Movie Review

K.F. Bailey, Publisher Melanie Bailey, Assistant Editor P O Box 207 Lakewood, WI 54138 Phone; 715-276-6087 Email: knkids@aol.com Feb 24th
Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Zach Galifianakis, Billy Bob Thornton, Amy Sedaris, Constance Marie, Guillermo del Toro. Long before he even met Shrek, the notorious fighter, lover and outlaw Puss in Boots becomes a hero when he sets off on an adventure with the tough and street smart Kitty Softpaws and the mastermind Humpty Dumpty to save his town. This is the true story of The Cat, The Myth, The Legend... The Boots. Rated PG for some adventure action and mild rude humor
Starring: Asa Butterfield, Chloe Moretz, Christopher Lee, Jude Law, Ben Kingsley, Emily Mortimer, Sacha Baron Cohen. Director: Martin Scorsese “Hugo” is the astonishing adventure of a wily and resourceful boy whose quest to unlock a secret left to him by his father will transform Hugo and all those around him, and reveal a safe and loving place he can call home. Rated PG for mild thematic material, some action/peril and smoking

February 2012

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Are you a singer, comedian, skit actor, dancer or entertainer? Come show off your talent at the seventh annual Townsend Variety Show. Auditions for the show will be held February 27 from six to eight o’clock p.m. at the Townsend Town Hall. Acts selected will become part of two performances to be staged April 28 at the Townsend Town Hall at 1:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. This year’s show theme will be the “Off Broadway.” Please contact Kathleen Marsh at 715-276-6515 or email kathiemarsh@yahoo.com for more information or to schedule an audition time. This annual event is again being organized by the Town Hall Players. Steering committee members Ruth Benoit, Pam Pederson, Sue Rapp and Kathleen Marsh, all of Townsend, met recently to finalize details. A second round of auditions will be held at 6:00 p.m. on March 9. Rehearsals are scheduled for March 23 and April 13 with the dress rehearsal on April 27. Each performance will feature a crisp, tightly scheduled program showcasing local talent. In the tradition begun in 2005, the show will offer a full evening of entertainment with music, laughter and audience interaction. Tickets, available only at the door, are $6.00 per person. All proceeds will be donated to the local Christian Food Pantry housed at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Townsend.

T HE NEWS Y OU CAN USE
March

The Edith Evans Community Library of Laona opened their doors to the history of Ellis Island in late January to the students and residents of the surrounding communities. A presentation of the history was made via informational wall hangings and a 15 minute video. Laona School Librarian, Carol Bartlein explained the history of “Ellis Island; The Golden Age of Immigration and Beyond” to the 4th grade class using examples of their own heritage whether is was Polish, German, Norwegian, Dutch, or Irish. Many of the students ancestors were those who settled the northern portion of Forest County. Many of the first settlers of the County were transported by train and wagon to help with the production of logging, farming, and mining. Names such as Connor, McKinley, Antis, Spencer, Johnson, are a few of the early settler’s of the Laona area. To learn more about the early settler’s and the building of the community of residents of Laona, go to; http://www.laonahistory.com/mission.html

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From the Editor-news and notes
February is heart health month, Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, and another month closer to spring!!! January has just about walked out the door leaving us with unusual cold temperatures and some snowy days off of school
OCONTO COUNTY For details see: http://www.ocontocounty.org/

Welcome Jeff Mahon (the mayor) back to our pages this month. Be sure you read what he has to say this month. I just love how he escapes to Florida where it is nice and warm while we count the days til Spring. The release of the 1940 U.S. Census will be released in April which for many of us historical and family researchers will hopefully hold answers to many puzzles. As a professional genealogist I am among many who are fighting to keep our access to the Social Security Death Index (SSDI). We are not out to use these numbers but to be able to help us identify our earlier ancestors as proof for citations in our research. 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 at night and a tad warmer during the day. The temperature outside, however, has been in the minus temp’s at night and in the mid-low teens during the day. Reports of snow fall in the farther northwoods have come in but none in the Lakes Territory as of printing. Birthday Wishes to all of our friends and neighbors; Happy Birthday to Tessa Ray Wagner (IL), Tawny Booth, cousin Megan Bailey, Nick Lowery, Rick Challoner, Prof. Genealogist Mrs. Myra Vanderpool Gormley (WA), cousin Thomas Murphy, niece Rhiannon Hooper, Rita Blazewicz, Mary Walker Rieder, Jennifer Ducey, niece Rita Steiger, nephew Max Bailey (Leap Year) Gas prices have gone up actually but not as much as they were a year ago. They’ve gone from $4 plus down to $3.35 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.

February 11 & 12, 2012 - 37th Annual Red Arrow Snowmobile ATV Club Fish A Ree/Vintage Snowmobile Show…Townsend Town Hall- Music-Food-Games-Meat Raffles both days. Cash Fish Awards in 4 categories plus $100.00 Grand Prize for biggest fish of weekend. Contact jbrantmeier@athenet.net or visit www.redarrowtownsend.com for more information. Winterfest 8:00AM - Hosted by the City of Oconto and the Oconto Area Chamber of Commerce. Activities and fun for the entire family. Contact Kathy Hayes (920) 835-5606. 5th Annual Farfromsnoozin Bed Races - Townsend 9:00AM - Bed races on the ice Birch Hills Resort & My Bar in Townsend. Contact Dawn at (715) 276-6195 or www.birchhillsresort.com. Call for time. Saturday February 11th, 2012: Gillett Sno-Riders 3rd Annual Poker Run The run kicks off at 11am and goes throughout the day with it ending at 6pm at Klaus Lake Bar, Gillett. There will be many stops featured on the run throughout our portion of the trail system. Starting at 7pm we will be awarded prizes for the poker run winners, holding our annual club raffle, and will have food and music available til ???. The run will be held regardless of snow conditions and everyone is encouraged to attend whether by snowmobile, car, or any other type of vehicle! For more information please check out our website at www.gillettsnoriders.com Tuesday, February 14, 2012 Rock-A-Thon and Bake Sale - Oconto 10:00AM - The Oconto Hospital Auxiliary is having a Rock -A-Thon and Bake Sale at the Bond Community Center from 10-3. Members are going to solicit pledges beforehand and on the 14th they will rock in rocking chairs at BCC. There will also be a bake sale. Donations for either or both greatly appreciated. The money goes to the Hospital Foundation for the expansion. Sat/Sun, February 18, 19, 2012 ISR 2012 World Series of Ice Drag Races 8:00AM at Oconto Falls on Oconto River. Presented by Oconto Falls Sno-Jokers, Live Band and Fireworks Saturday Night.Snowmobile Trail Access. Contact: bfruechte@hotmail.com for times.
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While it has become more difficult to get paper forms and booklets for filing state and federal income taxes, they are still available, and the Wabeno Public Library has both state and federal forms for the short and itemized versions. While all forms and schedules are available for downloading on-line, patrons who do not have access to home computers are welcome to come in for these forms, and to file on-line. While the librarians cannot offer detailed assistance in completing or filing forms, we can assist in getting to the necessary websites, and we will download and print forms that are not listed here, when the reference desk assistant is available with time to do so. The library will offer assistance in downloading and printing other forms, at ten cents per page. The following Federal forms are available: forms and booklets for 1040, 1040 A, and 1040 EZ (e-file booklet only); Farmers’ Tax Guide, Profit or Loss from Farming, form F; Credit for the Elderly and Disabled, Form R; Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions; Itemized Deductions, Schedule A; Capital Gains and Losses,1040 D; Publication 590: Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRA). Wisconsin forms and schedules available include: Wisconsin 1 A, Wisconsin WI-Z; Wisconsin Homestead Credit H and H-EZ; Wisconsin Capital Gains and Losses WD. For further assistance in getting other forms and schedules, contact the Wabeno Public Library at 715-473-4131 during open hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: Noon to 4:30; Wed. Noon to 6; Saturday: 9 a.m. to Noon.

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AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month American Heart Month Bake for Family Fun Month Bird-Feeding Month, Natl Black History Month, Natl Boost Self-Esteem Month, Intl Cherry Month, Natl Children's Dental Health Month, Natl Condom Month, Natl Expect Success Month, Intl February Is Fabulous Florida Strawberry Month

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Library Lovers' Month Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month Mend a Broken Heart Month, Natl Parent Leadership Month, Natl Pet Dental Health Month, Natl Plant the Seeds of Greatness Month Relationship Wellness Month Return Shopping Carts to the Supermarket Month Spunky Old Broads Month Time Management Month, Natl Wise Health Care Consumer Month Worldwide Renaissance of the Heart Month Youth Leadership Month

Several Special Programs to be held at NARA: Highlight National Archives Records in Washington, DC. For details go to http://www.archives.gov/ **Lakewood Area Chamber of Commerce: See http://lakewoodareachamber.com/index.shtml (see Events above) **Forest County: http://www.forestcountywi.com/ **Langlade County: langladecounty.org/Tourism/CalendarOfEvents.aspx

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The January meeting of the Nicolet AARP Chapter 1191 was attended by 30 members who enjoyed a pot luck dinner and a presentation by Flip and Beth Hartman on how to stay fit and healthy with exercise that can be done at home at low cost. Flip and Beth Hartman are the owner operators of Tri Fitness located in Lakewood. Several members take advantage of fitness programs at their facility. The Hartman’s showed the group how to get fit with simple exercises which can be done by those with limited cost, time, or physical ability. The presentation was interesting, helpful and loaded with a good amount of levity. As members arrived at the meeting each one was given a pin which said “The Good AARP”. This is a reminder to the members to volunteer to help others and to do good deeds for others as suggested by the Good AARP Program which was recently launched. The Spring Valentines Party this year will be at Mulligans Sports & Grill in Lakewood on February 13th starting at 4:30 p.m. with dinner at 5:30 p.m. Members will order from the menu. Contact Joyce West at 715-2769409 to make reservations. Beth and Flip Hartman presenting how to stay fit and healthy with exercise at home

At the next meeting on February 28th at 1:30 p.m., the speaker will be Scott Anderson from the US Forestry Service. The topic is Bears which is a favorite of the local AARP group. All persons 50 and over are invited to join the local AARP Chapter. AARP meetings are social, entertaining, and informative. Contact Joyce West, Membership Chairman, at 715-276-9409.

If you are a ‘baby boomer’ you had Presidents’ Lincoln and Washington’s birthday off of school. Today, it is celebrated as a combined day remembering all of the U..S. Presidents from George Washington to our current President, Obama. However, some school districts over the years, have elected to not give the day off but spend a part of their students day teaching them about the Presidents. With this being yet another election year there may be more of a focus in some schools on who the students would elect. Do they go back into their history books to learn how preceding Presidents say from the 1800 or early 1900’s stood on their political believe’s. Or, would they hold mock elections to see who would have become President based on historical facts. To learn more about President Lincoln go to: http://www.presidentlincoln.org/ Also, visit the U.S. National Archives to learn more about Presidential history at; http://www.archives.gov Originally instated in 1880, this was the first federal holiday to honor an American citizen, George Washington, on his birthday. In 1971, the federal holiday was shifted to the third Monday in February, and in the mid-1980s advertisers pushed to coin “Presidents Day” publicly as opposed to “Washington’s Birthday” to celebrates all past and current Presidents.

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National Guard and Reserve Mobilized as of January 24, 2012
This week the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps announced a decrease in activated reservists while the Coast Guard announced an increase. The net collective result is 10,617 fewer reservists activated than last week. At any given time, services may activate some units and individuals while deactivating others, making it possible for these figures to either increase or decrease. The total number currently on active duty from the Army National Guard and Army Reserve is 53,178; Navy Reserve, 4,553; Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, 9,352; Marine Corps Reserve, 5,237, and the Coast Guard Reserve, 766. This brings the total National Guard and Reserve personnel who have been activated to 73,086, including both units and individual augmentees.

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Recently the McCaslin Lions Club donated $500 to Cub Pack 4048 to send 6 children and 4 adults to a summer camp. Boys attend the Pack from the towns of Townsend, Lakewood, Riverview, and Doty. Shown above is Cubmaster David Seeber (right) accepting a check from Lions President Gerry Flanery

Hello Wisconsin! I’ve always wanted to start this column with “That 70’s Show” iconic salutation, and it’s appropriate this month because of how far away from you I am at this moment. And that would be Daytona Beach, Florida … where the weather has been almost flawless since we arrived just over a week ago. Nope, not going to rub it in, since I’ve been keeping an eye on your weather since we arrived, as well as our own, back in Ohio. Frankly, if I could figure out a way to transplant myself here, right now … you get the picture, I’m sure. However, I have a very good reason for bringing up where I am. I’ll get to that in a moment. While you are salivating over what that reason might be, another topic may be on your mind. You may have noticed my absence here within these august pages the last couple of months. The very good reason for that is this: I’ve been very, very deeply involved in my new job. And we will get to that pretty quickly, too. Before we get started, here’s the agenda! I’m going to break all the journalistic rules here … political commentary? Yup. Blatant commercial pitch? You got it. Voting advice? Fer sure, Dr. Bob! Let’s get going, OK? Perhaps a little background would be helpful. Without belaboring it, I have worked part time only for the last several years, for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is the state of our national economy. Other big reasons include, but are not limited to, my wife’s health, my health and age, coupled with a real absence of jobs in the fields in which I chose to make a living over the last 40 years.

the top. Sneaking into the mix was this quote from another politico, Ronald Reagan: “I believe the best social program is a job.“ And that quote was cited by the founder of the non-profit organization by which I was trained, at no cost to me, to become certified as a customer service representative, specifically trained to be hired by at least a half dozen national companies actively seeking same. How about that, folks? Now, the meat and potatoes of why I am writing this month. I am up to my ears with all the political talk about unemployment, the economy, who is to blame, who can, who can’t do anything about it … in the midst of the worst do-nothing Congress in over half a century. The Presidential candidates are arguing about who is capable of being the best President, while the President is busy setting up his campaign to keep his job. These folks all have jobs, paid for by us, but they are all more worried about keeping their jobs or getting a new, more powerful job, than they are about doing the ones they already have. Ditto that for every Senator or Congressperson up for election this fall. And while there are hundreds of millions of dollars being spent on these political campaigns, not one cent of which does anything of real value for our ailing economy, there is a little non-profit organization call Virtual Training Systems (http://VTSystems.org) that does this: Virtual Training Systems is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization providing free job skills training and job placement assistance to individuals with disabilities and other economically disadvantaged Americans preparing them for a secure and independent future.

Thinking about your next garden? Ever considered raising chickens or other animals for your home freezer? Sell home-raised eggs? Hoping to be more self-reliant whether you farm or not? Want to leave your family a memoir of your experiences? Our newest additions at the library will help. For more information, call 715-473-4131. Country Skills: A Practical Guide to Self-Sufficiency Everlasting Meal: Cooking With Economy and Grace Foraging: Self –Sufficiency Herbs and Spices Homegrown and Handmade The Illustrated Guide to Chickens: How to Choose Them, How to Keep Them The Illustrated Guide to Pigs: How to Choose Them, How to Keep Them Natural Remedies: Self-Sufficiency Grow Your Own Fruits and Vegetables Housing Reclaimed: Sustainable Homes for Next to Nothing What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden Whole Beast Butchery: The Complete Visual Guide to Beef, Lamb, and Pork Writing A Memoir: Expert Guidance at Crafting Your Most Meaningful Story

Other new selections: Agatha Christie: An Autobiography The Artist of Disappearance: Anita Desai Hotel Vengeance: Danielle Steel Betty and Friends: My Life at the Zoo: Betty White Gabby: Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly Life Upon These Shores: Looking At African American History 1513-2008, Henry Louis Gates Sniper Elite: The World of Special Forces Marksmen: Rob Maylor Soft Target: Stephen Hunter New DVD’s: Change-Up Dolphin Tale Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Eclipse Green Lantern Thor Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows (Part 1) Friends With Benefits I am Number Four The Smurfs The Help Kung Fu Panda Sherlock Holmes A Charlie Brown Christmas: Re-Mastered Edition

In a nutshell, “Virtual Training Systems offers online customer service job training for at-home call center agents.” That is my blatant commercialism. Seriously, though, this organization is doing something positive, while a whole lot of politicos and pundits are spending our time and money telling us what they are GOING to do, once they are The above is important for one main reason: I am able to write to you elected. Think back to every politician you ever voted for, and try to from Daytona Beach, Florida, in the middle of Winter, substantially write down on a piece of paper the economic benefit you personally because of my new job. Now, this new job is nothing I thought I would derived from that person getting elected. be doing, ever, while climbing the so-called Corporate Ladder of Success. It does, however, utilize virtually every real skill I ever developed VTSystems trained me, provided a list of companies for me to apply to, in my entire business and social career. And I can be here, in no small and the rest was up to me. There are two people I know of working for part, due to the part time income generated by this new job. the same company I do from Wisconsin … and the company we work for has employees coast to coast. We are caregivers, disabled, veterans, What prompted me to answer our intrepid publisher’s request for veteran dependents, young, old and in-between … People who are typi‘words’ this month is twofold: First, the unemployment rate in our fine cally unable to work a traditional full time job. Check them out, and U.S. of A. is still around 10%. It is worse, I believe, in Wisconsin. tell someone you know who is in a similar position. There are counties in Ohio where it is still about 15%. And the steel girder that broke THIS camel’s back, was something I read just a few My political commentary you’ve already put up with. Voting advice? days ago on Face Book: Unemployment for returning veterans is at Vote for someone who is actually going to do something other than bad 30%. Seriously, folks … THIRTY PERCENT! ! ! For a segment of -mouth an opponent. That includes newbies, first time incumbents and our population, men and women, who have placed their lives on the the old pros that have been in office since you were a kid. Take out that line, stood on the wall, voluntarily, to protect us, and our freedom … list made earlier. If they aren’t doing you and yours any good, then get To suffer that indignity is just criminal. someone into office that will. Voting is always important, but maybe this year even more so. I know it is in Florida, where all the candidates Within a day or so of reading the Veteran unemployment statistics, I are this week … and even in Wisconsin. watched another of the seemingly endless Republican candidate debates, AND the President’s State of the Union Address. And what were Copyright 2012 Jeffrey Mahon the key topics? The economy and unemployment were right up there at

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“My Journey” By Bonnie Vrchota
Part of your good hygiene regime is good dental care. Poor dental care leads to tooth decay, gum disease, and gives you bad breath. Gum disease and tooth decay leads to ill health via infection. Tooth decay happens when an infectionlike disease causes the tooth to deteriorate and rot. Plaque sticks to your teeth and is the biggest source of gum disease and tooth decay. Eating healthy, flossing & brushing your teeth after meals and before bed helps prevent tooth decay. Avoiding sugary foods and drinks helps keep tooth decay at bay. Flossing reaches deeper into the crevices to remove tartar and keeps your teeth healthy and strong (and cheaper dental bills in the long run). If you don't floss, you let plaque build cavities to form in between your teeth. Flossing also makes your teeth have nice, finished edges. See your dentist at least once a year (twice is better) for a check-up. Get a good teeth cleaning to remove plaque, stains & food debris. Dental-Picture-Show.com explains the dental flossing technique pretty good.

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A Word or Two From Dr. Adam
Spinal Stenosis
What is stenosis? Spinal stenosis is created by the narrowing of the spinal canal. This narrowing may be caused by mechanical problems or by abnormalities in the aging spine. It may or may not result in low-back pain, limping, and a lack of feeling in the legs. Stenosis is often a degenerative condition. It may exist for years without causing pain or discomfort, but a fall or an accident can trigger characteristic stenotic pain. Numerous factors can cause stenosis, such as thickened ligaments, expanding infection, abscess, a congenital or developmental anomaly, degenerative changes, vertebral fractures or dislocations, or a spinal cord tumor. How is stenosis diagnosed? Spinal stenosis can be diagnosed based on the history of symptoms, a physical examination, and imaging tests. An electrodiagnostic study is more dependable for information on a stenotic spine. To diagnose stenosis caused by an abscess or an infection, blood work analyzed by a laboratory may be required, while vertebral tumors and spinal tumors require finely tuned imaging. How is stenosis treated? There are three basic treatment approaches to spinal stenosis: the conservative medical approach, which frequently involves bed rest, analgesics, local heat, and muscle relaxants; the conservative chiropractic approach, which includes manipulation, exercise and selfcare techniques; and surgery. The source of the stenosis often dictates the treatment. Ultimately, stenosis is a chronic condition that cannot be “cured,” but it often can be improved, and improvement can be maintained over the long term. Patients can work with a health care provider to reduce symptoms and improve their quality of life. Signs and Symptoms of Stenosis

• Pseudoclaudication—pain triggered by walking or prolonged standing, which is usually improved by sitting in a forward leaning flexed position • Numbness, tingling, and hot or cold feelings in the legs • Muscle weakness and spasms

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New at the Lakes Country Public Library
Thinking About Getting an E-Reader? The Lakes Country Public Library, Lakewood WI, will be hosting a program on Thursday, February 9th at 10 a.m., to provide e -reader information. This program will give basic information regarding what you need to know before you purchase your ereader. While the library offers a selection of e-books, some ereaders are more user-friendly when working within the library system. Join us on February 9th, bring your questions, learn what to look for, and how to get started with an e-reader. Beat the Winter Blahs at the Library!!! Adults-- Play Book Bingo during February, March and April and earn a prize. More information is available at the library. Book Discussion Group The book club meets the first Thursday of the month at 11:00 at the library. The group is always looking for new members. February 2- "Virgin Blue" by Tracy Chevalier March 1- "Major Pettigrew's Last Stand" by Helen Simonson April 5- "Bloodroot" by Amy Greene New Books Kill Switch - Neal Baer Triple Shot - Sandra Balzo The Rope - Nevada Barr Shock of War - Larry Bond Power Play - Ben Bova Shadows in Flight - Orson Card Locked On - Tom Clancy The Look of Love - Mary Jane Clark Death Benefit - Robin Cook Death of Kings - Bernard Cornwell Red Mist - Patricia Cornwell Slash and Burn - Colin Cotterill Taken - Robert Crais The Maid - Kimberly Cutter Gone West - Carola Dunn Love in a Nutshell - Janet Evanovich The Broken Land - Kathleen Gear Believing the Lie - Elizabeth George Hard Target - Howard Gordon Covert Warriors - W.E.B. Griffin Need You Now - James Grippando The Anatomist's Apprentice - Tessa Harris Sisterhood of Dune - Brian Herbert Down the Darkest Road - Tami Hoag A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty - Joshilyn Jackson White Truffles in Winter - N.M. Kelby Gun Games - Faye Kellerman Copper Beach - Jayne Krentz Defending Jacob - William Landay The Hunter - John Lescroart The Last Ride of Jed Strange - Frank Leslie Dead Low Tide - Bret Lott Jack Kennedy - Christopher Matthews The Butterfly Cabinet - Bernie McGill Deadline - Fern Michaels The Leopard - Jo Nesbo Breakdown - Sara Paretsky The Jaguar - T. Jefferson Parker Private Games - James Patterson What it Was - George Pelecanos Gideon's Corpse - Douglas Preston Tuesday Night Miracles - Kris Radish Best Friends, Occasional Enemies - Lisa Scottoline The Innocent - Taylor Stevens The Confession - Charles Todd D.C. Dead - Stuart Woods The Pine Needle Quilters met Jan. 16th with 23 members present. Members met on Jan. 7th to make Community Quilts, and again on Jan. 9th. About 14 quilts were finished, thanks to all. The first copy of the mystery quilt was handed out. Committee members met before meeting to organize the Oct. 5th quilt show. They are asking for donations of a variety of themes for the basket raffle, and also other donations for raffles. There will be a retreat at Waupee on March 8-9-10-11, a cost of $20 per night. So far 13 members have signed up. You must provide your own sheets, pillow and etc. Meal assignments will be made out. National quilting day is March 17th. Three members volunteered to take a baby quilt to various hospitals. The baby born nearest to that date, will be given a quilt. Was suggested that some members give a demo on quilting at locations such as a library, nursing homes, or hospitals. Laurie Schoenebeck gave a very interesting demo on "The Ten Minute" block. Deb Budd also contributed some samples, that inspired all of us. They had books by Suzanne McNeil that showed the blocks with different variations. The Pine Needle Quilters meet the third Monday of the month at 7P.M., and the first Monday for sewing at Breed Town Hall and Community Center. Come and join us and see if you would like to become a member.

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Mudslingers' Pub and Grill at the intersection of Hwy's 8 and 139 in Cavour has their patrons "slinging bucks" to raise money for the Forest County Humane Society. This strange activity has folks tossing dollar bills at the ceiling until they stick! Owners Karen and Jay De Jarden say that for their newly opened establishment, they wanted to do a little something different from the traditional "good luck" signing of dollar bills tacked on the wall. Stop in, meet the owners, have a bite to eat, see this strange new craze and "sling a buck" for our Shelter! From now until Mudslinger’s Pub and Grills Grand Opening to be held in June, customers will be ‘slinging buck’s’. To have a little fun and to help raise needed funding for the Forest County Humane Society, stop in Mudslinger’s to see how many dollars you can help stick to the ceiling.

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Our Friends at Church
St. John Lutheran Church, Townsend Services are held: Service times Sat. 5:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m.. The Christian Food Pantry is always in need of food and/or cash donations. Right now we are short on canned meats like stew or lunch meat, canned spaghetti, varieties of soups, canned fruit like fruit cocktail and pineapple, peas, carrots, potato flakes, pasta noodles, macaroni, and rice. Please bring these offerings and place them in the shopping cart in the church entryway. Thank you. First Presbyterian Church, Lakewood, Wabeno & Laona Forest Larger Parish office-715-473-3603 St. Mary’s of the Lake Catholic Church Students who wish to participate in the Youth Group, call for details. 276-7364. Upper Room Family Church, Service Time: 6:00PM Sunday, 715-276-3255; Pastor: Wm. Shane Wheeler Temporarily meeting at the Lakewood Presbyterian Church Hwy 32 in Lakewood; Children’s Sunday School and Adult Bible Studies

Saturday Masses-Silver Cliff 5:30 p.m.; Lakewood 4 p.m. Sunday Masses-Lakewood 9:00; Crooked Lake 7:30 a.m. Weekday Masses-Tuesday thru Friday Lakewood 8:30 a.m. Parish Picnic August 2012 Rev. Jason Blahnik, Pastor

Laona---Sun.56:00 p.m. Lakewood ---Sunday 8:00 a.m. Wabeno---Sunday 10:00 a.m. Church School During Service Lakewood & Wabeno & Laona Parish Office-4347 N. Branch St., Wabeno 715-473-3603 Lakewood 1552 Hwy 32 Pastors Dennis & Wendy Mannering

Service Times

St. Ambrose Catholic Church-Wabeno Saturday—4 p.m. Sunday—10:30 a.m. St. Mary’s of the Lake 15232 Cty. Rd F Lakewood, WI 54138

Mrs. Jakubiec's 5th graders really Stepped It UP! They have been working on being polite to one another. They won the traveling trophy for stepping it up! Way to go.

Tyler Kugel and Tanner Kortbein were the January winners of the Lakewood Super Valu “I got caught going green” t-shirts. The students where caught doing a "green" deed at school.

Stephen Mueller, Pastor

Scott P. Wycherley, D.C.E.

Service Times Saturday 5:30; Sunday 9 am
Bible Classes: Wed. Breakfast 7am, Thur. 10 am, Men's Class Thur. 7 pm Call for details: 715-276-7214 Mr. Chrisman's 3rd graders really Stepped It UP! They have been working on their expectations in the hall. They won the traveling trophy for stepping it up last week, January 9th, 2012. Way to go!

Website: www.stjohn-townsend.org

Mrs. Chrisman's Kindergartener's really Stepped It UP at Wabeno Elementary! They have been working on using good hallway manners. They won the traveling trophy for stepping it up last week, January 16th, 2012. Way to go!

The Wabeno Elementary Students have been stepping it up this year. Mrs. Romprey's 1st grade students won the traveling trophy for working on controlling their tattle tongues this past week. Keep up the good work 1st Grade!!

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