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Annual Cathy’s Ice Cream Social benefits Angel On My Shoulder
Many people volunteered at the Ice Cream Social fundraiser for Angel On My Shoulder held June 7 in St. Germain including, from left, Heidi Olson of Woodruff, Erin Jacobi of Woodruff, Shay Quinn of St. Germain, Kurt Krause of Oconomowoc and Tommy Geraty of Ocono­mo­woc; back row, Amberleigh Pederson, Carlie Homan, Leslie Hiller and Lolly Rose, all from St. Germain.  —Photo By Wally Geist

Cathy’s Ice Cream, located on Highway 70 in St. Germain, held its Ice Cream Social fundraiser for Angel On My Shoulder (AOMS) June 7.

The property shared by Red Canoe Coffee and Cathy’s Ice Cream was the site of a dunk tank, a bounce house and scoops of ice cream to benefit AOMS.

“This is a fun event,” said Lolly Rose,

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 1:31 PM
PrimeTimers donate
PrimeTimers club President Judy Berard (left) presented a $500 donation to Vilas Food Pantry volunteers Rene Verfuerth (center) of St. Germain and Janlee Goska (right) of Conover at the St. Germain’s PrimeTimers June meeting. The volunteers also picked up 147 pounds of groceries donated by members of the group. —Photo By Wally Geist
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 1:30 PM
Student dinner
Sayner-Star Lake Lions Club members hosted a pizza supper at the Sayner Pub for students from Sayner and Star Lake who made the honor roll in the Northland Pines School District.  Lions club members present at the dinner were, from left in vests, Tom Tameling, Tom Reed, Ron Capacio, Doug Mc­Kay and Jim Krieck. Student diners were, front row, Dawson Penn, Brenden Erdle, Megan Erdle, Brianna Ozelie, Megan Biedermann and Asher Winquist; and back row, Nathan Lofy, Jacob Stearns, Nicole Ravanelli, Ila Rux and Alyssa Ravanelli.  —Photo By Wally Geist
Tuesday, May 27, 2014 1:06 PM
Scholarship recipients
 Members of the St. Germain Lioness Club gave away three $1,000 scholarships at a meeting held at the Sayner Pub May 14.  Scholarship recipients are Madeline Consoer (left), McKenna Harsla (center) and Lauren Czarapata (missing from photo), all of   St. Germain. Consoer plans to specialize in the area of health promotions, Harsla is heading to Florida to become a radiologist and Czarapata will focus on elementary education. The club’s Scholarship Committee Chairwoman Marlys Scharf was on hand to present the checks.  —Photo By Wally Geist
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 11:05 AM | Updated ( Tuesday, May 20, 2014 11:12 AM )
Course opens after harsh winter

The long winter left the greens at St. Germain and Plum Lake Golf Courses unscathed and in the best spring condition in recent years.

Golfers Dave Brown of St. Germain and Russ Kuthe of Arbor Vitae started their golf season by playing at courses with conditions that allowed them to open earlier in the spring.

“We finally got to play at St. Germain once it opened,” said Brown. “The greens are way better than they were last year. I would say they are in excellent condition and the ball was rollin’ pretty well.”

Matt Goska of Eagle River was putting

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 11:04 AM

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