Better Living

Food & Mood

In the most basic terms, food is fuel, and the quality of the food that you use to fuel your body matters.

A Noble Calling

The Kansasville Fire House also doubles as the hands-on school for Gateway Technical College’s Firefighter 1 class, the required course for all state- certified career and volunteer firefighters.

Beyond the Winter Blues

Although winter can be fun and magical, many struggle with the lack of sunlight and experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

Woman on a Mission

Betty Aguirre, founder of Walworth County Adult Special Olympics program, dedicates life to making a difference.

In the Spotlight

The Big Foot Community Fine Arts Foundation brings artistic experiences to students and the community alike.

bike and girl in Lake Geneva

Time to Gear Up

Whether you’re an avid bicyclist or you’ve recently been inspired to take up the sport, local specialty bike stores offer a personalized experience like nowhere else.

Making A World of Difference

Lake Geneva Jaycees benefit the community one fundraiser at a time. The nonprofit, which is a fully sanctioned chapter of the Wisconsin Junior Chamber International, has served the community since 1962.

Dental Care on the Move

A collaborative effort between Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Department of Health Services and Delta Dental of Wisconsin, the Seal-A-Smile program provides oral health education, screening, sealant placement and fluoride varnish application free of charge to elementary school students.

Holistic Healing and Prevention

Education is key to helping the community understand that the heart of the acupuncture model is about health prevention. Local acupuncture practitioner Cindy Campbell truly believes people need both Western and Eastern medicinal approaches.

Creativity Unleashed at Studio 84

Studio 84 is a nonprofit art studio that provides visual arts experiences for the community, with an emphasis on working with individuals with autism, physical disabilities, cognitive limitations and mental illness, creating an environment of inclusion whenever possible.

Steps for Success

Look around: Chances are, most people are wearing some sort of fitness tracker. And for the most part, that’s a good thing.