Our view: 'Some warm clothes and a hug from Arnetta'
DARTS & LAURELS

Our view: 'Some warm clothes and a hug from Arnetta'

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GOD'S KITCHEN THANKSGIVING

Arnetta Griffin smiles as she is recognized during a Thanksgiving dinner organized by God’s Kitchen and St. Luke’s Lutheran Church on Saturday.

LAUREL — To Arnetta Griffin and the God’s Kitchen food ministry, which she founded in 2017 and now has a permanent home at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 6700 30th Ave. Hundreds of residents enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal served up by God’s Kitchen last Saturday. They also had access to free clothes and personal hygiene items. “I got some warm clothes,” said Shelly Howard, “and a hug from Arnetta.”

LAUREL — To recipients of the Howard J. Brown Family Leader of Literacy Awards, presented by the Kenosha Literacy Council. Congratulations to the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha and Jennie Tunkieicz, chief of staff for County Executive Jim Kreuser. “The recipients of this prestigious award epitomize what is good about Kenosha,” said Cheryl Hernandez, KLC executive director.

DART — To an incident at the Wendy’s, 4420 52nd St., when a special needs group was asked to leave by a manager. The group, from the Kenosha Achievement Center, was eating lunch there and a young man, who is non-verbal, made noises in wanting a soda. “I just can’t believe that they would handle a situation like that,” said Diane Procarione of Pleasant Prairie. “These kids are a threat to no one.”

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