Here are photos I've received so far from the 50 Year Class Reunion. Sorry for no background music; copyright law prevents it. You'll just have to play your favorite 60s song while viewing. I know many attendees aren't in these photos. Please email me any photos you took with your phones that you would like included. FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO DON'T WATCH VIDEOS OFTEN, AFTER YOU CLICK THE ARROW IN THE CENTER OF THE SCREEN TO START THE SLIDE SHOW, IF YOU HOVER YOUR MOUSE OVER THE PHOTOS, THERE IS A LITTLE SQUARE IN THE LOWER RIGHT CORNER YOU CAN LEFT CLICK ON TO MAKE THE PHOTOS COVER YOUR ENTIRE SCREEN.
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6/9/2019 Deceased Class Members
We've lost 3 classmates in the past month: Tod Leiteritz on May 10, 2019, Susan (Sloggett) Holdorf on May 20, 2019 and Wayne Free on June 5, 2019. Our condolences go out to their families.
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1/14/2013 How Manitowoc was selected as the hometown in The Prince and Me.
You or one of your children may have seen The Prince and Me, a 2004 romantic comedy about a Danish prince who attends the University of Wisconsin and falls in love with Paige Morgan. In the
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11/16/2010 Manitowoc Named 2nd Best Place in America to Raise a Family!
Forbes Magazine has named our own Manitowoc, Wisconsin as the second best place in America to raise a family!! (What, we're not No. 1?) The article was posted in the online edition only.
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My life has taken me in many different and interesting directions. Found a fulfilling vocation when I enlisted in the Two Rivers unit of the Wisconsin Army National Guard shortly after graduation. Within three years, was working full time as a federal employee. Attended the WI Military Academy and earned a commission as a Second Lieutenant in 1977. Spent most of my career at the Joint Force HQ in Madison area with a short two year stint in Framingham, MA and two deployments to Europe. Worked throughout WI in many varied and interesting roles. Have lived in Madison, Cedarburg, Oak Creek, Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, Appleton. Was an ROTC instructor at UW-Stevens Point. Retired as Wisconsin National Guard HR Director and Army Colonel 31 Dec 04. Since then, spent four years working in DC area. Was fired from my job as author/lead instructor at US Army's Force Management School at Ft Belvoir, VA when I started living authentically in 2007. Spent three years, post transition, as Sr Analyst at HQ, Dept of Army at Pentagon (2008-2010). Was the Regional HR Dir for US Forest Service in Golden CO (2010-2013). Retired Aug 2013, returned to DeForest, WI to be near my two children and three grandchildren. Volunteering as a Civil Rights advocate at local, state, regional and national levels; working to reduce discrimination and violence against the LGBTQ community. Was first female infantry officer recognized by US Army in 2015 (there are now a dozen). First infantry female to wear the uniform at the Pentagon and White House. Have appeared on CNN, MSNBC and Al-Jazeera America. Published in Washington Post, NY Times and LA Times. Shared my story in numerous print articles and spoken coast to coast. Currently Vice Chair of Fair WI Educ Fund and member of ACLU-WI Board of Directors. Currently a doctoral student at Cardinal Stritch Univ, Milwaukee. I enjoy golf, biking and spend winters in the Palm Springs area and warmer months in Madison.
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Lincoln High School named most beautiful high school in Wisconsin!
Manitowoc’s own Lincoln High School was named the most beautiful public school in Wisconsin by Architectural Digest.
The international design magazine posted their list of the most beautiful public schools in each state Sept. 12. The list included Michigan’s Grosse Pointe South High School in Grosse Pointe, Hibbing High School in Hibbing, Minnesota, and Lake Forest High School in Lake Forest, Illinois.
“We are definitely honored to be recognized,” said Manitowoc Schools Superintendent Mark Holzman. “Lincoln High School is a proud part of the community.”
The school was built in 1923 by Jens Jensen, a Danish-American landscape architect who is known for his work on Chicago parks.
The high school is the oldest standing public high school in Wisconsin. Many recognize it by the main tower, built in the Gothic style. The tower was closed for safety reasons, but occasional tours allow students and members of the community to climb to the top and explore the empty rooms. Manitowoc H-T-R 9/15/17 charset="UTF-8">
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