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  • Lions donations
    The Sayner-Star Lake Lions Club has been busy with two recent construction projects in the town of Plum Lake. The club’s next construction project will be a new ice rink enclosure in time for the winter ice skating season. —Contributed photos
  • The St. Germain Fish and Wildlife Club will host Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) fisheries biologist Eric Wegleitner as its featured presenter at the St. Germain Community Center Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. 
    Wegleitner will give an overview of
  • The St. Germain Women’s Club will be hosting their annual Christmas craft show and cookie sale, Saturday, Nov.  13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the St. Germain Community Center in St. Germain. 

    Shoppers of all ages can browse
  • Scavenger Stampede fundraiser brings crowd to St. Germain
    A large crowd was on hand Sept. 25 as the St. Germain ATV Club hosted its sixth annual Scavenger Stampede fundraiser.
    According to club Secretary Jack Bourgeois, many attending riders used the convenience of preregistering online.
    Event attendees came from as far as
  • The St. Germain Area Chamber of Commerce has sold out all 200 tickets for its inaugural Olives in October, formerly Martinis in May, set for Saturday, Oct. 16, from 6 to 10 p.m. at Whitetail Inn in St. Germain.

    Now in its eighth year under both names, the
  • Nearly $21,000 raised for Fern Ridge Trail
    Members of the St. Germain Non-Motorized Trail Committee raised $20,692 in support of the Fern Ridge Trail Mountain Bike Project, including an $8,447 donation from nonprofit St. Germain Silent Trails, which held a raffle to raise funds for the project. 
    A $20,692 check was presented to the St. Germain Town Board during its Sept. 23 board meeting. The
  • Plum Lake Lions Club holds annual meat raffle
    The Plum Lake Lions Club held their annual meat raffle at Thunderbird Bar & Grill in St. Germain on Sept. 11. 
    The meat raffle wasn’t confined to meat from St. Germain Sentry Foods, which included prime rib, tenderloin, chicken, ham and more. In addition, baskets were raffled off, and included
  • Moose will be the topic of “Moose Mania” slated for Thursday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m., at the St. Germain Community Center.  
    The Sayner-St. Germain Fish and Wildlife Club will host Department of Natural Resources naturalist Annie McDonnell, who will discuss the history, habits and adaptations of moose, as well as
  • Open house held at Fern Ridge Trails
    St. Germain’s Non-Motorized Sports Committee oversees the building and maintenance of a variety of trails within the town. 
    Over the last year, new trail loops for hiking, snowshoeing and biking were developed in the Awassa property and this year the committee has its eye on completing
  • The Community Blood Center will hold a blood drive Friday, Sept. 17, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church, located at 2903 Highway 155 in Sayner.

    Blood donors must be
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