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. 8th
David Bierend, Daniel Boland, Molly Ephraim, Katie Featherston, Seth Ginsberg, Sprague Grayden, Micah Sloat Just as Dan and Kristi welcome a newborn baby into their home, a demonic presence begins terrorizing them, tearing apart their perfect world and turning it into an inescapable nightmare. Security cameras capture the torment, making every minute horrifyingly real. Rated R for some language and brief violent material. 91 Minutes
Will Ferrell, Brad Pitt, Tina Fey, Jonah Hill, David Cross, Justin Theroux, Ben “Megamind” is the most brilliant supervillain the world has ever known. And the least successful. Over the years, he has tried to conquer Metro City in every imaginable way. Each attempt, a colossal failure thanks to the caped superhero known as “Metro Man,” an invincible hero until the day Megamind actually kills him in the throes of one of his botched evil plans. Rated PG for action and some language

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"Holistic Organization Offers Alternative Practices to Western Methods"

U.S. Navy & Coast Guard Medics Assist in Haiti Earthquake Disaster

Mc Caslin Lioness Faire President Barack Obama “Operation Iraqi Freedom is over””

‘47 million Americans who are uninsured’

Christmas Heart Tree Serves Community

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From the Editor-news and notes
Take out the old and bring in the new. 2010 is over and we are already into 2011. With that said, our cover page is a look back in photo’s at where you were in 2010 that we used to bring you the news. Some are important issue’s from the local area others are from across the world. From local events to national disasters, the end of a war in Iraq to the battles of words on healthcare. Let’s pray 2011 will be a much better year for each and every one of us. Our 7th Annual Valentine’s Day Drawing is just around the corner. For details see page 3 for the complete listing of participating businesses. UPCOMING EVENTS; There are several fisheree’s that are being planned and many that will be announced in coming months. Snowball baseball to sking and more. Check page 19 for the listing of events in Oconto and Langlade Counties. The weather– ah the weather. Get your shovels out, salt/sand for your walkways and driveways, warm coats, hats and gloves. Oh, and your boots too. Think positive… SUNSHINE and warmer temperatures… in a 3 or 4 months wait. January/February Birthday Wishes to all of our friends and neighbors. I would get into trouble if I didn’t mention that my grandson will turn 5 yrs old on the 20th. And, the young lady who was born on the same day, 6 hrs later but 300 miles away. They share their birthdays, playdates, and excursions throughout the year with their moms. And to my youngest brother who lives on the ‘left’ coast in San Diego. Happy Birthday kiddo ! Hope to see you sooner than later. Gas prices have gone up over 25 cents since December from $2.88 to over the $3.15 mark in some place’s and a penny or two in others. To find out where the best price for gas is locally and regionally, go to www.Gasbuddy.com Go to our website, www.thetimbernews.com 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. OCONTO COUNTY For details see: http://www.ocontocounty.org/ Sat, Jan 29, 2011 -12th Annual Cauldron Falls Flowage Radar Rune/Fish-O-Ree 8:00AM -4:00 P.M. Bigger than Ever! Event will be held off of Boat Landing 9. 800’ track. Heated tent with food, beverages, raffles and music on ice. Runs open to snowmobiles, cycles, ATVs; stock - modified - open/vintage. Prizes and music at Thornton’s Resort after the event. Proceeds of all raffles go to the Town of Stephenson Volunteer Fire Dept. Sign up for Fishoree at Thornton’s Resort. 100% payout for Fishoree. $100 cash prize for top speed. Contact Thornton’s at (715) 757-3311. Jan. 29-30- LAKEWOOD-Snow Fun Weekend sponsored by the Paul Bunyan Snowmobile Club – Snow baseball tournament with local rivals, held at the Lakewood Town Hall from 10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. Food, fun & raffles. Sunday 1:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. snow baseball & bowling. Large raffle drawing at 5:00 p.m. at the Firelite Lounge. Contact Pam Butler at (715) 276-3055. Jan 30-First Annual Sled Fest 11:00AM The Chase Sno-Chasers and Krakow High Noon Riders are working together to host the First Annual Sled Fest. The fund raising event will be held in North Chase, on January 29th, 2011. http://www.sledfestwi.com/ Feb 5, 2011-Antigo Bike & Ski Club Fun Day Take a day trip to Kettlebowl Hill on Saturday, February 5th. Meet at the Chalet at 12:00 noon. Options to ski downhill or cross county. Snowshoeing is allowed on the side of the cross country trail that is not tracked or you may make your own trail. Refreshments are available. Feb 12, 2011 35th Annual White Lake Fishing Derby - Sponsored by the White Lake Volunteer Fire Department-Starting at 7 am to 4pm on White Lake. Prizes awarded for smallest and largest fish, door prizes and 50/50 drawing. Pickerel Fun-Day & Schuh's Winter Plunge Jump-In - Join in on a day of fun our on the ice! See the big winter plunge"Jump In" into Pickerel Lake at 1:00pm! Perason-Pickerel Lion's Club Pancake Breakfast from 8am-11am at Hills Still. Food and Beverage tent out on the ice. Pearson-Pickerel Lion's Club Snowmobile Raffle at 3:00pm. Schuh's is located on Pickerel Lake Road in Pickerel. Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort Feast of Vali "A Northwoods Winter Festival" Play all day in the great outdoors at Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort, located on Hwy 55 in White Lake. The activites include snowshoe treasure hunt, "The Winter Challenge", a team event with a snowshoe race, a freestyle and classic sprint, and a back country ski tour. A traditional feast will follow in the pub. Feb 14, 2011- Langlade County Open Skate -An open skate will be held from 12pm to 2 pm at the Multi-Purpose Building located at the Langlade County Fairgrounds. Donate a canned good and skate for free. Feb 18, 2011-Antigo Bike & Ski Club Moonlight Ski and Snowshoe The Moonlight Ski and snowshoe will be held Friday,February 18, 2011 at 7:00 PM at Moccasin Lake Ski Trail in Elcho. Feb 19-20 -Langlade County Trailblazers Challenge Come out and enjoy two days of dog sled racing. The races start and end behind Culvers of Antigo and cover up to 10 miles of trails. 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- http://www.langladecounty.org/Tourism/CalendarOfEvents.aspx Send Press Release’s to: **Vilas County– For more events and details go to Vilas County website The Timber News, P O Box 207 http://www.vilas.org. * Lakewood, WI 54138 Brown County GREEN BAY— Phone: 715-276-6087 E’mail: knkids@aol.com http://www.packercountry.com/calendar/index.asp?m=8 **Chicago, IL- http://www.themagnificentmile.com and http://www.cityofchicago.org No material in this publication may be reproduced in -Seasonal Event Hotline: (312) 409-5560 whole or in part without the consent of KFB Enterprises.
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By Kathleen Marsh The first UNAC (Up North Authors Circle) meeting of 2011 was held at the Lakewood Library on January 12. Kathleen Marsh began by reading a very well received excerpt from Oconto author George Wamser’s “The Mystery.” Evelyn Gaede then reported on a “once-in-a-lifetime offer” she had received from a self-publishing firm. The company proposed that, for thousands of dollars in fees, a Hollywood “treatment” would turn her first novel, Chelsea’s Doom, into a screen play that “Hollywood directors were very interested in.” Evelyn wisely looked more carefully into the proposal and saw it for what it was: a shameless solicitation routinely sent to every writer who had ever used the company to publish his/her work. Once that bit of unpleasantness had been settled, several writers shared new and old work. Jacqulyn Jahnke, who travels from Green Bay to attend meetings, had just come from an interview in Gladstone, Michigan, where she was getting information for her book The Purple Wedding Dress. Jacqulyn shared a rewrite of a chapter from the book which she has been working on for several years. It was obvious that she had really “done it” this time, and Jacqulyn is now headed into the final stages of editing. “A summer publication is a real possibility now,” she said with a huge smile. The rest of the meeting had a new twist: it was entirely devoted to poetry. Clare Huisman shared a rousing “Packer Fight Song” that she had written in honor of Green Bay’s 2011 appearance in the playoffs. She got everyone singing, and it was suggested that her song would make a perfect YouTube video. Next, Zach Mason read three poems he was thinking of submitting to the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poetry Muse Contest. Group members helped him choose a poem he calls “Paddy-Whacked,” hilarious, satirical rhymed verse. Newcomer Nancy Jo Garner then also read several poems, including “The Trucker Way” and “Near Island Song.” All of her poems are filled with amazing imagery that delighted UNAC members. The meeting ended with Shari Posselt reading a sad and wistful poem, “My Horse Ebony.” Everyone agreed that Shari has a way of packing her work with colorful language that really communicates her passion for written expression.

If you have an event that you would like listed in the local and state events to attend, please send it to The Timber News at P O Box 207, Lakewood, WI 54138; Phone: 715-276-6087; by email to knkids@aol.com or knkids@centurytel.net, or take it to Timberline Restaurant, or Lakewood Super Valu.

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McCaslin Lions Give To The Christian Food Pantry
The Christian Food Pantry’s Scott Wycherley (left) accepts a $2000 check from McCaslin Lions Club President Andy School. With the holidays approaching the Food Pantry’s needs are great. Cash is needed to buy non-perishable goods in short supply and also store vouchers for perishable goods such as fresh meat, milk and produce. The Food Pantry is supported by local people, Christian churches, civic organizations and businesses in the area and serves 90 to 100 families or approximately 300 individuals living from Wabeno to Suring. The Food Pantry has no overhead expenses since it is housed at St. John Lutheran Church in Townsend and is staffed with volunteers. Monetary and non -perisible items will be accepted at the church hall.

McCaslin Lioness Donate to Wabeno Head Start

Jean Mertens, Site Manager, Teacher, and Family Service Advocate of the Wabeno Head Start accepts a donation for the purchase of sleds and shovels from Mc Caslin Lioness board member Kerry Bailey. Mertens said, “Thank you very much for the kind and generous donation for the sleds and shovels. We appreciate it very much.”

McCaslin Lioness Donate to Mountain Fire Dept.
The McCaslin Lioness Club presented the annual donation to the Mountain Fire Dept. Mary Ellen Greiten, Lioness President, presented the check to Don Wirth, Mountain Fire Dept. Chief.

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Yoga, Pilates & Samba Cardio
By Boni Verchota Today, I had my last visit with the doctor, to get the results from my last blood draw. I was excited to see what foods I’m still allergic to and which foods I can reintroduce back into my diet. I learned I can blame genetics for my allergies to Nightshade foods (potatoes, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, pimentos, paprika, cayenne, and Tabasco sauce), Citrus (orange, lemon and limes) and Legumes (black-eyed peas, lentils, navy, black, garbanzo, kidney & pinto beans. My body fights them like a foreign material, but my white blood cells weaken from defeat. If I want my white blood cells to remain strong enough to defend my body from future disease, I must continue to rotate my foods, and avoid those that I’m “sensitive” to. I can add a few foods back into my diet (chicken eggs are still out). In conclusion, I lost a few pounds, gained lean muscle mass from more intense workouts, dropped almost 1% body fat to 20.4% and my blood sugar is 80 (perfect). I’ve learned a lot, feel better, understand the whys and what-if’s and will continue to prepare my meals from the suggested food menus I was given back in May. I’m pleased with the results and will continue to eat properly and workout daily (weight-bearing and cardio). I wish you all a prosperous and Happy New Year. Happy Health to you all…..Boni

McCaslin Lioness Donate to Townsend Fire Department
The McCaslin Lioness Club’s President, Mary Ellen Greiten, presented Townsend Fire Chief Rick Opiela with the Club’s annual donation to the Fire Department.

Blackwell Job Corps Center Casts Job Corps’ Shadow on Annual Groundhog Job Shadow Day
Laona, WI – January 18, 2011- As the groundhog gets ready to look for his shadow, Blackwell JCCCC will join thousands

of employers and students around the country who are taking part in Groundhog Job Shadow Day on Wednesday, February 2, 2011. Since 1996, this initiative to engage students in the world of work has paired student “shadows” with “workplace mentors” to introduce students to the workplace and demonstrate the connection between academics and careers. The goal of Groundhog Job Shadow Day is to match more than one million young people with workplace mentors. On behalf of Job Corps, Blackwell JCCCC will join national event sponsors and students, businesses, and community members in the Laona, WI area during the weeks leading to Wednesday, February 2, in providing valuable workplace experience to students. “Groundhog Job Shadow Day provides a unique opportunity to make the world of work come alive for our young people--and that’s what Job Corps is all about. Each year, Job Corps teaches approximately 63,000 students the skills they need to become employable. Job Corps understands the importance of making the connection between center classrooms and employer workplaces, and Groundhog Job Shadow Day offers our students another opportunity to do just that.” For information about Groundhog Job Shadow Day, please go to www.jobshadow.org.
Blackwell JCCCC has already partnered with businesses and organizations in the community for events during January up through February 6th, 2011. If you business or organization would like to be part of this event, please contact Dax Allcorn, Business Community Liaison at 715-674-7675. Thank you The Blackwell Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center is associated with the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The Blackwell Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center serves 205 students. The USDA Forest Service operates 28 Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers across 18 states with a capacity of 6,200 students. For more information, visit: http://www.jobcorps.gov/ The mission of the USDA Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. The Agency manages 193 million acres of public land, provides assistance to State and private landowners, and maintains the largest forestry research organization in the world. The Blackwell Job Corps Center is located in Laona, WI. For more information on the Center, please call (715)674-2311 or visit the website at http://blackwell.jobcorps.gov

Rick Opiela, of the Lakewood Townsend Ambulance Service, receives the annual McCaslin Lioness Club donation from President, Mary Ellen Greiten.

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A Word or Two From Dr. Adam
Tips to Maintain Good Posture
Why is good posture important?

• Helps us keep bones and joints in correct alignment so that our muscles are used correctly, decreasing the abnormal wearing of joint surfaces that could result in degenerative arthritis and joint pain. • Reduces the stress on the ligaments holding the spinal joints together, minimizing the likelihood of injury. • Allows muscles to work more efficiently, allowing the body to use less energy and, therefore, preventing muscle fatigue. • Helps prevent muscle strain, overuse disorders, and even back and muscular pain. How do I sit properly? • Keep your feet on the floor or on a footrest, if they don't reach the floor. • Don't cross your legs. Your ankles should be in front of your knees. • Keep a small gap between the back of your knees and the front of your seat. • Your knees should be at or below the level of your hips. • Adjust the backrest of your chair to support your lowand mid-back or use a back support. • Relax your shoulders and keep your forearms parallel to the ground. • Avoid sitting in the same position for long periods of time. How do I stand properly? • Bear your weight primarily on the balls of your feet. • Keep your knees slightly bent. • Keep your feet about shoulder-width apart. • Let your arms hang naturally down the sides of the body. • Stand straight and tall with your shoulders pulled backward. • Tuck your stomach in. • Keep your head level-your earlobes should be in line with your shoulders. Do not push your head forward, backward, or to the side.

National Guard and Reserve Mobilized as of Jan. 11, 2010
This week the Navy and Marine Corps announced a decrease in activated reservists, while the Army, Air Force, and Coast Guard announced an increase. The net collective result is 491 more 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 71,544; Navy Reserve, 5,678; Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, 8,831; Marine Corps Reserve, 5,017, and the Coast Guard Reserve, 770. This brings the total National Guard and Reserve personnel who have been activated to 91,840, including both units and individual augmentees.

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New at the Lakes Country Public Library
Wii GAMES AT THE LIBRARY Special thanks to the “Pirates of the Northwoods Parrot Head Club” for their generous donation. This has allowed the library to add Wii games to the collection. These are EXTEMELY popular and probably won’t be sitting on the shelves for awhile. If you don’t know how to place holds, please ask library staff for help. Wii TITLES ADDED Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Family Feud Decades Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest

Family Game Night The Amazing Race New Carnival Games ….Plus more

Just Dance Kids Toy Story 3 New Super Mario Harry Potter

E-Reader Q&A Sessions at Lakes Country Public Library Did you get an e-reader for Christmas and need to learn how to add books to the device? The Lakes Country Public Library is here to help you. We will be hosting several information sessions to answer your e-reader questions. Our library system has many e-books that may be checked out and loaded onto your device. Stop in any time on Tuesdays, January 11 & 18 from 1-4 p.m. or Thursdays, January 13 & 20 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. The library staff is looking forward to answering your questions. STORY TIME Children ages three and up are invited to join us Tuesdays at 10 a.m. for a half hour of stories, poems, songs and crafts. During the month of September, we will be exploring and reading about various occupations. For more information contact the library at 715276-9020. NEW BOOKS Negative Image - Vicki Delany Buttons and Bones - Monica Ferris The Burying Place - Brian Freeman The Life You Want - Bob Greene Dead Zero - Stephen Hunter Wolves of Andover - Kathleen Kent The Identity Man - Andrew Klavan Naked Cruelty - Colleen McCullough The Distant Hours - Kate Morton Silent Scream - Karen Rose Don't Sing at the Table - Adriana Trigiani

The Waxman Murders - P.C. Doherty The Bone House - Brian Freeman Songs of Love and Death The Cruel Ever After - Ellen Hart Licence to Dream - Anna Jacobs Christmas with Tucker - Greg Kincaid What the Night Knows - Dean Koontz Shadowfever - Karen Moning Threats at Three - Ann Purser The Nomination - William Tapply Guiness World Records

BOOK CLUB The group meets on the first Thursday of the month at 11:00 at the library.

February 3- "One Thousand White Women" by Jim Fergus

Hours:
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Wednesday and Friday Saturday

Sunday

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed

P O Box 220 Lakewood, WI 54138 Ph: 715-276-9020 Fax: 715-276-7151

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The AARP Christmas Party was held on December 14th at Waubee Lodge. AARP members enjoyed the companionship of friends over an excellent meal of chicken and beef tips. Entertainment was provided by Vern Nussbaum, the Boogie Man, who has become a favorite with the group. A sing along to Christmas carols and dancing enlivened the party. Emi Litke surprised the group with a couple Christmas carols which she sang in German. Members brought donations to the Christian Food Pantry. Several new board members were elected this year and were sworn in at this event. The picture provided with this article shows the new board members along with several members who were recognized for their contributions to the AARP Chapter during the year. The next monthly meeting will be held on January 24, 2011. Meetings are regularly held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Lakewood Presbyterian Church at 1:30 p.m. (winter hours). 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 715-2769409.

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Oconto County Genealogical Society
The next meeting of the OCGS will be at the Village Hall meeting room in Suring, Wisconsin at 7 pm February 21,2011. Please use the back entry. Thanks to everyone who made it to our meeting in the winter weather. There was a terrific turnout and a special guest, plus a terrific program. New officers were also elected for 2011. They are: President – Kitty Werner; Vice President - Jay Merline; Secretary – Sharie Merline; Treasurer – Patty Swenty; Publicity – Maxine Nichols; Membership/Webmaster – Jake Jacobs; Newsletter – Connie Jacobs Many thanks go to all who served in years past. Jake Jacobs had a great program on starting your family tree. Whether those in attendance were beginners or have been tracing their ancestors for a while, this session got everyone fired up--Great information for all. The special guest was Loraine Konkel of Stiles who brought 2 family books that her daughter put together about Loraine and her husband’s family tree. Thank you for coming Loraine, everyone will be looking forward to having you come to more of our meetings. OCGS are looking forward to another great crowd in February – and that you will be able to come too. Everyone would like to hear about your genealogy experiences. Or maybe someone at the meeting can be of help to you.

A Kindergarten Class Gives a Gift of Hope by; Jacki Champine,
A student of Mrs. Champine’s Kindergarten class at Wabeno Elementary has been unable to attend school due to his in and out of hospitals and doctors’ visits. Logan Wamego was diagnosed early this past August with Osteosarcoma (a form of Bone Cancer) and has been bravely battling this heartbreaking disease with strength and courage. Although Logan has been unable to attend school he continues to have positive hopes of one day soon returning and having fun with his Kindergarten friends. It was with this positive spirit that Mrs. Champine decided to assemble a “Quilt of Hope” for Logan with messages of cures for cancer. Students at Wabeno Elementary purchased a signature space and all of the proceeds donated went to help the family on their trips in and out of the hospital for Logan’s chemotherapy treatments. With the unbelievable support from students and staff, Logan was given a check for $800. “You have truly lifted one little boy’s hopes and should be commended on your generosity” states Linda Roberts (Logan’s Grandmother). Logan and his family continue to fight for what will be one of the toughest battles they may ever face. It is our hope that this little “Quilt of Hope” serves as a reminder of the friendship and bond Logan has at Wabeno

Elementary. A special thanks goes to Patti Carter for donating her time in assembling this quilt for Mrs. Champine’s class. “You did a wonderful job and we cannot say thanks enough” states Mrs. Champine and her Kindergarten class!

Obituary
Bessie F. Gardebrecht, 77, Suring, died at Woodlands in Suring on Friday, January 7, 2011 following a courageous one and a half year battle with cancer. She was born in Wabeno on October 26, 1933 to the late Phillip "Ole" Johnvin and Elsie Sandberg. Bessie Johnvin married Roger Gardebrecht June 2, 1951 at Tabor Lutheran Church in Mountain. Her favorite pastimes included knitting, collecting coins, and crocheting. She especially enjoyed her bookkeeping jobs and spending time with her grandchildren. She is a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Hayes. Bessie is survived by her two daughters, Anita Gardebrecht of Wrightstown, Nancy (Roman) Sperberg of Mountain; three sons, Raymond (Nancy) Gardebrecht of Lakewood, Allan (Mary) Garbebrecht of Lakewood, Delbert (Victoria) Gardebrecht of Suring; two sisters, Audrey (Joe) Fonferek of Suring, Jean (Clifford) Marshall of Lakewood; eleven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; her special friends and neighbors, Wally and Genny Buhrandt of Suring. Bessie was preceded in death by her husband Roger in 1999. Visitation with the urn present will be held at St. John Lutheran Church in Hayes on Saturday, January, 15, 2011 from 10 AM until the memorial service at 12 PM with Pastor Shane Cota officiating. Gruetzmacher Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Special thank you to Woodland Village Nursing Home and its staff, also to Heartland Hospice and its staff for their excellent care given to Bessie.

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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

St. Mary’s of the Lake
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. Rev. David Schmidt, Pastor Rev. Matthew Settle, Assoc. Pastor

Forest Larger Parish First Presbyterian Church
Service Times
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

St. Ambrose Catholic Church-Wabeno Saturday—4 p.m. Sunday—10:30 a.m. St. Mary’s of the Lake

St. John Lutheran Church

Breakfast Bible Class Weds. 7 a.m. Summer Youth Program-Call for Details Hwy 32—Townsend, WI 276-7214
For out of local calling area only, call toll free 1-866-390-0543 Scott P. Wycherley, D.C.E.

Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church E.L.C.A.
Sunday Worship Service-8:45 a.m.
Sunday School—9:30 a.m.

Holy Communion First and Third Sundays
11005 Hwy M Suring, WI 54174 (Three miles east of Suring)

920-842-2039

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