After an impressive come from behind win in the Semifinal Game versus River Falls on Saturday, the Sheboygan Lakers Squirt B team finished their season by winning the State Championship game by beating Waupun 3-1 on Sunday. Congratulations to the Squirt B team on a great season and will look forward to raising a banner in September!
Sheboygan Lakers Ice Center Annual Rummage, Vendor & Craft Sale - March 23rd from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
54 BOOTHS!! There will be something for everyone.
Also a Brat Fry to enjoy!!
$1 Admission, Kids 12 and under free
1202 S. Wildwood Avenue, Sheboygan
Besides your normal Rummage Sale items, some items up for sale will be:
High fashion jewelry, vinyl records, household goods, Star Wars items, books, handmade aprons, quilted purses, tools, crocheted items, hair flowers and accessories,
recycled art, fishing gear, Hallmark ornaments and collectibles, Chainmaille jewelry, military items, sports collectibles and antiques.
Vendors include: Tastefully Simple, Miche Purses, Scentsy Fragrances, Avon and PartyLite
All proceeds from admissions, Brat Fry and concessions go towards Ice Center upkeep and Skating programs for Kids!! What a good reason to shop and relax!!
The Fredericks/Jorgensen Scholarship is awarded on a yearly basis to a graduating senior in a Sheboygan County high school. Kyle and Rachel were beloved members of the Blue Line family whose attributes exemplified the spirit of amateur athletics toward which we all strive. To qualify for this scholarship, the applicant must have had a longstanding relationship with the Sheboygan Blue Line Association; that is, have either played hockey or been involved in the figure skating program. The scholarship may be used for tuition to attend a technical college, two year or four year college. Since it's inception the Fredericks/Jorgensen Scholarship program has awarded over $13,000 in scholarship funds to deserving blue line skaters. This years application deadline is March 31.
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