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Lions donate to library, local group
The St. Germain Lions Club donated to Plum Lake Library and Big-Brothers Big-Sisters Northwest region Oct. 14. Each received a $1,000 check. Representatives on hand to receive the checks at Plum Lake Library were, from left, St. Germain Lions Club President Jim Carter; Lois Ruediger, Big Brothers-Big Sisters representative; Dan Sukow, Plum Lake Library Board treasurer; St. Germain Lions Club Treasurer Doug Kaltenbach; and Ida Nemec, Plum Lake Library librarian.  —Photo By Wally Geist

The St. Germain Lions Club presented two $1,000 checks at the Plum Lake Library in Sayner Monday, Oct. 14.

One check was donated to the library and the second to Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin.

Ida Nemec, librarian, and Dan Sukow, library treasurer, received the donation for the library which is to be used where the library board sees fit.

“Our organization merged with the Eau Claire Big Brothers-Big Sisters

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 4:35 PM
Sayner Treasure?Hunt raises money for library

The 48th annual Sayner Treasure Hunt was held Oct. 12 with 62 people participating.

“We decided to award prizes differently this year,” Joan Kazda, organizer of the event. “We awarded a first- and last-place prize.”

The money that organizers would have spent on prizes for other categories in past was donated to the Plum Lake Library elevator fund instead. The totals was $660.

The first-place prize was a $30 grocery card for

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 4:35 PM
It’s all about buttons for Jennings
The Women’s Service Club hosted a button presentation by Marilyn Jennings (left) Oct. 15 at the St. Germain Community Center. Jennings greeted Lois Gardner (center) and Bonnie Eliason prior to the presentation.  —Photo By Wally Geist

The Women’s Service Club of St. Germain learned about collecting buttons from Marilyn Jennings of What Daddy Doesn’t Know... Antiques located in Minocqua Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the St. Germain Community Center.

Jennings has been collecting clothing buttons for 25 years and is a member of the Wisconsin State Button Society.

“Back in the eighteenth century, wealthy men wore elaborate

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 4:34 PM
Annual Shades of Autumn style show attracts 250 women for fundraiser
The models of  Shades of Autumn, the 35th annual style show and benefit luncheon of the St. Germain Women’s Service Club, were from left, Judy Napierala, Jan Toivonen, Edie Burtsch, Mary Lee Miller, Kelly Roach, Denise Masters, Jean Joyce, Sally Smith, Carol Seegers and model coordinator Marge Berg. Not pictured are Lex Gray and Melissa Constanzer, WJFW Channel 12 on-air personalities. 	 			             —Photos By Wally Geist

The St. Germain’s Women’s Service Club held its 35th annual Shades of Autumn style show and benefit luncheon at the Whitetail Inn in St. Germain Tuesday, Oct. 8, with 250 women in attendance.

Models from the club’s membership wore outfits from numerous local clothing stores which included CJ Banks, Wausau; Kohl’s, Rhinelander; Ross’ Plus, Ross’ Sportswear, J Christy’s and Just Because, all of Minocqua;

The Imprint Shop and The Blueberry Patch

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 4:50 PM
Committee takes up dog barking petition

Property owners of the Colona Estates subdivision and Steve White, owner of White’s Woods and Waters, attended the regular monthly meeting of the Planning and Zoning Committee of the St. Germain Town Board held Thursday, Oct. 10.

The committee considered a dog-barking petition that originated with Karl and Peggy Koehler and was signed by 10 neighbors from Henry Circle and adjacent property owners on Highway 70 West.

The petition was presented at a town board meeting Sept. 9 and forwarded to the Planning and Zoning Committee for study.

The petition alleged that “Tenants of 8447 Highway 70 W., St. Germain,

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 4:50 PM
Elementary school participates in Fire Prevention Week events
As part of Fire Prevention Week, Glenn Svetnika, (standing far left) a member of the St. Germain Volunteer Fire Department, reminded students at St. Germain Elementary School that when fire strikes, they should crawl beneath the heat and smoke to get out of a building, and not go back into a burning building for anything. Principal Gayle Daniel (center), and Phil and Judy Kohout, St. Germain volunteer firefighters, are shown helping out.    —Photo By Wally Geist

St. Germain Elementary School commemorated Fire Prevention Week with special programs Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 9 and 10.

Two fire drills were held Wednesday to remind students and staff what to do in the event of a fire.

Glenn Svetnika, Phil and Judy Kohout, members of St. Germain’s Volunteer Fire Department, ran the drills and reduced exit time from 5 minutes to 3½ minutes.

Svetnika congratulated the

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 4:48 PM
Chamber seeking new executive

The board of directors for the St. Germain Chamber of Commerce announced the formation of a selection committee in its search for a new executive director for the chamber.

Chamber Board President Ted DeRuiter appointed the committee that will be headed by Jim Anderson.

The board of directors has also retained Sharon Benda as the interim office manager until the executive director position is filled. Benda was the chamber office manager for Eagle River and St. Germain chamber offices for many years.

A job description for

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 4:48 PM
Library to host scarecrow fest this Saturday

The Plum Lake Library will host a scarecrow festival with stories, activities and a scarecrow-making contest Saturday, Oct. 19, beginning at 11 a.m. at the library.

Materials will be provided, but attendees may also bring clothes to dress scarecrows.

Preregistration?is required to ensure there will be enough materials for everyone.

For more information or to register,

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 4:48 PM
Students of the month
Three Lakes School recently announced its students of the month for September. Taking part in the award presentation were, from left, Savannah Edwards, Alex Gensler, Jane Connelly, Riley Weisenberger, Kerri Seyfert, Principal Bill Greb and Sam Welhoefer.  —Contributed Photo
Tuesday, October 08, 2013 4:22 PM
Sportsmen’s Chalet holds meat raffle
Rick Pickles (left) and Jim Braycon examined one of the kill-zone arrows sent down the field by Pickles. The event raised $2,250 for the St. Germain Lions Club.       —Photo By Wally Geist

Sportsmen’s Chalet in  Cloverland sponsored a meat raffle complete with 50/50 drawings, chicken game and archery contest Sunday, Oct. 6.

Proceeds benefited the St. Germain Lions Club. The event raised $2,550 for the club.

Meat raffled off included bacon, beef roasts, shrimp, whole turkeys, pork chops and ribs, meatballs and more.

During the meat raffle archers

Tuesday, October 08, 2013 4:13 PM

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