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    VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW and THE THREE LAKES NEWS

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    VACATION WEEKPage 2 Wed., June 22, 2011

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    tExpo 2001 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

    Featuring the finest and classiest live show in the Midwestincluding covergirls and centerfolds from major mens magazines.

    LIVE, EXOTIC NUDEENTERTAINMENT

    LIVE, EXOTIC NUDEENTERTAINMENT

    ContinuousShowsNightlyOpenTues. thruSat.7p.m. tillClosing

    and FULL BARand FULL BAROn Hwy. 45, 5 miles south of Eagle River,4 miles north of Three Lakes in Clearwater Lake

    ST. GERMAINHEALTH CARE PHARMACY

    715-479-7608252 Hwy. 70, St.Germain

    WALL STREETHEALTH CARE PHARMACY

    715-479-4282123 E.Wall St., Eagle River

    LAND O LAKESHEALTH CARE PHARMACY

    715-547-37884348 Hwy. B, Land O Lakes

    Your Northwoods Corner DrugstoresLOCALLY OWNED AND MANAGED

    Specialists In All Your Health-Care Needs

    State-of-the-Art Technology Fast, Personal Service Most Insurance Accepted

    Cards Gifts Health & Beauty Aids

    3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

    Where We Build On Your Ideaswww.cornerstonecustombuilders.com

    Models open Mon.-Sat.

    Licensed in Wisconsin & Michigan

    EAGLE RIVER MODELSIntersection ofHwys. 45, 17, 70 & 32

    (715) 479-0001

    MINOCQUA MODELS3 miles south of the bridgeon Hwy. 51

    (715) 356-0001

    RHINELANDER MODELSCorner of Hwys. 47 & K(715) 362-7888

    PINK COYOTEINDIAN ART

    FINE JEWELRY TURQUOISE

    STERLING SILVER JEWELRY NATIVE AMERICAN ARTWORK

    RUGS POTTERY KACHINAS

    715-479-9831www.pinkcoyote.us

    212 Wall St., adjacent to Vilas Cinema, downtown Eagle River

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    Cashew Brittle Peanut Brittle Hand-dipped Fudge Balls

    Tremblays Sweet Shop, Inc.

    *Mailorders

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    Downtown Eagle River715-479-8488 1-888-386-3302

    OPEN DAILY 9 A.M.TO 9 P.M.

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    Fine, Fashion, Sterling Silver and In-House Made JewelryJewelry & Watch Repair and Pawn!

    Downtown Eagle River, Wis. (715) 479-4520

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    Michael Stephan31 years experienceas a certified watchmaker& in jewelry repair & design

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    Vast selectionof traditional andmelody in motion

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    Vast selectionof traditional andmelody in motion

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    Where you willfind a gift for

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    Where you willfind a gift for

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    Its More Than a Jewelry Store

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    Northernaire condominium owners buy into common amenities, including an indoorpool, fitness center, both indoor and outdoor hot tubs, a massive lounge area, walk-

    ing trails, fire pits, a spa and 1,800 feet of frontage on Deer Lake with docking space.

    For a relaxed vacationdestination with thatrustic appeal, look no fur-ther then Northernairesluxurious condominiumsof Three Lakes.

    At the gateway of theNorth Woods,more specif-ically the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest,Northernaire showcasesall that nature has tooffer in the Nicolet; scenicbicycling, hiking, camp-ing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and world-class snowmobiling are afew of the activities toenjoy.

    Just a short drive intoThree Lakes and you willfind an old-fashioned yetinviting town full of shop-ping, dining and arts.Many nearby towns, in-

    cluding Eagle River andMinocqua, offer extensiveshopping and dining op-portunities. Nearly ev-erything youll want orneed can easily be foundin the Three Lakes area.

    Northernaires great-est feature is the worldslargest freshwater chain

    of lakes at your finger-tips. The Chain consistsof 28 lakes, 20 of whichare easily accessible fromthe docks on Deer Lakeand have a surface areaof 7,626 acres, with 106miles of shoreline. Theselakes are home to 16 va-rieties of fish. Some lakesare secluded in the Nico-let National Forest, andall vary in size. They offereverything from watersports to canoeing to fish-ing.

    Northernaire offers allthe luxuries of the NorthWoods at an unbelievableprice. It was purchasedby Mitch Viegut and hispartners from M&I Bankafter a foreclosure.

    Viegut said the pur-chase price is allowing

    them to heavily discountthe deluxe condominiumunits, which were con-structed with maplehardwood floors, solidhard wood doors andtrim, granite countertops,gas fireplaces and out-door patios.

    We are offering the

    standard units that wereonce priced at $400,000for $179,000, and largerunits that were $525,000are now selling for$199,000, said Viegut.And this for fully fur-nished units that includeeverything, includingstainless-steel appli-ances, furniture, bedroomsets and all the extras.

    Some of the units in-clude tubs with ceramicsurrounds, jetted tubs,lofts, arched doorwaysand various interiorpackages.

    Additionally, Viegutsaid the maintenancefees to the condominiumassociation are going tobe locked for two years at$215 a month.

    Condominium owners

    buy into joint ownershipof common amenitiesthat include an indoorpool, fitness center, bothindoor and outdoor hottubs, a massive loungearea, walking trails, firepits, a spa and 1,800 feetof frontage on Deer Lakewith docking space.

    The development isserved by its own on-sitewastewater treatmentsystem, one that uses ad-

    vanced pretreatmenttechnologies and won theapproval of the Depart-ment of Natural Re-sources and the Depart-ment of Commerce.

    The North Lodge en-compasses about 100,000

    square feet of space.There also are 42 lotsavailable for develop-ment on the property andeverything, includingsome lakefront villas, hasbeen heavily discounted,said Viegut.

    The Northernairecomplex includes 33 boatslips on Deer Lake forseasonal or temporary

    use.Northernaire is locat-ed on Highway 32 east ofThree Lakes. Sales staffwill be available everySaturday and Sundayfrom 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. foropen showing. Appoint-ments are needed duringthe week. To make an ap-pointment, call (715) 848-8009 or (715) 571-2274.

    Northernaire offers luxurious condos

    Stainless-steel appliances, solid hardwood floors and granite countertops arestandard features in the deluxe Northernaire condominiums.

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    hiawatha hide away1980 Hwy. 45 North, Eagle River (715) 479-8344

    Open Wed. thru Fri. 2 p.m. to closeSat. and Sun. noon to close

    FoodSpecials

    Cocktail&SunsetBoatCruises

    KitchenOpenLate

    Drink

    Specials

    NASCARSunday

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    Games

    Wed. - 1/2 Price AppetizersThurs. - 15 Wings

    Fri. - Fish Dinner $6.95 Fish Sandwich $4.75Shrimp Dinner $7.25

    Sat. & Sun. - $2 Burgers

    Wed. thru Fri.- HAPPY HOUR 3-6 & 9-11 p.m.

    $1 MUGS, $2 BOTTLES (Domestic)

    50 OFF all other drinks!

    Sat. & Sun. - $2 Bloody Mary Mugs noon - 2 p.m.Sat. - $5 ALL-U-CAN-DRINK Rails & Taps 9-11 p.m.

    FREE DRINK with every home runwhen wearing Brewer Gear

    $1.50 PINTS, $2 BOTTLES (Domestic)

    EagleWaters.com

    Outdoor patio barand dining

    Nightly live music

    Serving Tuesday - Sunday

    Fish Fry Tuesdayand Friday

    Sunday ChampagneBrunch 9am - 1pm

    On Eagle Lakevisit by car or boat

    Hwy. 70 E to Rangeline Rd. to Eagle Waters Rd. 715.479.4411

    facebook.com/eaglewatersresort

    The busy boating andfishing season has ar-rived, and the state De-partment of Natural Re-sources (DNR) is asking

    boaters to help stop thespread of invasiveaquatic species likeEurasian water milfoil,zebra mussels and curly-leaf pondweed.

    These and other inva-sives harm lakes, foulboat props and hurt na-tive species. Fortunate-ly, most boaters and an-glers are taking the nec-

    essary steps to stop thespread of aquatic inva-sives to Wisconsins

    northern lakes, most ofwhich remain in pristinecondition.

    We can't afford to letour guard down, DNR

    Chief Warden RandyStark said. Its as im-portant as ever to cleanyour boats and equip-ment. Lead by exam