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United Way honors outgoing board members

11:56 AM, Feb. 25, 2014
United Way of Inner Wisconsin's 2014 board of directors. Front row, from left: Charlene Harris, Moundview Memorial Hospital and Clinics; Cynthia Henke, Mead-Witter Foundation; Randy Dhein, community member; Elizabeth Constable, office of the district attorney; Nicole Pemble, Solarus; Dale Bikowski, Sentry Insurance; Betsy Feaster, Mid-State Technical College; and Kristie Rauter, Wood County Health Department. Back row, from left: Rob Goggins, Domtar; Tari Jahns, United Way of Inner Wisconsin; John Culhane, NewPage Corp.; Emily Turba, Paper City Savings Association; Phil Hartley, NewPage Corp.; Doug Wenzlaff, Solarus; Christopher Spranger, Riverview Medical Center; Kris Mallek, NewPage Corp.; and Mark Bessette, Domtar. Not pictured: Shayne Frazier, ERCO Worldwide; Brian Krzykowski, Wisconsin Rapids Police Department; and Terry Whitmore, Nekoosa Public Schools.
United Way of Inner Wisconsin's 2014 board of directors. Front row, from left: Charlene Harris, Moundview Memorial Hospital and Clinics; Cynthia Henke, Mead-Witter Foundation; Randy Dhein, community member; Elizabeth Constable, office of the district attorney; Nicole Pemble, Solarus; Dale Bikowski, Sentry Insurance; Betsy Feaster, Mid-State Technical College; and Kristie Rauter, Wood County Health Department. Back row, from left: Rob Goggins, Domtar; Tari Jahns, United Way of Inner Wisconsin; John Culhane, NewPage Corp.; Emily Turba, Paper City Savings Association; Phil Hartley, NewPage Corp.; Doug Wenzlaff, Solarus; Christopher Spranger, Riverview Medical Center; Kris Mallek, NewPage Corp.; and Mark Bessette, Domtar. Not pictured: Shayne Frazier, ERCO Worldwide; Brian Krzykowski, Wisconsin Rapids Police Department; and Terry Whitmore, Nekoosa Public Schools.
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United Way of Inner Wisconsin honored its outgoing board members and welcomed new members during its 2013 annual meeting Feb. 12 at River Cities Bank.

There was also a review of the successes during the past year, including the Community Conversations and survey, and first ever United We Can (canned food sculpture contest); while continuing to make an impact with the New Dollar Grand Sweepstakes, 211, Volunteer Center, Help for Hard Times Guide, FamilyWize distribution and Great Book Giveaway, etc.

Outgoing board members include: Don Carlson (six years), Pris Kellogg (four years), Dr. ...

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