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The first phase of the Riverwalk debuted last summer. It included an asphalt running trail south along Government Island, a walking bridge and viewing pier.
Auditions will be held at the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., Plymouth, on May 19 at 1 p.m. for ages 8 to 12, and at 5 p.m. for ages 13 through adult.
"Now it's gotten so we're patching on top of patches, and the roads are falling apart to the point there's no more patching them," said Town Chairman Larry Harding.
<![CDATA[Kohler Co. is one of three Wisconsin companies named recenlty as a semifinalist for the 2013 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the department's highest honor for employers that providesupport to their Guard and Reserve employees. There are 138 semifinalists nationwide selected from 2,899 nominated by a Guard or Reserve employee. The other two Wisconsin semifinalists are the St Croix County Sheriff's Office in Hudson and UPI Manufacturing in Eagle. Finalists will be announced in May. Sartori Cheese recognized family-owned and -operated Patron Dairy Producers recently for providing the highest quality milk and cheese yield. Each producer is located within 50 miles 50 miles of Sartori's Plymouth plant. Gold Medal Best Quality Milk awards were handed out to the following farms: Kracht Family Farm, Hillside Dairy, Nick Van Gheem Farms, Jacque Dairy Farm, Otto Farms, Daniel Meyer, Grunwald Family Dairy, Tommy and Tammy Andersen, Country Aire Farms, Theisen Family Farm, Morning Star Dairy Farm, Fischer & Clark Dairy, and Majestic Crossing Dairy. Yield quality awards were given to Morning Star Dairy Farm, Sam Bontrager, Majestic Crossing Dairy, Grunwald Family Dairy, Dean and Rachel Bramstedt, Larry Pringnitz Jr., and Thomas & Tammy Andersen. Times Printing Co. Inc. will mark its 95th anniversary of operation on Wednesday, May 1. The family-owned business began in 1918. Jack Scholler, president of Times Printing, says, "This anniversary is very special to our family, but especially to my dad, Ray Scholler, who has been here the entire 95 years to see the company grow from a weekly community newspaper to one of the top 100 printers in the country." The Van Horn Automotive Group recently donated a Dodge RAM truck to Habitat for Humanity Lakeside. Habitat is a nonprofit organization that works to improve substandard housing. The group has built more than 300,000 homes in 90 countries, providing homes to 1.5 million people. The local chapter has built 33 homes and operates a ReStore in Sheboygan. "Habitat for Humanity is a great organization that provides families a decent and affordable place to live," said Teresa Van Horn, Owner of Joe Van Horn Chevrolet in Plymouth. "We are happy to support their local success with this donation." For more information about Habitat for Humanity Lakeside, to online to www.habitatlakeside.org. The Job Seekers Networking group will meet three times in May. Each meeting is from 6 to 7 p.m. in the lower level of the Sheboygan United Way building, 2020 Erie Ave. The meeting topics are: * Wednesday, May 1, the topic will be "Phone Interview Etiquette." Amy Myska, with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, will be the guest presenter. * Wednesday, May 8, will be an open networking night, during which job seekers can share stories about their job search. * Wednesday, May 22, the topic will be "What's Your Biggest Job Search Hurdle?" The guest presenter will be Matt Kautzer, with Consumer Credit Counseling Service. For more information, United Way of Sheboygan County, 920-458-3425.
Races will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the school. Participants can choose from a 5K run or a 2-mile run/walk on cross country-style courses.
Four area students are scheduled to perform in the 43rd annual Senior Honor Recital at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan, at 2 p.m. May 5. The event will feature Sheboygan North High School senior Rebecca DenBoer singing soprano, Sheboygan South High School senior Houa Lee singing soprano, Plymouth homeschooler ... (more)
County Youth Government Day is a nationwide annual event sponsored locally by the 14 American Legion Posts that comprise the "Sheboygan County Council" under the leadership of County Commander Greg Eirich.
Waukesha could have three to five murals installed in the downtown area in conjunction with the second phase of the Waukesha GuitarTown project.
Area residents receiving the honorary "Who's Who" award included Laurine Achieng, Sarah Wagner and Alice Antwi-Asimeng, all of Sheboygan; Brittany Bohm and Karissa Anderson of Oostburg; Kristal Klemme of Sheboygan Falls; and James Trazile of Plymouth.
Flood Warning for Sheboygan County was issued at May 19 at 4:00AM CDT