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CAWGC Holds Annual Steak Fry in St. Joseph’s Park

Fri September 02, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Enjoying some shrimp on a stick are Wes Stasica (L) and Dave Bergstrom, both of FCL Builders.
Enjoying some shrimp on a stick are Wes Stasica (L) and Dave Bergstrom, both of FCL Builders.
Enjoying some shrimp on a stick are Wes Stasica (L) and Dave Bergstrom, both of FCL Builders. Nick Stipanovich (L) of Illinois Truck and Equipment catches up with Bill Grenchik of Hamilton Engineering during the event. Rick Mattea of Corsetti Structural Steel gets his wristband from Theresa Baker of the CAWGC. (L-R): Scott Schulz of Badger Daylighting, joins Joe Duszynski and John Johnson, both of Atlas Bobcat, for some cold beverages. (L-R) Art Schultz and Mike Llewellyn, both of FCL Builders, and Scott Russ of J. Russ & Company are glad they came out for the steak fry. (L-R): West Side Tractor Sales Co. Sales Manager Tom Stern, Scott Marietta of Crystal Sewer & Water, West Side Tractor Sales Co.’s Rental Manager Ed Reid and Sales Representative Wayne Massad are ready to go get some of the great food available. Serving up the steaks at the annual steak fry (L-R) are Steve Costello of McCann Industries, Pete Valek of Lindblad Construction, Eddie Olszta of RWC Insurance Group, and John Young of Seasons Landscaping Inc. Bart Singletary (L) of C.R. Leonard Plumbing and CAWGC Chairman Jason Cox of Cox & Sons Excavating take a break from the great food being served to talk business.

The Contractors of Will & Grundy Counties held its annual CAWGC Steak Fry Aug. 25 at St. Joseph’s Park in Joliet, Ill. This year’s event included a bean bag tournament, a 50/50 drawing to benefit United Cerebral Palsy and music provide by local deejays.




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