By Paul Schmitt
Kewaunee’s new fire museum is nearly complete. The building, which will house the city’s four historic fire apparatuses, should be completed sometime in early August. Kewaunee Fire Department Captain James Kleiman says community had a sneak peek of how it will look last weekend.
The new fire museum will include an 1884 fire truck, a 1927 American La France engine that is still operational, an 1870 chemical fire truck pumper, and a 1908 hose cart. Kleiman says the structure will be mostly glass to allow visitors to easily see the historic pieces from the outside of the museum.
(Photo by Randy Schleis)