Wartburg honors retirees at event
WAVERLY — Wartburg College honored 14 retirees during its annual Milestones recognition event May 25.
The employees are (years of service in parentheses): Jim Anderson, groundskeeper (1981-2018); the Rev. Bonita Bock, director of Wartburg West and lecturer in religion (1991-2018); the Rev. Ramona Bouzard, dean of the chapel and Herbert and Cora Moehlmann Chaplaincy Chair (1994-2018); Josef Breutzmann, professor of computer science and mathematics (1981-2018); Julie Breutzmann, applications systems analyst (1990-2018); Cliff Brockman, associate professor of journalism and communication (2006-2018); Margaret Empie, assistant vice president for dining and retail services (2005-2018); Anna Epley, Zesty Orange supervisor (2001-2017); the Rev. Kit Kleinhans, professor of religion and Mike and Marge McCoy Family Distinguished Chair in Lutheran Heritage and Mission (1993-2018); SuzAnn Kramer, office coordinator, Development (1990-2018); Susan Lenius, office coordinator, Counseling Services and Campus Security & Safety (1976-2018); Sue Miller, cleaning staff (1995-2017); John Myers, director, Campus Security & Safety (1997-2018); Kathy Traetow, office coordinator, Study Abroad Programs (1997-2018)
Ag conservation tour planned
LA PORTE CITY – Silos & Smokestacks is partnering with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Black Hawk Soil and Water Conservation District and Benton SWCD to organize a tour of conservation activities in southern Black Hawk and northern Benton Counties from 2:30 to 8 p.m. Friday.
The tour will leave from the north parking lot of Union High School (200 Adams St., La Porte City) at 3 p.m. and will return at 8 p.m. The cost for this event is $10 and includes a tour of six agricultural locations, transportation and a light supper. Register by calling 234-4567.