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nspiration from a television show three years ago gave Jean Killinger, 70, of Fond du Lac an idea. It was a good reason to quit smoking. For about two years, she decided to knit hats and caps for the clients of the Solution Center because, “I needed something to do with my fingers.” “It’s all his fault,” she joked, referring to the support and encouragement of her husband, Gerald, in regard to knitting the hats and caps. Jean was born in Fond du Lac and lived here until she was 15 years old. At that time, she was in junior high school, and moved north to Glidden, Wis. She graduated from Glidden High School in 1962, and married Gerald in 1963. After one year of marriage, she and Gerald moved back to Fond du Lac, where he found employment. Jean attended and graduated from MPTC as a licensed practical nurse (LPN). Later she completed requirements for a registered nurse and graduated from MPTC as a RN. Jean’s professional career consisted of working at St. Francis Nursing Home as an LPN for four years, and then 19 years at St. Agnes Hospital (Agnesian Healthcare), working on the cardiac, oncology and medical units, with her final years there in the intensive care unit as a case manager. Jean officially retired at 62 years of age, and first became interested in quilting in those early retirement years. Although Jean admitted to taking sewing lessons in middle school and just one year in high school, she decided to undertake a very worthwhile project. About that time, she contacted Nancy’s Notions store in Beaver Dam. Jean requested a special pattern, which in turn was emailed to her. It was then Jean began in earnest to massproduce little colorful dresses in sizes 3 to 12. On her trusted Singer sewing machine, she created 100 plus dresses in the first year, followed by over 80 dresses the following year and then the next year she sewed 50 more dresses. Jean noted the first year, 25 of her special creations were sent to Haiti, after the big earthquake. An acquaintance delivered the dresses when she went on a church-sponsored mission trip to an orphanage. In the beginning of her project, Jean purchased a lot of the material herself by taking advantage of some great sales at Jo-Ann Fabrics. Then word of

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Pregnant women at Casa Materna try on their new dresses made by Jean Killinger. Cover photo: Jean Killinger stands next to the many dresses she created for girls in Haiti and Nicaragua.

mouth got around and before she knew it, Jean was the recipient of a lot of material and notions for her project. Barbara Lent and Kathy Simon and their friends in their quilting group got involved and helped collect more material for her. It was through Barbara and her involvement with United Hearts for Health, that the colorful dresses were distributed to clients at a medical clinic in Rosita, Nicaragua. Both Barbara and John Lent, along with many other local people from Fond du Lac, make an annual mission trip to Rosita. Jean commented, “Once, two complete strangers even offered me money for my project.” Jean added, “I was really touched.” Jean uses her own variations to make these dresses special and sometimes uses even the smallest pieces of material to individualize the dresses.

Soon Jean will resort to her improvised work room, which also serves as the laundry room, and will be turning the dining room table into a cutting area, and once again her sewing machine will be getting a good workout. Jean and Gerald are members of Holy Family Parish, and are empty nesters. She added, “Noah, really a mutt/Jack Russell type, is the love of our lives.” They are parents to three adult children and grandparents to six. While Jean has never been to Rosita, she has indirectly received many thanks for her wonderful efforts of making the dresses. Future goals are to stay healthy and keep up with her current involvements which include quilting, gardening, traveling, reading mysteries, going to the “Y” and playing cards at the senior center. She added, “We still have a big garden and together we put up a lot of jelly and jam.”

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Church, 645 Forest Ave., 2 p.m. Annual winter concert under the direction of Kris Bartelt with Georgene Antos, accompanist. A free will offering will be taken. Contact Julie at 920-922-1568, ja60phillips@yahoo.com or find us on Facebook.

3 • Lego Night – Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac, 75 W. Scott St., 4-7 p.m., $6. Ages 2-102 will enjoy our giant supply of LEGOs as we encourage creative building with a unique theme each month. The best builds will go on display. Included with general admission.

14 • Books Between Bites – Salem United Methodist Church, 120 Sheboygan St., 12:10-12:50 p.m. Enjoy a book review during lunch hour. “Growing Up Italian In The ’50s: or How Most Of Us Became Good Wise Guys,” by Thomas DePaoli, presenter. Bring a sack lunch, beverages available.

3-4 • Foot of the Lake Synchronized Skating Classic – FDL Blue Line Family Ice Center, 550 Fond du Lac Ave. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nationally-competing skating teams perform in this day-long event. 5 • Sunday Stories – Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac, 75 W. Scott St., 11:30-noon, $6. Come and be inspired by literature and listen to a story enhanced with creative dramatics and group participation.

16 • Beginner Dance Lessons – Eagles Club, 515 N. Park Ave., 7 p.m., $10. Learn waltz, tango, cha cha, rumba and more. No dance experience, partner or pre-registration required. Intermediate lesson at 8 p.m. Spectators welcome at no charge. 17 • Tour the Town Art Walk – 130 S. Main St., Downtown Fond du Lac, 5-8 p.m. Stroll historic downtown Fond du Lac the third Friday of every month. Painters, jewelry makers, mixed-media artists, cheese artisans, and every medium in between with their wares for purchase.

8 • Bridal Faire 2014 – Holiday Inn, 625 W. Rolling Meadows Dr., 4-7:30 p.m. Jewelers, florists, caterers, musicians, stenographers, printers, photographers and professional wedding planners. 17 • Pajama Party Fridays – Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac, 75 W. Scott St., 4-7 9 • Beginner Dance Lessons – p.m., $6. Party in your PJs the third Friday of every Eagles Club, 515 N. Park Ave., 7 p.m., $10. Learn waltz, month. Those who come in pajamas get $1 off general tango, cha cha, rumba and more. No dance experience, admission (adults included). partner or pre-registration required. Intermediate lesson at 8 p.m. Spectators welcome at no charge. 17-19 • Don Kohlman No-Check Hockey Tournament – FDL Blue Line 10 • Fondy Bears vs. West Bend Family Ice Center, 550 Fond du Lac Ave. Hockey at its best Hockey – FDL Blue Line Family Ice Center, 550 Fond with veterans from all different years competing for the du Lac Ave., 8 p.m., admission charged. Hard-hitting, fast- chance to win the 2014 Kohlman Cup. Featuring teams paced Great Lakes Hockey League action. from all over the Midwest. 12 • Sunday Stories – Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac, 75 W. Scott St., 11:30-noon, $6. Come and be inspired by literature and listen to a story enhanced with creative dramatics and group participation. 12 • Concert: Fond du Lac Women’s Chorus – Memorial Baptist

18 • Snowshoe the Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum – Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum, 400 University Dr., 1-3 p.m. Snowshoe while looking for animal tracks and other signs of wildlife. Examine the arboretum’s dormant trees and explore ways to identify them by looking at buds, twigs and bark. Snowshoes provided, registration required.

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18 • Candlelight Snowshoe/ Hikes – Horicon Marsh International Education Center, N7725 Highway 28 Horicon, 6-9 p.m., free admission. Hiking and snowshoeing by candlelight, roaring bonfire and complimentary warm refreshments. The Education Center will be open for people to warm up, view the 20 minute “Horicon Marsh Story,” visit the gift shop or have the kids do a fun craft to bring home at this 4th annual event. Northern Cross Science Foundation astronomers will be on site to help you view the night sky through telescopes. Snowshoes available on a first-come first-serve basis at no charge. There must be at least 6-8 inches of snow on the ground to loan out snowshoes.

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MidTown Pub, 1 North Main St. 7 p.m., $5 per person. Learn a few simple steps in salsa and bachata, two of the most popular Latin dances from the Caribbean. No partner or prior dance experience needed! Students eventually progress to the next level at 7:30 p.m. after feeling comfortable with the basics that are taught at 7 p.m. Stick around after class to practice your skills to a variety of music styles.

19 • Sunday Stories – Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac, 75 W. Scott St., 11:30-noon, $6. Come and be inspired by literature and listen to a story enhanced with creative dramatics and group participation. 23 • Beginner Dance Lessons – Eagles Club, 515 N. Park Ave., 7 p.m., $10. Learn waltz, tango, cha cha, rumba and more. No dance experience, partner or pre-registration required. Intermediate lesson at 8 p.m. Spectators welcome at no charge. 24-26 • Pee Wee B Hockey Tournament – FDL Blue Line Family Ice Center, 550 Fond du Lac Ave. Fond du Lac. 25 • Wine Around the World – Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts, 51 Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac. Reserved room dinner 5 p.m., general tasting 7 p.m. Fond du Lac Morning Rotary Club’s 21st annual signature wine tasting event offers over 100 different wines and carefully-selected beers from around the world with unlimited tastings. Silent auction and tasty hors d ‘oeuvres. Limited seating, reserve room dinner includes five-course culinary masterpieces paired with wine varieties by a featured Italian vineyard. More information. 25 • Fondy Bears vs. De Pere – FDL Blue Line Family Ice Center, 550 Fond du Lac Ave., 8 p.m., admission charged. Hard-hitting, fast-paced Great Lakes Hockey League action.

26 • Chocolate Fantasy – Knights of Columbus Hall, 795 Fond du Lac Ave., 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. A chocolate lover’s dream featuring chocolate delights to sample, dozens of gift baskets on silent auction, Festival Foods Ultimate Brownie Contest and much more! 26 • Sunday Stories – Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac, 75 W. Scott St., 11:30-noon, $6. Come and be inspired by literature and listen to a story enhanced with creative dramatics and group participation. 26 • Concert: Chamber Music – Church of Our Saviour - Lutheran ELCA, 363 South Main St., 3 p.m. Soloists and ensembles from the symphonic band, preceded by a recital on the church’s German-built tracker organ. 30 • Beginner Dance Lessons – Eagles Club, 515 N. Park Ave., 7 p.m., $10. Learn waltz, tango, cha cha, rumba and more. No dance experience, partner or pre-registration required. Intermediate lesson at 8 p.m. Spectators welcome at no charge.

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We are already looking forward to “free time� adventures when we are in Greece in April; Alaska in August; and Prague, Budapest and Vienna in September, 2014. Visit somedaytravel.com for information.

fter leading many trips to Europe, Wayne and I know our travelers need space and time to be on their own when traveling with a group. We strive to be done with our formal touring by 5 p.m. each day which in turn means returning to the hotel with a full evening to do whatever individuals like. We also include free afternoons for our traveler’s convenience. Of course, Wayne and I don’t want anyone left sitting in the hotel alone because they “don’t feel comfortable exploring on their own.� Each day we announce our plans and invite others to join us. Often times a smaller group of travelers will gather in the lobby and will all walk over to a neighborhood restaurant for dinner. For Wayne and I this time is very special and relaxing as well.

London

Some of our travelers joined us for a play. After the play, two women in group, both in their 80s, invited us to the hotel lounge for a snack and a drink. The three of us younger women looked at them and said we were exhausted and had to get our sleep. The next day our two adventurers shared that not only did they enjoy themselves,

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but a man from Scotland insisted on paying for a drink. We all had a great laugh and they were very pleased with themselves.

A group of our travelers booked a dinner show to watch Flamingo dancing. It was spellbinding – we could not take our eyes off the dancers who were so fiercely disciplined in their steps and routines. The music was raw, a lamenting of the soul and full of pain, yet thoroughly breathtaking. I had never experienced anything like it.

Scotland

We enjoyed a wonderful evening at an Edinburgh concert hall enjoying the National Orchestra of Scotland. I happened to be sitting next to a retired school teacher who attended all their concerts. She was very interested in hearing about our travel group so I had double the fun. I enjoyed the concert and my conversation with her.

England

This past spring we led a group to England and had an overnight in Stratford Upon Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace. After touring the house he was born in, we toured Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Shakespeare’s wife’s home which was surrounded by beautiful gardens. A group of us decided to attend a Shakespeare play. Unfortunately, the play turned out to be very violent. In fact, a number of us left at intermission but many stayed and shared that they were happy they did. While it was not my type of entertainment, I again felt I stretched myself a bit and that isn’t always a bad thing when you travel into another country with their different cultures. Free time is included in all of our trips and can be an opportunity to enhance your knowledge of another culture. When planning to take a trip, be sure the itinerary includes time for you to personally experience the country you’re in and that you are free to explore and enjoy on your own.

Prague

We saw a poster announcing a concert for that evening at St. Nicholas church located on their infamous square. We were seated under a huge crystal chandelier in this magnificent setting listening to the most beautiful brass horn concert. I was moved to tears with the beauty of the setting and music.

Tuscany

We stayed in Lucca, Italy, the birthplace of Giacomo Puccini. We toured his home and attended a concert in the church where Puccini played organ as a young man. We listened to opera singers perform pieces written by Puccini. One song that touched me deeply was from his opera “Madame Butterfly.� After the concert we walked onto a town square and watched couples dancing the tango to live music under the stars – a surreal experience!

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Because we care - Help is on the way

Personal Care (Short or Long Term) Homemaker Services (Short or Long Term) • Bathing • Cleaning • Meal Preparation • Laundry • Respite Care • Transportation • Companionship • Errands Equal Opportunity Employer

Happy New Year

from the Aging and Disability Center of Fond du Lac County WI-5001742588

286 18th Street • Fond du Lac

EXPERIENCE ░ 7


January Sale!

For All Your Home Medical & Respiratory Equipment Needs.

More than a fresh coat of paint … it’s a whole new experience.

s 10% Off Mom & Baby Products - SleepSacks® (Blankets/Swaddles) - Breastfeeding Supplies s 10% Off Bathroom Safety Products s $50 Off Ramps

The Macy Street Campus has undergone an amazing transformation.

HURRY, SALE ENDS JANUARY 31!

WI-5001742729

See the renovations first-hand.

Call (920) 921-9520 today for a tour.

327 Winnebago Drive, Fond du Lac (920) 926-5277 Weekdays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. agnesian.com

www.lutheranhomesfonddulac.org

CALVARY

WI-5001742665

est. 1889

CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM

We are a non-profit Christian Cemetery, serving all Faiths in the community since 1889

New Inside Addition Coming Soon!

•Chapel of the Risen Christ Mausoleum •Indoor/outdoor crypts •Niches for cremation •Cremation Garden •Monuments, and more

GRANCARE REHABILITATION CENTER

“Following recent injuries and surgery I needed rehab to help me get back on my feet. I had a prior stay at Grancare, using my Medicare days at a place providing outcome-focused care with emphasis on discharge-to-home.”

I was sure glad Grancare had an opening for me to rehab in a large private room with a 46” flat screen TV. Excellent therapy and compassionate staff got me fixed up so I could join my family in Florida before Christmas!

Dorothy Darch

686 Fond du Lac Ave., Fond du Lac, WI 54935

920-923-2202

www.calvarycemeteryfdl.com WI-5001743176

8 ░ EXPERIENCE

Darlene Hoffmann General Manager

921-6800

517 East Division Street • Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935

WI-5001742597

ACTION PUBLICATIONS ● JANUARY 2014

Experience - January 2014  

An introspective publication tailored to those mid-age and beyond.

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