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POLAR BEAR SWIM

Sonny Brewsbros races out of the water during the Polar Bear Swim at Simmons Island Beach on Jan. 1, 2020.

Heather Poyner, left, plays the drum during a drum circle at the Southport Beach House on Jan. 1, 2020.

Olivia Derouin, 5, center, celebrates the new year with other children as the ball drops during the "Noon Year's Eve" party at the Southwest Library on Dec. 31, 2019. Attendees made hats and decorations and took part in games, musical activities, a scavenger hunt and a photo booth. At noon they celebrated the new year.

The final full moon of the decade, a Cold Moon, rises over Wolfenbuttel Park on Dec. 11, 2019.

Trempers Brianna Pacetti, center, battles St. Josephs Jayden Hill, bottom, for a rebound Saturday night during the Doctors of Physical Therapy Holiday Classic at Carthages Tarble Arena.

Bradfords DaQuantae Sawyer shoots over Wilmots Mason Cummings, left, and Ryan Stalker, right, during the first night of the Doctors of Physical Therapy Holiday Classic on Thursday at Carthages Tarble Arena. The Red Devils won, 82-78 in double overtime, and Sawyer scored a game-high 26 points.

Ray Santiago, left, gets a roll served up from Lauren Tully, 11, at Christ the King Church on Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019.

Jon Olson Jr. makes a Tom and Jerry drink at Swedes on Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019.

Ben Mulwana, a local musician, gets help playing Christmas songs on his guitar from Aiden Techert, 6, right, and his brother Dylan, 5, at the Comfort Inn & Suites on Monday, Dec. 23, 2019.

Delaney McCann gives apples to animals at Tiny Hooves Sanctuary in Union Grove.

A goat waits for a treat at Tiny Hooves Sanctuary, a farm animal rescue organization founded in 2015, in Union Grove. Have a photo youd like to share? Send it to newsroom@kenoshanews.com.

The Rev. Grace Cajiuat leads a carol during a multi-congregational holiday service at Wesley United Methodist Church on Sunday. See more photos from the event on page B1.

Tracy Krisor, right, lights candles in memory of three homeless people who died in 2019 during the 13th Annual National Homeless Persons Memorial Day observance at Library Park on Sunday.

Mary Baron, left, keeps the class moving during an early morning weekend start.

"Star Wars" fans Shannon and Amanda Tuckey, with their children Liam, left, Jonas and Ben, right, enter the theater to see the new "Star Wars" movie "The Rise of Skywalker" at Tinseltown on Thursday. Afterward Shannon said, "It was great," Amanda said, "I loved it. ... I cried," and Liam Tuckey added, "The best!"

Monica Cummings teaches breathing techniques to the Women in Recovery group at the Kenosha County Detention Center.

Yexeliz Banuelos, in first grade, center, smiles as she opens her gift from Santa at Frank Elementary on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019. Banuelos asked for a new school uniform for Christmas, and Santa delivered.

Swaggy T with the Milwaukee Red Bull Rim Rockers performs at Bullen Middle School for the school's winter pep assembly on Wednesday.

Grace Nelson, left, Lori Russ, Ignasio Mercado, Jay Rattle, Reign Trimarc and Alex Metalsky, far right, share a scene in A Christmas Carol.

Amber Young reacts as she opens her gift from the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department deputies and corrections officers at Wilson Elementary School on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019.

Kenosha County corrections officers hold gifts to be passed out at Wilson Elementary School on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019.

Jerome Pearson, 3, picks out toys with volunteer Ann Marie Venn during the Holiday House event on Monday, Dec. 16, 2019.

Lily Matsuoka, 11, gets help from Deputy Rolando Ortiz, with shopping for her dad during the Shop with a Deputy event. at Meijer on Sunday.

Ceceilia Hunter, 5, smiles as she pushes her cart with Deputy Ray Rowe during the Shop with a Deputy event at Meijer on Sunday.

Tanya Koscinsky, left, helps Ethan Powers and Chloe Williams, both juniors, with housing options during the Reality Check event at Tremper High School on Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019.

Brooke Clements, a junior, center, discusses the cost of child care during the Reality Check event.

Tim Lewis, a member of the Kenosha firefighters CARE group, right, gets ornaments ready with decorator Eve Mumenthaler for the Christmas tree for the upcoming Goodfellows event at UW-Parkside. The annual Goodfellows fundraising dinner is 5 to 9 p.m. today in the Student Center Ballroom at Parkside. The event, which includes live and silent auctions and raffles, raises funds to help children in need. One of the events for which Goodfellows provides major funding is the Holiday House Christmas Toy and Food Basket distribution, which will be Dec. 16-18. For more information on that event, turn to page A3.

Penny Schaubel, of new Leaf Designs, left, helps Carol Hailey with a hat during the Working Artists Sale at the Union Club on Sunday.

A NEW BEGINNING

Katie Erickson, right, receives flowers from fellow drug court graduate Jamie Rightmire on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019. Erickson graduated from the program Dec. 4, and Rightmire graduated this past February. Have a photo you'd like to share? Send it to newsroom@kenoshanews.com.

Chef Danielle Weybright instructs kitchen staff at Sazzy B. She appeared on Guys Grocery Games, a Food Network production, earlier this month.

Chris Allen, executive director of the Kenosha History Center, shows a new exhibit featuring designs of concept cars.

Jacob Czaplicki, right, and James Shehada, owner of the restaurant, second from left, take orders from Tiffany Adams, left and Krsytal Smith at Trolley Dogs on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019.

From left, Rickhi Edwards, 5, Success Johnson, 10, Samieon Edwards, 7, and Rhanaija Adams, 14, enjoy hot dogs and fries at Trolley Dogs on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019.

Allie Preston, 6, studies a table display with her dad, Russell, at the Durkee Mansion on the opening day of the annual Christmas at Kemper. Tours are available Saturday and Sunday at the Kemper Center.

Patrons check out the display Tom Preston made at the Gallery of Trees event at the Kemper Center on Sunday.

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