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Headwaters charity golf-tournament scheduled Aug. 11 in Rhinelander

The 29th annual Headwaters Foundation Charity Golf Classic will be held at the Rhinelander Country Club, Monday, Aug. 11, with shotgun starts at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.

The event is a four-person scramble, 18-hole tournament. The entry fee is $95 per person which includes golf, cart and dinner.

Following dinner, tournament awards and door prizes will be presented, raffles will be held and numerous items donated by area merchants will be auctioned.

The event is held for the benefit of Headwaters Inc.,

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 1:37 PM
YMCA holds golf scramble

The 14th Y Golf Scramble, sponsored by RMM Solutions and Ministry Health Care, was held at Pinewood Country Club on July 18.

The event saw 19 teams participate in the scramble. Team S3T1 — Bob Thoms, Ken Schoppe, Kass Schoppe, and Kevin Schoppe — won first place in the golf scramble.

Second place was Team Bing — Terry Bingham, Herb Winter, Mike Winter and Tim Winter.

Team Eagle River Cabinets — Jarred Stiemke,

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 1:37 PM
Volleyball camp attracts nearly 70
Northland Pines volleyball camp lead coach Rod Wilde showed a camp participant the proper arm form for spiking a ball. Wilde played on the U.S. Olympic team from 1982-’84.

By Gary Ridderbusch
News-Review Editor

Rod Wilde, a member of the 1982-’84 U.S. Olympic men’s volleyball team, brought his 2014 Summer Volleyball Camp to the Northland Pines High School field house July 7-9.
The camp, coordinated by Northland Pines varsity coach Julie Smith, attracted 31 high school girls and 38 fifth- through eighth-grade players.
Smith said she wanted to offer advanced instruction on volleyball skills to area athletes and went to Wilde and his staff of standout college athletes to offer the three-day camp.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 2:32 PM
Pines schedules sports meeting

Athletes in grades nine through 12 planning to participate in a fall sport at Northland Pines High School should attend the fall sports meeting at the school with a parent or guardian, Monday, Aug. 4.
Beginning at 6 p.m. in the high school commons, all WIAA physical or alternate year cards, signed co-curricular codes, emergency medical forms and payment of the $25 activity fee may be completed.
Before an athlete is allowed to practice, all forms must be on file and the activity fee paid. In addition, any athlete with outstanding fines from previous years will be required to pay in full in order to participate in any co-curricular activity this coming school year.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 2:31 PM
Moonlight Run raises roughly $15,000 for wellness center

The inaugural Moonlight Run fundraiser for the Pines Community Wellness Center raised approximately $15,000 through the participation of 314 registrants.
There also were 47 children registered for the one-kilometer race.
“The first Moonlight Run fundraiser for the Pines Community Wellness Center was a great success,” said District Administrator Mike Richie. “Everyone had a great time and we received numerous compliments from our runners on the entire event.”

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 2:30 PM