Highlights from the Nov. 28
edition of The Sounder
3 Random Lake Schools 'Exceed Expectations' on State Report Cards -- The Random Lake School Board reviewed the state evaluations at its recent meeting.
Newsweek Lists RLHS as a Top STEM School -- Random Lake High ranks 3,852nd of 5,000 schools across the nation.
Nominations Sought for 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award -- Dec. 31 will be the deadline to submit names for the Random Lake High School Distinguished Alumni Award.
Cast Listed for 'The Living Nativity' -- Read more about the Night of Lights celebration coming to Random Lake on Fri., Dec. 6. Members of the RLHS Chamber Singers also are announced.
Lakeview Community Library Is Open 6 Days a Week -- The library is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday (year round). Stop in at 112 Butler St., Random Lake. A library card is free!
Blood Donations Sought by American Red Cross and BloodCenter of Wisconsin -- Both agencies have issued a call for more blood donors. Each week The Sounder lists upcoming blood drives in The Sounding Board on Page 10.
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 Nov. 28 Edition -- Elaine C. (Goedde) Fick (the obituary link above is updated daily).
A List of Fun Family Activities -- Check The Sounding Board, a detailed calendar of events, on Pages 10-11. It has concerts, plays, art exhibits, dinners, brat fries, fundraisers, local government meetings, bloodmobile visits, walks and runs, family fun activities, and lots more.
Here Comes Boys' Basketball -- Read about high hopes at Random Lake High School and Ozaukee High School. Next week see previews for wrestling.
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