Monthly Archives: March 2012

Campaign Update

Today I was able to meet with Erin Kuehn-Schettler who is the Director of Student Services for the School District.  She has responsibility for helping to coordinate all efforts of the guidance, school psychologist, social work, and special education staff.  … Continue reading

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Verona Press Questionnaire

Seeing as this will be released in a day or so, I wanted to post it here as well.    As always, please feel free to contact me if you have questions. What makes you qualified to serve on the school … Continue reading

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It’s a doggy dog world

Another lovely weekend is in the books.  I walked I am estimating 5 miles or so over the two days.  I visited well over 300 homes in Verona dropping literature and trying to get my name out.   Following is a … Continue reading

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Update from the Campaign Trail

After my last blog entry I have to admit that it seems a bit weird going back to writing about the campaign as we head for the homestretch of the election.  I really am not sure how to follow up … Continue reading

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March 18, 2012

What a truly beautiful day.  I spent the better part of my day out in the sun and gorgeous weather knocking on doors and handing out literature in the Military Ridge and East View Heights area today.   I was out … Continue reading

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The Importance of Service

The important role of service organizations within a community is often overlooked, especially when it comes to their involvement with our local schools.  Last night I attended the Verona Lions club meeting.  The Verona Lions are a small but dedicated … Continue reading

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Highlights from the Campaign Trail

Last night I had the great opportunity to visit Stoner Prairie Elementary school.   It was a good visit.  Principal Chris Olson gave me a tour of the building and then I was able to stay and listen in to the … Continue reading

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