Highlights from the June 10
edition of The Sounder
'Bob McDermott Lakeview Park' -- The Random Lake Village Board has renamed its major park to honor the late village president.
How Adoption Changed Bruce Jackson's Life -- Read about the new book written by 1969 Random Lake High School graduate Bruce Jackson.
'Music in the Park' to Debut on June 17 -- Random Lake's new outdoor music series will run every Thursday evening at Bob McDermott Lakeview Park.
More News from the Town of Sherman, Town of Belgium -- Read more local government news.
Campus Chatter -- The Sounder regularly publishes college graduation and honor roll information.
Be Part of 'The Wizard of Oz' -- Lakeshore Productions, Inc. will present "The Wizard of Oz" this summer. There still are opportunities to get involved behind the scenes. See website for details.
What Time Is It? -- Here's the official time from the National Institute of Standards & Technology.
What Effect Does COVID-19 Have Locally? -- The Sheboygan County Public Health Office offers daily updated messages from state and local health care agencies.
School Lunch Menus Published Every Week in The Sounder -- For more information contact the Random Lake School Food Service at 920/994-2427.
Lakeview Community Library Offers Services -- The library is open (masks must be worn) and the schedule includes a variety of programs. If patrons wish, the library continues to offer pickups of materials reserved in advance.
Blood Donations Sought by American Red Cross and Versiti BloodCenter of Wisconsin -- Both agencies have issued a call for more blood donors. The Sounder lists upcoming area blood drives in The Sounding Board.
The Weekly Clergy Comment -- All area pastors are invited to write a periodic column in The Sounder. Read a new one each week -- see what they have to say.
Obituaries in the June 10 Edition -- Robert W. Bley.
High School Spring Sports Continue Action -- Follow your favorite team: baseball, softball, golf, girls' soccer, track and field.
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