News Digest

Anokijig ‘Laughter in the Woods’ set

Come ‘Laugh in the Woods’ in beautiful Western Lodge at Camp Anokijig.

The annual “Laughter in the Woods” fundraiser will take place Saturday, Sept. 20, at the camp on Little Elkhart Lake.

Guests can enjoy the hilarious antics of the McMann and Tate comedy group, a succulent steak and seafood dinner, and an opportunity to take home many unique items.

All proceeds benefit children through Anokijig’s Scholarship Program. Come enjoy yourself and support a great cause at the same time.

Guests are welcome at 5:30 p.m., with dinner and laughter starting at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $80 per person ($40 guest fee, $40 donation). Private table seating for eight is available.

This popular event has sold out in the past, so make your plans now to come laugh in the woods!.

Reservations are required - please call Camp Anokijig at (920) 893- 0782. For more information please call Camp or visit www.anokijig.com.

Fallapalooza time at Anokijig

Come to Camp Anokijig on Sunday, Sept. 21, and have a Fallapalooza of a time with family and friends.

Join us from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and enjoy a delicious all you can eat brunch, camp activities, and special events. Special events include a kids arrowhead dig, carnival games, and kids archery contest with two winners from each age group awarded a week at summer camp in 2015.

Camp activities include boating, giant Voyageur canoe and pontoon boat rides, fishing, archery, kids horse rides, crafts, the Trading Post, and much more.

Come enjoy a hearty meal, spend quality time with your family and enjoy the wonder of Camp Anokijig. All proceeds benefit children through Anokijig’s Scholarship Program.

Admission includes the brunch and most activities. Age 12+ is $9; Ages 4-11 are $6; and under age 3 are free. There is an extra cost for kids horse rides ($5), crafts (cost varies) and Trading Post purchases. For more information, please contact Camp Anokijig at (920) 893-0782 or visit www.anokijig.com.

County LS detour still in place

County LS continues to be closed from County FF in the town of Mosel to County XX in the village of Cleveland for road relocation.

This is part of the County LS/Dairyland Drive construction project, which is scheduled for completion late this month or early next month, according to the Sheboygan County Highway Department.

The County LS detour goes from County FF to State 42 and then north To County XX in Manitowoc County.

The 18-mile project includes Pigeon River Bridge improvement on County LS and the Dairyland Drive bridge in Manitowoc County; relocation of County LS in the town of Mosel; milling, pulverizing, blacktopping; minor intersection work at County LS and Playbird Road and County LS and Willow Creek.

The project includes County LS from Eisner Avenue to County XX in the village of Cleveland and Dairyland Drive from State 42 to County XX in the village of Cleveland.

Motorists are advised to use caution and remain alert when driving through any work zone.

Wade House curator named

The Wisconsin Historical Society has appointed James Willaert as curator at the Wade House historic site in Greenbush. Willaert began his employment on Sept. 2 and brings with him more than 23 years of experience working in programming at Conner Prairie Interactive History Park in Fishers, Ind.

At Conner Prairie he organized and managed programs such as the park’s annual Civil War program, Woodland Indian school program and a historic trading post. He also has specific experience with historic homes, having managed interpretative programming at the William Conner House. This skill will be especially helpful as staff begins working on the next phase of the Wade House long-term site plan, which calls for the eventual restoration of both the Wade House stagecoach hotel and the nearby Robinson house.

At Conner Prairie Willaert participated in annual collections inventory projects and the management of material objects. He also participated in vintage base ball, which continues to be a very popular program at Wade House.

Willaert is completing a master’s degree in history and historical administration from Eastern Illinois University. His scholarly work involved collections care and management, including training in registration methods, accessioning and cataloguing artifacts, and related coursework.

Recently he updated inventories at the Tarble Art Center’s Music Archive in Charleston, Ill.

Wade House historic site is one of 12 Wisconsin Historical Society historic sites and museums. For more information call 920-526-3271 or visit www.wadehouse.org.


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