Thursday, October 30, 2014

Community Needs Assessment Survey




The Village of Little Chute Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department is in the process of updating our Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP). Rettler Corporation of Stevens Point will be assisting in the process.

The CORP is an important document that assists public officials and parks staff in making decisions about facilities and services in the coming years and public input is an important part of the plan.

We are looking for input from people that use village parks and their amenities. We hope that you will be willing to assist us by completing our needs assessment survey by the Friday, November 21 survey deadline. 

The survey can be accessed at the following link:

We appreciate the time and input from everyone!


Tuesday, October 14, 2014

20th Anniversary Celebration

The Gerard H. Van Hoof Library in Little Chute will be enjoying its 20th year of service to the community this year! Help us celebrate this occasion at our Anniversary Celebration scheduled for Saturday, November 1st. We'll have refreshments, prize drawings, book giveaways, face painting, henna tattoos, crafts, and activities for the entire family. Be sure to note the following events and plan to spend the day with us.
10:00AM - Welcome by Joan Scherer of the Van Hoof Family
10:15AM - Kiddie Costume Parade with McGruff
Hey, kids! Put that Halloween costume back on and join in our costume parade being led by McGruff the Crime Dog.
10:30AM - Stuart Stotts in Concert
Madison-area author and singer, Stuart Stotts, will help us celebrate with fun songs and stories for the whole family!
11:00AM to 1:00PM - Festive Balloons
Local balloon artist Dorothy Vander Wyst will be on hand to create fun balloon creatures for library visitors.
11:30AM - 1:00PM - Food from local vendors available for FREE lunch
11:45AM to 1:00PM - Lawrence University Academy of Music
Students from the Lawrence University Academy of Music will share their talents on the library stage. Enjoy violins, cellos, and guitars.
1:00PM - Author Visit: Michael Perry
Best-selling Wisconsin author, Michael Perry, will visit and help us celebrate reading, writing, and libraries.
We hope you'll save the date and join us for a fun day!

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Wild Flower Planting at Island Park

What is your
favorite color? 
Is it Blue, Green,
Yellow, Red?
Without question
our favorite color

Mother Nature has been providing us with some magnificent colors in Little Chute.  As the leaves change and the colors come out in abundance, numerous families are enjoying the fall beauty at Island Park and Heesakker Park.  The recent addition of a large wild flower planting on the levy hillside at Island Park is a site to see right now!  That is why our favorite color is October!  The pictures of the blooming wild flowers are gorgeous, and we hope you agree.

This is the Village’s first wild flower planting project in a park.  The planting is located on the north side of Island Park, which is the canal levy hillside.  The hillside planting area is over 300 feet and it contains over a dozen different wild flowers, including Larkspur, Four-O’Clock, Lupine, Poppy, Gaura, Poppy, Mint, Marigold, and more.  This deer resistant planting provides an improved habitat for birds & butterfly’s, improves the aesthetic beauty of the park, and also reduces the village’s costs to maintain the parks open space. 
This new addition is one of many alongside the Heritage Parkway Trail that connects Island Park to Heesakker Park.  If you haven’t yet checked out the trail, or even if it’s been a while, there’s no better time than October.  The paved asphalt trail is accessible by everyone.  You can enjoy this wonderful trail for exercise, recreation, or just sightseeing.  Take a break and enjoy the view of the Fox River on one of several memorial benches along your journey.  While on the pedestrian bridge connecting the parks, there is a scenic overlook area in the middle of the bridge that is well worth the stop.  This is where you can get a birds-eye view of the Combined Lock.  This vantage point is a great spot for picture taking as the view is something you have to see. 

Get on out to Island Park, enjoy the walking trail, and be sure to tell your friends!  Remember to bring your four legged friends as well.  Dogs that are leashed and licensed are always welcome to enjoy the trail.  Please be a responsible pet owner and pick up after your pet.  There are several waste receptacles along the path for your convenience.    We truly hope that everyone enjoys all the wonders our Little Chute parks have to offer. 

Please continue to give us your feedback as well, and we’ll keep improving.  Working together we have a strong community with amenities we can all be proud of.  See you on the trail! 
~ Little Chute Parks, Recreation & Forestry Dept.

Monday, August 18, 2014



“Heart of the Valley Hospitality, Customer Service Subject of Workshop”

(Little Chute)     With the long-awaited grand opening of the Little Chute Windmill just over a month away, Heart of the Valley area is taking stock of its visitor readiness.  The opening is expected during Kermis , one of Little Chute’s major Dutch heritage events.
A free hospitality & customer service workshop by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism’s David Spiegelberg will be offered twice on Thursday, August 28th.  It will be held 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. at Van Hoof Library in Little Chute, then again from 10:30 – 12:00 noon at Heart of the Valley Chamber offices in Kaukauna.
                The workshop is designed for front-line staff, managers, business owners, public-serving agencies, and volunteers.  Workshop hosts include Little Chute Business Association, Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce, Village of Little Chute, and Outagamie County UW-Extension.
                Two general questions that will be put to participants in the workshop are “what does your welcome mat look like?” and “what is your visitor preparedness strategy?”.  To help answer these questions, workshop topics will address:  basics of customer service; showing pride in your region; defusing angry customers; proper service for diverse customers; and, customer service in the digital age.
                Pre-registration is required and may be arranged by visiting or by calling 920-766-1616.

Written by:  Jim Resick, 832-5125; and, Bobbie Beckman, 766-1616

Contact:  Char Stankowski, Country Inn & Suites, 788-8080; Debbie Smith, Bakers’ Outlet, 687-8755

Are You Ready For Some Jets Football?

Down, Set, Hike!  As summer winds down and fall sets in, sports fan's thoughts naturally turn to football.  Football fans can see the stars of tomorrows big league games in action as another season of Jets Football has kicked off.  The players have been working out and having hard hitting practices at Van Lieshout Park for weeks now, and players and coaches alike are fired up for Tuesday's big season opener.  We kick off our season at home against longtime rival Freedom on Tuesday, August 19.  Judging from the work the players have been putting in, they're up for the challenge.

For those new to the program, Jets Football was started in the Village of Little Chute in 1971 and is currently one of 11 teams belonging to the Heart of the Valley Football League.  The league does not encourage the "winning is everything" or "win at all cost" philosophy.  This level of competition is intended to be a safe and fun experience for both the players and coaches.  The Little Chute Jets Football program consists of three teams - a 6th grade team, a 7th grade team, and an 8th grade team.  They play eight games in their season, with four games played at home on the Little Chute High School football field. 

We're very excited about the continued success of this awesome program and encourage you to come watch the teams in action.  The 2014 Little Chute Jets Football schedule can be viewed at .  If you have any questions about the Little Chute Jets Football program, you can reach me at 788-7390 ext.202.

We look forward to seeing you at the games.  GO JETS!

Friday, August 1, 2014

Little Chute Business Association Presents: Customer Service Training

This training is geared towards your front line team members, is focused on customer service training and will be held on Thursday, August 28th from 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. at the Gerard H. Van Hoof Library, 625 Grand Avenue, Little Chute. For more information, please call 920-766-1616. The registration information is listed on the flyer. Click Here: Registration Information Flyer

Friday, June 27, 2014

**Important School Crossing Update**

As you may have noticed, the Outagamie County Highway Department has been preparing Freedom Road/CTH ‘N’ (from CTH ‘OO’ north to HWY 41) for an eventual repaving this summer.  As Village of Little Chute officials began to work with the County on the project, the Village of Little Chute reached out to the Little Chute Area School District to ensure a major stakeholder in our community had adequate input into the project.

One of the major issues identified in this project was the pedestrian crossing at Greenfield Avenue and Freedom Road/CTH ‘N’.  This pedestrian crossing has long been identified by traffic experts as a hazardous crossing due to poor sight lines, speed and the curvature and changing elevations of Freedom Road/CTH ‘N’ (particularly the northbound traffic lane).

The Village of Little Chute and the Little Chute Area School District are asking that all pedestrians not cross at Greenfield Avenue, due to the dangers that are present at that crossing.  Instead, we are asking pedestrians utilize the crossings at Freedom Road/CTH ‘N’ and CTH ‘OO’ or the crossing at Freedom Road/CTH ‘N’ and Florida Avenue.  This is particularly important moving forward and we hope that parents will talk with their children about the importance of utilizing marked pedestrian crossings, obeying pedestrian signage, and utilize the areas where crossing guards are present in the hours before and after school.

Moving forward, the Village of Little Chute and the Little Chute area School District will work to improve pedestrian signage along Freedom Road/CTH ‘N’, look at school zones in greater detail Village wide, and work towards a revamped “Safe Routes to School” plan in 2015.  At the end of the day, we want to provide safe accommodations for all pedestrians, especially our youngest pedestrians.  We ask your help in ensuring their safety in these efforts.

To stay informed of the latest information on this topic (and other relevant topics), please visit the Village of Little Chute’s Village Hall Blog at  Please contact us with any questions, concerns or comments you may have.


David Botz                                                                   James P. Fenlon                                                 
District Administrator                                                   Village Administrator
Little Chute Area Schools                                            Village of Little Chute
Phone: (920) 788-7605                                               Phone: (920) 788-7380
Email:                              Email:

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Throwback Thursday

In celebration of Throwback Thursday, we offer these photos from Little Chute Resident, Dave Romenesko.

Remember when the pool was fed from and connected to the Fox River? You can see in the photo below that a small canal joins the two. We've come a long way!

 This photo shows the blasting of bedrock in the winter to form the deep end of the new pool. Dynamite was used to create a deep hole to allow for a full 15 foot deep diving area. Anyone remember the blasts? Share your stories in the comments.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

2014 Assessed Property Values

The 2014 assessed property values have yet to be finalized for the re-evaluation. The appraisal company is currently reviewing the values and completion is projected for mid July. Notices of all changes and assessed values will be mailed out at the end of July. The open book hearings are tentatively scheduled for August 6th and the Board of Review on August 26th at the Village Hall.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

2nd Annual Cookout for a Cause


Enjoy a summer cookout AND help support your local Fire Department!

   Friday, June 20th
11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Parkside Care Ctr
1201 Garfield Ave
Little Chute, WI  54140

For more information please call: 920.788.5806
Click here to view menu:

~ All proceeds will be donated to the Little Chute Fire Department ~

Thursday, June 5, 2014

State Money Available For Housing Rehabilitation

The Northeastern Wisconsin Housing Rehabilitation Community Development Block Grant has loan money available for residents in Brown, Calumet and Outagamie counties. 

If your home needs repairs or improvements, you may qualify for home rehabilitation assistance through this program.

Loans are available starting at $1,000 to $24,999 with no interest.  Loan repayment is not required until the home is sold, is no longer the primary residence of the applicant, refinanced, or 30 years, whichever comes first.

The loan is secured by a mortgage on the property.

For landlords, installment loans are available for rental unit repairs provided the unit is or will be rented to tenants who are low or moderate income.

Gross household income must be at or below 80% of the median county income.  Income limits may be found at

For additional information on the program, contact Todd D. Mead at or (920) 448-6480.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Fizz, Boom, READ!

Things are ramping up at the Gerard H. Van Hoof Library as we prepare for an exciting summer of reading, programs, learning, and fun!

The library's 2014 Summer Reading Program has something for everyone with programs for ages 3 through adult, so be sure to sign up the entire family to read, learn, and play together this summer. Registration begins right after Memorial Day on Tuesday, May 27th. Sign up at the library and pick up your reading record to get started.

Science-related themes will guide the programs we have developed this summer:

  • "Fizz, Boom, READ!" for kids ages 3 through those entering grade 5
  • "Spark a Reaction" for teens entering grades 6 through 12
  • "Literary Elements" for adults
More information about the programs is available on the library's website, and a full list of scheduled events is included on our online calendar. From weird science to snakes to movie matinees, bubbles, bingo, animation and more, we have something for all interests and ages.

We put a lot of effort into the Summer Reading Program each year, because our mission is to inspire and support lifelong learning and the love of reading. This becomes especially important in the summer, as we hope to help families avoid "summer learning loss." Watch this brief video on YouTube to learn more:

Help stop summer learning loss, sign up for the library's reading program, and enjoy the fun events we have scheduled for you. We look forward to seeing you at the library!

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Curbside Pickup of Yard Waste

We have had some nice weather lately and everyone is starting to work on their yards.  Little Chute residents/taxpayers have two options for disposing of their yard waste.  The can choose to bag their yard waste for curbside pickup on Wednesdays (starting April 23) or they can purchase an access control card to the village's yard waste site (which opens Monday, April 14).

Bagged yard waste (garden debris, small hedge trimmings less than 6" in length, leaves, grass clippings, and lawn rakings) will be picked up curbside starting on Wednesday, April 23, and will continue every Wednesday until the last pickup day in 2014, which will be Wednesday, September 17.  Each bag that is placed curbside for pickup on Wednesdays must have a $2 yard waste sticker attached.  Yard waste stickers can be purchased at Municipal Building (1940 Buchanan Street) or at the Village Hall.  Please remember that bags must be placed curbside by 7am on Wednesdays. 

If you do not want to purchase $2 stickers for curbside pickup of yard waste, you may purchase an access control card to the yard waste site.  This site is located on Nixon Street (behind the Municipal Services Building at 1940 Buchanan Street) and is available seven days a week, daylight hours only, beginning Monday, April 14.  The cost for using this site is $20 for the first year, with a cost of $5 for subsequent years.  You can re-activate or purchase an access control card at the Municipal Services Building.  We accept check or cash only, no credit or debit cards.

If you have any questions on curbside pickup of yard waste or the yard waste site, please call the Department of Public Works at 788-7395 ext.201.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Yard Waste Drop-Off Site

For several years, the Village has provided a yard waste site to residents who wish to have a place to drop off their yard waste, instead of purchasing a $2 sticker for each bag and having them picked up curbside.

The yard waste site entrance is located on Nixon Street, which is behind the Municipal Services Building at 1940 Buchanan Street.  The site is available seven days a week, daylight hours only, beginning Monday, April 14, 2014.

The cost for Little Chute residents/taxpayers using this site is $20.00 for the first year, with a cost of $5.00 for subsequent years.  Access control cards can be purchased or re-activated only at the Municipal Services Building.  We accept check or cash only, no credit or debit cards.

Only yard waste (garden debris, small hedge trimmings less than 6" in length, leaves, grass clippings, and lawn rakings) is allowed to be dropped off at the site on Nixon Street.  No brush (sticks), garbage, recycling, etc. may be dropped off at the site.  Residents who don't follow these rules will have their access control card deactivated, and will not be allowed to use the site for the remainder of the year.

If you have any questions regarding the yard waste drop-off site or curbside pickup of yard waste, please call the Department of Public Works at 788-7395 ext.201.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Poll Opportunity: Village Seeks Citizen Input

As set by Wisconsin State Statute, the Village President and Board of Trustees are elected to two-year terms.  Recently the Village staff has been working with the Village Board, other communities and the Village Attorney to explore the possibility of changing the terms of office from two to three year terms for the Board of Trustees and the Village President. 

Of the approximate 402 Villages in the state of Wisconsin, there are roughly 15-20 Villages that have enacted charter ordinances to change terms of office from two to three year terms for their Boards.  Some of the communities that have initiated this change include (but not limited to) Ashwaubenon, Germantown, Suamico, Greenville, Whitefish Bay, Brown Deer and Menominee Falls. 

Generally, communities with three-year terms opt to have a 2-2-3 election cycle, so that two trustees are up for election each year and in the third year the Village President is also elected.  Under two-year terms, the Village of Little Chute Board is elected under a 3-4 election cycle, where the Village President is elected every other year.

Communities that elect their Board to three-year terms do so to allow newly elected Trustees more time to learn the issues and have a greater impact during their term.  In addition, three-year terms arguably allows for greater continuity in leading the community at the Board level.

The Village Board is looking for public input on this topic and would like your feedback.  If you clink the following link, you will be directed to take an interactive poll that will be used to inform the Village Board on this matter.  The poll can be found here:

Should you have any other questions or comments, just let us know.  Thank you.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Frozen Storm/Mini Storm Lines

Due to the severity of winter, the Department of Public Works is experiencing an over-whelming amount of frozen storm and mini storm sewer lines.  If you are experiencing issues with your sump pump, you will probably want to discharge your sump pump to your backyard.  Please keep in mind that it is illegal to run it to the sanitary sewer.  Also, please be respectful of your neighbors in positioning your discharge hose.  If you have any questions, please let us know.  Thanks.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Volunteer Needed for Downtown Farmers Market!

The Little Chute Business Association is looking for a volunteer to serve as the first Downtown Little Chute Farmers Market Manager. The manager will be responsible for the daily operations of the market on Thursday’s from mid-June through mid-September.  Non-market time hours are also required for marketing and other administrative duties.   Attendance at all general market meetings is suggested.  The Village of Little Chute will provide logistical and administrative support as needed (leading up to the market and during its operation, average hours would likely be 15 hours per week).

The market manager is the “go-to” person for vendors and customers during market hours and is the market representative on site. The job requires personal confidence and the ability to communicate with a variety of people. The market relies on the market manager to be its liaison with and between all parties served by the market, helping promote the market and keeping accurate weekly records of market activities. The manager understands both the vendors’ and the customers’ needs and implements strategies to meet those needs with the help of the Little Chute Business Association and the Village of Little Chute. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • The manager enforces the rules of the market.
  • The manager is responsible for providing the vendors with pertinent information.
  • The manager is responsible for keeping accurate weekly records of the market.
  • The manager will manage any volunteers/interns who may be involved with the market.
If this opportunity is something that you are interested in, please get in touch with the James Fenlon no later than APRIL 1, 2014 at or at 920-788-7380.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

2014 Summer & Fall Program Book

We have some great news!  Little Chute received several inches of snow the past couple of days, and there is more on the way this month.  That is great news for everyone who has been enjoying the village's two sledding hills, but for those who are looking forward to throwing something besides snow that is not great news.  They say that when March comes in like a lion, it should go out like a lamb.  Let's hope that saying is true.  Spring will be here soon, we promise!

Your Park and Recreation Department has been working tirelessly through this long winter to make this summer better than ever.  Some new and exciting programs have been added this year, like the Bricks 4 Kidz Program, Sports 60 Program, Creative Corner Program, and Water Rockets.  Your kids are going to love all the programs Little Chute has to offer.  The Doyle Park Pool will open this year on June 2.  The pool basin was sandblasted and repainted, and the new waterslide was finally installed.  We can't wait for opening day!

Little Chute residents/taxpayers should watch for the 2014 Summer & Fall Program Book in their mailbox this week.  The book cover this year is green and features a picture of the playground equipment that was installed at Van Lieshout Park last fall.  It's the first completely handicap accessible playground in our area with a rubber pour-in-place surface.  If you haven't had a chance to see the new brightly colored playground yet, we encourage you to check it out when the snow melts.

Little Chute residents/taxpayers can start to register for programs (excluding swim lessons) on Monday, March 10.  Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve walk-in or mail-in basis at the Park & Rec Department (1940 Buchanan St., Little Chute).  Our office is open weekdays from 8:00am to 4:30pm. and we can accept payments   by check or cash only.  Please register early as programs are limited in size. 

Non-residents can view Little Chute's 2014 Summer & Fall Program Book online at  Non-residents who have children attending Little Chute schools will be allowed to sign up for programs starting Monday, April 7.  Other non-residents will be allowed to sign up for programs starting on Tuesday, April 8.  Please register early as programs are limited in size.

We are pleased to announce that there is no longer a $20 per family late fee charged to late registrants for our youth/adult programs and classes.  We still have deadlines for all our programs and classes because we need to do program schedules, order supplies, schedule needed staff, and make sure we meet program/class minimum requirements.  But this change should be a huge benefit to parents who have a child that decides after the deadline that they want to register for a program or class that their friend is in.  Registrations will only be accepted after the deadline if there is space available in the program/class or on one of the teams created.  We hope this new change will help even more people to enjoy the awesome programs we offer.  However, our special one-day youth events held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons will continue to have a $3 per child late fee added if the registration is accepted after the deadline listed on the sign up form.

We are looking forward to a fantastic summer!  We will soon be in full swing with our whole staff back.  We can't wait to see everyone again.  If you will be registering your child for one of our youth baseball/softball teams this year, we are looking for outgoing parents who enjoy working with kids to help coach their child's team.  Please give it some thought when filling out your child's registration form.  Working together we make the strongest community for our kids.

As always, our staff is constantly striving to find new ways to improve our programs.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department at 788-7390.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone and kicking off the best summer ever!  Let's start thinking about warm weather, sunshine, and fun times!

- Donna Koebe
  Program Supervisor
  Little Chute Parks, Recreation & Forestry Dept.

Monday, February 24, 2014

Village Hall Update

Check our Facebook page for updated construction photos and expected timeline for the first Board meeting in the new Board room.  As you can see from the photos, the carpeting is in and the crew will start to finalize fixtures this week and next.

Friday, February 21, 2014

What is a CAFR?

A CAFR, or Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, is a set of financial reporting documents that detail the current financial standing of a governmental entity.  For the Village of Little Chute, this document, which is independently audited, provides the Village and general public with a very comprehensive overview of our financial standing.  

Each year, the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), recognizes units of government at the state, county and local level with Certificates of Achievement for Excellence in their Financial Reporting Program (CAFR Program).  This year, the Village of Little was again recognized for excellence in financial reporting for the year of 2012.  As printed in the Times Villager on Saturday, February 15th, the Village of Little Chute was one of only 27 municipalities in the state of Wisconsin to be recognized for such an achievement.  

One of the great things about the Village of Little Chute's website is that all these reports are available at your fingertips.  In addition to the annual CAFR, the Village also produces an annual budget and an annual five year Capital Improvement Plan.  So if you have interest in municipal financial reporting, all the information you would want (and more), is available at your pleasure on the Village's website.  You can be sure that the Village's Finance Department is working hard to ensure sound financial management practices while allowing for transparency into the process.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Village Hall Addition Update

The work in the Village Hall addition continues to move forward, as doors, trim and other fixtures are currently being installed and finalized.  Below is a photo in the new addition, looking south towards the dais of the new Boardroom.  To see even more photos of your new Village Hall, be sure to stop by the the Village Facebook page for an inside look.  Check back from time to time as we will continue to provide updates as the project progresses.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Little Chute Receives Community Leadership Award

On Thursday, January 30th, the Village of Little Chute received the Fox Cities Greenways Community Leadership award for work related to improving pedestrian bicycle opportunities.  Accepting the award on behalf of the Village was Village President Mike Vanden Berg, Parks and Recreation Director Tom Flick, and Village Trustee Bill Peerenboom.  For more information on Fox Cities Greenways and the award, check out the Fox Cities Greenways Blog.

Pictured Left to Right: President Mike Vanden Berg, Dave Muench (Fox Cities Greenways), Park and Rec Director Tom Flick and Village Trustee Bill Peerenboom.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

What government expenditures are most important to you?

The Village of Little Chute's website has a great deal of information and interactive features available for residents, business owners, and visitors.  One feature on the website that has recently been updated is the web poll.

As you can imagine, it is important for the Village to know what services are most important.  To complete the poll, simply follow the link above and select the service which is most important to you.  Be sure to check back from time to time, as our poll question will be changed on a rolling basis.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Village Hall Expansion Project is Progressing!

To get a sneak peak of what your new Village Hall will look like, be sure to stop by the Village of Little Chute Facebook page to see some great exterior and interior photos.  Some of the interior photos are of the new Board Room, which is going to be a great facility for the Village.

Be sure to subscribe to our blog by adding your address or checking back regularly.  We will be updating more photos in the days and weeks ahead!

Friday, January 31, 2014

Welcome to the Village of Little Chute Blog!

As we continue to look for ways to increase communication from Village Hall, one of our efforts will be through social media and this blog.  Please add us as a favorite or subscribe to our blog as we will be updating you on everything from general Village operations, special announcements, and even guest postings from Village officials and staff.

We look forward to hearing from you and if you have any suggestions on how we can better communicate or serve you, please don't hesitate to contact us.  Have a safe and wonderful day!