As part of a comprehensive plan to fight drug abuse in Brown County, the Village of Allouez is collecting unwanted residential household medications. The purpose of the collections is to prevent theft, avoid poisoning of children and pets, and to stop pollution of our local waterways. Wisconsin Public Service has joined this effort by agreeing to properly destroy these medications.
Together, we can make a difference in the fight against drug abuse.
Brown County residents can now bring their expired & unwanted medications to Allouez Village Hall, located at 1900 Libal Street during business hours. Use the bright GREEN box in the lobby.
What IS collected:
1. Prescription medicines, pills and patches (In sealed bags/removed from bottles and boxes)
2. Prescription ointments and liquids (sealed original containers/ no leaks)
3. Over the counter medications, vitamins & pet medications (no containers)
What is NOT collected:
No Needles / Sharps / Thermometers
No Inhalers / Aerosols / Pressurized Containers
No leaking liquids / Hydrogen Peroxide
No personal hygiene products or chemicals
No Business, Clinic, or Nursing Home Items
No Bagged Liquids of any kind
No Rubbing Alcohol or Flammables
No Biological or Hazardous Waste
Unauthorized drops left on premise without permission will be prosecuted.
How to package items:
Pills and capsules must be dumped out of their containers into a clear plastic zipper-close bag. (Sandwich size up to one gallon size bag) Prescription, over-the-counter and health supplement pills and capsules can be bagged in the same bag.
Liquids must be in their original container (bottle or tube). If the container is leaking or contaminated with the medication, place the container by itself inside of a clear plastic zipper-close bag. It is recommended to either remove or black out the label with permanent marker.
For further information regarding the Village of Allouez, please use the links below:
This month, Barb Halford, of Proko-Wall Funeral Home & Crematory, is celebrating 1 year in her new role helping families:
In April 2017, I transitioned from the Office Manager at Proko-Wall to the funeral home pre-planner. Today, I find myself even more invigorated with the opportunity to help ease the stress of funeral planning by taking care of it ahead of time.
While pre-planning a funeral may not be what everyone wants to do, it is important to do. Pre-planning takes a very difficult time for your family, and makes it easier.
When you pre-plan, you have left a gift for your family, taking the guesswork out of the many decisions they will have to make to organize your celebration of life.
By pre-planning and prepaying, you have given peace of mind to your family by providing the means to pay for yourfinal expenses.
Our Proko-Wall Lunch & Learn Sessions have been extremely well attended. These sessions are a great way to meet others, learn the benefits of pre-planning and have some of your
questions answered in a stress-free environment.
I urge you to sign up quickly, as seating is limited. For more personal questions and greater privacy, individual appointments are available with myself or the funeral directors.
Preplanning is important work. It is my honor to serve our families in this role, and I have great satisfaction knowing I make a difference in peoples’ lives every day.
The Directors, and Support Staff Members at Proko Wall Funeral Home & Crematory are here for you; in your time of need, or whenever you have concerns or questions.
For assistance in time of need, with prearrangement, or for further information, please call 920.468.4111 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week), stop in at 1630 E. Mason Street in Green Bay, or visit Proko-Wall on the web.
The Green Bay Packers are looking for gameday employees to assist with Packers home games and events, and provide legendary customer service to all guests at Lambeau Field.
Gameday employees are sought for the guest services and security departments to assist at Packers home games and events. Applicants must be at least 16 years old for guest services positions and security positions.
Those interested in a position can learn more at the walk-in job fair on the fifth floor Terrace Suites in the South End of Lambeau Field. On-site interviews will be conducted at the job fair.
The job fair will be held:
• Wednesday, May 2, from 2 to 5 p.m.
• Thursday, May 3, from 3 to 6 p.m.
Qualifications for the positions include strong verbal communication and conversation skills, trouble-shooting skills, ability to stay focused on job responsibilities and ability to stand throughout the entire shift. Individuals must be available for all home games, Family Night, any potential playoff games and other Lambeau Field events as needed.
The job fair will be held on the fifth floor Terrace Suites in the South End of Lambeau Field. Please enter through the Shopko Gate and take the elevators up to the fifth floor.
For More Information, and online application, Please Click Here
The 2nd annual Automobile Gallery Car Show will take place Sunday, June 16th, 2018 on the 400 Block of South Washington Street in Green Bay.
The first 200 participants will receive dash plaque commemorating the 2nd annual car show, however, there will be no judging. The car show will take place rain or shine.
All Vehicles Welcome
Donations for Pre-Registration: $10.00
Day of Show Registration: $15.00
Registration includes 2 lunch tickets sponsored by American Foods Group
Show is limited to 350 Cars
For more information, and to register online, Please Click Here!
The Automobile Gallery, located at 400 South Adams Street in Green Bay, is open daily from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm to the general public unless a special event is scheduled. It's always a good idea to call before visiting to check on the schedule.
You can visit The Automobile Gallery on the Web, give them a call at 920.437.9024, or just stop in downtown and say hello!
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This week, Craig Siminski, of the Equity Design Group, helps us understand the new metal tariffs:
On March 8, 2018, President Trump imposed a global tariff of 25% on steel imports and 10% on aluminum imports. A tariff is a tax on a particular class of imported goods or services that is designed to help protect domestic industries from foreign competition.
The metals tariffs have not been well received by U.S. allies or U.S.-based companies that operate internationally. Many economists outside the administration think there could be unintended economic consequences, primarily because steel and aluminum are used in many other products that are made in the United States.
For several decades, much of the world — including the United States — has supported the expansion of free trade and globalization, a position that the president has openly rejected.
The metals tariffs are an important component of the president's trademark "America First" policy, which could continue to take...
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Craig is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, with more than 20 years of experience. His goal is to provide families, business owners, and their employees with assistance in building their financial freedom.
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Lee Nutrition is excited to announce that Mark Lowman, NeoLife Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) member, International Director of Product Quality, and product formulator, will be presenting a Seminar on Cellular Nutrition this coming Saturday, April 21st.
"Mark will break down the complicated subject of cellular nutrition in a fun and exciting way! At this seminar you’ll discover simple things you can do, based upon the latest science in cellular nutrition, that will leave you feeling alive and energetic, while slowing down the aging process from the inside out!"
This exciting and fun seminar will be held on Saturday, April 21st, at the Quality Inn & Suites of Green Bay, 321 South Washington Street, from 10:00am to 11:30am; Free Admission. RSVP Requested - Send email to email@example.com
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Did you know that women typically face more challenges in retirement than do men?
What do these unique challenges entail, and how can you ensure that you adequately prepare for them?
In this week's episode of Real Wealth® Weekly, Heather Lindsley, of Woodmen Financial Resources, brings us Retirement Specialist Tom Hegna (as seen on PBS), who addresses the problems most women face, and offers his insight on what you can do about them.
For more information, contact:
Heather Lindsley LUTCF
Woodmen Financial Resources
1234 S. Ridge Road, Green Bay, WI 54304
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