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  • Reading Heroes program starts for new 2022-’23 school year
    Students at St. Germain Elementary School and Montessori Learning Center recently kicked off another year of the Reading Heroes program Sept. 2 — a program designed to motivate students to read.

    According to
  • Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church, in partnership with The Community Blood Center, will hold a blood drive Friday, Sept. 23, from noon to 4 p.m.

    The church is located at 2903 Highway 155 in Sayner.

    All presenting donors will be
  • A full quorum was present for the St. Germain Town Board’s monthly meeting Sept. 12.

    During the meeting, a storage shed to be located at the Fern Ridge Trail parking area was recommended. The shed will be purchased from Saratoga Custom Sheds and
  • The St. Germain Lions Club will hold a meet-and-greet event with District Gov. Bob Bertch Sunday, Sept. 25, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the St. Germain Pavilion.

    Bertch will dicuss the service the Lions clubs do in local communities and the help local Lions clubs provide to global causes.

    The event is
  • PrimeTimers
    Elections were held by the St. Germain PrimeTimers for the position onf president and two board member seats recently. Members are, from left, Dave Zelinski, treasurer; Nancy Neff, new board member; Barb Steinhilber, secretary; Rosemary Gapa, new board member; Audrey Lehner, past president; Karen Waggoner, newly elected president; Sue Aschenbrenner, board member; Barb Kugel, board member; and
  • The St. Germain Women’s Service Club will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 11 a.m. at Community United Church of Christ in St. Germain.

    The gathering will include lunch and membership meeting.

    The church is located at
  • Playground upgrade
    The town of St. Germain closed the playground at the town park to replace the mulch around all the equipment earlier this month. New mulch has been placed and the playground reopened for use last Thursday. —Photo By Jacki Goebel
  • A pork loin dinner to benefit Plum Lake Ambulance Service (PLAS) will take place Monday, Sept. 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Whitetail Inn in St. Germain.

    This year, PLAS is raising funds for a litter basket stretcher for the Polaris UTV, a nitrous oxide system and a set of vacuum splints.

    “The basket will
  • Backpack drive
    A recent school supply drive in St. Germain and Sayner raised $3,587 along with back to school items to support students at St. Germain Elementary and Montessori Learning Center. The fundraiser, organized by Cory Johnston-Newton (left) and Kelly Newton (right), included a bake sale, piggy banks at local businesses, and donation collections. Principal for both schools Tony Duffek presented the check to organizers. —Photo By Jacki Goebel
  • Final concert crawl performance draws more than 300 attendees
    More than 300 people attended the final concert crawl event of the season Aug. 10 at Murmuring Waters in St. Germain.

    Concert-goers came out to see Bret & Frisk perform and close out the summer concert season in front of a sold out crowd, according to organizers.

    In addition to
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