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8/15/2018 - Grounded Cafe at ADRC
Grounded Cafe
Open Mon - Fri 7-2p
Farmers' Market Saturdays 7-12p

$9 box lunch

Call ahead for pick-up (920) 448-4303.
Pre-order as early as 7am!
Inquire about delivery options. (5 box lunch min)


8/13/2018 - YOGA


Tuesday and Thursday in the Northern Building Basement
Mats, blocks and straps provided

Gentle classes from 11:30 am to 12:10 pm
Basic classes from 12:20 pm to 1:00 pm

We have openings in all four classes. If you are going to sign up it is a commitment. The cost per class depends upon the amount of people that sign up. So please make sure this is what you want to do because we will expect payment if you sign up.

Please email to register or with questions by Monday, August 27th. - More

8/9/2018 - Meeting Announcement: Learn More About the WDC - The Wisconsin Deferred Compensation (WDC) Program is a powerful tool to help you reach your retirement goals. Join a WDC Program representative at an upcoming meeting.

If You’re Just Starting to Save …We can help you get started by determining how much you may need to save in order to potentially achieve your retirement goals.

If You’ve Been Saving for a While …You may want to take a fresh look at your portfolio to evaluate whether your balance between risk and potential return still makes sense.

If Retirement Is Just Around the Corner or If You’ve Just Retired …We are here to assist you in making a smooth transition to retirement. Ask your representative about the benefits of keeping your money in the Program after you retire. And we can help you understand your distribution options, as well.

Online Scheduling …To schedule an appointment or register for a group meeting, go to the WDC website at and click Schedule a Meeting.

Things to bring to an individual appointment, if possible … Your current Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) and Social Security statements; other retirement account statements; a current paycheck stub; and your WDC username, password, and PIN (if known). Also, please be ready to provide your desired age at retirement, number of years of state service accumulated as of desired retirement age, and number of dependents claimed for tax purposes. Please bring all of the above information for your spouse/ domestic partner (if applicable).

Wisconsin Deferred Compensation (WDC) Program
Offered by your employer, Brown County
WDC Program Meeting Schedule
August 15th
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Individual Appointments
Northern Building – Room 201

To schedule an appointment, please go to, select “Schedule a Meeting” and enter 54301 for the zip code.

Representatives of Empower Retirement do not offer or provide investment, fiduciary, financial, legal or tax advice or act in a fiduciary capacity for any client unless explicitly described in writing. Please consult with your investment advisor, attorney and/or tax advisor as needed.
Core securities, when offered, are offered through GWFS Equities, Inc. and/or other broker-dealers. GWFS Equities, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company. Other than those owned by Wisconsin Deferred Compensation or indicated otherwise, the trademarks, logos, service marks and design elements used are owned by Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company. - More

8/7/2018 - The Blood Drive Winners are... -
Good Afternoon,

I just wanted to say THANKS AGAIN to everyone who donated, or tried to donate, at yesterday’s blood drive.

You are all amazing!

Our Canvas Lunch Bag winners are:
Karen Van Lanen
David Diedrick
Beth Rodgers
Russ Schwandt
Brenda Krueger
Donna VanDenBusch

Please make sure to be extra nice to your new Blood Drive Coordinator, Kala Lardinois, at the next blood drive!

As always, I sincerely thank you,

Amanda Schneider
Brown County Health & Human Services
Phone: 920-448-6122

Brown County Employees only: Blood cannot be donated on County time.

“A financial statement of the charitable organization disclosing assets, liabilities, fund balances, revenue, and expenses for the preceding fiscal year will be provided to any person upon request by the charitable organization.”

- More

8/2/2018 - DoTS Cyber Alert - USB & DVD/CD Threat


8/2/2018 - Reminder for Monday's Blood Drive - plus FREE items!

Good afternoon,

The Red Cross
strives to keep a five-day supply of blood to meet the needs of every day patients, and to be prepared for emergencies that demand a significant volume of donated blood very quickly.

Currently, there is
less than a five-day blood supply on hand.

I don’t know about you, but, as someone who has received a blood transfusion, I would hate to live in a world in which there wasn’t enough blood to administer to patients in need.

Just take a second and imagine what that might be like. Loved ones, who would have otherwise lived, and been perfectly fine, would die instead?

I’m not okay with that. There are many things going on in our world right now that we have no control over, things that make us feel totally helpless.
This – donating blood to help saves lives - this is something that WE CAN ACTUALLY DO!

And, not only is it something that we can actually do, but it’s also quick, easy and even convenient for us to do it.

The following appointment slots are still available:
9:301 slot
9:452 slots
10:001 slot
10:152 slots
10:302 slots
10:451 slot
11:002 slots
11:152 slots
11:452 slots
12:001 slot
12:152 slots
12:302 slots
12:452 slots
1:002 slots
1:151 slot
1:301 slot
1:451 slot

Thanks to the American Red Cross, we will be raffling off SIX insulated, canvas lunch bags.

We have only done this raffle one other time. If you didn’t win last time, now is your chance!

In addition to this, ALL donors will receive a
$5 Gift Card.
(You must have a valid email address on file with the Red Cross, as it will be sent via email.)

Please call or email me – today - to make your appointment.
Together, we CAN DO THIS!

Thanks so much,

Amanda Schneider
Brown County Health & Human Services
Phone: 920-448-6122

Brown County Employees only: Blood cannot be donated on County time.

“A financial statement of the charitable organization disclosing assets, liabilities, fund balances, revenue, and expenses for the preceding fiscal year will be provided to any person upon request by the charitable organization.”


8/1/2018 - Cyber Threat - Emotet


8/1/2018 - MILESTONE ANNIVERSARIES - August 2018
Beth LongleyHealth40
Laurie SukowatySyble Hopp35
Gerald HustingCommunity Treatment Center35
Karen KlisterSyble Hopp25
Deborah SturkeSheriff20
Lisa VanpayChild Support20
Rachel StrehlowLibrary20
Todd GehringSyble Hopp20
David OlsonSheriff15
Dale DeNamurAdministration15
Patricia PerezPublic Safety15
Mary-Kathryn GuzekLibrary15
Colleen MessnerHealth10
Katie BudzisCommunity Programs10
Carrie DudekCommunity Treatment Center10
Leslyn HooperSyble Hopp10
James IhlenfeldtSyble Hopp10
Holly Peters Syble Hopp10
Wendy ZillSyble Hopp10
Barbara DanenSyble Hopp10
Derrick FamereeSheriff5
Faith KrauseSheriff5
Cody LauderSheriff5
Matthew WestSheriff5
Drew DinehartZoo5
Stacy GilleCommunity Programs5
Michelle PetersonCommunity Programs5
Christopher VanheftyCommunity Programs5
Mary ImmelCommunity Treatment Center5
Jessica WuestCommunity Treatment Center5
Ashantae BurtonChild Support5
Tara KnightDistrict Attorney5
Sarah PhillipsCommunity Programs5
Julie SconzertVeterans5
Candace JohnsonCommunity Treatment Center5
Griselda BorquezCommunity Treatment Center5
Douglas HackerAirport5
Sheniqua JohnsonCommunity Treatment Center5
Jane HeinSyble Hopp5


8/1/2018 - News from the Neville August 2018


7/27/2018 - 2018 PHA's are Here - More

7/23/2018 - Dot Com & Sense - DoTS July eNews


7/23/2018 - WE NEED YOUR INPUT.... - The Friends of the Fox River Trail and Community Action for Healthy Living, Inc. are seeking community input on Tobacco-Free Outdoor Air and would greatly appreciate you taking a minute or two to answer this six-question survey! Your feedback is important! Please take this survey titled "Friends of the Fox River Trail – Environmental Assessment”:
- More

7/19/2018 - L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve's Quarterly Newsletter - L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve's Quarterly Newsletter - More

7/18/2018 - News from the Neville July 2018 Part II


7/13/2018 - Brown County Email Security


7/10/2018 - Snipping Tool - DoTS


7/5/2018 - Grounded Cafe at ADRC -

Stop in and visit us!
Open Monday - Friday 7a - 1p
Farmers' Market Saturdays 7a - 12p

Click to learn more about Grounded Cafe - a unique downtown coffee shop.

7/3/2018 - News from the Neville July 2018


7/3/2018 - Port N'News
The Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department is pleased to announce that the July 2018 issue (Vol. 20, Issue 3) of Port N’ News is now available online at

This issue of Port N’ News includes articles on:
  • Preventing Barriers to OSOW Freight Movement
  • May Tonnage Report
  • Port Webcam Cleaned for Season
  • St. Lawrence Seaway’s 60th Season
  • Leo Frigo Bridge Clearance Reduced
  • New Soo Lock Needed
You can view this issue and other issues of the Port N’ News at our website


6/29/2018 - Data Breach Notice - DoTS


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