The Last Man club has met for the last time.
On Dec. 7, the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Kenosha’s Last Man club — comprised of veterans of World War II and the Korean conflict — met for dinner as it has for the last 58 years. As always, they met to share old stories, catch up and remember members who had passed on in the past year.
The Wisconsin Badgers season is all but over, and it has been fun to follow the progress of Kenosha’s own Melvin Gordon.
While his number, 25, has remained the same since his high school career, it has been amazing to watch him grow and see his commitment to the sport.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Jean Hoffmann loves being her family’s historian/genealogist, and her home reflects that love.
It was 33 years ago when Cindy Callow brought home her first Christmas village building, the same year her son, Joe, was born. The piece, a yellow, three-story toy store, sparked a tradition that grew to more than 300 pieces in three decades.
According to Callow, 330 is the exact number.
Editor’s note: Reprinted with permission from the final issue of She, a magazine for southeastern Wisconsin women. For more information, go to she-magazine.com.
Southeast Wisconsin Performing Arts was founded by Kathryn Peperkorn, who was a vocal teacher in the Kenosha area as well as a member of the Milwaukee Florentine Opera Company.
Another leaf has turned.
Fall is now behind us and winter is upon us; if the plummeting temperatures did not clue you in, the arrival of winter sports should.
It’s probably not that often that a family heirloom can be created out of another family heirloom, but that’s exactly what Krista Maika had done in 2007.
“When my son (Chase Maika) was born seven years ago, I was searching for a christening outfit with meaning,” said Maika, who first considered using her wedding dress or her brother’s outfit before deciding that “neither seemed to be what I was looking for.”