CITY NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Schofield seeks members for a Beautification Committee
Members will find ways to enhance the beauty of Schofield for residents and travelers alike. If you are interested, please contact City Clerk/Treasurer Lisa Quinn at email@example.com or 715-359-5230.
City Hall will be closed July 3rd
Metro Drive Reconstruction Detour Map
Please click here for the Metro Drive Reconstruction Detour Map.
The City of Schofield is seeking a Public Works Employee
This is a full time skilled position. The candidate will perform a variety of maintenance and repairs on public facilities, properties and projects including but not limited to: streets, storm water, municipal water and sewer, parks, and other city property. Employee follows direction of the Director of Public Works.
The candidate should have the following: High School Diploma or equivalent, 3-5 years of applicable experience and technical training and education is desired; ability to use and operate heavy equipment, good driving record, valid (or ability to obtain) Wisconsin CDL, ability to perform the necessary physical demands of the position and work weekends on rotating basis. Must be able to work overtime when necessary.
Starting wage is $18.48 per hour. Excellent benefits. Please submit a resume to the City of Schofield, Attn: Lisa Quinn, 200 Park Street, Schofield, WI 54476 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants must apply no later than June 28, 2015. EOE.
City of Schofield is Now a Drop-Off Location for Peyton's Promise
June’s Items of the Month:
Shampoo, deodorant and soap
Peyton’s Promise was founded in 2007 by an eight year old girl, Peyton Medick, who discovered there were kids in her hometown of Weston, WI that went to bed hungry every night. Peyton’s Promise has grown into a huge organization with hundreds of volunteers and over 50 trained advocates working in their schools, and throughout the United States, to organize food drives and raise awareness about the problem of hunger.Peyton’s Promise has 3 objectives:
- To raise awareness about the problem of hunger.
- To keep food pantries shelves full.
- To fight childhood obesity.
Our organization has many different programs in place to collect food and we encourage the donation of healthier options. We encourage donations of our “Item of the Month” in our drop box locations, located throughout our community.
Every item has the potential to make a difference in our community. Donations stay within Marathon County.
“Thank you for Making the World a Better Place, one can at a time.”