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Archive for May, 2015

A Closer Look

Posted on: May 12th, 2015 by Robert Ingraham

A new weekly series has begun airing on WSCS ” A Closer Look” is a public affairs program hosted by WHBL’s Rusty Mehlberg. The first show featured guest Todd Priebe, Sheboygan County Sheriff, talking about Law Enforcement and the use of body cameras.  ” A Closer Look” airs on WSCS on Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and Mondays at 12:00 p.m. Stay tuned to WSCS and WHBL for the next  airing of “A Closer Look.”

Celebrate Life

Posted on: May 11th, 2015 by Robert Ingraham

 2015 Respect for Life  Sheboygan County & Teens 4-Life.      

Music: Leah Sample, Christa and Sarah Gulke  

Friend of Life Award Recipients Mary and Louie Jumes, award presented by   Rep. Terry Katsma, 26th Assembly District  Ellen and Hugh Drewry, award presented by Sen. Devin LeMahieu, 9th Senate District.  Speaker: Cori Salchert of Sheboygan, “Our Experiences as Foster Parents” New Hope Pregnancy Center of Sheboygan Update  Jacky Drewry, Director of Operations.  Dan LeMahieu, Director of Development Speaker: Kim Green of Fenton, Michigan, “Our Amazing Adoptions” Closing Music:  Bethany Meyers, Leah Sample, Christa and Sarah Gulke. This program can now be seen on WSCS.           

Third Saturday

Posted on: May 11th, 2015 by Robert Ingraham

On the recent Third Saturday event held at the Sheboygan County Historical Museum the topic was, Hmong Heritage in Sheboygan County. Featured were performances by traditional Dance and Qeej players, Needle point farming tools and local Hmong history.  This program can now be seen on WSCS regular scheduled time and on Video on Demand.

National Sanctuary

Posted on: May 11th, 2015 by Robert Ingraham

On this month’s First Friday Forum presented by the Sheboygan Chamber of Commerce featured the topic of a National Marine Sanctuary designation for the Sheboygan Lake Michigan area.  Guest speaker, Ellen Brody, Regional Coordinator Great Lakes and Northern Region , National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration ( NOAA). Brody talked about shipwrecks located in Lake Michigan and the Alpena National Marine Sanctuary in Thunder Bay. Sheboygan is currently in the designation process of being listed as a Wisconsin National Marine Sanctuary.