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Living the Legacy Reunion Concert at Southern Door
The Southern Door School District has announced that it will kick off its 25th anniversary year with a “Living the Legacy” reunion concert at 7PM on Saturday, September 24th at the Southern Door Community Auditorium. The concert will showcase the memorable moments that occurred on stage featuring students from the classes of 1992 to the present. It’s expected to be a special opportunity to celebrate … Continue reading
Sail Through The Avenues Sidewalk Sale Thursday
The annual Sturgeon Bay Sidewalk Sale, “Sail Through the Avenues,” is set for Thursday from 9AM to 5PM. Pam Seiler, Executive Director of the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center, says the event is something people look forward to every year… Seiler says look for the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center stand where raffle tickets will be sold for a chance to win one of a kind banners… … Continue reading
Cromell Returns as Interim Superintendent at Sevastopol
Steve Cromell is returning to the Sevastopol School District as superintendent on an interim basis. It’s the second time Cromell has been District Administrator at the school in Institute, having served in that capacity from 2007 to 2012. During his career in education, he has been an elementary, middle and high school principal, as well as special education director, business manager and transportation director in … Continue reading
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Cadence, Inc.
A ribbon cutting ceremony at the site of a new 63,000 square foot plant in Sturgeon Bay’s industrial park marked the grand opening of the new Cadence, Incorporated facility Thursday. The building is three time larger than the firm’s previous plant in Sturgeon Bay. Sandy Sekadlo, vice-president of manufacturing, said the facility not only benefits Cadence, its employees and customers, but also benefits the entire … Continue reading
Positions Open On DC United Way Board
Like many other non-profit organizations, the United Way of Door County relies on volunteers to help it function each year. That is especially true with regard to its board of directors. Executive Director Amy Kohnle says some positions on the board are open… Kohnle says all age groups are welcome… For more information, call 746-9645.
Discussion on Growing Older in Door County
The first of two public conversations about growing older in Door County will be held Tuesday morning in Sturgeon Bay. The discussion, sponsored by the Door County Community Foundation, is part of an effort that will develop a shared vision and set of aspirations around what residents collectively want for Door County as we age, according to the foundation’s Chris Henkel… Henkel says the discussion … Continue reading
Phase 2 of Renovating Old Highway Shop Could be Approved Tuesday
Moving into the second phase of a project intended to house a central ambulance station and human resource center at the former highway shop site in Sturgeon Bay could get the go-ahead Tuesday during the regular meeting of the Door County Board. Based on a resolution approved by supervisors in February, each of the three phases of the project must be approved by the county … Continue reading
Door County Public Health Department Awarded Grant
The Door County Public Health Department has been awarded a $50,000 grant intended to enhance the growth and development of children by way of the Door County Community Health Plan. The funding, provided by the University of Wisconsin/Madison school of medicine and public health, will be spread over a two year period with the goal of improving children’s social and emotional health and readiness for … Continue reading
Firemen Filling the Boot for MDA
Members of Sturgeon Bay Professional Firefighters Local 2682 will be back in downtown Sturgeon Bay Saturday for the second installment of their “Fill the Boot” fundraising effort for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. On June 25th, they raised just under $4,300 for MDA. The firefighters hope to meet or exceed that number Saturday. They will be at the corner of 3rd and Louisiana in downtown Sturgeon … Continue reading
Door County Relay for Life Raises Over $33,000
The American Cancer Society says last month’s Relay for Life in Door County raised just under $33,200 in the fight against cancer. Eleven teams and 92 individuals participated in the event at John Miles County Park in Sturgeon Bay. The Alberts Plastering Team, captained by Norma Uecker, raised the most money for the cause, $10,230. Team DeMeuse finished in second place with $3,087.20. John DeMeuse … Continue reading