Saturday Aug 11, 2012 - Tee time 1PM at Highland Ridge Golf Course
Golfing and cart $24.00 per person. Game is Best Ball
Pot luck dinner following golf at a yet unknown location.
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DAVE KRUEGER INJURED
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ast week while on the job Dave Krueger sustained injury to his left hand.
Krueger works at Brown County Graphics and Printing and while operating a piece of printing equipment his hand slipped into a place it shouldn't have been and got caught in between two feed rollers. Krueger 61, maintained a cool head and immediately shut off the machine and did not fight against the rollers by trying to pull his hand out. This, the doctor said is what limited his injuries from becoming more serious. When a person is being pulled in to a machine, the motion of trying to pull your hand out causes what's known as "degloving" or to put it more simply the skinning of one's hand. This did not occur to Krueger as he had the presence of mind to keep his other hand on the switch and he immediately stopped the machine.
A team of Maintenance workers immediately sprang into action coming to the aid of their trapped colleague in an attempt to free him. While the maintenance crew worked tirelessly to extricate him, Krueger boasted that they should take their time and that he was not in any pain. Workers ignored his suggestions knowing that he was in shock and could be speaking out of his head even more than he normally does. One worker was so disturbed by the accident that he forgot how to operate a pliers and kept dropping the tool.
Krueger sustained minimal injuries with respect to the type of accident he had and only had to have 99 stitches. Although he could not be reached for comment, his wife Darla Krueger owner of the wildly popular hair and beauty emporium known as "Shear Dementia" became his spokeswoman and publicist and released a statement. She said that Krueger was resting comfortably at their modest far west side Green Bay home and would be returning to work soon. Publicist Krueger also went on to say that her husband is working on a book deal and hopes to help others working in the printing industry from becoming seriously injured in similar accidents. She also mentioned that selected hair care products were on sale at her Shear Dementia West Mason St. location as well.
That's not dirt or ink on his hands but stitches, after a horrible printing accident
TICKET RESERVATIONS TO CLOSE
Thursday July 26 will be the last day to reserve your seat at the KAMR-Axis of Evil Timber Rattler outing scheduled for August 18 at the Fox Cities Stadium. The game which will be played on Time Warner Cable Field promises to be entertaining as the Rattlers are contenders for first place in the Midwest league with only two games out of first place.
The first 1, 000 fans through the gate will recieve a player poster, and there will be fire works after the game.
CORNELIUS BABY TO NEED SURGERY
Shannon and Eugene "Blackie" Cornelius have received troubling news about their unborn child this past week. According to Blackie's mother Sue Wenzel, the child will need to have a procedure involving surgery as soon as it is born and will require another procedure again when it reaches 10 lbs in weight. The procedure is needed because of some type of heart defect and is serious. More procedures will be needed to be scheduled as the baby grows up until adulthood.
Needless to say Wenzel asks that people keep them in mind with thoughts and prayers. The baby will be their second child.
GOLF OUTING HAS NO REGISTRANTS
The normally heavily attended Poquette Family Golf outing has no one as of yet registered other than this writer and it's golf course connection Alex Pickett. Those planning the event have been flabbergasted as to why there are no participants. With the August 11 date fast approaching and no one signed up to play yet, and no firm commitment on a location for the after party, Pickett is wondering if he should inform the course that the event will be canceled.