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September 2019

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SEPTEMBER FUN FACTS:
September, in Old England, was called Haervest-monath (Harvest Month). This is the time to gather up the rest of the harvest and prepare for the winter months.
There are flowers enough in the summertime, More flowers than I can remember— But none with the purple, gold, and red That dye the flowers of September! —Mary Howitt (1799-1888)

SEPTEMBER BIRTH FLOWERS
September’s birth flowers are the aster and the morning glory. The aster signifies powerful love, and the China aster expresses variety or afterthought in the language of flowers. The morning glory symbolizes affection. It can also mean coquetry, affectation, or bonds in the language of flowers.

SEPTEMBER BIRTHSTONE
The September birthstone is the sapphire, which was once thought to guard against evil and poisoning.

Billy Harvey’s Brush Dump Open!
In order to allow village residents to appropriately handle yard debris, especially in light of recent storms, the Village Board has entered into an agreement with Billy Harvey to open his brush dump for the year. This is for vegetative debris ONLY.
7950 S Cty. Rd. S turn up the hill by the old Budweiser truck
For more information, call Billy Harvey at 715-817-0249.

NEWS FROM THE PEWS:
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.

NEWS SUBMISSIONS: DEADLINE is the 20TH OF EACH MONTH.

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):

NORTHLAND BIKERS 4 BOOBS:
Checkerboard’s Bikers for Boobs event has been an excellent fundraiser for a very worthy cause. Bikers for Boobs raises important money for St Luke’s Breast Cancer Department and the Circle of Hope. These recipients determine the monetary needs of each individual and their families. The needs range from travel expenses, lodging, meals, childcare, and much much more.
This year the event will start and end at Checkerboard Bar on September 7th, beginning at 9am.

ANNUAL RUDY RUN:
The Rudy Run ATV Ride as launched in 2013 in memory of Rudy LaJoie. Because of Rudy’s passion for the youth of Superior and his passion for baseball. This fundraiser was created to provide support to the Superior Youth Organization. The SYO provides opportunities for the youth of Superior to participate in organized baseball and softball.

SCHOOL IS BACK IN SESSION:
Be mindful that fall is here and our schools are all back in session. Be respectful and watch for the blinking and red lights of our school buses, our children are on there and it is a law!