Looking Back, 11-22-18



Kelly Szczepanski enjoyed a ride to the Pulaski Community Middle School Nov. 3 in a Schneider truck. Szczepanski had participated in Schneider National’s Track your Trucking program, and she logged more than 570 miles through her participation in summer activities. Marty, a Schneider National truck driver, picked Szczepanski up from her house and gave her a memorable ride to school. 


Meredith Walbrun and her sister-in-law began a one-year process of training Bailey, a golden retriever puppy, to be a Leader Dog in a program that trains dogs to help blind people with everyday activities. 


Nov. 9, the Pulaski News staff toured the Green Bay Press-Gazette offices. Kris Kyles, a Press-Gazette public relations officer, led the tour and explained the processes involved in producing a large-scale newspaper. 


Lannoye School Girl Scouts came together for a candlelight investiture and rededication ceremony Oct. 30. Troops 475 and 290 invested 11 Brownies, and Junior Troop 476 rededicated 6 Girl Scouts. 


Mr. Wayne Connors, Pulaski High School auto mechanics instructor, started a gymnastics team at the school. Twenty four boys and girls attended the first practice, where the participants began learning basic maneuvers and stunts. 


Ray Sullivan appeared at Pulaski High School and gave a presentation on American Firearms. The School Assembly Service of Chicago, Illinois recommended Sullivan to the PHS student council. Sullivan spoke to the students about everything from the “horse” pistol of the past to the firearms of the present day. 

Mr. Doetkott’s seventh hour junior English class enjoyed playing “Trip the teacher,” a game in which a student won a $0.25 reward every time he or she caught Mr. Doetkott in a grammar or spelling error. By November, Sara McDermid, William Kanzenbach and Robert Dombrowski had collected rewards.