THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR A GREAT INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION!
A very large crowd attended St. Germain’s Independence Day Celebration on Sunday, July 3rd to participate in a full day of Patriotic Fun festivities.
The day started with a Freedom 5K run through the wooded trails of the Awassa property and ending at the community park while a craft show was getting underway. Free family events were spread throughout park including horse drawn wagon rides, casting lessons, Whimsey in the Woods chain carving demonstrations, St Germain and Plum Lake Fire Departments equipment displays and public interaction, DNR K9 officer, Vilas County K9 demonstrations, Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl performers, Smokey Bear, DNW fire staff, Krafts Kuddly Kritters petting zoo, Trees For Tomorrow and Loon Watch educational information, music by the Old Pine Road Band and Tom Mijal and Polka Access, a flyover to begin the parade and, finally, fireworks at dusk.
The parade route was packed with thousands of spectators. The "Crowd Pleaser Award" went to Lakeside Lutheran High School Warrior Marching Band from Lake Mills, with Judges’ Choice going to Chamberlain’s Eagle View Resort.
The Town Independence Day planning committee thanks the many sponsors who made the day possible:
Premier Powersports & Marine
Elmer’s Fun Park
St Germain Chamber of Commerce
St Germain Women’s Service Club
St Germain Lion’s Club
St Germain Evangelical Free Church
St Germain ATV/UTV Club
St. Germain United Church of Christ Thrift Shop
Cira’s Red, White and Brew
Clearview Supper Club
Colonial House Laundromat
Eagle River Cabinets
Eliason Realty of the North
Foley’s Tree Service
Last Cast Outfitters
Meyer & Associates Insurance
North Woods Rest Motel
Northwind Iron Company
Parson of Eagle River
Paul’s Rent All
Pub N Prime
ReMax Property Brothers of Eagle River
St Germain Rentals
The World Snowmobile Headquarters of Eagle River
Timbers Bar & Grill
A special recognition to Independence Day Celebration Committee members JoAnne Dewig and Jeff Sauer for their extraordinary dedication to details and countless hours of planning and coordination. More than anyone, it was their efforts that made the day a huge success!