Highland Howie's Pub & Grill, a popular east-side eatery, has jumped the bay to Suamico.
Highland Howie's Suamico opened about a month ago in the former Neighbor's Pub & Grill building, 13230 Velp Ave.
"We had a lot of people that came from the west side. They loved the food, but it's just too far to drive these days," said Howard Johnston, who founded Highland Howie's 18 years ago.
Howie's in Suamico is owned by Johnston, Mike Lendarduzzi and Scott Flaeschel. Tom Richards is the general manager.
The east-side Howie's, 3605 Humboldt Road, Green Bay, is owned by Johnston and Bob Kiehnau, who is the manager there.
Johnston said the menu in Suamico is a bit more upscale than at the original Howie's, though there are some duplicate items.
The Suamico Howie's has a capacity for 200 people, compared with 130 on Humboldt Road.
"There's more volume out there," Johnston said of the Suamico establishment. "It's growing."
Suamico restaurant hours are 3 to 10 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. The telephone number is (920) 784-2900.
Mary Guldan-Lindstrom of FOCUS CPA Inc. wants to decorate her office Christmas tree with toothbrushes, tubes of toothpaste and dental floss.
Guldan-Lindstrom is collecting items and raising money for the Brown County Oral Health Partnership, which provides dental services for low-income students from Head Start through age 18. The partnership serves more than 10,000 children annually with more than 22,500 dental appointments and 32,000 toothbrushes.
She also is selling tooth fairy tree ornaments and accepting monetary donations for the partnership.
Donations can be made to FOCUS CPA, 117 Packerland Drive, Green Bay, 54303.
For information, contact Guldan-Lindstrom at (920) 351-4842 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Brown County Oral Health Partnership has 30 employees and operates permanent dental clinics at Howe Elementary School, 525 S. Madison St., and the Salvation Army's Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center, 1315 Lime Kiln Road. The partnership also operates three portable clinics that travel to Green Bay area schools, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and Boys & Girls Club locations.