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  • Farmers to Families
    Volunteers from Feed Our Rural Kids (FORK) Inc., Vilas County deputies and others showed up last Friday in St. Germain to take part in the second Farmers to Families program, distributing more than 1,200 30-pound boxes of food. —Photo By Wally Geist
  • The town of St. Germain will host two Halloween activities this Saturday, Oct. 31.
    First up, trick-or-treating will be offered from 4 to 6 p.m. Families are welcome to dress their children in costume in a manner that seems safest to them and
  • Voters in St. Germain will again voice their opinion on whether or not the town clerk and town treasurer positions should be elected or appointed when they visit the polls this Tuesday, Nov. 3.
    According to town Clerk June Vogel, there were
  • Food distributed
    Vilas County Emergency Management Director Sherri Congleton and Vilas County Sheriff Joe Fath helped out at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers to Families Food Box Distribution event held last Friday in St. Germain. Congleton and Fath load food into the vehicles which lined up in the St. Germain Community Park. —Photo By Wally Geist
  • The question of whether or not St. Germain should have a constable or some other means of enforcing its ordinances was discussed at the St. Germain Town Board meeting last week.
    Supervisor Ted Ritter explained that a constable is
  • The Sayner-St. Germain Fish and Wildlife Club will host guest speaker Annie McDonnell, a naturalist at North Lakeland Discovery Center, at its monthly meeting Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. at the St. Germain Community Center.  

    Trumpeter swans are
  • Thrift presents record donation to Kalmar rebuilding project
    Two representatives of the Kalmar Community Center in Eagle River received a donation of $885 from St. Germain Community United Church of Christ Thrift Store Oct. 9.
    Karen Stanton, co-chairwoman of fundraising, and
  • Wildlife program
    Bob Krarup, left, listens to Mark Naniot from Wild Instincts Wildlife Rehabilitation Center as he shares information about Ruby, the red-tailed hawk, at the Sayner-St. Germain Fish and Wildlife Club meeting held Sept. 24. Naniot shared a presentation on “How Humans Can Protect Wildlife from Injury by Their Actions,” such as not using lead fishing tackle, which causes 
  • Clubs donate
    The Star Lakers Club made a donation at the recent Pork Loin Dinner Fundraiser in St. Germain, in which the club presented Plum Lake Emergency Medical Services (PLEMS) a check for $1,000. In April, the Sayner-Star Lake Lions Club presented PLEMS with a $1,000 check to cover expenses for personal protection equipment during the pandemic, and
  • Community members are invited to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote at a free event hosted by Girl Scouts Saturday, Oct. 10.
    The completely contactless event will be held from
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