The Racine Roundup aired on TMJ4 during the 4 O’Clock news on Thursday, May 18. This week, Racine County Eye editor Loren Lamoreaux discussed various community happenings around Racine County with TMJ4 anchors Ryan Jenkins and Susan Kim.
1. Dunk A Cop Reading Challenge
Lamoreaux and the anchors at TMJ4 at discussed the Dunk A Cop Reading Challenge.
The leading force behind the Dunk A Cop Reading Challenge is Ofc. Travis Brady of the Anthony Lane COP House.
Wadewitz Elementary students have the opportunity to read with the added bonus of winning a chance to dunk a cop in a dunk tank on June 5.
2. Business Spotlight: World of Bridal Anahi
Next up, the Racine Roundup covered the Business Spotlight: World of Bridal Anahi.
This business has been operating in Racine for 17 years, but this spring, they made the move to Mount Pleasant.
At the store, they offer a wide variety of formalwear and accessories as a way to provide the community with a local place to shop.
3. Wisco Spotlight
The team at the Racine County Eye has been busily gathering the best of Racine County events, fairs, camping, fishing, boating, and more for your summertime fun. This e-magazine has museums, restaurants, and hotels; we even tell you about a bat walk that is available.
We will be adding more things to do, places to go, and food to eat each month to keep you busy this summer.
Check out our new digital magazine and choose your next adventure in Racine County with our Wisco Spotlight.
About the segment
Each week a Racine County Eye staff member will share in-depth information on select stories from the week in our collaboration we call the Racine Roundup.
These stories have been curated to highlight what’s happening throughout Racine County, and sometimes Kenosha County as well. The Racine Roundup will focus on providing solution-based journalism to viewers in Racine, Kenosha and Milwaukee Counties and more, reaching a larger audience throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
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