Looking Back, Sept. 13




● The new Prevea Clinic in Pulaski held it’s ribbon cutting and open house on September 11 where over 200 people attended. Members of the Pulaski high School Marching band performed the National Anthem before the ribbon was cut. 


● On August 11, the juniors and seniors of Pulaski High School wanted to enhance the experience of the incoming freshman, and make the transition more smooth for them. This idea created the Positive Pulaski Pride mentoring program. 


● Pulaski former head basketball coach Fred Kestly is inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Hall of Fame. 


● Harold Otto received four awards recognizing his efforts and dedicated service to the Village of Pulaski for the last ten years as chairperson of the ever popular growing Polka Days event. 


● 911 Emergency Number may save your life. If you haven’t seen these three numbers, 9-1-1, you are going to want to remember them. By dialing 9-1-1 you are automatically connected to the Emergency Center and the Brown County Sheriff's Department. 


● On Aug. 4, the Silver Tip Bowhunters of Pulaski held their Central Wisconsin Field Archery League Shoot. There are 14 clubs: (Shawano, King, Oconto Falls, Merrill, New London, Green Bay, Clintonville, Iola, Winnebago, Rhinelander, Wausau, Marion and Marinette) in this league which runs from May through August. There are many different classes for archers to shoot in at many different skill levels. For example, there is Barebow Sight, and Hunter for Men, Women, Jr. Boys, Jr. Girls, and Cadet Boys and Girls. 


● The State License Examiners will be in Pulaski every second and fourth Tuesday for the purpose of administering Drivers License examinations and conducting road tests. The next exam date will be September 23, and will be conducted in the pleasant surroundings of