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<ul><li><p>8/6/2019 Vacation Week, June 29, 2011</p><p> 1/20</p><p>eekVV</p><p>Yoursummer guide</p><p>for 58 years</p><p>Yoursummer guide</p><p>for 58 years</p><p>TAKEONE!</p><p>Free</p><p>PRSRTSTD</p><p>ECRWSS</p><p>U.S.Postage</p><p>PAID</p><p>PermitNo.13</p><p>WWWednesday,</p><p>June 29, 2011</p><p>VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW and THE THREE LAKES NEWS</p><p>acation</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Vacation Week, June 29, 2011</p><p> 2/20</p><p>VACATION WEEKPage 2 Wed., June 29, 2011</p><p>W</p><p>WE</p><p>E</p><p>V</p><p>VE</p><p>E G</p><p>GO</p><p>OT</p><p>T T</p><p>TO</p><p>O G</p><p>GO</p><p>O T</p><p>TO</p><p>O</p><p>Celebrating Our 30th Year ~ 1981-2011</p><p>W</p><p>WH</p><p>HE</p><p>ER</p><p>RE</p><p>E T</p><p>TH</p><p>HE</p><p>E A</p><p>AC</p><p>CT</p><p>TI</p><p>IO</p><p>ON</p><p>N I</p><p>IS</p><p>S A</p><p>AL</p><p>LW</p><p>WA</p><p>AY</p><p>YS</p><p>SH</p><p>HO</p><p>OT</p><p>T!</p><p>!</p><p>V</p><p>Vo</p><p>ot</p><p>te</p><p>ed</p><p>d B</p><p>Be</p><p>es</p><p>st</p><p>t E</p><p>Ex</p><p>xo</p><p>ot</p><p>ti</p><p>ic</p><p>c C</p><p>Cl</p><p>lu</p><p>ub</p><p>b i</p><p>in</p><p>n M</p><p>Mi</p><p>id</p><p>dw</p><p>we</p><p>es</p><p>st</p><p>tExpo 2001 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas</p><p>Featuring the finest and classiest live show in the Midwestincluding covergirls and centerfolds from major mens magazines.</p><p>LIVE, EXOTIC NUDEENTERTAINMENT</p><p>LIVE, EXOTIC NUDEENTERTAINMENT</p><p>ContinuousShowsNightlyOpenTues. thruSat.7p.m. tillClosing</p><p>and FULL BARand FULL BAROn Hwy. 45, 5 miles south of Eagle River,4 miles north of Three Lakes in Clearwater Lake</p><p>ST. GERMAINHEALTH CARE PHARMACY</p><p>715-479-7608252 Hwy. 70, St.Germain</p><p>WALL STREETHEALTH CARE PHARMACY</p><p>715-479-4282123 E.Wall St., Eagle River</p><p>LAND O LAKESHEALTH CARE PHARMACY</p><p>715-547-37884348 Hwy. B, Land O Lakes</p><p>Your Northwoods Corner DrugstoresLOCALLY OWNED AND MANAGED</p><p>Specialists In All Your Health-Care Needs</p><p> State-of-the-Art Technology Fast, Personal Service Most Insurance Accepted</p><p> Cards Gifts Health &amp; Beauty Aids</p><p>3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS</p><p>Where We Build On Your Ideaswww.cornerstonecustombuilders.com</p><p>Models open Mon.-Sat.</p><p>Licensed in Wisconsin &amp; Michigan</p><p>EAGLE RIVER MODELSIntersection ofHwys. 45, 17, 70 &amp; 32</p><p>(715) 479-0001</p><p>MINOCQUA MODELS3 miles south of the bridgeon Hwy. 51</p><p>(715) 356-0001</p><p>RHINELANDER MODELSCorner of Hwys. 47 &amp; K(715) 362-7888</p><p>PINK COYOTEINDIAN ART</p><p>FINE JEWELRY TURQUOISE</p><p> STERLING SILVER JEWELRY NATIVE AMERICAN ARTWORK</p><p> RUGS POTTERY KACHINAS</p><p>715-479-9831www.pinkcoyote.us</p><p>212 Wall St., adjacent to Vilas Cinema, downtown Eagle River</p><p>O</p><p>OP</p><p>PE</p><p>EN</p><p>N D</p><p>DA</p><p>AI</p><p>I L</p><p>LY</p><p>Y</p><p>HOMEMADE CANDIES Fudge Turtles Clusters</p><p> Cashew Brittle Peanut Brittle Hand-dipped Fudge Balls</p><p>Tremblays Sweet Shop, Inc.</p><p>*Mailorders</p><p>shippedFedEx</p><p>promptly.</p><p>Downtown Eagle River715-479-8488 1-888-386-3302</p><p>OPEN DAILY 9 A.M.TO 9 P.M.</p><p>Its More Than a Jewelry StoreK</p><p>Ke</p><p>ee</p><p>ep</p><p>pi</p><p>in</p><p>ng</p><p>g a</p><p>a T</p><p>T i</p><p>im</p><p>me</p><p>e-</p><p>-H</p><p>Ho</p><p>on</p><p>no</p><p>or</p><p>re</p><p>ed</p><p>d T</p><p>Tr</p><p>ra</p><p>ad</p><p>di</p><p>i t</p><p>t i</p><p>io</p><p>on</p><p>n S</p><p>S i</p><p>in</p><p>nc</p><p>ce</p><p>e 1</p><p>19</p><p>94</p><p>45</p><p>5</p><p>Michael Stephan31 yearsexperience as</p><p>a certified watchmaker &amp;in jewelry repair &amp; design</p><p>Vast selection of traditional&amp; animated musical clocks</p><p>and giftware</p><p>Eagle Gold Collectionoriginal designs by</p><p>Fine, Fashion, Sterling Silver and In-House Made JewelryJewelry &amp; Watch Repair and Pawn!</p><p>Downtown Eagle River, Wis. (715) 479-4520</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Vacation Week, June 29, 2011</p><p> 3/20</p><p>VACATION WEEK Wed., June 29, 2011 Page 3</p><p>Eagle River GolfCourse is famous for itscourse conditions, chal-lenging layout and NorthWoods beauty. It is opento the public for everyoneto play.</p><p>When golfers play atEagle River Golf Course,they often are playing onthe best course condi-tions available in theNorth Woods.</p><p>Many of our cus-tomers rave every yearabout the overall playingconditions they experi-ence at our facility. Wetake pride in giving thegolfers a playing surfacethat is consistent withour four-star rating wereceive every year fromGolf Digests Best Placesto Play, said Brad</p><p>Missling, the clubs PGAgolf pro.</p><p>Golf Digest has givenEagle River Golf Coursea four-star rating 10years in a row. The cus-tomers playing thecourse are the people re-sponsible for the ratingthe course receives.</p><p>This rating reflectsthe value and awesome</p><p>experience of playing atthe Eagle River GolfCourse, said Missling.</p><p>Eagle River GolfCourse offers the most af-fordable rates of any four-star rated golf course inthe North Woods. People</p><p>can be assured they aregetting a great valuewhen they choose to playgolf at Eagle River GolfCourse.</p><p>The practice area alsorepresents what cus-tomers should expectfrom a course with a four-star rating. A newputting and chippinggreen was built a coupleof years ago. This was ahuge improvement forpeople to practice allparts of their short game.</p><p> A practice greensidebunker was put in so thatpeople can practice theirgreenside sand game aswell. The driving rangehas three levels of teeingsurface with targetgreens and yardagesigns.</p><p>Last year, a gold set oftees was added to the golfcourse. The course nowoffers four sets of tees tomake the course enjoy-able for all skill levels.The new gold tees havebecome very popularwith senior golfers.</p><p>The undulating greensand narrow fairwayskeep the course challeng-</p><p>ing.The course has many</p><p>of its holes carved out ofthe mature trees whichremind golfers why theylove to come and golf inthe North Woods area.</p><p>The abundance of</p><p>wildlife is another uniquecharacteristic the coursehas that golfers enjoy.Many white-tailed deermake the course theirhome, red fox have beenseen and every spring themallards enjoy the wateron the course.</p><p>Trees, water hazardsand rolling hills havemade the course into oneof the most popularcourses in northern Wis-consin, Missling said.</p><p>The amenities do notstop with the course. Theclubhouse offers a friend-ly atmosphere to enjoy adrink, food or snack aftera round of golf. Golf out-ings are welcome. Therestaurant can seat morethan 100 people, plus theoutdoor patio is a very</p><p>popular spot to relaxafter golf. The restaurantoverlooks the sceniccourse.</p><p>The pro shop offers toppro-line equipment fromthe best vendors in theequipment industry.Mens club lines for saleare from Callaway, Ti-tleist, Cobra, Ping, TaylorMade, Adams and Cleve-</p><p>land. Club fitting is avail-able to ensure the equip-ment purchased fits thegolfers swing.</p><p>The pro shop offersmens clothing lines fromCutter &amp; Buck, Adidas,Sun Mountain, Under</p><p> Armour, Gear and Nike.Ladies lines carried inthe pro shop include An-tigua, Adidas, Annika,Nike, Sun Mountain,Gear and Cutter &amp; Buck.</p><p>We carry a wider se-lection of ladies clothesthan any other course inthe area. If we dont havean item you want, inmost cases, we can spe-cial order it for you andhave it shipped to yourfront door, said Missling.</p><p>Mens and ladies golfshoe lines are from Adi-das and Foot Joy. Thecourse usually orders</p><p>around 100 pairs of shoesto start the year, so thecourse offers a good sizeselection at a wide pricerange, which makes theirshoe selection the best inthe North Woods.</p><p>The bottom line whenit comes to equipmentand apparel, is that ifcustomers are looking forthat new driver for more</p><p>distance, a new putterthat is well balanced,new irons for maximumforgiveness or the newestwedges with zip groovetechnology, the pro shopstaff at Eagle River GolfCourse can help find theexact clubs a golfer islooking for.</p><p>Eagle River GolfCourse has two certifiedprofessionals on staff,PGA professional BradMissling and LPGA pro-fessional Margo Rogers</p><p> Anderson. Both aretrained, qualified instruc-tors to help golfers im-prove all parts of theirgame. Individual lessonsare offered and made byappointment; group clin-ics and golf schools alsoare offered. Pricing infor-mation for lessons andgolf schools can be</p><p> viewed on the courseWebsite at eaglerivergolf-</p><p>course.com.Back again this year is</p><p>the customer apprecia-tion card. For every full-price 18-hole roundgolfers purchase, theywill receive a stamp ontheir card. Once the cardhas been stamped fivetimes they receive a freeround of golf with therental of a golf cart.</p><p>During the peak sea-son, June 17 through</p><p> Aug. 14, nine-hole greenfees are $25 and 18-holegreen fees are $39. Twi-light rates start approxi-mately five hours beforedark and are $15. Cartfees during the peak sea-son are $11 for nine</p><p>holes, $16 for 18 holesand $11 for twilight; allcart fees are per person.</p><p>Tee times are taken 30days in advance, if thereare 12 or more players,advance booking optionsare available.</p><p>Online tee times areavailable which allowsgolfers the ability to booktheir tee times anytime ofthe day from their com-puter at eaglerivergolf-course.com.</p><p> A midweek golf spe-cial, which includes 18holes with cart for $35, isavailable on select Tues-</p><p>days and Wednesdaysfrom 10:30 a.m. to 2:30p.m. The special is avail-able July 12 and 13, andJuly 19 and 20. The spe-cial also will be available</p><p>Aug. 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24,30 and 31.</p><p>Eagle River GolfCourse is located at 457E. McKinley St. in EagleRiver. For more informa-</p><p>tion, call (715) 479-8111or (800) 820-1477 or visitthe Web site at ea-glerivergolfcourse.com.</p><p>Rate information, aninteractive hole-by-holetour and additional golfcourse information andphotos are all availableby viewing the Web site.</p><p>North Woods beauty, challenging holesboth found at Eagle River Golf Course</p><p>The rolling, forested terrain at the 18-hole Eagle River Golf Course provides plen-ty of challenges for golfers of all ability levels.</p><p>With scenic fairways, challenging water hazards, sand traps and bunkers, theEagle River Golf Course is a four star-rated golf course.</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Vacation Week, June 29, 2011</p><p> 4/20</p><p>VACATION WEEKPage 4 Wed., June 29, 2011</p><p>hiawatha hide away1980 Hwy. 45 North, Eagle River (715) 479-8344</p><p>Open Wed. thru Fri. 2 p.m. to closeSat. and Sun. noon to close</p><p>FoodSpecials</p><p>Cocktail&amp;SunsetBoatCruises</p><p>KitchenOpenLate</p><p>Drink</p><p>Specials</p><p>NASCARSunday</p><p>Brewer</p><p>Games</p><p>Wed. - 1/2 Price AppetizersThurs. - 15 Wings</p><p>Fri. - Fish Dinner $6.95 Fish Sandwich $4.75Shrimp Dinner $7.25</p><p>Sat. &amp; Sun. - $2 Burgers</p><p>Wed. thru Fri.- HAPPY HOUR 3-6 &amp; 9-11 p.m.</p><p>$1 MUGS, $2 BOTTLES (Domestic)</p><p>50 OFF all other drinks!</p><p>Sat. &amp; Sun. - $2 Bloody Mary Mugs noon - 2 p.m.Sat. - $5 ALL-U-CAN-DRINK Rails &amp; Taps 9-11 p.m.</p><p>FREE DRINK with every home runwhen wearing Brewer Gear</p><p>$1.50 PINTS, $2 BOTTLES (Domestic)</p><p>EEAAGGLLEE RRIIVVEERR</p><p>May 11 to Oct. 12Classic Car Cruise-Ins every other Wednesday</p><p>Eagle River Dairy Queen, 5-8 p.m.</p><p>Thursday, June 23-Aug. 18Street DancesMain St. &amp; Wall St.</p><p>July 8 &amp; 9Many Ways of Peace Fair</p><p>Sat., July 9, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.Color Me Green Fair</p><p>Sat., July 9 at Wild Eagle LodgeEagles Take Flight Auction5-9 p.m., entertainment to close</p><p>Thursday, Aug. 119 a.m.-4 p.m.Midsummer SalesPig &amp; Corn Roast</p><p>Aug. 27 &amp; 28Eagle Auction atFestival of FlavorsHome Grown &amp; Organic FairWalk It Off Poker Fun</p><p>The 19th annualEagle River Holiday An-</p><p>tique Show &amp; Sale willbe held Saturday andSunday, July 2 and 3.</p><p>Show hours will be 9a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdayand 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Sunday at NorthlandPines High School.</p><p>The school, which isair conditioned, is locat-ed at 1800 Pleasure Is-land Road off Highway</p><p>45 North.More than 50 dealersfrom across the Midwestwill present quality and</p><p>diversity in the show.Items offered for sale</p><p>will include furniture,jewelry, clocks, china,lodge and fishing items,mounts, advertising, sil-</p><p> verware, folk art andprimitives, Indian arti-facts, pottery, glassware,stoneware, dolls, bas-kets, postcards, banksand holiday items.</p><p>Professional dealersfrom across the Midwest</p><p>will be on hand to dis-cuss items and buy ortrade. In addition, MaryLou Gates will be on site</p><p>offering crystal andchina repair services</p><p>while you wait.Food will be served bymembers of the youthgroup of St. Peter theFisherman CatholicChurch.</p><p>The $4.50 admissionwill allow individuals toattend all three days.Children younger than16 will be admitted free.Free parking is avail-</p><p>able behind the schoolFor more information,call Steve Bina at (608)385-3598.</p><p>Eagle River Antique Showset at high school July 2-3</p><p>The Three Lakes His-torical Society will pre-sent its summer concertseries, Concerts in thePark, each Tuesday at 7p.m. at the gazebo in CyWilliams Park.</p><p>The schedule of theconcerts is as follows:</p><p> June 18, Fine Line</p><p>Jazz; July 5, Lakeland</p><p>Barbershop Chorus andQuartets;</p><p> July 12,Rhinelander Area Com-munity Band;</p><p> July 19, Jonny andthe Cadillacs;</p><p> July 26, Bret and</p><p>Frisk; Aug. 2, Skip Wagn-</p><p>er and Jim Scheppele;and</p><p> Aug. 9, WoodlandStrings in the ThreeLakes High School Audi-torium.</p><p>The public is welcometo take their chairs anda picnic and enjoy a re-laxing evening of good</p><p>music. In case of in-clement weather, theconcert will be held inthe Three Lakes HighSchool auditorium.</p><p>For more information,call (715) 546-3666.</p><p>Relaxing Concerts in the Parkset in Three Lakes Tuesdays</p><p>EagleWaters.com</p><p>Outdoor patio barand dining</p><p>Nightly live music</p><p>Serving Tuesday - Sunday</p><p>Fish Fry Tuesdayand Friday</p><p>Sunday ChampagneBrunch 9am - 1pm</p><p>On Eagle Lakevisit by car or boat</p><p>Hwy. 70 E to Rangeline Rd. to Eagle Waters Rd. 715.479.4411</p><p>facebook.com/eaglewatersresort</p><p> natural handcrafted soaps scrubs luscious lotions balms bath accessories soy candles</p><p>Lets take a bath withour grandmas soap!</p><p>Lets take a bath withour grandmas soap!</p><p>Visit our store!Hours: Wed., Thurs., Fri., 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.</p><p>5145 Hwy. G, Eagle River (715) 479-85311 mile north of Eagle River on Hwy. 45 to Hwy. G (stoplights)</p><p>then west 1.5 miles</p><p>www.cranberrylakesoap.com</p><p>Trees For Tomorrowwill host a free natureprogram regarding thecontroversial grey wolfin Wisconsin Tuesday,July 5, at 7 p.m., at thehistoric campus at 519Sheridan Street E.</p><p>Trees For TomorrowAssistant Director SheriBuller will share herknowledge about wolf</p><p>ecology, their populationand what that means tothe health of Wisconsinswildlife.</p><p>Trees For Tomorrowoffers free nature pro-grams every Tuesdaynight until Aug. 16. Formore information, call(715) 479-6456 or visittreesfortomorrow.com.</p><p>Free nature program setat Trees For Tomorrow</p><p>Watermelon DaysCraft &amp; Gift Fest 2011will be held at the VilasCounty Fairgrounds inEagle River Saturdayand Sunday, July 2 and 3.</p><p>The free craft fair from9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.willfeature more than 100</p><p> vendors. Artisans fromthroughout the Midwestwill exhibit and sell folk</p><p>art, jewelry, and countryand fine crafts.</p><p>There also will beitems for decorating in-side and outside thehome, cottage or summer</p><p>home. There will be freefamily entertainmentboth days.</p><p>The trademark of Wa-termelon Days is free wa-termelon. Show coordina-</p><p>tors will give away freewatermelon slices forboth days of the event orfor as long as the water-melons last.</p><p>There will be food and</p><p>refreshments available(picnic-table seating).</p><p>On-premise parkingwill benefit the EagleRiver Veterans of ForeignWars.</p><p>Watermelon Craft Fest set July 2-3</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Vacation Week, June 29, 2011</p><p> 5/20</p><p>VACATION WEEK Wed., June 29, 2011 Page 5</p><p>Marching bands, colorful floats and other patriotic entrieswill be part of Independence Day celebrations across theNorth Woods July 4 weekend. The Janesville Fife andDrum Corps was featured in the Three Lakes Lions ClubFourth of July parade in 2010.</p><p>--Staff Photo By KURTKRUEGER</p><p>About the cover:</p><p>Advertisers GuideANTIQUE SHOPNorthern Light Antiques, Bruce Crossing, Mich.............Pg. 17</p><p>ATTRACTIONS / ENTERTAINMENTArt Impressions,Bruce Crossing, Mich. ......................... Pg. 15Camp 5 Museum Lumberjack Steam Train, Laona ........Pg. 12Eagle Falls Adventure Golf,Eagle River...........................Pg.20Eagle River Speedway, Eagle River...................................Pg. 6Kart Way,Eagle River ........................................................Pg. 10NorthernWaters Museum,Land O Lakes ........</p></li></ul>