Conference organizers: Jan Haupt, Kris O'Leary & Chris Wood
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ISWNE members gather at the 2013 conference banquet on the St. Norbert College campus. 1st row (L-R): Kelly Clemmer, Kris O'Leary, Cheryl Wormley, Steve Bonspiel, Jeremy Waltner; 2nd row: Lindsey Young, Laura Cortright, Kevin Flink, Jim Wormley, Tom Brooker; 3rd row: Joey Young, Laurie Fischer, Collen Palludan, Cheyenne Makinia, TeAire Baier, Roger Harnack; 4th row: Rebecca Rudolph, Tammy Brzeczkowski, Steve Ranson, Laura Johnson, Susan Dzubay; 5th row: Brian Wilson, Tim Waltner, Mary Waltner, Barry Wilson, Andrew Johnson, Steve Dzubay; 6th row: Vickie Canfield Peters, Deborah Givens, Roger Givens, Gary Sosniecki, Helen Sosniecki, Jill Wilson, Marcia Martinek, Richard McCord; 7th row: Carol O'Leary, Harry Hix, Carol Hix, Jan Haupt, Peter Weinschenk, Jane Steinmetz, Lorraine Yeates; 8th row: David Gordon, David Giffey, John Hatcher, Sue Gordon, Chad Stebbins, Guy Wood, Mary Jo Lee, Marcia Wood; 9th row: Jim Graue, Andy Schotz, Ross Connelly, Judy Wood, Chris Wood, Carolyn Wills, Dick Lee; 10th row: Clyde Wills, Bob Yeates, Dave Bennett, Beth Bennett, Bill Schanen, Jean Schanen, Bill Haupt, Kim Wilson, Bob Whetstone. Missing from photo: Andrew Broman, Diane Everson, Bonnie Fechtner, Sandra George and Laurel Stebbins.
ISNWE conference attendees take the Lambeau Field stadium tour. Left-right: Conrad Flink, Carol Hix, Harry His, Richard McCord, Bob Yeates, Lorraine Yeates, Carol O'Leary, Warren Flink, Hazel Flink (on shoulders), Kevin Flink, Colleen Palludan, Steve Ranson, Kelly Clemmer, Susan Dzubay, Steve Dzubay, Elise Woik, Cheryl Womley, Clyde Wills, Marcia Martinek, Steve Bonspiel, Deborah Givens, Jim Wormley, Jan Haupt, Sandra George, Roger Givens, Lucinda Flink, John Flink, Andrew Johnson, Beth Bennett, Barry Wilson, Kris O'Leary and Jill Wilson.
Left to right: ISWNE member Steve Bonspiel, editor of The Eastern Door, serving the Mohawks of Kahnawake, Quebec; Yvonne Kaquatosh, Oneida Nation newspaper Kalihwisaks; and Paul DeMain, managing editor and CEO of News From Indian Country, present a panel titled "Government to Government: Sovereignty Through the Eyes of the Forgotten Sovereigns."
ALTHOUGH IT WAS DIFFICULT to find parallels between the core business of Schneider National and a community newspaper office, the firm's walls offered some creative ideas for displays at some of our businesses.