We are currently Updating the list of Summer Events and they will also be on the front page for quick reference. Stay tuned in the next few hours!
The June Newsletter is now out! You can find it here by clicking on Newsletter Online. We are updating the website and will have the event calender updated soon. Check it out to see all of the 4th of July events going on in Lake Nebagamon. If you have any events you would like to have added to the calender or news stories to be posted in the Newsletter you may contact us at email@example.com. Visit the website for the latest news and events coming up this summer!
In Lake Nebagamon on Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 8:30 a.m – 3 p.m. there will be a Village Wide Garage Sale. To get on the map please contact Carol: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (715) 374-2529 or contact Gail: email@example.com or by phone at (715) 374-2185 before June 16th. There will be a $10 fee to get on the map so it helps cover the cost of boat monitoring for the summer. To get a copy of a map the day of the sales locations, stop by Ole’s Market. This event is sponsored by the Nebagamon Lake Association
Thanks from the Imogene McGrath Memorial Library: Lindsey Wilson presents a check for $800.00 to Susan Enright, Vice President of the IMML. Bridge’s Bar held a Booze Raffle in conjunction to the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and party. Nearly $800 was raised by the sale of tickets and Traci Bridge Longa rounded the amount to $800.00. Many thanks for your support of the Library.
Lake Nebagamon Lions Club donates another $1000.00 toward the upgraded computers at the IMML. The Lions Club is a strong supporter and contributor to the IMML. Their generosity has provided the library with new computers, children’s’ summer programs etc. We sincerely thank them for their continued support.
Why do we need donations so badly? Many people are not aware that the library exits solely by donations, fundraisers, and memberships. We receive no funds from any other source. The Superior Library provides services Wednesdays from 2-7pm ; other staffing is provided by the Experience Works Worker, Pat Carlson and from our wonderful volunteers. We have insurance, internet, heating, snow plowing, sewer, electricity, activities and maintenance to pay for. We rely on the generosity of the public to meet these bills. We thank everyone for their support and encourage anyone that would be willing to contribute to any of these expenses to contact Susan Enright 715-374-2429 or firstname.lastname@example.org.