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Racine-Kenosha English Festival receives donation

By Denise Lockwood SC Johnson gave $15,000 to the Racine Unified School District for the Racine-Kenosha English Festival, which will be held on March 28. The grant will pay for substitute teachers, busing, visiting author expenses, materials for workshops and prizes. “This grant from SC Johnson will support the mission of the Racine-Kenosha English Festival in […]

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SC Johnson Grant Puts Mount Pleasant Firing Range Within Reach

by Heather Asiyanbi Completion of the Village Of Mt. Pleasant Police Department’s indoor firing range looks like it’s within reach thanks to a $75,000 matching grant from SC Johnson. MPPD Chief Tim Zarzecki told trustees Monday night that he has almost $120,000, primarily from donations and impact fees, and $150,000 pledge from the City of Racine. “I’m […]