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Posted inEnvironmentNews

Partnership to restore tributary in Foxconn development

PRESS RELEASE MOUNT PLEASANT, WI –  The American Transmission Company (ATC) is working with Root-Pike Watershed Initiative Network (WIN) to help restore a portion of the Lamparek Ditch, a critical tributary of the impaired north branch of the Pike River in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin. Restoration efforts along this historically degraded riparian corridor will aim to […]

Posted inCommunitySchools

RAREA Scholarship Committee awarded two UW-Parkside students in the IPED Program

PRESS RELEASE SOMERS – The Racine Area Retired Educators Association (RAREA) awarded two University of Wisconsin-Parkside students with newly-implemented scholarships at a special luncheon event at Infusino’s Banquet Hall in Racine Wednesday, June 12. Amy Hughes was awarded the $3,000 RAREA/UW-Parkside scholarship and Brantina daSilva was awarded the $5,000 RAREA/UWP Martenas Family scholarship. These two […]

Posted inCommunityEvents

Authentic German-Style Pop-up Biergarten Returns to Smolenski Park June 27-30

Mount Pleasant, WI – Following its resounding success in 2018, the German-style Pop-up Biergarten returns to Smolenski Park, 438 Stuart Rd, Mount Pleasant, June 27 – 30th with more activities and fun. Complete with authentic biergarten tables, benches, flower baskets  and umbrellas, the Pop-up Biergarten will feature a stein-hoisting competition, giant pretzels, and of course, […]

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Annual Playground 4th of July “Doll Buggy” Parades

PRESS RELEASE  Racine – City of Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) will hold the annual Playground 4th of July “Doll Buggy” Parades at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 27. Children participating in the playground programs may participate by decorating bikes, wagons, and scooters. Participants may also decorate themselves or build their own float. […]