The May 3 Elkhorn Independent includes the following:recently

• Elkhorn Rotary Club members and Elkhorn Area Middle School students team up in a tree-planting project near the school in conjunction with Earth Day;

• The city’s sidewalks project will proceed as planned following the April 30 vote by the Common Council;

• A preview and rehearsal photos of last Friday night’s performance of, “How The West Was Really Won”;

• Coverage from the recent annual luncheon for the Walworth County ARC organization, which featured guest speaker Steve Pils, who is this year’s VIP Ambassador;

• It’s almost drive-in season and special coverage on the topic includes Annie’s Burger Town, in Elkhorn;

• See photos from Gateway Technical College’s Earth Day celebration at its Elkhorn campus, and from a volunteer fair held recently at the high school.

• Also catch up on the latest police blotter and library happenings.

In sports…

• The Elks boys and girls track teams earn third and fourth-place finishes, respectively, April 27 at Pewaukee; the EAHS baseball team snaps a losing streak; the Lady Elks soccer team impressive in play despite loss; EAHS golfers post their best score in years.

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