Posted inBusiness, Community, Local news, Non-Profits

James A. Peterson Veteran Village receives free repairs from Generac Power Systems, Racine Habitat for Humanity

RACINE – On Friday, employees from Generac Power systems volunteered their time and talents to bring a series of repairs and home improvement projects to the James A. Peterson Veteran Village. The effort was in partnership with the Racine affiliate of Habitat for Humanity of Wisconsin. The James A. Peterson Veteran Village is led by […]

Posted inKenosha Lens, Kenosha Schools, Local news, Schools

Gateway Arboriculture students give back, help Habitat for Humanity at two house sites

Gateway Technical College Arboriculture program student Sam Braun says the project he and his classmates participated in Monday offered students two opportunities – to give and to receive. Braun and his Chainsaw Safety classmates gave their time and used the skills learned in the program to fell and clear trees at a Habitat for Humanity […]

Posted inLocal news, Schools

Gateway Students Help Non-Profit, Gain Real-World Experience In Designing Homes

Gateway Technical College’s Architectural-Structural Engineering Technician program students gained some real-world career experience while helping a local nonprofit meet the needs of families seeking affordable homeownership. Students in Gateway instructor Bob Kaebisch’s fourth-semester design class were tasked with providing plans for two Habitat for Humanity homes to be built in Kenosha. The group, which advocates […]

Posted inArts & Entertainment, Culture

Discover Uptown and a whole lot more

Discover local treasures, try some ghost hunting and take in a pair of local theater productions. This weekend in Racine County has all of these things and more. Real Racine has you covered! Treasures are Uptown. If you haven’t stopped in Racine’s Uptown neighborhood lately, you’ll want to do it this Saturday. Treasures of Uptown […]

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