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formances under the tent. Another of our exceptional celebrations is the Fall Family Fun Festival on the fourth Saturday of September. This is a morning and afternoon of family-oriented fun featuring food vendors, live music, hay wagon rides, and plenty of activities for kids. The Historical Museum and Nowack House are open during the festival. The first Friday in December marks the Night of Lights Festival, a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season. Centrally located at Lakeview Community Library, some of the best parts of this event include a visit from Santa, wagon rides, caroling, and the lighting of the village Christmas tree. There are so few places left that compare with the traditional and Old World values that can be found right here in Random Lake. Come and see what makes it special – and while you're here take time to slow down, relax, and enjoy occasions that will never be forgotten. Times Printing Co., Inc. of Random Lake has been honored as the Best Workplace in the Americas 2012 for its exemplary human resources practices. Begun by the Printing Industries of America organization to honor printing companies that provide a superior work environment, this year marks the eighth year of the "Best Workplace in Americas" program. Times Printing, a web printer, focused on commercial publishing, was judged against other printing companies with 250 or more employees for this award. The company is dedicated to creating a family atmosphere in the workplace and is always striving to find new and innovative ways to boost employee satisfaction. Times Printing Co., Inc has been part of Random Lake since May of 1918. Now Offering… Hydro Massage and Sport Injury Rehab Stop by and meet Dr. Eric Stanenas, D.C. 321 Carroll Street Random Lake, WI 53075 920-994-2000 • 920-994-4956 (fax) stanenasdc@gmail.com • www.prohealthcc.com 10 www.randomlake.org

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