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03 01 2012 March Online TN

03 01 2012 March Online TN

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Published by Kerry Bailey
Spring is ALMOST here. Be sure to safe the dates on your calenders for all of the upcoming events. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Spring is ALMOST here. Be sure to safe the dates on your calenders for all of the upcoming events. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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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
 April 17thMarch 27th
Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Paula Pat-ton, Josh Holloway, Michael Nyqvist, Vladimir Mash-kov ; This is not just another mission.
 
The IMF is shut down when it’s implicated in a globalterrorist bombing plot. Ghost Protocol is initiated andEthan Hunt and his rogue new team must go undercov-er to clear their organization’s name. No help, no con-tact, off the grid. You have never seen a mission gritti-er and more intense than this.
Rated PG
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13
for se-quences of intense action and violence
 
Jason Lee, Matthew Gray Gubler, Amy Poehler, JesseMcCartney, Andy Buckley, Lauren Gottlieb, Tucker Albrizzi;The vacationing Chipmunks and Chipettes are turninga luxury cruise liner into their personal playground,until they become 'chipwrecked' on a remote island. Asthe 'Munks and Chipettes scheme to find their wayhome, they accidentally discover their new turf is notas deserted as it seems.
Rated G
 
March 2012 FREE
In September 2011, a group of committed parents andteachers convened to form a new and dynamic group: the Wabe-no Home and School Association. The association is an organi-zation of parents, guardians, and faculty members who are work-ing together to make our school a better, richer environment.The association members recognize that with active cooperation between our families and faculties, we can make our great schooleven better, while building community. The organization contin-ues to grow in membership and has already sponsored severalgreat events.
 
In November, Home and School sponsored a bake sale inconjunction with musical storyteller, Randy Peter-
son’s presentation. The association netted $252.
 In January, Home and School sponsored a family movienight and raffle fundraiser. Over 200 people attend-ed and had a great time. Also, as a result $532 wasraised.In January, Home and School hosted a special appreciation luncheon for the teachers, staff, and school board mem-bers at Wabeno Elementary.In February, a second bake sale was held during the parent-teachers conferences and netted $260.Friday, March 2
nd,
we will be having a cake walk preceding a presentation by singer/storyteller, Stuart Stotts. Thisevent will be held in the Wabeno Elementary gym at 5:15 PM.
Thus far, through generous donations, fun fundraising events, and a lot of effort on the part of the members, theWabeno Home and School Association has raised $1,044. All the funds raised by the Association will be supporting theneeds of the students, teachers and school. So far, Home and School donated $200 for the yearly Holiday Book Ex-change. This is just the beginning. Future ideas for Home and School funds include partial funding for the June end of the school year carnival, family nights, and teacher appreciation luncheon.The Home and School Association needs your help. The more community involvement we have, the stronger and more vibrant our school will be. Parents, guardians, and community members are welcome and encouraged to getinvolved.
 
 We meet the first Monday of each month in the Wabeno Elementary library. Our next meeting is Monday, March 5at 6 PM. For more information, contact Principal Allison Space at (715) 473-3633.
Like to golf? Enjoy helping out the community while having fun? Then mark your calendar! The Holt and Balcom Log-ging Camp Museum will host its second annual Logging Camp Restoration Golf Outing at McCauslin Brook Golf andCountry Club in Lakewood on June 10, 2012. The event will begin with a shotgun start at 11:00 a.m.
 
The $65 entry fee ($45 for McCauslin members) includes golf, gifts, prizes, drinks, and supper. Cash prizes will beawarded in two divisions and the day will feature raffles and a free tour of the Museum restoration project.
 
All proceeds will go to the restoration of the Holt & Balcom Logging Camp Museum. Registrations may be sent to Holt& Balcom Golf Outing; 16965 Nicolet Rd; Townsend, WI 54175. Call 715
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276
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6515 for more details.
 
 
Page 2 The Timber News Volume 1, Issue 1
From the Editor
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news and notes
 
Well the great snowstorm of the season is on its way. We are ready. We made sure we picked up new batteries for our flashlights incase the power goes out and a few extra food items. The National Weather Service has predicted up to and possibly more than 13inches of snow is due to fall here within a 24 hour period. Stay safe and drive carefully if you must go out.Bruce Wm. Mommaerts, CDFP, who has served as the Executive Director of the Oconto County Economic Development Corpora-tion, Inc. (OCEDC) for the past 27 years, has announced his retirement effective May 31, 2012. Some of the key accomplishments of OCEDC during Bruce's tenure as the Executive Director include, but are not limited to is a long list of achievements.Toiletries are needed for men, women, children and infants who find shelter at the Rainbow House Shelter. Please drop your dona-tion at Tantalizing Tanning, Pour Haus or at Timberline Breakfast Restaurant. This is one way we can help them to feel better.
Thought and Prayers to the families of:
Chris (Orley) Edmonds, Mrs. Licht (Ashley Schwartz’s mother), Terry Bodoh and to allthose who have lost a loved one.
Get Well Wishes to all of our friends and neighbors.UPCOMING EVENTS
; See page 19 for all of the monthly events scheduled.
The weather– 
It is now WINTER in the northwoods but someone better tell Mother Nature. Lately our weather has been colder atnight and a tad warmer during the day. The temperature outside, however, has been in the plus temp’s at night and in the mid 20
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30’sduring the day.
Birthday Wishes to all of our friends and neighbors;
Happy Birthday to my sister Trish on St. Pat’s Day,
Helen Finnegan Connol-ly's, Rebecca Radish-Birkholz, and to all the many who share their special day in March.
Gas prices have gone
up actually but not as much as they were a year ago. They’ve gone from $4 plus down to $3.72 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.com
 
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 first UNAC (Up North Authors Circle) meeting of 2012 was held at the Lakewood Library on February 8. Facilitator Kathleen
Marsh welcomed members back to begin the group’s seventh year of sharing their writings.
 
Nancy Jo Garner began by reading her newest poem, “Familiar Stranger.” Nancy Jo said she intends to make the poem into a song 
, which
met with nods of enthusiastic approval from the group. Her poem is written in autobiographical quatrains with a “pay it forward”
theme.
In explaining why she wrote it, Nancy Jo elicited big smiles: “Kathleen Marsh and UNAC changed my life. She deserves so much
creditfor getting me started on a musical career that has evolved over the past year, far beyond anything I could have imagined. At the firstmeeting I attended, she and other UNAC members convinced me to perform at the Townsend Variety Show, and now I am entertaining 
on weekends at the Big Easel Restaurant in Wabeno.” Townsend writer George Arentz was next. He blew away the group with a short story he entitles: “In theMarvel of Miracles.” This lengthy piece is yet another of those richly composed mosaic narratives that
George is noted for. This time the setting is the Fox Valley, where the protagonist experiences unspeakable
tragedy while finding true love. George’s story is a tale of human beings battling the worst of themselves,
only to be saved by the power of love that they so desperately need. The meeting ended with Shari Posselt reading a thought-
provoking poem, “Bursting.” Shari’s rhymed verse
is a wonderfully emotional piece in which the narrator stuffs his feelings and puts on a happy face. He doesit for so long that he loses sight on his true self and then bursts, losing it and himself in a tragic meltdown.Everyone agreed that Shari has a way of packing her work with colorful language that really communicatesan important message.UNAC will meet again on March 13 at 5:00 at the Lakewood Library. New members are always 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/
 
**Langlade County:
langladecounty.org/Tourism/CalendarOfEvents.aspx
 
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- mation, misprints or typographical errors 
.
Saturday, March 03, 2012
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Annual Panfish Derby on Waubee Lake 8:00AM, $5 Entry Fee with 100% payout. Register Fridaynight or Saturday 8 a.m. at THE BEACH CLUB. You must register prior to going out on the Lake. Fishing ends at 3 p.m. Food,Beverages, Prizes and Fun for the whole family!Contact Walt or Sandy Larson, 18524 Powers Lane,Lakewood, WI. Please check website for any changes or cancellations. www.thebeachclubwi.com or 1
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715
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276
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CLUB(2582).
 
Sat/Sun, March 3
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4, 2012
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Rummage Sale
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Oconto Booster Club/Oconto Fire & Rescue Dept 8:00AM Blazin’ Boosters (OcontoFire & Rescue Department) is having a rummage sale Saturday March 3rd from 8 am
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4 pm and Sunday March 4th from 8am
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 Noonat the Oconto City Hall. It is to raise money for the booster club and purpose is to encourage and support the members of the Ocon-to Fire & Rescue Department as well as the members of the community. The Booster Club will be working alongside the firefight-ers to assist in community outreach, fundraising and public events. Contact Elizabeth at 920
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640
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0272 or Mandy at 920
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604
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0967
 
Candlelight Ski
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Stiles 6:30PM Sponsored by the Machickanee Cross County Ski Club. Join us from 6:30 P.M.
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9:00 P.M. atBlackberry Ramble. Event is held with or without snow (hike the trails). Contact Chique at (920) 846
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2965.
 
Suring Firemen’s Dance 8:00PM
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At Black Bear Trail Golf Club. 8:00 P.M. Come celebrate the anniversary of the fire depart-ment. Carol Heise (920) 842
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2333.
 
Sunday, March 11, 2012
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Girl Scout Sunday
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Gillett 10:00AM at Hillside Assembly of God Call (920) 855
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2962.
 
Saturday, March 24, 2012
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5
th
Annual Business Expo
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Oconto 8:00AM sponsored by the Oconto Area Chamber of Commerce andheld at the Bond Community Center. Stop in and see the products and services offered by area businesses. Exhibitors welcomed.Public is invited and encouraged to attend. Door prizes. Contact Kathy or Ron Hayes at (920) 835
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5606.
 
Spring Spaghetti Dinner 
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Crooked Lake 4:00PM
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Celebrate Spring Spaghetti Dinner 
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Hwy W in Crooked Lake – 4:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M. Sponsored by Crooked Lake/Mountain Lions Club. Contact (715) 276
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6196.
 
Monday, March 26, 2012
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Chicken, Tips and Toys at Romy's Holiday Inn in Kelly Lake 5:30PM Chicken, Tips and Toys atRomy’s Holiday Inn. Starts at 5:30 P.M. Fundraiser sponsored by the Kelly Lake Sportsmen’s Club. Contact Janet at (920) 826
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5340.
 
Friday, March 30, 2012
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Spring Fling
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Kelly Lake 7:00PM Spring Fling Community Healthcare Foundation Spring Fling Wine,Cheese, & Beer Tasting. Friday, 7:00 P.M at Romy's Holiday Inn, Kelly Lake. Tickets available at the door or in advance; call(920) 846
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3444 ext. 1270 or visit www.cmhospital.org
 
Saturday, March 31, 2012
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Maple Syrup Fest
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Chute Pond 10:00AM
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 Noon located at Camp U
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 Nah
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Li
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Ya. Free tours of Camp,demonstrations of maple syruping, pancakes. Contact Kathleen at (715) 276
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7116. YMCA membership not required.
 
 
Page 18 The Timber News Volume 1, Issue 1 Page 3The Timber News Volume 1, Issue 1
Wabeno Library is pleased to participate in The PBS KIDS GO!Writers’ Contest:
 
A local
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national contest designed to promote the advancementof children’s reading and writing skills. Children in grades k 
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3are invited to create their own stories and illustrations and sub-mit them.Wisconsin childrencan submit storiesindividually or as aclass to WisconsinPBS Kids for the lo-cal contest. All chil-dren will receive acertificate of achieve-ment, and winners are personally contactedand honored at an awards presentation in May at the Sun PrairiePublic Library. First place winners continue on to the nationallevel, and the national winner will be announced in June. In2009, a Wisconsin student won the national contest!
 
The KIDS GO! web site is linked to the contest where winningstories, the submission forms, and guidelines can be found:http://pbskids.org/writerscontest/contest.php. Many helpfulresources and fun projects for literacy are there as well.
 
Join the fun by encouraging your little ones to participate. Chil-dren do not have to be in a public school program to be eligible.Children in church or other private schools, tribal schools, pri-vate schools, and home schooled children are especially encour-aged to apply. Children and parents may consult with a locallibrarian in support of your application, and to get tips for howto engage the youngest readers as writers. Children do not haveto apply and submit through their local library, but all librariesare encouraging families to participate.
 
For support and resource information, contact your local library.Wabeno Public Library can be reached at 715
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473
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4131.
 
Each year as we begin to put together our annual Valentine’s Day drawing, we get excited with each new drawing prize that is
donated.
 As in years past our Grand Prize winner is surprised and extremely happy when they learn what they’ve won. Each winner whet
her if they are local or from out of town always seem to have a huge smile on their faces when they have won something. Some have ex-
claimed that they’ve never won anything to all of ‘oh my gosh I won’ is heard over the phone when they are called. It seems o
ne of our winners this year is an avid health person and is looking forward to coming north to spend some time at the Tri-Fitness center. Gra-ciously the winner of the $50 gas card accepted her prize and passed it onto a local friend. All in all, eachand every winner was surprised
and happy tolearn that they had won a prize in the 2012 Timber News Valentine’s Day drawing.
 And the winners are: The Grand Prize from Potawatomi Carter Casino * Hotel-Overnight stay & Casino Package - Stephanie Erlanger, Wabeno, WICrivitz Best Western
 – 
An overnight stay 
 — 
 Andy Woelfel, Green Bay, WI; CrandonBest Western
 — 
 An overnight stay 
 — 
Paul Reichel, Menasha, WI; Lakewood Super Valu-1 bottle of wine
 — 
 Jack Bosser, Mountain, WI; NU-ROC Community HealthCare-$50 Shell Gas Card- Judy Thompson, Green Bay, WI; Pour Haus Bar and Grill-$10 Gift Certificate
 — 
 Ann Malitzke, Mountain, WI; The Timberline Breakfast Res-taurant-Gift Certificate-Tanner Exford, Townsend, WI; Townsend Shell -$10 GiftCertificate
 – 
Dale Gregorius, Shawano, WI; Laona State Bank 
 — 
Grill Tool Set
 – 
 
‘Spanky’ Clark, Mountain, WI; Pintsch’s True Value Hardware
-Gift Certificate-DanGottschalk, Townsend, WI; TJ Padgens Photo-1 setting session and a 5 x 7-Arlene Tucker, Wabeno, WI; Kaster Construction-Gift Cer-tificate Randalls Resort-Pizza-Sara Wachtendonk, Lakewood, WI; Otter Run Books-A copy of The History of Townsend II-Joann Mark-ham, Manitowoc, WI; Lakewood Ski and Sport-$30 Gift Certificate-Lance Tahwa, Wabeno, WI; Nobles Chiropractic-New Patient ExamGift Certificate $50
 – 
Heather Gluth, Lakewood, WI; Gruetzmacher Funeral Home
 – 
 
Gift Certificate to GG’s Cheese Shop
-Ron Tragggardh, Townsend, WI; Tri-Fitness
 — 
 A 5 day pass
 – 
Randy Gehrt, Neenah, WI; Weber-Hill Funeral Home-2 $20 Gift Certificates toNorthern Perks Coffee -Dave Duchring, Townsend, WI and Melinda Obey, Lakewood, WI.

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