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Money Smart Week events set at Fond du Lac library
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Kids are a big part of what Money Smart Week is all
about. The annual program this year runs April 23 to
30 and promotes the importance of financial literacy
with free programming for all ages.
Programs this year created especially for kids and
teens include:
Coloring Contest, two categories for kids ages 4(Photo: Photo courtesy of Fond du
Lac Public Library)
Zip through your medicine cabinet and zip off to
your local drug drop box with your medications in
their original bottles. Empty the pills into a
provided zip lock type bag and place in the drug
drop box and recycle your bottles at home.
11. Coloring sheets available at Main Library
Children’s Desk. Entries are due April 15; winners
will be announced at the Saturday, April 23, Big
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The Big Read, 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23. For families with children ages 12 and
younger. Stories, music and fun. The first 75 families will receive a free copy of the
book, “Start Saving, Henry!” by Nancy Carlson to take home. Teen Life Skills: A trio of Tuesday night programs for teens in grades 6 through 12
to cover some of the things they should know about when the time comes to break
out on their own. All programs start at 6 p.m., are free and require no
registration. April 12: Housing and budgets. April 19: Resumes and mastering the
job interview. April 26: Bank accounts and credit. Money Smart Week is an initiative of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, in
partnership with the Governor’s Council on Financial Literacy and the Wisconsin Dept.
of Financial Institutions.
Fond du Lac’s kickoff event is the Women’s Conference at Moraine Park Technical
College on April 23. The full schedule of programs and more information are available
Wisconsin weather forecast for
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MPTC students thankful for event support
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The students of Moraine Park Technical College Business Meeting and Event Planning
class (Dee Behrendt, Amy Moore, Dawn Weber and Samantha Wronski) thank
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everyone who was involved in the Beaver Dam Wrestling Bowling Fundraiser held
Sunday, April 17, at Tower Lanes. It was a huge success.
We thank all lane sponsors including American Legion Post 146, Beaver Blacksmith,
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Beaver Dam Booster Club, Beaver Dam Ford, Beaver Dam Youth Wrestling Club,
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Weber, Johnny’s Lounge, Northwoods Paper Converting, Wings Over Wisconsin
Country Financial, in memory of past commander Howard Abel, in memory of Heath
Beaver Dam Chapter, Wings Over Wisconsin Wingettes, Sandy Abel, American
Family–Kathy Lapen Agency, American Legion Auxiliary Post 146, First Weber–Kari
Pattee, Total Business Products and Reed Chrysler Sales.
We also thank the various donors that contributed to the event including Absolute Real
Estate/Financial, Active Outfitters, Advance PT & Sports Rehab, Amy Moore, Anytime
Fitness, Aspire Boot Camp, Beaver Dam Country Club, Beaver Dam Piggly Wiggly,
Beaver Dam Raceway, Benvenuto's, Brendalee Ericksen-Neitzel—Young Living Oils,
Char Haus Pub & Grill, Chippy’s Popcorn, Cocktails Bar & Grill, Cornerstone Funeral &
Cremation Services, Countryside Auto Group, Culver's, Dawn Weber, Dodge County
Speedway Association, Dominic’s Place, Fischbach Tires, Green Bay Packers, Hogz &
Honeez, Jennie Piekarski, Joe Loizzo, Justin & Jeannine Morris - Advocare, Key West
Tanning Salon & Spa, Kwik Trip, La’Moore Hair & Tanning Salon, Milwaukee Brewers,
Mischler’s Harley Davidson & BMW, NAPA, Rechek’s Food Pride, Sake House,
Samantha Wronski, Slumberland, Statz Ale House & Grill, Subway, Taco Bell, Third
Heaven Martial Arts, Thirsty Beaver, Walker's Family Restaurant, and Walmart.
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Without the lane sponsors and donations, our event wouldn’t have been a success.
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We thank all volunteers that helped at the event. We also want to thank those who
baked goodies for our bake sale. It was greatly appreciated. We raised $5,125 for Beaver Dam Wrestling for uniforms and equipment.
Dawn Weber, Moraine Park Technical College Business Meeting and Event Planning
class student
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Only about 1 percent of
all college seniors nationwide each year are invited for membership
into the honor society.
The Phi Beta Kappa Society celebrates the pursuit
of excellence in the arts
and sciences.
Giulianna is also a
member of the Marquette
Chapters of the Honor
Society of Jesuit Colleges
and Universities and the
Political Science Honor
Society.
Giulianna will be honored at a brunch at Marquette later this month
where she will receive
the Ignation Leadership
Award. Additionally, she
is the recipient of the
Community Service
Award from the Marquette University Division of Student Affairs.
Giulianna is planning a
year of service before
attending graduate
school.
Area students earn
spot on Moraine Park
list
Moraine Park Technical College recently
named 1,250 students to
the dean’s list for the fall
2015 semester.
To qualify students
must earn a minimum
semester grade point
average of 3.5, be enrolled in at least six credits of undergraduate-level
courses, be in good academic standing and cannot have a failing or incomplete grade for the
semester.
Honored were Elkhart
Lake’s Ian DeMarre and
Daniel Schneider; Howards Grove’s Cathy
Forbes; Kiel’s Shari
Schreiber and Tohnya
Teske; New Holstein’s
Sara Buechel, Jamie Floeter, Quintin Gagnon, Carrie Lisch, Linda Meyer,
Benjamin Roepke, Jessica Winkler; Oostburg’s
Jessey Meyer; Plymouth’s
Tammy Cantwell, Juan
Castillo, Sharon Feldner,
Chloe Kastelic, Jason
Neitzel, Douglas Sass,
Wanda Schaefer, Angela
Schleh, Brittany Schneiter; Random Lake’s D’Angelo Braker, Nathan
Hess, Tyler Hess, Brittany Klossner, Rodney
Lepp, Sara Martens, Samantha Melius, Elizabeth
Potter, Colin Reinehr;
Sheboygan’s Jason Bartz,
Danette Crandell, Juanita
DiMartino, Timothy Fintzen, Wayne Gilbertson,
Jessica Hart, Jessica
Landers, Ashley Pelletier,
Michelle Pickett, Michaela Steinhardt; Sheboygan
Falls’ Brooke Buehler and
Morgan Mueller.
Erik Butzen nets
degree
Sheboygan South High
School graduate Erik
Butzen has received his
doctor of chiropractic
degree recently from the
Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida Campus
in Port Orange, Fla.
To earn a degree Butzen completed nearly
four-and-a-half years of
professional study.
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MPTC offers free peer-to-peer tutoring | Regional news | wiscnews.com
MPTC offers free peer-to-peer tutoring
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The fear of math is something many have experienced more than once in a lifetime, but
for Moraine Park Technical College student Nichole Cochenet, West Bend, that fear
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was eased thanks to her Moraine Park tutor.
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“I gained a better understanding of math and confidence in the classroom, and some of
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my fear of math disappeared,” said Cochenet. “I also gained a friend.”
The one-on-one peer tutoring services offered at Moraine Park have benefited
numerous students throughout the years but is still a valuable college resource often
overlooked by students, according to Michelle Duran, tutoring services specialist.
Some students are simply afraid to ask for help or don’t know where to go, but many
others assume a tutor is not available for the course in which they need assistance,
and that is typically not the case.
“This year we had tutors for more than 100 courses,” said Duran.
“We matched 142 students with 53 tutors, some of whom work with more than one
student.”
Since the fall semester of 2013, Grace Bleiler, Beaver Dam has been tutoring for
classes such as English composition, intro to business, college mathematics,
accounting and more.
“I have benefited by a higher GPA as I’ve had to spend more time studying to be able
to help my fellow students,” said Bleiler. “I have also met some incredible people and
been able to get involved at a deeper level because of my connections with tutoring.”
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Bleiler became a tutor “Because it was a great opportunity for me to network, help
students, learn more about my school subjects and earn money at the same time.”
While students who tutor are paid for their services, tutoring is completely free of
charge for students that receive the tutoring, said Duran.
For Nancy Schaefer, Fond du Lac, the opportunity for tutoring presented itself during
class one day.
“I saw someone in need and offered to help,” said Schaefer, who then signed up to be
a tutor and is now tutoring her classmate.
“If students need help, they definitely should just ask so I can start searching for
someone who can help them right away,” said Duran.
“It is very easy to request a tutor by filling out the request form online or by just giving
me a call so I can walk the student through the process.”
To sign up to be a tutor or to request a tutor call Michelle Duran at 920-924-6488 or
visit morainepark.edu/tutor.
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Waupun Man Pleads In Drug Overdose Death Case
A 33-year-old Waupun man will be sentenced in July for sullying drugs in a 2009 overdose death.
Christopher Skalitzky last Friday in Dodge County Court pled no contest to five charges stemming from the
death of 25-year-old Shallen Carlene Manske of Junea. She was found unresponsive by officers
responding to a possible overdose and pronounced dead a short time later. An autopsy indicated that she
died as the result of those drugs or from a pre-existing seizure disorder. Skalitzky will be sentenced July
29.
FDL School Board Preview
The Fond du Lac School Board will go through some reorganization during their meeting tonight. Fond du
Lac County Judge Peter Grimm will swear in returning members Elizabeth Hayes and Mark Jurgella, and
newcomer Peggy Breister who won election to the board earlier this month. Board officers will be elected,
compensation set for school board members and other business will be conducted. The board meets at 5
p.m. at the District Administration Center Board Room on West 9th Street.
Tree Cutting Scam
A Fond du Lac Police officer urges residents to be careful about not falling for a scam involving tree
trimming. Erik Foster says utility companies are doing their annual tree trimming. He says scammers will
work those neighborhoods approaching residences while the trimming is going on. He says someone will
approach your home and tell you they are with the utility company and need to look at your property. He
says while that person tours the property with you, someone else your home and robs you. He says ask
them to come back when someone is with you or lock your doors if you go outside the home with them. But
he says first ask for ID and call the utility company to verify they have sent someone to look at your
property. Foster says the scam hasn’t hit Fond du Lac yet, but cities to our south.
County Supervisors Updated On Elizabethkingia
Fond du Lac County Public Health Officer Kim Mueller was recently asked to update the County Board on
Elizabethkingia. Mueller told the Board it’s not a rare disease. She says it usually occurs five times a year in
a state and the state has seen it in the past. She says what makes it so unusual this year is the size of the
outbreak. It’s the biggest outbreak the state has ever seen with about 50 people who tested positive for it
and 18 deaths that may be attributable to it. She says it’s hard to say if the 18 deaths are because of the
bacteria. She says it usually strikes people 65 or older that already have serious underlying medical
conditions. She says there’s only been one case in the County and that person was successfully treated for
it.
NFDL Village Board Considers Maintenance Contract For Well
The North Fond du Lac Village Board is exploring whether it should contract for the maintenance of Well #4.
Village Administrator Chuck Hornung says Utility Service Management Group will take care of the
maintenance of wells for an annual fee. He says they contracted with the group on a well and that saved
the village some money when issues arose with it. He says the well was being rehabbed when a number of
things were found that had to be fixed, which was covered under the contract saving the village money in
the process. He says now the Village Board is considering whether to approve a contract for maintenance
of Well #4. He says the village board will consider it at their next meeting.
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Modest Increase May Be Coming After UW Tuition Freeze Lapses
The Chancellor of the UW Colleges says a tuition freeze should end in June of next year. Cathy Sandeen
told KFIZ News that the UW System is concerned about the affordability of their schools. She says they are
still the most affordable choice for higher education in the state. She says their average tuition and fees are
about $5,000 per year, which is way below other options. She says any hike in tuition would be carefully
considered, but they do have faculty and staff that are under compensated compared to their peers. She
says they do worry about retention and a modest, conservative tuition increase would be needed to reward
those people who serve their mission so well.
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Moraine Park Technical College’s Corrections Club will be hosting the Milwaukee House of Correction K-9
Unit today. The event will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac campus
cafeteria and give attendees a look at the highly skilled K-9 operations used in the criminal justice field.
MPTC Vice President of Student Services Stanley Cram says the public is welcome, but he cautions don’t
bring anything the dogs are trained to detect such as contraband. He says a friend of his raises German
Shepherds that are used for similar purposes. He says they are expensive dogs that undergo a lot of
training and often they are imported from Germany. Milwaukee’s K-9 unit consists of 11 teams.
School Library Funding
Public School Districts in Wisconsin will share $37.7 million in library aid. According to the state’s
Department of Public Instruction the Fond du Lac School District will be receiving $288,755. North Fond du
Lac ($58,571), Campbellsport ($62,861), Rosendale-Brandon ($38,931), Oakfield ($20,308), Ripon
($65,404), and Waupun ($77,448) will be receiving the funding as well. The money from the Common
School Fund will be paid today and must be used for the purchase of materials for school libraries.
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Both the Dodge and Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Departments will be hosting Boater Safety Courses. The
course in Fond du Lac will be held on May 10th, 12th, 17th and 19th. The course in Juneau will be on May
25th and 26th. Pre-registration is required. For more information and to register check the Dodge and Fond
du Lac County Sheriff’s websites.
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Manufacturing camp offered at Moraine Park this summer
From June 13 to 17, Moraine Park Technical College is offering its 11th annual
Toolin’ It!, a Nuts, Bolts, &
Thingamajigs manufacturing
summer camp for middle and
high school students ages
13 to 16.
Registration is under way now
for this high-tech, hands-on
experience that provides an
introduction to 21st-century manufacturing technology. Participants have the
chance to learn about computer-aided design, computer-controlled manufacturing
operations, basic electrical systems, machining, welding and
fabrication.
The registration fee in-
cludes all materials, lunches
and field trips. Space is limited.
Register by visiting moraine
park.edu/toolinit or by contacting Lisa Dougherty at
262-306-5321 or email at [email protected]
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through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies.
Moraine Park President Bonnie Baerwald is an alumna of Wisconsin Lutheran College
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and said she knows firsthand the valuable leadership skills fostered there.
The opportunity to now add these servant leadership values to a strong foundation
created at Moraine Park is an exciting prospect for students, according to Baerwald:
“Building off the quality training and learning found at Moraine Park, Wisconsin
Lutheran College offers additional servant leadership values that our students — and
employers — often seek,” she said.
Moraine Park full-transfer programs are as follows: Accounting; AODA
associate; business management–management and supervision; business
management–marketing; business management–small business
education; graphic communications; human resources; information technology–
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The agreement goes into effect this spring for Moraine Park Technical College
students who have satisfied their general education core requirements and completed
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“Collaborating with community partners to deliver increasing numbers of highly
qualified, service-minded leaders is a key component of Wisconsin Lutheran College's
commitment to initiating positive change in our community and the world,” said John
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Technical College.”
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Tutoring service creating lasting impact at Moraine Park
The fear of math is something many
of us have experienced more than once
in our lifetimes, but for Moraine Park
Technical College student Nichole Cochenet of West Bend, that fear was eased
thanks to her Moraine Park tutor.
“I gained a better understanding of
math and confidence in the classroom,
and some of my fear of math disappeared,” said Cochenet. “I also gained
a friend.”
The one-on-one peer tutoring services
offered at Moraine Park have benefited
numerous students throughout the years
but is still a valuable College resource
often overlooked by students, according
to Michelle Duran, tutoring services
specialist at the College.
Some students are simply afraid to
ask for help or don’t know where to go,
but many others assume a tutor is not
available for the course in which they
need assistance, and that is typically
not the case. “This year we had tutors
for more than 100 courses,” said Duran.
“We matched 142 students with 53 tutors, some of who work with more than
one student.”
But, did you know that tutors benefit
just as much as those they help, if not
more?
Since the fall semester of 2013, Grace
Bleiler of Beaver Dam has been tutoring
for classes such as English composition,
introduction to business, college mathematics, accounting and more.
“I have benefited by a higher GPA as
I’ve had to spend more time studying to
be able to help my fellow students,” said
Bleiler. “I have also met some incredible
people and been able to get involved at a
deeper level because of my connections
with tutoring.”
When asked why she chose to become
a tutor, Bleiler said, “Because it was a
great opportunity for me to network,
help students, learn more about my
school subjects and earn money at the
same time.”
While students who tutor are paid for
their services, tutoring is “completely
free of charge for students that receive
the tutoring,” said Duran.
Angie Krewald of West Bend is also
a tutor at Moraine Park. She decided
to begin tutoring in classes such as
pharmacology, health promotions and
complex health alterations this semester
because, “I appreciate the mentorship
and help that I have received from students ahead of me in the program, and
it is important to me to extend that help
to the nursing students right behind me
in the program.”
When asked why she enjoys tutoring,
Krewald said, “My absolute favorite
part of tutoring is when the person I
am tutoring e-mails me to share she
passed the exam that we studied for
together!”
For Nancy Schaefer of Fond du Lac,
the opportunity for tutoring presented
itself during class one day.
“I saw someone in need and offered
to help,” said Schaefer, who then signed
up to be a tutor and is now tutoring her
classmate.
“If students need help, they definitely
should ‘just ask’ so I can start searching
for someone who can help them right
away,” said Duran. “It is very easy to
request a tutor by filling out the request
form online or by just giving me a call
so I can walk the student through the
process.”
To sign up to be a tutor, or to request a
tutor, call Michelle Duran at (920) 9246488 or visit morainepark.edu/tutor.
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Green Lake Reporter
Area middle, high school students can
register for Toolin’ It! Manufacturing Camp
From June 13 to 17, Moraine
Park Technical College is offering its 11th Annual Toolin’ It!,
a Nuts, Bolts, & Thingamajigs
manufacturing summer camp
for middle and high school
students ages 13-16.
Registration is underway
now for this high-tech, handson experience that provides an
introduction to 21st-Century
manufacturing technology. Participants have the chance to
learn about computer-aided
design, computer-controlled
manufacturing operations, basic
electrical systems, machining,
welding and fabrication, and so
much more. Students will also
experience the start-to-finish
satisfaction of designing and
manufacturing a product using high-tech machinery under
the close supervision of expert
manufacturing trainers.
The Toolin’ It! registration
fee is $100 and includes all materials, lunches and field trips.
Space is limited. Register today
by contacting Lisa Dougherty
at (262) 306-5321, or e-mail
[email protected]
Toolin’ It! is part of a national
manufacturing summer camp
program designed and sponsored by Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs, the Foundation of the
Fabricators & Manufacturers
Association.
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Earn a motorcycle license
at Moraine Park this spring
Thinking about pulling your motorcycle out of storage?
Or have you decided – finally – to make this the summer
you get out on the open road? Moraine Park Technical
College’s Motorcycle Rider courses offer a convenient way
to learn to ride and obtain your motorcycle license.
Class registration is now open, with available weekday
morning and evening options, as well as weekend courses
running now until the end of September.
The course is designed for riders of all levels but is
aimed particularly at those seeking a motorcycle license.
Students get actual riding experience in the basic skills of
motorcycling, including straight-line riding, turning, shifting, braking and the mental skills needed for control.
Week-long morning classes are scheduled for May 2 to
5, May 16 to 19 and June 6 to 9. Morning classes begin at
8 a.m. and run until noon each day.
Evening classes are May 23 to 26, June 6 to 9 and June
20 to 23, with times of 5 to 9 p.m.
For weekends, the College is running 20 Friday-to-Sunday sessions from April through September.
The weekend schedule includes class on Friday from 5
to 8:25 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will
be issued a waiver to take to the Department of Motor
Vehicles. This waiver allows students to get a motorcycle
license without taking a road test.
All courses are held at Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac
campus. Motorcycles and helmets are provided by Moraine Park.
For more details and information on registration
options, visit morainepark.edu/motorcycle or call
1-800-472-4554.
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CAMPUS NEWS
—Moraine Park Technical
College named 1,250 students to the Dean’s List for
the fall 2015 semester. To
qualify for the Dean's List
distinction, students must
earn a minimum semester
grade point average of
3.5, be enrolled in at least
six credits of undergraduate-level courses, be in
good academic standing
and cannot have a failing
or incomplete grade for
the semester.
The
following
Kewaskum students were
honored Anne Allmann,
Austin Beuscher, Steven
Bohn,
Erin
Bunch,
Miranda Drewitz, Felecia
Edmonds, Andrea Eilbes,
Carl Eisen, Katelyn Eisen,
Nicholas Faber, Sherry
Goschey, Stacey Graff,
Billie
Gruber,
Leah
Gullickson,
Nancy
Horning, Brielle Legate,
Amy Maurer, Angelica
Meyer,
Cody
Muckerheide,
Jessica
Nurkala, Ashley Pallin,
Rachelle Pallin, Alexander
Piwoni,
Stephanie
Przybylski,
Briana
Raether, Abby Remillard,
Jonathan Schalow, Aaron
Schlosser, Amber Struck,
Kathryn Thull, Kayli Thull,
Adam Waala and Michelle
Westerman.
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Your
Offi
cial Green Lake County Newspaper
BERLIN
JOURNAL
THURSDAY
, APRIL
28, 2016
THURSDAY
, APRIL
28, 2016
Tutoring service creating lasting impact at Moraine Park
The fear of math is something many
of us have experienced more than once
in our lifetimes, but for Moraine Park
Technical College student Nichole Cochenet of West Bend, that fear was eased
thanks to her Moraine Park tutor.
“I gained a better understanding of
math and confidence in the classroom,
and some of my fear of math disappeared,” said Cochenet. “I also gained
a friend.”
The one-on-one peer tutoring services
offered at Moraine Park have benefited
numerous students throughout the years
but is still a valuable College resource
often overlooked by students, according
to Michelle Duran, tutoring services
specialist at the College.
Some students are simply afraid to
ask for help or don’t know where to go,
but many others assume a tutor is not
available for the course in which they
need assistance, and that is typically
not the case. “This year we had tutors
for more than 100 courses,” said Duran.
“We matched 142 students with 53 tutors, some of who work with more than
one student.”
But, did you know that tutors benefit
just as much as those they help, if not
more?
Since the fall semester of 2013, Grace
Bleiler of Beaver Dam has been tutoring
for classes such as English composition,
introduction to business, college mathematics, accounting and more.
“I have benefited by a higher GPA as
I’ve had to spend more time studying to
be able to help my fellow students,” said
Bleiler. “I have also met some incredible
people and been able to get involved at a
deeper level because of my connections
with tutoring.”
When asked why she chose to become
a tutor, Bleiler said, “Because it was a
great opportunity for me to network,
help students, learn more about my
school subjects and earn money at the
same time.”
While students who tutor are paid for
their services, tutoring is “completely
free of charge for students that receive
the tutoring,” said Duran.
Angie Krewald of West Bend is also
a tutor at Moraine Park. She decided
to begin tutoring in classes such as
pharmacology, health promotions and
complex health alterations this semester
because, “I appreciate the mentorship
and help that I have received from students ahead of me in the program, and
it is important to me to extend that help
to the nursing students right behind me
in the program.”
When asked why she enjoys tutoring,
Krewald said, “My absolute favorite
part of tutoring is when the person I
am tutoring e-mails me to share she
passed the exam that we studied for
together!”
For Nancy Schaefer of Fond du Lac,
the opportunity for tutoring presented
itself during class one day.
“I saw someone in need and offered
to help,” said Schaefer, who then signed
up to be a tutor and is now tutoring her
classmate.
“If students need help, they definitely
should ‘just ask’ so I can start searching
for someone who can help them right
away,” said Duran. “It is very easy to
request a tutor by filling out the request
form online or by just giving me a call
so I can walk the student through the
process.”
To sign up to be a tutor, or to request a
tutor, call Michelle Duran at (920) 9246488 or visit morainepark.edu/tutor.
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28
2016
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Earn a motorcycle license
at Moraine Park this spring
Thinking about pulling your motorcycle out of storage?
Or have you decided – finally – to make this the summer
you get out on the open road? Moraine Park Technical
College’s Motorcycle Rider courses offer a convenient way
to learn to ride and obtain your motorcycle license.
Class registration is now open, with available weekday
morning and evening options, as well as weekend courses
running now until the end of September.
The course is designed for riders of all levels but is
aimed particularly at those seeking a motorcycle license.
Students get actual riding experience in the basic skills of
motorcycling, including straight-line riding, turning, shifting, braking and the mental skills needed for control.
Week-long morning classes are scheduled for May 2 to
5, May 16 to 19 and June 6 to 9. Morning classes begin at
8 a.m. and run until noon each day.
Evening classes are May 23 to 26, June 6 to 9 and June
20 to 23, with times of 5 to 9 p.m.
For weekends, the College is running 20 Friday-to-Sunday sessions from April through September.
The weekend schedule includes class on Friday from 5
to 8:25 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will
be issued a waiver to take to the Department of Motor
Vehicles. This waiver allows students to get a motorcycle
license without taking a road test.
All courses are held at Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac
campus. Motorcycles and helmets are provided by Moraine Park.
For more details and information on registration
options, visit morainepark.edu/motorcycle or call
1-800-472-4554.
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Markesan Regional Reporter
Area middle, high school students can
register for Toolin’ It! Manufacturing Camp
From June 13 to 17, Moraine
Park Technical College is offering its 11th Annual Toolin’ It!,
a Nuts, Bolts, & Thingamajigs
manufacturing summer camp
for middle and high school
students ages 13-16.
Registration is underway
now for this high-tech, handson experience that provides an
introduction to 21st-Century
manufacturing technology. Participants have the chance to
learn about computer-aided
design, computer-controlled
manufacturing operations, basic
electrical systems, machining,
welding and fabrication, and so
much more. Students will also
experience the start-to-finish
satisfaction of designing and
manufacturing a product using high-tech machinery under
the close supervision of expert
manufacturing trainers.
The Toolin’ It! registration
fee is $100 and includes all materials, lunches and field trips.
Space is limited. Register today
by contacting Lisa Dougherty
at (262) 306-5321, or e-mail
[email protected]
Toolin’ It! is part of a national
manufacturing summer camp
program designed and sponsored by Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs, the Foundation of the
Fabricators & Manufacturers
Association.
In less than two years, Berkshire Hathaway
Inc. CEO Warren Buffett has bought up more
than 30 newspapers. All told, he’s spent more
than $340 million, and in the process formed the BH
Media Group unit to oversee their operations. Buffett
has publicly proclaimed his belief in the institution
of newspapers, particularly their local strengths,
and the bulk of his newspaper purchases have been
local publications. Buffet is the fourth richest man in
the world, according to Forbes.
“Wherever there is a pervasive sense of community,
a paper that serves the special informational needs
of that community will remain indispensable to
a significant portion of its residents.”
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Earn a motorcycle license
at Moraine Park this spring
Thinking about pulling your motorcycle out of storage?
Or have you decided – finally – to make this the summer
you get out on the open road? Moraine Park Technical
College’s Motorcycle Rider courses offer a convenient way
to learn to ride and obtain your motorcycle license.
Class registration is now open, with available weekday
morning and evening options, as well as weekend courses
running now until the end of September.
The course is designed for riders of all levels but is
aimed particularly at those seeking a motorcycle license.
Students get actual riding experience in the basic skills of
motorcycling, including straight-line riding, turning, shifting, braking and the mental skills needed for control.
Week-long morning classes are scheduled for May 2 to
5, May 16 to 19 and June 6 to 9. Morning classes begin at
8 a.m. and run until noon each day.
Evening classes are May 23 to 26, June 6 to 9 and June
20 to 23, with times of 5 to 9 p.m.
For weekends, the College is running 20 Friday-to-Sunday sessions from April through September.
The weekend schedule includes class on Friday from 5
to 8:25 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will
be issued a waiver to take to the Department of Motor
Vehicles. This waiver allows students to get a motorcycle
license without taking a road test.
All courses are held at Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac
campus. Motorcycles and helmets are provided by Moraine Park.
For more details and information on registration
options, visit morainepark.edu/motorcycle or call
1-800-472-4554.
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Your
Offi
cial Green Lake County Newspaper
BERLIN
JOURNAL
THURSDAY
, APRIL
28, 2016
THURSDAY
, APRIL
28, 2016
Tutoring service creating lasting impact at Moraine Park
The fear of math is something many
of us have experienced more than once
in our lifetimes, but for Moraine Park
Technical College student Nichole Cochenet of West Bend, that fear was eased
thanks to her Moraine Park tutor.
“I gained a better understanding of
math and confidence in the classroom,
and some of my fear of math disappeared,” said Cochenet. “I also gained
a friend.”
The one-on-one peer tutoring services
offered at Moraine Park have benefited
numerous students throughout the years
but is still a valuable College resource
often overlooked by students, according
to Michelle Duran, tutoring services
specialist at the College.
Some students are simply afraid to
ask for help or don’t know where to go,
but many others assume a tutor is not
available for the course in which they
need assistance, and that is typically
not the case. “This year we had tutors
for more than 100 courses,” said Duran.
“We matched 142 students with 53 tutors, some of who work with more than
one student.”
But, did you know that tutors benefit
just as much as those they help, if not
more?
Since the fall semester of 2013, Grace
Bleiler of Beaver Dam has been tutoring
for classes such as English composition,
introduction to business, college mathematics, accounting and more.
“I have benefited by a higher GPA as
I’ve had to spend more time studying to
be able to help my fellow students,” said
Bleiler. “I have also met some incredible
people and been able to get involved at a
deeper level because of my connections
with tutoring.”
When asked why she chose to become
a tutor, Bleiler said, “Because it was a
great opportunity for me to network,
help students, learn more about my
school subjects and earn money at the
same time.”
While students who tutor are paid for
their services, tutoring is “completely
free of charge for students that receive
the tutoring,” said Duran.
Angie Krewald of West Bend is also
a tutor at Moraine Park. She decided
to begin tutoring in classes such as
pharmacology, health promotions and
complex health alterations this semester
because, “I appreciate the mentorship
and help that I have received from students ahead of me in the program, and
it is important to me to extend that help
to the nursing students right behind me
in the program.”
When asked why she enjoys tutoring,
Krewald said, “My absolute favorite
part of tutoring is when the person I
am tutoring e-mails me to share she
passed the exam that we studied for
together!”
For Nancy Schaefer of Fond du Lac,
the opportunity for tutoring presented
itself during class one day.
“I saw someone in need and offered
to help,” said Schaefer, who then signed
up to be a tutor and is now tutoring her
classmate.
“If students need help, they definitely
should ‘just ask’ so I can start searching
for someone who can help them right
away,” said Duran. “It is very easy to
request a tutor by filling out the request
form online or by just giving me a call
so I can walk the student through the
process.”
To sign up to be a tutor, or to request a
tutor, call Michelle Duran at (920) 9246488 or visit morainepark.edu/tutor.
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Area middle, high school students can
register for Toolin’ It! Manufacturing Camp
From June 13 to 17, Moraine
Park Technical College is offering its 11th Annual Toolin’ It!,
a Nuts, Bolts, & Thingamajigs
manufacturing summer camp
for middle and high school
students ages 13-16.
Registration is underway
now for this high-tech, handson experience that provides an
introduction to 21st-Century
manufacturing technology. Participants have the chance to
learn about computer-aided
design, computer-controlled
manufacturing operations, basic
electrical systems, machining,
welding and fabrication, and so
much more. Students will also
experience the start-to-finish
satisfaction of designing and
manufacturing a product using high-tech machinery under
the close supervision of expert
manufacturing trainers.
The Toolin’ It! registration
fee is $100 and includes all materials, lunches and field trips.
Space is limited. Register today
by contacting Lisa Dougherty
at (262) 306-5321, or e-mail
[email protected]
Toolin’ It! is part of a national
manufacturing summer camp
program designed and sponsored by Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs, the Foundation of the
Fabricators & Manufacturers
Association.
In less than two years, Berkshire Hathaway
Inc. CEO Warren Buffett has bought up more
than 30 newspapers. All told, he’s spent more
than $340 million, and in the process formed the BH
Media Group unit to oversee their operations. Buffett
has publicly proclaimed his belief in the institution
of newspapers, particularly their local strengths,
and the bulk of his newspaper purchases have been
local publications. Buffet is the fourth richest man in
the world, according to Forbes.
“Wherever there is a pervasive sense of community,
a paper that serves the special informational needs
of that community will remain indispensable to
a significant portion of its residents.”
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Your
Offi
cial Green Lake County Newspaper
BERLIN
JOURNAL
THURSDAY
, APRIL
28, 2016
THURSDAY
, APRIL
28, 2016
Tutoring service creating lasting impact at Moraine Park
The fear of math is something many
of us have experienced more than once
in our lifetimes, but for Moraine Park
Technical College student Nichole Cochenet of West Bend, that fear was eased
thanks to her Moraine Park tutor.
“I gained a better understanding of
math and confidence in the classroom,
and some of my fear of math disappeared,” said Cochenet. “I also gained
a friend.”
The one-on-one peer tutoring services
offered at Moraine Park have benefited
numerous students throughout the years
but is still a valuable College resource
often overlooked by students, according
to Michelle Duran, tutoring services
specialist at the College.
Some students are simply afraid to
ask for help or don’t know where to go,
but many others assume a tutor is not
available for the course in which they
need assistance, and that is typically
not the case. “This year we had tutors
for more than 100 courses,” said Duran.
“We matched 142 students with 53 tutors, some of who work with more than
one student.”
But, did you know that tutors benefit
just as much as those they help, if not
more?
Since the fall semester of 2013, Grace
Bleiler of Beaver Dam has been tutoring
for classes such as English composition,
introduction to business, college mathematics, accounting and more.
“I have benefited by a higher GPA as
I’ve had to spend more time studying to
be able to help my fellow students,” said
Bleiler. “I have also met some incredible
people and been able to get involved at a
deeper level because of my connections
with tutoring.”
When asked why she chose to become
a tutor, Bleiler said, “Because it was a
great opportunity for me to network,
help students, learn more about my
school subjects and earn money at the
same time.”
While students who tutor are paid for
their services, tutoring is “completely
free of charge for students that receive
the tutoring,” said Duran.
Angie Krewald of West Bend is also
a tutor at Moraine Park. She decided
to begin tutoring in classes such as
pharmacology, health promotions and
complex health alterations this semester
because, “I appreciate the mentorship
and help that I have received from students ahead of me in the program, and
it is important to me to extend that help
to the nursing students right behind me
in the program.”
When asked why she enjoys tutoring,
Krewald said, “My absolute favorite
part of tutoring is when the person I
am tutoring e-mails me to share she
passed the exam that we studied for
together!”
For Nancy Schaefer of Fond du Lac,
the opportunity for tutoring presented
itself during class one day.
“I saw someone in need and offered
to help,” said Schaefer, who then signed
up to be a tutor and is now tutoring her
classmate.
“If students need help, they definitely
should ‘just ask’ so I can start searching
for someone who can help them right
away,” said Duran. “It is very easy to
request a tutor by filling out the request
form online or by just giving me a call
so I can walk the student through the
process.”
To sign up to be a tutor, or to request a
tutor, call Michelle Duran at (920) 9246488 or visit morainepark.edu/tutor.
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Area middle, high school students can
register for Toolin’ It! Manufacturing Camp
From June 13 to 17, Moraine
Park Technical College is offering its 11th Annual Toolin’ It!,
a Nuts, Bolts, & Thingamajigs
manufacturing summer camp
for middle and high school
students ages 13-16.
Registration is underway
now for this high-tech, handson experience that provides an
introduction to 21st-Century
manufacturing technology. Participants have the chance to
learn about computer-aided
design, computer-controlled
manufacturing operations, basic
electrical systems, machining,
welding and fabrication, and so
much more. Students will also
experience the start-to-finish
satisfaction of designing and
manufacturing a product using high-tech machinery under
the close supervision of expert
manufacturing trainers.
The Toolin’ It! registration
fee is $100 and includes all materials, lunches and field trips.
Space is limited. Register today
by contacting Lisa Dougherty
at (262) 306-5321, or e-mail
[email protected]
Toolin’ It! is part of a national
manufacturing summer camp
program designed and sponsored by Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs, the Foundation of the
Fabricators & Manufacturers
Association.
In less than two years, Berkshire Hathaway
Inc. CEO Warren Buffett has bought up more
than 30 newspapers. All told, he’s spent more
than $340 million, and in the process formed the BH
Media Group unit to oversee their operations. Buffett
has publicly proclaimed his belief in the institution
of newspapers, particularly their local strengths,
and the bulk of his newspaper purchases have been
local publications. Buffet is the fourth richest man in
the world, according to Forbes.
“Wherever there is a pervasive sense of community,
a paper that serves the special informational needs
of that community will remain indispensable to
a significant portion of its residents.”
Property of Wisconsin News Tracker and members of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.
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Earn a motorcycle license
at Moraine Park this spring
Thinking about pulling your motorcycle out of storage?
Or have you decided – finally – to make this the summer
you get out on the open road? Moraine Park Technical
College’s Motorcycle Rider courses offer a convenient way
to learn to ride and obtain your motorcycle license.
Class registration is now open, with available weekday
morning and evening options, as well as weekend courses
running now until the end of September.
The course is designed for riders of all levels but is
aimed particularly at those seeking a motorcycle license.
Students get actual riding experience in the basic skills of
motorcycling, including straight-line riding, turning, shifting, braking and the mental skills needed for control.
Week-long morning classes are scheduled for May 2 to
5, May 16 to 19 and June 6 to 9. Morning classes begin at
8 a.m. and run until noon each day.
Evening classes are May 23 to 26, June 6 to 9 and June
20 to 23, with times of 5 to 9 p.m.
For weekends, the College is running 20 Friday-to-Sunday sessions from April through September.
The weekend schedule includes class on Friday from 5
to 8:25 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will
be issued a waiver to take to the Department of Motor
Vehicles. This waiver allows students to get a motorcycle
license without taking a road test.
All courses are held at Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac
campus. Motorcycles and helmets are provided by Moraine Park.
For more details and information on registration
options, visit morainepark.edu/motorcycle or call
1-800-472-4554.
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EVIEW Thursday, April 28, 2016 www.plymouth review.com
Student News
Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac has announced the dean’s list for the
second quarter. The following
local students were named to the
list:
Adell — Samantha Folker,
Keith Gerlach, Lisa Matthies, Rebecca Matthies, Darcy Schraufnagel and Mariah Wright-Peters.
Cedar Grove — Sabrina Depies, Cristal Gilbertson, Jesse
Korthals and Alex TenHaken.
Elkhart Lake — Ian DeMarre
and Daniel Schneider.
Glenbeulah — Cassie Grunow
and Amanda Schubert
Howards Grove — Cathy
Forbes.
Plymouth — Tammy Cantwell,
Juan Castillo, Sharon Feldner,
Chloe Kastelic, Jason Neitzel,
Douglas Sass, Wanda Schaefer, Angela Schleh and Brittany
Schneiter.
Random Lake — D’Angelo
Braker, Nathan Hess, Tyler Hess,
Brittany Klossner, Rodney Lepp,
Sara Martens, Samantha Melius,
Elizabeth Potter and Colin Reinehr.
Sheboygan — Jason Bartz,
Danette Crandell, Juanita DiMartino, Timothy Fintzen, Wayne
Gilbertson, Jessica Hart, Jessica Landers, Ashley Pelletier,
Michelle Pickett and Michaela
Steinhardt.
Sheboygan Falls — Brooke
Buehler and Morgan Mueller
Waldo — Sandra Bryson-Fisher
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BEAVER DAM
SHRM fundraiser
is today
Moraine Park Technical College SHRM will hold a fundraiser
today from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at
Benvenutos, 831 Park Ave., Beaver Dam. A portion of proceeds
from dine in or carryout meals
will be shared from those who
mention they are participating
in the event.
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is offering its annual Toolin’ It!, a Nuts, Bolts, &
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middle and high school students ages 13 to 16.
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Registration is underway now for this high-tech,
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21st-century manufacturing technology. Participants
have the chance to learn about computer-aided design, computer-controlled
manufacturing operations, basic electrical systems, machining, welding and
fabrication and more.
Students also will experience the start-to-finish satisfaction of designing and
manufacturing a product using high-tech machinery under the close supervision of
expert manufacturing trainers.
The Toolin’ It! registration fee includes all materials, lunches and field trips. Space is
limited. Register today by visiting morainepark.edu/toolinit or by contacting Lisa
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Boot Camp. The graduating students were: Allen
Tackes of Allenton; Ryan
Draeger of Beaver Dam;
John Weiland of Campbellsport; Brad Fehrmann
of
Mayville;
Doug
Scheuerman of Slinger;
Ed Boyung and Michael
Miller of West Bend; and
Ed Fisher, Corey Jansma
and Robert Marsh of
Waupun.
A graduation ceremony
took place at Moraine
Park’s Fond du Lac campus last month to commemorate completion of
the Boot Camp.
Marilyn Sievert, director
of learning & development
at Weasler Engineering,
along with Craig Habeck,
programmable logic controller instructor, spoke
during the ceremony.
Additionally, Jim Eden,
Moraine Park’s vice president of academic affairs,
and JoAnn Hall, dean of
economic and workforce
development, addressed
the recent graduates.
“The
training
you
receive during the boot
camp is just the start on
your journey in life-long
learning,” said Hall. “And,
it’s a good start. One that
gives you new skills to
take to the workplace and
put into practice and sets
a strong foundation for
continued growth. We all
have to learn and grow in
our jobs. Our employers
demand it, our customers
demand it and we should
always demand it of ourselves. You’ve developed
a network of resources to
rely on during the boot
camp. Take your technical
skills and your network
with you, but know that
Moraine Park is here for
you on every step of the
life-long learning journey.”
The PLC boot camp is
designed for individuals
working in an industrial
maintenance position and
wishing to gain additional
training in the PLC field.
Moraine Park’s Manufacturing Skills Academy
offers short-term training
programs, known as boot
camps, in several other
fields such as robotic
welding, industrial maintenance and welding manufacturing. They were
designed to combat the
shortage of skilled manufacturing
workers
in
Wisconsin.
Since August of this past
year, five classes in various fields have completed
these boot camps. Since
these programs started in
2012, there have been 23
boot camps with nearly
200 graduates.
Moraine Park partners
with many local manufacturing employers. Business partners for the PLC
boot camp included: Burgess Norton, Marchant
Schmidt, Regal Ware Inc.,
Saputo Cheese USA Inc.,
Serigraphy Inc., Signicast
and Weasler Engineering,
Inc. Some camps are
funded by the U.S.
Department of Labor
TAACT Grant, while others
are
funded
by
the
Wisconsin Fast Forward
Blueprint for Prosperity
Grant.
For more information
about Moraine Park’s
Manufacturing Skills Academies, visit morainepark.
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During a recent ceremony taking place at the Fond du Lac campus, Moraine Park
Technical College graduated students from the Programmable Logic Controller
Fundamentals (PLC) Skills Academy Boot Camp. At the graduation ceremony were,
front from left, Allen
Tackes, Serigraph; John
Weiland, Serigraph; Mike
Miller, Weasler Engi-neering; Ed Boyung, Regalware; Corey Jansma,
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Cheese;
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Craig
Habeck, Moraine Park
instructor.
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NAMI to meet
The National Alliance on
Mental Illness Dodge County
will hold a Connections support group meeting on Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at Moraine Park
Technical College, 700 Gould
St., Beaver Dam.
NAMI offers community education, support and outreach
programs to people affected by
mental illness as well as to their
families and friends that care
about them.
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7, Imagination Network is celebrating with a social
including tasty creations from the Moraine Park’s
Culinary Arts program and a presentation on the
FISH! Philosophy of customer service.
(Photo: Imagination Network
website:
http://www.ignitefonddulaccounty.com/connect/imaginationAspiring entrepreneurs, current small business
network/)
owners, students and other like-minded individuals
are invited to the free Imagination Network meeting
from 5 to 8 p.m. on May 10 at the Moraine Park Technical College cafeteria, 235 N.
National Ave.
National Small Business Week, an SBA event since 1963, recognizes the critical
contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. According to the
SBA (Small Business Administration), more than half of Americans either own or work
for a small business, and small businesses create about two out of three new jobs in
the U.S. each year.
On the evening of May 10, sample meat, fish and poultry creations from Culinary Arts
students (potential, future small business owners) from 5 to 6 p.m. Then, enjoy a fun
presentation from Kim Braatz, Careers Instructor at MPTC, about the FISH!
Philosophy of customer service. Learn how to become truly connected to your work,
your customers, and others by applying the four principles of Play, Make their Day, Be
There, and Choose Your Attitude.
RSVPs are appreciated for the Culinary Tasting Event portion to 920-322-1887 or
email [email protected]
Imagination Network is the peer group of IGNITE! Business Success, the umbrella, goto resource network of 17 local organizations supporting area entrepreneurs.
Imagination Network meetings and events are free and open to everyone. Meetings
occur every second Tuesday of each month.
For more information, visit ignitefonddulaccounty.com/connect/imagination-network or
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Moraine Park group
says thanks
We would like to thank the following businesses and individuals
for supporting our fund raising efforts for our International Trip to
London and Paris:
Benvenuto’s in Beaver Dam,
Benvenuto’s in Fond du Lac, Bullfrog Baseball in Green Bay, McDonald’s on Park Avenue, Taco
Bell, Chill Zone Liquor, Culver’s in
Beaver Dam, Old Hickory Country
Club, Beaver Dam Country Club,
Guys and Dolls Hair Salon, Earthshine Candles, Hogs and Honeez,
MPTC Bookstore, Pat and Doug
Ninmann, Stillman Brewing Co.
in Green Bay, Chill Zone Liquor,
Schumann Printers in Fall River,
The Boat House in Fox Lake, Black
Waters Coffee, Inspire Magazine,
Park Avenue Sports Bar, The Y of
Dodge County, the Dodge County
Fair Board, Remedy Staffing, Aspire Boot Camp, and the Beaver
Dam Daily Citizen.
The Dodge County SHRM stu-
Letters policy
The Daily Citizen welcomes and
encourages letters to the editor
on subjects of interest to our
readers. The most effective letters are brief and to the point,
but all letters will be considered for publication. The use of
any material is at the discretion
of the editor. The Daily Citizen
reserves the right to edit all
letters for length or to avoid
obscenity, libel or invasion of
privacy. All letters must bear
an original signature of the
letterwriter and letters will not
be published unsigned. Letters
should not exceed 300 words.
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dent chapter would also like to
thank the individuals who bid on
our silent auction baskets as well
as the individuals who ate at our
Benvenuto’s Dine Out events.
You truly made a difference in
the lives of our students.
Thanks again for your generosity
Dodge County SHRM Student
Chapter, Mary Vogl-Rauscher
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—Moraine Park Technical
College named 1,250 students to the Dean’s List for
the fall 2015 semester. To
qualify for the Dean's List
distinction, students must
earn a minimum semester
grade point average of
3.5, be enrolled in at least
six credits of undergraduate-level courses, be in
good academic standing
and cannot have a failing
or incomplete grade for
the semester.
The following area students were honored:
Caitlynn Carlson, Sean
Classey, Alec Denzin,
Kristina Faymoville, Tyler
Gassner, Austin Goeden,
Benjamin Haack, Kimberly
Hafermann,
Jackelyn
Hug, Kelley Hughley,
Trenton Kubicek, Cody
Liesener,
Adrianna
Lubner, Tania Malchow,
Amber Moeller, Alicia
Neitzel, Beau Oestreich,
Kara Oestreich, Rebecca
Scannell,
Karah
Schowalter, Kim Schultz,
Adam Seefeldt, Nikolaus
Seilenbinder,
Austin
Tennies and Clayton
Zielieke,
all
of
Campbellsport;
Ryan
Dahlinger, Erin Murphy,
Gina Smith and Micaela
Ward, all of Eden; Tyler
Blanck and Courtney
Fields, both of Mt.
Calvary; Lori Kapellen,
Megan Kapellen, Kim
Konen, Samantha Kraus,
Rebecca Schreiber and
Michelle Walker, all of St.
Cloud.
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—Eric
Walker
of
Campbellsport,
was
recently initiated into The
Honor Society of Phi
Kappa Phi, the nation’s
oldest and most selective
collegiate honor society
for all academic disciplines. Walker was initiated at University of
Wisconsin-Platteville.
Walker
is
among
approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional
staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi
each year. Membership is
by invitation and requires
nomination and approval
by a chapter. Only the top
10 percent of seniors and
7.5 percent of juniors, having at least 72 semester
hours, are eligible for
membership. Graduate
students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates
for
graduate
degrees may also qualify,
as do faculty, professional
staff and alumni who have
achieved scholarly distinction.
Founded in 1897 at the
University of Maine and
headquartered in Baton
Rouge, LA, Phi Kappa Phi
is the nation’s oldest and
most selective all-discipline honor society. The
Society has chapters on
more than 300 college and
university campuses in
North America and the
Philippines. Its mission is
“To recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher
education and to engage
the community of scholars
in service to others.”
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More Than 50 Businesses “Open For Business!”
On May 7 For Lemonade Day
On Saturday, May 7, Lemonade Day will be happening throughout the following communities: Fond du Lac,
North Fond du Lac, Campbellsport, Eden, Waupun,
Lomira, Brownsville, Knowles, Taycheedah and Lake
Mills. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., community members are
encouraged to visit any (or all) of the 52 local lemonade
stands, organized and operated by 170 area grade
school students. For lemonade stand locations and a
printable map, visit www.fdlworks.com/students and
then click on Lemonade Day or stop by the Fond du Lac
Area Association of Commerce after May 1.
More than delicious lemonade, Lemonade Day is the
culmination of weeks of learning and hard work. On
Saturday, May 7, students will open and operate their
Lemonade “business,” for the public. Through the live
experience, these students will be able to understand
the impact of the decisions they made along the way in
developing their business plan. They earn real money
and use 100 percent of their profit to spend, save and
share based on their business goals.
“Kids learn about everything from buying supplies, to
marketing, to picking their perfect selling location,”
explained Melissa Worthington, vice president of the
Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce.
“Lemonade Day is an incredible opportunity for area students and we hope the Fond du Lac community is able
to come out, enjoy delicious lemonade and support
these young entrepreneurs.”
Lemonade Day, powered by Google, is a projectbased learning opportunity that teaches students how to
start, own and operate their own small business: a
lemonade stand. The nationwide program helps kids set
up successful stands with the assistance of adult mentors. It teaches children fundamental skills related to
planning, strategic thinking, financial management,
sales, marketing, business management and community partnership. Lemonade Day in Fond du Lac is a program of Fond du Lac Works, a division of the Fond du
Lac Area Association of Commerce (AC).
For more information visit www.fdlworks.com/students
or contact the AC at (920) 921-9500.
Lemonade Day is made possible through generous
donations of event sponsors, including: Main Squeeze
Sponsor: AT&T; Fresh Squeeze Sponsors: ACH Foam
Technologies, Adashun Jones Real Estate, Agnesian
HealthCare, Fond du Lac County Economic
Development Corporation, Fond du Lac Works, Michel’s
Corporation, Moraine Park Technical College, and
Society Insurance; Lemon Drop Sponsors: Edward
Jones (Steve Millin, Dan Sprader and Pam Tollefson),
Fishy’s Bakery, Fond du Lac Morning Rotary, Horicon
Bank, Huberty CPAs & Trusted Advisors and
wisnet.com.
The mission of Fond du Lac Works is to recruit, retain
and develop a quality workforce. This mission is, in large
part, to help better address the looming skilled labor
shortage facing our area.
Developing a skilled labor pool needed by area business and industry is critical for the future success of our
community. Reaching this goal begins with students currently in the K-12 pipeline. By engaging students of all
ages, the next generation will be better prepared to
attend a post-secondary institution that aligns with a
career interest and ultimately increase the percentage of
students that graduate with a degree needed by area
businesses and industry.
For more information, visit www.fdlworks.com.
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Chapter 52 hosts author Bruce Forciea in May
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Author Bruce Forciea will sell and sign copies of his
novel, “The X Cure,” from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, May 14, at Chapter 52 Bookstore, 52
Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac.
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Forciea, from Delafield, teaches anatomy, physiology and wellness at Moraine Park
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publishers and has self-published science books.
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WAUPACA – The Pieceful Hands Quilt Guild will
host a presentation by Pat
Ehrenberg at 6 p.m. Monday, May 9, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 206 E. Badger St.
She will discuss slave
quilts, plantation life and
the Underground Railroad.
She will answer the question: Was there a secret code
in quilts and blocks to help
slaves find their way to freedom?
Ehrenberg is a registered
Heritage Skilled Artist with
the Wisconsin Arts Board.
She was a featured artist at the Smithsonian Folk
Life Festival in Washington,
D.C. and the People’s Day
Festival in Chiba, Japan.
Ehrenberg has taught
quilting to all ages through
Moraine Park Technical
College, area quilt shops
and schools.
The program is free and
open to the public. Donations for the Waupaca Area
Food Pantry will be collected.
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Motions Being Considered In Washington County Attempted Murder Case
A Washington County Judge next month will consider motions filed by the lawyer defending a 38-year-old
migrant worker charged with stabbing a co-worker. Roberto Castillo-Noyola is charged with attempted first
degree intentional homicide and first degree recklessly endangering safety for the incident last August.
Sheriff’s officials say he believed the other man had stolen beer and money from him. He grabbed a kitchen
knife and stabbed the man multiple times. Castillo-Noyola is being held in the Washington County Jail on a
$50,000 cash bond.
Aeropostale Closing At Forest Mall
The clothing chain Aeropostale is closing 113 stores in the U.S. including one in the Forest Mall in Fond du
Lac. The chain has filed for bankruptcy protection in New York. The only other Wisconsin store its closing is
in Wausau. The clothing chain has lost money for a little over four straight years. The company is also
closing 41 stores in Canada.
Johnson Street Brick Replacement Work Next Week
Fond du Lac’s Public Works Department tell us there will be maintenance to the brick crosswalks on
Johnson St. between Pioneer Rd. and National Ave. Work begins Sunday when crews will be replacing
missing and damaged bricks in crosswalks from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM the following morning. The work is
expected to take 4-5 days. Since all the work will take place at intersections, drivers are being asked to be
extra cautious when encountering the crew particularly when making turning movements. Only single lanes
will be closed at any time and the crew will move along rather quickly.
Intersection Improvements Will Accommodate Overweight And Oversized Vehicles
Governor Scott Walker recently approved approximately $236,000 to improve the State Highway 23 and
U.S. Highway 151 intersection in Fond du Lac. The project begins Tuesday and will be finished by June
30th. Michels Corporation of Brownsville is the prime contractor. The project will widen the ramp
intersection radius with the construction of truck aprons at the Highway151 southbound on-ramp and
Highway 23 to accommodate oversize or overweight vehicles. Currently there are wind tower transport
vehicles that turn left from the right lane that require the use of a police escort to stop traffic. The project
modifies the intersection to safely accommodate these vehicles without the use of a police escort. Lane
closures associated with this construction can be expected on Highway 23.
State Representative Thiesfeldt On Highway 23 Delay
State Representative Jeremy Thiesfeldt says he doesn’t know why Federal Judge Lynn Adelman waited so
long to deny a motion to reinstate the Highway 23 expansion project between Fond du Lac and Plymouth.
He says the DOT got the information the judge wanted for their motion to him last December. He says even
if the judge had reinstated the project waiting until the end of April to issue his decision would have pushed
the project back several years. He says at the earliest the project would have been pushed off until 2018.
He’s hoping the DOT will appeal the judge’s decision, but he says a petition started by citizens certainly
would help the effort to get the project reinstated. Thiesfeldt says he’s surprised some of the families who
have lost loved ones on that stretch of highway haven’t filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the group
1,000 Friends of Wisconsin who initiated the lawsuit that led to the judge’s decision.
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About half of the blood donated in the country is done through Red Cross blood drives. Peter
Sensenbrenner of the local Red Cross says there are a couple of blood drives in Fond du Lac County this
month. He says today people can donate blood at the Oakfield High School from 1:45 to 5:45 p.m. There’s
another at the Mt. Calvary Fire Station on May 14th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the American Legion Post in
Fond du Lac on May 24th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. He says you can find out times and locations for area
blood drives at the Red Cross website. He says it’s a small investment of your time when you donate, but
its saves lives.
Lemonade Day Saturday
About 170 area grade school kids will be participating in the annual Lemonade Day Saturday. Brenda
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Schaefer of Moraine Park Technical College says its good experience for the kids running the more than 50
stands across the area. She says it teaches them how to set goals, develop a business plan, and even
decide about what kind of lemonade they are going to make. Grace Worthington and Ava Petrowitz will be
running a stand outside the Fond du Lac Police Department. Grace says they will have different treats for
sale in addition to the lemonade. Logan Koch will help operate a stand on East Johnson Street near
Subway. He says he’s already familiar with one business reality. He says he was fired from a business he
helped found. Lemonade Day is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Maps of where the stands are located can
be found at the Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce office and the Fond du Lac Works website. Brunswick Dividend For Shareholders
The board of directors of Brunswick Corporation recently declared a regular quarterly dividend on its
common stock of 15 cents per share payable June 15th to shareholders of record on May 24th. Last
October Brunswick increased the dividend by 20 percent.
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Summer Camp Opportunities Through Salvation Army
The Fond du Lac Salvation Army is offering are kids and adults summer camping opportunities. Army Lake
Camp is a 200 acre camp in East Troy. Social Services Director Ron Jacobson says they have all types of
camps for different ages beginning with the Junior Camp for 9 to 12 year olds from June 14th to 17th.
There’s a Music Camp, Outdoor Camp, Family Camp, Kids Camp, Older Adult Camp, Men’s Camp, and a
Craft Camp. He says transportation is provided; it’s only $10, but sign up ends May 27th. But they have
other activities as well including a Summer Archery program in the Salvation Army gym that is free. It’s on
Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. and transportation is available if needed.
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Each year the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ranks Wisconsin employers based on
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“Top Workplaces” list is determined based solely on employee feedback.
Horicon Bank President Fred Schwertfeger says the organization values this feedback.
For an organization approaching its 120th anniversary this year, Schwertfeger says
that being named a Top Workplace is a good sign.
“We hope we continue to be a top workplace and a top bank for our customers for
another 120 years,” he said.
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St. Agnes Hospital’s Center for Physical Rehab is ranked in the top 10 percent of 782
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their delivery of quality patient care that is effective, efficient, timely and patientcentered.
St. Agnes Hospital’s Center for Physical Rehab provides comprehensive rehabilitation
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campus as academic librarian. She will be
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providing classroom instruction on topics related to
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for 20 years. She graduated in 1995 from the Racine
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release deep tissue certified and also is trained in cranio-sacral therapy, reflexology,
polarity therapy, acupressure (Jin Shin Do), andayurvedic therapies. She also has
experience in prenatal care and infant massage PNMT (precision neural mobilization
techniques).
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All four Fond du Lac County institutions of higher
learning have planned their commencement
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ceremony and spring honors for 7 p.m. Friday, May
13, at the Prairie Theater, 400 University Drive.
Marian University will hold commencement weekend on May 13 and Saturday, May 14:
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ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. Friday at the Stayer Center room 205; the nursing
pinning ceremony will begin at 5 p.m. Friday in the Sadoff Gymnasium; the School of
Education commissioning ceremony will begin at 5 p.m. Friday in the Dorcas Chapel;
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Student Center; graduation liturgy will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Dorcas
Chapel and the graduation ceremony will begin at 12:30 p.m. Saturday outdoors on
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Ripon College will begin its commencement ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 15,
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on the hillside behind the Great Hall, on the Harwood Memorial Union Lawn. In event
of rain, the event will be moved to the J.M. Storzer Athletic Center.
Moraine Park Technical College has set its Fond du Lac campus commencement
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UW-Fond du Lac also will host student speaker Deryl McCauley of Lomira. McCauley
is a returning adult student switching careers and pursuing a major in secondary
education with the goal of being a high school teacher. He is president of the Phi
Theta Kappa National Honor Society, served as a tutor in the Learning Commons and
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worked as a student information technology intern while at UW-Fond du Lac.
Marian University’s commencement speaker will be Candice Miller, an author, who will
receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree. Millard is a former writer and editor of
National Geographic and has written several books, including “The River of Doubt:
Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey” and “Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of
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Times bestseller list, and her newest book “Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, a
Daring Escape and the Making of Winston Churchill,” will be released on Sept. 20.
Marian University also will present the Magnificat Award to Kevin Wilson. A former
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fostered over 50 children in the last 20 years and adopted two boys through the foster
care system. In April 2014, Wilson and his business partners opened Pillar & Vine, a
foster care agency located in Brandon.
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Ripon College’s keynote address will be given by Pia Sundhage, who led the UW
Women’s National Soccer Team to two Olympic gold medals at Beijing and London in
2008 and 2012, respectively. She also was named one the 20th century’s greatest
female soccer players, playing in multiple World Cups for her native Sweden.
Ripon College also will award Elaine Coll with an honorary degree at Commencement.
Coll, a graduate of Ohio University and Southern Illinois University, founded the
modern-day women’s intercollegiate athletic program at Ripon College in 1973. During
her 20-year career at Ripon, she coached volleyball, basketball and track and field.
Moraine Park Technical College will host commencement keynote speaker Gina Popp,
president and CEO of wisnet.com. Established in 1996, wisnet.com has grown into a
national website design, website hosting, application development and brand
marketing agency. Popp was named Fond du Lac Future 5 from the Young
Professionals of Fond du Lac and 3 Overachievers Under 30 by New North B2B
Magazine.
Moraine Park Technical College also will host speaker Kayla Ebert, Moraine Park’s
Wisconsin Technical College System 2015-16 District Student Ambassador. She is
also graduating from the college’s human resources program.
For more information about UW-Fond du Lac, call 920-929-1100 or visit fdl.uwc.edu. For more information about Marian University, call 920-923-8133 or visit
marianuniversity.edu/graduation. Tickets are required in the event of inclement
weather. For more information about Ripon College, visit ripon.edu.
For more information about Moraine Park Technical College, call 800-472-4554.
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Fond du Lac Morning Rotary celebrates 25 years
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Fond du Lac Morning Rotary Club celebrated 25
years of service to the Fond du Lac community and
the world at a reception and dinner on April 16 at
Holiday Inn Conference Center.
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Lac Morning Rotary Club)
Since charter, the organization has invested over
$700,000 in charitable contributions to local and
international causes.
Projects and programs to benefit youth and promote literacy are emphasized. They
include revitalizing Chegwin Elementary School’s Nature Center; Birthday Books,
giving every child in grades one through five, in Fond du Lac public and private
schools their own reading-level appropriate book on their birthday; and, since 1996,
Rotary Reader, providing weekly one-on-one reading attention to Pier Elementary
School students.
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Charter members in attendance of the 25-year anniversary meeting were, front row, from left: Julie
Green, Donna Braatz and Ruth Brunette. Back row, from left: Jim Neumann, John Huck, Ted Miller, Al
Roetker, Isaac Owolabi, John Pelletier, Dan Schmidt, Jerry Donohue and Jim Wolfe. (Photo: Photo
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The club supported YMCA’s new construction with $15,000. It also sponsored Fond du
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Lac County’s Prairie Trail along U.S. 151 with $20,000 and installed signs and
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graduates planning to attend Marian University; UW-Fond du Lac or Moraine Park
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Irkutsk, Siberia. The club sent emergency disaster relief to Rosita, Nicaragua; Haiti;
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Hashikami Town, Japan; Phillipines and Nepal. In 2013, the club provided funds for a
bakery in Ate, an impoverished suburb of Lima, Peru. It turns a soybean milk
production byproduct into nutritional bread for children and elderly. Recently, the club
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Rotary International District 7670, North Carolina; Dr. Bill Shaw, president, Fond du
Lac Noon Rotary Club, which sponsored Morning Rotary’s formation; and Mary Jo
Keating, Club president. Charter member Jim Neumann chaired the 25th Anniversary
Committee and acted as Master of Ceremonies.
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Three Moraine Park Technical College students and
Officer Jeremie Gainer stood in a row as Officer
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Gainer was busted for having the drug in a pocket.
Huck is one of three Milwaukee House of Corrections canines that visited the Fond du
Lac college last month. Gainer, Officer Jason Laird and Officer Michael Rievera
conducted demonstrations with their canine partners and gave the audience
information about the animals.
The demonstrations were to show the public the breadth of canine abilities.
"We believe in educating the public in what our dogs are all about," Laird said.
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"We do not train our dogs to kill," Laird said. "Whether we train them to sniff drugs or
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Laird explained that when a dog is given a command, they understand it as play. Once
they successfully complete the command, they receive their favorite toy. In Huck's
case, it's a tennis ball.
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With the exception of the Labrador, the Milwaukee canines are German
shepherds imported from Germany. Officers can trace the lineage of seven
generations in the dogs they purchase. German shepherds are considered the third
smartest dog breed.
Huck was purchased in March 2016 and is used exclusively for sniffing out drugs on
inmates and in their cells.
Having a dozen dogs on hand may seem excessive, but the Milwaukee House of
Corrections' K-9 unit responded to 6,725 instances last year. While a city police officer
handling a canine will respond to 15 calls a month, a corrections officer at the
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"We found it so awesome and cool that we decided to have an event at our school
open to the public to let others be educated about the canines," Braungardt said.
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Municipalities have a
variety of options for raising revenue, generally
through sales and property
taxes. But more creative
means also exist.
One avenue is through
franchise
fees,
which
municipalities collect from
cable companies who in
exchange establish the
infrastructure needed to
provide television service to
subscribers.
“A franchise was a contract between the city and
the cable company, allowing
the cable company to use
the public right of ways, the
telephone lines, and as part
of that contract, they paid
what is called a franchise
fee,” West Bend Community
Television
Coordinator
Mike Ryan said.
Local
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charge their customers as Margaret Lesch of West Bend Community Television operates the control board during a plan commissions
well as revenue received meeting Tuesday evening at West Bend City Hall.
from businesses who advertise on television. However, are listed. There is a line representing the industry. proceeds to fund communi- residents pay for the servthe costs are not entirely item called “franchise fees” “A community can have a ty television programs, ice, only they can submit
borne by the providers, that cities, towns and vil- franchise fee that is lower such as airing local meet- content to air on the public
but passed through to the lages are entitled to.
than that, but the vast ings and high school sports. channel, but Ryan wants to
According to the West expand the service so many
The maximum is at majority of Wisconsin citcustomer. No customer is
Bend city website, its 2016 can view it. That includes
exempt from this fee, 5 percent (of a company’s ies are at 5 percent.”
Local governments have budget for community tele- airing meetings in an online
regardless of the cable com- gross revenues),” said Tom
Moore, executive director discretion on how they vision is slightly more than platform.
pany or service level.
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TV: Some communities use funds for road projects, etc.
“We draw as best we can and using
what we get to serve as many people
as possible, and it is exclusively from
the franchise fees,” Ryan said. “If you
look at what is happening with television, a lot of that stuff with the cable
companies is also going online.”
Others use the money for different
purposes, including as a supplement
of municipality operations.
“The franchise fees that we receive
go into the general fund and are used
to help pay for the operation of the
village government,” said Germantown Village Administrator David
Schornack. “For 2015, we budgeted
$293,000 and received $293,412.19.”
Village of Richfield Administrator
Jim Healy said he doesn’t have the
staff or the need to produce public
access programming, so revenue
becomes part of the general fund
and is used for roads or other
projects.
Until 2008, municipalities negotiated their own fee structure, but that
has changed.
“In 2007 the Legislature changed
that,” Moore said. “Instead, the cable
companies could negotiate with the
state of Wisconsin for essentially any
of the communities they wanted to
serve in the state, and set forth a set
franchise and set stipulations for the
types of things that would have been
in a local franchise.”
Moore said the process encourages
competition.
“Rather than going to different
cities, cable companies could go to the
state, get a franchise from the state
that would allow them to construct
facilities and allow them to offer a
video product wherever they wanted
to in the state,” Moore said. “It makes
it easier.”
Moraine Park Technical College
student Elena Yopps, when asked to
look at a sample bill, didn’t realize the
franchise fee was listed. It didn’t
appear to bother her.
“Companies do that all the time,”
Yopps said. “I am sure companies
have bills to pay they just distribute to
their customers and include it in as a
service fee.”
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Nicole Fideler, a registered nurse in the Kraemer
Cancer Center, has been
honored with the 2016
Excellence
in
Nursing
Award from Froedtert &
the Medical College of
Wisconsin St. Joseph’s
Hospital.
Fideler was nominated by
Nancy Roecker, also a
re gistered
nurse at the
Kraemer
C a n c e r
Center.
“Nicole
has a genuine concern for her
patients,
which can
Fideler be heard
during her
conversations with the
patient in the clinic as well
as on the phone,” Roecker
said. “She exhibits excellent communication skills
among her colleagues as
well, be it explaining a specific procedure, scheduling
surgery or coordinating
efforts.”
Fideler received her associate’s degree in nursing
from Moraine Park Technical College and has been
at St. Joseph’s Hospital for
14 years. She lives in
Kewaskum.
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Higher education
institutions set
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All four Fond du Lac
County institutions of
higher learning have
planned
their
commencement
exercises
for the class of 2016.
UW-Fond du Lac has
set its commencement
ceremony and spring
honors for 7 p.m. Friday,
May 13, at the Prairie
Theater, 400 University
Drive.
Marian
University
will hold commencement weekend on May 13
and Saturday, May 14:
The School of Nursing
and Health Processions
radiologic
technology
pinning ceremony will
begin at 4 p.m. Friday at
the Stayer Center room
205; the nursing pinning
ceremony will begin at 5
p.m. Friday in the Sadoff
Gymnasium; the School
of Education commissioning ceremony will
begin at 5 p.m. Friday in
the Dorcas Chapel; the
President’s Champagne
Reception will begin at 6
p.m. Friday in the Hornung Student Center;
graduation liturgy will
be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Dorcas Chapel and the graduation
ceremony will begin at
12:30 p.m. Saturday outdoors on the Marian University quad.
Ripon College will begin its commencement
ceremony at 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 15, on the
hillside behind the Great
Hall, on the Harwood
Memorial Union Lawn.
In event of rain, the
event will be moved to
the J.M. Storzer Athletic
Center.
Moraine Park Technical College has set its
Fond du Lac campus
commencement ceremony for 10 a.m. Saturday,
May 21, at Fond du Lac
High School. Doors open
at 8:30 a.m.
Guest speakers
UW-Fond du Lac will
host Chancellor Cathy
Sandeen, of UW Colleges
and the UW-Extension as
commencement speaker.
Sandeen has led these
two institutions of the
UW System since 2014.
UW-Fond du Lac also
will host student speaker
Deryl McCauley of Lomira. McCauley is a returning adult student
switching careers and
pursuing a major in secondary education with
the goal of being a high
school teacher. He is
president of the Phi Theta Kappa National Honor
Society, served as a tutor
in the Learning Commons and worked as a
student
information
technology intern while
at UW-Fond du Lac.
Marian University’s
commencement speaker
will be Candice Miller, an
author, who will receive
an honorary Doctor of
Letters degree. Millard
is a former writer and
editor of National Geographic and has written
several books, including
“The River of Doubt:
Theodore
Roosevelt’s
Darkest Journey” and
“Destiny of the Republic:
A Tale of Madness, Medicine & the Murder of a
President,”
both
of
which were on the New
York Times bestseller
list, and her newest book
“Hero of the Empire:
The Boer War, a Daring
Escape and the Making
of Winston Churchill,”
will be released on Sept.
20.
Marian
University
also will present the
Magnificat Award to
Kevin Wilson. A former
EMT and Trauma Tech,
Wilson is now a treatment foster care provider. He has fostered over
50 children in the last 20
years and adopted two
boys through the foster
care system. In April
2014, Wilson and his business partners opened Pillar & Vine, a foster care
agency located in Brandon.
Ripon College’s keynote address will be given by Pia Sundhage, who
led the UW Women’s National Soccer Team to
two Olympic gold medals at Beijing and London
in 2008 and 2012, respectively. She also was
named one the 20th century’s greatest female
soccer players, playing
in multiple World Cups
for her native Sweden.
Ripon College also
will award Elaine Coll
with an honorary degree
at Commencement. Coll,
a graduate of Ohio University and Southern Illinois University, founded
the modern-day women’s
intercollegiate athletic
program at Ripon College in 1973. During her
20-year career at Ripon,
she coached volleyball,
basketball and track and
field.
Moraine Park Technical College will host commencement
keynote
speaker Gina Popp,
president and CEO of
wisnet.com. Established
in 1996, wisnet.com has
grown into a national
website design, website
hosting, application development and brand
marketing agency. Popp
was named Fond du Lac
Future 5 from the Young
Professionals of Fond du
Lac and 3 Overachievers
Under 30 by New North
B2B Magazine.
Moraine Park Technical College also will host
speaker Kayla Ebert,
Moraine Park’s Wisconsin Technical College
System 2015-16 District
Student
Ambassador.
She is also graduating
from the college’s human resources program.
For more information
about UW-Fond du Lac,
call 920-929-1100 or visit
fdl.uwc.edu.
For more information
about Marian University,
call 920-923-8133 or visit
marianuniversity.edu/
graduation. Tickets are
required in the event of
inclement weather.
For more information
about Ripon College, visit ripon,edu.
For more information
about Moraine Park
Technical College, call
800-472-4554.
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Two Ripon College Graduates hold up their honors cords at
the 2015 Commencement Ceremony.
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09
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hree Moraine Park Technical College
students and Officer Jeremie Gainer
stood in a row as Officer Michael Rievera gave Huck, a Labrador retriever, a
command in Dutch.
Huck weaved around the four people, sniffing for marijuana. He paused periodically
around Gainer and then sat and stared at him.
Gainer was busted for having the drug in a
pocket.
Huck is one of three Milwaukee House of
Corrections canines that visited the Fond du
Lac college last month. Gainer, Officer Jason
Laird and Officer Michael Rievera conducted
demonstrations with their canine partners and
gave the audience information about the animals.
The demonstrations were to show the public
the breadth of canine abilities.
“We believe in educating the public in what
our dogs are all about,” Laird said.
The K-9 unit at the Milwaukee House of Corrections is the largest in the state. The facility
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Officer Michael
Rievera
demonstrates
how Hawk, a
Milwaukee
House of
Corrections K-9,
bites on
command. The
K-9s are trained
to bite through
play and reward.
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Deanna Nanez, Carla Braungardt and Brooke Schwemer, all students at Moraine Park Technical
College, line up to be sniffed for drugs by a Labrador retreiver during a demonstration of K-9
skills at the college. Milwaukee House of Corrections K-9 Officer Michael Rievera is the handler
of the animal. In total, the House of Corrections has a dozen dogs, 11 of which do multiple jobs.
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has 12 dogs, 11of which are
dual-purpose,
meaning
they can perform more
than one job. The dogs are
used to walk the fence
lines surrounding the jail,
search lockers and inmate’s luggage and patrol
during disturbances.
“We do not train our
dogs to kill,” Laird said.
“Whether we train them to
sniff drugs or do bite
work, the dogs are trained
to play.”
Laird explained that
when a dog is given a command, they understand it
as play. Once they successfully complete the
command, they receive
their favorite toy. In
Huck’s case, it’s a tennis
ball.
With the exception of
the Labrador, the Milwaukee canines are German
shepherds imported from
Germany. Officers can
trace the lineage of seven
generations in the dogs
they purchase. German
shepherds are considered
the third smartest dog
breed.
Huck was purchased in
March 2016 and is used exclusively for sniffing out
drugs on inmates and in
their cells.
Having a dozen dogs on
hand may seem excessive,
but the Milwaukee House
of Corrections’ K-9 unit
responded to 6,725 instances last year. While a
city police officer handling a canine will respond
to 15 calls a month, a corrections officer at the Milwaukee facility will respond to 110 to 130 each
month.
Criminal justice student Carla Braungardt,
one of three students who
organized the event, saw
canine demonstrations in
March 2015. She and her
colleagues were determined to bring a similar
event to Moraine Park.
“We found it so awesome and cool that we decided to have an event at
our school open to the public to let others be educated about the canines,”
Braungardt said.
Reach Madeline Zukowski at 920-907-7968 or
[email protected]
.com;
on
Twitter:
@madszuko.
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Aurora gives scholarships
to area students
Aurora Medical Center, Hartford, recently awarded scholarships to nine students to pursue
careers in health care.
Hartford Union High School
sophomores Hannah Goodchild
and Katerina Tadlock were awarded full-scholarships to Moraine
Park Tech College for careers as
certified nursing assistants. As
part of their scholarships, they
will be offered employment at
Aurora Medical Center when their
training is complete.
Seven seniors received scholarships totaling $10,000: Emmalee
Ciriacks, West Bend East High
School, Elysia Dowd, Slinger High
School, Lindsey Du Charme and
Laura Jean Weishan, Kewaskum
High School, Amy Holzer and
Elisha Jaeke, HUHS and Elliot
Shambeau,
Kettle
Moraine
Lutheran High School.
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Daily News staff
By NICHOLAS
DETTMANN
Daily News
It wasn’t glamorous, but researching and putting the
pieces together for
papers in high
school piqued the
interest of Alex
Beld, the Daily
News’ newest staff
reporter.
Originally from
Madison, the 25year-old University
of Wisconsin-Oshkosh graduate majored in journalism
with emphasis on writing
and editing, and visual, and
minored in environmental
studies.
He graduated in December 2013.
“The Daily News is fortunate to have Alex on our
team,”
Editor
Jennifer
McBride said. “He is curious
and creative and will bring
a fresh perspective to
the Daily News and the
community.”
After graduation, Beld
worked for a marketing company — DealerFire. It was
later bought out and
changed to DealerSocket. He
was a content writer and
search engine optimization
specialist.
At Oshkosh, he wrote
for the school’s student
newspaper — the AdvanceTitan.
“I decided that I preferred, if I was going to be
writing, I preferred
to do something in
the world of news
rather than doing
more marketing,” he
said, adding he likes
reporting on local
news.
At the Daily News,
he will cover local
business, the West
Beld Bend School District,
Moraine Park Technical College and the
University of WisconsinWashington County.
Beld said he likes the storytelling aspect as his reason for being a journalist.
“I like finding things out
that people don’t know
about, even people who have
been living in the area for a
while,” Beld said.
He knew journalism was
a career worth pursing his
freshman year at Oshkosh.
“I took some entry level
courses and it just seemed to
fit,” Beld said.
Beld’s interests include
the outdoors, photography,
design, downhill skiing,
rock climbing, art and, of
course, writing.
Reach sports editor
Nicholas Dettmann at
[email protected]
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Agnesian HealthCare welcomes psychotherapist
Kristi Sook to Fond du Lac and Ripon offices
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes Kristi Sook, LCSW, CSAC, a
psychotherapist, to St. Agnes Hospital’s Outpatient Behavioral Health
Services. She is now seeing patients at St. Agnes Hospital, 430 E.
Division Street in Fond du Lac, and at Ripon Medical Center, 845
Parkside Street in Ripon on Tuesdays.
Sook works with patients 13 years and older on a variety of concerns,
including: adjustment disorder, anger management, anxiety/panic
disorder, bipolar disorder, communication skills, depression/suicidal
ideation, family issues, fears and phobias, grief issues, marital/couple/
relationship issues, obsessive compulsive disorders, personality disorders, self-esteem issues, social phobias, social skills enhancement,
stress management/relaxation training, and weight management.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Marian University and her master’s degree in social work from the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She completed her coursework as an alcohol
and drug counselor at Moraine Park Technical College.
“I am pleased to be joining the team of behavioral health providers with Agnesian HealthCare,” Sook says. “I look forward to
providing behavioral health services to the Fond du Lac and Ripon
communities.”
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Sook,
call (920) 926-4200.
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Moraine Park hosts Portfolio Showcase, May 11
Graduating students from Moraine Park Technical College’s Graphic Communications, Interactive
Media Design and IT Web Designer/Developer programs will be showcasing their talents at the College’s
Portfolio Showcase on Wednesday, May 11 at the
West Bend campus.
This annual event highlights the projects and work
these graduating students have completed in their
respective programs while at Moraine Park, and it
allows them to share their projects with prospective
employers, the local community and Moraine Park
students and staff. Students from the Fond du Lac
and West Bend campuses will have their work on
display.
Portfolio Night is free and will be held on Moraine
Park’s West Bend campus at 2151 N. Main St. from 4–
6 p.m. For more information, contact Shawn McAfee
at (920) 924-3342 or [email protected]
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Kewaskum Resident Honored
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Nicole Fideler, registered
nurse
in
the
Kraemer Cancer Center in
West Bend, has been honored with the 2016
Excellence in Nursing
Award from Froedtert &
the Medical College of
Wisconsin St. Joseph’s
Hospital.
When Fideler joined the
KCC, she studied and
researched
particular
areas of interest to help
develop those programs,
said nominator Nancy
Roecker, RN, Kraemer
Cancer Center. “Our
patients received the care
they deserve because of
Nicole’s constant ambition, drive, commitment
and dedication to all she
cares for. She does not
settle for what has been
done, but constantly
strives to improve care.”
“They were all such
great nominations, I feel
very honored to win,” said
Fideler, who has worked
at St. Joseph’s Hospital
for 14 years. “I really like
patient care. I enjoy helping patients educate themselves so they can be
healthy.”
“Nicole has a genuine
concern for her patients,
which can be heard during
her conversations with the
patient in the clinic as well
as on the phone,” said
Roecker. “She exhibits
excellent communication
NICOLE FIDELER
skills among her colleagues as well, be it
explaining a specific procedure, scheduling surgery
or
coordinating
efforts.”
Fideler received her
associate’s degree in
nursing from Moraine Park
Technical College. She
resides in Kewaskum.
Registered nurses at St.
Joseph’s nominate bedside nurses for this annual
award, based on excellence in their area of practice, quality care to
patients and families,
teamwork and leadership
skills.
In addition to Fideler,
nominees were Tammy
Boelk, Birth Center; Julie
Cobb, Kramer Cancer
Center;
Sandy
Dunnington,
Surgery;
Jennifer Finger, ED; Laura
Lehrer, Med/Surg; Melissa
Ratzmer, ED; and Amy
Seebantz, Med/Surg.
“Much to my disappointment, Nicole has continued her journey in her
thirst for knowledge by
recently transitioning to
the Birth Center Special
Care
Nursery,”
said
Roecker. “Her presence
and contributions will be
missed in the cancer center. May her new colleagues benefit from
Nicole’s nursing excellence as I know she will
deliver. It is because of her
excellence she deserves
this award.”
Froedtert & the Medical
College of Wisconsin St.
Joseph’s Hospital, founded in 1930 by local doctors, community leaders
and the Sisters of the
Divine Savior, is a full-service hospital serving residents of West Bend and
Washington County. St.
Joseph’s Hospital, specializing in women’s health
and birthing services, cancer care, surgical procedures and rehabilitation
services, is part of the
Froedtert & the Medical
College of Wisconsin
health care network,
which
also
includes
Froedtert
Hospital,
Milwaukee; Community
Memorial
Hospital,
Menomonee Falls; and
more than 30 primary and
specialty care health centers and clinics.
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Agnesian HealthCare welcomes psychotherapist
Kristi Sook to Fond du Lac and Ripon offices
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes Kristi Sook, LCSW, CSAC, a
psychotherapist, to St. Agnes Hospital’s Outpatient Behavioral Health
Services. She is now seeing patients at St. Agnes Hospital, 430 E.
Division Street in Fond du Lac, and at Ripon Medical Center, 845
Parkside Street in Ripon on Tuesdays.
Sook works with patients 13 years and older on a variety of concerns,
including: adjustment disorder, anger management, anxiety/panic
disorder, bipolar disorder, communication skills, depression/suicidal
ideation, family issues, fears and phobias, grief issues, marital/couple/
relationship issues, obsessive compulsive disorders, personality disorders, self-esteem issues, social phobias, social skills enhancement,
stress management/relaxation training, and weight management.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Marian University and her master’s degree in social work from the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She completed her coursework as an alcohol
and drug counselor at Moraine Park Technical College.
“I am pleased to be joining the team of behavioral health providers with Agnesian HealthCare,” Sook says. “I look forward to
providing behavioral health services to the Fond du Lac and Ripon
communities.”
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Sook,
call (920) 926-4200.
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Moraine Park hosts Portfolio Showcase, May 11
Graduating students from Moraine Park Technical College’s Graphic Communications, Interactive
Media Design and IT Web Designer/Developer programs will be showcasing their talents at the College’s
Portfolio Showcase on Wednesday, May 11 at the
West Bend campus.
This annual event highlights the projects and work
these graduating students have completed in their
respective programs while at Moraine Park, and it
allows them to share their projects with prospective
employers, the local community and Moraine Park
students and staff. Students from the Fond du Lac
and West Bend campuses will have their work on
display.
Portfolio Night is free and will be held on Moraine
Park’s West Bend campus at 2151 N. Main St. from 4–
6 p.m. For more information, contact Shawn McAfee
at (920) 924-3342 or [email protected]
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Agnesian HealthCare welcomes psychotherapist
Kristi Sook to Fond du Lac and Ripon offices
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes Kristi Sook, LCSW, CSAC, a
psychotherapist, to St. Agnes Hospital’s Outpatient Behavioral Health
Services. She is now seeing patients at St. Agnes Hospital, 430 E.
Division Street in Fond du Lac, and at Ripon Medical Center, 845
Parkside Street in Ripon on Tuesdays.
Sook works with patients 13 years and older on a variety of concerns,
including: adjustment disorder, anger management, anxiety/panic
disorder, bipolar disorder, communication skills, depression/suicidal
ideation, family issues, fears and phobias, grief issues, marital/couple/
relationship issues, obsessive compulsive disorders, personality disorders, self-esteem issues, social phobias, social skills enhancement,
stress management/relaxation training, and weight management.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Marian University and her master’s degree in social work from the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She completed her coursework as an alcohol
and drug counselor at Moraine Park Technical College.
“I am pleased to be joining the team of behavioral health providers with Agnesian HealthCare,” Sook says. “I look forward to
providing behavioral health services to the Fond du Lac and Ripon
communities.”
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Sook,
call (920) 926-4200.
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Moraine Park hosts Portfolio Showcase, May 11
Graduating students from Moraine Park Technical College’s Graphic Communications, Interactive
Media Design and IT Web Designer/Developer programs will be showcasing their talents at the College’s
Portfolio Showcase on Wednesday, May 11 at the
West Bend campus.
This annual event highlights the projects and work
these graduating students have completed in their
respective programs while at Moraine Park, and it
allows them to share their projects with prospective
employers, the local community and Moraine Park
students and staff. Students from the Fond du Lac
and West Bend campuses will have their work on
display.
Portfolio Night is free and will be held on Moraine
Park’s West Bend campus at 2151 N. Main St. from 4–
6 p.m. For more information, contact Shawn McAfee
at (920) 924-3342 or [email protected]
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Agnesian HealthCare welcomes psychotherapist
Kristi Sook to Fond du Lac and Ripon offices
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes Kristi Sook, LCSW, CSAC, a
psychotherapist, to St. Agnes Hospital’s Outpatient Behavioral Health
Services. She is now seeing patients at St. Agnes Hospital, 430 E.
Division Street in Fond du Lac, and at Ripon Medical Center, 845
Parkside Street in Ripon on Tuesdays.
Sook works with patients 13 years and older on a variety of concerns,
including: adjustment disorder, anger management, anxiety/panic
disorder, bipolar disorder, communication skills, depression/suicidal
ideation, family issues, fears and phobias, grief issues, marital/couple/
relationship issues, obsessive compulsive disorders, personality disorders, self-esteem issues, social phobias, social skills enhancement,
stress management/relaxation training, and weight management.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Marian University and her master’s degree in social work from the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She completed her coursework as an alcohol
and drug counselor at Moraine Park Technical College.
“I am pleased to be joining the team of behavioral health providers with Agnesian HealthCare,” Sook says. “I look forward to
providing behavioral health services to the Fond du Lac and Ripon
communities.”
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Sook,
call (920) 926-4200.
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Moraine Park hosts Portfolio Showcase, May 11
Graduating students from Moraine Park Technical College’s Graphic Communications, Interactive
Media Design and IT Web Designer/Developer programs will be showcasing their talents at the College’s
Portfolio Showcase on Wednesday, May 11 at the
West Bend campus.
This annual event highlights the projects and work
these graduating students have completed in their
respective programs while at Moraine Park, and it
allows them to share their projects with prospective
employers, the local community and Moraine Park
students and staff. Students from the Fond du Lac
and West Bend campuses will have their work on
display.
Portfolio Night is free and will be held on Moraine
Park’s West Bend campus at 2151 N. Main St. from 4–
6 p.m. For more information, contact Shawn McAfee
at (920) 924-3342 or [email protected]
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Money For NFDL Splash Pad Will Be Included In County Budget
The Fond du Lac County UW Extension Education, Agriculture, and Recreation Committee recently
approved putting $26,000 into the 2017 County Budget for the North Fond du Lac Pool splash pad project.
County Executive Al Buechel says the County Board recently approved something similar for Ripon. He
says about the same population would be served by a splash pad at the North Fond du Lac Pool. He says
something similar occurred when the pool was put in at the County Fairgrounds in Fond du Lac. He says a
supervisor representing the North Fond du Lac area asked the County to do something for North Fond du
Lac. Buechel says the County agreed to take over the pool debt service payments in the Village for six
years. Buechel says even though the money for the splash pad will be included in the County Budget for
next year it will still have to be approved during the budget process.
Fire Pit Burning Concerns
The Division Chief of Fire Prevention for Fond du Lac Fire and Rescue says they have been experiencing
problems with residents burning materials they are supposed to while using fire pits. Troy Haase says you
can burn clean wood, but nothing else. He says people are burning garbage, cardboard and parts of
furniture. He says they’ve reached a point where they are going to have cite people for the violations. He
says they will allow a little leeway for people who are new to the area and don’t know about the City
ordinance regarding fire pits yet. But he says there are things people should know they obviously can’t
burn.
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Johnson Gets State GOP Endorsement During Convention
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson got his party’s endorsement when Republican’s held their State Convention in
Green Bay this past weekend. GOP Communications Director Pat Garrett says Johnson will be better for
the state than his opponent former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold. He says Johnson is a citizen legislator who
has proven to be a real problem solver in Washington. Garrett says Feingold is more about growing
government. He says Feingold spent 18 years in Washington and is more about growing Washington
Government than growing Wisconsin. One of the hot debates is over who dropped the ball when it came to
doing something about medication abuses at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tomah. Garrett says
they have some telling audio they haven’t released yet that shows Feingold’s office knew about the abuses
before he left office. He says Feingold knew as early as 2008 while Johnson took action as soon as
possible.
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Waupun Facilities Survey Deadline Today
Today is the deadline for Waupun Area School District residents to weigh in on an online facilities’ planning
survey. The data collected on the survey will guide the district in making short and long-term facility
decisions. The district will put a facilities referendum before voters next November. Survey results will be
released at a school board meeting next Monday at 6 p.m. at the Rock River Intermediate School
Auditorium. To take the survey you will have to enter an individual access code found on the survey. You
can get the code by calling the District office at (920) 324-9341. New Position Created For Local Habitat Chapter
Habitat for Humanity of Fond du Lac County has created a new position to handle donations. Bob Guess a
former Fond du Lac fireman has been named Habitat’s Gift and Kind Coordinator. Guess says at first he
just volunteered for Habitat. He then worked on the sales floor at the ReStore. He says his position is like
becoming a special teams coach. He says he will be working with office supplies companies, real estate
agents and anyone who might want to donate furniture and other items to their ReStore to sell. He says the
money they make at the ReStore helps pay for the homes that Habitat builds in the community. He says he
will also work with people who would like to leave something to Habitat in their wills. This year Habitat will
be building two new homes in Fond du Lac and one in Ripon. MPTC Commencement Speaker Announced
Moraine Park Technical College has announced Gina Popp, president and CEO of wisnet.com, as the 2016
Commencement keynote speaker. The College’s Commencement Ceremony will be held Saturday at 10
a.m. at the Fond du Lac High School field house. Nearly 800 graduate candidates will be receiving
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associate of applied science degrees and technical diplomas, with approximately 350 graduate candidates
expected to participate in the Commencement Ceremony. Bonnie Baerwald, Moraine Park president, will
preside over the ceremony. Popp, who grew up just outside Fond du Lac, is a 2005 Marian University
applied information technology graduate with a business administration minor. This year’s commencement
will also feature student speaker Kayla Ebert. Ebert is Moraine Park’s Wisconsin Technical College System
2015-16 District Student Ambassador, and is graduating from the College’s Human Resources program.
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Fruth Field Photos Sought
Photos of Fruth Field are being sought to help with the design of a mural that will be painted on the south
wall of the Cardinals Nest Store. The mural will be visible from the field. Old yearbook photos are playing a
significant role in the layout of the mural, but community members are urged to submit any photos they may
have taken from historical events at the old Fond du Lac Goodrich High School. For example photos
depicting Fondy football games, graduations, pep assemblies, track meets, and class pictures. Electronic
photos may be submitted to [email protected] Hard copies of photos may be dropped off
at Fond du Lac High School to the attention of the Cardinals Nest or mailed to Cardinals Nest - Fond du
Lac High School, 801 Campus Drive, Fond du Lac, WI 54935.
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Matthews Tire Program Donates To Old Glory Honor Flights
Matthew’s Tire is hosting an Oil Change for the Better this week at its stores in Appleton, Green Bay,
Menasha, Fond du Lac and Waupaca. Matthew’s will donate $5 to the Old Glory Honor Flight program from
every regularly priced oil change performed. The special program runs through Saturday. Through the Old
Glory Honor Flights local veterans are flown to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials.
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