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Networking News The Middleton office of Bunbury & Associ- ates Realtors recently welcomed Shelley Koechel (left) as a new sales associate. Koechel has 15 years experience in real estate. The Sun Prairie Sum- mit Credit Union has promoted Deanna Popke to branch manager. The location's former assistant branch manager, Popke brings over 15 years in finance management experience to the position. The Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison cel- ebrated its 95th anniversary on April 23 with a celebration in the Edgewater Hotel. The volunteer organization, which works to improve and enrich children's lives, has been welcoming female mem- bers since the 1970s, before many other clubs in the area did. Local women and businesses on the move The Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bu- reau has announced the promotion of Ann Shea to senior convention sales manager. Shea specializes in regional, national and international conventions and has worked at GMCVB since 2006. Rockweiler Insulation has named Renee Wilson (right) as its next president of op- erations. The daughter of company founder Gary Rockweiler, Wilson holds degrees in human resources and accounting and will be ushering the family business into its second generation. Storybook Ballet is celebrating 10 years at its location in Hilldale Shopping Center. The ballet studio, founded by Meredith Mast, teaches children ages 3 through 9, and hosts summer camps and birthday parties. Local Women Receive Honors For Boosting Health Care On May 5, the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation will present seven "Champion in Women's Health" awards to those work- ing tirelessly improve women's health care. Among the honorees are Madisonians Ellen Hartenbach, M.D. from UW-Madison's Depart- ment of Obstetrics & Gynecology; Pamela Propeck, M.D., FACR, associate professor at UW-Madison Medical Foundation; and Georgiana Wilton, Ph.D. of UW-Madison's Department of Family Medicine. The men and women of the law firm of von Briesen & Roper care passionately about their profession, their clients and their community. Committed to unparalleled service, recognized expertise and to excellence, our people are invested in the success of their communities. Every year we support programs that make a positive impact on the places we live, like the YMCA of Dane County. Because we believe it is important to give back, we want to take a moment to let you know about this event taking place in our community. YMCA GOLF CLASSIC Maple Bluff Country Club • July, 23, 2012 Proceeds benefit LIVESTRONG® at the Y For more information or to sign up for this event, please contact Heidi Skaar at or 608.664.9622 x1008. 3 South Pinckney Street, Suite 1000 Madison, WI 53703 608.441.0300 YMCA of Dane County, Inc. | 8001Excelsior Dr., Suite 200 • Madison , WI 53717 | May 2012 37

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