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The weekend before Christmas
Posted by Eliason Realty of the North, LLC on December 17, 2014
The weekend before Christmas

 

Once again it looks like it's going to be a picture perfect white Christmas in the Northwoods. After  a very scary meltdown, the plummeting temperatures turned the thermometer around and brought several inches of white beauty to the Northwoods. The forecast for the next 10 days looks like it will be even a whiter and a more glorious Christmas!

To add to the festivities, here are a few holiday events some of the communities are offering the public to make the season even merrier!

Eagle River: On Dec. 18, Thursday night from 5:00 - 7:00 PM, the Northwoods Chlidrens Museum invites children and their fathers to attend the free "Fun with Fathers" evening. There will be a dinner and planned activities so it is requested that reservations be made no later than the day before. Call 715-479-4623 or visit www.northwoodschildrensmuseum.com to make reservations.

Don't forget to take a break from shopping in downtown Eagle River and hop on a sleigh ride offered by the downtown businesses on Saturday, Dec. 20 from 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM.

The Sno-Eagles, weather permitting, will leave the Old Train Depot at 9:00 AM for a Christmas Eve ride. This is a superb time to snowmobile pristine trails at a very low traffic time.

Presque Isle: What child doesn't want to spend time with Santa Claus this time of year? A Children's Christmas with Santa begins with a sleigh ride at the intersection of County highways B and W at 6 PM. It's onto the Presque Isle Community Center where the Lions Club, Chamber of Commerce and Library host the children's party complete with caroling, an Advent walk and, of course, a visit by Santa! For more details call 715-686-2910 or 888-835-6508 or check out the website at: www.presqueisle.com.

Minocqua: For last minute shoppers, The Gaslight Square shops will be open until 7:00 PM on Friday, Dec.

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Visit these locations and make special Christmas memories!
Posted by Eliason Realty of the North, LLC on December 13, 2014 in Market Trends Northwoods Tourism Market Trends Market Trends National Marketing Community Highlights
Visit these locations and make special Christmas memories!

The Christmas season is in high gear and, while the communities do a fabulous job with their special events, there are several activities that don’t require a specific time and date.

Rocking W Stables and Sleigh Rides:  What is more memorable than taking the family and friends on an authentic sleigh ride in the woods? Dean Nolan, and his staff of drivers, beautiful horses and cozy warming hut, deliver everything that is magical about a sleigh ride. The ride traverses 120 wooded acres populated by deer and other wildlife. Halfway through the hour-long ride, there is a stop at a toasty roaring bonfire complete with delicious hot cocoa or other steamy drinks.

Sleigh rides began on Dec. 12 and continue until Jan. 4. You can hop on a group sleigh or reserve a private one for your group’s size. The price is $10 per person on the group sleigh ride and $100 for a private sleigh for up to 10 people. For more than 10 people, it is an additional $10 per person.

Call for reservations at 715-617-6779. Rocking W Stables is located behind Northland Pines Schools off Highway 45 north on Pleasure Island Road. You can also find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kartway-Rocking-W-Stables/165105380344576.

Minocqua:The Holiday Model Train Show is open Dec. 13, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 30 2014, at the old train depot in Downtown Minocqua from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The display features O gauge trains, a large scale that was popular before World War II. The display reflects old fashioned Christmases of a bygone era.

Before heading out, you might want to consider throwing your ice skates in the back seat and make a visit to the rink at Torpy Park in Minocqua. There are bathrooms, picnic tables and a warming house at the rink.

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Happy Holidays from Eliason Realty
Posted by John and Diane Misina on December 19, 2012 in Company News
Happy Holidays from Eliason Realty

Photo taken by friend and Eliason Realty customer, Valarie Van Bussum Wielhouwer
 

Best wishes for a Merry Christmas

and happy holiday season.

 

Our sincere thanks for your loyalty

and goodwill throughout the year.

 

From all of us at Eliason Realty of the North, Inc.

Dick and Bonnie Eliason

Eagle River TeamKeith DeVosRachel DregerBrian Hotmar, Diane MisinaJohn Misina, Brenda SchmidtDebbie Van Caster, and Norm Warner


St. Germain Team:   Ed Foxe, Marion JanssenBernie Kazda, Nancy KoernerTom MartensChris Nickolaou, Rick Lovdal, Tim Kruse, Richelle Kruse, and Ray Weber    

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Superintendent Dr Richie gives credit to his team at NPHS
Posted by John and Diane Misina on October 26, 2012 in Schools

Dr. Mike Richie, Northland Pines School District Administrator, 

earns top national award:  2012 Superintendent of the Year! 

As the district celebrated his great honor on October 22, Dr. Richie paid tribute to all within the NPSD who have excelled in the classroom and beyond to elevate student achievement. 

 

Below directly printed from the National Association of School Superintendents:  
http://superintendents-e-network.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=259:meet-mike-richie&catid=34:featured-member&Itemid=100183 

 

Meet Dr. Mike Richie, Superintendent of the Northland Pines School District located in Eagle River, Wisconsin.
 

     Mike is an award-winning educator with over 25 years of experience in education. He is currently in his fourteenth year as a superintendent. Prior to assuming leadership of Northland Pines in 2004, he successfully led both larger and smaller districts. He has also served eight years as an elementary principal and 6 years as a classroom teacher.
 

     When Mike assumed district leadership at Northland Pines he immediately established a Building & Design Committee to plan, design, and construct a cutting-edge high school which would become the hub of the community. Under his leadership the district built the $28.5 million dollar facility on time and under budget.     Mike incorporated environmental impact, energy efficiency, and sustainable needs, and as a result Northland Pines High School was certified as the first LEED Gold Certified high school in the U. S. by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). The project has won numerous awards and has been featured in numerous magazines and publications. It continues to be an eco-friendly, technology-advanced learning environment for students. As a result of Mikes forward thinking, the district now utilizes wireless technology and energy savings in all of their buildings.  Mike and his team members were invited to present The Secrets to Driving Down Energy Costs in Your Schools at the 2011 Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators (WASDA) spring conference and at the 2011 Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB) state convention.

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Dr. Richie Interviews Two Principals from Northland Pines After Their First Year in the District
Posted by John and Diane Misina on September 16, 2012 in Schools


Northland Pines School District Administrator Dr. Mike Richie talks with Matt Spets (Eagle River Elementary Principal) and Jim Brewer (High School Principal) to allow them to summarize their first year with the district. Dr. Richie asks them to share their background in education, what they were most impressed with during this year and what goals they have for the future for their buildings.

Shared by Eliason Realty of the North, Inc. - Northern Wisconsin Realtors who practice within the Northland Pines School District.  Eagle River and St Germain, WI,  www.EliasonRealty.com  

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Eliason Realty Agents tour new listings today in Eagle River
Posted by Diane Misina on May 29, 2012 in Company News Market Trends
Eliason Realty Agents tour new listings today in Eagle River

Our agents headed out to preview two of our new listings today:  

McKinley Blvd Home on the Eagle River Chain -

   

Artfully and masterfully finished home on the Eagle River Chain, located on McKinley Blvd., across from the Eagle River Golf Course.  Please inquire for further details on this new exclusive listing!  

 

Catfish Lake Drive -

 

Just a few blocks from the Catfish Lake boat landing, giving you access to the Eagle River Chain. 4 bedroom home has lots of room for a growing family.The main level has a large rm, beamed ceiling, a brick f/p that uses wood or gas, and patio doors leading to an outside deck, which is also accessible from the master bedroom. Every room has lots of light with the large picture window in the living rm/master bd. The master suite features recessed lighting, a full bath and walkin closet. Theres another bedroom on the main floor, a dining and family room combination, the kitchen and a full bath. Upstairs you will find 2 more bedrooms and a full bath. The lower level has a finished family rm and laundry center. Exterior is cedar sided, there are 2 garages, one which has an attic/storage area above, and a separate electric service. If that's not enough, the 4 bedroom septic is brand new, there's central air and a blacktop drive. Screened porch with hot tub. 4.42 acres.

http://www.eliasonrealty.com/real-estate/Greater-Northwoods-MLS/Residential/property/126484-956-Catfish-Lake-Dr-Lincoln-WI-54521/ 

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Discover Wisconsin TV Show to feature Eagle River
Posted by Diane Misina on April 18, 2012 in Tourism

"Great times come with the territory every season of the year in Eagle River. Located on the world’s largest chain of 28 connected lakes and surrounded by state and national forests, Eagle River offers an overwhelming number of recreational opportunities. The lakes are known for their trophy-sized musky, but you 're also bound to catch walleye and bass. The Wisconsin ice fishing is great during the winter too. Eagle River is also the Snowmobile Capital of the World, with 500 available miles of groomed snowmobile trails known as "The Eagle River 500". During warmer months,..."

In their 25th year, Discover Wisconsin's TV Series includes the upcoming Eagle River episode: 

"Great Times Still Come With the Territory"

 

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