In 2023, Lincoln High School will be 100 years old! With special thanks to the Manitowoc County Historical Society, here is a look at how it all started back in 1923.
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54 Year Reunion Announcement!
2022 - 5:00 pm
The Fat Seagull, 807 Quay Street
In these times of high inflation, it's still: Zero, Zip, Nada
These classmates have responded they are planning to attend the Mini-Reunion:
Sue (Martin) Schultz
Kathy (Bachnik) Larson
Pat (Tadych) Nelson
Frank Meidl (and Ann)
Sue (Leist) Mueller
Ann (Waak) Krueger
Mary (Neilitz) Henner
Barb (Ronsman) Maertz
Mary Jane (Bennington) Bahr (and Mike)
Shelley (Binns) Wilka (and Jim)
Pat (Paddock) Czubkowski
Cindy (Denning) Comstock
6/1/2022 Gary Drohman Obituary
Sad news. We lost my favorite teacher during our days at Lincoln High, Gary Drohman. It wasn't easy to make Physics fun, but he did it in style. Here is Mr. Drohman's obituary:
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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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I've had an enjoyable life but with a few ups and downs. I managed to get a BS and MS in Agricultural Economics from Southern Illinois University and also did the course work for a PhD in Ag Econ at MSU (I escaped with my sanity though before I did my dissertation). I've worked for three universities (Louisiana State, University of Missouri, and Ohio State). When I wasn't doing that I worked and lived in several different countries for about about 12 years doing international development work. Those countries include Botswana, Zimbabwe, Armenia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Iraq, Afghanistan, Ghana, Guinea, and Nigeria. I did most of that work for USDA and the State Department. I have traveled and visited many more countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. I also worked as the Executive Director of the Ohio Farmers Union for a while. I'm mostly retired now but still do a couple of international consulting assignments each year.
I've traveled a lot of miles in my life and have seen a lot of the world, but I have to say that there is no place like home. I really enjoy our reunions and getting together with friends that I grew up with. I feel that, in a sense, we are all brothers and sisters that grew up together, and now we are getting old together.
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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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