In The Spotlight
Sven’s February 3, 2018 Column
Village Hall &
WELCOME TO THE VILLAGE OF SISTER BAY’S WEBSITE!!!!
The Village of Sister Bay is a friendly, thriving community where residents and visitors alike enjoy the natural beauty of its surroundings enhanced by well-maintained parks and the natural environment. The unique charm of the Village’s waterfront, library and businesses are enjoyed and utilized by all. As Northern Door County’s year-round village, it balances the needs of a growing retirement community, while attracting and supporting its younger population with a viable economy. The Village has carefully controlled growth to maintain its charm, character and natural beauty.
THE NEW & IMPROVED SISTER BAY BROCHURE
IS NOW AVAILABLE!!!
Would you like to know about all the awesome places there are to dine, stay, shop, play and “unplug” in the Village,
or would you like to get information about a concert, festival or event?
Well. . . You’ve come to the right place.
To access the 2019 Sister Bay Brochure please click on the following hyperlink:
If you’d prefer to have a “hard copy” of the brochure it is available free of charge at both of our Visitor Centers or at several businesses throughout the Village.
UW-OSHKOSH IS CONDUCTING A GROUND WATER STUDY
IN DOOR COUNTY!!!!
THE VILLAGE’S VERY OWN SCOTT BAKER
WAS ABOARD “OLD GLORY HONOR FLIGHT MISSION 52”!!!
A group of 100 veterans from Northeast Wisconsin spent the anniversary of 9/11 on an Old Glory Honor Flight to the Nation’s Capital, and the Village’s very own Scott Baker was one of them!!! The trip was dubbed “Old Glory Honor Flight Mission 52”.
The veterans on Mission 52 served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, and after leaving the Appleton Airport early on the morning of September 11th they spent the afternoon touring war memorials around Washington, DC as well as Arlington National Cemetery. Their plane returned to Appleton just after 8 p.m.
The trip wrapped up with a welcome home celebration that brought out thousands of people, many of whom were dressed in patriotic colors, held signs and waved flags, and representatives of the Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Department were there in uniform to welcome Scott home.
In an interview with a reporter from WBAY Channel 2, Scott said, “I put my name on the list several years ago. I didn’t think it would ever come about. But it’s an emotional day, especially with the comrades my age, and I enjoyed every minute of it. It’s a wonderful, wonderful organization”.
Thank you so much for your service to our Country Scott, and thank you to the Firefighters for welcoming Scott home in grand fashion!!!!
Representatives of the Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Department
were on hand to welcome Scott Baker home on September 11, 2019.
Pictured left to right are:
Amber Strege, Jordan Hartwig, Ned Larson and Chief Chris Hecht.
Not pictured: Liz Hecht
Chief Hecht discusses the days events with Scott Baker.