This year’s scaled-down version of the annual David Busta fundraiser for spinal cord injury research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Waisman Center was a success at Chetek Lanes Event Center & Pizzeria on Saturday, Nov. 24. The event was an appreciation for all of those who have…
Following last year’s David Busta Bags Tournament and Silent Auction, it was decided to discontinue the annual fundraiser. The Busta family sensed some fatigue from those who organize the event and observed public participation in the event—beanbag players, spectators, silent auction donors …
The Chetek Lions Club will once again be collecting deer hides in support of the Wisconsin Lions Camp. There are three drop-off sites for hunters to donate deer hides in Chetek: Bridge Stop BP on CTH I, the rear of Kwik Trip on Second Street, and Horton’s True Value Hardware on Dallas Street…
Each year, hunters, meat processors and food pantries help families in need by working closely with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and its partners to donate thousands of pounds of venison to food pantries.
The Chetek Snow Flyers finished another successful summer season of the BOGO card fundraiser. Customers buy one BOGO card for $10—customers then buy one drink and get one drink free at all the participating establishments. This year, Red’s Eating & Drinking Establishment won the BOGO con…
The Chetek Lions Club will host its annual rifle raffle and fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 3, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Chetek Lanes Event Center & Pizzeria.
At this time last year, Illinois resident and retired police officer Jim Fussner was attempting to locate three Fish-O-Rama buttons from the years 1987, 1989 and 1990.
Walleyes for Chetek members, both past and present, reunited last week as the founding fathers of the local organization—Larry Grabowski, Paul Pawlisch and Larry Stafsholt—were gifted Founder Appreciation Awards from current members Ryan Gonzales, Tyler Florczak, Josh Akins and James Akins. …
Families and friends gathered at Sunset View Golf Course for the third annual Duggy Nelson Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 8. The tournament saw a spike in four-person teams as 13 teams competed in the 18-hole event, versus nine teams in 2017. Although a final tally of funds rais…
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