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  • Holiday decorations
    Some of the Three Lakes Elementary School students made decorations for the Three Lakes Post Office. The students also are holding ornaments for the ornament project sponsored by the Wisconsin governor each year. This year, instead of going to the capitol rotunda, the ornaments will be distributed to veterans, nursing and retirement homes across the state. The ornament theme for this year is “hope.” —Photo By Jennifer West
  • The UW-Madison, Division of Extension in Oneida County and Oneida County 4-H are offering free opportunities for adults to become certified volunteers.

    Adults are needed right now to help youth and teens feel connected and help spark new interests in exploring topics and
    The Three Lakes Fire Department is announcing its third annual “12 Guns of Christmas” gun raffle. 
    Only 1,000 tickets will be sold for the raffle with 12 guns being awarded, one per day from Dec. 14 through Dec. 25. Each day, a raffle ticket will be drawn and announced at
  • Auxiliary to raffle Packers’ football
    The Three Lakes Fire Department Auxiliary is raffling off a 2019 Green Bay Packers’ autographed football.  
    Only 100 tickets will be sold with tickets costing $20 each.  
    Auxiliary members will be at
  • NHS induction
    The Three Lakes High School National Honor Society induction ceremony was held last Monday, with 10 new members inducted into the society. The new inductees include, front row from left, Karmyn Meixner, Kara Sowinski, Megan Lester, Amanda Rieck and Jasmine Neumann; and back row, Ashton Maney, Logan Erikson, Sara Gruszynski, Mari Szews and Jason Berube. Students who are current members include
  • It has been over a year in the making. A collaboration between Three Lakes and the Design Wisconsin Team is leading to a big reveal, according to Jim Morley of Forward Three Lakes.

    Three Lakes area residents and business owners can
  • Pantry donation
    The Three Lakes High School Student Council is in the middle of a food drive, with all food items going to the Three Lakes Christian Food Pantry. As part of the food drive, technical education teacher Mike Gorney and the CNC Club donated $75 to the student council. The food drive runs through Nov. 18. Items can be sent in with students or dropped off at
  • The next meeting of the Three Lakes School Board will be tonight, Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 6 p.m. at Sugar Camp Elementary School.
  • Citizens of Month
    The October Citizens of the Month for Three Lakes Elementary School include, front row from left, Rebekah Koch (fourth grade), Abigail Gensler (first grade), Bailee Bauknecht (kindergarten) and Zeke Demith-Wood (second grade); and back row, Ava Muetlein (fifth grade), Izabella Gensler (third grade), Principal Steve Gruszynski, Owen Liebscher (sixth grade) and Isabella Gloede (fifth grade). —Photo By Jennifer West
  • Several video presentations have been uploaded to as part of the Forward Three Lakes project and are available for all to see. 
    Two upcoming dates to remember include:
    • Nov. 18, 7  p.m. Design Wisconsin Team reveal: short, medium and
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