Yesterday, March 16, 2017, we were honored to attend the Springs at Kenosha Apartments Ribbon Cutting and take a tour of the new community. Springs at Kenosha is a pet-friendly, multifamily community, with 280 apartments covering 26 acres of land. The buildings will provide a townhouse-style approach to apartment living with a private, ground-level entrance for each home. The community is fenced and gated and offers two dog parks, concierge garbage service, a swimming pool, and a friendly clubhouse for residents to socialize.
Springs at Kenosha
12742 71st Street
Kenosha, WI 53142
Today we had the sweet honor of attending the Ribbon Cutting for Myrtle Mae’s Sugar Emporium in Downtown Kenosha. In honor of Pi Day, owner Kelly Deem had the Ribbon Cutting on 3.14 at 1:59pm. Myrtle Mae’s is a specialty dessert shop whose menu will include Specialty Chocolates and Candies, Ice Cream, Build Your Own Cookie Dough Bar, Pie Ala Mode, and delicious signature items like “Sounds Delicious” – an ice cream and pie sandwich; Pie Shakes – as seen at Kenosha HarborMarket, featuring ice cream and homemade pie; M4 – Myrtle Mae’s Maple Mixer coffee beverage with maple syrup and vanilla bean cream; and custom Root Beer Floats.
5819 6th Avenue
Kenosha WI 53140
Congratulations to Good Value Pharmacy on their move to a larger location! They’re now on 39th Avenue, just North of Washington Road. Good Value Pharmacy, previously Larsen-Mayer Pharmacy, has been locally-owned and independent in Kenosha for over 100 years! They offer caring, personal service and deliver prescriptions to your home for free. They carry a full range of personal care products and have a mini dollar store too. Good Value Pharmacy accepts most insurance plans and can easily transfer your prescriptions from another pharmacy. Stop by and experience the customer service that only an independent pharmacy can offer!
Good Value Pharmacy
3825 39th Ave #100
Kenosha, WI 53144
Mon – Fri: 9am – 7pm
Sat – Sun: 9am – 3pm
Building Our Future is a broad based, community collaboration that aims to improve educational outcomes for every child in Kenosha County, cradle-to-career. Using a data driven process that focuses resources on high impact strategies, Building Our Future will better position our children for a successful future.
They are looking for top talent to deliver upon its mission of connecting community resources and voices to ensure student success. Please pass along these position descriptions to qualified individuals—or submit an application for yourself!
The theme of the February 2017 Leadership Kenosha class was,”You Either Lead By Example or You Don’t Lead At All,” which explored the Kenosha business climate, while learning about local businesses, and discussed the skills needed to lead the process of change.
The meeting was hosted by ULINE at their Pleasant Prairie headquarters and featured a tour and overview of the companies’ tremendous growth. The day included a panel on Business and Economic Development in Kenosha County, lunch with Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser, a presentation by Esther Letven on how to manage and get through change in your life (which the class agreed that this helped us not only to deal with our staff and coworkers in times of change or transition, but also helped realize for ourselves what we need to do ourselves as leaders in times of change), and the final piece of the day: a discussion and a hand-on activity presented by our Leadership Kenosha classmates, Tom, Amanda and Jennifer. Their presentation was on “Leading by Example” and demonstrated that to be a good leader, you need to be supportive with your team and help guide them to success.
This month’s class was a good one, teaching us all that to be good leaders we need to show the way, and also be willing and able to deal with change as it comes our way!
Submission from Leadership Kenosha classmate Colleen Myers employed by Kenosha News