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Touring Local Manufacturing Plants 

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 Recently I had the pleasure of touring a couple of our manufacturing plants in our own backyard. These plants included Kaysun Corp. and Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry in Manitowoc. 

Kaysun Corp. mostly works with molding and plastic injections. Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry creates aluminum parts, some of which are used in our military's vehicles. 

Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry's website:

Kaysun Corporation's website:


Below are two more photos from Kaysun Corp. After that are some pictures I took while touring at Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry.



Above is a hard worker at Kaysun Corp. The first person who can identify her will receive special recognition in the next E-Update!


Foreman Ed Kocourek is showing us how this heat shield is made for an army tank. 


Above is a heat shield in one of its earliest production stages. Below is the finished product!



Wisconsin Aluminum Management Jon Shambeau showing us a part that goes into our local school buses. 


Testifying in Committee 


20191009_100011(rsize).jpgYesterday I testified with Sen. Testin (Stevens Point) in favor of our trauma informed care bill. Thank you Bill Bertsche, the new executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of Manitowoc, for also testifying! It was great to see you!


 Meeting with the A-TEAM

20191009_121514(resize).jpgThis week I also had the chance to meet with the A-TEAM, a volunteer group made up of individuals with disabilities, their families, caregivers, and supporters of Community Rehabilitation Programs (CRPs). This group works at the New Hope Center in Chilton! Joining me in meeting with them were Sen. LeMahieu (Oostburg) and Rep. Vorpagel (Plymouth). 




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Representative Paul Tittl


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  P.O. Box 8953
  Madison, WI 53708-8953
  Phone: 1-888-529-0025


National and State News Community Events
  • Haunted Cart Rides at the Hickory Hills County Club on Friday, Oct. 11th at 6:30 pm, and on Saturday, Oct. 12th at 6:30 pm. 
  • Choral and Instrumental Concert on Oct. 11th from 7 pm to 9 pm at Holy Family College
  • The Chilton Farmers Market has relocated from the Eagles Club to Klinkner Park, 815 Memorial Drive on the corner of Memorial Drive and Calumet Street (intersection of HWY 57-32/HWY 151)

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