WESTON — A second group of people has completed the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce’s Immersion Project. These graduates were recognized at a ceremony at Weston Lanes in Weston on May 15.
The program’s 2018-2019 session included the following participants:
- Jonette Arms, The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Marathon County
- Stephen Butina, Greenheck
- Cory Carstensen, Greenheck
- Andrew Dudley Shannon, Dudley Foundation Inc.
- Ashley Dupuis-Bohman, Intercity State Bank
- Courtney Kramer, Great Lakes Cheese
- Amanda Molin, Wipfli
- Kevin Porter, Intercity State Bank
- DJ Shaner, Gordon Aluminum Industries Inc.
- Jordyn Wadle, County Materials Corp.
- Tori Wood, Greenheck
Ann Werth, former community development director with the city of Wausau, led the chamber’s Immersion Project during the 2018-2019 session.
The Immersion Project is designed to provide meaningful experiences that will immerse and connect participants to the region. These experiences are designed to cement the participants’ roots in central Wisconsin through a deeper understanding and awareness of important topics and issues relevant to the area.
The chamber will offer another Immersion Project session beginning in the fall. For more information or to register for this program, visit WausauChamber.com or contact Renae Krings at email@example.com or 715-848-5942.
Photo courtesy Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are participants of the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce’s Immersion Project in May.