THE THIRD ANNUAL LONG LAKE BOAT PARADE!
The boat parade will begin at the channel to the dam over by HoneyRock Camp on the North side of the lake at 2:00 PM on July 3, 2022. The parade will go in a counter clockwise rotation around the lake (Along Van Bussum, Green Bass and Hull Rd) and will travel to the channel to planting ground.
Come watch from your boat or from your dock. Long Lake has limited public access shore viewing areas. Some boats may be giving out candy. If they are giving out candy, they will swing into your dock and hand or lightly toss the candy to you to avoid trash getting in the lake.
If you are looking for an advanced power yoga class this isn’t it. If you are looking to empower yourself by gaining a deeper understanding of how your whole body works, I’ll see you at the Reiter Center! -Tricia
Members of the Northern Lights Snowmobile Club in Three Lakes will meet November 22nd at Boondocks Bar & Grill, in Monico, at 6:30 pm. Boondocks is a popular destination at the end of the stretch of Trail #45S that is maintained by Three Lakes-Brule River Trails. Boondocks is located on highway 45, just 0.2 miles south of Highway 8 in Monico.
Following the business portion of the meeting, the very first Three Lakes Ice Queen will be crowned in a coronation ceremony. The new Ice Queen will be representing both the Northern Lights Snowmobile Club and Three Lakes-Brule River Trails Inc. at their various events in Three Lakes and the surrounding community for the 2021-2022 snowmobiling season.
All club members and their family are encouraged to attend the meeting and meet our new Ice Queen. A 50/50 cash raffle, a free snack, and a cash bar will follow the meeting.
NLSC welcomes new members. Visit our website at “northernlightsclub.com” for more information and a membership form. The remaining meetings this season are held on 4th Monday of the month in January, February and March. The annual Christmas Party will be Saturday, December 4 at Bonnie’s Lakeside from 5 pm – 9 pm.
Tuesday, November 9, 6:30 PM Three Lakes Town Board Room or Online via Zoom**
all participants are welcome to attend virtually; in-person participation limited to 20 with preference given to those eligible to represent the Three Lakes community.
When it’s time to stop saying, “Somebody should…” the League of Women Voters of the Northwoods and your local elected representatives, current and past, are ready to help you get your name on the ballot. A two part session will provide both information on how to follow the steps of getting registered to run for an office and a panel discussion with those who have run and have served as an elected official.
Who Should Attend: any individual who thought they might run for local office, either now or in the future.
Registration cost: free
*all participants are welcome to attend virtually; in-person participation limited to 20 with preference given to those eligible to represent the Three Lakes community.
Workshop participants will learn and discuss:
Steps needed to successfully get onto a ballot for local office, including potential pitfalls in gathering signatures, interpreting “bureaucratic speak,” and address concerns about campaign spending;
Opportunities to build name recognition and communicate a platform or a message;
If not eligible to run for office, how to identify a friend or neighbor who might be and encourage them to consider representing you;
Open discussion with current and past elected officials about their motivation, interests, and experiences in public office.
Presenters: Tom Jerow, League of Women Voters of the Northwoods and a panel of current and former elected officials (names updated as participation is confirmed).
The Three Lakes Town Board Room is located inside the Town of Three Lakes Municipal Building, 6965 West School Street, Three Lakes, WI.
Sponsored by: Forward Three Lakes, the League of Women Voters, and the Demmer Library