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Coming to Neenah is like coming home. Quietly nestled along the shores of Lake Winnebago, Neenah is a friendly, spirited "hometown," where life is safe, comfortable, and secure. Here you'll enjoy the lifestyle of small town America and the convenience of living in the Fox Cities metropolitan area, the fastest growing urban center in Wisconsin.

The Neenah Lighthouse is situated where the "Old Council Tree" once stood for many years. The Old Council Tree was where the native Menominee Indians would gather for pow-wows. The land where the lighthouse is located (Kimberly Point) was donated by Mrs. Helen Kimberly Stuart (of Kimberly-Clark fame) in 1929.

As America once again unifies under this great man, I hope we will all remember the commandment of God, which is found in II Timothy 2:1-3 ... "I exhort, therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For Kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peacable life in all godliness and honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour".

Never lose sight of the fact that the most important yardstick of your success will be how you treat other people...your family, friends and co-workers and even strangers you meet along the way.

Barbara Bush

....even little cowboys can grow up to be...President

Walker's Point, Kennebunkport, ME

The summer compound of George and Barbara Bush, Walker Point is an isolated and heavily protected spit of land along the scenic coast of Southern Maine. Visitors may see the house from a cruise boat at a safe distance or view from near Spouting Rock (see listing) along Route 1A. Don't go too close by water or vehicle since Coast Guard and Secret Service agents are on constant alert since son G.W. Bush became President.

Photo courtesy of Robert Dennis.

"I never dreamed about being President when I was growing up. I wanted to be Willie Mays."

George W. Bush

  Name: Jacob, age 6 and Noah, age 5
  Hometown: Fort Campbell
     Hi Daddy. It’s me, Jacob. Mommy told me to tell you what I want to. I want to say that I miss you and could you come home for my birthday? I know your job is very important and I am proud of you. I wear my flag everyday so people will know I am so proud of you. I don’t have bad dreams now because I know you are getting the bad guys. Please stay safe over there because we need you to come home so Mommy won’t be sad and cry at night. She talks about you all the time to all her friends and she smiles so much when we get letters from you. Hope you and your friends are together. I love you Daddy and I miss your voice at bedtime. I miss you hugging us when we get booboos and mostly I miss the way you throw me and Noah in the air. Come home safely Daddy.

     It’s me, Noah. Mommy wants me to tell you about school. I am doing good, but I cry sometimes when my friends’ Daddies pick them up from school. I know you are coming home because you are the strongest daddy over there. I still have some bad dreams but Mommy makes them better when she tells me about how you got all them bad guys. You are protecting us and making us safe, Mommy said.

     She misses you almost as much as me and Jake do. She wears a pin that says “Chris” on it all the time. She even wears your tag things...they are ugly. If you are coming home for Jake’s birthday, will you bring me a glow stick for my birthday? I miss you, Daddy, and I want you to come home because Mommy isn’t strong enough to throw me in the air. And she doesn’t tell the stories right at bedtime. She is a good mommy but you need to teach her how to do the monster sounds. Well, Miss Irene wants to send this so you can read it. Don’t tell Mommy that she can’t read, you will hurt her feelings. I love you Daddy and I can’t wait to see you again. Love, Noah.

MSNBC Army Family Journal - Letters From Home