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Published by Kerry Bailey
It's Fall in the Northwoods!
It's Fall in the Northwoods!

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 Movie Review 
 K.F. Bailey, Publisher 
 
 Melanie Bailey, Assistant Editor 
 
 P O Box 207 
 
 Lakewood, WI 54138
 
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 Phone; 715
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 Email: knkids@aol.com
Oct 23rdOct. 16th
Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, Alex Pettyfer, MattBomer, Joe Mangianello, Olivia Munn, Riley Keough
The hot headliner in an all
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male revue, Magic Mike has beenrocking the stage at Club Xquisite for years with his originalstyle and over 
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the
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top dance moves. The more the ladies lovehim, the more they spend, and the happier that makes clubowner Dallas. Seeing potential in a guy he calls the Kid, Miketakes the 19
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year 
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old under his wing and schools him in thefine arts of dancing, partying, picking up women and makingeasy money. It's not long before the club's newest act has fansof his own, as the summer opens up to a world of fun, friend-ship and good times.
Rated R for pervasive sexual content,brief graphic nudity, language and some drug use
 
Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer, JadaPinkett Smith, Jessica Chastain, Martin Short, BryanCranston . Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria theHippo, and Melman the Giraffe are still fighting to gethome to their beloved Big Apple and of course, KingJulien, Maurice and the Penguins are all along for thecomedic adventure. Their journey takes them throughEurope where they find the perfect cover: a travelingcircus, which they reinvent
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Madagascar style.
RatedPG for some mild action and rude humor
 
Established 2004 October 2012
 
Page 2 The Timber News Volume 1, Issue 1
From the Editor
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news and notes
 
Lakewood lost a very special lady, Lynn Giese. Lynn was well liked by everyone she met and will be greatly missed by the commu-nity and all of her friends and her Super Value family.
 
Rainbow House:
Toiletries are needed for men, women, children and infants who find shelter at the Rainbow House Shelter. Pleasedrop your donation at Tantalizing Tanning, Pour Haus or at Timberline Breakfast Restaurant. This is one way we can help them tofeel better.
In Memory of:
Justice, Michael James Murphy. I didn’t know him well the last several years but I remember the fun times we allhad as kids growing up with our very Irish families in Chicago. May you rest in peace Michael.Get Well Wishes to all of our friends and neighbors.
UPCOMING EVENTS;
See page 19 for all of the monthly events scheduled.
The weather– 
Oh my gosh it is absolutely beautiful. The fall colors are at peak. I was able to get out to shoot several photo’s thisweek. If you would like to see our full color edition find it on Facebook or on www.scribed.com. You will love the cover color photoof this issue.
Birthday Wishes
to all of our friends and neighbors; There are a couple First birthdays this month, Beau Kruse and Natalie Hart-man; nephew Gleni Bailey, cousin Jill Bailey from KY, Oscar Ventura, Michelle Orley, Tara Reed from IL Niece Colleen Elizabethfrom IL, Rustin Reini from CO, Scott Wycherley, Kathleen Marsh, Jackie Vedrode,
Gas prices
have gone up actually but not as much as they were a year ago. They’ve gone from $4 plus down to $3.81 and a penny or two of more or less. To find out where the best price for gas is locally and regionally, go to www.Gasbuddy.com7
 
Go to our website and just click to read at
www.scribed.com in newspapers and publications
for updated news and photo’s. And, be sure to stop by our page on
Facebook. The Timber News. Join in or start a new discussion.
The September meeting of UNAC (Up North Authors Circle) was held September 8 at the Lakewood Library. Kathleen Marsh be-gan the meeting by sharing an article entitled “The Joys and Hazards of Self 
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Publishing on the Web” by Alan Finder ( New York Times; August 16, 2012). One of Finder’s comments that drew a lot of discussion related to the rise in popularity of e
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 books and e
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readers.
 
“Digital publishing and print on demand have significantly reduced the cost of producing a book. The phenomenal growth of e
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readers and tablets has vastly expanded the market for e
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 books, which can be self 
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 published at little or no cost. Writers who self 
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 publish are more likely to be able to control the rights to their books, set their books’ sale price, and keep a larger proportion of thesales.” Members agreed that e
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 publishing is revolutionizing the publishing business and authors must adapt to the change if theyhope to succeed.
 
 Next Sheri Jo Posselt read a lengthy excerpt from Chapter 3 of her novelHidden Heroes. Members were impressed with Sheri’s ability to use dia-logue to weave an intricate tale of action and adventure. Zach Mason fol-lowed with another powerful piece of writing. Everyone agreed Zach’s abili-ties as a writer continues to improve as he works very hard to perfect hiscraft.The meeting ended with Evelyn Gaede, a Townsend author who writes usingthe pseudonym Jamee Pilant. Evelyn shared a painstakingly revised Chapter 8 from her novel Jenny’s Destiny. The room was absolutely silent as Evelynread from this sequel to her first novel Chelsea’s Doom. As Evelyn finished,she smiled broadly because spontaneous applause erupted from the group, which then showered her with enthusiastically positivereviews.
 
Want to join in the fun? The next meeting of UNAC will be on October 9 at 5:00 p.m. at the Lakewood Library. New members arealways welcome.
 
Page 19 The Timber News Volume 1, Issue 1
If you have an event that you would like listed, send it in 6 weeks in advance of the event.
Send it toThe Timber News at P O Box 207, Lakewood, WI 54138; Phone: 715
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276
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6087; by email toknkids@aol.com ,
or take it to
Timberline Restaurant, or Lakewood Super Valu
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OCONTO COUNTY
For details see: http://www.ocontocounty.org/
 
Several Special Programs to be held at NARA: HighlightNational Archives Records in Washington, DC.
For de-tails go to http://www.archives.gov/
 
**Lakewood Area Chamber of Commerce:
Seehttp://lakewoodareachamber.com/index.shtml (see Eventsabove)
 
**Forest County:
http://www.forestcountywi.com/
 
Send Press Release’s to:
 The Timber News, P O Box 207Lakewood, WI 54138Phone: 715-276-6087
E’mail: knkids@aol.com
 
 No material in this publication may be reproduced in whole or in part without the consent of KFB Enterprises.The advertisers and publisher have introduced the infor- mation in the publication in good faith, however, they,are not responsible for or liable for errors, misinfor- 
Saturday, 6 October
6:30 Presbyterian Church Spaghetti Supper – Lakewood Presbyterian Church Spaghetti Supper 4:30 P.M. to7:00 P.M. Contact Shirley Rohe at(715) 276
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7455.
 
Saturday, 6 October
6:30 Presbyterian Church Spaghetti Supper – Lakewood 4:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Contact Shirley Rohe at(715) 276
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7455.
 
 Nite at the Bistro – 
Oconto Sat, 6 October,
8:00
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9:00 Joint fundraiser for the Oconto Hospital Foundation and the Oconto AreaHumane Society held at Schussler's Supper Club in Peshtigo. Contact Jean Davidson for times. (920) 834
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2375.
 
Monday, 8 October
Ladies Banquet
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Kelly Lake Banquet Pleasures and Treasures Ladies Banquet to be held at Romy’s HolidayInn. Jewelry, raffles and much more! For more information, call Janet at (920) 826
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5340. Memorial Bricks will be introduced tosupport the handicapped dock site. Information regarding bricks call (920) 842
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5210.
 
Saturday, 13 October
4:00 Oktoberfest Celebration Meat raffle, Weiner Schnitzel and more at the Crooked Lake Sportsman’sClub Hwy W in Crooked Lake – 2:00 P.M – 7:00 P.M Sponsored by Crooked Lake/Mountain Lions Club.
 
Sunday, October, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30
Shakespeare Complete Works – Oconto Put on by the Machickanee Players and will at-tempt to capture "in a single theatrical experience the magic, the genius, the towering grandeur of William Shakespeare". We willdo this through comedy, audience participation, and many, many props and costume changes. Even those who don't like Shake-speare will enjoy this raucous comedy! Call (920) 834
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4353 for times or online www.machickaneeplayers.org or visit BayShoreBooks LLC 302 Collins Ave, Oconto.
 
10:30
Annual Dinner 
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Gillett
 
Wednesday, 31 October ATV Trails Close and the
 
Horse Trails Close
 
NOVEMBER 
 
Sunday, 4 November 10:00
Annual Staff Holiday Craft Bazaar – Suring High School Annual Staff Holiday Craft Bazaar at the Suring High School 10:00A.M.
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2:00 P.M. Call (920) 842
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6312.
 
Tuesday, 6 November
11:00 Soup/Sandwich Buffet & Bazaar – Oconto at First American Lutheran Church, Oconto. 11:00 A.M.
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1:00 P.M. Fundraiser for the GFWC Oconto Woman's Club. Contact Audrey Frease(920) 834
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5256.
 
 
Page 18 The Timber News Volume 1, Issue 1 Page 3The Timber News Volume 1, Issue 1
MyFamily.com's Extensive Resources Make It Easier to Uncover Your Family Heritage
 
PROVO, Utah, Recognizing the massive surge in popularity of tracing one's roots, the UnitedStates Congress has officially designated October as National Family History Month by unani-mously passing Senate resolution #175.
 
MyFamily.com, Inc., the leading network for connectingfamilies, today announced plans to participate in the celebration.
 
The month will be marked with activities and specials on the MyFamily network of Web sites,which include MyFamily.com, Ancestry.com, Genealogy.com, and RootsWeb.com, to give thoseinterested in discovering their family history the needed tools and resources to further uncover,share and explore their family's unique heritage.
 
"Experts say that in the United States, genealogy is now the second most popular hobby next togardening," says Senator Orrin Hatch who co
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sponsored the Senate resolution. "It is only naturalthat we want to find out more about our ancestors, and what a better way to bring families closer together than by discovering more about the story of your own family?"
 
MyFamily is making the search for family and loved ones easier everyday. With the extensiveresources available through the MyFamily network of Web sites, even the amateur historian can easily gather family history infor-mation on their home computers that used to take months or even years to put together.
 
Users can quickly search through familyhistory records containing over 3 billion names, search historical newspapers, download family tree software, and sign up for freegenealogy newsletters containing the latest research tips.
 
MyFamily makes it easy to learn the basics of family research and providestools for organizing and making sense of the data collected.
 
 New one
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 stop spot to access, track, and query FOIA requests
 
Washington, DC. . . The National Archives and Records Admin-istration(NARA) and the Environmental Protection Agency(EPA), along with the Department of Commerce (DOC), have partnered to develop an online system aimed at expanding publicaccess to information requested under the Freedom of Infor-mation Act (FOIA).
 FOIAonline
(http://FOIAonline.Regulations.gov), formerly known as the FOIA Module, is available as of today (October 1).It offers the public one place to submit FOIA requests, track their  progress, communicate with the processing agency, search other requests, access previously released responsive documents andfile appeals with participating agencies.For agencies,
 FOIAonline
provides a secure website to receiveand store requests, assign and process requests, post responses,generate metrics, manage records electronically, create manage-ment reports and electronically generate the annual report re-quired from each agency by FOIA.EPA began looking at the feasibility of a FOIA portal in 2010with the idea of leveraging
 Regulations.gov
, the Federal rulemak-ing portal that allows people to comment on Federal regulationsand other agency regulatory actions. EPA administers
 Regula-tions.gov
, which launched in 2002 and now has 38 partner agen-cies that govern and financially support the program. By leverag-ing the infrastructure of 
 Regulations.gov
,
 FOIAonline
avoidedmany start
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up costs, resulting in a total of $1.3 million to launchand an estimated cost avoidance of $200 million over the nextfive years if broadly adopted.Representatives from NARA and Commerce, along with EPA,worked with and received input from both agency FOIA profes-sional and requester communities.In a March 19, 2012, letter to Cass Sunstein, then Administrator,Office of Information and Regulatory Policy, Office of Manage-ment and Budget, a group of organizations from the requester community supported the FOIA portal (now
 FOIAonline
).The group said it “offers the best hope for improving the Admin-istration’s compliance with the Freedom of Information Act andaffording the public the broadest access to government docu-ments.”Six Federal agencies now have partnered to develop and deploy
 FOIAonline
along with EPA, including Commerce, NARA, theDepartment of the Treasury, the Federal Labor Relations Authori-ty, and the Merit Systems Protection Board, each of which willdeploy on its own schedule.
 FOIAonline
can be accessed athttp://FOIAonline.Regulations.gov.While you can send requeststo the participating agencies now, the data available in the systemare initially minimal and variable by agency. The partner agen-cies will continue to enhance the system and they welcome other agencies’ participation.
 

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