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Bristol Progress Days to permit alcohol

Officers will permit folks to hold beer and wine coolers all through Hansen Park throughout Bristol Progress Days this 12 months on a trial foundation.

The Village Board authorised the trial final week.

In earlier years, alcohol was confined to a delegated space of the park through the occasion, which celebrates its 50th 12 months this 12 months.

The pageant, July 12-14, incorporates a carnival, reside music, sports activities tournaments, meals distributors and kids’s actions. A parade and fireworks are slated for July 14.

Mike Farrell, village president and a member of the Bristol Progress Days board, stated the privilege could be revoked on the spot if it causes points.

Trustee Carolyn Owens voiced opposition to the thought as a result of the pageant is promoted as a household occasion.

Bristol Fireplace Division internet hosting fundraiser

The Bristol Volunteer Fireman’s Affiliation is internet hosting a fundraiser from midday to six p.m. at this time at Motion Territory, 12345 75th St., in Kenosha.

A particular household pizza coupon, good through the occasion, could be discovered on the hearth affiliation or Rising with Bristol Fb pages.

With the coupon, a 16-inch pizza, six breadsticks and a pitcher of soda prices $19.75.

Proceeds from the sights can even profit the affiliation. A limiteless indoor and out of doors wristband is $20 per individual. Outside sights are open climate allowing.

A “Silver Package deal” is on the market for $eight, which incorporates one go-cart journey, one laser-tag recreation, one bumper-boat journey, limitless miniature golf and $5 in recreation play.

Veggie vouchers for seniors obtainable

The Racine Kenosha Group Motion Company senior “veggie voucher” distribution can be 2 to four p.m. Wednesday in addition to 9 to 11 a.m. June 21 on the Sharing Middle, 25700 Wilmot Street (Freeway C), in Bristol.

Seniors ages 60 and older could also be revenue eligible for this system, which supplies $25 in vouchers for use for Wisconsin-grown vegetables and fruit at taking part farm stands and farmers’ markets in Kenosha County.

For extra info name Lori or Lisa at 262-657-0840.

Group Well being Middle grand opening

The neighborhood is invited to an out of doors barbecue from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday to rejoice the grand opening of the brand new Kenosha Group Well being Middle department at 903. S. Second St. in Silver Lake.

The medical heart incorporates a foyer, 4 medical examination rooms, workplace area and a lab space on the principle ground and a behavioral well being room, three dental bays and a sterilization lab on the decrease stage.

The KCHC medical, behavioral well being and dental satellite tv for pc workplace will fill a well being care void for the underinsured and uninsured within the rural reaches of Kenosha County, chief govt officer Alan Marshall stated.

Service can be supplied on a sliding payment scale based mostly on household dimension and revenue. As a result of KCHC is a nonprofit, it could additionally waive charges relying on want as effectively.

Library slates summer season studying program

The Group Library’s summer season studying program, “A Universe of Tales,” kicks off Monday and runs by way of Aug. three.

Youngsters and adults are inspired to log their studying progress to be entered into prize drawings.

New this 12 months, all members can be entered right into a drawing for a household go (for as much as six folks) for the Timber Ridge Lodge water park in Lake Geneva

For each one hour learn, adults will obtain an entry into prize drawings. Plus they’ll earn further entries by reviewing books.

A most of 12 entries could be earned by adults.

Prizes for adults are a Kindle Fireplace eight with Alexa and a film reward card to Cinemark Tinseltown price $50.

Each hour learn (as much as 12) by teenagers nets an entry into prize drawings on the finish of the summer season, which embrace:

An Amazon Fireplace 7 Pill donated by Edenhofer Regulation Workplace

A four-wristband pack donated by Motion Territory.

A $25 Netflix reward card donated by Crawford and Wright Orthodontics.

Free pizza vouchers from Antioch Pizza in Paddock Lake.

A $10 reward certificates from Scully’s Silver Lake Grill.

4 carry passes from Wilmot Mountain.

For these in eighth grader and youthful, every bingo earned on a summer season studying bingo card counts as an entry into the drawing for costs together with:

Big stuffed animals donated Subway and BP gasoline station.

K9 officer Rex stuffed toys and bike helmets from the Twin Lakes Police Division.

A junior gardening basket from Breezy Hill Nursery.

Free children meal coupons from Invoice’s Cafe and Pizza in Twin Lakes.

A $30 reward certificates from Ruth’s Hairlines in Silver Lake.

A half-hour horseback driving lesson from Showtime Farms in Salem Lakes.

A $25 Amazon reward card donated by Crawford and Wright Orthodontics.

WEST END MEMORIAL DAY

WEST END MEMORIAL DAY

Members of the Silver Lake American Legion and VFW Posts give a gun salute on the Memorial Day service on the Schultz-Hahn American Legion Put up 293 in Silver Lake.



WEST END MEMORIAL DAY

WEST END MEMORIAL DAY

Fran Carr and husband Invoice Carr, an 86-year-old Korean Warfare veteran, watch the flag and colours go throughout Monday’s Memorial Day parade in Twin Lakes.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS KAVV LIBRARY PARK

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS KAVV LIBRARY PARK

Jim Holter, far left, and different members of the Kenosha Space Vietnam Veterans Honor Guard hearth a salute through the Kenosha Space Vietnam Veterans service honoring POW/MIAs at Library Park on Monday.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS KAVV LIBRARY PARK

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS KAVV LIBRARY PARK

Kenosha Space Vietnam Veterans service honoring POW/MIAs at Library Park on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

Bennet Clinkingbeard, second from left, Cub Scout Pack 570, holds the Navy flag earlier than the beginning of the Kenosha VFW Junker-Ball Put up 1865 flag retirement ceremony on Monday.

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

Roy Beals, Sr., second from proper, previous commander of Kenosha VFW Junker-Ball Put up 1865, locations a flag for burning throughout a flag retirement ceremony on Monday, Might 27, 2019. Beals was honored with a plaque unveiling for his service to the Put up. Manny Salas, third from left, and Dewey Linhart, proper, salute.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

Manny Salas, second from left, salutes as Roy Beals, Sr., proper, previous commander of Kenosha VFW Junker-Ball Put up 1865, locations a flag for burning throughout a flag retirement ceremony on Monday, Might 27, 2019. Beals was honored with a plaque unveiling for his service to the Put up.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS VFW 1865 FLAG RETIREMENT

Roy Beals, Sr., previous commander of Kenosha VFW Junker-Ball Put up 1865, locations a flag for burning throughout a flag retirement ceremony on Monday, Might 27, 2019. Beals was honored with a plaque unveiling for his service to the Put up.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

Jim Zeszutek, proper, commander of Navy Membership Ship 40, salutes throughout a service at Navy Park on Monday, Might 27, 2019. The Kenosha Police honor guard is behind him.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

A memorial wreath is forged into the harbor. Navy Membership Ship 40 service at Navy Park on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

Bob Brown, left, a Marine Corps veteran and Navy Membership Ship 40 chaplain, salutes the flag throughout a Ship 40 service at Navy Park on Monday. See extra Memorial Day photographs on pages A5 and A6.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

Kenosha Police honor guard fires a salute through the Navy Membership Ship 40 service at Navy Park on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

Honoring our veterans

Above, Don Burns rings the bell through the Navy Membership Ship 40 service at Navy Park on Monday. Within the picture at left, veterans Phil Morris, left, and Jon Sutter carry the colours into the American Legion Paul Herrick Put up 21 service at Inexperienced Ridge Cemetery on Monday.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

A memorial wreath is forged into the harbor. Navy Membership Ship 40 service at Navy Park on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS NAVY CLUB SHIP 40

Jack Rose throws a flower into the harbor after the Navy Membership Ship 40 service at Navy Park on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

Sue Inexperienced hugs Larry Olle, a member of the Kenosha Space Vietnam Veterans honor guard earlier than the American Legion Paul Herrick Put up 21 service at Inexperienced Ridge Cemetery Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

Hailey Reynolds holds a flag through the American Legion Paul Herrick Put up 21 service at Inexperienced Ridge Cemetery Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

Veterans Phil Morris, left, and Jon Sutter carry the colours into the American Legion Paul Herrick Put up 21 service at Inexperienced Ridge Cemetery Monday, Might 27, 2019.

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

Terry Litz, left, a U.S. Military veteran salutes with Linda Jordan through the American Legion Paul Herrick Put up 21 service at Inexperienced Ridge Cemetery Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS AMERICAN LEGION POST 21

Al Vittori, proper, salutes through the American Legion Paul Herrick Put up 21 service at Inexperienced Ridge Cemetery Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

Jared Ziegelbauer, second from left, leads a honor guard of Boy Scouts from Troop 522 through the Nice Prairie VFW 7308 service at Outdated St. Mark’s Cemetery on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

Jared Ziegelbauer, proper, leads a honor guard of Boy Scouts from Troop 522 through the Nice Prairie VFW 7308 service at Outdated St. Mark’s Cemetery on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

Kenosha Police honor guard fires a salute through the Nice Prairie VFW 7308 service at Outdated St. Mark’s Cemetery on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS PLEASANT PRAIRIE VFW 7308

Rick Janus, stated he honors the reminiscence of his father, a Vietnam Air Pressure veteran, as he performs faucets through the Nice Prairie VFW 7308 service at Outdated St. Mark’s Cemetery on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS KAVV LIBRARY PARK

MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS KAVV LIBRARY PARK

Jacob Reynolds, left, Brooklyn Reyolds and Hailey Reyolds joined their aunt Cherie Bowker, fourth from left, for the Kenosha Space Vietnam Veterans service honoring POW/MIAs at Library Park on Monday, Might 27, 2019.



MemDay 5

MemDay 5

Vietnam veterans create the Battlefield Cross throughout a Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.


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MemDay 1.JPG

Flags adorn veterans’ graves on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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1st Sgt. David Litrenta salutes through the POW/MIA ceremony, which was a part of the Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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Mary M. Kolar, secretary-designee for the Wisconsin Division of Veterans Affairs, speaks throughout a Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Wis., speaks throughout a Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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Gov. Tony Evers speaks throughout a Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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Lisa Bizler, representing Gold Star Moms, locations a wreath throughout a Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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Pastor David DeBerge delivers the benediction throughout a Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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Sgt. Tom Nachtwey performs faucets on the conclusion of the Memorial Day ceremony Sunday on the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery outdoors Union Grove.



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