The recently formed Sherman book club meets once a month to review and discuss a book that was chosen from the previous month. The meetings are held the third Monday of the month at 1pm at the Town Hall. This is an informal gathering to socialize and discuss books that are selected by the group. We connected with the Mercer library who has graciously loaned several books to our group. If you are interested in joining or learning about the current month’s book, contact Jann Clark at (920.370.9950) or [email protected]
Cribbage night is generally held every Thursday starting at 7pm at the Frontier Inn (corner of Flowage Road and Hwy 182). No need to sign up or register. Just show up and enjoy!
The Iron County Aging and Disability Resource Center of the North provides a senior meal program. Senior Meals are served at 11:30am every Wednesday at the Sherman Town Hall. There is also an option for home delivery on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. To make a reservation for either the Wednesday meal served at the Town Hall or for home delivery dial 715-561-2108 extension 1 to obtain additional information.
The Springstead School Quilters meet every Thursday morning. The first Thursday of the month is from 9:00 to 3:00 and the remaining Thursdays in the month are from 9:00 to 12:00. The group usually works on their own projects assisting each other in improving quilting skills.
Over the years, our community projects have included: A full-size "Spider Web Strip Quilt" for the Historical Heritage House on Stone Lake, baby quilts for the Fambeau Hospital in Park Falls, quilts for the Iron County Human Services WICK program, First Responder silent auction items, and raffle quilts for the Springstead Fire Department. The lucky winner of the FD raffle quilt is selected at the Department's annual corn roast. All proceeds are donated to the fire department.
New members are always welcome. Join our friendly group even if you are new to quilting. You will soon be enjoying a lifelong hobby of creating beautiful quilted projects for you and your family. We not only have quilting members, but some bring their knitting, cross stitch, crocheting, doll making, and other hand work projects. The coffeepot is always on! For additional information contact Betty Larum at [email protected]
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a weight loss group that focuses on members to help them lose weight or maintain a healthy weight. We also learn more healthy eating habits and how to maintain a healthy weight. A new member pays a one-time fee of $43.00 which covers membership fee, educational materials and a magazine that provides inspirational stories of member’s weight losses, healthy recipes and helpful articles on healthy eating and living habits. We meet weekly at the Town Hall on Tuesday mornings. Weigh in starts at 7:15am and the short meeting starts at 7:40am. After the short business meeting we take turns providing short programs focusing on good health.
If you are looking at trying to lose some weight or maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle, this is the group for you. We are a support system for other members. We celebrate each member’s weight loss and encourage them if they are having a hard time losing weight. New members are always welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to a meeting and see if this is the group for you. You can attend a meeting free of charge to see if TOPS is for you.
For more information on TOPS in Springstead, contact Mary Kusiak at 715-583-4410 or email at: [email protected]
The Iron County Aging and Disability Resource Center of the North offers certain transportation options for qualified elderly and disabled individuals. They also coordinate volunteers who provide rides for those individuals in need. For more information contact the Iron County Aging and Disability Resource Center of the North at: 715-561-2108 ext 3
The Women’s Club is an assistance and social organization that meets periodically throughout the year. Organized gatherings in the past year included: Cinco de Mayo, ice cream social, veteran’s breakfast and the December holiday party.
Additionally, the Women's Club will assist residents in need by providing support during times of difficulty, such as the loss of a family member or during a health difficulty. A funeral luncheon service is provided by this group. Any family who has lost a loved one may request this service; provided the deceased was a Town of Sherman resident.
New members to the Women’s Club are always welcome. Contact for more details:
Rose Meer (715) 499-1136.
E-mail: [email protected]