An annual walk toraise money for a Kenosha animal shelter brought out dozens of dogs and their owners to the flower gardens at Lincoln Park Sunday.
At least 50 people were on hand during most of the afternoon and organizers were anticipating as many as 100 participants with their canine companions in tow. The event, which is in its fourth year, featured a mile-long walk at the park, vendors, a dog fashion show, canine olympics and a vaccination clinic.
Proceeds benefited the Safe Harbor Humane Society.
An annual walk to help raise money for a Kenosha animal shelter brought out dozens of dogs and their owners to Lincoln Park Sunday.
At least 50 people were on hand during most of the afternoon for “Walk for Paws,” and organizers were anticipating as many as 100 participants with their canines companions in tow. The fourth annual event featured a one-mile walk, with proceeds benefiting the Safe Harbor Humane Society.
There’s a new leader at the front of the UW-Parkside women’s soccer program, as Brittany Nikolic has taken the reins from longtime coach Troy Fabiano.
But the expectations remain the same.
For seniors, each and every transaction should begin with the question, “Do you have a senior discount?”
“If they don’t have one on the books, they might offer one anyway. It can’t hurt to ask,” said Paula Clark, Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center community outreach coordinator.
LAUREL — To Paul Campagna for investing in an extension of his Sazzy B’s restaurant in downtown Kenosha. The Buzz, at 5623 Sixth Ave., will offer an espresso bar, wines and local craft beers, plus cheese pairings and charcuterie. On busy evenings, the new space will provide overflow seating for Sazzy patrons. And Mike Cholak, who already owns Mike’s Chicken and Donuts, is planning another eatery along Sixth Avenue. Downtown Kenosha is thriving, with a booming restaurant and bar business along Sixth Avenue and beyond. If the next mayoral administration can provide a vision for bringing more jobs downtown and revitalizing some of its empty buildings, the city’s core could share in the growth occurring near Interstate 94.
Newspapers — and the media in general — take a lot of guff from people who accuse us of only reporting bad news.
And it’s true that much of what you’ll see on our front page and on TV news shows is grim: Murders, fires, terrorist attacks, Sen. Ted Cruz.