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Fall for all

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The trees are donning their fiery suits.

The days are getting shorter.

And people are getting their yards and houses decorated in expectation for ghouls and princesses to come knocking with a cheerful “Trick or treat!”


A house full of heirlooms

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If Kenosha resident Mary Lubeck ever feels like taking a trip down memory lane, all she has to do is look around her immaculately decorated condo.

Lubeck, 84, has a treasure trove of family heirlooms.

Not one to sit still

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Editor’s note: Reprinted with permission from the October/November 2014 issue of She, a magazine for southeastern Wisconsin women. For more information, go to she-magazine.com.

Sometime before dawn, Sue Savaglio-Jarvis will be sending an email.

They’re remembering to Live A Little

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Editor’s note: Reprinted with permission from the October/November 2014 issue of She, a magazine for southeastern Wisconsin women. For more information, go to she-magazine.com.

The late Pat Lienau always had a dream of opening her own consignment boutique somewhere in downtown Kenosha.

Four-generation Ambassador

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Likely hundreds, maybe even thousands, of area residents still own and drive cars made by American Motors Corp.

But probably not many are fourth-generation owners of vehicles from the longtime former Kenosha automaker.

Off to a good start

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If she was nervous about her first full day of kindergarten at Trevor-Wilmot School on Tuesday, 5-year-old Kinlee Abell could have fooled everyone as she skipped down her street all the way to her bus stop.

Maybe it had to do with the “magical confetti” that teacher Kim Horton gave her during orientation, to place under her pillow to ensure a good night’s sleep.

A major change in perspective

Returning to the states after studying in Ireland for three and a half months, college student Megan Jekot realized she didn’t want to go into social work — she wanted to be a plumber.

Plumbing, for Jekot, translates as an undergraduate degree in political science. Experiences in Northern Ireland shifted her perspective on the best way to effect change for socially and economically disinfranchised people.

Telling their stories

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The following excerpted biographies and photos are from from Megan Jekot’s self-published booklet, “Stop, Look & Listen: Homelessness is HERE.”




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