THE LIEBERGEN’S GO TO FLORIDA!
The Liebergen’s spent time in Florida from January 12th through January 19th. Rick, Jen, Sam, Nick and Chris had fun visiting the Magic Kingdom and St. Pete’s Beach!
AMAZING ADVENTURES IN AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
Studing in Austrailia led to some exciting adventures for these young women!
MOUNTAIN POINT SNORKELING
Steve and Kathy Buss of Shiocton went snorkeling at Mountain Point Snorkeling in Ketchikan Alaska on September 20, 2012. Out of 2500 passengers on the Sapphire Princess only four were brave enough to get in the Alaskan water. They saw many colorful starfish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers and an Orca whale even made an appearance further out in the bay. Seeing Mt. McKinley three days in a row is apparently quite rare, but this made the trip even more memorable!
PASTA! PASTA! PASTA!
Sisters Charlene Goerl and Bonnie Bruehl spent 25 wonderful days in September traveling throughout Italy. Back-to-back Collette Vacations tours included Rome, Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Sorrento, Isle of Capri, Florence, Pisa, Assisi, Perugia, many, many towns in Tuscany and Umbria (stayed 4 nights outside of Cortona in a real 17TH century Italian villa), Cinque Terre, Porto Fino, Ligurian Coast, northern Lakes District-Maggiore, Como, Lugano (into Switzerland-Locarno), Milan, Verona, Bologna and Venice. It was a trip of lifetime with fantastic weather, fabulous sites, fun groups, cooking class and much pasta and vino consumed!
BRAZILIAN HUMANITARIAN TRIP!
Dr. Jolene Garvey Pintar was selected as an Extension Faculty member with Palmer College of Chiropractic to travel to Ilheus, Brazil on a Clinic Aboard Trip from October 17-29, 2012. As a group they provided chiropractic care to the less fortunate in locations such as public stadiums, private businesses, schools and orphanages.
Let the races begin!
Start Your Engines
Buddy Albert is holding a copy of the ACN Times-Press at the Indy 500. He went to the 101ST Anniversary of the race and the 96TH running. There were no races during the war. Brian Albert, Seymour and his sister Susan Tilot, Green Bay also made the trip. White framed cardboard sunglasses were given out at the race as a remembrance to Dan Wheldon (1978-2011). Dan was the 2005 and 2011 100TH Anniversary winner of the 500. The 2012 winner is now a three time winner. He is Dario Franchetti who is married to actress Ashley Judd.
Trip to Spain!
The Spanish students traveled to Barcelona, Spain from June 22 until July 1. (Front row, left to right) Maggie Blohm, Alize Gray, Jacey Spoehr, Gabi Negrete, Christen Tilkens, Nikki Eick. (Second row, left to right) Erin Blohm, Morgan Theobald, Katie Bridges, Olivia Gray. (Back row, left to right) Spanish Teacher Pam Van Ornum, Erica Blohm.
It was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for everyone.
And The Band Played On….
Members of the Seymour high Schooll Band and some members of the eighth grade band went to Boston and New York June 8 through June 13. They traveled by coach bus to Boston, MA, and performed in the Bunker Hill Day parade in Charlestown, MA on Sunday, June 10. The band played “On Wisconsin” and “Yankee Doodle”. After that they headed to New York for the remainder of the trip and participated in a clinic/workshop at New York University with Mr. Michael L. Breaux. The students toured many awesome places; namely, Plimoth Plantation, The Mayfl ower II, Freedom Trail, the USS Constitution, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Empire State Building. We saw the 9/11 Memorial, went to Chinatown and Little Italy. The grand fi nale of our trip was a dinner/dance cruise in the New York Harbor, seeing the Brooklyn Bridge, the Skyline, and the Statue of Liberty. There was even time to take in a show, the Blue Man Group and enjoy a meal at the Hard Rock Cafe by Times Square. Many thanks to Mr. Alban for organizing such a fantastic, eductional and memorable trip for the students and chaperones.
EASTER AT THE BEACH
Easter At The Beach
After snowbirding the month of March in Mesa, Arizona Fred Bahrs and Charlene Goerl spent Easter
week in California with Fred’s family. Everyone enjoyed a long Easter weekend at a beach house on
Pajaro Dunes, between Santa Cruz and Monterey, California. In the photo, to the left of Charlene is Fred’s daughter Trisha Whitehill’s family and to the right of Fred is his son Thom Barh’s family.
DENVER IN DECEMBER
This photo was taken December 22, 2011, of Allyn and Bridget Staley inside the oldest restaurant in Denver, The Buckhorn Exchange, since 1893 with liquor license #001. It was visited by Teddy Roosevelt many times and is completely fi lled to the brim with the Old Wild West memorabilia, trophy mounts, guns and photos going back to the 1800’s. Located at 1st and Osage Streets it is accessed by the Light Rail, bus or car. They off er a wonderful variety of wild game, from Elk to Bison, to Ostrich and Alligator. It is a must-see destination when visiting Denver. Take the Advertiser Community News with you when you go on the road! Share a picture of yourself with the front page of the ACN and we’ll put it here for everyone to see. Tell us who’s in the picture and when it was taken. E-mail them to Lea Ann @ adcommnews.com
A NEW ENGLAND ADVENTURE
Carol and Lee Planert and Bill and Dorothy Paltzer traveled to the New England States and took this
picture next to the sign at Lake Placid, New York. Visiting the place where the 1980 Olympics were held.
We also visited New York City, the Statue of Liberty, Ground Zero and all the way for lobster in Maine.
It was two weeks packed full of history and fun. Take the Advertiser Community News with you when you go on the road! Share a picture of yourself with the front page of the ACN and we’ll put it here for everyone to see. Tell us who’s in the picture and when it was taken. E-mail them to Lea Ann @ adcommnews.com
Olympic Trials in Houston, TX
Mike and Mary Sigl traveled to Houston, Texas to cheer their son as he ran to qualify for the Olympics.
The Sigl’s and several members of their family enjoyed the experience and the nice weather in Texas.
The Olympic team trials were exciting. The athletes were amazing and talented.
Being caught up in all of the excitement made for a trip that the Sigl’s won’t soon forget!Take the Advertiser Community News with you when you go on the road! Share a picture of yourself with the front page of the ACN and we’ll put it here for everyone to see. Tell us who’s in the picture and when it was taken. E-mail them to Lea Ann @ adcommnews.com
An Egyptian Trip to Remember
John and Rose Stuckart traveled to Egypt in September, 2011 with their grandson Casey Heckenlaible. They enjoyed sight-seeing even thought thier trip was originally delayed due to unrest in that region. The travelers had a wonderful ftrip but were happy to be home safe and sound. Take the Advertiser Community News with you when you go on the road! Share a picture of yourself with the front page of the ACN and we’ll put it here for everyone to see. Tell us who’s in the picture and when it was taken. E-mail them to Lea Ann @ adcommnews.com
Stellmacher By Seymour Indiana Sign
Chuck retired after working for Gustman’s for 40 years. He also celebrated his 60th birthday in July. This picture was taken in June on the way to Orlando, Florida.
An Alaskan Adventure to Remember
Pictured below are part of a group that recently returned from a 7-day cruise to Alaska. They took a copy of the Advertiser Community News with them.
Front Row: L-R: Doris Kropp, Betty Zablocki, Zach Soltvedt, McKenzie Hintz, Julie Hintz
Back Row: L-R: Leonard Zablocki, Karen Spaude, Ken Spaude, Nathan Soltvedt, Gary Kropp, Jodi Soltvedt, Jim Soltvedt, Derek Hintz
St. Pierre & Miquelon “Expedition”
Well, maybe not exactly not an “expedition”, but almost like one! Gravel roads, ferry crossings, moose sightings and Zodiac rafting made for an exciting trip for the VandeVyver’s of Black Creek. To get to St. Pierre they needed to take a ferry out of Fortune, Newfoundland. To reach Miquelon they had to take a Zodiac raft. Mike does not suggest driving a low car on the roads there, they used an all-wheel drive van and wore out all the brakes, broke the driver side window and could not open the rear door due to all the dust! Mike recommends that you use a tent as many pull-behind campers were wrecked. You should plan on allowing three week and 6000 miles to completely enjoy this trip.
Here is a photo from the July 2011 Outdoor Adventure Club trip to Boundary Waters. The students canoed and backpacked for seven days in the Boundary Waters of northern Minnesota. Pictured are: Alex Opgenorth, Ryan Krahn, Erica Blohm, Laura Iverson. Also on the trop were students Dustin Muenster, Josh Hopkins, and Charissa Hilgenberg, along with teachers Staci Sievert and Seth Reuter.
Diermier Family Get-Together
47 family members took a bus trip to celebrate Ethel Diermeier’s upcoming 80th birthday. The family was photographed with their copy of the Advertiser Community News in front of Mount Rushmore.
Traveling to Washington D.C.
Bill, Jean and Debra Seidl visited Washingto D.C. in June. Here they are shown holding a copy of Advertiser Community News in front of the Iwo Jima “Raising the Flag” Monument.
25th Wedding Anniversary Celebration
Terrie and Steve Carpenter recently celebrated their upcoming 25th Wedding Anniversary with a trip out west. Here they are shown at Mount Rushmore.
ACN At The ESPY Awards
Jim Schmit (Little Chute) and John Schmit (Phoenix, AZ) sons of Dorothy Schmit (Seymour) and the late Elmer Schmit are shown on the Red Carpet at The ESPY Awards held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, California on July 13th. Although the Packers were not voted “Team of the Year”, we all know they were!!!
…And Tigger, Too!
Members of Seymour High School FBLA took time to visit with Tigger at the Magic Kindgom in Walt Disney World while in Orlando, Florida for the National FBLA Conference in June. Pictured are Elizabeth Herman, Danielle Hollingsworth, Tigger, Gordon Grassel, Katie Grassel and Lizzie Tesch
Holy Land Tour
Carrie Daoust, Seymour, and Charlene Goerl, Appleton, joined 30 wonderful people on a 17 day Holy Land Tour with YMT Vacations in May. They spent threedays in Egypt, three in Jordan and the remainder in Israel. It was an awesome, once in a lifetime trip for Christians to walk where Jesus was born, lived, fulfilled his ministry and crucified. The boat ride on the Sea of Galilee was especially inspiring. For those concerned about safety traveling in the Middle East, YMT does a great job of looking out for your security and safety.
Cheer, cheer for old Notre Dame
Cecilia Schoultz, French teacher from Seymour Community High School, took six of her French students and one student from Southwest High School to France from March 8-20, 2011. The first week the kids spent in Fontainebleau with host families and the last five days in Paris visiting historical sites. “We took your paper with us every step of the trip and had a blast having our pictures taken with it. We chose the picture of all Cecilia and the kids in front of the Cathedral of Notre Dame, all the kids went to Mass and it truly was a highlight of our trip.” From left to right Jared Boerst, Alexander Opgenorth, Cecilia Schoultz, Abigail Christensen, Emily Huben, Raisssa Ashman, Cassandra Martin, all from Seymour, and Breann Clark, Southwest.
Deep in Texas
Mark & Diane Engel went to South Padre Island w/ cousins John & Maria & baby Megan Engel while on a recent trip to visit Mark’s Uncle Wilmer & Geraldine Engel in Mercedes, Texas. They also visited 1st cousin Lois and her family.
A grand view
Erwin Beyer and his family visited the Grand Canyon in March.
A quiet retreat
Visiting the Holy Name Retreat House on Chamber Island in September were Den Frye, Ann Radtke, Donna Nahring, Rose Kunesh and Dorothy Vanden Heuvel.
This is a picture of Diane Weis and her son Mason Friebel in front of Tower Bridge over the River Thames, London. Diane met up with Mason after he completed an internship in Dublin, Ireland. The trip also included four days in Paris.
Visiting Mount Rushmore
Some members of the Seymour Band brought the Advertiser Community News along on a concert trip to Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, in July 2010. Students left to right are Casey Kozak, Emily Herman, Molly Hanson, Megan Hovell and Lizzy Tesch.
We’ve gone to Disney World!
Shown are Joel and Jessica Walters with sons Justin and Jonathan in front of the castle at Disney World on Oct. 30, 2009.