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Thu
03
Nov

Health Spotlight

<b>Health professional:</b> Mary Lapp, Clintonville<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 --><b>Job title:</b> Respiratory Therapist<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 --><b>Professional specialty:</b> Home Care Therapist and Sleep Therapy Specialist for people with sleep apnea<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 --><b>When did you start working at ThedaCare:</b> Aug.

Thu
03
Nov

Health Spotlight

Health professional: Mary Lapp, Clintonville

Job title: Respiratory Therapist

Professional specialty: Home Care Therapist and Sleep Therapy Specialist for people with sleep apnea

When did you start working at ThedaCare: Aug. 29

Education: Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton

Q How did you become interested in this type of work?

Thu
27
Oct

Meet Marsha Hoeffs

<p>Marsha grew up in Bonduel and graduated from Bonduel High School. Marsha and her husband, John, who have been married 45 years, both worked at AAL, retiring in 2003. They left AAL for a while to manage a resort in Vilas County, where Marsha was elected town clerk.</p><p>They live in Shawano, where John is an alderman. Marsha and John have three children and eight grandchildren.

Thu
27
Oct

Meet Marsha Hoeffs

Marsha grew up in Bonduel and graduated from Bonduel High School. Marsha and her husband, John, who have been married 45 years, both worked at AAL, retiring in 2003. They left AAL for a while to manage a resort in Vilas County, where Marsha was elected town clerk.

They live in Shawano, where John is an alderman. Marsha and John have three children and eight grandchildren. They like to travel, hunt, fish, and recently took up golfing.

Q How did you become associated with the Friends of the Library?

Thu
27
Oct

Fear factor

As Halloween draws closer, young and old alike are getting ready for costume parties, trick or treating, and spooky fun.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The Pella Eagles 4-H Club's annual Haunted Park, which takes place 6-9 p.m. today and Saturday at Old Mill Park in Pella, is expected to be one of the main family attractions.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"We just want families to do things together and have a little fun," said Lynn Tober-Steinke, co-general leader.

Thu
27
Oct

Fear factor

As Halloween draws closer, young and old alike are getting ready for costume parties, trick or treating, and spooky fun.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The Pella Eagles 4-H Club's annual Haunted Park, which takes place 6-9 p.m. today and Saturday at Old Mill Park in Pella, is expected to be one of the main family attractions.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"We just want families to do things together and have a little fun," said Lynn Tober-Steinke, co-general leader.

Thu
27
Oct

Fear factor

As Halloween draws closer, young and old alike are getting ready for costume parties, trick or treating, and spooky fun.

The Pella Eagles 4-H Club's annual Haunted Park, which takes place 6-9 p.m. today and Saturday at Old Mill Park in Pella, is expected to be one of the main family attractions.

"We just want families to do things together and have a little fun," said Lynn Tober-Steinke, co-general leader. "Nearly all 48 kids in the club take part in it and help develop ideas for the park with guidance from adults."

Thu
27
Oct

Fear factor

As Halloween draws closer, young and old alike are getting ready for costume parties, trick or treating, and spooky fun.

The Pella Eagles 4-H Club's annual Haunted Park, which takes place 6-9 p.m. today and Saturday at Old Mill Park in Pella, is expected to be one of the main family attractions.

"We just want families to do things together and have a little fun," said Lynn Tober-Steinke, co-general leader. "Nearly all 48 kids in the club take part in it and help develop ideas for the park with guidance from adults."

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