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  • Holiday ornaments
    Some Three Lakes School students started preparing for Christmas as they took part in the time-honored Wisconsin tradition of creating ornaments for the State Capitol tree. Gov. Tony Evers chose the theme “Celebrate Science,” which includes the topics of clean water, natural sciences sustainability and more. These ornaments are now Madison-bound for the state tree. —Photos By Jennifer West
  • The Sugar Camp School Community Organization (SCO) is hosting its annual fruit sale as a fundraiser.
    The sale will run through Thursday, Nov. 14. Pickup day for the fruit is Friday, Dec. 6, from 3 to 6 p.m. at Sugar Camp School. 
    For more information or to place an order, call Tara at (715) 350-1097.
  • Edward U. Demmer MemĀ­orial Library in Three Lakes announces two openings on the library board of trustees for January 2020. 
    One appointment will complete the year remaining on the term of retiring board member Catherine Marshall, who stepped down after serving 12 years and serving on the
  • The 25th annual Festival of Lights will kick off the holiday season in Three Lakes Friday, Nov. 29, beginning at 4 p.m.
    The event will take place at Cy Williams Park in Three Lakes and will include an old-fashioned tree lighting ceremony and live reindeer, elves and a sleigh for
  • The Three Lakes eighth- grade class will have its annual cake auction this Friday, Nov. 8.
    The cake auction is the largest fundraiser of the year for the class as they prepare for a trip to Washington, D.C., in spring 2020.
    “From the very beginning, the community has
  • Halloween fun
    Nearly 100 youths participated in the Three Lakes Lions Club annual Halloween party at the Three Lakes School last Thursday evening. The youths received treats and participated in a costume contest. —Photo By Jennifer West
  • Lions honored
    Three Lakes Lions Club President Don Meeder presented several members of the club with awards for outstanding dedication and leadership on club projects. They include, from left, Terri Kroll, Al Block and Judy Block for leadership on the Lions Club’s annual calendar (not pictured is Kay Coates); Larry Roth for leadership on the annual golf tournament; and Bob Borek for leadership on the July 4 pancake breakfast. —Contributed Photo
  • Fab Lab Three Lakes, located in the Three Lakes School, has announced its winter community class schedule. 

    All classes are free for Fab Lab members and $10 each for nonmembers. Cost of materials for the classes are included. Classes begin at 6 p.m. Those interested should register by
  • Pumpkin contest
    The Pumpkin Pandemonium contest winners were named for the Three Lakes Elementary School. The library hosts the contest and students are challenged to decorate pumpkins based on a book. The winners were, from left, Ayla Connor, Noah Bauknecht and Karleigh Stone. —Photo By Jennifer West
  • The Sugar Camp School Community Organization (SCO) will host its annual fruit sale as a fundraiser.

    The sale will run from Nov. 1 through Nov. 14. Pickup day for the fruit is Friday, Dec. 6, from 3 to 6 p.m. at Sugar Camp School. 

    For more information or to place an order, call Tara at (715) 350-1097.
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