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A lasting legacy
After 43 years, Marge Klinzing is stepping away from Parks & Recreation post
Jane Swiggum, left, dresses up as different characters for the holidays and face paints, does bubbles, balloon sculpturing, does magic, storytelling and has provided entertainment over the years to the children. Marge Klinzing called this one of her favorite photos in her time working for the City of Monroe. “I love her energy and hope I have the same energy she does in 15 more years,” Klinzing said of Swiggum.
MONROE — One of the City of Monroe’s longest tenured employees is leaving her post in less than two weeks. Marge Klinzing, a fixture in the Parks and Recreation Department for 43 years, is retiring Feb. 1.