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  • League donates
    The Land O’ Lakes Cornhole League recently donated $350 to the Snowflake Ice Rink project in Land O’ Lakes. There are 20 teams of two playing in the league this summer. The group competes every Tuesday throughout the summer in the Snowflake building. —Contributed Photo
  • In past summer seasons, Land O’ Lakes Arts (LOLA) has offered art classes geared toward children, but this summer, they have designed classes that welcome adults as well in its new Summer Art-Venture series. 

    “We have you covered, creatives,” said
  • Once again this year, the Land O’ Lakes Chamber of Commerce will organize its popular Community Wide Garage Sales Saturday, Aug. 3. 

    To be included on the sales maps, applications need to be turned in to the chamber by Monday, July 29. 

    Maps will be available at
  • Fish sculpture erected by town hall building
    Land O’ Lakes Public Art recently installed an 8-by-6-foot metal fish sculpture outside the town hall building.  

    The sculpture was created by Ed Wuytack with welding assistance from Caleb Hansen and Daniel Balog. 

    As part of the “Fish Tale” fundraising, anyone can
  • Remarkable loon
    The Land O’ Lakes Public Library brought around one of children’s favorite jugglers, Truly Remarkable Loon, last week, sponsored by the Conserve School. Loon delighted the children by juggling “everything but the kitchen sink” during his performance. Visit trloon.com for his summer events lineup. —Photo By Bob Hughes
  • Museum opens
    Land O’ Lakes NorthernWaters Museum held its well-attended opening party for the 2019 season recently. Taking part in the opening are party hostess Sue Rapp, left, with guest and former Land O’ Lakes Historical Society treasurer Mary Bybee. The museum will be open Thursdays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free. —Photo By Bob Hughes
  • Post 464 pancakes
    The Land O’ Lakes American Legion Post 464 recently held a pancake breakfast to raise money for the Legion. Post 464 Commander Don Goodman said he was pleased with the turnout and thanked everyone for their support and for the volunteers who did a remarkable job. Shown here are two volunteers serving up breakfast with a smile. —Photo By Bob Hughes
  • Independence Day
    Conover held its Fourth of July parade last Thursday, which headed down Highway K and ended at the town park where the Conover Lions Club had various festivities planned throughout the day. —Staff Photos By MICHELLE DREW
  • Land O’ Lakes Arts (LOLA) was awarded a grant by the Green Bay Packers Foundation this past winter and to show their gratitude they will hold a Green Bay Packer Art Week as part their Summer Art-Venture. 
    “The grant has made an impact on our summer programming and
  • Freedom celebrated
    There was plenty of activity throughout downtown Land O’ Lakes during the town’s Fourth of July celebration last Thursday. Some of the scenes from the parade route on Highway B are included. —Staff Photos By MICHELLE DREW
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