Second generation Freak & Geek, Joe Abbott, modeling the latest in Haute (or would it really just be "HOT"?) fire fashion. Joe has been accepted as a firefighter at the Hallie Fire Department, where he is taking some basic fire training. He is on the way to Chippewa Valley Technical College and the Fire-Medic program there next fall.
Some people make the paper. Joanna with her efforts in front of the school board. Thorston and his at home fatherhood. Andrew and his sustainability. Even myself with telecommuting. But to get three articles published in the same paper on the same day is pretty much amazing. But, as I have said, you never really know you have "made it" in life until you have been written up on the Freaks & Geeks web site. So Bill, even though I am sure you will respond by saying "Do I know you?", the Washington Post is nothing. Here is the true pinnacle of your career.
Eric "the Kubb" Anderson finally had the opportunity to put his skills to use. Eric, along with his father, made his fellow FAG members very, very proud.
Today, we salute you Eric. Congratulations!!
Freak & Geek artist, Joanna Dane will have an exhibit opening of her work at the Garage Salon on Saturday, Oct 4th from 11am - 4pm as part of the Chippewa Falls, Harvest Fest Art Walk. Join us at the Garage. Haircut not required for entry.