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Lions donation
The Eagle River Lions Club recently donated $250 to the Eagle River-Northland Pines Athletic Hall of Fame. Taking part in the check presentation were Lions Club member Deb Boone (left) and Hall of Fame representative John Wainwright.                                    —Contributed Photo
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1:21 PM
 
Paez looks to nine letterwinners to keep Pines soccer tradition
Returning letterwinners for the Northland Pines boys soccer team include, front row from left, Carson Cox, Stephen Chamberlain, Jacob Grosskopf, Colton Raymond and Lukas Sergent; back row, Ryan Hom, David Zillmer, Gabe Hartwig and Nick Satterfield. The Eagles open play this week.                               —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
By Gary Ridderbusch
News-Review Editor

New Northland Pines boys soccer coach Andres Paez will look to nine returning letterwinners to lead the Eagles as they battle for the top spot in the Lumberjack Conference this fall.

Paez replaces Larry Favorite at helm of the Pines soccer program. Favorite led the Eagles from 2006 through 2013 winning nu­merous conference titles in that run.

It is not the first coaching stint for Paez,

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1:20 PM
 
Lake Forest champions
The Lake Forest Golf Club 2014 club champions include, from left, ladies scratch champion Karen Ander-  son, men’s scratch champion Bob Richardson, ladies handicap champion Kathy Simac, and men’s handicap champion Dave Jensen.  —Contributed Photo
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1:19 PM
 
Shake A?Leg fun run set in Land O’ Lakes

A?five-mile?run/walk/bike will take place in Land O’ Lakes Saturday, Sept. 20, and will benefit the Amputee Blade Runners, a nonprofit organization that helps provide free running prosthetics for amputees.

Shake a Leg for Amputee Blade Runners will begin at 2 p.m. rain or shine at Black Oak Inn and will end at Brew’s Pub.

Race fees are $20 for early bird registrations postmarked by Friday, Aug. 29, or $25 for registrations postmarked after Aug. 29 or received the night before or day of the race.

Prerace activities are planned Friday, ?Sept. 19,

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1:19 PM
 
Eagle River Pickleball Association begins improvements on courts
Some of the lady participants at the inaugural Eagle River Pickleball Tournament Aug. 2 included, from left, Diane Krieghoff, Dee Drymalski, Melody West, Ginny Shaker, Jane Athow, Judy Dow, Marsha Johnson and Karen Young. Missing from the photo was Sandie Hunt. In the women’s division, Athow took first, Johnson took second and West took third. For the men, it was Karl Athow taking first, Gary Carlton in second and John Biggs in third.                                     —Contributed Photo
By News-Review Staff

The Eagle River Pickleball Association has begun work repairing the Riverview Park playing courts, thanks to donations and help from the club members themselves and the city of Eagle River.

The Eagle River Council recently voted to allow the Eagle River Pickleball Association to take over the courts at the Riverview Park and use them for pickleball play.

Since the courts had large cracks in them,

Tuesday, August 12, 2014 1:38 PM
 
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