OCONOMOWOC — More than 100 individuals recently gathered at the Shorehaven Strength and Fitness Center in Oconomowoc.

The event was Shorehaven’s annual meeting, launching a renewed commitment to enhancing the quality of life for community seniors.

CEO Dale Dahlke elaborated on organizational objectives and value statements developed in recent strategic planning sessions. Shorehaven will be celebrating 80 years in 2019.

“We know our stuff. We know our people. And we will continue to embody our Christ-centered mission,” said Dahlke.

New board members installed included Norman Eckstaedt, Carol Zeutzius, Kurt Schrang, Mary Kay Sokop and Phil Holland. Corporate Board members installed included Beth Johnson, Frederick Luedke, Mary Lueth, Deborah Kuklinski, Paul Schmidt, Marge Babcock, Dianne Wardinski, Elizabeth Duffy, Richard Wentland, Dianne Fellows, Joseph Moylan, Charles Laabs, Michael Archie and Nate Zastrow.

Shorehaven is home to more than 400 seniors and employs almost 400 staff on the shores of Lac La Belle.

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