State Sen. Dale Schultz (R-Richland Center) will be available to discuss any subject in Wonewoc and New Lisbon and at other stops Sept. 25.
In Wonewoc, from 9-9:30 a.m., area residents can join Schultz for a listening session at Bernie’s Wagon Wheel, a restaurant owned by Bernice Bronk, at 229 Center Street.
In Elroy, from 10-10:45 a.m., Schultz will tour Tailor Made Products, Inc., 101 Juneau Street, a company that designs, produces and packages kitchen-related products. Schultz will thank the staff of Tailor Made (tmadeproducts.com), plant manager Jamie Kuhn and president John Wilde, for helping to support the local and state economy.
In Mauston, from 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Schultz will be at the WRJC Radio studios on Fairway Lane to meet with owner Jim “Murph” Murphy, on-air personalities Greg and Tracy, and news director June Gill. Schultz will talk about how the state can be a better partner to local government in Juneau County to add jobs and improve the local economy.
In New Lisbon, from 1:15-1:45 p.m., area residents are invited to join Schultz for a community listening session in the New Lisbon Memorial Library, 115 W. Park Street. He will also take a quick tour of the remodel and expansion project underway with library director Deanna Rosier.
At the Town of Clearfield town hall, starting at 2:15 p.m., Schultz will talk with town board members.
In the Town of Finley, from 4:15-5:15 p.m., Schultz will visit Cranberry Creek Cranberries, Inc. to meet with owners Bill and Sandra Hatch and employee Nicole Hansen. Schultz will express his gratitude for the benefits their operations provide to the area and their contributions to the impressive growth of the cranberry industry that benefits Wisconsin’s economy. On Sept. 17, Schultz voted in the Senate to confirm Hansen as a member of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection Board.
In Reedsburg, from 6:15-7:15 p.m., Schultz will meet with Gatlin Fenwick, a leader for an initiative to develop a railroad trans-loading facility to serve the region. Improving the ability to ship product in and out by rail has the potential to enhance job growth for numerous companies.
Schultz welcomes contacts from any resident of the senate district he represents at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-978-8008.