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Martinis in May set in St. Germain

The St. Germain Area Chamber of Commerce announced Martinis in May competition, a new event, will be held Saturday, May 3, from 6 to 9 p.m., at the Whitetail Inn in St. Germain.

“The North Woods will send their best bartenders to compete in the first annual Martinis in May competition,” said a chamber representative. “There will be light hors d’ oeuvres and live music will be provided by Tony Ocean.”

Attendees will sample and vote on martinis in the best original martini (vodka/gin) and most creative martini categories.

The event is hosted by the Whitetail Inn and sponsored

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 1:46 PM
Area business donates to school club
Concrete Specialists and Sons Inc. of Eagle River recently presented Eagle River Elementary School’s Mission Possibles Running Club with a $500 donation. Above, representing Concrete Specialists and Sons Inc. are, from left, Logan and Luke Hissom, who presented the check to lead trainers Megan Hoffman and Leah Lechleitner. 	—Contributed Photo

Concrete Specialists and Sons Inc. of Eagle River recently donated $500 to the Eagle River Elementary School’s Mission Possibles Running Club.

Mission Possibles Running Club, in its third year of running, helps promote healthy living choices, confidence, strength, courage, character building, conflict resolution and team building among third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students.

Mission Possibles Running Club currently

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 1:45 PM
Trees For Tomorrow aims to bring conservation statue to its campus
Trees For Tomorrow in Eagle River hopes to raise enough money to bring a life-size Civilian Conservation Corps worker statue,  similar to the one above, to the school’s campus to serve as a focal point for forest history education.	       —Contributed Photo

Trees For Tomorrow announced that efforts to bring a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) worker statue to its campus are under way.

The life-size bronze statue would serve as a focal point for educational programs about early conservation efforts, Trees’ history and the campus’ placement on the National Register of Historic Places, while also helping to preserve the legacy of the CCC.

“There is so much history associated with Trees and the CCC, and we need to do more to share that with students and adults alike,” said Libby Dorn, executive director of Trees For Tomorrow, a private, nonprofit natural resources specialty school.

“Learning from the successes of the

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 1:43 PM
‘Final Affairs’ seminar planned in Eagle River

The Ministry Eagle River Area Palliative Care Coalition and the Vilas County Commission on Aging will offer a free seminar “Final Affairs” Wednesday, April 9, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Eagle River. Registration will begin at 8 a.m.

The seminar will guide attendees through arranging personal, health and legal affairs.

Topics will include a skit titled “Life without a Plan,” “Trusts versus Wills” by attorney Dennis Burgy,

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 1:43 PM
Health events slated April 1

Security Health Plan will sponsor free health events Tuesday, April 1, at Quality Inn, located at 668 W. Kemp St. in Rhinelander, and Wednesday, April 9, at The Waters of Minocqua, located at 8116 Highway 51 S. in Minocqua.

Both events will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a featured presentation “Online resources to better manage your health” at 10 a.m.

Throughout the day attendees can talk with experts about sleep disorders, hearing, balance, medications, assistive equipment and preventive health.

Participants can also find out what Medicare’s star ratings mean for your good health,

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 1:43 PM