Kewaunee City Hall becoming warming shelter


Kewaunee residents looking for a place to stay warm during the extreme cold are getting help. The city is opening a warming site for its residents starting Wednesday, at the City Hall on 401 5th Street, Kewaunee for those who need a warm place to go.  City Administrator Fred Schnook says with wind chills dropping to minus-40 or more, the city decided to give everyone in need a place to escape the frigid conditions, even if they have transportation issues.



Schnook says Kewaunee City Hall is open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM for those looking to beat the cold.

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