He was a perfectionist who expected as much out of his players and his family as he expected from himself. He was a complicated man from simple origins, the son of an Italian butcher who grew up in Brooklyn. He was a good player, hardnosed and hard working, but at 5’8,” too small for big-time football, so he turned to coaching. His perfectionism became an obsession with winning.
Construction delays at FDLPL Express, the library's new branch, are forcing the postponement of grand opening festivities planned for October 22.
FDLPL Express will be located at the Shops at Johnson Crossing, on east Johnson Street. It will feature a "to-go" collection of materials, that emphasizes best sellers and new releases, with a sizable children's corner and materials chosen to help people in their daily lives, such as cookbooks and materials on home repair, family and parenting, crafting and more.
The Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin will offer Shoo the Flu (& Pneumonia Too)! shots at the Fond du Lac Public Library from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11.
The flu shot is $30; pneumonia shot is $65. Medicare Part B, Medicare Advantage and Medicaid accepted with card. Shot recipients must be 9 years old or older to receive a vaccination. A parent or guardian must accompany anyone under age18.
Questions about flu and pneumonia shots should be directed to the Aurora Visiting Nurse Association at (800) 862-2201.
A great resume can get you in the door, but landing the job depends on the interview. Job Smart U is offering free practice job interviews conducted by a veteran human resources specialist at the Fond du Lac Public Library. Sessions will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, October 17, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 18.
Did you know that there’s a secret treasure hunt going on right now all around you? It’s happening in your parks, in your downtown, in your shopping centers and maybe even in your yard. It’s called geocaching, and it’s a growing phenomenon across the country.
Every year the library encourages the whole community to participate in summer reading programs. Along with helping children hold onto critical reading skills through their break from school, the programs reinforce the importance of lifelong learning for all ages. The programs – for young kids, teens and adults – all encouraged reading with events and rewards.