Archives: September 2011

The YAP Movement

by Nathan Litt I am a YAP--a Young Appleton Professional.  I live, work, and play in Downtown Appleton and I love it!  To paraphrase a favorite saying of a longtime Appleton resident:  Downtown Appleton is the center of my universe. Age is what you make of it and while you don't have to be 25 [...Read More]

Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra Association, Inc. Names Executive Director

The Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra Association has selected a new executive director, Roseanna “Rosie” Cannizzo. She will lead all operational aspects of the adult and youth orchestras, from fund raising to ticket sales.  “Though the search was national in scope, Rosie was found, literally, in our own backyard,” said Phil Snyder, symphony Board president.  Cannizzo brings [...Read More]

Ethnic Dining Adventure at Queen Bee

by Chris Church from Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau  I first noticed the sign in the window at the Queen Bee restaurant in downtown Appleton which said they offered Afghani food on Thursdays at lunch. Because the Queen Bee is famous for its great breakfasts (you gotta try their hash browns—they’re awesome) as well [...Read More]

Octoberfest to salute fallen soldier

On Saturday, September 17th, 2011, Sgt. Garrick Louis Eppinger, Jr. of Appleton was killed while serving with the 395th Ordnance Company of the United States Army Reserve in Afghanistan. This Saturday, September 24th is Appleton's Octoberfest. While the community comes together to celebrate, time will be taken out to honor this hometown hero. Each of [...Read More]

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