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Sheboygan, Wisconsin
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Sunday, June 7, 2015
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PAGE 2D |SUNDAY,JUNE7,2015SHEBOYGANPRESS.COM| THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS CASH REWARDS CHECKING Watch your money grow. Smart savers Cash Rewards Checking A Wisconsin Bank & Trust checking account that earns significant interest when reward requirements are met. With your money earning money, and ATM fees 2 refunded nationwide, you’ll adore your Cash Rewards Checking account! ON BALANCES $.01 to $20,000 ON BALANCES OVER $20,000 ON BALANCES NOT MEETING REWARD REQUIREMENTS .11 % APY 1 APY 1 .01 % Call to schedule an appointment with a Wisconsin Bank & Trust Personal Banker and start your Cash Rewards Checking account today! Let’s make Great Things Happen! ™ together. 1 Annual Percentage Yields (APY) are accurate as of 05.25.2015. The rate may change after the account is opened. To earn rewards: Sign up for eStatements, use direct deposit and post 15 signature debit transactions within your monthly statement cycle. Limit one account per household in the bank’s market area. Minimum $25 to open. Fees may reduce earnings. 2 ATM surcharge fees of up to $20 per monthly statement cycle will be refunded if reward requirements are met. Like us on Facebook for updates on opportunities that can benefit you! WI-5001906401 District in central Sheboygan has taken steps to officially change the way it presents itself after hiring the creative firm of L anius Design LLC to re- imagine a larger role for the Harbor Centre BID. As a result the Harbor Centre BID will now be known as Sheboygan Squared, which will represent two separate areas of the city — downtown and the Harbor Centre. Downtown Sheboygan efforts will be focused around the Eighth Street corridor and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center/ Mead Public Library/ Weill Center cultural core. Meanwhile, the new Van Horn helping basketball club From 10 a.m. until 3 p .m. on June 13, Van Horn Dodge in Plymouth will team up with students at Elkhart Lake Glenbeulah High School to host a Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser event at the Elkhart Lake Glenbeulah High School to benefit the school’s basketball club. A ll are welcome to stop a nd test drive the 2015 D odge Dart, Durango, G rand Caravan or Journey. For each person who takes a short test drive, the Dodge brand will donate $20 to the school, up to $5,000. Van Horn Dodge will provide the vehicles and volunteers to help the school with the fundraising test drives. All test-drive participants will also be entered into the 2015 Dodge National Giveaway for a c hance to win $45,000 toward any eligible Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, Ram, FIAT or Alfa Romeo vehicle. Harbor Centre BID re-branded The Harbor Centre Business Improvement Harbor Centre will span from the Indiana Avenue traffic circle, up both sides of the river — including all of the South P ier District — and on to the marina and North Beach area. Additionally, a new set of branding and marketing efforts will be implemented to promote Sheboygan Squared. The most visible aspect of these efforts will be street-side signs that will spring up over central Sheboygan. The signs will be installed onto existing lampposts and other structures and will display the colorful logo-art created for Sheboygan Squared. In addition, the city and the BID will be coordinating baskets of natural flowers to further beautify the downtown. Dutchland Plastics holding job fair Dutchland Plastics, 54 Enterprise Court, Oostburg, will hold a job fair from 8 a.m. until noon on Tuesday, June 16. Individuals attending may apply and interview for positions, including casting, secondary operations and assembly for all shifts and contract-to- hire opportunities. Those attending should also bring employment history and reference contact information. If hired, individuals will received $200 after 90 days of perfect attendance. For more information, visit www.SEEKCareers. com or call 920-459-8868. BRIEF CASES SUBMITTED The Van Horn Automotive Group recently donated $6,000 to Rawhide Ranch in New London. Additionally, outpatient clinics located in Green Bay, Appleton and Milwaukee serve S heboygan County residents. Clinics serve all youth and families while the Ranch is for boys age 13-18. The funds will be used to help advance Rawhide’s mission to inspire and equip at-risk youth and families to lead healthy and responsible lives through family-centered care, t reatment and education. Pictured from, left to right, are Tre Waldren, Dick Strong, Trina and Haley Van Horn, Tyler Hahn, Chuck Van Horn and executive director John Solberg. SUBMITTED HUI in Kiel recently provided a tour for Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and state Rep. Tyler Vorpagel of the 27th Assembly District. A discussion was also held focusing on HUI’s team-based culture and its ongoing hiring needs. SHEBOYGAN PRESS MEDIA Roeh named new b oard member Wisconsin Bank and T rust has announced that Osthoff Resort general manager L ola Roeh w ill join the b ank’s board of directors this month. R oeh b rings m ore than 30 years experience in t he hospitality industry. Prior to joining the Ost hoff Resort, Roeh w orked as general man- a ger of The American Club and ended her career there as director of destination marketing f or the Kohler Hospitality Businesses. Mayline hires Kiefer Mayline has hired Amy Kiefer as the vice president of strategic marketing. K iefer joins Mayline a fter 25 years in a numb er of senior leadership positions, most recently at Krueger International. Before joining KI, K iefer held management p ositions at Kimberly- C lark Corporation and Appvion, Inc. Kiefer earned her undergraduate degree from the Univ ersity of Wisconsin- Madison and later comp leted a master’s degree in business administra- t ion degree from Emory University. Clarfelt hired b y Sargento Sargento Foods Inc. h as announced the hiring of Daniel Clarfelt as cus- tomer business manager within the consumer p roducts division. I n this role he will be r esponsible for managing the sale of all Sargento Foods products within the Kansas City region w here he is based. Before joining Sargent o Foods, Clarfelt worked as the business develop- m ent manager on the Sargento Foods account at Advantage Sales and Marketing. H e earned his bache- l or’s degree from W estern Michigan Uni- versityin Kalamazoo, Michigan. Koenig Construction e arns top honor Mike Koenig Construction Companyhas been named recipient of the One Million Dollar C umulative award from Nucor Building Systems, a n industry leader in the design and manufacture o f custom-engineered metal building systems. The award recognizes Authorized Nucor Build- e rs with outstanding acc omplishment in selling N ucor custom steel building systems totaling more than $1million in its history as a Nucor Build- e r. From a network of m ore than 1,000 Author ized Nucor Builders nationwide, Mike Koenig Construction is one of a select few recipients of t he honor. Mike Koenig Cons truction has also been awarded the Sales A chievement Award, an annual award recognizing Authorized Nucor Builders with exception- a l performance in selling N ucor custom steel build- i ng systems in a single year. WHO’S NEWS SHEBOYGAN PRESS MEDIA Roeh

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