June 26 – July 3

• Gibraltar School in Fish Creek will host a basketball skills camp June 30 and July 1. Mike Lee of Ganon Baker Basketball will teach fundamental skills, attacking the rim, and advanced ball-handling techniques. A session for girls and boys entering grades 4 – 8 will be held from 8:30 – 11:30 am each day. A session for boys entering grades 8 – 12 will be held in the afternoon from 12:30  – 3:30 pm each day. Call Myles Dannhausen at 920.421.1077 for more information or to secure a spot the clinic. Cost is $30 per player.

• The Door County Historical Museum is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. It will host a Dairy Day celebration June 27 from 10 am – 4 pm, with live calves on the grounds and the East Maplewood 4-H Club serving dairy snacks.

• The United States Department of Agriculture estimates a crop of 8.3 million pounds of cherries this year after weather decimated the 2008 crop. Last year, the harvest yielded just 500,000 pounds.

• Construction on the expansion of the Liberty Grove Town Hall has begun.

• The Town of Gibraltar will discuss the proposal for a comprehensive county-wide bike plan at its July 3 board meeting. The meeting is at the Gibraltar Town Center at 7 pm.

• The Ephraim Board of Trustees will meet July 13 at 7 pm at the administration building.

• The City of Sturgeon Bay’s next Plan Commission meeting is July 15. Wal-Mart’s proposed Supercenter development is expected to be on the agenda.

• The U.S. Postal Service will deliver eight billion fewer letters this year than it did seven years ago. As a result, it’s cutting back on the number of blue mailboxes on street corners and in front of stores. The Postal Service eliminated about 4,000 last year, and is cutting back further in 2009.

• Baileys Harbor town clerk Doug Smith reports that resurfacing of Hwy 57 through town is on schedule.