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Thoughts for Food raises money for Racine County Food Bank on March 4

RACINE — Musicians in the Racine community are coming together to put on a show for the Thoughts for Food fundraiser benefiting the Racine County Food Bank. The 31st annual event will feature an all-ages concert series throughout the day and wrap up with the adult-only portion of the event that night. Students, up-and-coming artists […]

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Rotary Vegas Night is Feb. 11, funds to support Camp Anokijig

RACINE — The Racine Founder’s Rotary Club will host its annual Vegas Night fundraiser to support Camp Anokijig and local community service projects on Feb. 11 at Fountain Banquet Hall in Sturtevant. For just $10, attendees will get a taste of Las Vegas with a night full of entertainment. Using faux money attendees can play […]

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Madison Gartzke of Educators Credit Union raises $1K for United Way, shaves head for Wigs for Kids

RACINE — Educators Credit Union employee Madison Gartzke made a bet with her coworkers. She told the staff at Educators Credit Union in Racine that if they helped her raise $1,000 for United Way, Gartzke would get a new haircut. The local is now sporting a freshly shaved head. United Way ambassador goes big Gartzke […]

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Racine County Eye Community News Fundraiser set Nov. 16

Racine County Eye is hosting a community news fundraiser from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 16 at Social on Sixth, 324 6th St. In partnership with the Local Media Foundation, the Racine County Eye Community News Fund will be used to fund our investigative news stories, including Unlocking Racine. The year-long project will focus on […]

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Letter to the Editor: SCAN’s Cones For Kids returns on July 20!

Letter to the Editor: Some fundraisers want people to exert themselves: walk/runs, triathlons, stair climbs or bike rides. Other fundraisers invite guests to activities meant for adults: wine tastings, casino nights, galas, or golf outings. Those are wonderful ideas and great fun, but how about something kid-approved and family-friendly? That’s the inspiration behind SCAN’s Cones […]

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Jazz in July fundraiser supports Senior Companion Program

Jazz in July Jazz in July will take place on July 31, 2022, at St. Sebastian’s Catholic Church. This outdoor fundraising event will support and serve as a way to continue providing valuable resources for the Senior Companion Program, a nonprofit in Racine. The Senior Companion Program was founded in 1978 by the Racine Dominicans. Its mission […]

Posted inCelebrations, Culture, Things To Do

Come On Down! July 3 Block Party at Monument Square

RACINE – 4th Fest of Greater Racine invites the community to its annual Block Party from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, July 3 at Monument Square in Downtown Racine. This family-friendly event is a kick-off to Racine’s Independence Day celebration, including the 2021 4th Fest Parade on Monday, July 5. The block party features music […]

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Kiwanis Seeks Rummage Sale Items

RACINE – The Kiwanis Club of West Racine is now seeking donations for its upcoming Rummage Sale fundraising event. Household items, books, tools, and furniture are welcome. Please, no clothing or knick-knacks. Pick-up of donated items can be arranged. Contact Randy Savaglio. Email: About Kiwanis Club of West Racine Kiwanis Club of West Racine […]

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State Farm Matching American Red Cross Donations January 11-15

To help the American Red Cross respond to disasters and emergencies big and small, State Farm is matching donations to the Red Cross dollar-for-dollar up to $100,000 January 11-15, helping gifts go twice as far! After a year where we’ve faced record disasters and mounting challenges from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, being connected with our […]

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Bid on public art flowerpots to keep downtown blooming

The hand-painted flowerpots, which have beautified downtown all summer, go up for auction Aug. 17 during Downtown Racine Corporation’s 19th Annual Public Art Auction. Proceeds from the online auction will help keep downtown blooming by supporting the organization whose mission is to foster economic, social, and cultural diversity by stimulating business development, programming events, and […]

Posted inPress releases, Schools

Gateway Foundation Seeking Golfers for Annual Golf Scramble

Gateway Technical College Foundation will hold its annual golf scramble Sept. 3 at Hawk’s View Golf Club in Lake Geneva to raise money to support Gateway scholarships, student emergency grants and college initiatives. The 26th Annual Gateway Foundation Scramble includes a boxed lunch, 18 holes of golf and a short evening reception. Registration costs $185 […]

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Texas Roadhouse Guardians of the Flame® Fundraiser to Benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin

PRESS RELEASE: Mt. Pleasant, Wis. – Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? That’s exactly what’s happening on Thursday, April 11 when Special Olympics Wisconsin (SOWI) teams up with Texas Roadhouse and local law enforcement for the Guardians of the Flame FREE lunch fundraiser to benefit more than 1,200 local Special Olympics […]

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