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  • Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church, in partnership with The Community Blood Center, will hold a blood drive Tuesday, May 19, from 1 to 4 p.m.

    Blood donors must be
  • Town showing signs of ‘waking up’
    The first weekend in May is a time when St. Germain normally shows signs of “waking up” after a long winter of cold and snow.
    This year, the ice was off the lakes for the opening weekend of fishing May 2-3 and most of the piers were in at the boat landings. 
    A tour of lakes showed piers were in at
  • The Plum Lake Public Library is committed to providing patrons access to online resources and safe access to physical materials with safety to both patrons and staff being the utmost concern.  

    Following the update to Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer At Home order, patrons can now
  • The Plum Lake fire and emergency medical services departments along with the Sayner-Star Lake Lions Club, are in the process of making plans to hold a Fourth of July celebration in Sayner. 
    “Of utmost concern is
  • USING ZOOM
    The St. Germain Town Board is using the ZOOM app to conduct its town meetings, allowing...
  • The St. Germain Women’s Service Club’s annual chicken dinner, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 25, has been canceled due to the Safer at Home order which was recently extended from April 24 until May 26 by Gov. Tony Evers.
    This event, held each year on the last Saturday in April, has
  • NIGHT RIDE
    Sayner-Star Lake Lioness Club President Nancy McGee practiced social distancing while...
  • Forester lays out stewardship plan for St. Germain board
    Jill Nemec, a forester with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), presented a draft report for St. Germain Town Board Supervisors to consider at a recent town board meeting.
    The board had requested a study of the 456 acres of wooded lands which is owned by
  • In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Plum Lake Public Library in Sayner recently released a statement saying it is prioritizing the safety and health of its staff and patrons.
    “The health and safety of our patrons and employees is a priority to the Plum Lake Public Library,” said 
  • Due to the recent COVID-19 concerns, the St. Germain PrimeTimers board has decided to cancel all of the group’s events planned for April.
    These include the April meeting, dartball, the Lac du Flambeau casino lunch buffet, and the Wausau shopping trip.
    The board reminds those who need to make the next payment ?for the Frankenmuth trip to mail it to:
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