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October 4, 2012

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE As I write this, it seems like fall is in the air and those warm lazy days of summer are now just a fading memory. For the AuxilDiana Sirovina iary, that’s not Department so bad! While I President know that many units continue to work on their programs during the summer, there are a fair number that are just getting back to meetings in the fall. Now is a great time to begin planning all those great projects that will benefit our veterans, active duty military and their fami-

lies. Our program chairmen have all established their “Plan of Action” for the coming year, so please visit our website for all the information you will need to be very successful in your projects this year. Remember to keep track of all your hours for our Impact Reports at the end of the year. As you make your plans, please remember our theme for the year, “Working Together… for Veterans and Our Organization.” Whatever you plan, try to include all – not only your Auxiliary members, but Post and SAL members, too. Last week I was invited to attend a unit meeting in a small community in 1st District. While

the members of the EssmanSchroeder Unit 20 may be small in number, they truly prove that “working together” does get things done. These ladies work together on their programs, share the duties and accomplish a lot! The two young ladies this Unit sponsored to Badger Girls State also attended the meeting and gave glowing accounts of their experiences. This unit like so many others all over the state proves that “service not self” unites us in our mission to advocate for veterans, educate our citizens, mentor youth, and promote patriotism. Diana Sirovina Department President

MEMBERSHIP Ann Rynes Dept Membership Chairman Ph: (608) 604-0350 Email: At this writing, the 3rd Annual Fall Ride to Camp was successful in members and numbers! The dining hall was full with family members and $9,000 was raised. The family is Working Together for Our Veterans and Our Organization! Another successful Fall Forum has ended and many fall conferences and membership rallies are underway. The 3rd and 7th District rally is in New Lisbon on October 20th. 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Districts is being held on October 28th in Greendale. And word has it that Elvis might be making an appearance in Green Bay on November 3rd at the joint 6th, 8th and 9th District rally! Here’s hoping that all of the upcoming events will be successful. If the team is unable to be at your event, please let us know

how it goes. Membership is every member’s responsibility. Talk about it. It doesn’t have to be a bad word. Offer early dues payment incentives, offer a free membership, pay the dues of your nursing home-bound long-time members. If you’re in a rut-change it up. Instead of meetings, pack homeless women veterans bags, cut and tie blankets, pack Operation Military Kids backpacks, make table favors, pack boxes for deployed troops. Have your inactive members clip coupons and offer to pick them up. Get your members engaged! What are the strengths that you can draw from to engage your members in something that they can take ownership of? It is not relevant how many members you have. It’s what “gets them off the couch.” Send newsletters to keep the inactive members in the loop. They may just find out about a project that

interests them and want to participate. A huge fault of ours is that we don’t toot our own horn and let others know the good we are doing. The prime example is in the reports, or lack thereof, that are turned in to District and Department. National President Peggy Thomas’ theme is “Soaring to New Heights with Angels in Service.” By demonstrating service not self and engaging members in meaningful mission delivery, the American Legion Auxiliary will retain current members and attract new members. The first national membership milestone date is Veterans Day. The goal is to be at 55% in membership. Where will you be? Your membership team: Ann Rynes, 608-604-0350,; Berne Baer, 920-680-0308,; April Kollmorgen, 360-362-2803,

NATIONAL SECURITY Karen Degner Department Chairman C: (920) 918-9772 H: (920) 892-6139 Email: Do you or someone you know have unused points for hotel stays? Do you know you can provide “Hotels for Heroes”? Helping is simple. Donate your unused points to participating hotels and help our wounded warriors and their families. Fisher House Foundation ensures that there is no fee to stay in a Fisher House. Since inception, the program has saved

military and veteran families an estimated $192 million in out of pocket costs for lodging and transportation. Fisher House Foundation operates the Hero Miles Program, using donated frequent flyer miles to bring family members to the bedside of injured service members as well as the Hotels for Heroes program using donated hotel points to allow family members to stay at hotels near medical centers without charge. Fisher House Foundation has partnered with the following major hotel groups: AmericInn,

Best Western, Choice Hotels, Marriott Rewards, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., and Wyndham. * Please note that our agreements with individual hotel groups only permit free rooms for wounded, injured, or ill military (or DoD civilian employees) and their families. These rooms will not be used for R&R travel or other travel not related to a medical condition. For more information:


2013 1st - 36.85%

2nd - 36.20%

4th District

3rd District

3rd - 34.85%

4th - 30.33%

2nd District

1st District

5th - 28.72% 6th - 28.61%

12th District

6th District

7th - 28.22% 8th - 27.97%

9th District

7th District

9th - 26.60% 10th - 20.63%

8th District

11th District

12th - 8.67%

11th - 18.62% 10th District

5th District


Total Membership: 29.04%

2013 CALENDAR FUNDRAISER Entry forms for the 2013 ALA Calendar Fundraiser have been mailed out! Return your entry forms by 12/31/12 for a chance to win.

365 Winners Over $12,000 in Cash Prizes! For Additional Entries contact Headquarters at




CHAPLAIN’S CORNER Bonnie Jakubczyk Department Chaplain Music Chairman Ph: (414) 764-6752 Email: By combining our Department and National President’s themes, we will be “Working Together as We Soar to New Heights for God and Country.”

PRAYER Almighty God, we thank you for your guidance. We ask for peace around the world and may our nation be stronger. Please protect our service men, women and their families. May our government leaders have your guidance and protection to lead our country with honesty and integrity. May they seek the ways of righteousness and mercy. Please watch over our members and keep them in your care. In your name we pray, Amen.

MUSIC Remember to include music at your meetings. LET THERE BE PEACE ON EARTH Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me. Let there be peace on earth the peace that was meant to be. With God as our Father, brothers all are we.

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ALA National President Peggy Thomas Peggy Thomas joined the American Legion Auxiliary through her late husband, John C. Thomas, a U.S. Army veteran. She is the first national president from Virginia since Anna Gear in 1983-1984. Thomas, a 31-year member of the Auxiliary, has held numerous leadership positions in the organization at the unit, district and department levels. At the national level, she just completed her term as vice president and has served as chairman of the following committees: Veteran Affairs & Rehabilitation, Children & Youth, Leadership, National Security, Constitution & Bylaws, Poppy, Legislative, and Membership. She has served her Virginia department as president, secretary and chairman

of a variety of committees including the Advisory Committee for 10 years. Thomas served Auxiliary Unit 144 as president twice and as secretary, and Unit 137 as

Peggy Thomas ALA National President

president. She has held all chairmanships in both units. A retired vice president of a petroleum distributorship with three divisions, Thomas continues the American Legion Auxiliary motto of Service Not Self by volunteering as the Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service deputy at the Hunter Holmes McGuire VAMC in Richmond, Virginia. Thomas has one married daughter, Lisa, and is currently a member of Lutheran Church of Our Savior, National Association of Parliamentarians, and the Bellwood Defense Supply Women’s Club where she is a member of the Executive Committee. Thomas is also vice president of M. Stanley Ryan Unit of Parliamentarians.

GREETINGS FROM HEADQUARTERS Bonnie Dorniak Executive Secretary/Treasurer Ph: (608) 745-0124 Email: National President Peggy Thomas’ theme for 2012-2013 is “Soaring to New Heights…for God and Country” and her membership theme is “Angels in Service.” Every Auxiliary member is an angel honoring the veteran(s) in her life through her membership and service. Be proud of your membership and soar! Veterans Day is a time to remember and honor all veterans of the armed services. If you would like to honor a special veteran in your life, consider purchasing a commemorative button from the national membership team. Each customized button contains a photo of the veteran (supplied by you). Please see the button order form on page A3 or on the department website and order one today. What a great opportunity to engage new members or share the Auxiliary’s

mission when people ask who is pictured on your button! National Headquarters mailed 2013 Membership Renewal Notices on September 15th. Anyone whose dues were not processed at Department Headquarters by August 20th should have received a notice. Many members have expressed concern about the Join By dates printed on their membership cards. If your date is off by one year, do not worry. This date reflects when your membership was processed by National Headquarters and has no connection to your Continuous Years. If your Join By date is incorrect by more than one year, please notify your Unit Membership Chairman who will submit a correction form so National can update their system before 2014 membership cards are printed next year. THANK YOU! to everyone who has already responded to our annual calendar fundraiser. Your donations support our veterans, the military and their families. Contact Department Headquarters if you need

additional entry forms. They make great birthday, Christmas, and anniversary gifts (hint-hint). There are 365 chances to win because winning entry forms are returned to the barrel every day, allowing you the chance to win more than once! The last day to enter is December 31, 2012. Daily drawings start January 1st. The IRS requires all non-profit organizations whose income is less than $50,000 to file an IRS 990N ePostcard on an annual basis at The IRS is revoking the tax-exempt status of organizations that have not filed for three consecutive years. If your Auxiliary unit is in jeopardy or has questions regarding their tax-exempt status, you must contact IRS Customer Service at 877829-5500 for assistance. Neither Department nor National Headquarters can restore a Unit’s tax-exempt status. However, Judge Advocate Onderdonk is compiling a list of Units whose tax-exempt status has been unfairly revoked, so please notify Department Headquarters if your Unit has been affected.


Let me walk with my brother in perfect harmony. Let peace begin with me, let this be the moment now. With ev’ry step I take let this be my solemn vow;

To take each moment and live each moment in peace eternally. Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me. WORKING TOGETHER FOR GOD AND COUNTRY

Kathy Wollmer Department Chairman Email: The Homeless Women Veterans Program provides assistance in the form of financial grants to homeless or at-risk of being homeless women Veterans and her family. We are thrilled that President Diana Sirovina has selected this program for her “special project” this year. The Homeless Women Veterans Program is an opportunity for the Auxiliary to continue to honor the service of women Veterans and to offer a hand-up of support as many struggle to put their lives back together. Last year more than forty women Veterans received grants from the American

Legion Auxiliary. In the last two months this program has awarded over twenty grants, mostly for rent or security deposits. Your donations have helped keep over 60 women Veterans from sleeping on the streets in Wisconsin! “I cannot thank you and the American Legion Auxiliary enough for your assistance during this time. I appreciate it so much that I cannot tell you. It will help me greatly as I am trying very hard to get more hours of work (hopefully full time) in the next 60 days. I have been scrambling trying to stay afloat for almost a year now. Honestly, this is the first time in my life that I have not felt completely alone.” The above note was received from a

Veteran who received an Auxiliary grant to pay back rent. Having been discharged over nine years ago, this Veteran has struggled to keep her life in order. She was recently diagnosed with PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and MST (military sexual trauma) and is now receiving care at a VA Medical Center. Unfortunately, grant funds are running low and your support is needed now more than ever! Please continue to support women Veterans and this very worthy program by sending your donations to ALA Headquarters, PO Box 140, Portage, WI 53901. Use a Poppy Funds Donation form at and mark the Homeless Women Veterans Fund.

2012-2013 Central Division National Vice President Mary Jo Berning Mary Jo Berning is the newly elected Central Division National Vice President. She is eligible for Auxiliary membership through her brothers Bob, Don, Bill and Joe. Mary Jo has been a member of Ehlers Gerken Unit 694 in Arcadia, Iowa for 53 years. Mary Jo has served many Unit positions including: unit president, vice president, and chairmanships in poppy, UV&R, Americanism, community

service, and ALA Girls State. She has held district offices as president, vice president, chaplain, budget and finance, rules, nominating committee, community service, Girls State, poppy, VA&R, membership, and parliamentarian. At the Department level, she has served as president (20052006), vice president, membership, finance (6 years), VA&R (3 years), leadership, national

Mary Jo Berning ALA National Vice President

security, and past presidents parley/cavalcade of memories. She has also served as National Executive Committeewoman, Central Division Poppy Committee, National Security Committee, and National Central Division Poppy Chairman. Mary Jo is proud of her husband Leo (Pete), five children, nine grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. She was a hairdresser for 20 years, worked

for General Electric for 15 years and was a self-employed decorator. She is active in her church as a lector, choir member and Eucharistic minister. Mary Jo volunteers at New Hope Village (a home for the disabled) and is a member of the Arcadia Town Council. Mary Jo’s hobbies include quilting, playing bridge, reading mysteries, lunching with her sisters and long phone calls to her children.

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EDUCATION Kitty Larkin Department Chairman Email: EDUCATION is the vital force that drives people to success in all areas of their life. For young people, it is the cornerstone that supports the foundation of their future; without it their life would continue to be a struggle. We can help the children of our Warriors beginning with participation in the “Give 10 to Education” Project, which helps to provide many small items that every student needs. You can do-

nate time, snacks, money, flags, speakers, student mentoring, reading programs, scholarship funds or delivery of scholarship applications. Be innovative and give 10 of anything that will help advance a child’s education in private schools, public schools and parochial schools. Education does not end with our young children and their needs continue as they advance to the higher grades and even into college. We also need to remember the adult students that have given an important time of

their lives to protect our country and are going back into the classrooms to continue their education. See the ALA website ( for scholarship availability. American Education Week (November 11-17, 2012) presents all Americans with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education. DO a little, or DO a lot, but DO something!


Lakefront Festival of Sausage

M. Louise Wilson Loan Fund Violet Feldmann Department Chairman Ph: (920) 892-4784 Email: The American Legion Auxiliary in Wisconsin has a secret. It is called the M. Louise Wilson Educational Loan Fund. Why is it a secret? NO college bound Auxiliary members are taking advantage of this INTEREST FREE program this year. You, the Auxiliary member, are losing the opportunity because

you do not write for an application and rules. The Department offers a $400 interest-free loan to members seeking higher education. Each year a member attends college, she may borrow $400, up to a maximum loan of $2000. There is NO INTEREST charged unless the loan goes into default. Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited high school with a scholastic average that would place her in the upper half

of her class. An application must be completed and accompanied with the Veteran’s DD214 discharge papers. A certified copy of the applicant’s grade transcript and three letters of reference must also be included with the application. Please contact me at 322 N. Highland Avenue Apt 107, Plymouth, WI 53073 for an application. Please share this information with others so it’s not a secret any longer!

“HONORING THEIR SERVICE” Commemorative Button

Would you like to honor a special veteran in your life? A commemorative honor button is the perfect choice to remember and recognize the service men and women who have given so much in the name of freedom. Show your pride by wearing your button and encourage membership at the same time!

How To Order Your Button

SAMPLE BUTTON WITH PERSONALIZATION Finished button size is 2-1/4”.

1. Scan a photo as a .jpg or .pdf file and send via email to 2. Put your name in the subject line of the email 3. Mail form with payment to address below. Upon receipt of email we will match with form. (Do not worry about sizing or cropping... we take care of that on our end) 4. If you can’t scan - no problem. Mail the photo with form information and payment to address below. We will return your photo with the button.

Commander Wayne Jensen and President Diana Sirovina served up some spicy sausage at the “2012 Lakefront Festival of Sausage” in Bay View on September 8, 2012. Volunteers from all branches of the Legion Family WORKED TOGETHER to support the event, which raised $1,568 for Camp American Legion.

UPCOMING EVENTS 9th District Fall Conference Make a Difference Day Hosted by Carlton Auxiliary October 27, 2012 Unit 538 Each unit is challenged to find a October 13, 2012 special community service project. Contact: Geraldine Tadisch, Contact Department Chairman (920) 776-1206 Sharon Zales for more information. Franklin Town Hall 7th District Fall Conference & Community Center October 27, 2012 N1885 County Road AB Contact:Tamra Lee, Denmark,WI 54208 (507) 643-6122 6th District Fall Conference American Legion Post 52 October 20, 2012 711 6th Street South Contact: Char Kiesling, LaCrosse,WI 54601 (920) 725-0121 8th District Fall Conference Neenah Eagles Club October 27, 2012 1338 S Commercial Street, Clintonville,WI Neenah,WI 54956 Membership Rally Membership Rally 1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th Districts 3rd & 7th Districts October 28, 2012 October 20, 2012 Greendale,WI New Lisbon,WI Membership Rally 6th, 8th, 9th Districts November 3, 2012 • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Sullivan Wallen Post 1I 1708 N. Irwin Avenue • Green Bay,WI

Questions? Call 913-837-0556 or email:

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Wisconsin Women of the Year

Awards Presented at 2012 National Convention The following awards were received at National Convention and presented or acknowledged at the 2012 Fall Informational Forum held in Oconomowoc on September 28-29th. AMERICAN LEGION CHILD WELFARE FOUNDATION Heritage Circle Gift Club, Patron Level (for department contributions): Awarded to Department of Wisconsin

National President Kris Nelson (left) recognized Linda Wieck (center) of Plymouth Unit 243 as the National Woman of the Year and Julie Stuhlmacher (right) of Mequon-Thiensville Unit 457 as Wisconsin’s Unit Member of the Year at National Convention.

The Camo Quilt Project started in 2006 when Linda Wieck made a camouflage quilt for her son-in-law prior to his deployment to Iraq. During training, the other soldiers in his unit also requested a quilt. Linda scrambled to complete the additional 48 quilts before the unit deployed. Since then, the Camo Quilt Project has made and distributed 17,600 quilts to troops in both Iraq and Afghanistan. At this time, the Camo Quilt Project needs contributions to fulfill requests for 800 quilts. Donations for the Camo Quilt Project may be sent to Department Headquarters by marking #4850-Camo Quilt Project on the General Fund Suggested Donation Sheet available on the

Zablocki Hospital Thanks You All Thank you for the overwhelming support for our Veterans who are going to the National Creative Arts Festival in Boston. By working together we have collected enough for their baggage fees. The remaining money will go for our local Creative Arts competition in the spring. - Bonnie Jakubczyk Zablocki Hospital Representative

department website. Julie Stuhlmacher was honored as Wisconsin’s Unit Member of the Year for her involvement with Trees From Home, Inc. Their mission is to send a piece of the holidays to service men and women who are far from home. Members of the military receive a fully decorated 12-inch artificial Christmas tree and handmade tree skirt, along with a Christmas card from the donor and tree decorator, Christmas candy, a toothbrush and toothpaste and other goodies. To date, Trees From Home has shipped over 5,000 trees and treat boxes. In 2012, they hope to ship an additional 2,000 boxes to our heroes overseas. For more information, visit

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AMERICANISM National Americanism Essay Contest: Class I, Winner in Central Division: Katie Zimmer, Sponsored by Sheldon Unit 316, District 12. COMMUNITY SERVICE Outstanding Department Award in Central Division: Awarded to Department of Wisconsin Chairman Jean Anderson HISTORY For submitting a Department History: Awarded to Department of Wisconsin Historian Laura Calteux LEGISLATIVE Best Overall Unit Program in Central Division: Awarded to Diane Weggen of Thorp Unit 118 MEMBERSHIP Awards to Department of Wisconsin Chairman Teresa Isensee for achievement of Milestone 1 (55%), Milestone 2 (70%) and Milestone 3 (85%). 2012 Membership Service Project (for Organizing a Job Fair for Veterans): Awarded to Department of Wisconsin Chairman Teresa Isensee.

August 2012 Calendar Fundraiser Calendar August 2012

The following Auxiliary members were acknowledged for receiving Recruit 3 Pins from the national organization: Tonya Alling, Berne Baer, Lorrie Barber, Emma Chism, Jane Dale, Joan M. Erickson, Yvonne M. Hill, Gloria Hochstein, Bonnie Jakubczyk, Char Kiesling, Marianne Lesko, Cheryl McNurlin, Mary Meaney, Barbara Naffier, Barbara Oswald, Judy Pfalzgraf, Linda Pfeiffer, Mary Lee Pontzloff, Elaine Schickowski, Marcella Schmitz, Linda Swangstu, Nancy M. Swenson, Mary Windor, and Lisa York. NATIONAL SECURITY Best Overall National Security Program in Central Division: Awarded to Department of Wisconsin Chairman Diana Sirovina. POPPY Poster Contest: Best Poppy Poster in Class III (Grades 6-7) in Central Division awarded to Katya Krueger, Chilton Unit 125, District 6. Best Poppy Poster in Class IV (Grades 8-9) in Central Division awarded to Morgan Johnson, Wausau Unit 10, District 8. Best Poppy Poster in Class V (Grades 10-11) in Central Division awarded to Megan Robold, Wausaukee Unit 150, District 9. PUBLIC RELATIONS Most Outstanding Overall Public Relations Program in Division: Awarded to Department of Wisconsin Chairman Mary Petrie

Best Practices in Public Relations in a Unit: Awarded to Mary Petrie, Watertown Unit 189. VETERAN AFFAIRS & REHABILITATION Veterans Creative Arts Festival Gold Award (for department contributions between $5,000$14,999 from 09/01/11-07/31/12): Awarded to Department of Wisconsin Best Overall VA&R Program by a Department Chairman: Awarded to Department of Wisconsin Chairman Virginia Kodl NATIONAL PRESIDENT’S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: Awarded to Unit 53-Eau Claire, Judy Walters, Unit President. The following award was also presented at the 2012 Fall Informational Forum: The Wisconsin National Guard recognized the Department of Wisconsin for “Outstanding Support & Dedication to the Families of the Wisconsin National Guard.” (This citation acknowledged the donations from Auxiliary members and units throughout Wisconsin and the coordination efforts of Chairman Karen Degner, which enabled the Department to purchase over $3,000 in necessary supplies for Wisconsin National Guard children and youth events, a Family Resilience Summit, Horse Camps, and Camp Serenity – a camp for families of fallen service members.)

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Fundraiser Winners Calendar

$15.00 29948 Angeline Bartel Neenah 1 $15.00 37986 M&M Francis Brown Onalaska $15.00 44843 Dawn Rost New Berlin 2 $25.00 16651 Virginia Fenske Baraboo $15.00 39492 Shirley Walter Algoma 3 $500.00 21545 Diane Horvath Brandon $15.00 03553 Donald Unferth Lomira 4 $15.00 25214 Georgia Olson Marinette $25.00 17968 Betty Wheeler Viola 5 $15.00 03326 Barb Wessel Oconomowoc $15.00 21709 William Abel Beaver Dam 6 $15.00 11402 Lillian Haseley Port Washington $15.00 15439 Lilyanne Baird New Berlin 7 $15.00 11196 Cindy Raasch Stoughton $15.00 02170 Georgia Cemirys Muskego 8 $15.00 54552 Dorothy Kleinke West Bend $15.00 20808 Delores Raddatz North Freedom 9 $25.00 25553 Brenda Hurning Oconto Falls $15.00 47483 Arlene McDonald Cashton 10 $15.00 33263 Helen Marie Stokke Viroqua $15.00 43094 Melissa Vetterkind Thorp 11 $15.00 00354 Barbara Doherty Green Lake $25.00 24183 Clara Sullivan Centuria 12 $15.00 16589 Joanna Berkeypile Portage $15.00 01005 Gary Saunders Burlington 13 $15.00 02255 Florence Fons Muskego $15.00 36498 Delores Erickson Osseo 14 $15.00 54296 Cindy Ciszewski West Bend $15.00 44195 Lisa Johnson Campbellsport 15 $15.00 36031 Ginna Frater Wild Rose $15.00 03180 Lorraine Muenzenberger Menomonee Falls 16 $25.00 45006 Joan Buechel Elkhart Lake $15.00 29898 Christine Mackey New London 17 $15.00 24303 Sandra Myers Spooner $15.00 27699 Karen Bracht Ohlhauser Bismarck ND 18 $15.00 16789 Pat Lampert Beaver Dam $25.00 34376 Brianna Turrer Hebron KY 19 $15.00 14834 Jacquelyn Chapin Ixonia $15.00 19003 Margaret Larson River Falls 20 $15.00 02333 Florence Hawver Lake Geneva $15.00 23826 Alice Nelson Manitowoc 21 $15.00 01834 ALA #434 Oak Creek $15.00 05122 Mary Seibel Oregon 22 $15.00 28666 ALA #377 Elcho $15.00 10447 Rodger Irish Lancaster 23 $25.00 16921 Virginia Nerison Coon Valley $15.00 53864 Dawn Sapp Wausau 24 $15.00 45223 Myrt Fieldhouse Saukville $15.00 16587 Dean & Rosemary Gibbs Portage 25 $15.00 13600 LaVerna Hilbig Beloit $25.00 32653 Mary Schaller West Salem 26 $15.00 28585 Nadine Schmidt Antigo $15.00 37011 JoAnne Quilling Augusta 27 $15.00 30122 Agnes Van Gompel Menasha $15.00 15324 Dorothy Kresheck Hartford 28 $15.00 34141 Anna Mae Schwarz Sebring FL $15.00 44529 Edna Gerlach Germantown 29 $15.00 54150 Susan Vondran Scales Mound IL $15.00 09530 Lavonne Pulvermacher Lone Rock $15.00 19101 Shirley Estes Star Prairie 30 $25.00 39983 Stephen Chizzo Shawano $505.00 If not cashed within 90 days, the check will be voided without any notification sent to you. If it’s after 90 days call our office. We are open Monday-Friday 8:00am–4:30pm. Phone: 608-745-0124. If not cashed within 90 days, check will be voided without any notification sent to you. After 90 days, call our office at 608-745-0124, Monday-Friday from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.

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