Event Description: Please plan on attending the April Janssen Family Memorial Benefit at Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley on Sunday, October 27, 2013.
Activities include a 50/50 raffle, silent auction, door prize raffle, Halloween costume contest for adults and kids, and much more.
All proceeds go to the April Janssen Family Memorial Fund.
April Lynn Janssen age 34 from De Pere died August 12, 2013 in a tragic accident while trying to assist a person who was hurt. She was born March 21, 1979 in Green Bay. She is survived by her signficant other Megan Stafford, her mother Jennifer Janssen, her like a father Joe VanDenack, her father Robert Prenevost, her Grandmother Judy Penevost, her two sons Tyler Webster and Owen Webster, one daughter Rayna King, one sister Cora Janssen/Holly Brown, and one half sister Krystle Yang.
Due to a tragic accident in at Fonferek's Glen (a county park along Bower Creek in Ledgeview) workers have placed additional saftey measures to ensure an such an accident cannot be repeated. Measures such as additional warning signs, baracades, boulders, and gaurd rails have been put in place.
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In 2008, WAPL won the prestigious Marconi Award for national Rock Station of the Year. WAPL has also been awarded Rolling Stone Magazine Reader's Choice Station five times (1990, 92, 93, 94, and 95). In 1999, the station won Radio and Records Small Market Rock Station of the Year, and in 2004 and 2006 won the Wisconsin Area Music Industry.