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Racine’s inaugural ‘Bark in the Park Pet Festival’ and 5K is Sept. 10 at Island Park

RACINE — Billy’s Posse Inc., a lost dog search and recovery team, is partnering with 5Kevents.org to present the Racine community with its first official Bark in the Park pet festival, in conjunction to the Root River 5K. Various community organizations, businesses and nonprofits will meet up at Island Park, 1698 Liberty St., for Racine’s […]

Posted inCommunity, Local news, Non-Profits, Schools

RUSD ‘Stuff the Bus’ giveaway event a huge success for community students

On August 5, “Stuff the Bus” was hosted at Mitchell School, 2701 Drexel Ave. The event supplied attendees with school supplies and free food boxes. The event also allowed children to play fun games and sign up for library cards. Racine Unified School District is gearing up to head back to the classroom on Thursday, […]

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