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Dale Schultz, Wisconsin State Senator: District 17

Dale saw Wisconsin's Local Food Movement in action at the Fennimore Produce Auction.
RENEW Wisconsin presented Dale its Joel Gaalswyk Public Official of the Year award for being 'a champion and defender of renewable energy development'.
The morning after fire destroyed Organic Valley’s headquarters, Dale traveled to LaFarge to survey the damage with coop staff.
Parliament members from Victoria, Australia, hosted by UWEX Professor Andy Lewis, sought out Dale to compare notes on rural broadband strategies.
Dale recently spent an afternoon at New Forest Farm near Viola. Mark Shepard is doing some interesting things there, namely producing his own line of hard ciders, which he calls Shepard’s Cyders.
Dale stopped in Reedsburg to chat with Dennis Baldridge, the general manager of WCNP FM 89.5, a new listener-sponsored community radio station based in downtown Reedsburg.
New Cellox CEO Craig Hutchison talked with Dale about his vision for the company and showed off the new sign at company’s headquarters in the Reedsburg industrial park.
The boys at Hanke Trucking discussed freight rail issues, and gave Senator Schultz a comprehensive tour of their multimodal transport terminal in Reedsburg.
Marv Giebel served the Town of Delton for many decades. He joined Dale for lunch at Marty's Steakhouse in Reedsburg, where Senator Schultz presented a citation recognizing his contribution to the community.
Bill Collins (r), the water superintendent, and City Cdministrator Mark Steward (l) demonstrate exactly how Elroy's brand new, state of the art municipal well works.
Dale hears from constituents during a listening session at the Elroy Public Library.
Dale recently enjoyed a trip on the Wisconsin River as a part of the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board’s annual outing.
Dale recently enjoyed a trip on the Wisconsin River as a part of the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board’s annual outing.
Dale recently enjoyed a trip on the Wisconsin River as a part of the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board’s annual outing.
Dale joined Todd Timmerman and other Habitat for Humanity volunteers and supporters as the group dedicated its newest home in Grant County.
Enjoying a laugh with friends at the Juneau County Dairy Breakfast in June.
The burgers and the company were equally excellent at the Sauk County Fair in July.
UW Extension Educator Mary Lynn Knellwolf joined me among the prizewinners at Lafayette County Fair.
Perseverance and hometown pride are fueling an impressive recovery effort in Boscobel.
Dale, here with UW Colleges and Extension Chancellor Ray Cross, Duane Simonson and Wayne Morgenthaler of UW Colleges, attended the 7th annual Chancellor’s Awards, which honor faculty, staff and community partners for exceptional teaching, outreach and collaboration.
Discussion focused on the future of agriculture in Wisconsin when Dale met with the newest member of the state's ag board, Nicole Hansen, and her employers on the right, Sandra and Bill Hatch, owners of Cranberry Creek Cranberries, Inc. near Finley in Juneau County.
Dale spoke at the opening of the Community Access Dental Clinic, a project led by Wally Orzechowski (left), Director of Southwest Wisconsin Community Action Program.
Senator Dale Schultz recently celebrated the grand opening of the Boscobel Pharmacy with owner Michelle Farrell and other community members.
Dale travelled to New Lisbon to attend Myles Connor’s Eagle Scout ceremony. Dale spoke on the efforts need to reach Eagle Scout, and commended Myles for shooting a 39 in golf on his 18th birthday! Dale also presented him with a Legislative Commendation.
On February 18, the Wisconsin Technical College System held  “A Celebration of Student Engagement” at the Capitol. Nursing students from Southwest Tech introduce Dale to Stan, an interactive teaching aid that gives feedback to students during medical procedures.
WI Farmers Union Members Connie Champnoise of Blue River, Jeff Mackesey and Margaret Farley of Richland Center, James and Donna Timm of Wisconsin Dells, Pat Skogen of Monroe, chatted with Senator Dale Schultz on March 4, 2014 at the State Capitol.
Senator Dale Schultz chatted with students from UW Platteville, who visited the State Capitol on Wednesday to share information regarding their projects and their research.
UW Platteville Students joined by UWP Chancellor Dennis Shields, made presentations at Senator Dale Schultz's office on Posters in the Rotunda Day.
On Monday, May 19, Sen. Schultz and Mustafa Yikilmz learned about this large dairy operation from manager Adam Onan, and also toured the Central Sands Dairy Operation near Nekoosa.
Central Sands Dairy's manager, Adam Onan, described to Senator Schultz and Turkish Parlimentarian Yikilmz, the digester which produce methane gas for on farm use during Monday's tour.
Senator Schultz, joined by Parlimentarian Counselor Mustafa Yikilmaz of Ankara, Turkey, visited Juneau County Sheriff Brent Oleson on Monday May 19.
Senator Schultz urges nature lovers to visit the new walk path behind Argyle’s Community Park. Driftless Area Land Conservancy Executive Director David Clutter described the extent of the project of an Americorps work team, to Argyle’s leaders, Senator Schultz’s staff and local elected officials.
Senator Schultz urges nature lovers to visit the new walk path behind Argyle’s Community Park. Driftless Area Land Conservancy Executive Director David Clutter described the extent of the project of an Americorps work team, to Argyle’s leaders, Senator Schultz’s staff and local elected officials.
Those interested in a behind the scenes look at American Players Theatre (APT) should visit in August. APT will use a WI Department of Tourism grant to highlight what happens before the curtains rise. Visitors can also take a guided tour on APT grounds.
The Village of Plain's Green Training and Technology Enterprise Center is where Shop Pockets are made by company president Michael Frank, left, and Sew What Embroidery president Kim Ewers, right.  A standard tool belt attaches to the vest for less back strain and no waist constriction.
In Reedsburg, Dale shared with citizens how adopting non-partisan redistricting empowers voters instead of anonymous, out-state millionaires and billionaires in election outcomes.
Dale and Viola the elephant hit it off at a recent stop at Circus World.  On the left is Chip Arthurs, Elephant Trainer and on the right is Scott O'Donnell, Executive Director, Circus World.
After a ribbon cutting at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tomah, Sheryl Albers of my staff toured 2 newly completed long term care units: Heroes House and Patriot Place. Joining Sheryl at Heroes House is Rep. Lee Nerison (R-96th District).
After a ribbon cutting at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tomah, Sheryl Albers of my staff toured 2 newly completed long term care units: Heroes House and Patriot Place. Joining Sheryl at Heroes House is Rep. Lee Nerison (R-96th District).
The Wisconsin Association of Medical Equipment Services (WAMES) thanked me for my efforts on issues facing home medical supply companies. Jean McAdams, past President of WAMES, awarded a plaque of appreciation.