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Meyer Insurance to hold 100th anniversary party on Sept. 19th


September 12, 2019

Kara O'Keeffe

Meyer Insurance Agency announces plans for a public open house and anniversary party from 4-8 p.m. Sept. 19, at the agency's location, 511 Phillips Blvd., marking the company's centennial anniversary. The event will coincide with a client appreciation celebration as well as the Sauk Prairie Chamber of Commerce's Business After 5. According to Meyer Insurance Agency President Lise Meyer Kobussen, the event will be held outside on the agency's grounds and feature a street-fair atmosphere. "We will have live music, food and beverages and a raffle with items donated by our business clients," Meyer Kobussen said. "We want everyone to come and celebrate with us." The Sauk City Fire Department will be on hand to demonstrate how to use a fire extinguisher and provide people with an opportunity to use one. "When a fire breaks out you don't necessarily have the time to read the instructions," Meyer Kobussen said. Also during the event people will be able to test out their ability to play simple games with vision impairment goggles on.. This activity is sponsored by IMT insurance. Additionally, the Sauk Prairie Public Library will open the doors to its future home adjacent to Meyer Insurance, in the former Straight Forward building. The future library at 615 Phillips Blvd. will also be the site of the anniversary celebration in case of inclement weather. Please use the new library site's parking lot, the side streets Franklin, Monroe and Jackson streets or Monona Bank parking lot for vehicle parking. Handicap parking is available and marked by the Jackson Street alley entrance. For more information, Meyer Kobussen can be reached at (608) 643-3000 or via email at

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