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WHO’S NEWS manager and Holly Halfman to assistant manager. Wagner has been with Culver’s since 1999 and Halfman joined Culver’s in 2006. Cerebral Palsy of Mideast Wisconsin in Appleton, Oshkosh and Fond du Lac promoted Lorraine Yarbrough to executive director. Formerly the assistant executive director, Yarbrough has been with the agency since 2008. $57,476 Oshkosh-based Clarity Care promoted Jeff Stark to vice president of facilities and procurement, Heather Hamann to director of accounting, and Mary Kummerow Johnson to director of marketing and fund development. Stark has been with Clarity Care since 1992 and Hamann joined Clarity Care in 2005. M3 Insurance promoted Julie Wall to account executive in its Green Bay office. She joined M3 in 2006. Individual honors The Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau presented the following individuals with its annual tourism awards: Kevin Jarek, UW Extension’s crops, soils and horticulture agent, with the Convention Award for his work organizing Outagamie County Farm Technology Days; Gary Kilgas with the Destination Builder Award, for his work on the organizing committee of the NCAA Division III Baseball Championships; and Cheryl Zaug Casey with the Volunteer of the Year honor. Certifications Michael Drees, regional administrator for specialty care for Affinity Medical Group in Menasha, earned the Certified Medical Practice Executive designation from the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Elections/appointments Nick Mueller, a project manager at The Boldt Company in Appleton, has been re-elected for a second term as president of the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance. Wisconsin Fox Valley Sheet Metal Contractors Association Inc. elected the following officers and board members for the coming year: Roy Jacobsen, Great Lakes Mechanical Inc. of Greenville, president; Carven Blanck, Muza Sheet Metal Co. of Oshkosh, vice president; Kim BassettHeitzmann, Bassett Mechanical of Kaukauna, secretary and treasurer; and Brad Hurckman of Hurckman Mechanical Inc. of Green Bay and Brad Baumgart of Baumgart Mechanical Inc. of Kaukauna, board members. The Oshkosh Area Community Foundation is proud to be a partner in education with the Oshkosh Mid-Morning Kiwanis. Through this partnership, educators in Oshkosh have received $57,476 in grants, since 2005. With the Community Foundation’s expertise, the Mid-Morning Kiwanis carries out its passion to improve the quality of life in our community, one child at a time. Please join us for an evening to honor and support Oshkosh educators! Celebrate Education 4:30 to 6 p.m. Monday, March 25 Awards presentation at 5 p.m. Oshkosh Convention Center. Reserve your seat by March 22 230 Ohio Street Oshkosh, WI 54902 920.426.3993 Yarbrough Wall NEW NORTH B2B l MARCH 2013 l 43

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