The Spartans finished fourth in a LSC match Wednesday at Enger Park and sixth in the Rice Lake Invitational Thursday.
Holmes, a former Superior Spartans and now a graduate student with Milwaukee’s Physical Therapy program with a 3.643 GPA, has returned for her final season of eligibility in fine form.
Along with three scheduled games at Wade Bowl, the league will host a BBQ.
Today Superior: The Clef Music Society meets at 6 p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church, 229 N. 28th St. E. Piano students of University of Wisconsin-Superior lecturer Alex Sandor perform. A short business meeting conducted by Nancy Smith, co-president, follows. The public is invited to attend. For information, call (715) 374-3357. Wednesday Superior: The Delta Sigma alumni meet for lunch at noon at Barker's Island Inn restaurant. Call (715) 392-6239.
University of Wisconsin-Superior professor Serguei Bezroukov, Ph.D., was awarded a $10,217 grant from the WiSys 2018-19 Applied Research-WiSys Technology Advancement Grant program for a project he is working on to address an identified need by teachers within a local school district. "In every school there are 'problematic' situations that can challenge the staff," said Bezroukov. "These can include behavior problems, health issues and security concerns that threaten both students and teachers. At times, teachers may need external help to address these situations."
Kicking off summer and honoring veterans are the focus of a community barbecue featuring music, kids games, bounce houses and a climbing wall. The event, which runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 26, is sponsored by the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center, Douglas County Veterans Service Office, Wisconsin Army National Guard, El Dorado Bar and Grill, StoneHouse Martial Arts, Great Lakes Bounce Houses and the city of Superior. There is no cost to attend — just bring a blanket and enjoy a picnic by the harbor at the Bong Center, 305 Harbor View Parkway.
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College of Superior and Northwest Community Employment Program are teaming up to provide a three-week welding bootcamp June 25 to July 13. The course is free for those who qualify. Weld Now Bootcamp is a one-time pilot program aimed at encouraging young adults to consider a career in welding. It is open to Wisconsin residents ages of 18 and 24. Those who complete the three-week course will earn three college credits. A grant to cover the cost of tuition and tools is available to qualifying students. Space is limited.
Join the community discussion about the problems formerly incarcerated people have finding housing in the Twin Ports. A variety of speakers talk about their own experiences during Beyond Backgrounds, which runs 6:30-7:30 p.m. Friday at the Peter Rich Center, 1201 N. Eighth St. in Superior. Those who attend can learn about community efforts that support everyone's right to stable housing and the steps to take to make that happen.
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College earned the 2018-2019 Military Friendly School designation by Victory Media, which connects the military and civilian worlds, and publishes G.I. Jobs, STEM Jobs and Military Spouse. "We're proud to be recognized for serving those who have served our country in such a meaningful way," WITC President John Will said. "I know I speak for everyone at WITC when I say that it's our privilege to help individuals and families navigate their college options."
Earth Rider Brewery claimed a bronze award in the 2018 World Beer Cup, a global beer competition that evaluates beers from around the world and recognizes the most outstanding brewers and their beers. Awards were given in 101 beer-style categories during the World Beer Cup award ceremony on May 3, 2018 at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn.