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  • The Edward U. Demmer Memorial Library in Three Lakes is welcoming families, and especially girls ages 10 to 18, to join them in a new programming series based on females interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.  
    “While a lot of girls between third grade and the end of high school lose interest in
  • Speech contest
    Winners for the school-level competition for the Conservation Speech Contest at Sugar Camp Elementary School included, from left, Sawyer Szews, Kaylee Cornelius, Kailyn Fogerty, Brooke Neumann and Melanie Stauffer. Missing from the photo was Anjeli­ca Zirbes. These students will now move on to compete in the county-level competition on Jan. 15. —Photo By Jennifer West
  • Lions donate
    Lions Club District Gov. Mary Ann Gretenhardt (left) and Three Lakes Lions Club President Don Meeder share with the club where local funds raised are supporting vision related causes, including $1,000 to Leader Dog for the Blind, $1,500 for Wisconsin Lions Camp, $1,000 for Lions Mission Fund, $500 for Eye Bank of Wisconsin, $500 for 
  • OVER 150 PEOPLE ATTEND CHILI COOK-OFF
    A packed house was treated to 14 tasty chilies to sample during the...
  • The American Red Cross is urging eligible donors to give the gift of life to help ensure patients don’t have to worry about the availability of blood this winter.
    Blood and platelet donations of all types are needed, especially
  • Cluck Off
    A snowy Monday night made for a perfect setting at Bonnie’s Lakeside in Three Lakes for the third annual Chicken Cluck Off, a chicken noodle soup competition. The annual event, with all funds raised going to the Three Lakes Christian Food Pantry, started as a friendly competition between Bonnie Lamb and her sister to see who made the best chicken soup. This year's winner was Lori Tillman. —Photos By Kerry Griebenow
  • The Three Lakes Women’s Club will hold its next meeting Wednesday, Jan. 15. The meeting will take place at the Reiter Center, with a social hour at 11 a.m. and chili luncheon at noon.
    This is an opportunity for
  • Humane society donation
    The Sugar Camp Student Council held a candy cane sale for students during December, selling candy canes during their recess. The students raised $374, which will go to the Oneida County Humane Society. The student council holds the sale each year and chooses a local organization or individual to benefit. Taking part in the check presentation were, front row from left,
  • Three Lakes/Brule River Trails will hold a Chili Cook-Off & Meat Raffle this Saturday, Dec. 28, at Pike’s Pine Isle in Three Lakes.
    The event will start at  noon. Chili will be donated by area businesses and members of Three Lakes Trails and Three Lakes Tavern League. 
    Organizers request a
  • Lions donate
    The Three Lakes Lions Club recently donated $1,500 to Mary Ann Gretenhardt of the Wisconsin Lions Camp. Lion Larry Roth, who was chairman of the Three Lakes Lions Club’s golf outing, presented the check to Gretenhardt. —Contributed Photo
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