She is a "tireless advocate" for people who have physical challenges. Doctor Virginia Wintersteen is an orthopedist at Gundersen Health System. Beyond that work, she has volunteered for years to provide
She is a “tireless advocate” for people who have physical challenges.
Doctor Virginia Wintersteen is an orthopedist at Gundersen Health System. Beyond that work, she has volunteered for years to provide opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Opportunities that did not always exist.
He wasn’t ready to stop teaching.
When you’re faced with significant challenges of your own, are you still willing to help others?
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April’s Jefferson Award winner is Gerald Bonsack, a Brice Prairie native who moved to La Crosse to work as an engineer. Gerald says that his
She thought she would become an elementary education teacher. But a request from a school secretary changed that. One day, Tricia Gibbons was asked if
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