This year, 45 new families joined St. John the Baptist School, and over the previous six years, enrollment has grown by more than 100 students. This year, the school serves 345 students in 3-year-old preschool through eighth grade and is partnering with over 200 families. This growth embodies their commitment to providing a different educational Enrollment growth at St. John the Baptist School in Howard

Suamico United Methodist Church, located at 3266 Lakeview Drive in Suamico, welcomes a new interim pastor, Reverend Graham N. West. Rev. West was born in Cape Town, South Africa and ordained by the Methodist Church in South Africa. Here within the Wisconsin Conference, he has served at Wautoma, Stevens Point, Eau Claire, and last at Suamico United Methodist Church welcomes interim pastor

Students of all ages and ranks collected pledges to break boards and bricks. Silent auctions, baked goods and 50/50 raffle also helped to raise funds. Donations are used by Old Glory Honor Flight to send veterans to see their monuments in Washington, DC. Penny Duggan the school’s Master Instructor said, “It’s never too late to Kim’s Tae Kwon Do Center, Inc. raises over $14,000 for Old Glory Honor Flight

The healthcare team at First Impression Dental is currently running a holiday food drive to support the Salvation Army. Nonperishable donations dropped off at First Impression Dental in Howard will be distributed through the Salvation Army food pantry and its holiday food basket program. Donations will be accepted until December 16, 2021. The Salvation Army Dr. Tim Meyer runs annual holiday food drive to benefit area food pantry

North Shore Bank has announced it has been named as Newsweek’s Best Small Bank in Wisconsin 2022. The community bank has been providing financial services to local residents for nearly 100 years. Newsweek’s award winners are selected from among 2,508 financial institutions and assessed on more than 30 separate factors, covering the overall health of North Shore Bank named the best small bank in Wisconsin by Newsweek

The 18th Annual Jerry Parins “Cruise for Cancer” event, which was held at at Vandervest Harley-Davidson of Green Bay, was a huge success acccording to event organizer Lynn Vandervest of Vandervest Harley-Davidson. “The generous hearts of people on that day was something everyone should witness,” said Vandervest. Vandervest said the event drew over 480 riders Cruise for Cancer draws over 480 participants