a $2 fee. Participants should bring water and comfortable shoes to march in. Participation is for those 12 and older. For more information, contact Mery Krause at MeryKrause@mac.com (906) 544-2554, or Yvonne Stone at YvonneStone@me.com (906) 544-2674.
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By virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above-entitled action on February 24, 2012, I will sell at public auction on the front steps of the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wisconsin, on Thursday, September 6, 2012, at 2:00 p.m., all of the following described mortgaged premises, to-wit: Lot twenty-six (26) of the recorded plat of Hegemann’s Subdivision No. 2 located in the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section Eight, Township Fortyone North, Range Ten East, township of Conover, Vilas County, Wisconsin. Property Address: 4168 Hegemann Road, Conover, Wisconsin Tax Key No: PL 26, Computer #008-767 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. Dated at Eagle River, Wisconsin, this 21st day of June, 2012. Frank Tomlanovich Sheriff of Vilas County, WI Talsky & Talsky, S.C. Attorneys for Plaintiff 7001 West Edgerton Avenue Greenfield, WI 53220 Phone (414) 421-7070 Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices 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 obtained will be used for that purpose. 2119
_____________ (Three Weeks, 6/27-7/11/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 09-CV-17 ____________________________________ Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas as Trustee for RALI 2006QS11, Plaintiff, vs. Gail J. Erickson, Steven F. Erickson and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. acting solely as nominee for Homecomings Financial Network, Inc., Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on January 27, 2012 in the amount of $1,217,556.74, the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: TIME: August 2, 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: Parcel 1 A parcel of land located in part of Government Lot Five (5), Section Twenty-five (25), Township Forty-one (41) North, Range Nine (9) East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Township of Conover, Vilas County, Wisconsin, more accurately described as follows: Commencing at the East ¼ corner of said Section 25, marked by a Vilas County brass capped concrete monument in place; thence South 88°00'45"West, 2626.44 feet to the C ¼ corner marked by an iron pipe; thence South 01°05'09" East along the North/South ¼ line, 400.07 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 88°00'45" West, along a line 400 feet South of and parallel with the East/West ¼ line, 357.98 feet to an iron pipe, the Place of Beginning. Thence South 01°05'09" East, 200.00 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 88°00'45" West, 236.20 feet to an iron pipe; thence North 02°00'00" West, 11.03 feet to an iron pipe; thence North 77°42'56" West, 45.55 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 74°39'43" West, 68.67 feet to an iron pipe near the Easterly shore of Hunter Lake; thence meandering along said shore North 12°34'53" East, 200.00 feet to an iron pipe; thence leaving said shoreline North 88°00'45" East, along a line 400feet South of and parallel with the East/West ¼ line, 300.00 feet to the place of beginning, including lands between the meander line and the water’s edge. Parcel 2 All of Government Lot Five (5), Section Twenty-five (25), Township Forty-one (41) North, Range Nine (9) East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Conover Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin. Excepting therefrom, however the North 400.00 feet of the above described Lot 5. ALSO Excepting therefrom the following: That parcel of land described in Volume 619 Records, page 124 as Document No. 282814. That parcel of land described in Volume 1567, page 255 as Document No. 466827. Parcel 3 A parcel of land located in part of Government Lot Five (5), Section Twenty-five (25), Township Forty-one (41) North, Range Nine (9) East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Township of Conover, Vilas County, Wisconsin, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the South ¼ corner of said Section 25 marked by a brass-capped iron pipe; thence N 00°15'51" E along the North-South ¼ line for a distance of 1316.18 feet to the Center-South 1/16 corner marked by an iron pipe; thence continuing along the North-South ¼ line N 00°14'32" E for a distance of 916.22 feet to an iron pipe; the Place of Beginning, thence S 89°19'46" W for a distance of 20.00 feet to an iron pipe; thence N 00°14'32" E for a distance of 84.59 feet to an iron pipe; thence S 46°12'08" E for a distance of 27.60 feet to an iron pipe on the North-South ¼ line; thence S 00°14'32" W along said North-South ¼ line for a distance of 65.25 feet to the place of beginning. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 5694 Hunter Cove Lane, Conover, WI 54519 GRAY & ASSOCIATES, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff 16345 West Glendale Drive New Berlin, WI 53151 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. 2111
PUBLIC NOTICE (Three Weeks, 6/27-7/11/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 12-CV-2 Case Code 30404 -Foreclosure ____________________________________ FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORP., C/O PYRAMAX BANK, as servicing agent, Plaintiff, vs. THOMAS E. WINSLOW and DONNA J. WINSLOW, Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ____________________________________
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(Six Weeks, 6/20-725/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11-CV-381 Code No. 30404 Foreclosure of Mortgage Dollar Amount Greater Than $5,000.00 ____________________________________ JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, successor in interest by purchase from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver for Washington Mutual Bank, f/k/a Washington Mutual Bank, FA, Plaintiff, vs. FLORIAN J. GUSKI LIVING TRUST NO. 1 c/o Florian J. Guski, as Trustee; and FLORIAN J. GUSKI and JANE DOE, unknown spouse of Florian J. Guski; and NORTHWEST BANK OF ROCKFORD; and BMO HARRIS BANK, N.A. f/k/a Harris, N.A., as the assignee of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as the receiver for Amcore Bank, N.A., and RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY BANK, Defendants. ____________________________________ AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on February 16, 2012, in the amount of $239,006.79, the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows:. TIME: August 2, 2012 at 2:00 o’clock p.m. TERMS: 1. 10% down in cash or certified funds 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. 3. Buyer to pay applicable Wisconsin Real Estate Transfer Tax. PLACE: Vilas County Courthouse, located at 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wisconsin. DESCRIPTION: A parcel of land in Government Lot (1) in Section Seventeen (17), in Township Forty (40) North, Range Five (5) East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Lac du Flambeau Township, Vilas County, Wisconsin, being Parcel B shown on Map No. 95-03 by Wilderness Surveying Inc., dated February 13, 1995, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the corner common to Section 8, 9 16 and 17, marked by a G.L.O. brass capped iron pipe; thence South 89̊ 46' 00" West for a distance of 1322.48 feet to the Northwest corner of Government Lot 1, being the East 16th corner; thence South 00˚ 41' 55" East for distance of 1570.69 feet along the West line of Government Lot 1 to the Meander corner, marked by a well point near the northerly shore of Crawling Stone Lake; thence meandering along the lake South 86˚ 34' 15" East for a distance of 25.07 feet to the place of beginning, marked by an iron pipe; thence continuing along the lake South 86̊ 34' 15" East for a distance of 200.52 feet to an iron pipe; thence North 00̊ 41' 55" West for a distance of 316.38 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 89̊ 16' 09" West for a distance of 200.0 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 00̊ 41' 55" East for a distance of 301.83 feet to the place of beginning. The above lateral lot lines extend to the shore of Crawling Stone Lake, inclusive the land lying between the lakeshore baseline and the water’s edge. AND A parcel of land in Government Lot One (1) Section Seventeen (17) in Township Forty (40) North, Range Five (5) East, Lac Du Flambeau Township Vilas County, Wisconsin, being the “Deed Overlap Area” shown on Map No. 95-03 by Wilderness Surveying, Inc., dated February 13, 1995 more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the corner common to Section 8, Section 9, Section 16 and Section 17 marked by a G.L.O. brass capped
iron pipe; thence South 89̊ 46' 00" West for a distance of 1322.48 feet to the Northwest corner of Government Lot 1, being the East 16th Corner; thence South 00̊ 41' 55" East for a distance of 1203.52 feet along the West line of Government Lot 1 to the place of beginning, being at an intersection with the Southerly right of way of Rohrbacher Lane; thence along said Southerly right of way line of Rohrbacher Lane, along a curve to the right, having a radius of 865.93 feet and an arc length of 153.29 feet, being subtended by a chord of South 78̊ 05' 16" East for a distance of 153.09 feet; thence continuing along said Southerly right of way line South 73̊ 00' 58" East for a distance of 79.35 feet; thence South 00̊ 41' 55" East for a distance of 9.49 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 89̊ 16' 09" West for a distance of 225.0 feet to an iron pipe on the West line of Government Lot 1; thence along said West line of Government Lot 1 North 00̊ 41' 55" West for a distance of 67.15 feet to the place of beginning. PROPERTY ADDRESS:2147 Rohrbacher Lane, Town of Lac du Flambeau. TAX KEY NO.: 10-1110 Frank Tomlanovich Sheriff of Vilas County, WI O’DESS AND ASSOCIATES, S.C. Attorneys for Plaintiff 1414 Underwood Avenue, Suite 403 Wauwatosa, WI 53213 (414) 727-1591 O’Dess and Associates, S.C., is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. If you have previously received a Chapter 7 Discharge in Bankruptcy, this correspondence should not be construed as an attempt to collect a debt. 2101
(Three Weeks, 6/20-7/4/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 11 CV 215 ____________________________________ OneWest Bank, FSB, vs. GENE O. RAATZ, et al.,
Defendant(s). ____________________________________ NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ____________________________________
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on January 3, 2012 in the amount of $181,078.69 the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: TIME: July 19, 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: Lot 2 in Block 2 of Elmer Ahlborn`s Subdivision according to the recorded plat thereof. Said land being in the Town of Plum Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2923 Dewitt Street f/k/a 259 Dewitt Street , Sayner, WI 54560 TAX KEY NO.: 20-676 Benjamin J. Pliskie Blommer Peterman, S.C. State Bar No. 1037985 165 Bishops Way, Suite 100 Brookfield, WI 53005 262-790-5719 Dated this 6th day of June, 2012. /s/ Sheriff Frank Tomlanovich Vilas County Sheriff 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 that purpose. 2103
(Three Weeks, 6/27-7/11/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Case No. 10-CV-182 ____________________________________ BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas J. Deppiesse and Restwell Resort Condominium Owner's Association, Inc., Defendants. ____________________________________ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ____________________________________ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on July 21, 2010 in the amount of $53,736.12 the Sheriff will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: TIME: August 2, 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: Unit 5 in the Restwell Resort Condominium created by a “Declaration of Condominium” recorded on February 21, 2002, in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Vilas County, Wisconsin, as Document No. 382861, and any amendments thereto, and by its Condominium Plat. Said land being in the Township of Washington, County of Vilas, Wisconsin. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 4499 Chain O Lakes Rd Eagle River, WI 54521-8852 DATED: June 9, 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. 2113
(Three Weeks, 6/20-7/4/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT, VILAS COUNTY — PROBATE — Notice Setting Time to Hear Application and Deadline for Filing Claims (Informal Administration) Case No. 12PR33 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RONALD R. GARSKI. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 12-291934 and date of death 4-3-2012 was domiciled in Vilas County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 10836 E. STH 70, Arbor Vitae, WI 54510. 3. The application will be heard at the Vilas County Courthouse, Eagle River, Wisconsin, Probate Branch, before Dawn Halverson, Probate Registrar, on July 18, 2012 at 8:30 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 28, 2012. 5. A claim may be filed at the VIlas County Courthouse, 330 Court St., Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521, Probate Branch. 6. This publication is notice to any persons whose names or addresses are unknown. If you require reasonable accomodations due to a disability to participate in the court process, please call (715) 479-3642 at least 10 working days prior to the scheduled court date. Please note that the court does not provide transportation. /s/ Dawn Halverson Probate Registrar June 7, 2012 John M. Cirilli 116 E. Davenport Street Rhinelander, WI 54501 (715) 369-3443 Bar No. 1005421 2099
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Historical tour set this Saturday The inaugural tour of historical Phelps homes, hosted by the Phelps Historical Museum, is scheduled for Saturday, June 30, at 10 a.m. The bus tour will include the Christiansen home, the Frankenthal home owned by Steve and Jacquie DeMarco, Hazen Inn owned and operated by Joel and Janet McClure and the Anderson family home and chapel owned by the Requa family. Participants must be 18 years and older, and up to 92 tickets will be sold for $25
SPRING CONCERT — Donning dresses and ties, first- through third-grade students sang “Peace Like a River” at the recent
NSTLRA sets meeting The North South Twin Lakes Riparian Association (NSTLRA) will hold its annual meeting and picnic Saturday, July 7, at noon at Waverling Park in Phelps. Lake association members and all lake property owners are welcome and may take a dish to pass. Games will be available at the meeting. The annual NSTLRA poker run on North and South Twin lakes is scheduled for Sunday, July 8, from 1 to 4 p.m. There will be a $5 entry fee and a 50/50 raffle. The event will be open to the public and all boats of any kind are welcome. Proceeds will go toward the Amen fund to help fight asian milfoil. For more information, call (715) 479-6869.
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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) 545-3983. Home-delivered meals available, based on eligibility.
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each. The tickets include a luncheon at Sand Lake Pub and the bus fare. Buses will be supplied by Northwinds Bus Service and will depart from downtown Phelps in front of the museum. Tickets are available at Holiday Lodge, Sand Lake Pub, North Bay Cafe and the Phelps Historical Museum. For more information, call Pauleyn Nystrom at (715) 545-3012, Mary Ann Holcomb at 545-3002 or Kathy Schofield at 545-2597.
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The Phelps public library’s summer reading program will begin this week and will run through Aug. 18. It is open to children in preschool through eighth grade. Each week, participants will have the opportunity to earn reading rewards, along with the ability to enter their name in a grand-prize drawing. This year’s grand prizes include two portable DVD players and a $50 gift certificate for Book World. The library also will host weekly programs for the summer. July’s line-up includes Thursday, July 5, 10:30 a.m., Trees For Tomorrow with “Birds of Prey,”
includes live animals; Friday, July 13, 10:30 a.m., movie morning; Thursday, July 19, 10:30 a.m., Trees For Tomorrow with “Reptiles and Amphibians,” includes live animals; Friday, July 27, 10:30 a.m., movie morning. All programs are free and open to all. 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.wis lib.org or (715) 545-2887. _____________ Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment. Benjamin Franklin
CHARACTER AWARD — Phelps High School student Angela Grmick (left) recently was presented the YMCA Character Award at the Quality Inn in Rhinelaner with 19 other students from Vilas, Oneida and Florence counties. Phelps High School algebra teacher Rachel Johnson (right) nominated Grmick for the award. —Photo By Sharon Gifford
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Parade at noon IN DOWNTOWN PHELPS Parade & picnic sponsored by the Phelps Chamber of Commerce FESTIVITIES CONTINUE DOWNTOWN PHELPS FOLLOWING PARADE FORENSIC SCIENCE — Phelps Summer Knights students, under the direction of Pam Klessig, recently participated in a forensic science class and visited the Eagle River Police Department. Police Chief Mark Vander Bloomen explained the duties of the police
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department and used an infrared camera to demonstrate technology. Participating in the visit were, from left, Taylor Kolling, Nick Haapala, Sarah Szuta, Logan Long, Parker Trollan, Austin Buell, Taylor Olivotti, Holly Young and Robert Rosner. —Photo By Sharon Gifford
Thank You To the Phelps community — As many of you know, I have gone through a recent health challenge. I want to express my appreciation to the little town with the big heart. Bud and I are overwhelmed at the outreach of cards, well wishes and prayers. A special shout out to the Phelps Women’s Club, who have rallied around one of their own. Hopefully, I can be an encourager to someone else in the future. Extending the love of God to everyone, Jan Petrick 2188
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KIDS FISHING DAY — The Conover Lions Club recently hosted its “Take A Kid Fishing” event at Lake Itsy Bitsy at the Conover Park. The trout were donated by the Headwaters Chapter of Muskies Inc. and provided opportunities for children to reel in a fish. At right, last year’s winner Jack Bathels holds his mounted trout, while this year’s winner, Jacob Fabry, holds his fish. Both dads assisted. More than 100 youths (above) participated in the event. —Photos By Janet Garling
Conover Lions to host 4th of July celebration The Conover Lions Club will host its Independence Day celebration Wednesday, July 4. The town of Conover has chosen the theme “America’s Unsung Heroes” for the parade. Preregistration is not required. The day’s festivities will begin at 1 p.m. with the
parade traveling through downtown Conover, and will continue to the town park on Highway K East. The park will open at noon. Games and prizes, raffle drawings, music and a dunk tank will be included in the day’s events. There will be ample places
for families to picnic. Lawn mower races will start at 3 p.m. Food and beverage tickets will be available for purchase at designated locations in the park. For information, call (715) 479-6673 or Bill and Joanie Green at (715) 547-6209.
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(One Week 6/27/12) VILAS COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS JUNE 19, 2012 This regular meeting of the Vilas County Board of Supervisors was held in the conference rooms located in the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, WI. CALL TO ORDER Vilas County Board Chairman Stephen Favorite called the assembly to order at 9:03 A.M. and instructed the Clerk to read aloud and insert into the minutes the following: Public meeting notice requirements were fulfilled by posting a notice of this meeting on bulletin boards located in the Vilas County Courthouse, Olson Memorial Library and Eagle River City Hall. Notice of this meeting was posted to the Vilas County Government website. All media outlets and members of the public requesting notification of this meeting were notified on June 15, 2012, more than twenty-four hours prior to the meeting. The Clerk requested that all present silence their cell phones and pagers for the duration of the meeting. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE The Board Chair asked all in attendance to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. ROLL CALL Roll call found the following members present: Emil Bakka, Alden Bauman, Maynard Bedish, James Behling, Mary Kim Black, Ronald De Bruyne, Stephen Favorite, Charles Hayes, Sig Hjemvick, Lorin Johnson, Leon Kukanich, Christopher Mayer, Dennis Nielsen, Gary Peske, Charles Rayala, Jr., Mark Rogacki, Kathleen Rushlow, Ralph Sitzberger, Erv Teichmiller and Linda Thorpe. Edward Bluthardt, Jr., was excused. The Clerk reported 20 Supervisors in attendance, constituting a quorum of the County Board. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA TO BE DISCUSSED IN ANY ORDER Motion by R. Sitzberger, seconded by E. Bakka to approve the agenda, with the order of discussion to be at the Chair’s discretion. All voted aye. Carried. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE APRIL 17, 2012 MEETING. Motion by A. Bauman, seconded by D. Nielsen to approve the minutes of the April 17, 2012 meeting as presented. All voted aye. Carried. OMIT READING OF ALL RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES BY THE COUNTY CLERK UNLESS REQUESTED Motion by L. Thorpe, seconded by C. Rayala to omit the reading of all resolutions and ordinances by the Clerk, unless requested from the floor. All voted aye. Carried. SUSPEND THE RULES TO ACT ON ANY RESOLUTIONS OR ORDINANCES RECEIVED AFTER THE TEN DAY DEADLINE Motion by R. De Bruyne, seconded by L. Johnson suspend the rules to act on any resolution or ordinance received after the 10-day deadline, but received in time to list to the press and post. All voted aye. Carried. STATEWIDE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD – VILAS COUNTY CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY J. Behling announced that the Vilas County Child Agency received two State achievement awards. One award was a Certificate of Child Support Performance. The second award recognized efforts to reduce unproductive child support cases. Child Support staff members Margaret Garsow and Marcie Farness were present to accept both awards. RESOLUTIONS TABLED OR POSTPONED TO A DAY CERTAIN None. The Board then acted on all resolutions and ordinances in the order as posted. ALL RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES, IN THEIR ENTIRETY, ARE ON FILE IN THE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE. RES. 2012-60 (RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF $1,920,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS) Motion by D. Nielsen, seconded by C. Mayer to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. RES. 2012-61 (PHELPS ATV ROUTE – USE OF COUNTY HIGHWAY RIGHT-OF-WAY) Motion by R. De Bruyne, seconded by S. Hjemvick to adopt. Discussion. The Chair allowed the following audience members to speak regarding the subject of the Resolution: Rollie Alger, Colin Snook, Cheryl Sturtevant and Dan Swiecichowski. Motion by C. Mayer, seconded by S. Favorite to amend the resolution by adding language as follows: 27 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any resolutions and/or ordinances or portions 28 thereof that are in conflict with this Resolution are hereby rescinded and repealed to the extent 29 that any conflict exists. Discussion. All voted aye on the amendment. Carried. A roll call vote on the Resolution as amended produced the following result. 8 voted aye: Mary Kim Black, Ronald De Bruyne, Sig Hjemvick, Christopher Mayer, Charles Rayala, Mark Rogacki, Kathleen Rushlow and Linda Thorpe. 12 voted no: Emil Bakka, Alden Bauman, Maynard Bedish, James Behling, Stephen Favorite, Charles Hayes, Lorin Johnson, Leon Kukanich, Dennis Nielsen, Gary Peske, Ralph Sitzberger and Erv Teichmiller. Adoption failed. At 10:35 A.M. the Chair called for a brief recess. The meeting resumed at 10:44 A.M. RES. 2012-64 A ⅔ majority vote in favor is required for adoption (TRANSFER FROM THE GENERAL FUND FOR PURCHASE OF KRONOS PHASE I – TIMEKEEPING AUTOMATION WITH WORKFORCE CENTRAL) Motion by K. Rushlow, seconded by L. Thorpe to adopt. Discussion. 15 voted aye. 5 voted no: D. Nielsen, M. Rogacki, K. Rushlow, R. Sitzberger and E. Teichmiller. Carried. At 11:25 A.M. the Chair called for a recess so that the recently reorganized Vilas County Board could be photographed. The meeting resumed at 11:39 A.M., at which time R. Sitzberger was excused. 19 Supervisors remained in attendance. RES. 2012-55 (GRANT APPLICATION AND BUDGET AMENDMENT – FORESTRY, RECREATION & LAND DEPARTMENT) Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by R. De Bruyne to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Vilas County Board of Supervisors amended their budget according to Resolution No. 2012-55 Grant Application and Budget Amendment – Forestry, Recreation & Land Department on June 19, 2012, pursuant to Wis. Stat. §65.90(5), to include the following additions to the expenditure and revenue line items: Revenue or expense; line item number; description; amount. Revenue; 220.43581; St Aid–For. Rev.; $19,844.00. Expense; 220.56102.599; St Aid- For. Exp.; $19,844.00. ORDINANCE 2012-2 (CHAPTER 19, PARKS AND RECREATION ORDINANCE) Motion by E. Teichmiller, seconded by R. De Bruyne to adopt. Discussion. Motion by C. Mayer, seconded by R. De Bruyne to lay the Ordinance on the table for future action. All voted aye. Carried. Ordinance laid on the table for future action. RES. 2012-62 (LEASE AGREEMENT WITH HEADWATERS YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION AND EAGLE RIVER BASEBALL) Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by L. Kukanich to adopt. The Chair allowed audience member Bob Egan to speak regarding the subject of the Resolution. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. ORDINANCE 2012-2 Previously laid on the table for future action (CHAPTER 19, PARKS AND RECREATION ORDINANCE) Motion by C. Mayer, seconded by L. Johnson to place the Ordinance back before the Board for adoption. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Vilas County Board of Supervisors enacted Ordinance 2012-2 on June 19, 2012 at a duly noticed Vilas County Board meeting. A summary of this enactment is as follows: 1. NUMBER AND TITLE OF THE ORDINANCE: Ordinance No. 2012-2 Vilas County General Code of Ordinances, Chapter 19, Parks and Recreation, Section 19.03, Peddling and Soliciting. 2. DATE OF ENACTMENT: JUNE 19, 2012 3. SUMMARY OF THE SUBJECT MATTER AND MAIN POINTS OF THE ORDINANCE: This ordinance amendment changes section 19.03, Peddling and Soliciting, by providing that the Eagle River Club of Headwaters Youth Soccer Association and the Eagle River Baseball Asso-
ciation may both conduct concession sales at Oldenburg Sports Park, pursuant to the existing lease between the County and these two groups. The full text of this ordinance may be obtained at the Vilas County Clerk’s office located at 330 Court Street, Eagle River, WI 54521, (715) 4793600, during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The full text of the ordinance may also be accessed through Vilas County’s official website, www.co.vilas.wi.us. RES. 2012-63 (LAND TRADE OF VILAS COUNTY LAND WITH OLDENBURG GROUP, INC. FOR PURPOSE OF SECURING VILAS COUNTY OWNERSHIP OF VITAL PUBLIC RECREATION TRAIL) Motion by S. Hjemvick, seconded by C. Rayala to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. At 11:57 A.M. A. Bauman was excused from the meeting. 18 Supervisors remained in attendance. RES. 2012-70 (AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF TAX DEED FOR PROPERTY AT 614 S. PRIDE LANE, PARCEL 221-1058-50) Motion by C. Mayer, seconded by R. De Bruyne to adopt. Discussion. The Chair allowed audience member Joe Laux to speak regarding the subject of the Resolution. All voted aye. Carried. RES. 2012-65 A ⅔ majority vote in favor is required for adoption (AUTHORIZE FUNDING FOR AN APPROVED FIRE/EMS SIMULCAST COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT – TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND) Motion by D. Nielsen, seconded by R. De Bruyne to adopt. Discussion. 16 voted aye. 2 no votes: M. Rogacki and E. Teichmiller. Carried. At 12:40 P.M. the Chair called for a brief recess. The meeting resumed at 12:52 P.M. at which time S. Hjemvick and M. Black were excused from the meeting. 16 Supervisors remained in attendance. PUBLIC RECORDS/OPEN MEETINGS LAW OVERVIEW – PRESENTATION BY CORPORATION COUNSEL At 12:52 P.M. Corporation Counsel Martha Milanowski presented an overview of Public Records and Open Meeting Law, for the benefit of the Supervisors in attendance. This presentation concluded at 1:24 P.M. RES. 2012-68 (AMENDMENT TO VILAS COUNTY STANDING RULES AND COMMITTEE DUTIES - SNOWMOBILE SAFETY COMMITTEE) Motion by G. Peske, seconded by R. De Bruyne to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. RES. 2012-69 (AMEND VILAS COUNTY STANDING RULES AND COMMITTEE DUTIES – SOLID WASTE COMMITTEE) Motion by E. Bakka, seconded by L. Johnson to adopt. Discussion. The Chair allowed audience member Fred Radtke to speak regarding the subject of the Resolution. Motion by E. Teichmiller, seconded by R. De Bruyne to postpone further action on the Resolution until a time indeterminate and to refer the Resolution to the Executive, Ethics & Insurance and Legislative & Judicial Committees. 4 voted aye to postpone. 12 voted no: Maynard Bedish, James Behling, Ronald De Bruyne, Stephen Favorite, Charles Hayes, Lorin Johnson, Leon Kukanich, Christopher Mayer, Gary Peske, Charles Rayala, Jr., Mark Rogacki and Linda Thorpe. Postponement failed. Discussion. 13 voted aye. 3 voted no: M. Bedish, D. Nielsen and K. Rushlow. Carried. At 1:45 P.M. E. Teichmiller was excused from the meeting. 15 Supervisors remained in attendance. RES. 2012-51 (SOCIAL WORKER POSITION – CHILDRENS UNIT) This Resolution was withdrawn by its maker after a copy was mailed to the County Board members, but prior to the publishing of the June 2012 County Board Meeting agenda. RES. 2012-52 (2012 WAGE ADJUSTMENT FOR THE COMMISSION ON AGING NUTRITION AND TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM SUPERVISOR) Motion by L. Thorpe, seconded by L. Kukanich to adopt. Discussion. 14 voted aye. 1 no vote: M. Bedish. Carried. RES. 2012-53 (2012 TEMPORARY WAGE ADJUSTMENT FOR THE COMMISSION ON AGING INTERIM SUPERVISOR) Motion by D. Nielsen, seconded by L. Thorpe to adopt. Discussion. 13 voted aye. 2 no votes: M. Bedish and K. Rushlow. Carried. At 1:48 P.M. G. Peske was excused from the meeting. 14 Supervisors remained in attendance. RES. 2012-54 A ⅔ majority vote in favor is required for adoption (TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND FOR A HOD (HOST ON DEMAND) ROUTER) Motion by L. Kukanich, seconded by R. De Bruyne to adopt. Discussion. 13 voted aye. 1 no vote. M. Bedish. Carried. RES. 2012-56 (SUPPORTING A REGION-WIDE COOPERATIVE EFFORT BETWEEN UNDERAGE DRINKING PREVENTION COALITIONS, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE MEDIA TO SUPPORT THE EVIDENCE-BASED “PARENTS WHO HOST LOST THE MOST” PROGRAM) Standing Rules prohibited this Resolution from being considered by the Board because the submitter, A. Bauman, was no longer present. RES. 2012-57 (RESOLUTION TO RECOGNIZE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION’S CENTENNIAL) Motion by C. Mayer, seconded by D. Nielsen to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. RES. 2012-58 (COUNTY AID CULVERT ON STAR LAKE ROAD – TOWN OF PLUM LAKE) Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by R. De Bruyne to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. RES. 2012-59 (RESOLUTION TO RECOGNIZE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION’S CENTENNIAL) This Resolution was submitted in error as a duplicate to Res. 2012-57 and mailed to the County Board. Removed from consideration prior to the publication of the June 2012 County Board meeting agenda. RES. 2012-66 (OPERATING BUDGET FOR A FINANCE DEPARTMENT) Motion by M. Rogacki, seconded by S. Favorite to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. RES. 2012-67 (ANNUAL WISCONSIN COUNTIES ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE – LIMIT NUMBER OF COUNTY BOARD ATTENDEES) Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by C. Mayer to adopt. Discussion. Motion by S. Favorite, seconded by J. Behling to postpone further action on the Resolution until a time indeterminate and to refer the Resolution to the Finance Department to establish budgeting criteria. All voted aye to postpone. Postponed indefinitely. RES. 2012-71 (AGREE TO COOPERATE IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMMUINITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CONSORTIUM WITH LANGLADE COUNTY AS THE LEAD COUNTY) Motion by K. Rushlow, seconded by E. Bakka to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. ORDINANCE 2012-3 (COUNTY RECORD RETENTION/DISPOSITION SCHEDULE: CHAPTER 20) Motion by C. Rogacki, seconded by D. Nielsen to adopt. Discussion. All voted aye. Carried. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Vilas County Board of Supervisors enacted Ordinance 2012-3 on June 19, 2012 at a duly noticed Vilas County Board meeting. A summary of this enactment is as follows: 1. NUMBER AND TITLE OF THE ORDI-
NANCE: Ordinance No. 2012-3 Vilas County General Code of Ordinances, Chapter 20, County Record Retention/Disposition Schedule 2. DATE OF ENACTMENT: JUNE 19, 2012 3. SUMMARY OF THE SUBJECT MATTER AND MAIN POINTS OF THE ORDINANCE: Chapter 20 of the Vilas County Code sets forth the Record Retention schedule for all County records. This Ordinance replaces the existing county record retention schedule and adopts the State Model Record Retention Code in its entirety. The full text of this ordinance may be obtained at the Vilas County Clerk’s office located at 330 Court Street, Eagle River, WI 54521, (715) 479-3600, during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The full text of the ordinance may also be accessed through Vilas County’s official website, www.co.vilas.wi.us. CHAIR’S APPOINTMENTS a. Commission on Aging – appointment of a citizen member • Dianne Briggs Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by D. Nielsen to accept the Chair’s appointment. All voted aye. Carried. b. Vilas County Lake District Representative appointments • Lost Lake Protection & Rehab District, Supervisor Dennis Nielsen • Little Arbor Vitae Lake District, Supervisor Erv Teichmiller • Spectacle Lake District, Supervisor Ralph Sitzberger • Alma Moon Lake District, Supervisor Kathleen Rushlow • Little St. Germain Lake District, Supervisor Mary Kim Black • Big St. Germain Lake District, Supervisor Gary Peske • Long Lake District of Phelps, Supervisor Lorin Johnson • Stella Lake District, Supervisor Leon Kukanich Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by D. Nielsen to accept the Chair’s appointments. All voted aye. Carried. c. Vilas County Board of Health appointments • Michael Schaars, MD, Medical Director • Daniel Paretsky, DVM, Citizen Member • Laura K. Magstadt, BSN, MSN, Citizen Member • Phil Epping, PhD, Citizen Member • Rebecca DeMuth, RN, Alternate Citizen Member Motion by L. Thorpe, seconded by R. De Bruyne to accept the Chair’s appointments. All voted aye. Carried. d. North Central ITBEC appointments • North Central ITBEC Board — Supervisor Linda Thorpe, Voting Member — Supervisor Charles Rayala, Jr., Member At Large Motion by K. Rushlow, seconded by M. Bedish to accept the Chair’s appointments. All voting aye. Carried. • North Central ITBEC Tourism & Economic Development Advisory Committee — Supervisor Linda Thorpe — Tourism & Publicity Dept. Director Cindy Burzinski Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by S. favorite to accept the Chair’s appointments. All voted aye. Carried. e. Veteran’s Service Commission – reappointment for a 3 year term • Harold Else • Robert Kriehn Motion by K. Rushlow, seconded by R. De Bruyne to accept the Chair’s appointments. All voted aye. Carried. f. Vilas County Economic Development Corporation – Vilas County Board Representative • Supervisor Edward Bluthardt, Jr. Motion by L. Kukanich, seconded by L. Thorpe to accept the Chair’s appointment. All vote aye. Carried. g. Northwoods Rail Transit Commission • Supervisor Edward Bluthardt, Jr. Motion by C. Hayes, seconded by C. Rayala to accept the Chair’s appointment. All voted aye. Carried. h. Northwoods Community Development Block Grant Consortium • Supervisor Edward Bluthardt, Jr. Motion by C. Hayes, seconded by L. Thorpe to accept the Chair’s appointment. All voted aye. Carried. COMMITTEE REPORTS Tourism & Publicity Committee: L. Thorpe announced the appointment by Gov. Scott Walker of Tourism & Publicity Department Director Cindy Burzinski to the Governor’s Council on Tourism. Legislative & Judicial Committee: J. Behling reported the hire of an Assistant Corporation Counsel, filling the vacant position. He also commended Veteran’s Services Officer Scott Jensen for organizing a quality Memorial Day ceremony. Executive, Ethics & Insurance Committee, meeting jointly with the Legislative & Judicial Committee: S. Favorite reported the status of committee restructuring and department consolidation discussions. Highway Committee: C. Rayala reported on recent State fuel tax issues. He also reported that the Highway Committee was preparing a resolution encouraging the State to segregate Department of Transportation funds. LETTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS Nothing presented PAY PER DIEM Motion by E. Bakka, seconded by A. Bauman to approve payment of per diem. 13 voted aye. 1 no vote: R. De Bruyne. Carried. Per diem shall be paid as follows: E. Bakka $80.30. A. Bauman $100.84. M. Bedish $55.33. J. Behling $49.22. M. Black $94.73 R. De Bruyne $80.30. S. Favorite $53.66. C. Hayes $99.17. S. Hjemvick $68.09. L. Johnson $65.32. L. Kukanich $52.55. C. Mayer $90.73. D. Nielsen $70.31. G. Peske &64.21. C. Rayala $90.29. M. Rogacki $18.87. K. Rushlow $50.89. R. Sitzberger $74.75. E. Teichmiller $75.31. L. Thorpe $48.39. ADJOURNMENT Motion by C. Rayala, seconded by C. Mayer to adjourn. All voted aye. Carried. Meeting adjourned at 2:31 P.M. Prepared and submitted by: David R. Alleman, Vilas County Clerk Minutes reflect the recorder's notations and are subject to future revision and approval by the Vilas County Board. 2184
(Three Weeks, 6/27-7/11/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT, VILAS COUNTY — PROBATE — Notice Setting Time to Hear Application and Deadline for Filing Claims (Informal Administration) Case No. 12PR35 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HAROLD E. MUELLER PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth May 23, 1918 and date of death April 22, 2012 was domiciled in Vilas County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 4181 Hegeman Road, Conover, WI 54519. 3. The application will be heard at the Vilas County Courthouse, Eagle River, WIsconsin, before Dawn R. Halverson, Probate Registrar, on July 18, 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 October 5, 2012. 5. A claim may be filed at the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wisconsin, Probate Branch. 6. This publication is notice to any persons whose names or addresses are unknown. /s/ Dawn R. Halverson June 18, 2012 Please check with the person named below for exact time and date. Ralph W. Koopman - Koopman Law Office 209 S. 5th Street, P.O. Box 1838 Eagle River, WI 54521 (715) 479-8220 Bar No. 01016084 2114
The Conover Lions Club would like to thank the following businesses for donating to our 2012 Father’s Day Take a Kid Fishing event . . . Miller Beer of the Northwoods, Backwoods with Brian, Northern Waters Angling, Archery & Apparel, Lax Reproductions, Chris Hartman of Sweetwater Spirits & Resort, Energy Mart, Welnetz Chiropractic, Conover Fire Department, Jensen-Akins Hardware & Appliance, Northern Siders LLC, Northern Carpets, Bauer’s Dam Resort, Headwaters State Bank, Jefferson Landing, Mapleview Resort, Outpost Bait and Tackle, Denny’s Excavating, Rectenwald Construction, Musky Inc., Club 45, Buckatabon Lodge & Lighthouse Inn, Stillwaters, Log Cabin Bar, M&K Meats, and all the Lions members, Conover Chamber members, fish cleaners, guides and the cooks who made this event possible . . . THANK YOU! 2110
VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012
PUBLIC NOTICES _____________ (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
(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, 6/27-7/11/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT, VILAS COUNTY — PROBATE — Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. 12PR32 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VIOLET O. BECKER PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for formal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth September 25, 1918 and date of death May 18, 2012, was domiciled in Vilas County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 4316 North Star Lane, Phelps, WI 54554. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is September 28, 2012. 5. A claim may be filed at the Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, WIsconsin, Probate Branch. /s/ Dawn Halverson June 14, 2012 John P. LaChance P.O. Box 833 Land O’ Lakes, WI 54540 (715) 547-3351 Bar No. 1002431 2115
TAKE OFF — An American bald eagle uses its mighty wings to glide off its white pine perch,
seemingly effortless as it heads for the water below. —Staff Photo By KURT KRUEGER
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012
VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS
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