The entire area was basking in the glow of the U.S. Open at Erin Hills, and some of that aura rubbed off on Karl Scheife. When players went to their lockers, their nameplates, and various other items they received, came with a touch of North Lake. Competitor Awards & Engraving was one of the many benefactors of the USGA's policy of sourcing local vendors when staging the annual golfing championship. 


Some familiar faces might have been seen on the streets of Lake Country in the last week or so, as celebrities joined the throngs heading to Erin Hills. Word has it Ralph Lauren, Tom Cruise and Jack Nicklaus were among those spending time locally.


Lake Country Rotary Club's annual changing of the guard party at the Golden Mast last week said farewell to the Seth Barr's presidential regime and hello to the Glenn Schilling era. The club also inducted two people into its hall of fame: Bob Brogan, a founding member who now lives out of state, and Scott Peterson, our editor-in-chief.



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