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From 2014-15 WMCA President Karen Weinschrott WCMC

2014 Conference Highlights
Diane Hermann-Brown Takes Home Top Honors
The 2014 WMCA Conference is now history, but we are sure it will not soon be forgotten by Diane Hermann-Brown, WCPC/MMC/CPM, Clerk for the City of Sun Prairie. President Barb Van Clake first honored Diane with the President’s Award of Excellence, honoring her for being Barb’s mentor over the years, as well as for her great service to the WMCA as Chair of the Elections Communications Committee, testifying on our behalf regarding election processes and proposed laws at the State and Federal level, and for her involvement with the GAB.
But Diane’s night was not over. Hermann-Brown was called back up to the podium five minutes later when she received WMCA’s highest honor – the Lifetime Achievement Award! More than 20 years of local government service, years of committee work, and holding seats on the WMCA Board of Directors from District 4 Director to President in 2010-2011. And in the midst of all this work, she still finds time for family, including five grandchildren, and her volunteer work with OccuPaws. Diane Hermann-Brown is truly a worthy recipient of both awards and the attendees at the banquet honored her with two standing ovations to show their support. Congratulations Diane, from all WMCA members.  read more>

Picture: 2014-2015 WMCA President Karen Weinschrott WCMC

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