Time to thank Ken and Kathy Kuhl

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In 1994, when my wife and I first came to Superior, she was short a dime at Castles – Ken Kuhl reached into his pocket and gave her a dime.

She said, I’ll pay you back.”

Ken said, “Don’t worry about it.”

She paid the dime back, but that isn’t the point.

Over the next 25 years, Ken and Kathy Kuhl have provided jobs and benefits to so many in our county.

They have given work to some – especially kids – who might not have found meaningful work elsewhere.

In harsh winters – the late 1990s - people here would not have had food except for Ken and Kathy.

These are very good folks.

Please, I hope to see as many as can turn out on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Methodist Church to thank these good people for all they have done for decades for Superior.

Thank you, Ken and Kathy.

Ed Chaberek, Superior

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