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  • Time to celebrate
    The Three Lakes girls basketball team stormed the court after winning the WIAA Division 5 Sectional championship in the Three Lakes High School gymnasium last Saturday night. —Photo By Kerry Griebenow
  • The Three Lakes Park Commission accepted bids for construction of new dugouts and resurfacing of the courts at Don Burnside Park at its last meeting.
    A bid of $46,000 by Winchester Builders was accepted for the reconstruction of baseball dugouts that were severely damaged by storms last fall.
    A bid of 
  • What makes a person volunteer?  What makes a person stop volunteering?  How does volunteering enrich lives? 
    The Demmer will host conversations with residents and organizations asking these question and digging into the heart of volunteering in Three Lakes. 
    The programs will be held
  • March is National Reading Month. The Demmer Library will be celebrating by having a Story Walk campfire in the back parking lot Thursday, March 4, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. 
    The library, with the help of
  • Students of the Month
    The January Students of the Month for Three Lakes School in grades 7-12 include, from left, Ayla Connor (seventh grade), Zeke LoGalbo (11th grade), David Kaufman (12th grade), Eli Erickson (eighth grade), Jesse Kleinhans (ninth grade) and Joseph Lorbetske (10th grade). —Photo By Jennifer West
  • The Three Lakes Reiter Center and Demmer Memorial Library will host a mitten tree in the library.
    From now until spring, the organizations are collecting mittens and hats.  Items will be available in the vestibule and are free for the taking.
    “The Reiter Center is proud to partner with the Demmer to offer this resource to our community,” said
  • The Three Lakes Waterfront Association (TLWA) will be having a Shoreline Restoration Contest with applications for the contest being taken until July 12. 
    There also will be a free Zoom workshop titled “Your Shore, Your Lake,” on shoreline restoration as a kickoff event, which will occur
  • The Three Lakes Genealogical Society will hold its next meeting Monday, Feb. 22, at 1 p.m. in the lower level of the Demmer Library. 
    Masks and social distancing will be followed. Nonmembers who would like to attend the meeting virtually should email the library at for
  • Citizens of the Month
    The January Citizens of the Month from Three Lakes Elementary School include, from left, Scarlet Porter (first grade), Jubilee Kleinhans (kindergarten), Ellie LeBuis (fifth grade), Lucas Pitlik (third grade), Merlin Stauffer (second grade), Austin Loduha (fifth grade) and Ben West (sixth grade). They were presented certificates by Principal Steve Gruszynski. Not pictured was Zachary DeHaan (fourth grade). —Photo By Jennifer West
  • The St. Theresa Thrift Store in downtown Three Lakes will be having a 50% off sale on linens and frames the weekend of Feb. 19-20. 

    In addition, the store will offer a wide selection of cookbooks for sale at four for $1.

    The store will be open for the sale from 
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