The city of Menomonee Falls is a special place with a rich history and a vibrant community. Robin Manke, who has lived in the town for most of her life, is dedicated to making it even better. Her store, Robin’s Nest, is filled with current fashion and artisan made clothing, with a rich history dating back to 1896.
Manke’s family history dates back to the 1890s, and she has made significant contributions to the community over the years. Recently, she received a lifetime achievement award from the Greater Menomonee Falls Foundation for her work with the Menomonee Falls Food Pantry, teaching Sunday school for 50 years, and other community initiatives.
Despite her many accomplishments, Manke remains modest and prefers to work behind the scenes. However, her dedication to Menomonee Falls and the community is evident in everything she does. She has no plans to retire yet and is excited about the upcoming festivals and events in downtown Menomonee Falls.
Molly Paulus, a lifelong friend of Robin, shared that she was thrilled about the award and proud of all that Robin had accomplished over the years. “Robin has always been committed to making this community a better place,” said Paulus. “She’s an inspiration to us all.”
As for Robin’s Nest, it continues to be a popular destination for fashion-forward shoppers looking for unique pieces that are both stylish and sustainable. The store also offers custom design services, ensuring that every customer gets exactly what they want. With its rich history and commitment to sustainability, Robin’s Nest is cemented in the future of Menomonee Falls as one of its most beloved businesses.