This week on Wine-ing about the News, Racine County Eye owner Denise Lockwood and her co-host Larry Davis talked about Kringle… The Musical? and jobs. Why wouldn’t those two things go together?

In our first segment, which lasts about a half hour, we talked to Anne Mollerskov and Ron Schultz from Over Our Head Players. They are performing “Kringle… The Musical?” starting in November at the Sixth Street Theater. You know… because who doesn’t love Kringle in Racine? So why shouldn’t there be a musical about it.

Then our second segment turns to a more serious topic, jobs and job training. Ray Koukari Jr., interim Dean of Manufacturing for Gateway Technical College, and Jeff McKeown, who owns Personnel Resources Inc., highlighted what types of manufacturing jobs will be coming to the area as a result of Foxconn Technology Group building a 20 million square-foot building in Mount Pleasant. McKeown also said that he’s seeing companies have to pay higher wages to attract and retain people because of a shortage in skilled workers.

Wine-ing about the News is produced by Racine County Eye with the help of Matt Binetti, our amazing producer, and Trudy Coombs, our marketing and sales specialist. The show this week was brought to you be Ayra’s Liquor and Cigars, 4700 Washington Ave., Uncorkt, 240 Main St., and Marcia Ricchio ReMax Newport Realty, 1020 West Blvd.

We do have a number of sponsorship opportunities available. If you are interested, please email Trudy at tcoombs@racinecountyeye.com.

By the way… we will have this posted as a downloadable podcast on Thursday. And if you have topic ideas for what you would like to see on the show, please email Racine County Eye at denise@racinecountyeye.com. We’d love to hear from you.

Don’t forget to check out our other episodes:

The Purposeful Parent: The Art Of Yelling

The Branch at 1501

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.