A huge congratulations to the students of LakeView Technology Academy’s Super Mileage Vehicle Club for their new state record for the endurance competition in Electrathon Racing on May 3rd and a huge thanks for the fantastic Kenosha Lighthouse artwork for our new office! These students work hard and continue that work after school. Materials and competitions are not cheap, so they are selling their Kenosha Lighthouse artwork for $30.00 each. If you are interested in ordering one, call Jacob Jones at (262) 960-9432 or email email@example.com.
This after-school engineering club offers students the opportunity to address energy consumption and is designed to help come up with solutions to the world’s energy dependency. Through the use of alternative fuels, vehicle configurations, and advanced materials the club strives to create vehicles that will achieve maximum mileage with minimum energy sources. The students stay after school all year and learn many skills including welding, metal fabrication, and small engine maintenance.
Since 1963, National Small Business Week has celebrated small business for helping to grow the economy, create jobs, and foster innovation.
America’s 30 million small businesses are central to our economy and our communities. Their courageous innovation makes our cities and towns vibrant places to live, work, and raise families. Small businesses employ almost 59 million workers, more than one-third of our country’s labor force. These companies foster environments that reward problem solving and accountability, enabling workers to develop skills and valuable hands-on experience that propel their careers.
The success of our small businesses depends on leadership and vision from all perspectives and backgrounds. Approximately 10 million American small businesses are women-owned; 29 percent are minority-owned; and nearly 10 percent are veteran-owned.
Small business owners create jobs, foster innovation, and make our community unique. We encourage everyone in the Kenosha Area to support small businesses and shop local!
We celebrated the Grand Re-Opening of Feed and Seed Station, owned by Jerry Smith Pumpkin Farm, on Saturday, May 4th. Feed & Seed Station has continued the feed and seed tradition with a great variety that also includes gourmet dog food, cat food, food and houses for our feathered friends, salt licks and feed corn for deer hunters, and also carries your lawn care supplies. New to the Feed & Seed Station is Amy’s Boutique, offering unique household goods and decor. Stop by and see all they offer!
Feed & Seed Station
7115 38th Street
Kenosha WI 53144
Centrisys/CNP, Kenosha, Wisconsin, announced that it has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan with its 2019 North American Product Leadership Award for its PONDUS thermal hydrolysis process. The award recognizes the quality of the solution and the customer value enhancements it enables.
With the PONDUS TCHP product, Centrisys allows the North American sludge treatment industry to not only accelerate the sustainability of anaerobic digestion but also to significantly enhance the thermal hydrolysis process.
Seth Cutler, Frost & Sullivan’s principal consultant, said “Through chemical reaction, the caustic soda breaks down cell membranes in the sludge as effective as steam. As a result, PONDUS TCHP offers operational simplicity avoids further personnel training and decreases the process carbon footprint.” (more…)
The whole business community is invited to join the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce for open, social networking bright and early! Enjoy a light breakfast while expanding your network downtown at the Wyndham Garden Hotel from 7am until 9am.
Cost of entry is $5 for Chamber members and $10 for non-members.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
7:00am – 9:00am
Wyndham Garden Kenosha Harborside
5125 6th Avenue, Kenosha