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Giving back through flowers

2:11 PM, May 8, 2014
Tamara Smith and Cathei Mincheski with Smith's fourth-grade science class and the plants they seeded at Algoma Elementary School for Mincheski's plant sale.
Tamara Smith and Cathei Mincheski with Smith's fourth-grade science class and the plants they seeded at Algoma Elementary School for Mincheski's plant sale.
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In a time of uncertainty, the Lions Clubs local to Kewaunee County helped Cathei Mincheski and her fiance, Russ Naze, with Naze's medical bills when he was diagnosed with cancer. More than a year has gone by and Mincheski finds herself working to give back to the community that helped her.

Now facing graduation from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College's Leadership Development Program on May 9, Mincheski is finishing part of her coursework, which involves a "capstone project" that must encompass service learning.

She decided to use the skills she has acquired from the program to give back ...

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