Eileen "Trixie" Sobieck takes a break from her garden as witnessed by the dirt rings on her neck, to announce her hiring at Syble Hopp School.
ednesday August 3rd Eileen "Trixie" Sobieck announced her good fortune about a job she has sought after since last winter. Sobieck 50 bubbled over with excitement and, enthusiasm while making a statement about her new job at Syble Hopp School in West De Pere.
Trixie inquired about a job as a teachers aide in the school last winter and hoped she could be hired to work with the less gifted children. Sobieck had filled in for aide's in the past that took days off or were sick. Sobieck applied for the job several weeks ago and was selected for an interview two weeks ago. When asked Sobieck thought the interview went fine but she had not heard from the school until this past week when she was told to come in for a meeting. While at the meeting the school administrator began telling Sobieck about benefits and vacation. Sobieck taken back by the explanation of benefits asked if she had been selected for the job, to which the administrator surprised by the question said "Why yes, was there ever any question?".
Sobieck thought she had interviewed well for the job, but with the 34 other applicants she wasn't quite sure if she could get hired. When she was in the meeting with the administrator she asked what tipped the scales in her favor. The administrator took a deep breath and said that indeed it is hard to choose a person for a job based on applications and interviews, so she let Sobieck in a her favorite way to tell if someone is the right person for the job. The administrator told Sobieck that she does an Internet search on someone before she hires them. When she conducted the search on her, she was bombarded by positive articles from the Kat and Mick Report. The administrator went on to say that the KAMR was thought of as a reliable and indisputable source at the school and after reading the glowing articles about Sobieck she knew she had the right person for the job.
When Sobieck was asked if she had any plans or an agenda for her new position she said that she had been thinking about that. Sobieck: "I have many things to offer and I think that I should teach these kids how to make craft items." It was common knowledge that while Sobieck worked at the assisted living home in De Pere she had driven the old people to work into the wee hours of the morning working on craft items for her sales. It is not known if Sobieck will have the same business plan for the children, if the school will allow it, or if will share in the profits.
August 7, 2011
GOLF REGISTRATION CLOSED - TEAMS SET
With less than a week to go the teams have been finalized for the Poquette Family Golf outing at the Royal Scot Golf Club in New Franken. The event held next Saturday August 14th, is organized by Stephonia Prevost who lives in the Prevost Mansion on the course with husband Rick and their single offspring Bailey. The outing is the second of it's kind
for the family in as many years. Prevost hosts a dinner which is optional after the golf event but is attended by most. New this year, arm bands are required to partake in the food.
Prevost ordered registrations closed on Saturday at midnight so as to get a solid count for the event. When the closing
took place there were 23 golfers and another 11 people coming for just the dinner.
Teams will be playing "best ball" so that a common benchmark can be used for comparing teams scores.