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Senior Chatter...........................pg. 05
Real Estate................................pg. 04
Death Notices & Editorial..........pg.05
Services...............................pg.14-15
Dining/Entertainment................pg. 18
Recreational.............................pg. 13
Bows/Guns................................pg. 13
Pets..........................................pg. 13
Specialty Shops.........................pg. 08
Help Wanted..............................pg.03
Bids & Notices............................pg.17
Area Events...............................pg. 07
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Volume 29, No. 30, November 10, 2014 (715) 478-3640 or 1-800-234-2152 Fax: (715) 478-3540 email: [email protected]
Businesses invited to learn about
FCEDP revolving loan funds
Thinking about starting a business or adding a
new service or product to your current operation? If so, you
are invited to learn more about the Forest Co Economic
Development Partnership’s Revolving Loan Fund program.
Josh Jameson, FCEDP, will provide information about the
program, eligibilty criteria, and application process at the
monthly meeting of the Friends of Wabeno on November 19
at 7:00 p.m. in the Wabeno Town Hall. This meeting is open
to the public.
After the presentation there will be updates on the
Boardwalk and Trail, Rustic Road Designation, Winter
Downtown Decorations and future fundraising events.
Take a walk on the Barrier-free Boardwalk and Trail
and see how far we have come. While there’s much more to
do, it is really taking shape. We can’t say it enough -- we
truly appreciate the generous support of the Christopher &
Dana Reeve Foundation, Wisconsin Public Service
Foundation, Plum Creek Timber Foundation, Wabeno
American Legion and the Forest County Potawatomi
Foundation plus the invaluable support of community
volunteers, the Wabeno High School, the Wabeno highway
department and the Blackwell Job Corps who are making
the first phase of the Boardwalk and Trail possible.
Come lend your voice and talents to your
community. For more information about activities of the
F r i e n d s ,
p l e a s e
v i s i t
http://townofwabeno.org/FriendsWabeno/FriendsOfWabe
no.html.
NEWCAP Coats for Kids
Program
NEWCAP, Inc. is planning its annual Coats for Kids
Program using items that have been donated by the
community. The program provides cold weather apparel for
Forest County children who are at or below 125% of the
poverty guideline. (For example a family of 4 could have a
monthly income of up to $2,484).
Please help by spreading the word and donating!
We will accept new or gently used coats, snow pants,
mittens, hats, scarves, and boots of all sizes. You can drop
off your donations in the basement of the Crandon
NEWCAP building. Your donations are what keeps this
program running and we couldn’t thank you enough.
We will be doing the “first come, first serve” policy
again this year. You will need to fill out an application when
you come in. We will be running the Coats for Kids Program
this year from November 10th through the 14th, although
we will be closed on Tuesday the 11th due to Veterans Day.
Business hours are 8:00 am – 5:30 pm Monday – Thursday
and Friday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.
NEWCAP greatly appreciates the community’s
past and continued support of this worthwhile project.
Crafters still needed for Friends of
the Lakes Country Library Craft Fair
The Friends of the Lakes Country Library will hold
their 30th annual craft fair in the Mountain and Lakewood
community centers, and the Townsend town hall. This
event, which draws crafters and shoppers from a wide area,
will be held on Saturday, November 29 from 9:30 a.m. to
3:00 p.m. We still have openings for crafters, especially in
Mountain.
Contact Dave at 414-581-0088.
Crandon Middle School Drama
presents "The Beauty Queen of
Cabbage Corners
This flock of bluebills that landed on Rollingstone Lake
about a week ago are telling us something. Yes, winter is coming,
and they are going to spend it in southern climes. In the meantime,
duck hunters will be awaiting the northern flocks.
While the Crandon High School Drama Team has
been preparing for sectionals, Middle School Drama has
been practicing a play called “The Beauty Queen of
Cabbage Corners” by Bill Van Horn.
Cabbage Corners is a small town where Senator
JP Martin grew up. Now he’s back and he’s brought
Barbara Rivers with him to film a documentary introducing
America to small towns across the United States. Only one
problem, Barbara feels she needs to spice things up a bit
to get more viewers. Throw in the great-greatgranddaughter of Calamity Jane and you’re in for a fun
treat.
Enjoy this presentation Friday, November 14 at
7:00 p.m., Saturday, November 15 at 7:00 p.m., and
Sunday, November 16 at 2:00 p.m. Cost is $3.00 for adults,
$2.00 for students and seniors, kids five and under are
free.
Benefit planned for
Linda L. Lukas
Linda Lukas is battling cancer, and some friends
are trying to help by holding a benefit on Saturday,
November 15th at the Laona Fire Station. The benefit
begins at 3:00 p.m.
There will be a $5 cover charge, and a $3.50 BBQ
plate will be served. Music will be donated by "Shake It Up"
DJ service. There will be free refreshments along with
wheel raffles, bucket raffles, 50/50 raffles and a gun raffle.
If you would like to donate to the cause, please
do, as any donation is welcome and readily accepted. Call
Leslie at 715-889-1452 or Tammy at 715-784-1449.
Mole Lake election results
The following people were re-elected by the
Sokaogon Chippewa citizenry in Mole Lake:
Chairman: Chris McGeshick (incumbent)
Vice-Chairman: Arlyn Ackley, Jr. (incumbent)
Secretary: Myra Van Zile (incumbent)
Treasurer: Victoria Ackley (incumbent)
Council 1: Clinton Fox (incumbent)
Council 2: James Polar (incumbent)
Council Members will be sworn in on January
19, 2015.
Forest County election
results
The unofficial election results are posted on the
Forest County website. As you probably know, incumbent
Republican Scott Walker defeated Democratic challenger
Mary Burke for the governor's job.
Forest County agreed with the rest of the state,
supporting Walker by a vote of 2,041 to Burke's 1,499. The
only two precincts that voted for Burke was the Town of
Crandon, with a vote in Burkes favor of 124 to 116, and
Nashville Ward 2, with overwhelming support of Burke by a
vote of 118 to 10.
The county also supported Brad Schimel for
Attorney General by a vote of 1,883 to Susan Happ's 1,412.
The exception was Nashville Ward 2, who voted 100 to 20
for Susan Happ. Schimel also carried the state handily.
Douglas La Follette was a Democrat who won in
Forest County. For some unknown reason, he carried
several precincts to earn a win, with 1,680 votes to Julian
Bradley's 1,497. La Follette also won statewide.
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Veteran’s Day Ceremony and Dinner
Tuesday, November 11 in Crandon
The Veteran’s Day Ceremony and Dinner is
scheduled for Tuesday, November 11. The ceremony will
be held at the Forest County Courthouse Square at 11:00
a.m. Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corp, Gabe Condiff
will be the guest speaker. There will also be taps and a riffle
salute.
Horderves will be started at 5:00 p.m. A chicken
dinner is at 6:00 p.m. The guest speaker is Judy Savard of
Laona. Judy joined the United States Navy at the age of 22
and served her country from 1985 until 1990. She attended
boot camp in Orlando Florida, then went on to “A” School
in Chicago Illinois. Her duty station subase was San
Diego, California. She was a Chief Engineer of a Pusher
Boat. This being a World War Two landing craft revised to
haul oil boom This is only one of many jobs she had during
her tour of duty in the Navy. Judy is a member of the Forest
County Board of Supervisors and a member of the Armed
Services Committee.
See the Pioneer online at
pioneerexpresscrandon.com
Lake Metonga Association to replace aquatic
invasive signs with Green Gift from Cellcom
By Melissa Monte
Congressman Sean Duffy and his staff enjoyed a meal at Tricia's Bistro in Crandon while he
was on the campaign trail last week. He was joined by Tricia, on the left with young friend, and Mary
Verich. Congratulations to Congressman Duffy on his win in last Tuesday's election.
With the help of
Cellcom, the Lake Metonga
Association will be replacing the
aquatic invasive species
awareness signs on the north
and south ends of Lake Metonga
next May.
Lake Metonga
Association Director Les
Schramm submitted a grant
application to Cellcom's Green
Gift program earlier this year.
Since 2004, Cellcom has offered
a cell phone recycling program
where customers can bring in
(Left to right) Cellcom representative Eric Britton
their old or unwanted phones to presented Lake Metonga Association Board of Directors Les
b e r e u s e d a n d r e c y c l e d . Schramm, Kim Reed, Gary Mueller and Chris Mueller a $500 check
Cellcom's Green Gifts program towards replacing the invasive species signs.
donates proceeds from cell
phone recycling to local organizations, programs and projects that are dedicated to or support
environmental sustainability.
Continued on Page 13
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Help Wanted
Forest Co. Potawatomi Caring Place
HELP WANTED
Position Title: LPN
Classification: Non-Exempt
Supervisor: Nursing Supervisor; Grade: NE10
Posted: 9-25-14; Closing: Until Filled
Position Summary:
The LPN provides direct resident care, data collection,
medication pass, updates care plans and resident data as
needed. Reports change of condition to RN and/or
provider. Evaluates environment for safety and patient
needs. Maintains a positive presence with residents and
staff through effective communication, positive attitude,
and timely service.
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Minimum Qualifications:
Current LPN license in Wisconsin
Current CPR/BLS certification
*Must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and be
authorized as eligible for coverage under the Tribe’s
Insurance prior to an actual start date. *Must maintain a
valid Wisconsin Driver’s license as a condition of
employment. *Must pass a background check, which will
be performed on all applicants. *Must successfully pass a
pre-employment drug screening.
As authorized by
Federal Law, the Forest County Potawatomi Community
reserves the right to exercise preference in hiring for
qualified Tribal members/Indians in connection with all job
openings.
Send applications to:
Forest County Potawatomi
Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 340
Crandon, WI 54520
Phone: (715) 478-7200•Fax: (715) 478-7215
POSITION OPEN Dental Receptionist / Scheduling
Health & Wellness Dental
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O T I C E Wanted
O F B ID
The Town of Caswell will be accepting
applications for part-time General Town
Maintenance personnel. This will be based as
needed or on call and will include specific job
duties and CDL preferred/required.
Contact the Town Clerk for an application,
description of duties and rate of pay. The deadline
for applications will be November 10, 2014 at 5:00
p.m.
Help Wanted
Potawatomi Stone Lake C-Store
Food Service Helper
Position Summary:
This position is responsible for helping the Supervisor with
food prep and clean-up of the Stone Lake C-Store Deli.
This position ensures that safe and hygienic food
conditions/preparation before, during and after serving are
being practiced.
Minimum Qualifications:
High School Diploma or GED plus one year experience in a
kitchen environment cooking. Must have Food Safety
Certificate. Must be able to successfully pass a preemployment drug/alcohol screen and background
investigation.
*Must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and be authorized as eligible
for coverage under the Tribe’s Insurance prior to an actual start date. *Must
maintain a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license as a condition of employment.
*Must pass a background check, which will be performed on all applicants.
*Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening. As authorized
by Federal Law, the Forest County Potawatomi Community reserves the
right to exercise preference in hiring for qualified Tribal members/Indians in
connection with all job openings.
POSTED: 10-15-14; CLOSING:Until Filled; Classification: Non-
Dental Receptionist duties, answer phones, take messages, greet
patients, clerical duties and assist patients as needed.
*Must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and be authorized as eligible for
coverage under the Tribe’s Insurance prior to an actual start date. *Must maintain
a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license as a condition of employment. *Must pass a
background check, which will be performed on all applicants. *Must successfully
pass a pre-employment drug screening. As authorized by Federal Law, the Forest
County Potawatomi Community reserves the right to exercise preference in hiring
for qualified Tribal members/Indians in connection with all job openings.
POSTED: 10-30-14 • CLOSING: Until Filled
Grief Education and Support Series-Lakewood
St. Mary's of the Lake Parish located on Cty Hwy F
and St. Mary's Road in Lakewood will host a third grief
education and support session on November 23, 2014. The
session will be held at 10:00 a.m. downstairs in the social hall.
An elevator is available for your convenience. Sue
Mackowski, Grief and Loss Facilitator with Ministry
Home/Care Hospice will present "Grief and the Holidays".
Refreshments will be served.
The sessions are non-denominational, free of charge
and open to all those who have lost a loved one, suffered
through divorce or other loss and for anyone who wants to
understand grief more deeply. You may RSVP for the session
by calling the parish office at 715-276-7364 . F o r m o r e
information, please contact Deacon Bill Doran at 715-2763926.
Family and Child Learning Centers of Northeast
Wisconsin, Inc. has an opening for an Experienced
Early Childhood Education Teacher at its Forest
County Head Start Center.
EXPERIENCE AND/OR QUALIFICATIONS:
A Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education
or closely related field with a minimum of 18 credits
in ECE and prefer at least three (3) years’ experience
in the classroom.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Include
classroom management, supervision of Center
staff, curriculum implementation, parent
involvement coordination, record keeping, and
training.
WORK CONDITIONS: Work thirty-eighty (38)
hours per week. A medical, dental, vision and life
insurance program is available to eligible
employee.
Interested applicants please write or call for
an application to:
Family & Child Learning Centers of N.E.W., Inc.
PO Box 459, Rhinelander, WI 54501-0459
1-715-369-5688 ext. 110
Requests for employment applications closes
at noon, November 14, 2014.
Family and Child Learning Centers of Northeast
Wisconsin, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Exempt, Supervisor: Food Service Supervisor, Grade: NE3
HELP WANTED: Bartender
Classification: Non-Exempt; Supervisor: Dental Director; Grade: NE5
at Main Street Ed's. Apply in
Position Summary:
person or call 715-649-3810.
Schedules patients for Dental Providers and Specialists. Perform Betc29
Minimum Qualifications:
•High School Diploma or GED
•Reception experience
•Exceptional customer service skills.
•Computer and typing skills, basic knowledge of Excel and
Word.
•Good telephone and communication skills.
•Good interpersonal skills and the ability to get along with a
diverse population.
•Confidentiality a must. Must pay strict attention to the HIPPA
guidelines.
HEAD START POSITION OPENING
TEACHER
Wipfli is currently seeking a
Staff Accountant for our
Rhinelander, WI, office.
This position will conduct
reviews and compilations,
prepares financial
statements, tax returns,
payroll processing, and
communicates results to
client and firm associates.
This position will feature
health/dental insurance,
flex spending options,
HSA, 401k and profit
sharing.
For individuals who are
interested in pursuing a
career that provides
diversity with a firm that is
d e d i c a t e d
t o
understanding its clients
business needs with
innovative approaches to
today's challenges, we
invite you to explore the
possibilities by visiting the
Careers page at our
website: wipfli.com.
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Position Open - School District of Laona - Business Director
The School District of Laona is looking for a full-time Business Director. The
Business Director will assist the Superintendent in the development and
management of the annual budget, financial planning & forecasting; supervise
accounting and financial controls for all local, state and federal accounts; and
handle all purchasing and payroll responsibilities. The Business Director is to
account for and record the business affairs of the District in such a way as to
provide the best possible educational service with the financial resources
available. If interested, please send a letter of interest, resume
and three letters of reference to:
Laurie Asher, District Administrator
5216 Forest Avenue, Ste. A
Laona, WI 54541
Deadline for applying is Friday, November 21, 2014.
The School District of Laona is an Equal Opportunity Provider and does not discriminate on the basis
of sex, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital or
parental status, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability.
WANTED: Chain saw
operator. Must have log
cutting experience. Work
locally. Call 715-889-0942.
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H E L P WA N T E D : S e m i
driver. Must have CDL. Home
at night. Call 715-889-0942.
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Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
GET YOUR
E-CIGARETTE
TODAY!
We are your local E-Cig
headquarters.
Rechargeable, refillable
starter kits at only
$10.00! Over 100
flavors available!
Still Smoking
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
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Child Development
Screening Wabeno
The School District
of Wabeno Area will provide
individual developmental
screening for young children
living in the district
beginning at age 2 ½. Areas
screened will include
communication, movement,
social, and cognition.
In an effort to meet
the needs of all of our
families, developmental
screenings will be offered
throughout the school year
by appointment.
If you have
questions regarding your
child’s development and
would like to set a screening
appointment, please call the
Elementary school at 715473-3633 ext. 4507.
POLICE OFFICER - CRANDON POLICE DEPT.
Reason for Announcement: Part-Time Police Officer & Establish
Eligibility List
Responsibilities: Physical ability to perform essential functions of a police
officer; ability to use all standard police equipment, techniques, and use of
force options; good verbal and written communication skills, as well as
knowledge in operating computer programs and systems.
Wage: $16.41/hr.
Benefits: Wisconsin retirement fund; clothing allowance; optional benefits
available for life insurance and deferred compensation.
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; minimum age - 18; driver’s license; good driving
record; good physical condition; eligibility for Wisconsin Law Enforcement
Standards Board Certification; high school diploma; at least 60 college
credits from an accredited institution; ability to possess a firearm; no felony
convictions; no domestic abuse convictions; vision correctable to 20/20;
good verbal and written communication skills; react quickly and effectively
to stressful situations; able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays;
clear and concise speech; ability to handle several tasks simultaneously;
ability to perform essential functions of this position; ability to use all
standard law enforcement equipment.
Apply by: December 5th, 2014 at 2:00 p.m.
Submit: Fully Completed DJ-LE-330, Resume, Transcripts; Contact:
Administrative Assistant Bev Dennison
Crandon Police Department, 208 S. Hazeldell Ave., PO Box 44, Crandon, WI
54520
Phone: (715) 478-1000 • Fax: (715) 478-3814
Email: [email protected]
Notes: Oral interviews; Psychological profile; Medical examination; Drug
screening; Background investigation; Physical fitness/agility screening;
EOE.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 04, NOVEMBER 10, 2014
FOR SALE: Older 2 story,
3 bedroom home with 40
acres of land. Home has
main floor laundry, 1
bathroom, new gas
furnace, pellet stove,
windows, roof and
appliances included. Land
is excellent for hunting
with state land access on 2
sides. Located on town
road for snowmobiling and
ATV use. Price $165,000.
Call 715-478-3517.
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F O R R E N T: S m a l l 2
bedroom home with 2 car
garage plus appliances.
$600 per month. Call 715478-3958.
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FOR RENT IN CRANDON: 1
bedroom main floor apt.,
very clean, appliances
included. Available 10/1/14.
$350 per month plus one
month's security. Also in
Crandon: 3 bdrm. ranch with
2 car garage. Available
12/1/14. Very reasonable
utilities. Rent of $700 plus
one month's security. No
pets or smoking. References
required. Contact Jim or
Peggy Houle at 715-4782531.
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Post Lake Real Estate LLC
JERRY KATCH - Broker / Owner
www.postlakerealestate.com
Phone: 715-216-0838
Email: [email protected]
“Exclusive Post Lake Property Specialist”
Lakefront-Cottages-Homes-Vacant Lots-Cabins
Post Lake (Upper & Lower) is located in Langlade County, WI
in the township of Elcho on Hwy K between State Hwy's 45 & 55.
Total water surface is 1,136 acres plus the famous Wolf River.
Call now to live the 'UP NORTH' dream. ATV & Snowmobile trails.
See Featured Listings on website: www.postlakerealestate.com
Jeff Radish, Broker/Owner
Vicky Radish, Sales Associate
Realty
715-276-6027
Cell: 715-850-0455
Fax: 715-276-1108
17585 Red Maple Lane
Townsend, WI 54175
Real Estate
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom 1
bath house with 2 car
detached garage on 2.6
acres. Hwy 8 frontage in
City of Crandon. Home
has its own well and
septic. Great starter home
or rental unit. Home also
has adjoining 4.99 acres
that could be sold with
home. 8943 E. Pioneer
Street. $58,000 OBO.
Shown by appointment
only. Call 715-649-3655 or
715-889-9034.
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DON'T MISS THIS
White Lake Apartments
Near spring fed fishing
lake and National Forest!
Like new, 2-3 bedroom.
Includes heat, water, air,
microwave, appliances, full
size washer/dryer in unit,
security system. On site
management. Call Sally
(715)216-5147.
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WABENO - 3 bedroom
apartments (Orchard
Ridge Apartments). Rent
is based on 30% of your
gross adjusted income
and includes water, sewer,
garbage and HEAT! Major
appliances, off street
parking and laundry
facilities. To receive an
application, please call 1800-938-5648.
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer.
Equal Housing
Opportunity.
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Handicap
Accessible
www.radishrealty.com [email protected]
NEW ON THE MARKET!
N9315
Riverside
Road,
Pearson
Very clean and well maintained home. Approximately 7
years ago these items were updated: electric, drilled well,
septic system and furnace. There is a full basement except
under the 18' x 7'6" entry way. Laminate flooring is in the
entry way and under the tenants carpet in the living room.
Located on a no thru street and adjacent to DNR land and
just a stone’s throw away from the Wolf River. There is
currently a tenant in the home, who would probably stay
on if this is an investment property for you. Priced at only
$59,900
7411 Star Lake Road, Crandon
30 acres of land with a beautiful full log cabin that is also
adjacent to 100's of acres of open forest land, which is
told to be one of the best deer hunting areas around. The
cozy cabin is equipped with solar power and has a gas wall
furnace and lovely gas fireplace. There are enchanting gas
lights, and a skylight to light up those cloudy days and at
night. . The main level has a great room with living room,
kitchen and sleeping area, all with hardwood flooring . The
sleeping loft has rooms for extra company or hunters to
rest. New deck and roofing are a great feature and there is
an outdoor privy. The level all wooded land has blackberry
bushes and mature trees. The area has several small
fishing lakes and is just a short drive to Lake Lucerne.
Here's your chance to slow down and enjoy living. Come
join us in the Greater Northwoods for only $129,900
Lots on
Buck Run,
Wabeno
Nicely wooded 2 to 4 acre lots adjacent to the National
Forest, near Little Long Lake & Roberts Lake.
Snowmobile, fish, hunt, relax or call it home. Situated in
an area where all sports and relaxation is available.
Covenants are in place to protect your investment.
Manufactured homes are allowed (no mobile homes). Such
a beautiful area for you to enjoy. Starting at $12,500
5095 W Silver Lake Rd., Laona, WI
Ready to Live Up to Your Expectations in a home that has it
all? This Laona home has a fireplace gracing the living room
and beautiful lead crystal partitions for the dining and living
rooms. The spacious master suite has a beautiful full
bathroom and the well thought out kitchen has everything
you need. The home has central air and vacuum and the
basement is partially finished with a bonus bedroom for the
occasional guest and a half bathroom. There is a large
laundry room and more space ready to be finished off or
used as storage. The 3 stall attached garage is insulated
and easy to drive into right off the street. A beautifully
landscaped yard of many perennials and there is a watering
system for your plants. Close to Silver Lake for your
enjoyment and a truly exceptional home you'd be proud to
own. Priced at only $199,900
Email:
[email protected]
108 N. Lake Street
(Laona State Bank Building)
Crandon, WI 54520
1-877-C21-NWDS
Northwoods Team, Inc.
(715) 478-3744
FOR SALE: Beautiful
building site for a cabin or
home. 5 miles from
Crandon in large
hardwoods. Call 715-4783566. If no answer, leave a
message.
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CRANDON - Bring a pet!
Check out our 1 bedroom
apartments at the
Glenview Senior
Apartments. Specifically
built for persons 62 years
of age or older
handicapped/disabled
individuals. Rent starts at
$500 per month and
includes water, sewer,
garbage pickup, HEAT,
major appliances, off
street parking and laundry
facilities. Call 800-9383229 for an application
or more information.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider
and employer.
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FOR RENT: CRANDON Bright white, sunny one
bedroom + office, one bath
duplex for rent on Glen St.
Freshly painted, new flooring,
new appliances, laundry,
private parking, small yard.
Suitable for adult couple or
senior citizen. $450/month
plus utilities, $450 deposit. No
pets. References required.
Available immediately. Call
715-478-7748.
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FOR RENT: Quiet Langlade
cabin opposite Wolf River, 22
miles east of Antigo. 2
smaller bedrooms, range,
refrigerator, heat included.
Perfect for 1-2 people. No
smoking. $375 monthly. Call
715-842-7607 or 715-4707195.
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FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment in downtown
Crandon. Fully furnished,
includes heat, water and
garbage. No pets. For
more information, please
call 715-902-0308 or 715902-0203. Available
immediately.
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FOR SALE ON LT. RICE
LAKE FLOWAGE: App. 18
acres with 3 bedroom
home, 2 1/2 car garage,
plus a 2 bedroom rental
home and an extra lot.
Fairly private. All for under
$200,000. Call Rick at 715902-0233 or 715-627-4181.
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Patricia Reischl
Broker Associate
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It has been well said that
a hungry man is more
interested in four
sandwiches than four
freedoms.
FOR SALE: 4.99 acres,
Hwy. 8 East (E. Pioneer St.)
frontage in City of Crandon.
Property has great
potential for home or
business. $18,000. Call
715-649-3655 or 715-8899034.
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LOT PRICES REDUCED!
PICKEREL, WI -- (3
LOTS) -- All beautifully
secluded Lakefront
property located on Crane
Lake (341 Acres) in
Kasson Bay in Forest
County, WI. Lots are
adjoining and wooded.
Can be sold separately or
as one parcel. LOT #2 -106 ft. of Lakefront. LOT
#3 -- 121 ft. of Lakefront.
LOT #4 -910 ft. of
Lakefront with a 90 ft.
point. 1,137 ft. of total Lake
frontage! Crane Lake is
connected by a channel to
Pickerel Lake (1300
Acres). Swimming,
fishing, boating, hunting,
& 2 casinos within 20
miles. If a buyer should
buy all 3 lots, we will give
them our beautiful 12 x 68
mobile home 3 blocks
away from the property.
Call 262-862-2769 or 262331-0752.
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FOR SALE-CRANDON
1990 14x70 Trailer. New windows, all new
cabinets and counter tops, and new appliances.
In excellent condition. 28 x 40 insulated garage
built 5 years ago. All on 1.9 acres bordering
county land. 5.5 miles south of Crandon. If
interested or questions call Jeff at 715889-2899. $60,000.
HOUSE FOR SALE
Recently updated from top to bottom, 2 bedroom 1
bath city home on a double lot with a new heated three
car garage. Asking $109,900. View by appointment
only 715-889-1285.
FOR RENT
Apartment for rent.
Spacious, upper apartment
with 2 bedrooms in Hotel
Crandon. $425 rent and
security deposit. Call Mark
at 715-889-0859 for
appointment to view.
"The secret to
staying young is to
live honestly, eat
slowly and lie
about your age."
Lucille Ball
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HCE Lakewood-Home & Community
Education
HCE Meetings are held at the Presbyterian
Church in Lakewood at 1:30 PM -3:00 p.m. the second
Wednesday of the month.
Just a quick reminder that the next meeting is on
November 12 at 1:30 p.m.– 3:00 p.m.
We will be doing a quick Christmas table runner
for a craft. If possible, please bring a food pantry item.
New members are always welcome, bring a
friend. For information, contact Karen Prueter, 715-2767313 or a HCE member.
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DEATH NOTICES
After over two weeks of being kept alive only by
mechanical means, being under heavy sedation to relieve
continuous pain and realizing that he would never again be
able to move much more than a few toes, one pinky finger or
his eyelids, Dan Seekins asked his medical staff and family
to honor his living will, which ironically he had written and
signed the day before his accident. He had discussed this
considerably with his family and medical staff during his
hospital stay.
With family around him, they honored his desires
on Monday afternoon with each family member sharing in a
small shot of brandy (Dan's favorite drink), talking to Dan
and enjoying the moment with Dan. Laughter and love was
present. Dan found enjoyment in and then solitude during
the little over an hour before he passed away around 6:53
p.m. Monday evening.
Funeral arrangements are as follows: A wake for
Dan will be held at the Taylor Funeral Home in Staples,
Minnesota on Monday, November 17 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
A funeral will be held for Dan the following day, Tuesday,
November 18, at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Motley,
Minnesota at 11 a.m. An additional prayer service will be
held for Dan on Thursday, November 20 at the East Lincoln
Alliance Church in Amery.
Cards of condolences can be sent to: Anita
Seekins, 39315 Norris Road, Cushing, MN 56443.
WEBER-HILL
FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION SERVICES
Family Owned & Operated
Gregory L. Weber • Susan I. Hill
Anthony J. Weber • James Evans
302 S. Lake Ave. Crandon • 1768 Oconto Ave., Wabeno
(715) 478-2322 • (715) 473-3131
www.weberhillfuneralhome.com
FOREST GRANITE WORKS
MONUMENTS • MARKERS • COUNTERTOPS
Personalized & Professional Service
Specializing in Hand Carved & Computer Designs
EST.
1979
2ND GENERATION
E. Glinski & Sons
Owners / Operators
“Cherish a Life
for a Lifetime”
Crandon, WI
715-478-3958
www.forestgraniteworks.com
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Submitted by Kate Schultz
Engagement - Walentowski - Smith
Ice issues
Winter comes with ice in many parts of the
country. Whether you are in the city or country, you could
be walking on thin ice when it comes to safety unless you
follow this advice:
• Wear footwear with nonslip rubber or neoprene
grooved soles.
• Learn how to walk on ice if there's no way
around it. Lean slightly forward and bend your knees; take
short, shuffling steps to increase traction and move
slowly. If possible, use stationary objects such as a vehicle
or a wall for support as you walk, or put hands out to the
side for balance.
• Drive slowly even if the roads seem clear. There
could be black ice - an extra-thin, nearly invisible layer of
ice that usually forms in shaded areas. Take extra care on
bridges and overpasses.
• Give yourself more room to stop if driving in
winter conditions.
• Brake gently, and accelerate and decelerate
slowly to avoid skids.
• Don't use cruise control or overdrive on icy
roads.
Forest County Commission on Aging DOT Bus
Schedule
Monday - November 10 - Alvin and Nelma to
Rhinelander (Crandon and Argonne standby) - Bus
driver: Hal Weisnicht
Wenesday - November 12 - City route to
Schaefer's/downtown/clinic/Crandon Public Library (8
a.m. to 12 p.m.); Wabeno, Blackwell, Laona and Crandon
to Crandon (1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.) - Bus driver: Hal
Weisnicht
Crandon, Argonne, Hiles, Three Lakes and Sugar
Camp to Rhinelander - Bus driver: Dan Pedersen
Hal Weisnicht: 715-478-2961
Dan Pedersen: 715-478-4254
TOPIC OF THE MONTH
“Pick a Better... Fruit”
MEAL SCHEDULE
CRANDON, WABENO, LAONA
Monday - November 10 - Chicken enchilada with
peppers and onions, Spanish rice, fruit, tres leches cake
Monday - November 17 - Spaghetti with meatballs and
sauce, tossed salad, fruit, garlic bread, jello
CRANDON, WABENO, LAONA
Tuesday - November 11 - Roast pork spatzle, sweet and
sour cabbage, oat bread, ice cream
Tuesday - November 18 - Baked chicken, 1/2 baked
potato with sour cream, green beans, sunflower flax,
bread, chocolate chip nut bar
CRANDON
Wednesday - November 12 - Bean soup with bacon and
vegetables, tossed salad, fruit, corn muffin, brownie
Wednesday - November 19 - Pulled pork sandwiches on
a bun, carrot raisin salad, fruit, chocolate cake - BINGO LAONA, WABENO CONGREGATE
Thursday - November 13 - Bean soup with bacon,
vegetables, tossed salad, fruit, corn muffin, brownie
Thursday - November 20 - Pulled pork sandwiches on a
bun, carrot raisin salad, fruit, chocolate cake
ARMSTRONG CREEK
Tuesday - November 11 - Roast pork spatzle, sweet and
sour cabbage, oat bread, ice cream -MUSIC Tuesday - November 18 - Baked chicken, 1/2 baked
potato with sour cream, green beans, sunflower flax,
bread, chocolate chip nut bar - BINGO ALVIN
Thursday - November 13 - Lasagna, salad, peaches,
garlic bread, cookie
Thursday - November 20 - Turkey, mashed potatoes,
peas and carrots, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls, pumpkin
pie
WABENO HOME DELIVERED MENU
MONDAY, TUESDAY same as CRANDON
THURSDAY same as LAONA
Please register with Commission on Aging - 715-478-3256
Crandon site manager Pat Raml is at 715-4780742 (home) or 715-478-3040 (site). Serving at 12:00 p.m.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Alvin site manager Florence Kostka at 715-5454063 (home) or 715-545-3323 (site). Meal served at 4:30
p.m. on Thursday.
Laona site manager Peggy Alderton at 715-8893116 (cell). Meal served at 12:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday
and Thursday.
Wabeno site manager Diana Reed at 715-8500626 (home) or 715-473-4333 (site). Meal served at 11:30
a.m. on Monday and Tuesday. Home delivered on
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Armstrong Creek site manager Jill Criel at 715336-3178 (home) or 715-336-2218 (site). Meal served at
11:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
Brent and Martha Walentowski and Ed and Lee
Smith are proud to annouce the engagement of their
children, Natalie Jean Walentowski to Avery James Smith.
Natalie and Avery are both 2012 graduates of Crandon High
School. Currently Natalie and Avery are both students at
UW-Milwaukee where Natalie is currently pursuing a degree
as a Medical Technologist and Avery is pursuing a degree in
Electrical Engineering. Natalie is the grandaughter of Dorla
Pitts (the late Melvin 'Pat" Pitts) and Clem and Sandy
Walentowski, all of Crandon. Avery is the grandson of Jim
and Gail Smith of Crandon, and the late Jack and Clara
Kryka of Antigo.
The couple will exchange wedding vows in Crandon on
August 1, 2015.
Brushing the trails
On Saturday, October 25, 2014, the Lumberjack
Memorial Snowmobile Club (LMT), along with the
Snowmowheelers Snowmobile Club had their annual
brushing trails day. We were blessed with a beautiful sunny
warm autumn day. Groups of volunteers were dispersed
throughout the massive 90 mile LMT trail system with chain
saws and clippers in hand. After a day of hard work the
volunteers met for a phenomenal dinner at Duck's Bar in
Crandon.
Pictured is the team of volunteers that brushed
County Rd. Q to Crandon taking a well deserved break. This
trail is just a small part of the County owned trail system
which includes East Hill and the beautiful views of Lake
Metonga along with the Ruffled Grouse area.
President and groomer driver, Dave Velie, Sr. drove his UTV.
LMT trail groomer, Steve Bunda piloted a 1966 CJ- 5 Jeep.
ATV volunteers were Aaron Velie, Dave Velie, Jr., Todd
Muenster and Mike Link.
Please support all Forest County business's and
consider joining a local snowmobile club. The LMT club and
many other clubs are run solely by volunteers, membership
dues, fund raisers and state funded money to help keep our
trails well maintained/groomed for all to enjoy.
Information for the LMT snowmobile club can be
found online at:lmtsnowmobiletrails.com.
Come join us in worship at the
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Community Church of Mole Lake
We are a nondenominational church that uses the
Bible as our authority for faith and practice. We learn
the truth of God's word through verse by verse
exposition of the Scripture.
Worship Service: 10 a.m.
Sermon Topic: The Certainty of the Judgment, and
the Importance of the Work. (Matthew 23: 34-36)
2973 Highway 55, Crandon • 715-784-0250
Three Lakes School/
Community Arts Association
Celebrating 20 years
Presents
S w e e t D re a m s & H o n k y To n k s
Friday, November 14, 2014
7:30 pm
Three Lakes School Auditorium
Three Lakes, Wi
Backed by a three piece band, Tom & Jami perform the best loved songs of four
classic and innovative musical artists and take you inside your colorful private
lives.
For more information, Please
call 715-546-8306
All School District of
Crandon Area Veterans
All of our local Veterans are invited
to share breakfast with our students
on Veteran’s Day, hosted by the
Middle/High School students.
Tuesday, November 11
Breakfast will begin at 7:30 – 8:15 a.m.
A short program, for the veterans, will follow
at 8:15 a.m. in the Auditorium. Please call the
District Office (715) 478-6200 to RSVP for breakfast.
Area Events
Come Worship With Us
Daily Mass Times
Rev. Callistus I. Elue
(Consult the weekly bulletin for
Mass Times:
any week day Mass changes)
Saturday's - 5:00 p.m. •Tuesday's - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday's - 9:00 a.m. •Wednesday's - 12 Noon
•Thursday, Adoration
Confessions:
& Mass - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday's 9-10 a.m.
•Friday - 12 Noon
St. Joseph Catholic Church
208 North Park Ave., Crandon 54520 • 715-478-3396
CRAFT BEER TASTING EVENT
Sponsored By Central Beer Distributors, Inc
Saturday, Nov 15
3 pm- 7 pm
at PACK 'EM INN BAR
$25 Cover Charge INCLUDES
Beer Tasting of MANY Craft Beers,
Free Food,
Complimentary Beer Glass,
Door Prize Entry!
LIVE Music atori Cheese &
9 pm - 1 am SPeroutka's Brats
L
Buc arge
ke t
R
Flat
Scre affles
& M en TV
ore!
COMMUNITY
BILLBOARD
• St. John's Lutheran Church (LCMS) - Worship at 9 a.m. Sunday and 6
p.m. Monday. Wednesday - children's after school. Located at N9834
Hwy. 55 in Pickerel. Call 715-484-3382 for more information.
•AA Meetings - Back Door Group - Open meetings Monday & Thurs.
Nights @ 7 p.m., Lakewood Lakes Country Library. Call Mary 715-2762318 or Bill 715-882-3512.
•Forest Cty. Humane Society - Open to Public every Sat. from 1-3 p.m/
Call for more info. 715-478-2098.
•AA Meeting - Saturdays, 9 a.m., Wabeno Fire Station, side entrance.
•Crandon VFW Post - Meets the second Tuesday of the month. 1:30
p.m. at the VFW building, 104 N Forest.
•Support Group for Parent of Children with Disabilities - Call Chris at
715-784-0058
•Crandon Lions Board Meetings - 1st Monday of the month at Crandon
Library at 6 p.m. (downstairs). Member Meeting - 3rd Monday of month
at 5:30 p.m.; Oct., Nov. and Dec. at Duck's Bar.
• Bridge Community Dental Health Clinic - This project serves people of
all ages in Forest County for People who have Badger Care, medical
Assistance & UNINSURED to schedule an appointment call (715) 8484884. Call the Health Dept. for more information at 715-478-3371.
•Good Shepard Lutheran Church - Hwy 55N, Crandon. Sunday service
9:30 a.m. with Communion on 1st & 3rd Sunday. Wednesday service at
6pm with Communion on 2nd & 4th Wednesday. No Saturday services.
•Christian Motorcyclist Association Spirit Ryders Chapter of Langlade
& Forest Co. Invites you to attend out monthly meetings on the last
Saturday of each month. Call George 715-350-1679.
•Crandon PTO - 1st Monday of month, 6-7 p.m., Elementary Cafeteria.
•Wellbriety 12 Step Meeting (AA/NA) - Monday nights, 6 p.m. - ? lower
level of FCP Museum, Mish•Ko•Swin Lane, Crandon. Call Brooks Boyd
for more information at 715-889-4902
•Town of Lincoln Board Meetings - 2nd Monday of each month, 6 p.m.,
Town of Lincoln Hall.
•AA Meeting - Antigo Hospital, Saturdays at 7:00 p.m.
•Forest County Humane Society Meeting - Every Fourth Monday of the
month, 6:30 p.m., Crandon Library.
•Highway 55 Flea Market - Every Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., at the
Nashville Town hall, corner of Hwys. 55 & B, Crandon Interested vendors
or for more information call Linda at 715-484-7271.
•AA meeting - Crandon AA Big Book Study group - Thursdays, 7-?, New
location, VFW Post Hall, 104 N. Forest Ave., Crandon, behind the Laona
State Bank parking lot Contact # 715-784-6077.
• Tops will meet at Wabeno Town Hall on Mondays. Weigh in at 7:30 am
with meeting following at 7:45. For more info call 715-473-2613.
•Pickerel Area 50 Plus will meet on Nov. 13 at noon at the St. John's Hall
for our annual Thanksgiving Dinner. Bring friends & a dish to pass. Gold
Country Music will play after dinner. For info call Marge 715-484-2205 or
Bob 715-478-5199.
•AA Meeting - White Lake, Sunday Morning, 10:00 AM at the White Lake
Fire House. Mike - 175-882-8901 or Bill - 715-882-3512
Proceeds Benefit
The Forest County Ties That Bind Us
Christmas Craft Fair
Saturday, Nov. 22
9 am to 2 pm
T-Bob's Bar & Grill
Laona
Two-man power saw donated
to Camp 5 by Laney Lafferty
Laney Laffety, of Laona, generously donated to
Camp 5 Museum, a two-man 1951 power saw that had
belonged to his father.
The two-man power saw was
invented During WWII.
It was considered your patriotic duty to get out in the woods
and provide wood for the war effort as well as pulpwood
St. John's Lutherans Church
Chili Dinner
Wednesday, Nov 19 at 5 pm.
Services to follow at 7pm. Free will
offering. Take out available.
Call ahead for take out
orders. 715-484-3382
Hunters Welcome!!
St. Mary’s of the Lake
Harvest Dinner
We will be having our Harvest Dinner
on Saturday, Nov. 22, serving from
4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at
St. Mary’s Church Hall
at 15232 County F in Lakewood.
Menu: Beef-Tips, Roast Chicken, Mashed
Potatoes, Stuffing, Green Bean Casserole,
Bread, Coleslaw, Cranberry Relish,
Homemade Pies, Coffee & Milk.
Cost is $10 per person and $5 for children
4 to 12 years, under 4 are free. Carry-outs
are available. Hall is elevator accessible.
A Hunter’s Mass is scheduled for 6:00 p.m.
ALL ARE WELCOME! Bring a friend!
3rd ANNUAL
CRANTUCKY DOE FEST
Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 10 am
Northwoods Recreation Center
(Old High School, Crandon)
100 N. Prospect Ave.
Fry Bread Tacos • Pies
Jennifer Sue's Cupcakes
Christine's Caramel Apples
Local Venders & Crafts
The Deadline For ads
in the Pioneer Express
is 4:00 pm on
Tuesday
for paper products and the new paper laminates.
Mr. Lafferty, himself a longtime Connor Lumber
and Land Company employee and later Nicolet
Hardwoods Corp. donated the Two-Man Power Saw to
Camp 5 Museum to add to the early power saw collection.
"What makes this saw unique, said Mr. Lafferty is
that the original operation manual and the leather harness
is still intact."
Mr. Lafferty continued, "This is a 25 horsepower
motor and so powerful. The man in the harness had to be
really strong! I do not know how my dad did it! He was
smaller Than I am, and that saw is a lot to manage!"
In donating the 1951 two-man power saw to
Camp 5 Museum, Sara Connor, Executive Director said,
"This saw shows the rapid advancement of technology, not
only during WWII, but in the post-war era."
During the 2015 46th Season of Camp 5
Museum/Wisconsin Forestry Museum, we will be focusing
on The Greatest Generation's contribution to Wisconsin's
Forest Products Industry WWII efforts. The story is about
the civilian and military efforts to win WW II.
"There have been many generous gifts from the
Laona and surrounding communities to Camp 5 Museum,
the two-man power saw from Mr. Lafferty continues the
story that makes up the fabric of the greater community.
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Area Events
St. Joseph Church Hall
Christmas Bazaar
Holiday Bazaar
Laona Community Building
Saturday November 8,
9 am - 3pm
208 N. Park Ave., Crandon
Friday, Nov. 14, &
Sat, Nov. 15 - 8am -4pm
Sun, Nov. 16 - 10am-2pm
th
Several different vendors, Fresh baked goods, Antiques,
Home Made Jewelry, Knitting & Crocheted items, Scentsy,
31 Gifts, Avon, and Pampered Chef.
Lovely Christmas Decor and Gifts
Home Made Bakery, Candy, &
HOT SOUP FOR SALE!
Tickets available for Great Prizes!
Vehicles & Heavy Equipment
Wanted
NEED
A
VEHICLE?
WANTED: Looking for Jeep
Wranglers. Call 1-920-8632640
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Call the Fresh Start
Program, we know
bad things can
happen to good
people. So, here
at Fresh Start we
can tailor your
financing to fit your
needs.
WANTED: All used or used
up 3 point equipment. 715623-5678 or 715-623-6707.
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WANTED TO BUY: Bear
trap. Call 608-489-4530.
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WE CAN
HELP!
715-623-7314
715-369-1011
HODAG AUTO SALES
‘02 Jeep Liberty.................................$3,495
'98 Nissan Frontier.............................$1,995
'01 Honda Odessey............................$2,995
'93 Ford F150............................$1,495
'95 Dodge Ram 4x4............................$2,495
1478 Chippewa Dr., Rhinelander
FOR SALE: '99 Dodge
Ram 3/4 ton pickup. Low
mileage. Brakes recently
replaced. Tires 2 years old.
Not driven much. 83,000
miles. Can be seen at
N9390 Hwy. 55, Pickerel.
Call 715-484-4306 or 920419-6483 after 5 p.m.
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2014 Dodge Ram - 4dr, Big Horn,4x4, 5.7Lt, Dual Tail Pipes,Hemi
2014 Chrysler 200 Touring - 26K, V6, Nice Car!
2014 Nissan Altima 2.5S - Sharp Burgundy Exterior
2014 Chev Traverse LT2 - AWD, low miles, third row seating
2014 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT - Power sliding doors & lift gate
2014 Buick LaSabre - Premium, 19K Miles, Like New!
2013 Chevy Sonic LT - Remote Start, Low Miles
2013 Chevy Malibu LTZ - Leather and More! $12,900
2013 Toyota Prius Hybrid - Low Miles, Great MPG
2013 Chevy Cruize LT1 - Cypress Gray Ext. Economical!
2011 Chevy Impala LT - Low Miles, Spoiler & More!
2005 Ford F250 XLT - 4x4, 71k, ext. cab $13,995
2006 Chevy Impala LT - Nice Condition, One Owner
2005 Chrystler Town & Country - $3,995
CLARK'S AUTO
SALES & SERVICE
935 Superior St., Antigo
(715) 623-6444 • 1-800-757-6444
FOR SALE: Boss Poly
plow, rack and wiring
complete. Was on 2007
Ford. Used on one single
blacktop driveway. Asking
$1,700. Call 715-478-2373.
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ANTIGO EYE CARE CENTER
Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
GET YOUR
E-CIGARETTE
TODAY!
We are your local E-Cig
headquarters.
Rechargeable, refillable
starter kits at only
$10.00! Over 100
flavors available!
Still Smoking
FOR SALE: '93 Dodge
Dakota 4WD. Rusty but good
runner. Best offer. Call 715889-0163.
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D.J.'S RECYCLING
6516 Cty G, Cavour, WI, 715-649-3223
We are across from Hodag Honda Cycles
Salute
Our
Vets
Prices Subject to
Change Without Notice
Automotive
Batteries
$5.20 Minimum
or 18¢ lb.
Hours: Mon. - Fri., 7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.; Sat. 8 - Noon
'94 GMC Sonoma...................................$1,495
'05 Chevy Impala ...................................$2,495
'99 Toyota Camry ................................$2,995
97 Mazda Protege.....................$2,695
'00 Jeep Grand Cherokee.......................$1,995
FOR SALE: 8' Curtis
snowplow, includes 2
mounts, wiring harness and
control. $800 OBO. Also
driver's door ($100 OBO)
and hood ($100 OBO) for a
1977 early Bronco. No rust.
Call 715-478-2951. No
answer, leave message.
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BUYING NOW
Aluminum
Cans!
50¢/lb
Complete Autos.................$140/GT
Auto Bodies......................$115/GT
Tin/Appliances..................$95/GT
No. 1 Copper......................$2.10/lb
No. 2 Copper......................$1.87/lb
Misc. Aluminum...................$.42/lb
Yellow Brass......................$1.25/lb
Clean Copper Radiators.....$1.25/lb
Aluminum Rims...................$.55/lb
Clean Cast Brake Drums
& Rotors.........................$205/GT
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
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Dr. Becker, Optometrist
Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
810 5th Ave., Antigo • 715-623-3620
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Specialty Shops
the Perfect
Gift
by Darlene
&
Flowers from
the Heart
Wabeno
•Fresh Floral Arrangements
•Balloons & Cards
•Homemade Fudge
•Wines, Cheeses & Honeys
•Gift Baskets
•Tuxedo Rentals
•Scarves, Jewelry & Purses
•Primitive Decor
& Many More Gift Items
Gold Miner
Jewelers
On The Spot Jewelry
Repair!
Can add metal with the
cutting edge technology of
a Laser!
Prong Re-tipping, Ring
Sizing, Chain Repairs &
More!
Stop In Today!
Buying gold, silver, coins
and scrap.
2737 N. Hwy 45,
Next to Arlen's Antigo, WI
or call 715-627-4747.
STERN
ELECTRONICS
SPECIALIZING IN:
•LG Sales & Service
•Antenna Installations &
Repair
•Now Selling Used TVs,
•Dish Network
Installations & Repair
VERY REASONABLE
RATES!
Call
STERN ELECTRONICS
715-623-2441
HOURS: Wed. - Fri. 10 to 4:30, Sat. 10 to 2
715-473-5400
Main Street, Wabeno
Locally roasted &
fresh coffee.
Experience a
great
coffee taste!
Call Dave at
715-649-3414
RUMMAGE
Estate Sale - On Hemlock Lake
FLEA & CRAFT
MARKET
Nashville Town Hall
Corner of Hwys 55 & B
Crandon, WI
EVERY WEDNESDAY
9 A.M. - 3 P.M.
Donate to Animal
Resource Fund &
you will receive
coffee, cookie, & an
entry into drawing
for Christmas
Basket to be held
Dec. 10!
Vendors contact or info call
715-484-7271
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NORTHWOODS
Authorized Retail Dealer Store
Sears of Antigo Sears of Rhinelander
445 Hwy 64 • Antigo
908 Lincoln St. • Rhinelander
By Kwik Trip
By Dairy Queen
(715) 627-4407
(715) 365-7800
Hours: Mon-Fri. 9-7,
Sat. 9-6 & Sun. 11-4
Hours: Mon-Fri. 9-7,
Sat. 9-6 & Sun. 11-4
FLOORING
L.L.C.
In the North Town Centre Mall
431 Highway 64, Antigo • 715-623-4165
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8-5 , Sat. 9-1, Closed Sunday.
Carpet • Tile • Hardwood • Vinyl • Laminate
Yamaha GAS powered golf cart, tools, small
appliances, furs, furniture, paintings, book cases,
vintage books, patio furniture, Christmas, glassware,
linens, decorative and much, much more!
Friday, Nov. 7th 9 am - 4 pm
Saturday, Nov. 8th 9 am - 4 pm
Sunday, Nov. 9th 9 am - 1 pm
2620 West Shores Lane, Crandon
CRANDON
RUMMAGE/ESTATE
SALE: CRANDON - 5912
Range Line Rd. Nov. 14-16,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2 freezers,
beds, dressers, Avon,
Coca-Cola, small
appliances, tools, various
collectibles and lots of
Christmas decorations.
P30
FOR SALE: Six panel doors
for sale. Modern, nicely
finished in a beautiful, light
golden color. (I will provide
the Sherwin Williams stain
formula). These are doors
only. Nominal sizes: three
30" (one right turn in and two
left turn in), one 32" right turn
in and one 36" that you may
hinge for use right or left. $70
each or $300 for all. Also, two
exterior insulated steel
doors, one 36" and the other
32". These have never faced
weather. They appear to be
factory made to hinge either
way. $100 each. I believe that
I have jamb sets for these
that I would throw in. Call
Dave Meier at 715-478-1140.
P30
ARGONNE
1ST ANNUAL COME FOR
SOME FUN SALE:
ARGONNE - Argonne Town
Hall. Friday, Nov. 14, 3 to 8
p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 15, 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. 3 family
rummage sale hosted by
Mindy Samz, Anne Loduha
and Lori Gretzinger featuring
crafts, decor, baking goods
and homemade soup. Tons of
rummage sale treasures.
Newly made and repurposed
holiday and home decor,
furniture, lamps, vacuum
cleaner, microwave, stereo
system, golf clubs, Wii
games, 6' artificial Christmas
tree, bikes, bedding, girl and
boy toys, name brand
women, men, girl and toddler
boy clothing, outwear and
shoes. Too much to list.
Something for everyone.
Come join us for some fun.
Even more bargains for
Saturday shoppers.
B31
Classifieds
Work!
Call Pioneer Express
715-478-3640
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CHOICE BEEF & USDA INSPECTED PORK
MEAT
Fresh
PRODUCE
Dole Premium
Ground Beef
Bananas
$2.99
39¢
Sold in 3 Lb. ave. pkg.
Lb.
Premium Angus Choice Boneless
beef Rump
Roast
$3.99
Whole carrots
2 Lb. Bag
69¢
Premium Angus Choice Boneless
Michigan
McIntosh APples
3 Lb. Bag
Lb.
2/$4.00
Hormel Always Tender, Whole Boneless
Pork Loin
Roast
$1.99
8 Oz. Pkg.
Sander Farms Boneless
Split chicken Skinless
breast bone-in Chicken
breasts
$1.59
Whole
Mushrooms
Navel
Oranges
Lb.
Tyson
White
New Crop, California
$1.99
Lb.
Bigbuy
Sliced Bacon
16 Oz.
99¢
Medium Size
Lb.
Lobster Tails
2/$3.00
Lb.
Yellow
Onions
3 Lb. Bag
Dole
Green Giant
Klondike Sweet Baby
Goldust Lettuce
potatoes 5 Oz. Bag
5 Lb. Bag
$1.69 $2.99 $2.29
8 Oz. Average
Crisp
Washington
Green
Cabbage
Clementines Bartlett
3 Lb. Bag
Pears
$11.99
Shell-on
Gulf
Shrimp
16/25 Ct.
2 Lb. Bag
Noon Hour
Ea.
Oscar Mayer
Dogs
Herring Hot
Original, Bunlength
in wine or or16 Jumbo
Oz.
Cream
sauce
16 Oz.
$4.99 $1.29
Lb.
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Highway 8 E., Crandon
HOURS: Mon. - Sat. 7AM - 8PM
Sun. 7AM - 7PM
$24.99 $4.29
$2.49
478-2558 FAX 478-2545
49¢ Lb.
Prices Effective Mon. Nov. 10, 2014
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California
$2.99
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Beef Ribeye
steaks
$9.99
Lb.
Fresh
Lb.
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Quaker
Oats
Maxwell House Select
Coffee
29.3 - 30.6 Oz.
Reg. or
Quick
18 Oz.
$6.99
$1.99
Dawn Select
Quaker Original
Dish
Soap
Cap n Crunch 20 Oz.
Life Cereal
18 Oz.
Reg. or Cinnamon
20-24 Oz.
5 Kinds
Hormel
Corned Beef
Hash
Seasonal
Flavors
15 Oz.
2 Kinds
Shurfine
Kettle
Chips
8.5 Oz.
4 Kinds
16 Oz.
99¢
40#
50#
Black oil
sunflower
seeds
Domestix
Sandwich
Bags
50 Ct.
Domestix
Shell corn
Napkins
Limit 5 Bags
100 Ct.
$5.99
$15.99
69¢
Shurfine
$1.49
IGA
cREAM OF
mUSHROOM
OR cHicken Soup
wATER
16.9 Oz.
28 Pk.
10.5 Oz.
(Limit One)
$1.49
Coke
brand
12 Oz./12 Pack Cans
or 12 Oz./8 Pack
Bottles
99¢
Powerade
32 Oz.
or
Peace23 Oz.
tea
or
Tum-E-Yummies
2/$7.98
79¢
Gold Peak64 Oz.
or Dasani
Water
Coke
brand
.5 Liter/6 Pack
$1.99
.5 Liter/6 Pack
or 7.5 Liter/8 Pack
4/$10.00
SCHAEFER'S FOOD MART PULL-OUT SECTION
$3.49 50¢
Pepsi brand
or Aquafina
Splash
.5
Liter
50¢
with a
Separate
$10 Purch
ase
pepsi brand
20 Pack/12 Oz. Cans
.5 Liter/6 Pack Bottles
4/$10.00
Tostitos
or
Sunchips
2/$5.00
Reg. $4.29
Reg. $3.29
$5.99
Pepsi Brand
7.5 Oz./8 Pack Cans
2/$5.00
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4 Oz.
4 Kinds
79¢
$3.49
Pasta
Potatoes
Noodles
12 Oz.
$2.19
Shurfine Select
Idahoan
Shurfine Select
15 Oz.
Coffee Mate
$2.49
SCHAEFER'S FOOD MART PULL-OUT SECTION
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$2.99
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BAKERY
Computerized
PICTURE CAKES
at Schaefer's
Bakery
Bring in any
photograph, picture, or drawing
and we will put it on your next party cake
German
Chocolate
Picnic Cake
$4.29
$4.99 Lb.
Krumblecakes, Kornbread, &
Jumbo Muffins
New
dog Buns
Our Specialty Hot
8 Ct.
Flats
Assorted
6 Flavors
$2.09
$2.99
Assorted
Peanut Honey
Cupcakes Butter Cream
Chocolate
Cookies
or Vanilla
Crumb
12 Ct.
4 Ct.
Cake
T.J. Farms
Hill & Valley
Sugar free &
No Sugar
Added
Cookie
Chocolate Chunk
and Oatmeal
Raisin 15 Oz.
22 Oz. Box
Reg. $2.13
Soup & Salads Fresh Daily
24 Hour Notice On Party/Deli Tray Orders Please
Silk
DAIRY
Almond or
Soy Milk
Assorted 64 Oz.
$3.29
Shurfine
Shurfine
Soup mix or stew vegetables
Assorted 24 Oz.
16 Oz. Bag
Reg. $1.79 to $1.95
Kraft
12 Oz.
Reg. $3.13
12 Oz./16 Sl.
$2.79
Pain reliever/Fever
Reducer
HEALTH &
BEAUTY
24 Count
Tablets or Caplets
Reg. $4.55
Aim
Toothpaste
6.0 Oz.
Ultra Mint Gel
Reg. $1.53
$1.09
SCHAEFER'S FOOD MART PULL-OUT SECTION
Assorted
8 Ct.
3/$5.00
Fall Bunch
Flowers
$1.25
Assorted 15 Oz.
Tubs only
$2.75
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Large
Leaf
Platter
Fall Gel
Cling
$1.99
$1.99
SCHAEFER'S FOOD MART PULL-OUT SECTION
SCHAEFER'S FOOD MART PULL-OUT SECTION
$2.19
Advil
I Can't believe
it's not butter
Pillsbury
American Grands
cheese Biscuits
IGA
$1.49
$2.99
$2.79
$1.39
30 Count Bag
Honey Lemon or Wild Cherry
Reg. $1.89
Shurfine
cottage cheese Grapefruit Juice
Deep Dish Pie Shells
SCHAEFER'S FOOD MART PULL-OUT SECTION
Monday: Baked Chicken Dinner with Stuffing, Corn and Roll
Tuesday: Baked Pork Chop Dinner with Mashed Potatoes,
Green Beans and Roll
Wednesday: Homemade Pot Pies
Thursday: Chicken Fritter Basket
Friday: Battered Cod or Pollock Fish Basket, Shrimp Basket,
Chicken Filet, Cod Fish Sandwich, Battered Cod or
Pollock Fish Buckets available. Please call ahead.
$1.69
$3.89
Luden's
Throat drops
$4.99 Ea.
menu
$5.75
FROZEN
Hash brown
Potato Patties
Blueberry Krumblecake, Chocolate Muffins, Sweet Kornbread
All great with a hot bowl of soup or as a snack
Located by Deli Counter
SCHAEFER'S FOOD MART PULL-OUT SECTION
$3.59 $3.59 $3.29
DELI
Black Forest Ham
BIRTHDAY
Shaved or Sliced
ANNIVERSARY
TEAM PARTY
HOLIDAYS
FAVORITE PETS
RETIREMENT
GRADUATION
DRAWING
PHOTOGRAPH
All cake orders MUST be placed with a 24 hour notice!
All weekend orders must be placed by 10:00 am Thursday!
Hill & Valley
Sugar free
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SMARTWATER
robitussin
12 Oz./12 Pack
Non-Drowsy,
20 Ct.
Liquid Filled
Capsules
$7.83
$4.99
5¢ off /gal
10¢ off /gal
5¢ off /gal
Lamer's
milk
In ½ Gallon
GLASS
BOTTLES
18 Fl. Oz., Swagger,
Figi, Fresh,
Pure Sport
With Handles
baby wipes
$8.39
Ea.
10¢ off /gal
coke
8 Oz. Glass
Bottles, 6
Pack
$1.99
$4.99
$4.99
5¢ off /gal
10¢ off /gal
5¢ off /gal
Dura Rectangular
roaster With Handles
Ea.
connie's natural Nivea
Body lotion
pizza
16.9 Fl. Oz.
Original Moisture
$2.99
$1.99
2/$11.00
$7.95
10¢ off /gal
5¢ off /gal
5¢ off /gal
10¢ off /gal
doc 360
12 Packs
Reg. & Diet
Domestix
utility Lighter
chippewa water town houseOz.9.2-13.8
Boxes
.5 Liter/24 Pack
&/or club
crackers
SCHAEFER’S IGA PULL - OUT SECTION
9.0 to 13.7 Oz.
Assorted
Varieties
body wash
roaster
5¢ off /gal
cheez-it
Old Spice
Dura Oval
Huggies
184 or 216 Ct.
Natural Care or
Simply Clean
$5.99
Whole, 2%,
1%, Skim &
Chocolate
SCHAEFER’S FOOD IGA - OUT SECTION
powerade
SCHAEFER’S IGA PULL - OUT SECTION
SCHAEFER’S FOOD IGA - OUT SECTION
1 Liter, 6 Pack
New Max Strength
10.5 - 13.7 Oz.
Boxes
$2.99 Ea.
5¢ off /gal
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$2.99 Ea.
$3.99
$2.99
10¢ off /gal
5¢ off /gal
10¢ off /gal
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Bows & Guns
WE BUY GUNS!
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 13, NOVEMBER 10, 2014
Recreational
Recreational
FOR SALE: 1997 Arctic Cat
ZL 440. 4,500 miles. Liquid
cooled. Very good condition.
$1,000 OBO. Call 715-6745421. If no answer, leave a
message.
P30
Will buy Reloading equipment
& supplies for rifle or shotgun
Will also buy antique gunsShotguns, Rifles or Pistols
Give me a call, we might make a deal!
715-478-3660 or 715-889-0811
CUSTOM PRINTING
Envelopes • Business Cards • Raffle Tickets
Posters • Letterheads • Carbonless Forms
Pioneer Express
715-478-3640
www.motorsportsmarine.com
Sales & Service - New & Used
Mon. Closed until April 15; Tues.-Thurs. 9-5;
Fri. 9-7; Sat. 9-3; Sun. Closed until
Snowmobile Trails Open
Authorized Dealer of Mercury & Evinrude Outboards, MirroCraft Boats,
Palm Beach & Montego Bay (Made in Wisconsin) Pontoons & Sea-Legs
WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS
OF ATV's & BOATS.
**Shrink Wrapping Available**
Winterizing & Storage
ALL in stock new boats on SALE!
2005 - Bombardier Outlander 400
2007 - Honda TRV 450R
1998 - Polaris Sport 400
1984 - Honda Big Red 200
PLUS MANY USED MOTORS, BOATS,
PONTOONS & LIFTS
The Wabeno Education Association is hosting a 4 on 4
Volleyball Tournament on Nov. 14 at Wabeno High School.
Teams may enter in the following divisions: Girls grades 7-8, 910, 11-12 or open for our more seasoned athletes.
We will also have a coed option available as long as the team
consists of a minimum of 2 girls. Coed teams will be divided
into grades 9-10, 11-12 and open.
The entry fee of $40 must be received by November 10. Each
division will receive four individual 1st and 2nd place medals.
Registration forms are available in your High School Office.
Please direct all questions to Michelle Boor (715) 473-5122 ext.
5133. Admission for spectators will be $3 for adults and $2 for
children over 8. Concessions will be available.
All proceeds will go towards the W.B. &E. Tobin Scholarship which is funded
and given out annually by the teachers in Wabeno.
Eco-Docks
Floating Docks and
Drive On Docks
20 Year Warranty
Maintenance Free,
715-850-0198
www.Eco-Docks.com
www.Candock.com
From nearly 50 applicants, the Lake Metonga Association was selected to receive
a $500 green gift to support the installation of the informational signs to prevent the spread
of exotic species. The current signs are showing their age as letters have fallen off and
pictures of aquatic invasives have faded.
Referencing the signs, Schramm said, "They don't present the image we want to
present. You can't even read the sign on the south end."
Cellcom representatives Bonnie Cayemberg and Eric Britton presented the $500
check to members of the Lake Metonga Association last Thursday at the boat landing on the
north side of Lake Metonga. They stated that Cellcom is constantly taking steps to become
more eco-friendly as a company and that by dedicating their recycling money to green
initiatives, they are working together with the community towards a greener tomorrow.
"It's so important not to spread them (invasives)," said Cayemberg. "We are proud
to help you replace these signs."
This year a total of $32,000 was given out to 26 green organizations in Cellcom's
service area. In it's five-year history, Cellcom has awarded a total of $146,200 in Green Gifts.
It's recycling program has generated $194,500 for local charities over the past eleven years.
Any broken, old or unwanted phones can be brought to Cellcom agent locations
for recycling. The phones will be stripped of any personal information, and every penny
earned from the recycling process will be donated to local environmental projects and
programs.
Laona Elementary
October Students
of the Month
LLC
715-219-1152
Pickerel, WI
Service at your
location! No need to
load and unload your
equipment. We are just
a phone call away!
20% Off
Parts for Vets!
Servicing all makes and
models of pontoons,
jet skis, ATV's and all
other small engines
& water crafts!
PONTOONS PUT OUT FOR $45
Fully Insured
Winterizing All
Makes & Models
FOR SALE: New 16' canvas
boat cover. Still in package.
Paid $150. Will take $75. Call
715-649-3692.
B30
CRANDON WOMEN'S
BOWLING LEAGUE
10/27/14
NOW ACCEPTING STUDENTS
StrongMartial
Soo ArtsBahk
Do
For All Ages
Ron Strong 4th
- Certified Master Instructor
Degree Black Belt
Cont. from Page 1
The winner for the post of State Treasurer, with
Republican Matt Adamczyk beating David Sartori by a
vote of 1,596 to 1,432. Adamczyk carried the state
election.
State Representative Jeff Mursau and
Representative Swearingen ran unopposed for the
Assembly, with Mursau gathering 1,873 votes and
Swearingen 770.
Congressman Sean Duffy will be your
congressman for another term, handily winning the seat
and polling 2,078 votes against challenger Kelly
Westlund's 1,360 in Forest County.
Running unopposed for Forest County Sheriff,
John Dennee had 3,107 votes and Penny Carter, also
unopposed, had 3,026 votes.
Forest County, like the rest of the state,
supported the referendum that would keep state
transportation fund ear-marked for transportation only.
The vote total was 2,578 in favor of the proposal and 541
against.
And there you have it. You, the voter, have a
two-year break until the next election cycle to rest up!
Adam's Mobile Marine Service
N10306 St. Hwy 55, Pearson, WI•(715) 484-2106
Wabeno Education Association
Hosts 4 on 4 Volleyball Tournament
Cont. from Page 1
Financing available
FULL SERVICE CENTER • CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS
605 Forest Avenue
Crandon
906-250-0191
Located at Outside The Box Fitness
strongsbd
Pets, Pet Care & Farm
1)We Don't Give a Split
Points Won - 38
Points Lost - 18
2) 4 Skins
Points Won - 35
Points Lost - 21
3) "R" Place
Points Won - 32
Points Lost - 25
4) Water's Edge
Points Won - 31
Points Lost - 25
5) Hansen's Double Top
Points Won - 30
Points Lost - 26
6) Pack Em In
Points Won - 28
Points Lost - 28
7) Chaney's Excavating
Points Won - 28
Points Lost - 28
Individual High Avg.
Lorna Shawano - 178
Full Service Salon
Certified, Experienced
Professional
• We groom all breeds & sizes - dogs & cats
• We specialize in puppy's first groom,
geriatric & breed specific grooms
• Our specialty services include: coat & skin
conditioning, flea dipping, de-skunking & massage
• We use top of the line products & equipment in a clean,
sterile spa like atmosphere
• Convenient pick-up & delivery service also available
(715) 478-2129 • Crandon, WI
DOG BOARDING
& GROOMING
Large Cageless Kennels • Outdoor Runs
Heated & Air Conditioned • Exercise Yards
C. L Robinson
Elementary in Laona would like
to congratulations to the
Students of the Month for
Linda Mihalko • 715-902-1351 • Argonne, WI
O c t o b e r. A d d i t i o n a l
nominations included students;
FOR SALE: Round bales TO GIVE AWAY TO A
Natalie Newton, Mason
GOOD HOME: Large
Bellamy, Timber Cronauer and 4x4 grass/hay mix in
yellow lab. 4 years old.
Bobbie Jo Janczewski. These Newald. $20. Call 920-660B31 Rabies shots, nuetered. I
students showed outstanding 7720.
behavior in all areas of our
have to move to where I
FREE TO A GOOD HOME
school values this month!
cannot keep him. Call 715-
ONLY: White Alaskan Husky.
784-0112.
Call 715-473-5442.
P30
P30
Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
INTRODUCTORY
SPECIAL
Made in the U.S.A.
Roxwell Tubes
All King Sized $1.99
All 100s $2.49
SALE Private
Label Tobaccos
1 Pound Bag - $17.99
e-juices starting at
$3.99, Over 100
Flavors
10% OFF all sports
memorabilia
Prices good thru
September 30, 2014
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Services
SAMZ
CONCRETE
All Types of Concrete Flat Work, Stamped & Colored
23Years
Years
25
of
Building
of Building
Expertise!
Expertise!
Concrete Poured Concrete Foundations, Solid Poured Walls
FULLY INSURED • FREE ESTIMATES
Matt Samz
8938 Balsam Lane, Argonne, WI
New Construction • Additions • Remodeling
Roofing • Storm Repair • Consulting
715-902-0296
715-649-3933
(715)484-3606 - Pickerel / (920)858-2875 - Rick Cell
(920)759-0400 - Fox Valley
Member VHBA • Licensed & Insured
WE NOW DO TOWING & RECOVERY!
715-784-6046
Seils Auto Body
9375 Seils Lane •Free Estimates
Argonne, WI 54511 •Insurance Claims
(715)478-3482 •Custom Paint & Body
Ron Seils
[email protected]aol.com
THE GLASS COMPANY
GIVE US A BREAK
Commercial*Residential*Auto Glass
1045 South Superior Street* Antigo, WI 54409
715-623-3751 * Fax 715-627-4896
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MIKE
DREHER
CONSTRUCTION
LLC
New Homes • Garages
Decks • Siding • Remodeling
5101 State Hwy. 52, Wabeno, WI 54566
Phone: 715-850-0403
PORTABLE WELDING
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COLD WEATHER IS ON THE WAY,
BE PREPARED FOR THE
UNEXPECTED!
Heavy Duty Equipment, Diesel, Light Truck
& Domestic Repair and Maintenance
We Winterize All Watercraft & RV's
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
Rick or Tina Pease
(715)889-2323
207 Railway Ln.
(715)478-2741 Crandon, WI 54520
BUILDER/CONTRACTOR
Sam Marvin - Owner/Contractor
Projects from start to finish
or anywhere in-between
Custom Built Homes, cabins
& Additions, All types of
renovations - interior & exterior
garages, decks, roofing, siding
For a FREE Estimate Call: 715-478-1258 Office or
715-889-1289 Cell
(715)
484-2911
- At the Corner of Railway Ln. & Hwy 8 -
Mon. - Fri • 8 am - 5 pm •
Our Customers Are Our
Best References!
•Tree & Shrub Trimming and Removal
•Lot & Driveway Clearing
•Free prompt estimates
•Services within 150 - miles •Emergency Storm Damage
•Fully Insured
•Portable Stump Grinder
VISIT OUR WEBSITE! www.toddstiptop.com
715-282-5858 • 800-816-5619 Rhinelander, WI
GEITER
SEPTIC
PUMPING, INC.
Sanitary Lic. #18
IN BUSINESS
OVER 50 YEARS
SEPTIC TANKS
HOLDING TANKS
(715)473-3901
WABENO
C.A.R.S., LLC
for Tires &
Computerized Alignment
600 E Pioneer, Crandon
(715)478-5500
www.ruconhomes.com
$28 Oil Change
While You Wait
305 E. Pioneer St.
Crandon, WI 54520
Come See Mark at
MARK BROCKWAY
BUILDER
Kitchen & Bath
Remodeling
Additions
Basement Finishing
Windows & Doors
Siding
Hardwood & Laminate
Floors
Garages
Decks
Design Service Available
Over 30 Years
Experience
Licensed & Insured
715-478-2693
10% Labor Discount
for Seniors
Betc13
• Driveways - Lot Clearing • Bulldozing • Materials
We Fix
Storm Windows
& Screens and make
Storm Windows
& Screens
Conway
Hwy 8 East
Pioneer Plaza, Crandon
ROLL-RITE OVERHEAD DOORS
GARAGE DOORS • OPENERS
SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
(715) PICKEREL,
216-0100
WI
STORAGE CITY
West of Crandon on Hwy. 8
(Across from the Brush Run track)
STORAGE SPACE FOR BOATS, CARS, SNOWMOBILES,
FURNITURE, MOTOR HOMES AND MORE!
as
10 x 24
low
Granite Floor as
$485 a year
Call us for all your storage needs!
OR 715-478-2085
1-800-698-2535
Dick Wilson's Septic Service
Serving the Argonne,
Hiles, Crandon &
surrounding areas.
Full service pumping
for septic & holding
tanks. Full sanitary
license.
FREE County Maintenance
Call 715-649-3533 inspection
done with pumping
or mobile 902-0150
of your tank
If no answer, please leave message.
Locally owned and operated.
C
reative
Screenprinting
& Embroidery
715-478-1075
119 N LAKE AVE, CRANDON, WI
www.creativecrandonwi.com
Joe Kane
403 E. Lakeview, Crandon, WI 54520
Mobile: 715-889-1415
Fully Insured
478-3617
Stone &
Boulder Co
Wabeno, WI
• Sized Granite Boulders •
• Red Granite • Mason Sand •
• Crushed Limestone • Washed Stone • Fill •
• Sand • Screened Top Soil •
• Picked Up or Delivery Available •
Free Estimates
Custom Homes • Remodels • Garages
Exteriors • Seamless Gutters
KARL APPLIANCE
SALES & SERVICE
40 Years of Service Experience behind every sale!!
Everyday Low Prices - NO Gimmicks
Delivery and Set-up Available
®
BY WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION
FOR ALL YOUR LANDSCAPE NEEDS
Phone/Fax: 715-473-4226
FOR SALE: Hardwood
paneling. Cherry and ash.
3"-4"-5". Call 715-889-1503.
B33
FOR SALE: Hardwood
firewood. $65 per face
cord. Del - Available. Call
715-889-1503.
B33
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in For
(715)
674-3935
Take Hwy. 8 two miles west of Laona to Airport Lane, then
two miles on Airport Lane to Karl's Lane.
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9-5; Sat. 9-12 After hours by appointment
ALLRED PAINTING
"Enjoy a Fresh New
Look"
All Types of Painting:
• Interior • Exterior •
All Types of Staining!
Residential & Commercial
Fully Insured
Home of Quality
715-478-3147
JEFFREY VANCLEVE
CONSTRUCTION
•Window & Door
Replacement
•Roofing •Siding
•Decks •Additions
•Dry Wall •Re-modeling
•Cultured Stone
•Tuck Pointing
•Hardwood Flooring
•Bathrooms
•Kitchens
Fully Insured
11 Years Experience
715-784-1084
P29
supplies, bars, chains,
sprockets and rims. Used
chain saws. Repair service
available.
Prices too
reasonable to quote. See
the latest in new saws on
Saturdays, 10:00 am to 6:00
pm. Trade in accepted. 715275-3530.
B26Etc
SIEBERT
CONSTRUCTION, LLC
Home & Cabin Repair,
Remodeling, Decks,
Garages, Siding, Interior
& Exterior and More
•Fully Insured
• 10 years experience
• Free Estimates
Contact: Bruce Siebert
920-629-1119
P32
621 SOUTH FOREST
CRANDON, WI 54520
SNOW PLOWING
ANTIGO
BLOCK CO.
CONCRETE &
LIGHTWEIGHT BLOCKS
PRE-CAST STEPS
CULTURED STONE®
Septic Tanks
Retaining Wall Block
Patio Blocks
Chimney Blocks
Natural Stone Veneer
Hearth & Sill Stones
Mortars • Pavers
Face Bricks
230 Milton St., Antigo
715-623-4837Betc9
Frank Erler Concrete, Inc.
Solid Poured Concrete Walls
All Types of Flat Work
LOCATED BETWEEN LAONA & CRANDON ON HWY 8
16552 Pine Ridge Rd. Townsend, WI 54175
(715) 276-6083
Free Estimates
A Variety of Different Size Units
Monthly, 6 Month or Yearly Rates
(715) 850-0417 • Frank's Cell
(715) 850-0149 • Rob's Cell
Fully Insured
Call for Pricing
Argonne, WI
Commercial - Residential - New Construction Industrial - Electrical Repairs
(715) 784-0134
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 15, NOVEMBER 10, 2014
Services
JACOBS EQUIPMENT
Elcho - Chain saw
Accepting New
Snow Plow Clients
Call for a FREE QUOTE
From Mountain to Crandon
Time is running out to
buy a new Classic
OUTDOOR WOOD
FURNACE from Central
Boiler to heat your home
and hot water. Call 715627-2665
today to slash your
heating bill!
View sale pricing at
SchulzHeat.com
Schulz Heating &
Cooling
Wisconsin's Largest
Central Boiler Dealer!
Betc32
ARNOLD'S
GARAGE
Repairs - Collision
Restoration
Brakes - Welding
ATV's, Cars, Light Heavy Trucks
Equipment & Machinery
Quality - Affordable.
30 Years Experience
715-478-5740
B22etc
Repair & service on all makes.
Complete stock of all parts. New,
used and rebuilt vacuums.
AVCO VACUUM
CLEANER CO.
Sales and Service
Ron Platek
10 W. Keenan
715-362-3376 Rhinelander, WI
Total Property Care
715-276-2766
P32
NEED SERVICE OR
REPAIRS ON YOUR
CAR OR LIGHT TRUCK?
Look No Further...
Flannery Trucking & Contracting
is the one that can do it all...
From land clearing & developing, to driveways, basements, septic
systems, mound systems and landscaping. We have the materials and
the experience to get your job done right!
•Site & Subdivision Development •Public/Private Road Construction
•Pond Construction • Lot Clearing •Perc Tests
•Garage Slabs, Patios & Sidewalks
•Poured or Block Basements
•Septic Systems - All Types •Escavating
Rip Rap in Various Sizes • Redi-Mix Concrete (State approved materials)
Crushed Gravel • Screened Top Soil • Sand •Red Granite • Washed Rock
Stop in or call for your FREE ESTIMATE
715-478-2415 • Hwy. 8 East. • Crandon, WI
Locally owned &
operated for 58 years!
"Providing full service in all your excavating, landscaping,
concrete and septic system needs for over 58 years!"
Keith's Carpet
Installation Service
You buy it, I'll install it!
30 Plus Years Experience
• Fully Insured •
• Free Estimates •
Call Keith at
715-674-2506 or
Cell: 262-689-6109
See us at
totalpropertycarewi.com
STOP!!!
FULLY INSURED • LICENSED • FREE ESTIMATES
Wholesale/Retail Dealer for
New Radiators, Heater Cores & Gas Tanks
WELL DRILLING PUMP SERVICE
“Your One Stop Water Shop”
R e s id e n tia l & C o m m e r c ia l
6” Drilled Wells
Well Inspections
Pump Installation
Water Samples
Parts and Service
Licensed & Insured
Toll Free 1-877-TIM-4-WTR
Local 715-276-6234 or 276-7502
Hwy. 32 Lakewood
Serving all of Northeast Wisconsin
Over 50 years of experience.
Hwy. 45 South • Antigo, WI
Toll Free 866-330-3730
or
715-623-2372
855-200-7569
ABN
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ODY
better water. pure and simple.®
RENT A SOFTENER FOR AS LOW
AS $18.00 A MONTH!!
1(800)352-0652 or 715-362-4047
Rust stains, bad tasting water, "rotten egg" smelling
water, iron water and hard water to mention a few.
RENT A WATER COOLER AS LOW AS
$8.00 PER MONTH
•Salt Delivery Service • We do free water tests
•We do service on most brands of softeners
FOR SALE: Used electric
range, almond color. $100.
Also, apartment size electric
range, white color, like new.
FOR SALE: Craftsman 10" $100. Contact Peggy Houle at
radial arm saw. Very good 715-478-2531.
B30
condition. $75 OBO. Call 715627-7557.
P31
Formerly Tim’s Well & Pump and Tipler Well Drilling
COUSINEAU RECYCLING
Josh Pieper, Contractor
24 HR. Wrecker
409 N Lake Ave. Crandon, WI 54520
NEW PHONE NUMBER 715-478-0681
Serving Central & Northern WI for over 50 years
[email protected]
SCHROEDER'S AUTO SALES
AND SERVICE
CRANDON CHIROPRACTIC
Clam Truck Service • Dumpster Service
Buying Cars and Trucks
www.snowplowpartswarehouse.com
Call
(715) 484-4131
Prompt Service - Fair Prices
New Homes • Additions
Remodeling • Roofs • Garages
Decks • Windows & Doors
Wood Flooring / Paneling
"Licensed
A/C Service"
Hwy. 55 Pearson
SCRAP
METAL
We'll Pick It Up
MP255036
FOR SALE: Mobark 16 foot in
feed deck with stop and load
hyd. valves included. $1,800.
24" Cornell sawdust blower
with 50 feet of 8 inch pipe.
$800. Live roller, hyd. motors,
hyd. valve banks, air and hyd.
cylinders and more. Call Gary
Smith at 715-674-3814. P31
Over 30 Years Experience
715-478-2610
11686 US Hwy 8 West, Crandon
5 Miles West of Crandon
FREE Estimates
We will have your car looking good
& back on the road!
FOR SALE: John Deere
power plant with 540 RPM
output gearbox. 110 HP.
3,500 hours. $2,000. Like new
20 HP Kohler Eng. Horizontal
shaft. $1,600 new, will take
$800. Electric Clark 4,000 lbs.
Walk behind lift. Call Gary
Smith at 715-674-3814. P31
FOR SALE: Mixed hay,
good dry cow or horse hay.
4x5 round bales. 850-900
lbs. $45 each. You haul. 2
Kohler generators, 45
thousand watt. Single or 3
phase. Call 906-290-0492.
P30
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 16, NOVEMBER 10, 2014
Bids & Notices
NOTICE
TOWN OF CASWELL
Garland Industrial Stove 2 Oven - 10 Burner
Bids should be mailed to :
Laurie Asher, School District of Laona
5216 Forest Ave, Suite A, Laona, WI 54541
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER
10, 2014 AT 6:00 P.M. AT THE CASWELL TOWN HALL, A
PUBLIC HEARING OF THE PROPOSED 2015 BUDGET FOR
THE TOWN OF CASWELL WILL BE HELD. IMMEDIATELY
FOLLOWING THE COMPLETION OF THE PROPOSED
BUDGET A SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF THE ELECTORS
CALLED PURSANT TO SEC. 60.12 (1) (A) OF WIS.
STATUTES WILL BE HELD FOR THE FOLLOWING
PURPOSES:
The above equipment can be seen at the school from
8:00 am to 2:30 pm by calling Travis Matuszewski at
715-674-2143. Bids accepted until November 13.
BUYING
BALSAM
BOUGHS
1.
To approve the total 2015 highway expenditures
pursuant to Section 81.03 (3) of Wisconsin Statutes.
Crandon Area - Call Dink at 715-478-2140
Wabeno Area - Call Sugar at 715-850-2369
2. To adopt the 2014 –tax levy to be paid in 2015 pursuant
to Section 60.10 (1) of Wisconsin Statutes.
Each ton you bring earns an entry
into a drawing for 50" TV or
tickets to a 2014 Packer game!!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON MONDAY NOVEMBER
10, 2014 IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF
THE SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF THE ELECTORS, A
SPECIAL TOWN BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE
TOWN HALL TO ADOPT THE 2015 BUDGET FOR THE
TOWN OF CASWELL.
RT Salvage
in Laona is buying
AGENDA
Call to order
Adoption of 2015 budget
Any other matters brought before the board but not acted
upon
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF
WABENO AREA 2014
Nov. 17 - 21
LUNCH MENU
Adjourn
Lori Cleereman, Clerk
Posted: October 24, 2014
SOKAOGON CHIPPEWA HEALTH CLINIC
3144 VanZile Road•Mole Lake•715-478-5180
We are accepting patients with Medicare, Medicaid, Badgercare,
and most private insurances. Please call to find out if we can
fulfill your medical or dental needs and schedule an appointment.
Medical Providers
Dental Department
Dr. Richard Bradner, MD
Tuesday and Wednesday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Shelly Buch, RN, MSM, FNP-C
Mon, Wed, Thurs, and Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
LAONA SCHOOL IS ACCEPTING BIDS
Dr. Jeffrey Nielsen, DDS
Caron Hartman-Zager, Dental Asst (L)
Amber Johnson, RDH (R)
Monday - Thurday•8:00 am - 4:00 pm
NOTICE OF PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING FOR TOWN OF WABENO, FOREST COUNTY
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 18, 2014, at 7:00 P.M. at the
Wabeno Town Hall, a PUBLIC HEARING on the PROPOSED 2015 BUDGET for the Town
of Wabeno in Forest County will be held. The proposed budget in detail is available for
inspection at the town clerk’s office from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon on Monday,
Wednesday & Friday.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF THE ELECTORS OF THE
TOWN OF WABENO, FOREST COUNTY
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 18th, 2014, immediately
following the completion of the Public hearing on the proposed year 2015 budget,
which begins at 7:00 P.M. at the Wabeno Town Hall, a SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF
THE ELECTORS, called pursuant to Section 60.12(1)(c) OF Wisconsin Statutes by the
Town Board, for the following purposes, will be held:
1.
To approve total highway expenditures for the 2015 pursuant to Section 82.03
of Wisconsin Statutes.
2.
To approve the 2014 town tax levy to be collected in 2015 pursuant to Section
60.10(1)(a) of Wisconsin Statutes.
3.
To approve an increase in salary for elected town officials for the next term.
NOTICE OF TOWN BOARD MEETING OF THE TOWN OF WABENO, FOREST COUNTY
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 immediately
following the completion of the Special Town Meeting of the Electors, the Town Board
will adopt the 2015 budget.
Dated this 31st day of October, 2014 - Brenda St. Peter, Wabeno Town Clerk
MON: Grilled chicken w/bun, diced
potatoes, Mandarin oranges &
pineapple, salad
TUES: Spaghetti, red meat sauce,
garlic bread stick, green beans,
fruit cocktail fluff, salad
WED: Deli turkey/cheese, bread,
cheesy broccoli soup, strawberry
cup & salad
THURS: Stuffed crust pizza, baked
beans, pumpkin pie/ice cream,
apple, salad
FRI: No School
PLEASE NOTE - ROMAINE SALAD BAR
& MILK AVAILABLE DAILY. BREADS,
BUNS & PASTA ARE WHOLE GRAIN.
Menus are subject to change
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF
WABENO AREA 2014
Nov. 17 - 21
BREAKFAST MENU
MON: Apple slices, Turkey
sausage on biscuit w/gravy &
cheese
TUES: Applesauce, potato
pancake, sausage links, toast
WED: Kiwi Halves, muffin, Cereal
THURS: Slushie fruit cup,
blueberry or plain pancakes
FRI: No School
PLEASE NOTE - 100% FRUIT JUICE&
MILK AVAILABLE DAILY. BREADS,
BUNS & PASTA ARE WHOLE GRAIN.
Menus are subject to change.
balsam boughs
starting Oct. 8.
Accepting anytime.
Call Tom at 715-889-0287.
BUYING BALSAM BOUGHS
Drop Off Available
by Appointment Only
We'll be glad to fit you in.
Bonneval Farm
2467 US Hwy 8
Armstrong Creek, WI
715-336-2700 OR 715-367-5634
TOWN OF CRANDON
BUDGET MEETING
The Town of Crandon will hold their Budget Meeting
MONDAY, NOV. 10 at 7 PM.
Regular Monthly Meeting to follow.
Ron Cole, Clerk, Town of Crandon
NOTICE TOWN OF LAONA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2014 6:00P.M. AT
THE LAONA COMMUNITY BUILDING, 5233 BEECH STREET, A PUBLIC HEARING OF
THE PROPOSED 2015 BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF LAONA WILL BE HELD.
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE COMPLETION OF THE PROPOSED BUDGET A
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF THE ELECTORS CALLED PURSUANT TO SEC. 60.12
(1) (a) OF WIS. STATS. WILL BE HELD FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES:
1. To approve the total 2015 highway expenditures pursuant to Section 81.01(3)
of Wisconsin Statutes.
2. To adopt the 2014-tax levy to be paid in 2015 pursuant to Section 60.10 (1)
of Wisconsin Statutes.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2014,IMMEDIATELY
FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF THE SPECIAL TOWN MEETING OF THE ELECTORS, A
SPECIAL TOWN BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE COMMUNITY BUILDING
TO ADOPT THE 2015 BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF LAONA.
AGENDA:
**Call to order
**Adoption of 2015budget
**Any other matters brought before the board but not acted upon
**Adjourn
Erin Lane, Clerk/Treas.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 17, NOVEMBER 10, 2014
Regular Meeting Agenda
Laona Board of Education
Monday, November 10, 2014 5:30 p.m.
C.L. Robinson Elementary School - Room 24
1. Call to order
2. Pledge of Allegiance - Scott Reeves
3. Approval of Agenda
4. Public Forum (10 minutes)
5. Consent Agenda
A. Meeting Minutes
B. Bills and Claims
6. Items for Discussion and/or Action
A. Retirement
B. Senior Class Trip
C. Discussion and possible approval of Softball/Baseball
Spring Overnight Trip
D. Discussion of Donation of Scoreboard to Town of Laona
E. Discussion and possible approval of Assistant Musical
Director/Customs
7. Informational Items:
A. Business Manager's Report
B. High School Principal's Report
C. Administrator's Report
D. Board Member Reports
8. Enter Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin statutes for the following
reasons: Pursuant to Wisconsin Statute 19.85(1)(c) for Personnel
Matters and 19.85(1)(f) for considering personal histories or disciplinary
data of a specific persons.
A. Personnel Update
B. Financial Planning for District
C. District Administrator's Evaluation Process
9. Return to Open Session to possibly take action on items discussed in
closed session.
10. Adjourn:
Note: The agenda could be subject to last minute change(s)
Bids & Notices
crandon Red Hat Ladies
Cellulite sisters
REMINDER
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2014
LUNCH: 11:45 am at the Rhinelander
Pub/Cafe, 33 N. Brown Street
THEN
The Nicolet College Theater Play
"THE GAME'S AFOOT"
presented at the theater located in
the Learning Resource Center on
campus, 5364 College Drive,
Rhinelander
Play starts at 2:00 pm
Car Pooling available from Crandon Hotel
Parking Lot at 11:00 am
QUARTERLY MEETING
Pine Lake Protection and Rehabilitation
District
Thank Yous & Personals
THANK YOU!
Jesse and I want to thank the following
businesses and people for the donations to my benefit!
We would also like to give recognition to Ashley & Ike
Cleereman and Mikala and everyone that helped make
this benefit happen. You all did amazing job, from the
girls doing raffles to the bartenders to the ladies helping
in the kitchen! You guys made it possible. Thank you
Greg and Barb Tallier for your knowledge and time!
Palubicki & Common Sense Construction, Tri-County
Heating, Samz Concrete LLC, Hayes Metals, Waters
Edge, Main Street Ed's, Group Therapy, Pack 'Em Inn,
2nd Chance Antiques, Fannin Plumbing, Ministry
Medical Group Crandon, Conway True Value, Schaefers
IGA, Argonne Lumber, Flowers From the Heart,
Hometown Ttrolley, Krist Oil Crandon, Parsons of
Crandon, Nails by Jen, Best Western Crandon, Log
Cabin, Lake Forest Trading Post, Subway, Crandon Intl
Off-Road Raceway, Pickerel Auto Body, Smith Concrete,
Emys, Tonys Redi-Mix, Mihalko Land & Logging,
Universal Auto & Welding, Pitts Bus Service, Style ShopKerrie Groat, Forest TV and Appliance, Beachside, Smith
Sport & Hobby, Northwoods Insurance, Mays Bar, Snow
River Products, RC Havok, Kane Construction, Super
Bowl, Northern Power Sports, Collins Repair, T-Bobs,
Laona Pharmacy, Nicolet Golf Course, Barbs Place,
Potawatomi Carter Casino & Hotel, Potawatomi
Community, Hiles Gas Station, Bucketheads, Hook in the
Foot Cafe, Grandmas Toys, Zastrow, Never Enough Bar,
Miller Distributing, Badger Liquor, Animals Bar,
Northern Lights, Deans Distributing, Tom & Linda
Cleereman, Sue Palubicki, Ted & Sandy Frank, Tom &
Tammie Teschner, Gary Webb & Julie Fitzgerald, Sandy
& Jim Lane, Darlene Teschner & Juni, Jeff & Amy
Kevilus, Mark & Anna Hudson, Ted & Karen Houle,
Bill Sundberg, Northwoods LP, Collins Bar, Danz Bar,
Mary Terry Bar, Klingensmiths Bar, Gus's, Double Buck,
Laona Machine Supply, Collins Tap, Armstrong Creek
Pub, Brownell Construction, and anyone else that came,
bought tickets, donated, made desserts cooked, set up,
took down, dropped by and took the time out of your day
to support us! Sorry if we're forgetting anyone but each
and everyone of you that helped give us our life back,
you all will forever hold a special place in our hearts.
This is what living in a small community is all
about! God Bless you Forest County (& surrounding
areas)! We appreciate everything more than you'll ever
know!
J e s s e , K i m , Te n l e y & C a s h Te s c h n e r
WHEN: Saturday November 8 2014
TIME: 9:00 A.M.
WHERE: Hiles Town Hall, Hiles, Wisconsin
AGENDA
**
9:00 A.M. Call to Order
**
Approval of minutes from last
Quarterly Meeting
**
Accept—
**
Second-**
Treasurer’s report
**
Accept—
**
Second-**
Old Business
**
Plant Harvesting
**
Sediment Removal
**
New roof on garage
**
Any Other business to come
before the Commission
**
Adjourn
Thank Yous & Personals
Thank You!!
I would like to thank friends and family for the
cards, phone calls, and visits durring my 3 months
of recuperation from foot surgery. Thank God for
my kids, grandkids, brothers, and sisters for their
constant care and concern! We are so lucky to
have each other.
Love you all, Kathy Palmer
To My Patients and
Other Community Members:
I have been overwhelmed by the cards I
have received and the kind words extended to
me on the occasion of my retirement from the
clinical practice of medicine in Crandon. I
thank you all for your gracious comments and
good wishes. I truly will miss my work and my
patients but hope to continue to see you all
around town in my new role as full-time
grandmother and retiree. There will be an
open house at Ministry's Crandon clinic on
Friday evening, November 14th from 4:30
pm - 7:30 pm and I hope all and any who
have a few minutes to spare will be able to
stop and have a bite of cake and coffee and
reminisce about our time together over these
many years. I would be honored to take my
leave from each of you in person. Thanks again
for allowing me the incredible privilege of
caring for your medical needs these last three
decades. It's truly been an honor.
Thank You!!
Dr. Rebecca Perry
SOKAOGON CHIPPEWA HOUSING
AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID
General Contractor & Subcontractor
Construction Services
Project Name: Sokaogon Homes II, LIHTC,
Foundations
Location: Sokaogon Chippewa Community of
Mole Lake, Wisconsin
Contact: Jeff Ackley Jr., Executive Director
Sokaogon Chippewa Housing Authority
3265 Settlement Road
Crandon, WI
Date: November 3, 2014
Proposals due by: November 17, 2014, 4pm CST
The Sokaogon Chippewa Housing Authority
(“SCHA”), the tribally designated housing entity
for the Confederated Tribes of the Sokaogon
Chippewa Reservation, is inviting firms who have
experience in construction and project
management to submit sealed bids for general
contractor and/or sub-contracted construction
services relating to the Sokaogon Homes II,
LIHTC, Foundations Project (the “Project”).
The purpose of the Project is to construct
foundations for 24 new, single-family housing
units.
The Project is funded by funds from WHEDA
9% LIHTC Program.
Sealed bids for General Contractor
Construction Services for the Project will be
received by Jeff Ackley Jr. of the SCHA as
described in the Invitation to Bid until 4:00 p.m
local time, on November 17, 2014.
Copies of the bid documents may be obtained
by contacting Travois Design and Construction
by email at [email protected], or by
telephone at 816-994-8970. The Invitation to Bid
and other related documents may be viewed at
the offices of the SCHA. Please contact Jeff
Ackley Jr. at 715-889-0541 or [email protected] to make arrangements to view the
documents.
Public Library Hours
Lakes Country Public Library - Lakewood - Monday,
Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday
and Friday 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. • 715-276-9020.
Wabeno Public Library - Tues & Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.;
Wed. & Thurs. Noon - 5; Sat. 9 - Noon. Closed MONDAYS
& SUNDAYS. Wifi signal: 8 a.m.-9 p.m., 7 days/week.
715-473-4131
Crandon Public Library - Monday, Tuesday & Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.;
Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. - Noon
• 715-478-3784.
Laona Edith Evans Community Library - SUMMER
HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. &
extended hours on Tuesday 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. CLOSED
Saturday & Sunday • 715-674-4751
Museum Hours
Forest County Museum- Closed for the winter season.
Summer Hours: 10-4 on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday.
Forest County Potawatomi Cultural Center &
Museum - Monday -Thursday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you have
special research needs or want to inquire about
collection, please call 715-478-4841.
Wabeno Museum - Memorial Day - Through Labor Day Monday-Thursday:
11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.; FridaySaturday: 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
Thank Yous & Personals
On behalf of the Supporting Rebel Athletics Fund, we
would like to thank all of the volunteers that helped out at our first
th
annual Rebel Athletic Fundraiser on October 4 , 2014.
The time that was put into planning and running the
event was evident and is greatly appreciated! A special thank you to
the countless organizations, businesses, and individuals that donated
to this worthy cause. Through the event, we raised over $12,000 and
counting. The event was a huge success, and we are already working
on plans for next year’s event. It is amazing what
happens when our communities work together with a
common goal!
All funds will be utilized to support our Rebel
athletic programs. If you weren’t able to attend and
would like to make a donation, you may do so at any
Laona State Bank branch. Go Rebels!
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PLATTER
123 N. Lake Ave
715-478-0077
Bar - Restaurant - Motel
* In addition to our full menu *
Daily Specials
On Deck Platter & Yukiko Sushi Bar
Tue. - Broasted Chops & Salisbury Steak
Wed. - Broasted Chicken & Beef Tips
Thurs. - Italian Specials
Fri. - Fish Fry - Perch, Cod & Walleye
Homemade German Potato Salad!
Sat. - Ribs, Steak, Prime Rib & Shrimp
Sun. - Join us for Packer Game Specials!
Winter Hours: Open at 3 p.m. Tuesday - Friday
Open at 11:00 a.m. Saturday & Sunday
CLOSED MONDAY • Dinner Specials Start at 4 p.m.
Pizza • Sushi • Burgers • Daily Specials
Homemade soup & chili • Fresh cut fries
We roast and slice our own beef, turkey,
pork and ham for sandwiches
Sushi days are Wednesday-Saturday
Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday 3 p.m.-7 p.m. • Closed Mondays
Clip this ad and bring it in for $1.00 off any appetizer
715-484-3045 • Located in Pearson
Intersection of Hwy. 55 & T, on Hwy. 55
715-478-1059
Porterhouse Special
Join us November 8
for 18oz Porterhouse,
choice of potato,
breadstick,
and side salad
for just $25.95
FREE WIFI
Lake Metonga
Mon & Wed-Thur open at 3:00 pm
Fri-Sun open at 11:30 am
Closed Tuesdays
HILL'S STILL
SUPPER CLUB & CATERING
OUR WILDLIFE SCENE INCLUDES THE 2010 RECORD BLACK BEAR FROM BRYANT, WI!
CHEF CHARLIE IS COOKING HIS FAVORITE RECIPES!
Call for Catering
& Orders To Go
CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK!
PRIME RIB DAILY
Gift Certificates Available
Mon. - A.Y.C.E. Walleye
Tues. & Wed. - German & Mexican &
Pork Chops & Chicken
Thurs. - Chicken & Ribs
Friday - A.Y.C.E. FISH & CHICKEN
Sat. - Full menu 4:30 p.m. featuring
California Prime Rib
(715) 484-3211 or 484-2100
ALL CHICKEN PRESSURE FRIED
Open for
Sunday
Brunch
10:30
Highway 55, Pearson • 5 miles past Mole Lake Casino
ALL FULL DINNERS INCLUDE SOUP & FULL SALAD BAR
BROASTED
CHICKEN DINNER
SERVED DAILY!
• HOMEMADE PIZZAS Including:
BLT & Memphis Pulled Pork
• AWESOME BLOODY MARYS
• FRIDAY FISH FRY • FREE WIFI
SAT & SUN AT 10 A.M.
WEEKDAYS AT 11 A.M. - CLOSED TUESDAYS
Located in Beautiful Downtown
Post Lake • 715-275-3611
Join us for your chance to win a 3 day/2 night stay for
2 to LAS VEGAS including a $500 casino voucher!
One trip given away during EVERY Packer game!
Homemade Pizza
POST
LAKE
INN
Donovan's Trailside Inn
FRIDAY
SERVING:
FISH FRIES
SLING IT HAPPY HOUR MON. & THURS. 4-6
Hours: Thurs. - Mon. 11 a.m. - Close
CLOSED TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
Kathy's Inn in Argonne
4298 Hwy. 8, Cavour, WI • 715-674-MUDD (6833)
Veteran's Day, Tuesday, Nov 11,
Kathy's is offering FREE drinks
to ALL VETERANS as a tribute to
Darrel (Jiggs) Gerrow, Vietnam
veteran & Jesse R. Deaton,
World War II veteran.
SUPPER CLUB
& CATERING
Book Your
Christmas Parties
with us!
(715) 484-3211 or 484-2100
PEARSON 5 miles past Mole Lake Casino
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Open Mon - Sat. 4:30 P.M.; Sunday 10:30 A.M.
NOVEMBER STEAK SPECIAL
18 oz Sirlion $17.95
NEW!! $5 Fall Lunch Special - Served 11am - 2pm
Choice of Hamburger, Grilled Cheese, Stacked Ham Sandwich
includes Fries, Soda or Coffee, and Fresh Baked Cookie
MEXICAN PIZZA SPECIAL! JUST $10.95 FOR 14"
TACO MEAT, FIRE ROASTED SALSA, & MEXICAN CHEESE
Mexican Menu Monday & Tues
Tacos - Burritos - Quesadillas- enchiladas & More
Thursday's Special
Catfish Wednesday
ALL YOU CAN EAT Catfish,
Cornbread &
Hushpuppies$11.95
Liver & Onion $7.95
Friday All You Can Eat
Fish Fry $11.95
NIGHTLY- Smoked Ribs•Prime Rib•Ribeye•Baked Chicken•Chicken & Ribs
Fall Country Fest Menu
Pork Hock - $10.95
Kessler Rib Smoked Chop - $13.95
Roast Duck with Cranberry Stuffing - $16.95
Fall Combo Plate - $12.95
Smoked Ribs & Kraut - $14.95
Lamb Shank with Red Cabbage & Mint Jelly - $16.95
All Dinner Served With Dumplings, Gravy & Kraut
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!
Mon. & Tues. 11 a.m.-Close
Wed.-Sat. 7 a.m.-Close, Sun. 8 a.m.-Close
LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS DAILY
BREAKFAST WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY
Main
Street Ed’s
Argonne, WI • 715-649-3810
www.mainstreeteds.com
20 min south of Three Lakes on 32S
WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
HAPPY HOUR 4:30-5:30 &
ONE POUND SHRIMP BOIL
WITH FRIES JUST $12.95
Choir Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
For Crandon High School Choir. Monday, Dec. 1,
5 pm - 7 pm. $10 Adult & $5 Children under 7.
Entertainment by the Choir during dinner! Tickets
at Hotel Crandon, School Office, & Crandon Library.
SATURDAY SUPPER CLUB MENU
SMOTHERED RIBEYE FOR $19.95
OR MITCH'S SEAFOOD STUFFED
SHELLS FOR $13.95
FULL MENU AVAILABLE AT www.hotelcrandon.com
WEEKLY SPECIALS: Nov 10 - 16
Monday: One Pound Broasted Pork Chop $8.95
Tuesday: Reuben or Turkey Flat Bread $5.25
Wed: Roast Pork Plate $7.95
Thu: Spaghetti and Meatballs $7.25
Fri: Fish Fry $9.25... ONE POUND SHRIMP JUST $12.95
Hotel Crandon
North Lake Avenue Downtown Crandon
715-478-2414
OPEN WED. & THURS. EVENINGS 4:30 - 8 P.M.
Breakfast: Mon. - Sat., 6 - 11 a.m.; Lunch: Mon. - Fri., 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Friday Dinner: 4-8 p.m., Saturday Dinner: 5-8 p.m., Sundays: 7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 19, NOVEMBER 10, 2014
Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
INTRODUCTORY
SPECIAL
Made in the U.S.A.
Roxwell Tubes
All King Sized $1.99
All 100s $2.49
SALE Private
Label Tobaccos
1 Pound Bag - $17.99
e-juices starting at
$3.99, Over 100
Flavors
10% OFF all sports
memorabilia
Prices good thru
September 30, 2014
B23
Pintsch's
Hardware, Inc.
Hwy 32, Townsend
715-276-6888
Store Hours:
Mon-Fri 7-6, Sat. 7-5 Sun 8-3
Conway True
Value
Hwy 8 East Pioneer Plaza,
Crandon
715-478-3617
Open: Mon-Fri 7:30-5:30, Sat 8-4, Sun 9-1
Pheasant Hunting!
50
Round
Sporting
Clays
Course
onsite
Tired of driving to South Dakota to
hunt pheasants? You don't have to.
Heritage Hunt Club is a great place to
hunt ringnecks without the cost of gas
and the time spent looking through a
windshield. We have healthy and fastflying birds in cover that will make you
think you are out west!
Heritage
Hunt
Club
In Laona, Wisconsin
Ask about our lodge!
We have comfortable
accommodations on the
grounds that are great for
groups or small parties.
Call Bill at 715-889-0669
TRUCKS & SUVS
2007 Chevy Equinox LT - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, leather, 107K.......................$8,995
2006 Chev Trail Blazer LT - 4x4 6 cyl, auto, loaded, 117K......................... $6,995
2005 Chev Trail Blazer LS - 4dr, 4x4, 6cyl, auto, loaded, 87K.......................$6,995
2004 Chev Silverado 2500 - Crew cab,4x4, V8, diesel, auto, loaded,171K..$12,995
2001 Chev Silverado LS - Ext. Cab 1500, 4x4, V8, auto, loaded 129K..........$7,995
2000 Isuzu Ascender EXT - 4dr, 4x4, V6, auto, loaded 130K.........................$5,495
2000 Chev Silverado LT XT -Ext. Cab 1500,Z71,4x4,V8, auto, loaded,116k. $7,995
2000 Toyota 4Runner Limited - 4dr, 4x4, V6, auto, loaded, 162K.................$3,995
1999 Chev Silverado LT - Ext. Cab, 1500, Z71, 4x4, V8, auto, loaded,142K..$6,995
CARS
2014 Chav Impala 2LT - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, only 6K..............................$22,995
2013 Chevy Cruze LTZ - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, leather, 31K.....................$14,995
2013 Chev Cruze LT - 4 dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 31K....................................$13,995
2013 Chevy Sonic LTZ - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, leather, 31K.....................$13,995
2012 Ford Focus SEL - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 53K..................................$11,995
2012 Ford Fusion SE - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, Loaded, 53K..................................$12,995
2012 Chevy Impala LT - 4dr, V6, auto, Loaded, 33K..................................$12,995
2012 Chrysler 200 Touring - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 49K..........................$10,995
2012 Nissan Altima S - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 11K..................................$14,995
See Complete Inventory & Pictures at
www.hwy52auto.com
Remaining Factory or our 3-month, 3,000 mile Warranty
"More to Choose From" Trade-ins Welcome
Wabeno School District Saving
Challenge!
The Wisconsin Department of Financial
Institutions (DFI) along with the Governor’s Council on
Financial Literacy created a fund for the purpose of
promoting the teaching of personal financial literacy (PFL)
in the classroom to improve financial literacy among
youth. Wabeno School District applied for and received a
grant to support our students in financial literacy.
Through the grant cycle, Wabeno School District is
focusing on two primary goals related to Personal
Financial Literacy.
Increasing overall awareness of personal
financial literacy of 7th and 8th grade students is our first
goal. To achieve this, we implemented a curriculum
aligned to the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for
Personal Financial Literacy.
During the 2014-2015 school year, all 7th and 8th
grade students will attend a nine-week Financial Literacy
survey class at Wabeno School District. Students will be
learning about compounding interest, the purpose of
financial services, setting short and long term financial
goals, and choosing careers to meet their lifestyles,
among others. The second goal involves the simple
concept of saving money.
This concept is covered extensively in the survey
class, but students are also going to have the opportunity
to apply what they are learning to their own lives. In order
to achieve this, Wabeno School District has partnered with
Laona State Bank and the Forest County Potawatomi to
create a Wabeno School District Savings Challenge!
Each month, the students with the most deposits will
receive prizes for showing their commitment to saving!
April is Financial Awareness Month, so as a culminating
activity, the student with the most deposited money from
November through April will receive a grand prize while
the class that has the largest amount of deposits
throughout the challenge will be rewarded with a pizza
party to celebrate their commitment to their own personal
financial choices!
Wabeno School District along with Laona State
Bank and the Forest County Potawatomi are very excited
to be able to offer this opportunity to the 7th and 8th grade
students. Our partnership is committed to our community
and students and by providing this opportunity, our hope
is that young people will develop the much needed skills
for financial success.
Wabeno Jr. High kids explore
the Wabeno School Forest
2011 Chev Impala LT - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, leather, 59K..................$11,495
2011 Honda Civic LX - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded,31K............................$11,995
2011 Chevy Cruze LT - 4dr, 4 cyl., auto, loaded, 55K.......................$12,495
2011 Hyundai Sonata GLS - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 66K......................$12,995
2011 Honda Fit - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 50K.......................................$12,995
2011 Chev Malibu LT - 4dr., 4 cyl., auto, loaded, 34K............................$11,995
2010 Toyota Camry SE - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 69K............................$11,995
2009 Chev Cobalt LT - 4cyl, auto, loaded, 95k........................................ $6,995
2009 Chevy HHR LS - 4 dr., 4 cyl., auto, loaded, 68K...............................$9,995
2009 Pontiac G6 GT - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, 118K...................................$7,495
2008 Pontiac G6 - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, Loaded, 53K......................................$6,995
2007 Ford Taurus SEL - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, 63K..................................$6,995
2007 Pontiac Grand Prix - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, leather..........................$4,995
2007 Pontiac G6 - 4 dr., 4 cyl., auto, loaded, 63K....................................$8,495
2007 Ford Fusion SEL - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, sunroof, 78K....................$9,995
2006 Pontiac G6 - 4dr, 4cyl, auto, loaded, 82K.......................................$7,495
2005 Buick LaCrosse CXL - 4dr, V6, aoto, loaded, 88K..........................$6,995
2005 Chev Malibu LS - 4dr, V6, auto, loaded, 97K..................................$5,995
2004 Chevy Malibu LS - 4 dr, V6, auto, loaded, 84K................................$5,995
2003 Mercury Sable LS - 4 dr., V6, auto, loaded, 99K.............................$4,495
2001 Saturn L200 - 4 dr., 4 cyl., auto, loaded, 153K................................$3,995
HWY. 52 AUTO
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715-623-0804
Wabeno Jr. / Sr. High PBIS
Homeroom Challenge
Students at Wabeno Jr. /Sr. High School recently
enjoyed a friendly PBIS homeroom competition to get in
the Halloween spirit. PBIS encourages positive behavior
and interactions with students and staff.
The students teamed up with their homeroom
peers and teachers to have a pumpkin carving contest.
Students searched for the best designs and let their
carving skills do the rest. On Friday, Oct. 17, all of the
creations were lined up and judged to see which pumpkin
would take the title Best Pumpkin 2014.
While there were some very creative designs,
Mrs. Couillard’s homeroom class took the title for their
rendition of Ironman. Other pumpkin designs included a
minion from the popular movie Despicable Me, Mike
Wizowski from the hit movie Monsters, Inc., and a gigantic
hamburger. All of the students worked well together and,
more importantly, enjoyed the positive atmosphere and
friendly competition.
Lakewood Presbyterian Church
to hold Holiday Bazaar
Lakewood Presbyterian Church of Lakewood is
having their annual Holiday Bazaar on November 29, 2014
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
They will have a bake sale with plates of
Christmas cookies and candy, plus a very good food menu
and lots of delicious pies.
Grandma's Attic will again be available and lots of
good stuff will be on hand.
This year they are adding an area for handmade
items. They have so many talented people in their church
that they thought this would be a great way of helping with
the Christmas shopping.
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The Junior High Students of Wabeno explored the
Wabeno School Forest on Wednesday October 1st. While
these young scientists were at the School Forest, they
learned about various aspects of the natural world. The
students spent the day visiting stations with teachers in
several curriculum areas. For math, the students solved
problems with Mrs. Palubicki to match the letters to form a
word. Then, they had to go out into the forest and do a
scavenger hunt.
For Geology, they went to Quartz Hill with Mr.
Twardowski to learn about the formation of the mountains,
and how they used to have many crystals that formed and
sparkled. It was quite the hike, but the students enjoyed the
experience and the view. Next, the group studied English
with Mrs. Nelson.
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