Albert and Roy Koski, Aura, MI owned the boat from 1954 to 1971, replaced the Kahlenberg with a 165 hp. In 1971 they sold the boat to James Wiita, Lake Linden, MI.
The act itself is a very personal decision that is almost always a nerve-wrecking experience.
As a Catholic organization, Courage supposedly loves the sinner, but not the sin.
Instead of “conversion therapy,” Courage’s first goal is to have participants live chaste lives in accordance with the Roman Catholic Church’s teachings on homosexuality.
Active in the fish buying trade among the Apostle Islands, and also engaged in the herring fishery in the late 1800s until it capsized and sank between Basswood Island and Madeline Island in 1905. The boat has once again been renamed, this time becoming PEGGY S. Bodin Fisheries, Bayfield, WI bought the boat in 1979, and after a year of unsuccessful trawling sold the boat to Alan Newago, Bayfield, WI in 1982. William Evanow, Cornucopia, owned the boat in 1975, later selling her to Donald Day, Bayfield, WI.
in 1933 for Port Fish Co.(Smith Bros.) Port Washington, WI. In the mid-1940s the boat was owned by Rudolph Kallianen, Chassell, MI. In 2000 Anderson sold the boat to Steve Slupik, Kenosha, WI. Converted to trawling, the boat was re-powered with a GM 6-71 diesel. vessel, a double ender modeled after the larger MINNEMAC, was equipped with a Caterpillar D4600 diesel.