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What's Happening: Oct. 27 to Nov. 2

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All events are free, unless otherwise noted. If you know of events that might be of interest, please email Chris Stout, cstout@southeastmn.edu .


PumpkinHalloween Fun Night at Saint Mary’s

Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: St. Mary’s University, 700 Terrace Heights, Winona, MN 55987
Elementary and preschool children from the Winona area are invited to attend the 14th annual Saint Mary’s, Halloween Fun Night. Tattoos and stickers, a coloring station, candy and other fun games will be offered, and the Cardinal mascot will greet pint-sized ghosts and goblins.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/krctnpz

Healthy Monday

Time: 7:00
Where: WSU, Integrated Wellness Center, 175 Mark St. Winona, MN 55987 Room: 138
WSU Health and Wellness Services will host RE Initiative PACTivists as they present "Words Matter," for Healthy Monday. They will share why we should challenge the use of sexist and homophobic words.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/navslnz

Kate Bornstein; Transsexual, Author, Playwright & Performance Artist
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, WI 54601
Kate Bornstein is a performance artist and playwright who has authored several award-winning books in the field of Women and Gender Studies, including Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and The Rest of Us, and My Gender Workbook, which she is currently updating for a second edition after 15 years.
More Information: http://www.uwlax.edu/Events-Calendar/?eventId=9896


Grief Support Workshop
Time: 7:00 – 9:-00
Where: WSU- Winona State University - 175 Mark St. Winona, MN 55987
Room: Pasteur Hall, room 133
WSU's grief counselor Eunie Alsaker will hold a workshop that provides an overview on the contemporary understanding of grief for individuals experiencing it. She will also provide tools for those supporting bereaved individuals, including professionals working with grief based groups.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/mze97g4

UM-Rochester Connects Professional Lecture series: Bioethics
Subject: Ethical Quandaries and Emerging Technology: Direct-to-Consumer Advertising and Testing.
Dr. Aaron Kostko, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Dr. Kelsey Metzger, Assistant Professor of Life Sciences, University of Minnesota Rochester
Time: 7:00 pm
Where: University of MN, Rochester, room 417, 4th floor of University Square, 111 S Broadway, Rochester, MN 55904
Should pharmaceutical companies be targeting their advertising directly to consumers? Should genetic test results be provided to individuals without the guidance of a physician or genetic counselor? Participants in this interactive session will consider these and other questions through facilitated discussion.
More information: http://tinyurl.com/lvpkxoy

Minnesota Marine Art Museum – Free Tuesday
All Day, every Tuesday: Free Admission for Students with I.D.
800 Riverview Drive, Winona
More Information: https://www.mmam.org/Visit/Hours-and-Admission


CLASP Lecture Series – "The Lakota Heyoka Clown Tradition"

Time: 7:00
Winona State University - Stark Hall, 175 Mark St. Winona, MN 55987, Room: 103
As part of the Clasp Series, WSU will host Arthur "Tex" Hawkins, James Reidy and Gretchen Cohenour as they discuss "The Lakota Heyoka Clown Tradition: A backward humor provoking action for sustainability and survival."
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/mcq57a8

Writing and Social Justice: A Performance and Talk by Sean Thomas Dougherty
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: University of Wisconsin - Cartwright Center University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, WI 54601. Wimberly Hall 102
For three decades, Sean Thomas Dougherty has created a powerfully inclusive, demanding American art in the tradition of jazz, Walt Whitman, and American gospel. His poems and stories connect American life from the street to the symphony, chronicling passion, loss, work, and commitment.
More Information: http://www.uwlax.edu/Events-Calendar/?eventId=10072

Wellness Wednesday
Time: 7:00
Where: WSU, Integrated Wellness Center, 175 Mark St. Winona, MN 55987 Room: 138
WSU Health and Wellness Services and student advocates will discuss "Self-Lovin' - Building Positive Sexual Self-Esteem," as part of Wellness Wednesday. The event will offer tips on how to boost self-esteem.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/mgkqwrb

Live Healthy Red Wing Walking Wednesdays
Time: 5:15 – 6:00
Where: West Avenue. Meet at Roosevelt Park, 1117 Maple Street, Red Wing, MN 55066
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/kuqs7lm


FREE Business Consulting Through MN State College-SE Technical
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) wants to make sure all small businesses in Red Wing have access to free consulting. An SBDC Consultant will be in Red Wing on October 2, 16 and 30. They are available to meet with businesses on a variety of topics including: Business Plans, Financial Analysis, Cash Flow, Marketing, and brainstorming ideas on how to grow your business. This service is FREE and they can meet with you at your business, or at SE Tech. All information is completely confidential. You can also have FREE legal advice through the LegalCORPS program (www.legalcorps.org). You can set up a 30 minute FREE consultation on any business issue. For more information, contact Katie Hardyman at Khardyman@SOUTHEASTMN.EDU or call 651-267-7706.

"Do Corporations Have Religion?"
Time: 3:30 – 4:30
Where: WSU- Winona State University - Krueger Library, 175 Mark St. Winona, MN 55987
WSU professors Elissa Alzate and Matthew Bosworth will hold a talk on "Do Corporations Have Religion?" They will look at questions that were brought up after the Burwell v. Hobby Lobby decision. Bosworth will examine the constitutional questions and justifications for the ruling. Alzate will talk about the theory of religious liberty in a rights-based society.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/k9ufcco

Film Series: Money as Debt, Part III: "Evolution Beyond Money"
Time: 7PM
The film Money as Debt, Part III: "Evolution Beyond Money" will be shown. Film and discussion, part 3 of a 3 part series.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/nmudvob

Free Thursdays: Rochester Art Center
10 am – 9 pm
40 Civic Center Dr SE, Rochester, MN 55904
More information: http://www.rochesterartcenter.org/about/visit/


The Phantom of the Opera (1925 Silent Film)
Sheldon Theatre – 443 West 3rd St Red Wing, MN
An annual Halloween tradition at the Sheldon as Tom Erickson provides live organ accompaniment. This is a paid event, 7.50 available only at the box office.
More info: http://www.sheldontheatre.org/events/phantom2014

Exhibit: “Seeing Christ in the Darkness” The Prints of Georges Rouault
Where: St. Mary’s University, 700 Terrace Heights, Winona, MN 55987, Toner Student Center
A collection of the world-class prints of one of the most important printmakers of the 20th century, Georges Rouault, will be on display Oct. 16 through Nov. 16 at Saint Mary’s University.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/pqx9zwc

Exhibit: The Art of Dick Brewer and Al Wadzinski
Gallery Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Anderson Center, 163 Tower View Dr, Red Wing, MN 55066
More Information: http://www.andersoncenter.org/exhibition%20Dick%20and%20Al.html


Southeast Technical OPEN HOUSES on Saturday, Nov. 1
Winona Campus: 9 am to 12 noon
Red Wing Campus: 1 pm to 4 pm
The college invites the entire community to come to campus and discover our programs. Children’s activities, cash door prizes and refreshments. Live music on the Red Wing campus; original multi-media films on the Winona campus. Free and open to the public; please invite your friends! 

PopUp Art Gallery in Downtown Red Wing
417 Main Street, Red Wing
Open Saturdays 11 am-5 pm from October 18 to November 22.
This art gallery is only open from October 3 to December 21. The purpose is to replace vacancy with attention – to change a vacant storefront to a living art space. 25+ artists are displaying work.

WSU Orchestra
Time: Sunday, Nov. 2 at 2:00
WSU Performing Arts Center, 175 Mark St. Winona, MN 55901
Performing Arts Center, Main Stage
The WSU Music Department will host the WSU Orchestra, conducted by Paul Vance. Admission is free.
More Information: http://tinyurl.com/mnhkxnh

Goodhue County Historical Society - 1st Free Sunday: Mark Twain Day
When: Sunday, Nov. 2 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: 1166 Oak Street, Red Wing, MN 55066 United States
Beginning at 1:30 PM, a short program will honor veterans and discuss the new exhibit, A Great Divide: Goodhue County in 1914-1917, which details Goodhue County in the years leading up to World War I. Col. Richard Johnson, retired U.S. Marine Corps, will be the featured speaker.
More Information: http://goodhuecountyhistory.org/event/1st-free-sunday-salute-to-veterans/

Winona Volunteer Services
Volunteer Opportunities – dozens available!

United Way of Goodhue County
Volunteer Opportunities – dozens available!
More Information: http://www.uw-gwp.org/volunteer/agency/needs/


Open Houses on November 1 - get to KNOW Southeast Tech!

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Get to Know Southeast Technical! KNOWvember

KNOWvember is coming - get to KNOW Southeast Technical!

This year, November will become "KNOW-vember" at Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical as we open our doors with several events and opportunities to discover the college. Southeast Technical is an accredited college with very affordable tuition. You don't have to travel far to find the opportunity to begin college or complete a diploma, certificate or associate degree program.


  • We offer the opportunity for high school students to get a jump start by taking college courses?
  • Many of our classes are offered online?
  • Almost 100% of our graduates find careers in their field?
  • We are an accredited college with transfer opportunities to other colleges and universities? 


We are kicking off the month with Open Houses on both campuses. We will have refreshments, door prizes, building tours, and fun activities for children. Faculty and staff will be on hand to answer questions, show off our programs, and assist with Spring and Fall 2015 applications. We will even waive the $20 application fee that day! Check back as we add more activities to the list for our Open Houses on November 1. Plus - the month of KNOWvember continues on with even more activities. See the schedule below.   


Saturday, November 1
9 am – Noon

Winona Open House

  • Win cash door prizes
  • Visit program areas
  • Fun activities for kids
  • Refreshments
  • Original multi-media films 
  • Application fee waived at the event... and more!


Monday, November 3
1 to 3 pm

Cosmetology Open House


Wednesday, November 5
Trade and Technology Day
For high school juniors and seniors
Call 507-453-2700 to register in advance


Thursday, November 6
Noon to 1 pm

Veterans Day Celebration
Winona Student Commons


Thursday, November 13
Give to the Max Day
give online


Thursday, November 20
4:30 to 6:30 pm

Evening Hours for Admissions, Student Services and Financial Aid



Saturday, November 1
1 pm to 4 pm

Red Wing Campus Open House

  • Win cash door prizes 
  • Visit program areas 
  • Fun activities for kids
  • Refreshments 
  • Live music 
  • Application fee waived at the event... and more!


Tuesday, November 4
10 am to 1 pm

Charting the Future Gallery Walk
Red Wing Campus, Room 318


Friday, November 7
Noon to 1 pm

Veterans Day Celebration
Red Wing Campus Student Commons


Thursday, November 13
Give to the Max Day
Red Wing YMCA and
give online


Tuesday, November 18
4:30 to 6:30 pm

Evening Hours for Admissions, Student Services and Financial Aid


Wednesday, November 19
Trade, Tech, Business, and Health Day
For high school juniors and seniors
Call 651-385-6300 to register in advance



Charting the Future Gallery Walk comes to Red Wing campus Nov. 4

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Walk through, learn about, and respond to "Charting the Future" at our Red Wing Gallery Walk

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MnSCU Charting the Future Gallery Walk

Tuesday, November 4, 2014, 10 am to 1 pm
Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical
Red Wing Campus, Room 318
308 Pioneer Road, Red Wing, MN
Students, faculty, staff, and the community at large are invited to attend and participate!

More information: southeastmn.edu/CTF 

Southeast Technical will host a Charting the Future (CTF) Gallery Walk on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, from 10 am to 1 pm in Room 318 on the Red Wing Campus. Charting the Future for a Prosperous Minnesota is a collaborative process designed by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities to develop specific actions to better serve its 435,000 students, strengthen its colleges and universities, and protect its unique character and autonomy.   

The open-house style event is designed to provide students, faculty, staff, and community members the opportunity to react to the concepts and themes proposed by four Charting the Future implementation teams: Student Success, Diversity, Comprehensive Workplace Solutions, and System Incentives & Rewards. Everyone is welcome to attend; representatives will be on hand to answer questions and encourage feedback.

"Gallery Walk" is a term used in education circles to describe a teaching method that gets students out of their seats and moving as they learn about, and respond to, the topic they are studying. In the Charting the Future Gallery Walk, posters prepared by the four implementation teams will be presented in a gallery layout. Visitors can walk through the gallery, ask questions, and provide immediate feedback.

Please mark your calendar and plan to stop by on November 4 to experience the Charting the Future Gallery Walk at Southeast Technical. To learn more about Charting the Future, visit the Charting the Future blog or southeastmn.edu/CTF. Join the conversation by following @mnscu on Twitter and using the #ChartingTheFuture hashtag, or by sending feedback to MyIdeas@so.mnscu.edu

Southeast Technical named to 2015 Military Friendly Schools list

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Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical named to 2015 Military Friendly Schools list

 Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Scholarship Donation - 2014
Beyond the Yellow Ribbon of Hiawatha Valley presented a check for $2000 to Southeast Technical Foundation on September 25, 2014, to be used for Red Wing veterans scholarships. 

We are excited to announce that our college has been designated a 2015 Military Friendly(R) School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds. Now in its sixth year, the Military Friendly Schools designation and list by Victory Media is the premier, trusted resource for post-military success. Military Friendly provides service members transparent, data-driven ratings about post-military education and career opportunities. 

The Military Friendly(R) Schools designation is awarded to the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace military students, and to dedicate resources to ensure their success in the classroom and after graduation. 

"Southeast Technical aspires to be the 'safe landing' place when our veterans transition back to civilian life and come to school.  We want our veterans to know that we are here to support them every step of the way on their educational journey," said President Dorothy Duran. 

The college has planned two informal Veterans Breakfasts this fall. Southeast Technical student veterans are invited to join Dr. Duran, Veterans Assistance Coordinator Mark Larsen, Criminal Justice Instructor Greg Cady, Student Services Vice President Nate Emerson, and VA Certifying Official Pamela Zimmerman at one of breakfasts planned for Winona on October 7 and Red Wing on October 8. 

"At these breakfasts, my hope is to share the services available to our veterans and learn how we can best support them as they continue their education," said Dr. Duran. 

  • If you are a student-veteran and would like to attend one of the Veterans Breakfasts, please contact Casie Johnson (507-453-2663 or cjohnson@southeastmn.edu) by October 3 for more information and to RSVP. 


Beyond the Yellow Ribbon LogoMark Larsen, Veterans Assistance Coordinator for the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs, stated, "Southeast Technical is exemplary in the level of effort they put forward to make veterans welcome. As a vet myself I honestly think any veteran would feel fully supported and at home at Southeast Technical."

It has been a good week for veterans at Southeast Technical! In addition to the Military Friendly Schools (R) designation and the invitation to attend a Veterans Breakfast, Beyond the Yellow Ribbon of Hiawatha Valley made a presentation of $2000 to Southeast Technical Foundation on September 25, to be used expressly for support of Red Wing campus student-veterans. A $1000 scholarship is now available for Spring term, 2015, and $1000 will be awarded for Fall 2015. For more information about applying for a scholarship, see the Southeast Technical Foundation scholarships page.


Education to Employment: top 10 high paying, high growth jobs

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Education to employment: Southeast Technical offers training in top jobs with above-average wages

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 If you're looking for an education that can lead to a high-paying job, and you want to be sure that job will still be there for you in 10 years, Southeast Technical is here to help.

New long-range employment projections by state agencies in Minnesota and Wisconsin demonstrate that colleges like Southeast Technical are preparing the workforce of the future for most of the top 10 high-growth, high-paying occupations

As baby boomers retire and the work environment shifts, occupations like construction, truck driving, accounting and health care will see the opportunity for strong growth in the next decade. "It's no coincidence that Southeast Technical, with its focus on Education to Employment, offers training in these fields," says Dr. Dorothy Duran, president of Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical. 

Southeast Technical offers certificates, diplomas and degrees in Accounting, Carpentry,  Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technology, HVAC, Industrial Technology, Medical Laboratory Technician, Medical Support Careers, Nursing, Radiography, Retail & Sales Management, Truck Driving, and Welding - all programs which can lead directly to almost all of the top 10 high growth, high paying occupations in both states. 

Approximately 94% of Southeast Technical graduates find work in their chosen field, and 82% of graduates remain in the region. The return on investment in a two-year college is high. A 2013 study released by the Federal Reserve Bank reported that over the course of their lifetimes, students with associate degrees made $325,000 more than those with only a high school diploma.

"Our objective is to provide programs that are integral to state and regional economic needs," says Dr. Duran. "We're here to help the economy grow, and to help our students become part of a strong economy."


Top 10 high growth, high pay occupations in Minnesota through 2022; median annual salary 2014

1. Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers: $ 42,400.09 
2. Medical Secretaries: $ 38,781.56 
3. Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians: $ 44,303.02 
4. Carpenters: $ 45,881.14 
5. Physical Therapists: $ 78,215.72 
6. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists: $ 62,931.20 
7. Radiologic Technologists: $ 61,330.19 
8. Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters: $ 66,565.10 
9. Cost Estimators: $ 59,787.66 
10. Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses: $ 41,551.15

Source: Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Employment Projections 


Top 10 high growth, high pay occupations in Wisconsin through 2020; median annual salary 2014

1. Carpenters: $42,350
2. Medical secretaries: $31,970
3. Sale reps: $56,900
4. Bookkeeping, accounting, auditing clerks: $34,500
5. Registered nurses: $63,260
6. Market research analysts, specialists:$50,730
7. Customer service reps: $32,420
8. Construction laborers: $36,260
9. Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers: $39,120
10. Elementary school teachers: $57,470

Source: Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, La Crosse Tribune ("Labor: The Next 10 Years")  

Important information for registered students starting in Fall 2014

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Student OutsideThank you for choosing Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical!

We are looking forward to having you as a student. Fall Semester is fast approaching with classes beginning the week of August 25 through August 29, 2014. Make sure you are ready by reading through the important fall start information below.

Note: If your plans have changed, please use your StarID and password to drop your courses prior to the deadline date to avoid tuition and fee charges. If you have not claimed your StarID or forgot your password, visit www.starid.mnscu.edu.  If you are unable to drop, please contact us as soon as possible.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees for Fall Semester are due on Monday, August 4, 2014. If you add courses after this date, tuition and fees are due at the time of registration. Failure to make payment at that time may result in the dropping of your courses. 

Financial Aid

Financial Aid applications can still be processed by the Financial Aid Office for Fall Semester; however, there may be a delay in your disbursement. FAFSA applications must be processed within 30 calendar days of the semester start date for State Grant consideration. If you have not yet applied for financial aid, you can do so at www.fafsa.gov. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions.

Student Schedule

Because of possible room changes, we recommend that you print a new student schedule prior to your first day of classes and bring it with you when you begin the Fall Semester. Go to the Southeast Technical Student Login page to view your schedule. Use your StarId and password to log in.

Be sure to review where your classes will meet, including which campus and building.  

Online/Hybrid Courses

If you are enrolled in an online or hybrid class, you must login to class the first couple of days of the semester (https://southeastmn.ims.mnscu.edu) to demonstrate your participation in the course.  Also, you must email your instructor to confirm enrollment. All instructor email addresses are FirstInitialLastName@southeastmn.edu. Online/Hybrid courses may require a proctored exam. If you have questions, please contact your instructor. 

Students enrolled in their first online course are also encouraged to attend a Desire2Learn (D2L) Orientation. Sessions will be held on both the Red Wing and Winona Campus. If you have questions with accessing your D2L account, please contact the Information Technology Department Help Desk at 507-453-2408.

D2L Orientation Sessions

Red Wing Campus: Tues, August 19 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Room 101  
Winona Campus: Wed, August 20, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm  Room 201

Student I.D. Photo

If you haven't had your Student I.D. Photo taken, the Photo I.D. schedule will be posted on the college website homepage under News and Events after August 11. A notice will also be sent to your student email. You must bring in a current student schedule to the Bookstore and pay $5.00 in order to have your I.D. taken. You may use your I.D. at Winona State University and Mayo Clinic Health Systems in Red Wing. In addition, there are discounts at many of the establishments in Red Wing and Winona. 


We encourage you to purchase your books prior to the start of classes.  Estimated book prices are posted on the Bookstore textbook page (Quick Links > Bookstore > Textbooks). Books will be available for purchase in the college bookstores and online starting August 11. 

PLEASE NOTE: Students who are eligible to charge their books against their financial aid or other agency funding MUST show a valid college issued ID at the time of check out. Remember, your financial aid needs to be complete before you can use it to charge your books. Online students should place their orders early enough that books can be shipped in time for the start of classes.

Student Email

Be sure to check your student email on a regular basis while attending Southeast Technical for important college messages. Student email is considered our main form of communication for important dates and information regarding registration, drop dates, financial aid, etc. If you have questions concerning your student email account, please contact the Information Technology Department Help Desk at 507-453-2408.


The Learning Resource Center encourages students to use the tutoring services that are available free of charge. Southeast Technical also has access to Smarthinking, an online tutoring service that is free to all students. Look for access to Smarthinking within your D2L (Desire to Learn) courses.

Disability Accommodations

Students who have a documented disability and wish to have accommodations made for their disability should make an appointment with Disability Services.


Please remember to park in areas designated for students. Do not park in Visitor or Reserved parking areas or you will be ticketed and/or towed.

Tool Day

Winona Campus - Wednesday, August 27 is scheduled for those required to purchase tools for their program. Vendors will be available in the Transportation Building.
Red Wing Campus - Students should contact their program instructors about tool purchases.


We look forward to seeing you at Southeast Technical!

Golf tournaments are a hole-in-one for Southeast Technical

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Rain or shine, golf tournaments are a hole-in-one for Southeast Technical

Rainy Golf 2014 WinonaWhile we had a beautiful summer day for last May's Community Connections Golf Tournament in Red Wing, the skies opened up and poured on our Alumni & Friends tournament on August 5 in Winona. Under heavy rain, the golf course was rendered unplayable just as our golfers headed out! Nonetheless, the picnic dinner and silent auction went on as planned and people enjoyed the social time together.

Southeast Technical Foundation Director Chris Schabow reported that, "Through the generosity of our sponsors, donors, players, volunteers, and organizing committee, we raised more than $30,000 for the Foundation Scholarship fund this summer. In fact, 2014 was our best year ever, and the first year we've generated more than $30,000!"

Funds raised at the two annual golf tournaments support Southeast Technical Foundation’s Scholarship Program, which is designed to increase access and affordability to higher education. Rain or shine, a little golf goes a long way toward helping our students!

2015 tournament dates set

Red Wing Community Connections Golf Tournament and Dinner
Mt. Frontenac Golf Course, Frontenac 

Winona Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament
MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 2015 - 1:00pm
Cedar Valley Golf Course, Winona 

 Special thanks

We want to extend special thanks to the sponsors of the Winona Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament:

Event Sponsor
Winona National Bank

Eagle Sponsors
Miller Ingenuity
Southeast Technical
Excel Images

Birdie Sponsors 
Peerless Industrial Group
Merchant's Bank
Steak Shop Catering
Warneke & Associates

Hole-in-One Sponsor
Dahl Chevrolet

Other Sponsors
Kish & Sons Electric


Par Sponsors 

Altra Federal Credit Union
Gary & Ellen Evans
Laser Product Technologies
Dan & Natalie Matejka
Modern Ready Mix
Northern Engraving
Rukavina Family Foundation
Sim Sound & Video
Volkmann's Appliance
Winona Radio
Wm. Miller Scrap Co.

2014 Winona Golf Tournament Sponsors