This week, the Racine Roundup discussed the Wings to Fly program, the opening of two new businesses under one roof, and finally, a story on the upcoming race that will determine who is the fastest athlete in Racine County.
Wings to Fly in Racine
Widmar started off this week’s roundup with a reflection on last weekend in Racine County when the Wings to Fly program took flight in Racine for the second year.
The Racine Police Department, under the direction of Ofc. Brady, along with his aunt, the program’s founder, got things running in Racine.
On Sept. 30, students in the area, who are primarily female and those who are people of color, got a first-hand look at life in aviation.
Business Spotlight: Salas Studios
The next story featured the Salas family and their new business, which features Salas Photography and Fatboi Tattoo.
David and his son Jessie hope to provide Racine with a place where multiple artistic services can be explored.
This new business will kick off its grand opening on Oct. 7.
The Fastest Athlete
The segment rounded out with a spotlight on the upcoming race that will determine who is the fastest athlete in Racine County.
The anchors and Emma shared a handful of laughs as they reflected on Kim’s running history and look forward to seeing who will be there to vie for the title. Benson, will it be you?
Anyone looking to race can do so on Saturday at noon at Horlick Field and help support Racine’s youth sports.
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.
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