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People must be suspicious of leaders at any level, who would much prefer to schedule a meeting to discuss a decision than to make one while leading the way. You could never accuse Hartland Village President Dave Lamerand of abdicating his leadership responsibilities to committees. He faces any and all village problems head-on and reacts with class, if not in the manner that all those in the village chambers at any given time may wish.
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Some people still are bewildered by the aggressive military thinking that led to this story.
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She is, unquestionably, one of the most remarkable women in the world of sports, not merely here in Wisconsin, but throughout the entire nation. You might assume that statement to have a hyperbolic ring to it. Not so; it is absolutely true, and her name is Janis Doleschal.
The two elderly men featured in this written account, still very active in life into their nineties, are veterans of World War II as well as the battles of life beginning with the Great Depression, followed by the war, the financially tough 50’s, the turbulent 60’s, but still worked diligently, were good family providers and credits to the society in which they were born, matured and served their fellow Americans.
Stephanie Sue Stein is the epitome of a visionary and advocate in the aging network.
If you are following the 2014 election, you have likely heard something about “coordination.” To most of us the word “coordination” sounds positive and, in most cases, it probably is a good thing. I believe there is at least one notable exception-when it involves political campaigns.