In The Spotlight
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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.
A “FUN” SISTER BAY FACT. . .
Did you know that the ship’s mast that is displayed on the shore were Helm’s Resort once stood, (which is now known as Waterfront Park), was salvaged from the USS PLEIADES, a ship that was once part of Aristotle Onassis’ fleet of 70 ships?
Helm Zielke, who owned Helm’s Resort, actually bought the mast from a slavage company in Sturgeon Bay and erected it on the previously mentioned property. The gaff-rigged flag pole was added to the mast sometime prior to 1986, and the folks at Helm’s always made sure that flags were flown from that pole. Of course, the American flag always adorned the top, and once upon a time the national flag of every guest who was staying at the Resort as well as the national flags of all their employees’ home countries were displayed. At one time there were over 40 national flags proudly waving in the breeze in Sister Bay!!! That must have been a pretty awesome sight to see. . .
For further information regarding the USS PLEIADES please click on the following hyperlink:
Link to further information regarding the U.S.S. PLEIDAS
PLEASE DO YOUR PART. . .
Village officials are very serious about keeping everyone healthy and safe. The following document, that was prepared by the CDC, gives valuable guidance as to the activities fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people can safely participate in and the protective measures that are recommended.
For further information please click on the following hyperlink:
Hyperlink to the latest CDC Coronavirus Updates