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New officers being sworn in by immediate past president Henry Reimann: Cal Curths, Immediate Past President; Dave Henslee President; Doug Treat 1st Vice President; Dan Hendrickson 2nd Vice President.

Standing (L-R). Jeff Golden (CT), Larry Aiken (FL), Al Stoeckel (IL) Sitting (L-R). Paul Magee (MA), Alan Melvin (NC), Brad Smith (FL), Vern Foli (IL).

Collins received the award Wednesday, June 24, at the At- torney General’s annual summit. The Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award is a state- wide honor given to an officer who has

Collins received the award in recognition of his 10 years of work with the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Death Response Team, or LEDR. LEDR is a group that works to aid departments that have lost an officer in the line of duty, by suicide or off duty. 251st Reunion n Classmates from the 251st Session gather at Powers Lake, Wisconsin. September 2015. This was the third annual reunion, next year this crew is heading to Pensacola FL.

displayed admirable service and dedication to duty through- out his or her career. The winner of

Texas students from 258th Session.

Joseph Collins

WISCONSIN n Two Rivers Police Chief Jo- seph Collins , 236th Session, has been named Officer of the Year by the Wisconsin Department

of Justice, partly for his role in helping officers, departments and families whose members and comrades have fallen in the line of duty.

the award is chosen by a team led by Attorney General Brad Schimel .

Cafeteria/Board Room Renovation Project continued from page 12 electrical panels, HVAC and associated mechanical systems), and new energy efficient windows and storefront. Following a soft opening to limited student classes, the cafete- ria was open for full operations on Monday, June 22. The overall dining room seating has increased by approximately 200 to a capac- ity of 700 seats. The shift from a cafeteria to a Dining Hall is a re- sult of the construction renovations as well as several changes to the food service operations. The old “cafeteria” style food operation has been replaced with a “food court” style of service delivery. There are multiple food stations to include a pasta bar, pizza bar, grilling sta- tion, carving station, stir fry station and an expanded salad bar. The menu has been expanded and a licensed dietitian has been added to the staff along with an advanced culinary team. The Boardroom concept has been maintained with an after-hour bar and a limited

order menu. The Boardroom sign has been refurbished and installed over the bar while the stained glass is being redone to be re-installed as well. There are several large screen TVs installed throughout the dining room, lounge and boardroom area.



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