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  2. Walden III Middle and High School - Wikipedia

    Walden III Middle and High School is a middle and high school in Racine, Wisconsin that offers alternative education. Walden is one of the Racine Unified School District 's two magnet schools for secondary students, alongside the REAL School.

  3. Racine Unified School District - Wikipedia

    Racine Unified School District ( RUSD) is a school district serving the eastern portion of Racine County, Wisconsin. It encompasses a 100 sq mi (260 km 2) area, and serves the city of Racine and six other towns and villages, which had a combined population of 139,193 at the 2010 census. [original research?]

  4. Memorial Hall (Racine, Wisconsin) - Wikipedia

    80000177. Added to NRHP. 10 April 1980. Memorial Hall is a convention and meeting hall built in 1924–25 in downtown Racine, Wisconsin. [1] It is operated by the Racine Civic Center. [2] It was given to the city as a gift by William Horlick, the original patent holder of malted milk. [3] The hall has played host to Barack Obama, John McCain ...

  5. List of people from Racine, Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    Don Penza, former Mayor of Wisconsin Rapids, WI, All-American collegian football player, legendary football coach; George Petak, Wisconsin politician; P. Walter Petersen, Wisconsin politician; Kimberly Plache, Wisconsin politician; James F. Rooney, Wisconsin legislator, former Chairman of the Wisconsin Waterways Commission

  6. Racine, Wisconsin - Wikipedia,_Wisconsin

    Racine ( / rʌˈsiːn / ruh-SEEN) [8] is a city in and the county seat of Racine County, Wisconsin, United States. It is located on the shore of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Root River. [9] Racine is situated 22 miles (35 km) south of Milwaukee and approximately 60 miles (100 km) north of Chicago.

  7. List of arts and culture resources in Racine, Wisconsin

    Preservation Racine is a nonprofit organization established in 1973 to identify and actively encourage the preservation of buildings, sites, and districts in the Racine, Wisconsin area which have historical, architectural, and cultural value. The organization holds an annual tour of historic buildings to raise awareness and money for its mission.

  8. Samuel Curtis Johnson Jr. - Wikipedia

    Downtown Racine, Wisconsin [ edit] Johnson took part in the organization of the Downtown Racine Development Corporation in the 1980s, a community effort to restore the historic downtown area of the city which is the hometown of Johnson and his companies.