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62 www.randomlake.org Serving Nightly from 4:00 PM ~ Closed Tuesdays www.homefrontrandomlake.com Great Food in a Relaxed Atmosphere Full Service Bar • Charbroiled Steaks • Ribs Seafood • Chicken • Nightly Specials Salad Bar with Homemade Soup Downtown Random Lake 417 Second Street Random Lake, WI 53075 920-994-9033 RESTAURANT & BAR Over its 60-year history the Random Lake Garden Club has proven to be more influential than its membership numbers would indicate. When the club celebrated its 40th an- niversary in 1996, there were only nine members. Today there are 22 — and more are welcome. Jean Sepstead hosted the initial gar- den club meeting at her home on May 17, 1956, and it was attended by 12 women. The charter members included Grace Block, Vivian Guenther, Norma Hoelz, Edna Jungers, Gloria Krohn, Sally Leider, Eva McCarthy, Pat Oertle, Beatrice Schroeder, Jean Sepstead, Marilyn Uel- men and Shirley Werner. The club's first project was planting flowers at the Memorial Triangle in Ran- dom Lake, where a veterans' memorial had been erected in 1949. Planting that memorial plot remains a major proj- ect along with the flower boxes at the post office and pioneer plantings at the Nowack House. Members volunteer to tend and water these gardens. Probably the biggest thing to come out of the Random Lake Garden Club over the years was the idea to begin a RANDOM LAKE GARDEN CLUB Reaches 60th Anniversary

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