Manitowoc Ships Pride!

Welcome, Ships, to your very own Manitowoc Nation.
The Manitowoc Nation is for alumni, community members, businesses, students, staff, friends, family and supporters of Ships (and those aspiring to be future Ships).

MPSD-nation-fans.jpgWe are your trusted source of information about what's happening with your fellow Ships, Nation events, reunions and celebrations of our current and alumni students and staff. Alumni can share class reunion and class notes information on the Nation website. Community partnerships, such as youth apprenticeships and other job, career and networking opportunities, also can be shared here.

We invite you to join the Manitowoc Nation today! It's free and a great way to show your #ShipsPride. Students, staff, alumni and the community are part of an exceptional legacy that began when Lincoln High opened its doors on Lake Michigan in 1924. (The school district's roots date back to 1850: read more.) The Nation and its members work to support the Ships and each other.

Learn more about opportunities to support the Nation by clicking the Join tab to volunteer. Please keep information up-to-date and remain active in our Manitowoc community. Share your ideas here.

Thank you for your support. We look forward to building a vibrant Manitowoc Nation! 

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    Kaminski Leaves Long Legacy

    The greater Manitowoc community and Lincoln High School suffered a major loss with the passing this month of Ronald Kaminski, 75, Lincoln alumnus, lawyer, actor, musician, businessman and all-around Manitowoc civic booster. The statue of President Abraham Lincoln in front of LHS? Thank Ron and the Class of 1961 which Ron led as class president. The revival and restoration of the Capitol Civic Centre? Wouldn't have happened without Ron's help. The opening of the Little Sandwich Theater and The Sting bar and grill with its Jazz Arts Festival? Credit again to Ron's vision and hard work.  Read more about Ron's legacy in this Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter story. "Ron will be sorely missed," community volunteer Tom Drill told HTR. "No one, in this community that we love, has done as much as Ron did to raise the community up."  A memorial service for Kaminski, who died July 9, was held at July 24 at the Capitol Civic Centre. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the family at www.pfefferfuneralhome.com.
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    Celebrate New Rubick Field Aug. 23

    After more than a year of volunteer efforts and private fundraising, the renovation of our historic community Rubick Field will be "unveiled" at a Recognition Night event August 23. Major donors who made the project possible - including new east side bleachers, new lights, a refurbished track and new turf field - will be honored at 5 p.m. in the south end zone.  At 7 p.m. the Lincoln SHIPS varsity football team will take on Green Bay Preble at the home opener at Rubick Field.  Join us to see the improvements and cheer on our players!! #ShipsPride!
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