Falls Kiwanis reveal Honoring an Officer project


MEMBERS OF THE SHEBOYGAN FALLS KIWANIS pose with “Flat Aaron,” which will be raffled off at the annual Kiwanis Packer Pig Roast on Sunday, Oct. 4. “Flat Aaron” will make its first public appearance at the Kiwanis Honoring an Officer Brat Fry and Bake Sale Saturday, Aug. 22 at Blattner’s Piggly Wiggly in Sheboygan Falls from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Money raised at the event will go to fund the Kiwanis Honoring an Officer project in which a member of the Sheboygan Falls Police Department will be presented with the annual Officer of Year Award on Oct. 6. Pictured left to right are Kiwanis members Tammy Meyer, Randy Meyer, Carl Paul and Shirl Breunig. - Submitted photo MEMBERS OF THE SHEBOYGAN FALLS KIWANIS pose with “Flat Aaron,” which will be raffled off at the annual Kiwanis Packer Pig Roast on Sunday, Oct. 4. “Flat Aaron” will make its first public appearance at the Kiwanis Honoring an Officer Brat Fry and Bake Sale Saturday, Aug. 22 at Blattner’s Piggly Wiggly in Sheboygan Falls from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Money raised at the event will go to fund the Kiwanis Honoring an Officer project in which a member of the Sheboygan Falls Police Department will be presented with the annual Officer of Year Award on Oct. 6. Pictured left to right are Kiwanis members Tammy Meyer, Randy Meyer, Carl Paul and Shirl Breunig. - Submitted photo The Sheboygan Falls Kiwanis will hold a brat fry and bake sale at Blattner’s Piggly Wiggly in Sheboygan Falls Saturday, Aug. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Proceeds from the brat fry will go to fund the new Kiwanis Honoring an Officer project.

According to Kiwanis Honoring an Officer Chairperson Tammy Meyer, the Sheboygan Falls Kiwanis is aiming to show support and appreciation for the officers of the Sheboygan Falls Police Department with the new project.

“They do a great job keeping us safe, helping maintain that friendly small-town neighborhood eel of Sheboygan Falls,” Meyer said.

The Kiwanis, with the help of the SFPD command staff, will select an Officer of the Year.

“We will present the officer with a plaque during the October 6th CIty Council meeting, which coincides with the October National Night Out,” Meyer said. “A perpetual plaque will be displayed in the police department.

“Profits from the brat fry will pay for the plaques and additional proceeds will be donated to the Sheboygan Falls Police Department to help purchase special equipment,” she said.

Meyer says the brat fry at Piggly Wiggly and the Honoring an Officer project are planned to be annual events.

“The idea for the projects came from our newly established satellite meeting, which meets on the second Monday evening of the month at 6:30 p.m.,” Meyer said. “This is in addition to our noon meetings every Tuesday. The sat- ellite meeting is allowing us to attract new members who are not available for noon meetings.

“We encourage everyone to stop by, do a little shopping, eat some brats and hamburgers, enjoy homemade baked goods and get your picture taken with “Flat Aaron,” she said.

Yes that’s right, “Flat Aaron” will be at the brat fry.

This will be Flat Aaron’s first public appearance to help promote the annual Kiwanis Packer Pig Roast on Sunday, Oct. 4.

“You can have your picture taken with Flat Aaron and purchase a chance to win Flat Aaron in the raffle drawing at our Packer Pig Roast tailgate on Oct. 4,” Meyer said.


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