–Mission Statement

–Mission Statement
Nativity of Our Lord Catholic
Community welcomes all searching for
God while growing together in faith by
God’s grace through
prayer, service and sharing.
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Pastoral Team
Pastor
Fr. John H. Harper
Social Concerns Director
Deacon Michael Schmidt
Director of Family Life Commission
Director of Stephen Ministry
Laurie Johnson
Worship Director
Wayne Efferson
Green Bay, Wisconsin
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Jamie Whalen
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Faith Formation Coordinator
Andrea Sabor
Coordinator of Youth Ministry
Craig Majewski
Parish Staff
Parish Secretary
Rae Wetzel
Housekeeper
Mary Greene
Volunteer Coordinator
Deb Langenhuizen
Accountant/IT Specialist
Vicki Matuszak
Business Administrator
Marty Rusch
Maintenance Supervisor
Mike Wightman
Faith Formation Staff
Secretary
Charmaine Berchmans
Confirmation Facilitator
Christine Wolf
Early Childhood Coordinator
Heidi Stubb
Grades 1 & 2 Coordinator
Jennifer Feyen
Parish Office
Hours
Monday-Friday
8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Phone (920)499-5156
Fax
(920)429-9285
E-mail [email protected]
Faith Formation Office
Phone
(920)499-6012
Mass Schedule
Monday & Thursday
9:00 AM
(Communion Prayer Service)
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9:00 AM
Weekend
Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM & 10:15 AM
Holy Day Eve 6:30 PM, Day 9:00 AM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 4:00 PM
or by appointment
Eucharistic Adoration
Mondays 9:30 AM-1:00 PM
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Wednesday, August 28th at 6:30 PM in Bona Hall.
We are also making plans for the picnic next year as we will
be celebrating our 50th Anniversary and we would like your
input to make this entertaining and successful. Please provide
pros/cons and new ideas for us to explore. Comments/
suggestion forms can be found in the Narthex. Please fill out
the form and place it in the box or email Jeremy Fass (Picnic
Chair) at [email protected] Thank You.
Will there only be a few saved?” This
is a hard question with a hard answer:
“Enter by the narrow door for many
will try and will not succeed.” The Lord
came to save the “nations of every
language,” each and every one of us, but
even the Lord relies on our free response to the offer. So “hold
up your limp arms and steady your trembling knees and smooth
out the path you will tread” when following the lead of our
Savior. There is hope—“those now last will be first.” Can you
step out onto the way of the Lord?
P ARIS H S TEWARDSHIP
August 17th & 18th, 2013
Text, Philip J. Sandstrom, STD © 2000, OCP. All rights reserved.
$7,302.00
830.00
1,243.00
$9,375.00
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS—RCIA
Would you like to know more about the Catholic faith? Are
you or someone you know interested in converting from
another Christian religion? Maybe someone you know has
never been baptized and is interested in becoming Catholic?
RCIA can be one way of answering all of the above. Inquiry
sessions will be held on Tuesdays, beginning September 10th
from 6:30-8:00 PM in the Lounge, adjacent to Bona Hall. If
you or someone you know is interested in learning what the
RCIA process has to offer, contact Wayne Efferson at
490-1352, ext. 206 or [email protected]).
To meet our budget, we need an average of
$16,000.00 each week.
Celebrating 50 Years of Faith ....................
Celebrating 50 Years YTD ...................
Maintenance & Improvement ....................
Assumption ................................................
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PICNIC WRAP UP MEETING 2013
Sacrificial Offering ....................................
Loose Offertory ..........................................
Auto Bank Withdrawal ..............................
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$2,363.00
$88,869.00
$45.00
$497.00
CALENDAR RAFFLE WINNERS!!!
ATTENTION LITURGICAL MINISTERS!
August
The Fall/Winter 2013 Schedule - (October 6th - January 26th)
is being created. August 13th was the due date for Scheduling
Information Sheets to be turned in for anyone needing changes
to the way they are scheduled. If you did not return this form
please do so via email, postal mail or call and we will try to
honor your changes. Please contact Wayne Efferson, Worship
Director at 490-1352, ext. 206 or [email protected]
14th Cheryl Alderson.……...$25.00 18th Alyson/Mike Nelson.$50.00
15th Brad Lyons…...……….$25.00 19th Jim Johnson………..$25.00
16th Joan Huerisit…...…...…$25.00 20th Jessie Mauermann....$25.00
17th Christine Wolf...….…...$25.00
Please allow 2-3 weeks for processing payment.
SEMINARIAN COLLECTION
CHILDREN’S CHOIR PIZZA PARTY KICK OFF
Thank you to those who have participated in the
annual Seminarian Collection Hope for the
Future, Help them Today. There is still time to respond to the
great need we have to support our local seminarians. Have you
made your gift? So far our parish has raised $3,325.00. Last
year we raised $4,648.00. Let us see if we can increase our
support of this important part of the mission of the Diocese of
Green Bay. Make your gift today by mailing in your pledge
card or visit www.CatholicFoundationgb.org/give.
Elissa Richardson Lucas, CC Director, would like to welcome
all 2nd-6th graders to join the Nativity Children’s Choir for the
2013-2014 year. Join us in the Lounge for pizza on
Wednesday, September 4th from 4:30-5:30 PM. RSVP by
September 3rd. Regular rehearsals will be on Wednesdays from
4:30-5:30 PM in the Lounge, beginning September 11th and
their first Mass will be on Sunday, September 22nd (10:15 AM).
If interested in joining the Children’s Choir please contact
Wayne at 490-1352, ext. 206 or [email protected]
These young men are our Hope for the Future.
Thank you for your generosity as you Help them Today!
NATIVITY (ADULT) CHOIR
The Nativity Adult Choir is ready to start another
year of leading song at the 8:30 AM Mass (2nd
and 4th Sundays, beginning September 9th).
Rehearsals are held on Thursdays, beginning
September 5th (7:00-8:30 PM-Church). Current
and new members are invited to attend. Call
Mary Kay Koehnke, Choir Director, at 494-3860
for more information.
THE BELL TOWER IS UP & RINGING!
Our vision is now a reality! Fr. Lison would be proud.
Thanks to all those who contributed to our Bell Tower
project. If anyone would still like to contribute $1,000
for a foot of steel, your name will be included on the
plaque. Make your check payable to Nativity Parish
and note "Tower Builder" in the memo. Please list the
exact wording you want on the plaque.
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All Masses celebrated at Nativity of Our Lord
Parish are offered for the living and deceased
members of our parish. Up to five special
intentions can be remembered at each Mass.
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FOR AUGUST 24–SEPTEMBER 1, 2013
Saturday, August 24
5:00
 Sophia Simenz
 Dale Bundy
Sunday, August 25
8:30
 John Strenski & son Jack
 John Weisnicht
 Carole Kohlbeck
10:15
 Denny Danen
Monday, August 26
9:00
Communion Prayer Service
Tuesday, August 27
9:00
 Virginia Schultz
SAT:
5:00 PM
Songleader/Organist
SUN:
8:30 AM
10:15 AM
Songleader/Organist
Songleader/Organist
MON: 9:30 AM
Eucharistic Adoration-Chapel
WED:
6:00 PM
6:30 PM
6:30 PM
Youth Group-JP2 Room
Confirmation Catechist Mtg-Library
Picnic Meeting-Bona Hall
SAT:
5:00 PM
Songleader/Organist
SUN:
8:30 AM
10:15 AM
Songleader/Organist
Songleader/Organist
READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 25TH
Wednesday, August 28
9:00
 Thomas McMahon
2:00
 Richard Salmon (Woodside)
Sunday:
Is 66:18-21; Ps 117:1-2; Heb 12:5-7, 11-13;
Lk 13:22-30
Monday:
1 Thes 1:1-5, 8b-10; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b;
Mt 23:13-22
Tuesday:
1 Thes 2:1-8; Ps 139:1-6; Mt 23:23-26
Wednesday: 1 Thes 2:9-13; Ps 139:7-12ab; Mt 23:27-32
Thursday: 1 Thes 3:7-13; Ps 71:1-4a, 5-6ab, 15ab, 17;
Mk 6:17-29
Friday:
1 Thes 4:1-8; Ps 97:1, 2b, 5-6, 10-12;
Mt 25:1-13
Saturday: 1 Thes 4:9-11; Ps 98:1, 7-9; Mt 25:14-30
Sunday:
Sir 3:17-18, 20, 28-29; Ps 68:4-7, 10-11;
Heb 12:18-19, 22-24a; Lk 14:1, 7-14
Thursday, August 29
9:00
Communion Prayer Service
2:00
 Eleanor Leuthner (San Luis)
Friday, August 30
9:00
 Fr. Lambert Scanlan
 Fr. Orville Janssen
Saturday, August 31
2:00
Wedding of Alaina Shimon & Jordan Thomas
5:00
 Lucas Ratajczak
 Lloyd Tobin
 Joe Nockerts
Until September 11th
Wednesday morning Mass will be
at 9:00 AM instead of 8:00 AM.
Sunday, September 1
8:30
 Mary & Sylvester Steeno
 Marilyn Zipper
10:15
 Dorothy & Alex Lynch
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 John Aulik Sr. & John Jr.
ROSARY RALLY FAMILY EVENT DAY
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Come celebrate at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in New
Franken, from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Join in hymns of praise, a
Processional Rosary, a presentation on The Message of Fatima,
Benediction and prayers of penance, reparation and consecration.
Join us as we give glory to God, and honor Our Blessed Mother’s
request during her apparitions at Fatima to pray the Rosary for
world peace. The event is outdoors, so bring your lawn chairs.
Seating is available in the chapel who require it.
SUMMER RETREAT AT NATIVITY - KOINONIA
Are you looking for some special time with the
Lord? Do you want to know more about the Paschal
Mystery, Christ’s Easter Journey? Join us for a
weekend of community, and experience Christ’s
love, learning more about Our Lord and growing closer to
Him. It is an experience that will remain in your heart forever.
The Koinonia weekend will take place Friday, August 30th at
5:00 PM until Sunday, September 1st at 5:00 PM at Nativity
of Our Lord Church. The cost is a $50.00 contribution, but
scholarships are available upon request. For more information
and to register, please contact Connie Nedohon at 737-6104
or email [email protected]
STEWARDSHIP THOUGHT
“Everything is lawful,” but not everything is
beneficial. “Everything is lawful,” but not everything
builds up.
I Corinthians 10:23
How do you give glory to God and “build up Christ’s Church”
by sharing your time in prayer, your talents in service and your
treasures in sharing?
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NORBERTINE CENTER FOR SPIRITUALITY
NATIVITY FAITH FORMATION PROGRAMS—
2013-2014
Sacred Space for Spiritual Growth and Renewal
The Norbertine Center, located in DePere on the grounds of
the Abbey, has released its fall schedule. Many fine programs
are available, as well as prayer opportunities with the
Norbertines. Several brochures are available in our brochure
racks. Call 920-337-4315, or visit http://www.norbertines.org/
programs.html for more information.
Registration Deadline: Friday, August 30th
Registration forms for our 2013-2014 programs were sent out
to all families. If you did not receive one, please contact the
Faith Formation Office at 499-6012. Copies are available in the
Parish Office and in the Narthex. You can also view and print
the forms online—visit nativityparish.com and click on the
Faith Formation tab. Feel free to contact Jamie Whalen,
Director of Faith Formation, at the above number or at
[email protected] for more information.
YOU CAN HELP YOUR MARRIAGE
Retrouvaille Retreat — A lifeline for marriages
Do you feel alone? Are you frustrated or angry with each
other? Do you argue … or have you just stopped talking to
each other? Does talking about it only make it worse?
Retrouvaille helps couples through difficult times in their
marriages. For confidential information about or to register for the
upcoming weekend at St. Norbert Abbey on September 13-15 call
800-470-2230 or visit the website at www.retrouvaille.org.
REGISTER FOR CONFIRMATION PREPARATION
High school juniors are invited to prepare for the Sacrament of
Confirmation. If you have not yet registered for the program,
please contact the Faith Formation Office or Christine Wolf at
499-6012, or email [email protected] for more
information.
PRAYER GARDEN BRICKS
BECOME A CATECHIST FOR OUR CHILDREN
We are taking orders for bricks for our prayer garden. There
are forms at each church entrance or you may order online.
You can pay either by pay pal or print out the completed order
form and mail your check to Nativity Parish, Attention: Vicki.
The website is www.nativityparish.donationbricks.com. (You
must type in www.) This site is really nice as you can actually
see how your information will appear on the brick itself.
Please consider purchasing a brick for our prayer garden.
Areas of Need: 5th, 8th, and 10th grades
Please see Jamie Whalen, Director of Faith Formation, or
Andrea Sabor, Coordinator for First Sacraments, after Mass
this weekend for more information on how you can respond to
Jesus’ call to share our faith. Training, texts and lesson plans,
and grateful support provided! Or contact Jamie
([email protected], 499-6012) for more information.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
$CRIP PROGRAM
Thank you for your interest in the Nativity Parish
$crip Program. This program is an easy, “no cost”
way for the parish to raise funds for the needs of the
parish. You simply purchase store cards to places that you
would normally shop at and the parish makes anywhere from
3% to 10% plus return from these stores. The money we make
from these cards is given instantly to the parish every time you
purchase a card. We keep many cards in stock, so stop in the
Narthex before and after masses and support our $crip
Program. $crip can also be purchased at the Parish Office
during the week from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM.
Preparation for the Sacrament of Reconciliation will begin with
a meeting for parents only. Choose to attend Monday,
September 9 or Tuesday, September 10 from 6:30-7:30 PM in
Bona Hall. Preparation begins in grade 2, but all children are
welcome into the program if not already prepared. Children
must be enrolled in the Faith Formation program in addition to
the sacrament preparation program. Please call or email us if
you did not receive a letter or if you wish to sign up for the
meeting or if you have questions about the process. Contact
Andrea Sabor at 499-6012 or [email protected]
The week of August 12th-18th
$crip sold $7,505.00 - Profit - $361.22—Thank you!
ONE A WEEK BLOOD DONOR CLUB
Want to learn more about the Catholic faith? Get more
involved in service activities? Hang out with other teens?
Come check out Nativity Youth Group! Not sure if you want to
come? Stop in August 28th and give it a try. We will have open
youth room where you can ask mentors questions, meet teens
who have been coming, or just hang out. Our first topic night
will start September 4th with a night about prayer: Kick
Starting a Conversation with God. All high school teens are
welcome! Doors 3 and 4 will open at 6:00 PM and we will end
at 9:00 PM. Feel free to come whenever. For more information,
call Craig Majewski, Coordinator of Youth Ministry, at
499-6012 or email [email protected]
It is with great joy that we recognize those who
with the gift of time and spirit offer the precious
gift of life to others in this world. We had 25
donations in June and July. We thank these
individuals for their gift: Jerry Erdmann, Vicki
Matuszak, Jerry Prellwitz, Ellsworth Koehnke,
Dick Sustman, Mike Colburn, Peter Anglehart, Roseann Bosacki,
Darla Schmitz, Gene Hieptas, Jodie Schenk, Linda Whiting,
Lawrence Sikowski, Elaine Writt, Vanessa Writt, Jim Follett,
Glenn Teske, Terry Ertl and Ted Houle. Please consider giving the
gift of life.
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“The London Blitz - A Child’s Eye View”
Presenter:
Peggy Towers
Retired Resident of Brookview Meadows
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Our morning will begin with 9:00 AM Mass in Church,
followed by a Continental Breakfast and Presentation in the Social Hall.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Please RSVP to the Parish Office by September 9, 2013
(We need an accurate count to order food)
Nativity of Our Lord Parish,
2270 S. Oneida St., Green Bay, WI 54304
or call the Parish Office at 499-5156.
or
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
2771 Oakwood Dr., Green Bay, WI 54304
or call the Parish Office at 499-1546
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50TH ANNIVERSARY COOKBOOK
Join a group on Wednesday, September 18th, for
Fireside’s professional comedy “Once Upon a
Mattress”. Many moons ago in a far off place, lived a
handsome prince with a gloomy face… for he could
not find a bride. The Princess and the Pea is one of the
best known fairy tales of all. You may think you know this time
honored tale but let us tell you the real story in one of Broadway’s
happiest shows and one of the most popular productions in our
history. This show turns that well known fairy tale on its ear with
the story of Princess Winifred of the swamps and Prince Dauntless
the Drab and their up and down, inside-out love story. Naturally
the course of true love never runs smoothly when you have a
domineering mother, a conniving wizard, a mute king, and a court
full of knights and ladies desperate to get married. Delightful
music, beautiful period costumes, and knee-slapping, rib-tickling
comedy will fill the theatre with happiness and joy. Get on the bus
and enjoy a fabulous dinner and show at the Fireside in Fort
Atkinson for $85.00. Call Vicki at Nativity Parish at 499-5156 for
more details or to sign up.
Have you sent in your favorite family recipe?
As part of the celebration for the 50th
Anniversary of Nativity of Our Lord Parish,
we are very excited to be putting together a
cookbook for the parish. We need your help
to reach our goal of at least one recipe from
each parishioner and staff member. The
cookbook will be hardcover and professionally published. It
will show the name of each contributor next to their recipe. Be
sure to give your recipe a title. If you are submitting a recipe
“In Memory of _______” please indicate that. All recipes must
be turned in by September 30th, in order to meet our publishing
deadlines. Turn them in to the Parish Office or email them to
Cindy Randall at [email protected] This personalized
collection will be a treasured keepsake for the next 50 years!
The cookbooks will be available in April, 2014.
NATIVITY WOMEN'S GUILD GRANNY'S ATTIC
Please donate any clean, reusable items left from your rummage
sale as well as treasures you no longer need to Granny's Attic for
this year's Bazaar. We can use toys, games, jewelry, knick-knacks,
kitchen, and household items. No clothing or electronics please!
Mark your donations "Granny's Attic" and bring to Bona Hall.
IMMIGRATION REFORM LEGISLATION
The U.S. House of Representatives will be
considering comprehensive immigration reform
legislation in the next few weeks. Bishop David
Ricken of the Diocese of Green Bay has named Sunday,
September 8th as Immigration Sunday and is inviting everyone
to pray for a bill that will protect the lives and dignity of U.S.
citizens as well as migrants. We especially pray for the
protection and unification of all families. Now is the time to
contact your representatives and urge them to support a just
and humane immigration reform bill. Please ask your
representative to support legislation which would:
 Provide a path to citizenship for undocumented persons
living in the U.S.;
 Preserve and strengthen family unity;
 Provide legal avenues for low-skilled immigrants to come
and work in the U.S.;
 Restore due process for immigrants, and
 Promote efforts that address the root causes of migration,
such as poverty and persecution.
To send an electronic postcard to your representative, visit
http://www.justiceforimmigrants.org/Summer2013
ResourcesAugustRecessParishandAdvocacyMaterials.shtml.
WOMEN'S GUILD BAZAAR CRAFT BOOTH
We are looking for crafty items for the Women’s Guild craft
booth for the Fall Bazaar. If you like crocheting, knitting,
making wood items, etc., start early and get your projects done.
We welcome all donations. Questions, call Marge at 494-0244.
FREE CLOTHING EXCHANGE
St. Mark Lutheran Church
First Annual, Incredibly Awesome Clothing Exchange at
St. Mark Lutheran Church, 2066 Lawrence Drive in De Pere
is holding its First Annual Clothing Exchange for everyone.
Everything is free. We need your donations to make it a
success. If you can make a donation of clean, gently used
clothing in good condition, simply bring your items to St. Mark
Church on one of the following drop off dates: Wednesday,
August 28th, 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Thursday, August 29th, 7:00
AM - 7:00 PM, and Friday, August 30th, 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
Follow the signs to the east side entrance of the Hillside Room.
Come take what you can use to meet the needs of your family on
Saturday, August 31st, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM It's all free. Contact
Susan Heinrich at 920-227-8855, or email
[email protected] with any questions.
WHAT IT’S WORTH - ANTIQUE APPRAISAL
Wednesday, September 11, 4:00-7:00 PM
Annunciation Church Basement, 401 Gray Street, Green Bay
Curious about what an item is worth? Here’s an opportunity to
get your answers! You do NOT need an item to attend this fun
and interesting event! Get some friends together and be
spectators. Food and wine will be available. Bring your fine art,
furniture, ceramics, glassware, vintage photographs,
advertising, folk art, assorted toys, clocks, and costume jewelry.
Appraiser, Mark F. Moran is a guest expert on the popular PBS
series, Antiques Roadshow. Pre-registration required. $15/item.
To register, contact Joann Vaile at 497-2158 or Vicki Piron at
499-1773. Proceeds to benefit Annunciation Parish.
HOW DO YOU MEET A FRANCISCAN SISTER?
Join Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity and other discerning
women, ages 18-30, at our Manitowoc Motherhouse on
September 20-22, 2013 for the Vocation Discernment Retreat
Living the Gospel: Praise Be My Lord for Sister Water.
Contemplate the mystery of Baptismal call and participate in the
International Coastal Cleanup on Lake Michigan. For more
information www.fscc-calledtobe.org or call/text Sister Julie
Ann Sheahan at 920.323.9632.
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Reporting Sexual Abuse
If you know of an incident of sexual abuse
of a person who is now under the age of 18
by a priest, deacon, employee or volunteer,
PLEASE IMMEDIATELY CALL THE CIVIL
AUTHORITIES AND THEN THE DIOCESE.
If the person was abused as a minor
but is now an adult,
please contact:
Jayne Stefanic,
Diocesan Assistance Coordinator,
Diocese of Green Bay
920-272-8174 or 1-877-270-8174 (toll free)
We also encourage you to report the incident
to local civil authorities.
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THERE IS HOPE!
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BAPTISMS:
Parents may schedule their child’s baptism after they have
completed a two-part preparation program. Call the Parish
Office at least 60 days before Baptism for interview and
preparation session.
2013 BAPTISM DATES:
September 8, October 13, November 17, December 15
SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING OF THE SICK:
(Following 8:30 AM Mass—See dates listed below)
This Sacrament is offered to anyone in need of Christ’s
healing touch. The Anointing of the Sick is a sacrament for
those who are in need of physical, emotional, or spiritual
healing. Think of friends and loved ones who may want to
receive this sacrament and invite them to this Mass.
2013 ANOINTING OF THE SICK DATES:
September 29 & December 29
RCIA—Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
CRISIS CENTER
436-8888
PREGNANCY HOTLINE
433-9955
Do you want to know more about the Catholic faith? Are you or
someone you know interested in becoming baptized or
confirmed as a Catholic? For more information about this
process call Wayne Efferson (490-1352, ext. 206) or email
[email protected]
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
Nativity of Our Lord Church #645850
2270 South Oneida Street
Green Bay, WI 54304
TELEPHONE
920 499-5156
CONTACT PERSON
Rae Wetzel
EMAIL: [email protected]
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