1. 18 children graduate from Cops ‘N Kids program
Students enrolled in the Cops ‘N Kids Margaret Drysdale Reading Program have graduated.
18 individuals between the ages of two and four years old have been meeting weekly since September, learning reading, cooperation, arts, movement and much more.
Loren educated viewers about the nonprofit’s impact both globally and in Racine.
2. Achievements by James starts caterpillar project
Adults with disabilities enrolled in day service programs at Achievements by James, 1014 Vine St., have begun a new community caterpillar project involving painted rocks.
Loren informed viewers about the connection that the group hopes to make with the community when it comes to naming their caterpillar and how they can help it grow.
3. Racine Pride Day on June 25
The City of Racine in partnership with the LGBT Center of SE Wisconsin will celebrate Pride month and show their support for the LGBTQIA+ community on June 25.
The second annual Racine Pride Day will take place at City Hall Plaza at 730 Washington Ave from noon until 2 p.m.
Loren relayed information about the event and its significance alongside Racine’s positive role in supporting LGBTQ+ community members.
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