Sister Bay Buzz: March 18

  • I’d like to officially welcome Chris Milligan, the new Sister Bay Advancement Association Coordinator, who came onboard on March 7. Chris was the former owner of the Inn at Kristopher’s and also worked in the Information Booth last summer, and, therefore, he is very familiar with Sister Bay. If you have any questions about the SBAA, the benefits of membership, or the village in general, please don’t hesitate to give Chris a call at 920.854.3230. Otherwise, just stop by the SBAA Office at 10668 N. Bay Shore Drive to say “Hi.”
  • The SBAA’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place in Waterfront Park on Saturday, March 26. The fun starts at 10:30 am, and kids of all ages are welcome. Please bring your own bags or baskets. Kids who are three years of age and under should meet on the south end of Waterfront Park, (next to the Yacht Club at Sister Bay), and all the other kids should meet by the playground. I heard from a very good source that the Easter Bunny will again be making an appearance, so don’t forget your cameras. It’s my understanding that donations of individually wrapped candy would be greatly appreciated. It can be dropped off at the SBAA Office any time prior to the egg hunt.
  • There will be a Community-Wide Rummage Sale in Sister Bay, and it will run from 8 am to 3 pm on May 21. Denise Bhirdo and Sharon Doersching, who steered the project for 10 years, tried to retire last year, but I convinced them to come back on board because they do such a great job. This year’s sale promises to be “bigger and better,” and Denise and Sharon promised to provide more information about the sale as soon as it is available.
  • The Northern Door Child Care Center will host the fourth annual Super Bowl-A-Thon at the Sister Bay Bowl on April 2, 10 am – 7:30 pm. Teams of four get sponsors to donate a minimum of $50 per bowler and they bowl two games in a 1½-hour time slot. This year the Piggly Wiggly is the main sponsor for the event. Lane sponsors include Sister Bay Automotive, Grasse’s Grill, Wilson’s Ice Cream Parlor and Baylake Bank.
  • The next time you’re in Sister Bay shopping why not submit an entry for the Ice-Out Contest? Participating businesses host a voting box and donate a prize, and their customers are asked to fill out a form on which they list their name, phone number and the date and time of day they believe the ice will “go out” of the bay. For a list of participating businesses, check the SBAA’s website,
  • To receive copies of agendas for any upcoming village meetings, provide your name and email address to the folks in the village office. Agendas and packet materials can also be accessed on the village’s website.

If you have any questions about upcoming village projects or Village operations please don’t hesitate to contact me. I can be reached at 920.854.4118, and my email address is [email protected].

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