August 21, 2010 1 PM 9 Holes at The Royal Scot and Dinner
Click here to register for the Poquette Family golf outing. Est. cost $16.50 walking $24.50 riding.
The two Hobart natives realize that they have forged a union of steel, their love cannot be broken and have reunited with a new commitment to each other.
s usually goes with these things we expected to see Bobbi and Rick Poquette in the Brown County court house going before a judge to have their marriage legally disassembled. The judge and all involved parties deciding the details of the divorce, the children's lives and who pays and how much. Not so with Bobbi and Rick!
Readers of this web site and friends on facebook have known for some time that the couples marriage had hit rough ground and was headed for breakup, but Rick and Bobbi have met and worked out their differences and agreed to live together as husband and wife till death do them part. The separated couple has become friendly the past couple of weeks and worked out amicable terms. So things seem to be back to normal in the Poquette household once again.
The couple had hinted at getting back together for several weeks but had not disclosed anything publicly. This past week Bobbi made the announcement on Facebook, an online friend network, that the couple was to reunite, divorce proceedings seem unneeded now.
Bobbi, 25 works as a store clerk and Rick, 33 as assistant manager of Richard Poquette Auto Repair on West Mason Street. The couple expect to continue to live in a semi respectable neighborhood apartment building in Green Bay with their two children.
CATS GONE TO GOOD HOMES
The mother feline and her five kittens were taken from the KAMR headquarters this past Monday. Some kittens were separated from the pack to go to homes in need of cats such as Peg VanLanen and Judy Treml. The mother and three remaining kittens were taken to a local Luxemburg farm to become farm cats.
Rick and Bobbi after the birth of their first child Ryker.
A katandmick photo
Nameless mother cat with 5 kittens
SOBIECK ORDERS BOSS TO LEAVE
Everyone knows enough to stay out of the way of Eileen "Trixie" Sobieck these days since the departure of long time friend and coworker Cassidy Behnke. Behnke was fired two weeks ago when Sobieck calmly ordered Behnke out of the building and had security escort her to the door citing staff cuts as the reason of her termination. Since then Sobieck has been ordering everyone about and demanding extra work from every employee. Sobieck even demanded more work from her boss
and at the time considered to be a friend Charlene Everett. Everett tried to explain that Sobieck was not the boss and that she was but it didn't seem to stop Sobieck who was foaming at the mouth demanding Everett work later and get more work out before the day ended. Sobieck laid out her plan for Everett telling
her that "her stack of papers in the out file better get a lot bigger before she leaves for the day." Everett shaken by Sobieck's strong will resigned and left the facility without leadership.
TICKET MONEY NEEDED
As a reminder to those attending the Timber Rattler outing on July 17th. I will need your ticket money before July 1 to hold the seats for game day. Please make arrangements to send a check or pay at the KAMR offices in cash. The amount you owe will be the number of seats you ordered times $12.