I was a stranger and you invited me in..." 
Matthew 25:35 NIV
Join us for a fun filled evening
down memory lane

Listen as Garry Wesley takes us back to the King of Rock n Roll. Sing along as Garry performs and pays tribute with classics from Elvis's early years as well as his later years.

Also enjoy listening to his wife Elaine as she sings some of Patsy Cline's finest songs.

Enjoy a Prime Rib dinner/buffet and a great show as you support NATH - Frederick Place.

Tickets are $45.00 each

Get your tickets at Dinky Diner, Unique Creations , as well as stopping at Frederick Place NOW.
It's Brat Sale Time
We kicked off our brat sale season at Sentry Foods in St. Germain on June 18th, with another one hot on the heels in Eagle River on June 30th.

Coming in July don't forget we do deliver during our Rhinelander Brat Sale. Click on the order form below and return it to have delicious brats delivered right to your door.
by Tammy Modic
Fun and physical labor
 equal enjoying your job

Over the course of the past two weeks I have been a part of two wonderful fundraising events that tested my stamina, strength, and fun spirit. I’m talking about the E-cycle event and the Brewer Fun Bus.
At the E-cycle event I stood next to a dozen or so other volunteers in the bright sunshine and unloaded, hauled, weighed, sorted, lifted, and pulled around electronic items that partners of NATH-Frederick Place brought to Charter NEX Films on Highway 8 to recycle. Friday morning started out on the slow side as we had a business signed up every half hour to bring their recyclables. Then 11:30 a.m. rolled around and the public began to line up in the parking lot of Charter NEX Films and south on Highway 8 all the way to the airport entrance. This line of cars, trucks, and trailers was steady until 2 p.m. with partners telling us they were in line for 30 minutes or more. We never knew what to expect but were pleasantly surprised at the turnout. By 6 p.m. Friday, with little to no stopping we had managed to fill one and a half tractor trailers full of electronics that are now staying out of the landfills.
Saturday morning we started again at 9 a.m. with a line of cars waiting to recycle their electronics. This line never stopped until noon when the event was over. With our partners, Good News Project from Wausau, we filled almost 3 tractor trailers.  Bettina, project manager from Good News Project, told us that this was the largest off-site, two-day event they had done since she began working for Good News.
We will not know the results of this great first-time event for a while, but we sure know that this was a win-win for NATH-Frederick Place, Good News Project, and the public. We were asked several times by those attending this event whether we would be doing it again. It is our intention to continue this partnership with Good News Project and put the wheels in place to hold this again in 2019. Watch NATH Notes in the future for more details.
Then on Wednesday, June 27 th I got to join thirty-seven others in cheering on the Milwaukee Brewers, as we joined forces with our sponsor Ripco Credit Union to take our first ever Brewer Fun Bus to Milwaukee. Along the four-hour trip we sat back, watched a movie, and let Bob drive us to Milwaukee. We also did a 50/50 raffle and raffled off a great prize package from Ripco Credit Union. When we arrived at Miller Park, Bob got our bus in the front row and we were able to enjoy our lunch that was prepared by Dinky Diner. The game itself was fun to watch, even though the Brewers did not manage to pull off a win. It was a good feeling gathering back and the bus to have Bob drive us back to Rhinelander, On the return route we stopped in Oshkosh for dinner, raffled off 4 Brewer Cubs tickets, 4 tickets to the Milwaukee Zoo, and two passes and parking to EAA that were donated by Sports Radio 96.5. We also had another 50/50 raffle. We ended our trip by watching another movie and arriving at Home Depot where we had parked our cars around 10:30 p.m. It sure was a fun day at work. 
We do intend to have another Brewer Fun Bus next year and hope to make it a weekend game against the Chicago Cubs. Thank you to all who attended and hope to see more of you on the bus next year.
Lambeau Field Workers Needed
Interested in going to Lambeau Field to help run a concession stand to benefit NATH - Frederick Place? We need volunteers to travel to Lambeau Field for home games, to work at concession stands. They are long days, lots of work, but worth getting a chance to see Lambeau Field.

If interested, please go to our website www.nathnorthwoods.com. In the upper right hand corner you will see the Sign Up Genius Logo for fundraising events Click on that logo to see when the games are and when we need help. If you decide to help Tammy Modic will contact you to have you do some readings and take a quiz about food and alcohol sales. Youth age 14 or older may help, if accompanied by an adult.

Dates Available:
August 4, August 9
August 16, September 9
September 16, September 30
October 15, November 11
December 2, December 9
December 30
and then of course, when we make the playoffs,
any home games that happen.
Coming Soon
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This year our 1st prize is a 6' x 8' homemade playhouse built by Zach Olds, at Rhinelander High School, doing an independent study with the Building Trade class. This playhouse will be on display during the 4th of July parade in Rhinelander and at future events.
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In Loving Memory

Pat Emerick

Fun times at a Brewer Game
A big thank you goes out to Ripco Credit Union for sponsoring the first Brewer Fun Bus for NATH - Frederick Place. Even though it was a close game, the Brewers didn't come out on top this time.

Thank you also to Dinky Diner for providing the "Lunch Boxes" and beverages for the bus, and thank you to Sports Radio 95.6 for their advertising and other raffle prizes.
I would like to thank Frederick Place for all the wonderful things they do for our community and for the people in need of their service.
My sister Jackie won two tickets for the Brewer Fun Bus on the Frederick Place Facebook Page! She invited me as her guest to go with her, and one of my other sisters bought her ticket for only $ 95. W hat a deal!
We had such a great time on the bus and at the game. Even though the Brewers lost, it came right down to the bottom of the ninth inning. They even had to look at the review to make sure the runner at first base was out before they called the game. So it was a little nail-biter right to the very end, but nevertheless it was a great game. We enjoyed ourselves!
On the bus raffles were held from Sports Radio 96.5 and Ripco Credit Union. All the proceeds from these raffles and two 50/50 raffles went to Frederick Place. The first raffle was from Ripco Credit Union, and I won it thanks to Becky giving me her tickets! I couldn't d have asked for a better birthday gift. Here is what was in that wonderful gift - two large thermal totes, two water bottles, four can koozies, a pizza cutter, a two-person portable hammock, plus some chip clips and this beautiful garden globe ball.
Thank-you Ripco, I love everything and will put them all to good use!! - Tammy Mueller
Faces of NATH
by Susan Statezny
I’ve known for weeks whose success story I was going to share with you this month, but as my luck would have it, everything went to hell, and I forgot all about Faces of NATH until I returned to work two days ago. So, on the day I should have submitted my prose to my amazing grammar fixer, I had not written a line. I tend to be a “procrastinating perfectionist,” which means I complete my piece three days before it is due, obsessively review it, make changes, and reluctantly hit send at the last minute always feeling it could be better. The thought of writing, reviewing, and making changes in a day or two left me panic stricken. There was no way I could do justice to the amazing woman I had planned on profiling in such a short window of time. Thankfully I had an “aha” moment and knew what I would share with you.
For those of you who do not know, my daughter Anna also works at Frederick Place which is really cool. Cool until we both unexpectedly need to be away. Last week we had one of those unexpected events. Anna had been dealing with a multitude of health issues for two weeks and by the time she gave in and went to the ER, she was a very ill young lady. She quickly received definitive diagnoses of mono and strep throat. Secondary to these illnesses and their duration, Anna’s liver was not functioning well as evidenced by the yellow tinge to her skin and the whites of her eyes. Her overall condition was serious enough that the hospitalist was not comfortable monitoring her here, so the decision was made to transfer Anna to a hospital with a specialist. There was even a discussion about sending her to Madison on the chance her liver continued to get worse - which truly freaked me out. In the end she received an ambulance ride to St. Clare’s in Weston. She spent three days there receiving fluids and not eating anything so her liver could take a break from its part in the digestion process. Anna continues to have increased energy every day but still has a long road ahead of her. She also learned a valuable lesson, and I’m betting she will never again hesitate to go to the doctor.

As luck would have it this all happened when Jamie was in Wisconsin Dells on a long awaited family vacation. Becca was already facing four 12 hour shifts, and Tammy D. was on a long stretch of covering house hours, brat sales, and fundraising. Tammy Modic (aka: Tammy, FL, Fearless Leader) had her usual crazy schedule along with two full days of the long awaited e-cycle fundraising event. Anna Mae, our go to gal for picking up hours, was working at her other job. Even with all of these factors, I received a text from my fellow musketeers while in the ER, letting me know my hours for that first night were covered, and I should focus on being Anna’s mom. Thanks to Tammy’s creative scheduling and the willingness of our Fred Family and extended Fred Family, all of our hours were covered by the employment of longer shifts, split shifts, Anna Mae’s crazy shifts, and help from our extended Fred Family. The “insane hours” award goes to Anna Mae. After working her 12 hour overnight shift she went straight to Frederick Place to work a morning shift. When I called her crazy, she replied that she would do anything she could to insure I could be with Anna. Anna Mae was also our rock when we were in the ER. Her presence made both of us feel less anxious and comforted. Jackie Schmieder, a board member and night owl, worked part of an overnight shift which gave FL a break before her marathon fundraiser day. Our wonderful intern Melissa no longer lives in Rhinelander but drove two hours both ways to cover a 12 hour shift. Jamie was out of town and unable to help, but I know without a doubt if she’d been in town she would have pitched in. We also received support through texts, emails, and virtual hugs. When I returned to work, Tammy shared that this temporary crisis was a testament to the amazing team we have, and I couldn’t agree more. She also shared that the only complaint she received was that they couldn’t do more!

Anna and I are truly blessed to be part of this amazing team. We are not a team because we work together; we are a team because we are dedicated to each other and the work we do. We are a team because we respect, love, and care for each other. We are a team because we go above and beyond to help each other out. We are a team because we have each other’s backs. We are a family because, as Springsteen’s song goes, “We Take Care of Our Own.”

Thank you, ladies, for taking care of Anna and me. I cannot find the words to truly convey how much your love and support means to us. You are all like stars in the sky. We couldn’t see you, but we always knew you were there.
E-cycling Event held in Rhinelander

Thank you to Charter NEX Films for hosting our 1st Annual E-cycle Event.

Good News Project partnered with us to present our 1st Annual E-cycle Event on June 22/23.

It was a huge success. On Friday, we had already filled a full semi and a half. We completed the second truck and another on Saturday.

Thank you to all our volunteers for coming out and working hard, as well as all the folks from Good News Project.

We look forward to seeing you again next year at our E-cycle Event.
Donation of care bags from the Women of Steel from Expera Specialty Solutions - Rhinelander.

Thank you to all.
presented Tammy Modic with a check as well as bags full of wishlist items they purchased after Tammy spoke to their group in May.
Annual Golf Scramble
We did not let a little rain stop us from having a great time at our Annual Golf Scramble held on June 3rd at Northwood Golf Club. The 24 teams not only spent time on the golf course but also purchased raffle tickets, mulligans, and tried to win a chance for four to golf again this beautiful course.

Shown to the right are our winning golf teams from the front 9 and back 9 nine. Top: Carol Zierden, Adam Schmidt, Josh Willis, Calob Stoleman Bottom: Kris Rau, Tim Rau, Jenny Friday, Ken Lopas

The event included 39 hole sponsors, along with our hole in one sponsors Rhinelander GM & Toyota and Wickersham Jewelers. Eagle Sponsors included: BMO Harris, Crash Analysis Consulting, Quality Collision, Pine Point Realty, Rhinelander GM & Toyota, PCA, Wisconsin Benefit Planning, Dalhquist Trucking and Professional Automotive. This year we added two ball sponsors, Business Insurance Group and Woodruff TV & Appliance.

All in all the event was a huge success with a profit of just under $10,000.

For information about becoming a part of this great event next year, keep watching NATH Notes.
Ways you can become a NATH Partner and donate 
Introducing the new Humble Partner Program
Pay Pal Giving Fund
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As a leading retailer of digital games and eBooks, Humble Bundle offers its customers the opportunity to support a charity with every purchase they make.
Using Humble Bundle’s existing Choose Your Own Charity feature during checkout, customers can choose to benefit your charity with any purchase they make on the  Humble Store  or selected  Bundles . To help raise even more funds for good causes, Humble Bundle are also introducing the Humble Partner program for charities .


A New Way
to Donate
We’ve joined the Buzz Points network! Buzz Points has partnered with Ripco Credit Union or Park City Credit Union to give their cardholders a free rewards program.
 Here’s how it works:

Ripco Credit Union
Park City Credit Union

Cardholders earn points for every dollar they spend using their enrolled debit or credit card.
When enough points are accrued, they can be redeemed for rewards to local or national  businesses. Points can also be redeemed as a monetary donation to local charities on the Buzz Point network.
If you’re a cardholder of either establishment, it’s now easier than ever to donate to a local cause. When your ready to redeem your points, our organization will be listed in the Buzz Points online and mobile Rewards Directory. Please consider donating in this manner to NATH.
If you debit or credit card is not registered go to  https://www.buzzpoints.com/

Thrivent Making a Difference
Are you a member of Thrivent?

Apply for your Thrivent action Team to assist NATH.

Go to Thrivent.com/action team to get started. Here are some questions you may see when applying. What is the need you and your volunteer team want to tackle? How will your volunteer team spread generosity in your community? When will your project take place? How will you use your $250 seed money to make a bigger impact?

Once you submit your application, it’s typically review within a few days. When you project is approved, you will get to customize a hand packed Thrivent action kit based on what your team needs, including promotional banner, Live Generously T-shirts, step by step guides, invitations, thank you notes and a $250 Community Impact Card to use as seed money to get your project off the ground.

Some of the ways you could help NATH/Frederick Place, would be as a sponsor for Summer Raffle, Anniversary Benefit, Harvest Hoedown, Soup for Shelters, Golf Scramble or by preparing a meal or two for the house residents. Any contributions are greatly appreciated.

Amazon Smile
When you shop online!
Thank you to all who use Amazon Smiles
to Help NATH when you shop

What is AmazonSmile?

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at  smile.amazon.com , you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as  Amazon.com , with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. You can choose from nearly one million organizations to support.

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To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to  smile.amazon.com  from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You may also want to add a bookmark to  smile.amazon.com  to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile.
NATH Wish List
Each month many partners in the community donate meals to Frederick Place. This month NATH and Frederick Place thank the following groups.  
Carly Ratliff
Dan Rondello
First Congregational United Church of Christ - Rhinelander
Human Service Center
Immanuel Lutheran Church
Jenni Hanson
Kathy Smith
Montessori School
Nativity Parish Nurses
Pine Groove Church
Rhinelander Café and Pub
The Table – St. Augustine Episcopal Church - Rhinelander
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church – Rhinelander
Watz Family
Xylina Graf & family
Open Meal Dates