April 2015
The Frank Schartner Family History
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Schartner family members will chronicle Frank’s arrival from Austria in 1884 to work in the Valmy logging camps, his marriage to Mary Hauptman in 1888 and the resulting large family tree. 

The Sevastopol Historical Society extends an invitation to learn another chapter in our community history.  Light refreshments will be served. 

 

Photo:  Frank Schartner homestead on Whitefish Bay Road before it burned. 

For more information:
Linda Wait
(920) 746-1230
“Tai Chi”
4:00 PM - 1:00 AM

Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming presentation on “Tai Chi”.  Come hear Don Pardonner and Judy Reninger speak on “Tai Chi” at the next CHIP Program on April 19 at 4PM at the First Baptist Church, Sister Bay.  Don and Judy have practiced Tai Chi for many years, and teach its practice locally twice a week.

There is a body of evidence that Tai Chi is one of the best practices for enhancing flexibility and improving balance.  Originating in China and coming to the West in 1960, Tai Chi is an integrated exercise system for mind and body, an effective way to reduce stress, avoid tension, and develop spiritual strength and creativity. The focus of Tai Chi involves spiritual and physical energy as mind and body work together to improve balance, stability, flexibility, and skill.  Come and hear about the benefits, sample/see the postures, and learn more about this ancient “moving meditation”.

 

 

 

Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming presentation on “Tai Chi”.  Come hear Don Pardonner and Judy Reninger speak on “Tai Chi” at the next CHIP Program on April 19 at 4PM at the First Baptist Church, Sister Bay.  Don and Judy have practiced Tai Chi for many years, and teach its practice locally twice a week.

There is a body of evidence that Tai Chi is one of the best practices for enhancing flexibility and improving balance.  Originating in China and coming to the West in 1960, Tai Chi is an integrated exercise system for mind and body, an effective way to reduce stress, avoid tension, and develop spiritual strength and creativity. The focus of Tai Chi involves spiritual and physical energy as mind and body work together to improve balance, stability, flexibility, and skill.  Come and hear about the benefits, sample/see the postures, and learn more about this ancient “moving meditation”.