Monthly Archives: July 2015

Construction Update August 3rd

Crews will be working from Main Street to East Highland Drive.

o Peters Concrete will continue to grade for landscaping. Crews will start to place topsoil between the curb and sidewalk as well as on the backsides of the sidewalk.

o Double D Landscaping will continue to complete landscaping from Main Street to East Highland Drive in the terrace areas and back side of sidewalks. They will also start installing street signs throughout the project limits.

o Northeast Asphalt will start paving asphalt tie in locations at all side streets from Main Street to East Highland Drive. They will also complete asphalt driveways and parking lots.

o Brickline will be onsite completing pavement marking from Main Street to East Highland Drive.

o All intersections from Main Street to East Highland Drive will be opened to allow for local traffic only. There will be partial closures on these intersections during asphalt tie ins and painting on crosswalk pavement markings. All side streets will still be signed as “Road Closed to Through Traffic”.

· The schedule is subject to change due to unforeseen conflicts and/or weather events.

Golf Classic Tees Off on Saturday, Sept. 12

Golf 2014 019Oconto Falls – The HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital Golf Classic will be held at River Island Golf Course in Oconto Falls on Saturday, Sept. 12.

This event, hosted by HSHS St. Clare Foundation, is open to golfers and guests. The 9-hole scramble will tee off at 2:00 p.m. Live music by The Cougars Band, Pit BBQ feast, cash bar, live auction, raffles and prizes will also be featured.

Advance tickets are available to guests at $25 per person, $30 at the door and will include admission to the band, dinner and a drink ticket. Online registration for golfers and guest ticket sales are available at www.scmhgolfclassic.eventbrite.com.

For questions regarding registration, call or email Ann Senn at (920) 848-6369 or ann.senn@hshs.org.

For the week of July 27 to July 31

For the week of July 27h to July 31st, –

  • Crews will be working from Main Street to East Highland Drive.

o   Martell Construction will continue to pour sidewalk along both sides of WIS 22 from Main Street to the East Highland Drive.  They will be completing sidewalk ramps at various intersections and continuing to pour driveways along both sides of WIS 22.  Residence will need to anticipate temporary driveway closures during each individual driveway pour.

o   The railroad crossing signals will be installed between Monroe Street and Quincy Street.

o   Peters Concrete will continue to grade for sidewalks.  Crews will start to place topsoil between the curb and sidewalk as well as on the backsides of the sidewalk.

o   Van Buren Street, Paul Street, Grove Street, Columbia Street, Chestnut Street will be opened to allow for local traffic only.  Jefferson Street, Adams Street, Washington Street and Franklin Street will be opened to allow for local traffic only in the later part of the week after strengths have been achieved for the concrete colored crosswalks.  All side streets will still be signed as “Road Closed to Through Traffic”.

o   Double D will be onsite starting to landscape various locations from Main Street to East Highland Drive.

o   NEA will be in at the end of the week to pave side street tie ins and driveways from  Main Street to East Highland Drive.

o   Bodart Electric will be in to install concrete bases for street lighting between Franklin Street and Adams Street.

  • The schedule is subject to change due to unforeseen conflicts and/or weather events.”
  • We encourage the businesses in the downtown section to attend this Friday’s (JULY 24) meeting at 10:00 AM in City Hall to discuss in further detail scheduled work from Main Street to Cherry Street.

Construction Update for July 20th to July 24th

For the week of July 20th to July 24th –
· Crews will be working from Main Street to East Highland Drive.
o Martell Construction will continue to pour sidewalk along both sides of WIS 22 from Main Street to the railroad crossing. They will be completing sidewalk ramps at various intersections and continuing to pour driveways along both sides of WIS 22. Residence will need to anticipate temporary driveway closures during each individual driveway pour.
o Vinton Construction will continue to complete the colored crosswalks from Franklin Street to Jefferson Street both on the south and north sides of WIS 22.
o The railroad crossing will be reopened as soon as this Friday, but no later than Monday July 20th.
o Peters Concrete will continue to grade for sidewalks. Crews will start to place topsoil between the curb and sidewalk as well as on the backsides of the sidewalk.
o Van Buren Street, Paul Street, Grove Street, Columbia Street, Chestnut Street will be opened to allow for local traffic only. Jefferson Street, Adams Street, Washington Street and Franklin Street will be opened to allow for local traffic only in the later part of the week after strengths have been achieved for the concrete. All side streets will still be signed as “Road Closed to Through Traffic”.
· The schedule is subject to change due to unforeseen conflicts and/or weather events.”

Hospitalist Program at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital

Prevea Health is pleased to announce the launch of a dedicated hospitalist program at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital. It includes seven new physicians – hospitalists – available to better serve all hospitalized patients.

What is a hospitalist?
A hospitalist is a provider whose sole responsibility is to take care of patients in the hospital. They do not work in a clinic setting or have outpatient office hours like most primary care providers. Hospitalists coordinate patients’ admission into the hospital, manage their care and treatment and contact any subspecialist providers (cardiologists, gastroenterologists, etc.) patients may need during their hospital stay. As hospitalists care for patients in the hospital, they are also working with the patients’ primary care provider to discuss their conditions and what should be done once patients are discharged from the hospital.

What does this mean for patients?
Being cared for by a hospitalist during your stay at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital means you are being cared for by providers who are specially trained in working in a hospital setting. Patients can be assured they are receiving the best care possible, in conjunction with the high-quality care they already receive from their primary care doctor with Prevea Health.

The new, Prevea Health hospitalists at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital include:
Dr. Tanya Lechtev
Dr. Shefiu Lanre Shittu
Dr. Frederick Abrokwah
Dr. Emmanuel Odeyemi
Dr. Olusolape Adegbehingbe
Dr. Moshood Lawal
Dr. Okechukwu Kanu

For more information about hospitalist services provided by Prevea Health, visit https://www.prevea.com/Medical-Services/Hospital-Services/.

Construction Update for July 13th to July 17th

For the week of July 13th to July 17th –
Crews will be working from Main Street to East Highland Drive.

o Martell Construction will continue to be pour sidewalk along the west side of WIS 22 up to Main Street. They will be completing sidewalk ramps at various intersections and continuing to pour driveways along both sides of WIS 22. Residence will need to anticipate temporary driveway closures during each individual driveway pour.

o Vinton Construction will continue to pour out intersections and railroad approaches. This will limit access onto the site at Franklin north, Washington north, Adams north and Jefferson north. Due to today’s concrete mainline pour, access will be closed to WIS 22 from Franklin south, Washington south and Adams south until opening strengths have been achieved.

o The railroad crossing will remain closed the entire week.

o Peters Concrete will continue to grade for sidewalks and the railroad approaches. Crews will start to place topsoil between the curb and sidewalk as well as on the backsides of the sidewalk.

o Van Buren Street, Paul Street, Columbia Street and Chestnut Street will be opened to allow for local traffic only. It will still be signed as “Road Closed to Through Traffic”.

The Game’s Afoot

Games afootAbrams Theatre Presents “The Game’s Afoot”

Abrams Spotlight Productions, Inc. will present, The Game’s Afoot or Holmes for the Holidays (Book by, Ken Ludwig) August 14, 2015 – August 23, 2015 at The Byng Community Theater in Abrams.

It is December 1936 and Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow cast-members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous. Then it’s up to Gillette himself, as he assumes the persona of his beloved Holmes, to track down the killer before the next victim appears. The danger and hilarity are non-stop in this glittering whodunit set during the Christmas holidays.

Opening night is Friday, August 14 at 7:00pm. Abrams Spotlight Productions, Inc. will be celebrating by having an Opening Night Gala. Patrons that attend opening night will receive complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drinks after the show (with the cast and crew).

Subsequent show dates are as follows:

August 15th at 1pm & 7pm
August 16th at 1pm
August 21st at 7pm
August 22nd at 1pm & 7pm
August 23rd at 1pm

Performances are at The Byng Community Theater, 5852 Maple Street, Abrams. Tickets are $12.00 for Adults (18-64), $10.00 for Seniors (65+) and Youth (5-17), and $5.00 for Children (4 and under). Tickets can be purchased online at www.AbramsTheatre.com or by calling the Box Office at 920-826-5852.

MISSOULA CHILDREN’S THEATRE PRESENTS THE WIZ OF THE WEST

Saturday, August 8, 2015 • 12 NOON & 2:30 PM • Falls Area Performing Arts Center

MISSOULA CHILDREN’S THEATRE PRESENTS THE WIZ OF THE WEST

WOW PHOTO 300 DPIConceived and Written by Michael McGill

Music and Lyrics by Michael McGill

Join Missoula Children’s Theatre and 50 area children as they present THE WIZ OF THE WEST, the classic story THE WIZARD OF OZ, but with a twist…or should we say, twister?! Follow Tinhorn, Lionel, Scared Crow, Dotty and, of course, her little dog Mooch through a saga of Western adventure and personal discovery. First they tangle with Mad Dog’s gang of bad, barkin’, back-bitin’ hounds who work for the meanest old witch in the West, Hawknose Halley. Then they encounter the brainless Buzzards and the terrifying Tarantulas. The singin’ Coyotes help move things along while Ma and Pa Munch and the rest of the Munch Kin point out the way to Dr. Ozzy, the Wizard of Frontier Medicine. Which way is that? Why Westward, o’ course! THE WIZ OF THE WEST…a fairy tale with a twang!

Tickets:  Adults $11/Students & Children: $6  *All tickets subject to a $2 processing fee