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TWO Beautiful German Shepherd Dogs STILL MISSING!

ZOE is seven years old and SASHA is a puppy that's six months old. Very friendly dogs. They are both house dogs. ZOE doesn't have her collar on. SASHA has a teal colored collar on. They live at N-4315 Pine Road in Birnamwood. South of Mud Lake. If you  have seen them or heard of them PLEASE, PLEASE call 715.297.3019, my name is Ray or call 715.297.3018 for my wife Jenny. We miss them dearly. Please DO NOT try to chase or call their names, just call 715.297.3018. Thank you!

 Let The Sun Shine In Hair     April 15            Grand Theater, Downtown Wausau

HAIR! The Broadway musical live on stage is a joyous celebration of youth and a poignant journey through a tumultuous 1960s America!One show only! Tuesday, April 15 at 7:30pm. Tickets: $75/$69.50/$65. Get your show tickets today by calling 715.842.0988/888.239.0421 or www.grandtheater.org. (Contains adult content. Performed without nudity.)

Administrative Professionals Event     April 16        Wausau                                                      Curing Adultitis:Your Prescription for Less Stress & More Success at Work The International Association of Administrative Professionals - Wausau Chapter presents its 9th Annual Administrative Professionals Event 2014 with Jason Kotecki on April 16, at the Jefferson Street Inn in downtown Wausau. Free parking for event attendees. Early Bird Members $60 until 3/28/14 Early Bird Prospective $70 until 3/28/14 Early Bird Students $20 until 3/28/14 Register at www.iaap-wausau.org For questions contact Catherine Marshall at cmarshall@samuelsgroup.net

Bike Trail Clean-Up            April 16        Wausau                                                                          The Community is invited to participate in a Bike Trail Clean-up Acitivity on Wednesday afternoon, April 16th  from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Gather at the Marathon County Library - Lower West Parking Lot.&#160.

BFA 2014 Senior Exhibition    April 17-May 5     Stevens Point                                              Carlsten Art Gallery, 1800 Portage Street in Stevens Point presents the BFA 2014 Senior Exhibition. Group 1 dates: April 17-27. Group 2 dates: May 1-11. Group 3 dates: April 26-May 5. For gallery hours and more information visit www.uwsp.edu/art-design

ExporTech    April-May                                                                                                        ExporTech An Export Acceleration System for Achieving Profitable Growth Dates:April 17, May 22, 2014 Time: 8am-5pm at Northwest Regional Planning Commission 1400 S. River Street in Spooner, Wisconsin. It is the only national export assistance program that offers a structured, yet customizable process that guides companies through every aspect of export growth. Target Audience: Company Executives including CEO, Owner, VP/Director of International Sales, VP/Director of Sales and Marketing Contact: Joni Geroux, 715-232-5270, gerouxj@uwstout.edu Register at: http://www.uwstout.edu/profed/exportech/index.cfm This program is being hosted by University of Wisconsin-Stout's Professional Education Programs & Services and UW-Stout Wisconsin Manufacturing Outreach Center (MOC). http://www.uwstout.edu/moc/about/index.cfm

Fairland Bluegrass Performs           April 19         Marshfield                                                        Fairland Bluegrass, a five-piece family band with three-part "blood blend" harmony, has been wowing Midwest audiences since 2008. They make their third April appearance in as many years at Chestnut Avenue Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 19 at 7:30pm. Tickets: $10 in advance; $13 at the door. To reserve advance tickets (available until noon on Friday, April 18) contact Chestnut Center at (715) 389-8999 or office@chestnutarts.org. The Center is located in downtown Marshfield at the corner of Third Street and Chestnut Avenue.

Ladies Lifestyle Expo         April 22            Merrill                                                                         The Ladies Lifestyle Expo takes place on Tuesday, April 22nd at the Smith Center in Merrill, Hwy. 107, just north of Merrill! The center will be filled with booths and displays featuring tips for yourself, your home and your life. Doors open at 5. Fashion & Hair Style shows at 7. Admission is free! Proceeds benefit the Merrill Area United Way. See you there!

All You Can Eat Smelt Fry          April 23             Marshfield                                                          The Colby Lions Club is sponsoring an All You Can Eat Smelt Fry at the Colby Lions Pavilion on Wednesday, April 23 from 3:30pm to 7:30pm. Prices to be determined. Drive Thru and carryouts will be available. Yum!

Spring Open House            April 24                    Weston                                                          Dermarenew Medical Cosmetic Care Spring Open House takes place on Thursday, April 24th from 4pm-7pm. Prizes, Botox demo, mineral makeup demo, new products, new services, event-only specials, and goodie bags (to the first 100 attendees. Special guests from SkinMedica/Latisse, Allergan (Botox, Juvederm), GloMinerals. Come and learn about the latest non-surgical aesthetic treatments and skin care. For more information visit www.dermarenew.com.

Our Town                     April 24-27                                                                                             Oasis Theater Ensemble presents "Our Town" April 24-27 in  association with Everest Academy for the Arts, we present Thornton Wilder's classic American play about life, love, death and time. Powerfully simple. Thursday - Saturday performances at 7:30pm. Sunday Matinee at 2pm. Tickets ($12 adult, $10 senior/student) available at www.showtix4u.com or at the door.

UWSP Soiree Musicale        April 25            Stevens Point
Join us for Soirée Musicale 2014. The Annual Scholarship Fundraiser is presented by the UWSP Department of Music. The event takes place on Friday, April 25 at UW-Stevens Point campus at Noel Fine Arts Center starting at 6pm. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at the Department of Music or uwsp.edu/music. 

Early Childhood Education Conference       April 25 & 26                                                            Please join UW-Stout for their 36th annual Early Childhood Education Conference. Historically, the University of Wisconsin-Stout has provided a program that has included a wealth of developmentally appropriate curriculum ideas for children, from birth to eight years of age. This year we have consolidated the conference into Friday and Saturday sessions with a variety of topics for infant and toddler caregivers, preschool teachers, kindergarten and primary teachers, curriculum specialists, administrators and parents. Exhibitors will be on-site with the latest educational resources, materials and innovative equipment. For further information and pricing, please visit the link below: http://www.uwstout.edu/profed/ece/ececonf/ececonf_intro.cfm

MS Walk 2014       April 26           Rothschild & Marshfield
Join us for the 2014 MS Walk on Saturday, April 26 at the Patriot Center, 10101 Market Street in Rothschild and at Wildwood Park, 1800 S. Roddis Avenue in Marshfield. For more information or to register go to www.wisms.org

Outdoor Gear Swap Meet             April 26             Stevens Point                                                    The Friends of Standing Rocks Committee is hosting an inaugural outdoor gear swap meet. The event will be held on Saturday, April 26th at the Portage County Parks Department maintenance shed at 1903 County Hwy Y, Stevens Point (1/4 mile north of Jordan Park) from 10:30am - 2pm.

Genealogy Help         April 27           Wausau                                                                               The Marathon County Historical Society is proud to welcome a representative from the Marathon County Register of Deeds to our next genealogical lecture, The Register of Deeds & Your Family History. The presentation will be held at the Woodson History Center on Sunday, April 27 at 1:30pm. Learn about the many records collected at the Marathon County Register of Deeds and how they can help further family tree searches. Available resources include legal documents such as marriage licenses; birth and death certificates; and land deeds. These primary sources often include critical clues like names and dates that can help researchers find distant relatives. Find out how to access these records, costs involved, and how the staff can assist in research. No registration is required and there is no fee, however donations are appreciated. For more information please call the Marathon County Historical Society at 715-842-5750. The Woodson History Center is located at 410 McIndoe Street, Wausau. No reservations required; no admission fee, but donations appreciated.

UWSP Arts & Culture Outreach Programs        Stevens Point                                                March-Get Published/Photo Preservation Workshop (details coming soon)/Peruvian Cuisine/Taking Control of Your Digital Camera/The Art of Crafting a Novel. April-Clarence Darrow:  A One Man Play/ Fun and Functional Ceramics (details coming soon)Flash Photography for DSLR Users (details coming soon)/Chinese Cooking (details coming soon). May-Clutter Busting Made Easy Summer -Relaxation and Renewal/Brain Gym 101/  Camp COFAC/  Point Tap Festival. Travel Opportunities-Art & Culture in Mallorca, Spain (April 2014)British Mystery Writers:Cornwall, CrimeFest (May 2014)Cycling in Mallorca, Spain (April 2014)Cycling in Italy (September 2014) New York Theatre Trip. (Fall 2014)For more information call UW-Stevens Point Continuing Education at 715-346-3838/800-898-9472.

Gem, Mineral, Fossil & Jewelry Show       May 3-4          Marshfield                                                 Mark your calendars for the 41st Annual Gem, Mineral, Fossil & Jewelry Show. May 3rd from 10am-5pm and May 4th from 10am – 4pm at Marshfield High School Fieldhouse, 1401 Becker Road in Marshfield. Featuring "Marvelous Minerals, Awesome Agates and Fantastic Fossils". Dealers, displays, rock identification, kid's activities, continuous silent auctions, FREE admission, donations accepted for scholarship. For more information contact Cynthia Kelman, 715-387-8782, kelman@tznet.com

Living River Quartet in Concert            May 2          Wausau                                                        Come hear songs from Living River Quartet in Concert - The Reason on Friday, May 2nd at Highland Community Church. Their music is a blend of contemporary praise and worship, gospel and a capella styles. Concert begins at 7pm. Doors open at 6:30pm. Highland Community Church is located at 1005 N. 28th Avenue in Wausau. Admission is free! A love offering will be taken to support Living River. Please join us!

Herbs for Health & Nourishment    May 5           Wausau                                                          Please join us for Herbs For Health & Nourshment on May 5 from 6-7:15pm in Wausau. Linda Conroy, co owner of Moonwise Herbs LLC in Sheboygan will present the program. Moonwise Herbs programs are designed to cultivate earth wisdom through herbal and whole food education. The cost to attend this program is $5 per person. Master Gardener Volunteers may attend at no cost. Pre-registration is required due to limited seating. Register by May 1. The program is open to the public.To register, send a check payable to UW-Extension to: Herbs For Health & Nourishment, 212 River Dr, Ste 3, Wausau, WI 54403. Questions? Call 715-261-1230. Visit the UW-Extension Horticulture website for other gardening programs: http://marathon.uwex.

Run for Hospice Early Registration Is Open!!      EVENT: May 10                                                   Run For Hospice fundraiser Sat., May 10, 2014 Fabiano Distributing, 7205 Zinser St., Weston, Wi 5/10K walk/race. Proceeds used to fund community care room for patients w/financial need @ Aspirus Hospice House. Registration begins @ 8am, race @ 9:30. $25 by May 3rd, $30. May 4-8, $35 same day. Team spirit awards, kids carnival, food, drinks, music by Brad Emanuel. www.runforhospice.net

5K Falcon Walk/Run            May 10               Amherst                                                                 The Tomorrow River Schools Wellness Committee in Amherst is hosting their 1st Annual 5K Falcon Walk/Run on Saturday May 10,All the information you need to register for this event can be found on their  website, http://www.amherst.k12.wi.us/  or you may pick up a registration form in the Amherst school district office, 357 Main Street in  Amherst. The race will start at 9am. The route will begin and end at the school.This race will take place rain or shine.  Runners, walkers, wheelchairs, and strollers are welcome. Please no dogs, bikes, or rollerblades. Please come and join us for a fun filled day!!

The Promise Walk for Preeclampsia                    May 10                     Wausau                              Join us for a family friendly 1 mile walk with fun activities, silent auctions and drawings! The Promise Walk for Preeclampsia™ takes place on May 10 in Wausau and supports the mission of the Preeclampsia Foundation as they provide patient support and education, raise public awareness, catalyze research and improve health care practices for millions of mothers and their babies every year who are impacted by preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. The event will begin at 9am and will be held at Doepke Park, 2200 South Mountain Rd., Rib Mountain. Cost is $10 per child, $20 per adult or $25 per adult/day of walk. For more information, please visit www.promisewalk.org/wausau

Kolor for Kids Fun Fest      May 17         Wausau                                                                          Get ready to Kolor your world and change a child's life!! Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Kolor for Kids Fun Fest benefiting Children's Miracle Network. This colorful event will feature a day full of fun for all ages. Kolor for Kids Fun Fest will be held at the Wausau School Forest on Saturday May 17th. The 5K Run/Walk will begin at 10am. Participants will start wearing white and end sprinkled in an array of fabulous colored cornstarch powder. For a complete list of activities and 5K registration information, go to www.kolorforkids.com.

Chicago & North Western Historical Society Flea Market/SwapMeet &Hobby Sale     May 18           The Chicago & North Western Historical Society will be holding their Annual Railroad Flea Market, Swap Meet & Hobby Sale on Sunday, May 18th from 9am to 3pm at the Days Inn, 101 Sky Harbour Drive in LaCrosse. (Interstate 90 Airport Exit 2, La Crosse). Buy, sell & trade a broad selection of scale model trains, railroad books, magazines, hobby supplies & railroad memorabilia and more! Admission is $5. Children under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult.

LEAN Organization Series            June/July           Menomonie                                                     LEAN Organization Series Training Schedule is a Four day series offered by the University of Wisconsin-Stout; attend any single day or the full series. JUNE 4 & 5 and July 9 & 10 – UW-Stout campus Session 1: LEAN Basics Session 2: Value Stream/Process Mapping – the Most Critical LEAN Tool Session 3: Dealing with Challenging Teams and Change Readiness Session 4: LEAN Processes Need a LEAN Management System MORE INFORMATION: http://www.uwstout.edu/profed/lean/adminlean/LEAN-Organization-Series.cfm Location: University of Wisconsin-Stout 302 10th Ave. Menomonie, WI 54751 Contact: Terese Wentworth, 715-232-5483 wentwortht@uwstout.edu

CRUM RUN Poker Run      June 7        Athens                                                                                The Crum Family & Angels of Miracles are hosting a Poker Runs called the Crum Run on June 7, with the Headquarters being at The Last Straw, 1295 County Road F, Athens, WI in honor of David Crum. The Run Starts at 10am Registration from 8:30 to 9:45am. (FREE Coffee/Donuts and $5 Bloody's) The Poker Run is held to raise awareness and money for Childhood Colitis & Crohn's Diseases. The Crum family lost David Crum who past away this past year. He suffered for years from Ulcerative Colitis which caused scar tissue over time from inflammation. Ultimately he passed away from a rare and terminal cancer called Cholangiocarcinoma. Also known as bile duct cancer. Pre registration: $25 for Entry Fee - 1 poker hand - event tee - 2 drink tickets $5 for 2nd hand. Day of registration: $30 for Entry Fee - 1 poker hand - event tee (while supplies lastl) - 2 drink tickets $5 for 2nd hand. POKER RUN ROUTE: START: The Last Straw 1. Eddie's 2. Foxies 3. Memory Lanes 4. Landmark 5. Red Granite 6. Jumper's 7. The Last Straw BEFORE THE RUN: - Coffee & Donuts - Bloody Mary Bar AFTER THE RUN: - PIG & CORN ROAST - Live Music provided by: Awesome Mother Pluckers - Bucket Raffles - Gun Raffle drawing (Pre-sale tickets) For More Information: Call: 715.370.7297 Email: crumrun@angelsofmiracles.org Website: www.crumrun.angelsofmiracles.org

Rural Alcohol Drugs Conference         June 8-12       Menomonie                                                 2014 National Rural Institute on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Conference provides participants the opportunity to personally interact with other rural alcohol and drug abuse professionals, federal agency representatives and nationally known institute faculty and resource individuals while accessing the latest in evidence-based practices for the improvement of rural services. The program takes place June 8-12. Sunday, 10am-10pm, Monday, 8:30am-9pm, Tuesday, 8:30am-7pm, Wednesday, 8:30am-6pm (6pm-10pm, optional), Thursday, 8:30a,-12:00pm. The event takes place at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Memorial Student Center, 302 10th Ave., Menomonie. Fee: $545 (early registration rate), is inclusive of lodging, meals, instruction and scheduled activities. Preconference activity fees vary. For more information visit http://www.uwstout.edu/profed/nri/index.cfm

Good News Project        June 14         Wausau                                                                              Good News Project proudly presents the first annual Caribbean Market. Join us on the 400 Block in downtown Wausau, on Saturday June 14th, from 11am – 3pm. Experience the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the Caribbean, along with live music and activities for the family. Browse through the vendors selling fruits, vegetables, flowers, spices, sauces, fabrics, baskets and more. Wander downtown and visit many local businesses that are offering Caribbean-inspired items in their stores. This event is open to the public with no admission charged.

34th Annual Fleazaar        July 16       Manitowish Waters                                                               Mark your calendars for Manitowish Waters Presbyterian Community Church "34th Annual Fleazaar" July16th from 7am-2pm at Manitowish Waters Presbyterian Community church, Hwy. 51 & Maraton Rd. (1 block South of Hwy.W) Items sold: Appliances, antiques, boats, bicycles books, collectibles, crafts, jewelry, electronics, bakery, furniture, glassware/dishes, hardware, kitchenware, lamps, sporting goods, toys, yard equipment and much, much more! Lunch available! All proceeds go to local, national and world wide charities.

5th Annual Fun Run Walk Ride             August 16                                                                         On August 16, 2014, the Wisconsin Lions Camp will be hosting its 5th Annual Fun Run, Walk and Ride. This event is for runners, walkers, and bikers of all different skill levels. Proceeds raised at this event support our Summer Camp Program that provides a free camp experience for Wisconsin youth and adults with disabilities. The 5K run or walk and 10K run will be held on the beautifully maintained nature trails of the Wisconsin Lions Camp. Both the 15 mile and 30 mile bike rides start and end at the Camp and take you through a scenic countryside. Both events are chip-timed. The 5K and 10K courses are certified (WI-11021-DM). More information along with registration can be found here: http://www.wlf.info/events/fun-run-walk-ride/

A hangout place for the physically handicapped and Elderly to congregate, play cards and games, watch TV, and see movies every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through May 6, 2015. A hangout place is located at 215 Thomas Street in Wausau- Elder Sanctuary Tower and Hall Building (old church) It is handicapped accessible in back parking lot. For more information contact Kevin WEB LINK https://www.facebook.com/groups/theafternoongogettersofmarathoncounty/

Please Stay Alert! School's In Session! Please help keep children safe! Be extra careful when driving at or near schools or playgrounds.

Help Homeless Animals! Support Your Local Animal Shelter
Your contribution to the Humane Societies across the area are tax deductible and are of tremendous help! You can help keep your pets safe by following the tips for cold weather protection, traveling with pets and safety issues, a well as behavior guidance, go to www.paw-rescue.org and click the Dog Tips link.

Northwoods Wildlife Center in Minocqua
You can help our animal friends with any of these items off the Northwoods Wildlife Center's Wish List. Items include: sheets, blankets, towels, paper towels, worms or night crawlers, fresh whole fish, dry dog food, Gas, cards, postage stamps, cleanser w/bleach and more! For more information, please call 715.356.7400 or email: general@northwoodswilldlifecenter.com. The NORTHWOODS WILDLIFE CENTER Working For A Better Future For Wildlife, Through Rehabilitation And Education or visit them online at www.northwoodswildlifecenter.com.

Wisconsin First Breath Program Information                                                                      Currently, at least 13 percent of women in Wisconsin smoke during pregnancy--that's higher than the national average of 9 percent. Smoking while pregnant can lead to a host of complications, such as miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth, low birth-weight, birth defects and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Wisconsin's First Breath Program provides quit-smoking counseling to expectant mothers. In addition, Badger Care Plus members who are pregnant and smoke may be eligible to participate in Striving to Quit. Striving to Quit is a study that offers many of the benefits of the First Breath Program, with two additional benefits: participants may be eligible for cash incentives for quitting smoking, plus up to a year of post-partum quit support. For more information on First Breath, visit http://www.wwhf.org/programs/first-breath / For more information on the Striving to Quit study, visit: http://www.strivingtoquit.org   For additional resources on smoking and tobacco use, visit http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/tobacco/

Anyone in the U.S. can call the National Tobacco Quit line at 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or go on line to www.WiQuitLine.org  

The Marathon County UW-Extension website   http://marathon.uwex.edu/master-gardener  has wonderful horticulture resources – including publications that can be printed, other gardening resources, educational programs and events that are open to the public. 

Wheels To Work NEEDS DONATIONS!                                                                                             Is getting to work a problem? The Wisconsin Employment Transportation Assistance Program can help get you there with WHEELS TO WORK! Right now, they're in need of donated vehicles! People donating their vehicle will receive a 1098-c Form and can be used for a tax deduction while helping qualified clients get reliable and affordable transportation to and from work for family sustaining employment and independence. To donate your vehicle and to find out more about the program, call 715.261.8719 or visit www.watea.org.

Inside ARTSblock      Grand Theater, Downtown Wausau
Get your show tickets today by calling 715.842.0988/888.239.0421 or www.grandtheater.org.

Central For The Visual ARTS   Downtown Wausau                                                                        CVA Center For The Visual Arts and is located at 427 N. 4th Street in Downtown Wausau. Visit www.cvawausau.org for upcoming Exhibits and more!

Scarabocchio Art Musuem  Downton Stevens Point                                                                        The Scarabocchio Art Museum is located at 800 Main Street in Stevens Point. Visit www.uwsp.edu/sam for upcoming Exhibits and more!

Edna Carlsten Art Gallery in the Noel Fine Arts Center     Stevens Point                                         For Exhibition schedule and Gallery hours visit www.uwsp.edu/art-design/galleries or for tours call 715.346.4797.  Gallery Exhibitions are Free and Open to the public.

Spanish Speaking AA Meetings      Every Monday           Wausau
The Spanish speaking AA meetings will take place every Monday night, 7-8:30pm in the DeSantis Room (RM 1432) at North Central Health Care, 1100 Lakeview Drive in Wausau. For more information, call 715.848.4600.

WIHFC (Wisconsin Health Freedom Coalition) Monthly Meeting
4th Wed. of every Month           Wausau
WIHFC (Wisconsin Health Freedom Coalition) will present a FREE 1-hour informational meeting the 4th Wednesday of every month at 7pm at the Wausau Legion Hall, 1001 Golf Club Rd. in Wausau. The WIHFC protects freedom of speech and freedom for Natural Health Choice. The Spirit of Safe Harbor Exemption Bill is to give Wisconsin consumers freedom of choice in healthcare by protecting natural health providers from unwarranted prosecution. Go to www.wihfc.com to learn more. For more information call 715-432-6402 or 920-712-4716

Parents Supporting Parents   Second Tuesday of Every Month         Wausau
A monthly gathering for parents who are concerned about their child's use of drugs or alcohol meets every second Tuesday of every month at 6pm at the Wausau Family Resource Center, 705 S. 24th Avenue in Wausau. For more informal call 715.297.2178.

Wausau's Celiac Support for Adults and Children
Group meets on the first Monday of each month at 6:30pm at Aspirus Hospital in Wausau. For more information, contact Jennifer at 715.298.4060 or email: jknauf@charter.net. Check we, website site for updates on the group and activities at www.celiacinwi.org.

Help Homeless Animals! Support Your Local Animal Shelter
Your contribution to the Humane Societies across the area are tax deductible and are of tremendous help! You can help keep your pets safe by following the tips for cold weather protection, traveling with pets and safety issues, a well as behavior guidance, go to www.paw-rescue.org and click the Dog Tips link.

Red Cross
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies nearly half of the nation's blood; teaches lifesaving skills; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a charitable organization not a government agency and depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit www.redcrossncwi.com

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It's easier than ever for millions of Americans to find volunteer opportunities in their local communities across five key areas of service: Wellness, Community, Health, Financial Security, Environmental Conservation, and Support for Military Families. Just log on to www.IParticipate.org The web site features calendars of events, maps, digital tool kits and uses the power of social networking vehicles like Facebook, making it simple for individuals not only to volunteer, but to recruit friends to join them. Check it out today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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