Remember Hail Storm 2000?
A year ago on May 12, a fierce storm hit a 5 county area in northeast
Wisconsin. While hundreds of square miles were affected, the center of
destruction was the tiny town of St. Nazianz, WI in Manitowoc County.
If you were affected anywhere by the storm, assisted with recovery, or want
to see how we have rebuilt since then,
Please join us May 12, 2001 for a Memorial
Share our appreciation for blessings that injuries were not any worse than
they were, and that miraculously no one was killed. Join with us to celebrate
the support we received from throughout the country that gave us the materials
and strength we needed to carry through!
Preliminary schedule (as of May 3, 2001):
All events will be held at the St. Nazianz Park on CTH
"C" at the western edge of the Village.
Ribbon cutting ceremonies will be at 10:45 a.m.
At 11:49 a.m., the
fire whistle will blow, followed by the ringing of the church bells and the
Village Hall bell.
An ecumenical service will be held at 12:00 noon with pastors from
area churches/ parishes, and the Salvation Army will provide inspiration with
their brass band.
Music will fill the air from the women's barbershop group "Sound
Celebration" of Plymouth, WI under the direction of Janice Westphal will perform
from 1:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Dignitary speakers will speak starting at 1:30
A disk jockey will entertain you and your families and
friends from 2:30 p.m. to
4:00 p.m.. BE THERE!
Salvation Army will be donating, preparing, and serving the food and soda
throughout the day.
There will be inflatable jumping and other things
for the kids.
We also have talked about pony rides and maybe
even clowns! Please stop back again to see the details!