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Artists from American Lutheran Communities share lifetime of creations at Heritage Museum in Menomonie

Posted 4/5/2018

Local artists residing at American Lutheran Communities in Menomonie, William and Shirley Siegel Schulman, are sharing their life artwork. The married couples’ hand crafted pieces of art span across half a century at the Rassbach Heritage Museum in Menomonie. 
“The community has such an amazing opportunity to see the Schulman’s life work. I would encourage anyone in the Menomonie area to visit the Museum for this exhibit,” said Betsy Henck, American Lutheran Communities-Menomonie Administrator. 
The Schulman’s artwork which portrays various media and subject matter is being presented as a gallery on behalf of the Dunn County Historical Society and marks the sixteenth time the couple has shared a dual art exhibition.
The Rassbach Heritage Museum is hosting an open house for the Schulman’s artwork on Saturday, April 7 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and the exhibit is available for museum visitors until the end of September. 
Henck says, “William and Shirley are two very talented individuals. We are proud to have such creativity and local talent here at American Lutheran Communities.”
American Lutheran Communities operates Autumn Village Assisted Living and American Lutheran Communities-Menomonie, as well as American Lutheran Communities-Mondovi and Hillview Senior Living. For more information, visit

American Lutheran Communities has been helping our friends and neighbors in communities all over western Wisconsin since 1949. The non-profit organization specializes in rehabilitation, assisted living and skilled nursing at American Lutheran Communities - Menomonie and Autumn Village Assisted Living in Menomonie and American Lutheran Communities - Mondovi and Hillview Senior Living located in Mondovi.