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West Bend: Top awards to UW-WashingtonCounty (UW-WC) student athletes were present-ed by Debbie Butschlick, Athletic Director andProfessor Roger Peterson, WCC FacultyRepresentative at the May athletic banquet heldin their honor.Top Female Athlete of the Year award wasgiven to Stacy Chesak, West Bend. Stacy wasnamed to the WCC First Team, All Conference inboth volleyball and tennis as well as WCC StateAll -Tournament Team in volleyball. Chesak alsoreceived the top Scholar Athlete of the Yearaward, from Thomas J. Brigham, WCCCommissioner.The top Male Athlete of the Year awardwent to Caleb Olla, Kewaskum. Caleb wasnamed to the WCC All-Conference First Team insoccer. This was the 25th consecutive year thatthe two top athlete awards were given by thePick Family.WCC Scholar Athlete awards were present-ed by Roger Peterson (WCC Faculty Rep) to TomBailey, Hartford (soccer); Stacy Chesak, WestBend (volleyball, tennis); Ben Lukes, Waukesha(golf); Jason Martinez, Hartford (golf); SalvatoreMontini, Germantown (soccer); Caleb Olla,Kewaskum (soccer); Elise Peters, West Bend(volleyball); Theresa Ratzel, Kewaskum (basket-ball, volleyball); Jenny Ritterbusch, Mayville(basketball); Anna Steil, Mayville (basketball).
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Habitat for Humanity of Washington Countyannounced a joint adventure with Exploring andVenturing for students age 16 to 21. This new pro-gram will give students the best information aboutcareers in the construction field through hands-onprojects, guest speakers, tours, and discussions.This program will meet at least once a monththroughout the year with qualified, successful menand women in the field who have mastered the artof home construction and remodeling. Studentswill also have an opportunity to volunteer withHabitat's home building project as well. The pro-gram will run year-round with activities centeredon home remodeling, home construction, and useof tools, safety, resume development, and leader-ship developments. Programs will be lead byWest Bend area professionals and volunteers.Registration in the Exploring/Venturing pro-gram is only $25 per year. This fee covers liabili-ty insurance, accident insurance, registration, andadministrative fees.Participation in programs like this has helpedstudents obtain college endorsements and anincreased opportunity to secure a job in thesecareer fields after graduation. Students and par-ents who are interested and want to know moreabout this program should contact Steve Lirely firstname.lastname@example.org.
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