April 2019

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“Its spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want – oh, you don’t quite know what it is so you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!” -Mark Twain

**Birthstone : Diamond **Flower: Daisy or Sweet Pea
Aries (March 21-April 20) Taurus (April 21-May 20)
“And Spring arose on the garden fair, Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere; And each flower and herb on Earth’s dark breast rose from the dreams of its wintry rest.” – Percy Bysshe Shelley, The Sensitive Plant

NHS DRAMA TEAM RECEIVES MULTIPLE AWARDS AT WHSFA THEATRE (ONE ACTS) STATE COMPETITION The 2018 NHS Drama Team earned recognition in every category at the WHSFA Theatre (One Acts) State Competition. The crew got the coveted outstanding crew award, the cast got the outstanding ensemble award, Mrs. Luostari and Mr. Goodlet received the outstanding director award and the entire team earned the highest honor, “Critics Choice”. Individuals who got outstanding acting awards were Amanda Lumberg, Sami Keller, Ariel Rutten and Josh Olson.
This was the NHS Drama Team’s 6th consecutive trip to the state competition. They have earned a trip to the state level 13 of the last 14 years. Congrats on the well earned recognition!

We are always looking for volunteers or those willing to come to meeting to keep our events alive.

279 Voters come out on Tuesday April 2 to have their opinion noticed on a new Village President and Board of Trustees. Congratulations to Darryl Kyle, President and Trustees: Jim Smith, Jim Jonasen, Jake Fuller, Jeff Buhr and Steve Hopkins. One member yet to be appointed.

Sunday Church Services:
St Anthony Catholic Church.Worship, 11am
Trinity Lutheran Church.Worship, 9am
Lake Nebagamon First Presbyterian.Worship, 11am
(coffee fellowship at 10:15am)
House of Hope Church.Worship, 10:30am
Hawthorne Assembly of God, Worship 10:30am
(Sunday School 9:30am)

MISSION STATEMENT: To Welcome new businesses, community groups and citizens of Lake Nebagamon, Wi to participate in the promotion of the community. Our objective is to work together to inform Lake Nebagamon, Wi area of local news.

MEETINGS: We meet the second Tuesday of each month, at 6:00pm at local area businesses. Everyone is welcome.

DONATIONS: If you would like to donate paper so we may continue to have our newsletter contact the village office (715-374-3101) or Patti Coughlin at Dockside (715-374-2334). If you are interested in receiving an email copy of the newsletter monthly send request in email to:
nebagamoncommunityassociation@gmail.com NCA (Nebagamon Community Association):

We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 6pm rotating at local businesses. Our April 9, 2019 meeting will be held at Sidelines Bar and Bait at 6pm.

Do you know anyone girls or boys entering the 7th-12th grade that would be interested in a continuing education youth class for our future firefighters? This is a great opportunity for anyone interested. The Lake Nebagamon Volunteer Fire Department sees the importance and the great opportunity, so they are sponsoring two youth to be able to go to this camp. Start by writing a short essay about why they want to be a part of this leadership camp, they will be judged by the Fire Dept. Entries can be mailed to the LNFD -PO Box 213 Lake Nebagamon, Wi 54849

Throughout this newsletter there are comments and words about our mission statement, meetings, the NCA etc. We really need to get word out and get some members involved. No need to feel you need to be at each meeting but we need volunteers and bodies to help with the events in our area. It seems groups, clubs, civic organizations and public service is a thing of the past. Lake Nebagmon has so much to offer in our area but it’s the same people doing so much to try to keep things alive. If you find you have any ideas or time you would like to be involved this is a perfect way to jump on board. As a group we have decided to have our monthly meetings at area businesses. Our meetings are usually about an hour, but we have so much on the agenda to provide fun events and things to make the community strong and keep things active. 2018 Forth of July fireworks were amazing! So much postie feedback came from the entire community. We want to keep events such as this going, and going strong. We have some very busy activities during the summer and could always use more ideas and help. We set up vendors in the auditorium last year and again there was wonderful feedback. We have been having more and more reserve spaces to come join this vendor area and those from last year to return. Free skating at the auditorium has been a hit this winter and we plan to keep this alive thru April and then take a break thru summer and hoping to return again in September. Again looking for volunteers to work the concession stand and to be around to hand out skates and play the games as we have been doing the “Limbo”, “Corner Game”, “Hula Hoop Contest”, some mad skills needed for “Red Light, Green Light.” The children that have been coming sure have a great time. Lets see if we can have more involvement to keep this all going strong. See you at Sidelines on Tuesday April 9, 2019 at 6pm.