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New Comedy Club coming to Dubuque

Dubuque, IA (October 2019): Having started almost a decade ago in the Windy City, The Comedy Bar promises to give Dubuque a hilariously delicious comedy club experience beginning November of this year. To launch their newest location, winner of FOX’s Masterchef, Gerron Hurt, will be collaborating with the comedy staple to offer an exclusive menu designed by the Chef himself. Shows will be held every weekend at The Comedy Bar’s brand new showroom located on the lower level of the Novelty Iron building at the corner of 10th and Washington. Tickets are $16 for general admission, with food and beverage being sold separately. Their dinner menu features southern favorites from Chef Gerron’s restaurant concept. Southern Ego, located just above The Comedy Bar, near the main lobby. Signature items include the Blazin’ Bird Nashville hot chicken sliders, baked mac n cheese, and homemade bread pudding, just to name a few. Of course, no bar would be complete without delicious cocktails; guests will also be able to purchase from an array of specialty drinks offered exclusively at The Comedy Bar’s Dubuque location. The club also plans to include their pizza partners, Gino’s East, on their menu in the upcoming months once the pizza chain’s Dubuque location has launched.

“We are extremely excited to bring our brand of laughs to Dubuque, especially with Chef Gerron,” says Kyle Lane of The Comedy Bar, “We’ve been fans of MasterChef for years and when our most recent club opened in Nashville this past March, we had the opportunity to meet Gerron and his fiancé, Brandi. Also being young entrepreneurs ourselves, a collaboration on our upcoming Dubuque club just seemed like a no-brainer. This town is full of so much life and we feel honored to be able to invest into such a vibrant community.”

The Comedy Bar is set to open to the public on Friday, November 8th of 2019 with exclusive launch parties and VIP events occurring in the days prior. Visit www.ComedyBar.com for more info.
 
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Jeff Stange Celebrates 30 Years of Service in Banking


Jeff Stange, Vice President - Business Banking Officer at Mound City Bank was honored by the Wisconsin Bankers Association for 30 Years of Service in the financial industry.

Jeff Stange began his banking career in 1989. In June 2003 he joined Mound City Bank as a Commercial Lending Officer. In 2013, Jeff was promoted to Vice President- Business Banking. During his 16 year tenure with Mound City Bank, Jeff has been instrumental in the growth of Mound City Bank from $193 million in assets and 52 FTE's to over $373 million in assets and 68 FTE's. Jeff & his family reside in Platteville.  Congratulations to Jeff on his 30 years of dedication to the banking industry.  Jeff is pictured with: Donna Hoppenjan, Mound City Bank, President and CEO and Jon Turke from the Wisconsin Bankers Association.
 
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In keeping with Shullsburg Cheesefest tradition, the Shullsburg Creamery II, LLC., once again matched funds earned from the Shullsburg Friends of the Library’s annual McCoy Public Library Book Sale on Oct. 5.  Presenting a check for $812 was Barbara Sue Schubert, Human Resources Administrator for the Shullsburg Creamery, to Cheryl Mulcahy, Treasurer for the Friends of the Library.  Proceeds from the event are used to support library programs and materials.
 
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Patti Cullen Celebrated 40 Years of Service

Patti Cullen was honored at the Wisconsin Bankers Association Management Conference in Wisconsin Dells, one of the largest banking events in Wisconsin, on September 10, 2019. Patti received the award along with inductees the WBA’s Lifetime Service Award for extraordinary service to Wisconsin’s financial industry.
Patti Cullen began her banking career as a Youth Apprentice in 1979 with Mound City Bank.  She served as a Teller from 1979 through 1987 before transferring to Accounting.  Patti was promoted to Assistant Auditor & after obtaining her designation of ICBA Certified Community Bank Internal Auditor, she was named Internal Auditor in 1997.  Patti has been instrumental in the growth of Mound City Bank from $38 million in assets & 20 FTE’s to over $373 million in assets & 68 FTE’s.  Patti & her husband Terry reside in Platteville.