Green Lake Magazine Green Lake Magazine 2012 - Page 56

56 | Green Lake magazine 2012 Running through the heart of Berlin, ̅i,iʏi̅iÈÈ and St. Lawrence Rivers and served as a trailway for Marquette and Joliet }̅iiݫ>̈ʜv̅i-̰ Lawrence waterway. The need for a road from Fond du Lac to Stevens Point ܈̅>,iVÈ}ʏi̜̅i founding of Berlin in 1846. It became a transfer point after the construction of a bridge and road to Stevens Point were completed in 1849, and was again a transfer point when a railroad connection with Milwaukee via Ripon opened in 1858. Eventually, fur and leather factories sprang up, utilizing both the river and railroad for produce distribution.Berlin supplied goods and services for its farmland development, handled farm produce, was a wholesale center for trade, and was a center for retail trade. It also had a variety of service-oriented businesses and factories; two in particular drew state and regional attention: cranberry production and }>iʵ>ið1̈∘}̅i Rivers marshland, Berlin became the center of the cranberry-growing boom in the 1870s, which turned into a permanent part of the regions agriculture, while the granite beds i>ʜv̅i,iʫۈiʓʜv the jobs in Berlin between 1883 and 1916. />]̅i,i՘̅} the center of the community and acres of maintained parks. Berlin provides ample recreational activities for outdoor enthusiasts, while those who prefer the indoors can peruse its historical downtown. Field Pharmacy Card & Gift (135- 137 W. Huron Street) is a full-service >>V܈̅>iiÈi}v department featuring Vera Bradley, Pandora, Fenton, and more! A full-service liquor store, Malchetskes Liquor & Video (265 Broadway) has a large selection of ne wine, liquor, and beer, and a complete video department. Mikes Bike Shop (117 E. Huron Street) provides quality bicycle sales and professional service to its customers. Quality boarding and personalized pet care have been provided at Petersons Happiness Acres (N2106 County Road XX) since 1996. Since 1898, W.C. Russell Moccasin (285 SW Franklin) has provided hunters and outdoorsmen and women with handmade, custom-tted moccasin-style boots and shoes. For more information about Berlin, contact the Berlin Chamber of Commerce at (920) 361-3636,, or visit Owners Pete & Indy Cheema Since 1976 THE AREAS ONLY )8// 6(59,&( /,4825 6725( 265 Broadway Berlin, WI (920) 361-3711 MALCHETSKES Liquor & Video Areas Largest Selection of Fine Wines, Liquor & Liqueurs OVER 500 IMPORT & MICRO BEERS 10% Off Case of Wine DELIVERY AVAILABLE Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 11am-6pm U/- U >i> U ,Vii Uv ïvV>i Uv>i> Bar Accessories U ii>}v,i U*>-i̇1 Over 5,000 Videos & DVDs! 7iʙZ,i> -՘vʣ Tuesday Family Night ۈi]*V EӇi-> $5.99