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Snow" Or No?

There's snow on the ground in TIMESland - has been for a while now. The bitter cold has eased a bit, so of course there's more snow on the way. This is considered good news by snowmobilers - not so much by the rest of us.

Anyway, most of the Snowmobile and ATV clubs say their trails are in good winter condition, although somewhat icy in spots.The snowmobile trail groomers would like a bit more snow, so they're a bit jealous of parts of Door County that got nearly a foot last weekend, while we on this side of the Bay got only four to five inches of fluff.

FUN EVENTS

Whether your idea of fun is bundling up to play on the ice or in the snow, enjoying a game or two of cards, learning a new skill, sampling new foods, singing or dancing the night away, if you look a bit you can pretty much find whatever you want to do - and some things you probably never even thought of - right here in good old frozen TIMESland.

Ice fishing derbies, snowmobile/ATV rides, and even human ice bowling events and outhouse races are coming up over the next six weeks or so. Senior Centers and church groups all over the county offer afternoons of card playing during these cold winter months. Watch the ads, talk to friends and neighbors, read the news, and watch community bulletin boards for details.

In the winter, trails at Gov. Thompson State Park in the High Falls/Twin Bridge area west of Crivitz are open, and so is the sledding hill. The trails are tracked for diagonal skiers and groomed for skate skiers. The shelter building in the park at Woods Lake is a popular warming area for cross-country skiers, ice fishermen and kids using the sledding hill.

The White Potato Lake Sportsman's Club 29th Annual Ice Fishing Derby is Saturday, Jan. 20th at Wouter's Front II on the shore of White Potato Lake. Fish registration is from 8 am to 3 pm. Cash prizes will be awarded. The day's festivities will take place in an 80' x 40' heated tent. Fun includes raffles, music, hot lunches and refreshments. Tickets sales start at 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19 at Wouter's Front II, and will continue Saturday in the tent.

The 2018 Annual Candlelight Trail Hike at the Copper Culture State Park in Oconto is also on Saturday Jan. 20, 5:30 to 8p.m. Everyone is invited to walk the park's snow covered wooded trails beautifully lit by candles. Refreshments will be served around a warm campfire at the park pavilion.  The event is free and open to the public.  Sponsors are the Oconto County Historical Society, Copper Culture Museum, City of Oconto and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

The Twin City Squares invite new dancers to join them for free square dance lessons on Sunday, January 21, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Merryman School, 611 Elizabeth Ave., Marinette.  They suggest using the back driveway to enter the parking area by the multipurpose room.  Want more information? Call Lloyd and Mary Houle at 906-753-4583 or lloydmaryhoule@yahoo.com.

Or learn to Line Dance at Equity Hall on Highway 64 east of Pound from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, starting on Wednesday, Jan. 31. You don't need a partner to line dance. You don't even need cowboy boots, but they're nice. Club President John Guarisco says to just come and join the fun.

Our Savior's Lutheran Church, at the corner of Pierce Ave. and University Drive in Marinette, is holding a Fireside Potluck fellowship dinner Sunday evening, Jan. 21  at 4:30 p.m. Guest Sharon Powilaites will lead a fireside evening of games and fellowship.  Attendees can learn the rules of and practice a variety of games such as dominoes, sheepshead and smear.  No experience needed. After the games a potluck dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m., so bring a dish to pass. For more information call the church office at 715-735-3101.

The Country Gospel Jam is held on the third Friday of each month at the Stephenson Town Hall at W11280 County Road X, west of Crivitz. This month's evening of songs, food and fellowship is Friday, Jan. 19, from 7 to 9 pm. Bring an instrument to play, a song to sing, or just come and listen or sing along to good gospel music. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. No charge. Refreshments are provided. Bring a dish to share if you want to. For more info, call Don Olson at 715-923-4851.

Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy invites the community to join them for Cabin Fever Night, a fundraiser event to be held on Saturday, Feb. 3, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Riverside Golf Club in Menominee.  For the price of a $45 ticket those who attend get tasty appetizers, a buffet dinner featuring chicken and tender beef tips, chances to win great door prizes and live music featuring artist Alexis Ray. Tickets must be purchased in advance, and are available at the school offices. Call 715-735-7481 for more information.

St. Anne Parish in Lena will be having a "Souper Bowl" Booyah sale on Saturday, Feb. 3, but you need to get your order in by Monday, Jan. 29. Quarts of booyah are $8, two or more are $7 each. Or get the whole meal combo consisting of a quart of booyah, loaf of bread and a homemade pie of your choice for $22. Call orders to the Lena office at 920-829-5222 or the Coleman office at 920-897-3226.  Pick up is on Saturday, Feb. 3 at the St. Anne site, at 221 E Main Street in Lena, between 1 and 4 p.m., or call the Lena number to make special arrangements for Sunday pick ups.

Does your youngster like to play with Legos? Do you like to watch? A Lego Club get together for kids aged 4 to 12 years of age is held at the Coleman Pound Library on Main Street in Coleman on the fourth Monday of every month, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. This month's session is Monday, Jan. 22.

ON THE SOAP BOX SCHOOL CHOICE

Again this year, Wisconsin's Governor Scott Walker has joined dozens of other governors and hundreds of local government leaders across the nation by officially proclaiming Jan. 21-27 as School Choice Week in Wisconsin.

We in Wisconsin all have to pay taxes to support the public school district that serves the community we live in, but we don't have to send our children there unless we want to.

Since Wisconsin became a School Choice State by providing the first school voucher program in the nation back in 1990, opportunities for choice have been expanding.

Competition is always good, and competition between those who provide education for our children is no different.

Almost without exception, school boards try to provide the best education possible for the children they serve with the funds they have available. But there are some exceptions. Thanks to school choice, parents who object to what and how their children are being taught in the school that serves their home district can send them to schools elsewhere without having to relocate the family.

And parents who feel it's important for their kids to learn things that the public school cannot offer, including the history, traditions, morals and philosophy of their religion, can get some tax dollar help to send them to a private school of their choice, or to home school them if they choose.

Thanks to School Choice, school districts are forced to stay on their toes or lose the state aid dollars that are allocated for each child. Also thanks to School Choice, the State Department of Public Instruction cannot get too carried away in rules that deny the right to teach our nation's cultural heritage.

Several local governments in Marinette County, including the City of Peshtigo, have approved resolutions saluting School Choice Week. Hats off to them!

The National School Choice organization says Wisconsin residents have planned 563 events and activities for the week to celebrate educational opportunity and spark conversations about the options parents have, or want to have, for their children.

This year, more than 32,000 independently planned school choice events and activities will take place nationwide across all 50 states. Events include rallies, roundtable discussions, coffeehouse meet-ups, festivals, school fairs, and more.

"Wisconsin has been a pioneer in the school choice movement, and we applaud the Badger State for providing so many educational options for parents," said Andrew Campanella, president of National School Choice Week. "We're happy that Gov. Walker has issued this proclamation. We're excited to see such enthusiasm for educational opportunity in Wisconsin, and celebrate with parents in Wisconsin and across the country."

Choice options include traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, online learning, private schools, and home schooling.

Here in Wisconsin, parents can apply to send their child to classes in another public school district for various reasons, including class content, school atmosphere, or simple family convenience.

Assistance is also available through state voucher programs for qualifying Wisconsin students to help pay for non-public education, be it at a private school, religious school, on-line or regular home schooling.

Get School Choice information from the school you want your child to attend, or find it on the state Department of Public Instruction website. If you think you might want to make a change for next year, don't delay. The deadline for School Choice applications is looming near!

HOW DUMB?

Guy arrested by an officer in Tennessee was either totally stupid or totally stoned. "What's your D.O.B.?" the officer asked. Man asked what's a DOB? Officer replied, "Your birthday." Guy said May 5. Officer asked, "What year? The answer: "Every year!" Man was booked.

ST. BRIGID'S DAY

Right now, about halfway between Christmas and Valentine's Day, we're kind of short of holidays. So I found one. St. Brigid's Day. It's new to me, but very, very old to the Irish.

Saint Brigid (or Bridgit) of Kildare (also known as "Mary of the Gaels") is Ireland's most important female saint. Her feast day on Feb. 1 also marks the beginning of spring in Ireland.

She is a busy saint - patron of cattle and dairy, and also of babies, blacksmiths, boatmen, cattle farmers, children whose parents are not married, children whose mothers are mistreated by the children's fathers, Clan Douglas, dairymaids, dairy workers, fugitives, Ireland, Leinster, mariners, midwives, milkmaids, nuns, poets, the poor, poultry farmers, poultry raisers, printing presses, sailors, scholars, travelers, and watermen.

St. Brigid was born in 5th century Ireland to a pagan father (Dubhthach, a chieftain of the Leinster clan) and Christian mother (Brocca, a slave who had come to faith through St. Patrick's preaching), and was considered a slave from birth.

Baptized by St. Patrick himself, St. Brigid endured mistreatment from her slave owners growing up, yet developed a reputation for showing extraordinary kindness and generosity to others.

She founded a monastery underneath an oak tree in Kildare, Ireland, which quickly grew to become a full-scale monastery community for both men and women that attracted many people to study religion, writing, and art. As leader of a community that became Ireland's center of learning, Brigid became an important female leader in the ancient world and in the church. She eventually assumed the role of a bishop.

At her monastery, Brigid set up an eternal flame of fire to represent the Holy Spirit's constant presence. That flame was extinguished several hundred years later during the Reformation. It was lighted again in 1993 and still burns in Kildare. The well that Brigid used to baptize people is outside Kildare, and pilgrims still visit the well to say prayers and tie colorful ribbons on a wishing tree beside it.

ST. BRIGID'S CROSS

A tradition in Ireland is to make St. Brigid's crosses and hang them on a door or over a doorway on Feb. 1 each year to protect the home from fire and other evil. Much Irish jewelry also uses the St. Brigid's Cross pattern.

To make a St. Brigid's Cross, get 12 to 16 pieces of straw, reeds, or other straight, somewhat stiff material. Even long drinking straws could make a small cross. Take the shortest straw and hold it upright. Take a second straw and fold it in half. Wrap that straw around the first one so that it opens to your right, and pull it tight. Hold it there while you turn the starting straw 90 degrees (from 12 o'clock to three o'clock), and repeat with the next straw. Keep doing this until all the straws are used. Keep holding at the center so it doesn't come unwoven.

When all the straws are used, tie the ends of each arm with twine, ribbon, string, tape, wire, whatever. Trim the uneven arm ends. If you've done it right you will end up with a cross with a square in the middle and offset arms of the same length pointing up, down, left and right.

The finished cross should be hung on the inside of a thatched roof, if you have one, above the front door. In a pinch, if you don't happen to have a thatched roof, the inside of your front door will do.

In some Irish homes these crosses are left in place for the whole year and renewed on the following Saint Brigid's Day. They say in some old cottages in Ireland you may still notice an assortment of old, cobwebbed crosses hanging in the rafters, more than likely blackened by soot and smoke.

COOKIN' TIME

This time of year we need good, hearty foods that warm from the inside out. Soup is good food"especially if you make it yourself!

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD SOUP

Recipe comes from Cousin Sandy Wiedemeier.

1/2 pound ground beef

2 cups water

1 box frozen mixed vegetables

1 tablespoon sugar

2 cups stewed tomatoes

1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce

1/2 envelope dry onion soup mix

Lightly brown meat. Add everything else. Simmer 20 minutes or longer.

ITALIAN TORTELLINI SOUP

Easy cookin' in a crock pot. You just need to add the zucchini, parsley and tortellini about half an hour before serving time.

2 cups tomato sauce

2 cups onion, chopped

2 cloves garlic, minced

1/2 cup red wine, optional

16 ounce can diced tomatoes

1 teaspoon basil

1/2 pound Italian sausage

1/3 pound hamburger

1/2 cup water

5 cups beef broth

1 1/2 cups carrots, sliced

1/2 cup green bell pepper, diced

2 cups zucchini, chunked

3 tablespoons parsley

8 ounce package cheese tortellini

Put everything in a crock pot except the zucchini, parsley and tortellini. Cook on high in covered crock pot 4 to 5 hours, or on stove top for one hour. About half an hour before time to eat add the zucchini, parsley and tortellini. Taste to see if it needs more salt and pepper.

CHEDDAR POTATO BROCCOLI SOUP

This one is from Cousin Linda Alexa, also a Wiedemeier cousin.

1 tablespoon butter

4 medium potatoes, peeled and cubed

1 1/2 cups (6 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese

10 ounces frozen broccoli florets

1 cup onion, chopped

3 cups water

3 chicken bouillon cubes

Sauté onion in butter. Add potatoes, water and bouillon Cook until potatoes are tender. Remove one cup of the potato cubes with a slotted spoon. Pour remaining contents of the soup kettle into a blender and blend until smooth (or use a stick blender). Return to pot. Stir in broccoli. Cook until tender. Add cheese and reserved cooked potatoes.Heat just until the cheese is melted. Season to taste with salt and pepper As a variation, make this creamy cheesy soup by using two cups milk and one cup water instead of the three cups water. Add a little chopped ham if you like.

Thought for the week: Let the winter winds blow! Let's keep our hearts warm with happy thoughts of love for one another.

Country Cousin

(This column is written by Shirley Prudhomme of Crivitz. Views expressed are her own and are in no way intended to be an official statement of the opinions of Peshtigo Times editors and publishers. She may be contacted by phone at 715-291-9002 or by e-mail to shirleyprudhommechickadee@yahoo.com.)


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