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  • Rhubarb competition
    Three Lakes Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dennis Meadows presents Mark Wood, the winner of the Rhubarb Fest contest, with his $500 prize. Wood, a Three Lakes resident, prepared a strawberry rhubarb pie with a homemade crust using fresh rhubarb from his garden. —Photo By Jennifer West
  • Three Lakes Women’s Club will host a nine-hole golf scramble Saturday, June 25, at Big Stone Golf Course in Three Lakes.

    Registration for players to take part in the event is still open and raffle items from area businesses that would like to donate continue to be accepted.

    This event will
  • Game feed donation
    Roger Brisk, president of the Three Lakes Tavern League, recently presented a $500 check to Chris Blicharz, president of Three Lakes Fish & Wildlife Improvement Association toward the group’s annual Wild Game Feed, held June 11. —Contributed Photo
  • Pancake breakfast, parade return for 70th year July 4
    The Three Lakes Lions Club will once again sponsor the 70th annual Fourth of July pancake breakfast and parade in downtown Three Lakes.

    The pancake breakfast will be held Monday, July 4, from 7 to 11 a.m. in the Three Lakes High School cafeteria located at the end of West School Street.

    The breakfast will be available before, during or after
  • Twenty-six teams from Wisconsin, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and Illinois will take to the ballfield this weekend, June 24-26, at Don Burnside Park in Three Lakes for the Northwoods Baseball Classic (NWBC).

    Founded in
  • Three Lakes Genealogical Society will host two workshop sessions in the coming weeks for people interested in learning more about beginning genealogy.

    Workshops are scheduled Thursday, July 14, at 6 p.m., and Tuesday, July 19, at 9:30 a.m. at the Edward U. Demmer Memorial Library. The sessions will each be about two and a half hours long. Organizers said
  • Three Lakes’ annual Venetian parade of boats is scheduled Sunday, July 3, starting at 9 p.m. on Big Fork Lake.

    Many of the participating boats and occupants will be decorated in festive July Fourth garb and creative lighting as they travel counter-clockwise along
  • The Three Lakes Lions Club is once again sponsoring the annual Fourth of July parade, now in its 70th year. This year’s theme will be “Red, White and Bluejay.”

    According to
  • COMMUNITY COLLABORATION FUNDS NEW KAYAK LAUNCH AT CY WILLIAMS PARK
    A collaborative effort between the Three Lakes Lions Club, the Three Lakes Community Foundation, the...

  • Highway cleanup
    The Three Lakes Lions Club is now a member of the Adopt-A-Highway program and had a photo taken beneath its new sign on Highway A just west of Three Lakes. Members include, from left, Lions Ken Huebner, Dave Hintz, Dave Sorgel, Chrissy Nowak, Collette Sorgel, Mark Nowak, and Hollie Larkin, dressed as Fran the Lion. Members will clean up litter on their stretch of highway on a regular basis. —Photo By Kerry Griebenow
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