RSVP salutes volunteers

June 30, 2010

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program celebrated 33 years of service in Waukesha County by honoring volunteers for their service during an anniversary awards dinner June 24 at the Oak Hill Terrace in Waukesha.

Honored for 20 years were Lynn Herman, Florence Krueger and Alice Schnetter.

Honored for 15 years were Toni DeStefano, Cletus Fleming, Shirley Garvey, Laverne Kasian, Ann Klopp, Joanne Knecht, Vera Murk, Rose Raiter, Ronn Rieger, Herb Ritzman, Ann Tabat, Cecelia Tauscher and Kathleen Urban.

Honored for 10 years were Carol Braeger, Clementine Byrge, Dorothy Dieter, Robert Dieter, Judith Freyer, Robert Garvey, Cecelia Gump, Roy Gump, Jackie Hill, Merle Howland, Carol Jones, Penney Liedtke, Yvonne McCormick, Karen Puchner, LaVerne Staab, Jane Tidyman, Carol Vaughan, Jean Weber and Donna Wechlo.

Presidential awards were given to Adell Durkee, Mary Garcia, Rosemary Duwel, Clementine Byrge and Beverly Stoll. They each received lifetime awards, which represents over 4,000 hours of volunteer service in their lifetime.

 

Community Watch

» Complaint: Waukesha woman, drunk, grabbed gun following phone dispute Updated:  7/23

» 2016 Waukesha County Fair coverage 7/22

» Video: Crafting and animal races at the Waukesha County Fair 7/22

» Outstanding fees could prevent students from graduation ceremonies 7/22

» Studio time gives students opportunity to create 7/22

» Social media story on the storms rolling through Milwaukee area 7/21

» Resources available to Waukesha County residents during extreme heat 7/21

» Stay cool at Hebron House and Jeremy Safe Haven 7/21

» Waukesha Salvation Army offering cool place to stay in light of impending heat wave 7/20

» Woman killed in Waukesha County crash is identified Updated:  7/20

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Wisconsin Badgers football, WIFCA All-Star game 7/20

» Crest owner brings Irish flavor to new venture in downtown Waukesha 7/19

» Funeral Services: July 21, 2016 issue 7/19

» Plans to redevelop former Gasthaus site denied by Waukesha officials Updated:  7/19

» Waukesha police report: July 21, 2016 issue 7/19

» Live coverage: 2016 WIAA Summer Baseball Sectional Round Updated:  7/18

» Waukesha residents, police mourn lives lost in recent shootings at prayer vigil 7/18

» NOW's user submitted stories, photos will be discontinued in early August 7/18

» Family shares adoption story in and around Waukesha 7/18

» Waukesha County Museum reopens with limited hours 7/15

» Waukesha woman charged 2 years after crash that killed friend 7/15

» Waukesha School District names new Bethesda principal 7/14

» Man pleads not guilty to allegedly pimping woman out of Waukesha shelter Updated:  7/13

» Waukesha summer school creates opportunity for remediation, advancement 7/12

» Discovery of new evidence may delay trial for Waukesha man accused of fatally shooting stranger Updated:  7/12

View All Posts Got a tip? Welcome rss

Waukesha County Fair

 

It might be hot out there, but interns Maddy Heim and McKenna Oxenden are enjoying all aspects of the Waukesha County Fair. Check out their coverage of the new pig, duck and goat races, the 50th annual Fairest of the Fair contest, as well as their ranking of the top food items.

Best Summer Ever

 

We've made it easy for you to get out and go this summer. From hitting the trails for a bike ride or walk, to where to find beer gardens in the area, to the best places to swim in Waukesha County to the best summer drinks and summer reads, check out our 2016 summer guide.

Advertisement

Advertisement

CONNECT    

Advertisement