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Winona National Bank Downtown Drive-Up and ATM Now Open




Winona National Bank is pleased to announce that its new Drive-Up Banking Facility and ATM at its Downtown location, 204 Main Street, are now open to the public.
“We’re very excited to provide this new facility to our clients and the community,” Jack Richter, Winona National Bank President & CEO, said. “The additional staff parking will be a nice addition for our neighboring businesses and the entire Downtown core.”
The new Drive-Up facility features three lanes and a walk-up window. All contain video screens, allowing the customer and teller to see and interact with one another during the transaction. In addition, 29 employee parking spaces were added near the facility, freeing many Downtown parking spaces for customer and community parking.
The new Drive-Up has also added to the beauty of Downtown Winona as the exterior was modeled after the bank’s historic Downtown Office, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.

Cover Drive-UW-L


The Cover Drive, a popular band from Barbados, will perform at UW-La Crosse. The group performs at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, in Valhalla in Cartwright Center-Gunning Addition. The Cover Drive was the opening act for Rihanna’s Loud Tour and was featured by the Barbados Tourism Authority. The band is known for its infectious energy and music for dancing. Admission is free. For more information about the program visit uwlax.edu/CAB or call the Cartwright Information Counter at 608.785.8877.
 

Dairy Princess


A new Winona County Dairy Princes was crowned Saturday night at the Winona Middle School.  Named as the Dairy Princess for 2015 was 18-year-old Madison Waldo, daughter of Marty and Cassandra Waldo.

STEM Class-Jefferson


During their March 26 discussion via  Google Hangouts, first graders in Byron Gilliland's Jefferson Elementary STEM School classroom  spoke with a teacher and 2 students in Indonesia. The Jefferson students and teacher asked questions about their culture and way of life and compared it to ours. Following the conversation, the Winona students used information they gained about some of Indonesia's minerals to engineer zip line carriers that would get quartz from the top of Mt. Rinjani to the shipping yards down below.

 
 

Middle School Students


The Winona Middle School Students of the Week that were selected by the 7th grade teachers are Tara Ziegeweid and Ben Johnson. Tara Ziegeweid is an enthusiastic, positive student that goes above and beyond at school.  Tara is a self-starter with an excellent work ethic and a great sense of humor.  She is also helpful, polite and industrious which makes her a positive role model. Tara is involved in High School swimming year round and also participates in the YMCA and USA swim teams.  She loves playing percussion in band, enjoys science experiments, and writing poetry.  Tara hopes to pursue a career in radiology. 
Tara is the daughter of John and Deb Ziegeweid, and has two brothers, Nick, 23 and Josh, 22.

Ben Johnson completes quality work with attention to detail.  He exhibits a positive attitude and is on job mode in all his classes.  Ben is always very polite and mannerly. 
Ben is involved in the high school varsity diving team.  He says science and social studies are his favorite subjects at school and he enjoys all of the people at the middle school.  Ben enjoys biking with his family and enjoys being outside with his friends.  He plans to attend the summer diving camp. Ben is the son of Jill and Steve Johnson, and has one sister, Amelia in 4th grade.