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Kids benefit from bowling

4:37 PM, Apr. 5, 2013  |  Comments
With three teams and $2,677 in pledges collected, Church Mutual Insurance Company was again the top business in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northcentral Wisconsin Merrill Bowl for Kids Sake. Pictured are Kristy Schulz, front row, from left, of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Shannon Worlin of Church Mutual's Employees Association; middle row, Employees Association members Angie Drew, Bonnie Gauerke and Cammie Schielke; and back row Church Mutual employees Jodi Forster, Stephanie Oestreich and Rhonda DeBroux.
With three teams and $2,677 in pledges collected, Church Mutual Insurance Company was again the top business in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northcentral Wisconsin Merrill Bowl for Kids Sake. Pictured are Kristy Schulz, front row, from left, of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Shannon Worlin of Church Mutual's Employees Association; middle row, Employees Association members Angie Drew, Bonnie Gauerke and Cammie Schielke; and back row Church Mutual employees Jodi Forster, Stephanie Oestreich and Rhonda DeBroux.
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