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March 30, 2000

RECOGNITION PROGRAM HONORS HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE VOLUNTEERS

LA CROSSE, Wis.—Students who provide exceptional service in the performance of volunteer work will be honored for their commitment in a special program scheduled for Thursday, April 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Viterbo College Fine Arts Center Lobby.

The forty-seven students to be recognized were selected by individual schools in the Coulee Region for participation in the program.  The schools that have chosen to participate are: Central, Logan, Aquinas, La Crescent and West Salem high schools; Western Wisconsin Technical College, University of Wisconsin—La Crosse, and Viterbo College.

Joe Kruse, Vice President of Franciscan Skemp Healthcare, will provide a brief keynote speech.  A reception with refreshments follows the program.

According to Viterbo president Dr. William Medland, the fifth Annual Volunteer Recognition Night is a special way of thanking all of the student volunteers who help make the Coulee Region better place to live.

VOLUNTEERS BEING HONORED ARE:

Aquinas High School: Abby Holler; Emily Hughes;  Amy Kimmett; Meghan Knox; Sarah Manson; Meredyth Skemp, Tom Steingraeber.

Central High School: Amy Carney; Ian Davidson; Emmy Dunn; Gregory Egan; Natasha Larson; Gretchen Passe.

La Crescent High School:  Amanda Curran; Whitney Duggan; Cole Reschke; Molly Ronnenberg; Justin Storlie; Nikki Woodworth.

Logan High School:   Anne Caulum; Jessica Hembd; Amanda Hofer; Melissa LaFond; Evie Langteau; Joshua Veglahn.

UW-La Crosse:   Katherine Ahrensmeyer; Danielle Baumann; Alyssa Grovdahl; Shawn McConaghy; Carolyn Nelson; Josh Windjue.

Viterbo College: Jenny Drexler; Erin Fargen; Juan Jimenez; Karen LaMotte; Dana Pukrop; Nicoleen Rhoomes.

West Salem High School:  Allen Bateman; Joshua Friell; Emily Jensen; Michael McMahon; Dawn Schmig; Matt Streeton.

WWTC: Amy Kowitz; Barbara L’Heureux; Linda McAllister; Cynthia Wojahn.

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