Kewaunee County Historical Society showcasing new renovations

Thanks to donations like the $1,000 given by the “Hurray for Hollywood” committee from the performance two weeks ago, the Kewaunee County Historical Society has renovated the two-story museum on Ellis Street with new LED lighting and other upgrades.  Member Arletta Bertrand says the improvements over the past year have given the historic building a whole new look.



Bertrand says the annual meeting for the Kewaunee County Historical Society is in May, which will feature a presentation on the first brewing of beer in Wisconsin.

Photo submitted: From left to right Lori Klieman, Kevin Dax, Arletta Bertrand(treasurer KCHS) Kim Brezinski, Dennis Shimanek

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