Volunteers for AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is looking to expand its team of volunteers for the upcoming tax season. Soon to begin its 57th year, Tax Aide offers free tax filing help to anyone, especially those 50 and older, who can’t afford a tax preparation service. Tax-Aide volunteers make a difference in their communities by assisting many older, lower-income
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Line 5 Relocation Project Supporters Join Safest Way Tour in Brownsville Event included a 34-foot-long section of pipeline for supporters to sign A group of local citizens, labor leaders, business leaders, and tribal members gathered at the Michels Corporation on Wednesday to show their support for the $450 million proposed Line 5 relocation project in Ashland, Bayfield and Iron counties. Participants
Check It Out! LORI KREIS, DIRECTOR KEWASKUM PUBLIC LIBRARY It’s Banned Books Week October 1-8 and although I love to celebrate our freedom to read, it is sad that we still must commemorate this event because attempted acts of censorship are on the rise. This year, the theme is “Let Freedom Read” as this year the focus is to draw national attention to censorship and the harm it causes.
Library Events Activities at the Campbellsport Public Library 220 North Helena St. P.O. Box 405 www.campbellsportlibrary.org 920-533-8534 Greetings from the Campbellsport Public Library! Tinker Tuesdays Tinker Tuesdays are back at the Campbellsport Library. Join us at the library any time after 3:45 p.m., to build with Legos, Zoob and straw builders, and other manipulatives. This is
PEACE UNITED CHURCH from page 1 parcel of land on Wilhelmine Street, now known as 1st Street, to the church. Three days later, a larger group of families met and approved a constitution. The families of Herman Backhaus, Fred Buddenhagan, William Doms, Henry Ebenreiter, Herman Geidel, Michael Geidel, August Kirchner, William Krahn, Phillip Meinhardt, Carl Prost, Charles Schaefer, Christ Schaefer,