By Eric Fischer
Looking to keep the “blue wave” energy and momentum going, the Kewaunee County Democratic Party will host their annual Jack Kennedy Dinner Monday, May 21st. 1st Senate District candidate Caleb Frostman and 8th Congressional District candidate Beau Legois will be in attendance to greet guests and discuss their respective campaigns. Following the dinner, a non-partisan speaker, Sara Geers, who is an attorney for the Midwest Environmental Advocates, will give a presentation about the county’s environmental issues and pending solutions. Mary Ellen Dobbins, chairperson of the Kewaunee County Democrats, says the annual dinner honors President Kennedy’s legacy because of the cooperation and open-minded thinking that occurred under his administration.
The dinner will be held at the Hotel Stebbins in Algoma beginning at 5 pm. The dinner is sold out, but those interested in the presentation are invited at 7 pm at no cost.