Selected Community Events
Homeless Project Fundraising Rummage Sale
Sep 19, 2014 - Sep 20, 2014 8am - 6pm
1017 Western Ave, Mosinee
Raising fund for a Homeless Project. Our goal is to raise $5000 to be donated to the Warming Center of Wausau for use of Security updates to protect the homeless that will seek shelter there this winter.
Now accepting donations of Good Used Items (no electronics, no tv's, no appliances or broken items please). M-F after 5pm and weekends by appointment. 715-340-7600
Also looking for Volunteers to help with the setup and sale dates. Please check our Facebook page for more information.https://www.facebook.com/groups/526058540842431/
Manitowish Waters Lioness Pasta Night
Sep 13, 2014 5pm - 7pm
Manitowish Waters Community Center, Highway 51 and Airport Road
The Manitowish Waters Lioness will be hosting their annual Italian Night Pasta Dinner on Saturday, September 13 from 5 to 7:00 p.m. All profits will benefit the Manitowish Waters Fire Company, and will be held at the Manitowish Waters Community Center, Highway 51 and Airport Road. Chicken Alfredo or Spaghetti & Meatballs will be offered for $8.00; combo and children’s prices are available. Dine in or take home to help support the Manitowish Waters Fire Company!
Manitowish Waters Lioness Publicity
Waupaca Walk for Wellness
Sep 20, 2014 8am - Noon
South Park, Waupaca, WI
The Walk for Wellness is a non-competitive walking event offering 1-mile, 5K and 10K routes that participants of all ages and abilities can take part in. Registration fees will cover costs of the event and provide funding for continued development and maintenance of the River Ridge Trail, in and around Waupaca. Additional information and a printable registration form can be found at the website: www.waupacawalkforwellness.com and facebook page.
Jean Rice 715-498-5090 email@example.com
Community Walk to Stop Diabetes
Oct 25, 2014 9am - Noon
400 Block, Wausau,WI
Community Walk to Stop Diabetes
Building Community Awareness to Stop Diabetes
October 25th, 2014
9am - 12pm
Starts and ends @ Downtown 400 Block Green
Join the 1st Annual Wausau-Walk Happy!! Community walk. Learn more about diabetes and how it affects you and your loved ones. There will be presentations on various diabetes topics.
Type 1 diabetic NASCAR driver, Ryan Reed donated a gift for an award/prize at this event! He and Roush Fenway Racing are sending a personalized recording for this event. See www.stopdiabetes.com and check out his Drive to Stop Diabetes story online.
Join us or make a team; Gather the most donations for this 1st annual event and win a "gold" medal to become the Champion to Stop Diabetes!
I am trying to get more in-kind donations for prizes and more teams to join. See how to join us in the fight against diabetes below:
Join my team: http://main.diabetes.org/goto/DAWN_TREDERS
Make your own team or get more info:
Thanks for participating and learning about this silent killer...and donating to research this disease and provide services to diabetics in the US.
This walk: http://main.diabetes.org/goto/Wausau-Walk_Happy
Deserae Faith Landowski Benefit
Sep 6, 2014 1pm - 7pm
The Wausau Boys and Girls Club 1710 2nd street Wausau, WI 54403
Why: 12 year old Deserae passed away on 8-9-14 due to Injuries she had from a tragic car accident on HWY 52 on 8-8-14 while she was traveling with friends to go swimming. The proceeds from the benefit will help with her expenses.
What’s Happening: There will be Food and Drinks, Music, Provided by DJ Fame Douglas and Dancing,
Activities, Games, A Raffle, Items made in her memory will be sold, A treasure
Room sale will be held. And More!! Please come join and support us for Deserae Landowski and celebrate in her memory. Admission Fees $10.00 for adults $5.00 for children at the door, admission prices include food. While supplies Last.
Please direct any questions or donation inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Latisha DeBroux 715-298-2984
Be Strong For Special Olympics
Sep 6, 2014 Registration Begins at 8am, Race 9am
Central Wisconsin Convention & Expo Center 10101 Market Street, Rothschild, WI
Compete in 5 different events to support Special Olympics Wisconsin.
Truck Pull (10 or 5 person teams)
The Hannah Center Giving for Life Banquet and Auction
Oct 9, 2014 5:30pm
Hotel Marshfield, 2700 S Central Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449
The Hannah Center Hosts Annual Giving for Life Event at Hotel Marshfield
On October 9th, The Hannah Center will host their annual Giving for Life Banquet and Auction at Hotel Marshfield. The theme of the evening is “There is No Place Like Home” and will include elements from the classic movie, The Wizard of Oz.
The organization’s mission has expanded to include all women in crisis and as the center’s services expand, The Hannah Center hopes to encourage greater involvement and support from surrounding communities in Marathon, Wood, and Portage counties. “This event will be a great way for the community to come together to show their support for the women and children The Hannah Center serves,” said Program Coordinator, Tricia Fancher. “It is amazing what great change that can provoke within a woman’s heart when she sees she has the community behind her for support.”
The silent auction will begin at 5:30pm, with the banquet following at 6:30pm. Local author and speaker, Cynthia Ruchti, will be hosting the evening. The guest speaker will be Chet McDoniel, an inspirational speaker who was born with no arms and shortened legs. Despite the odds, Chet has overcome many challenges and shares a message of hope and the value of life.
"This year The Hannah Center is looking to fundraise $30,000 through our annual Giving for Life Banquet & Silent Auction,” said President of The Hannah Center’s Board of Directors, Aimee Tippen. “We are currently looking for event and table sponsors, who share a heart and commitment to assist women and their children in crisis, to partner with us for this event.” All proceeds from the event will directly benefit The Hannah Center in their mission to assist women in crisis through compassion and guidance in a nurturing environment.
Tickets for the event can be purchased online at www.hannahcenter.com or at the following locations in Marshfield: Arby’s, Biggby Coffee, Janet’s Yarn, and Pioneer Bank.
About The Hannah Center:
The Hannah Center has been assisting women in crisis through compassion and guidance in a nurturing environment since 1993. They are committed to preserving life, providing a home, and promoting change.
To learn more about The Hannah Center Giving for Life Banquet and Auction and how to participate, visit www.hannahcenter.com or contact The Hannah Center at (715) 387-6300.
Love for Lauren's Life Benefit & Motorcycle Ride
Sep 27, 2014 8am - 11pm
Wild Horse Saloon, 9031 County Rd WW, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
Please join the Adamski Family, (Eric, Mandy (Vetrone), Logan, and Lauren) in celebrating the amazing recovery of Lauren.
Motorcycle Ride Registration 8am, Send off 9am
Karate Kids of America Demo 12:30-1:30pm
Kids Train Rides 1pm - ?
Emergency Vehicles on display
Raffle Baskets, Big raffle items, 50/50 Raffle
On March 1st, 2014, a few days after Dad was given the “OK” to return to work following emergency brain surgery, an accident at home injured three year old Logan and two year old Lauren. Logan was treated and cleared that same evening but Lauren was air lifted to St. Joseph’s Hospital where she remained in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) for 6 days, fighting for life. She sustained multiple skull fractures that have affected the hearing in her left ear, the nerves that control the left side of her face, and her left eye. She was moved to the Pediatric floor on March 6th, where she battled repeated fevers and struggled with everyday tasks such as eating and playing. She was later diagnosed with post-traumatic Meningitis and was transferred to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee on March 19th. On March 29th Lauren was released and finally able to come home. She will need multiple surgeries and many doctor visits while healing. We are hopeful that the damaged muscles and nerves will heal. Lauren is truly a miracle child to have survived. She is known as the girl that is “Tougher than an Angel.”
Motorcycle Ride, Individual riders $15 or $25 with a passenger.
Mandy Adamski, 715-572-0795, email@example.com
2014 Wausau Take Steps Walk
Oct 11, 2014 2pm Check In, 3:30pm Walk Start
Oak Island Park
Walk with Us!
The 2014 Take Steps Wausau walk is right around the corner!
Walk with us this fall and help defeat these debilitating digestive diseases once and for all! The money we raise supports patient programs, raises awareness, and propels critical research for cures.
You can start your own team or walk as an individual. When you form a team, you increase your impact -- and your fun -- by rallying friends, family, and coworkers to walk and fund-raise with you. You'll have great tools and support to raise funds, including your own fundraising website, loaded with great tips and content. Our walks are family friendly with food, fun and festivities for the whole family!!!
2014 Wausau Take Steps Walk
Saturday, October 11th
2:00 PM Check-In
3:30 PM Walk Start
Oak Island Park
500 River Drive
OUT of the DARKNESS Wausau Community Walk for Suicide prevention
Sep 13, 2014 Registration 9am - 10am, Walk Starts 10am
The Big Kitchen at Marathon Park in Wausau
Registration from 9-10am Walk starts at 10am. Walk twice around the park. Goodie bags/door prizes.
Faye Bileddo 715-574-3428 firstname.lastname@example.org
23rd Annual Musky Memorial Classic
Sep 6, 2014 All Day
The 23rd annual Kevin Worrall Memorial Musky Classic will be held on Saturday, September 6, 2014, in memory of Kevin, who loved to fish. This tournament was a HUGE success last year in part to the sponsors, fishermen, and volunteers. There was an outstanding turn out with a total of 119 boats. The tournament netted $7,304 as a fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House in Marshfield. This House provides temporary lodging for families of ill children using the Marshfield medical facilities. www.rmhc-marshfield.org
For more details of how you can get involved in this fishing tournament, contact Sherri and Gary
Gerrits of Gerrits Lakeview on Pelican Lake-"Home of the Musky." Email: email@example.com for more details and entry form.
Sandra Zygarlicke, House Director of Ronald McDonald House 803 W North St Marshfield, WI 54449
Marshfield Cranberry Century BIke Tour fundraiser
Sep 14, 2014 Bikers leave at 7am, 8am, 9am, 10am
NEW LOCATION: UW-Marshfield Fine Arts Building 2000 W 5th St Marshfield, WI 54449
PULL UP YOUR SPANDEX AND SNAP ON YOUR HELMET FOR THE MARSHFIELD CRANBERRY CENTURY BIKE TOUR AND JOIN THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE IN SUPPORTING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES AFFECTED BY ILLNESS. FOR JUST 25 DOLLARS, ALL RIDERS GET A T-SHIRT, LUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS. PRE-REGISTER AT RMHC- MARSHFIELD DOT ORG OR AT THIS YEAR’S NEW LOCATION, THE UW-MARSHFIELD FINE ARTS BUILDING ON DAY OF TOUR. THE CRANBERRY CENTURY BIKE TOUR, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14TH, SPONSORED BY MCDONALD’S OF CENTRAL WI, BURNSTAD’S MARKET OF SPENCER, MARSHFIELD MEDICAL CENTER CREDIT UNION, MINISTRY HEALTH CARE, Hawkins Ash CPAs, FOX-55, AND SEEHAFER BROADCASTING.
Ronald McDonald House
Sandra Zygarlicke, Director
803 W North St
Marshfield, WI 54449
14th Annual Boxer Bash
Sep 20, 2014 10am - 3pm
Firemans Park, 1049 Park Ave., Columbus, WI 54303
Green Acres Boxer Rescue of Wisconsin's largest fundraiser of the year. Family and dog friendly, we offer kids' games, bake sale, silent auction, raffles, lure course and much more.
Ann Janssen, Volunteer & Adopter
Marshfield Walk to End Alzheimer's
Sep 6, 2014 Registration 8:30am, Opening Ceremony 9:30am
Wildwood Station at the Wildwood Park: 1800 S Central Ave
The Walk to End Alzheimer's is the Alzheimer's Association's signature event to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer's disease. Start a team, join a team or sponsor a team. The 2-3 mile Walk includes food and raffles. If you can't make it on September 13th, register today to be a virtual walker! Proceeds benefit local programs of the Alzheimer's Association.
**There is no registration fee. T-shirts are awarded to adults raising $100 or more and Champions Club medals are awarded to those raising $500 or more. Youth 18 and under receive a t-shirt after raising $35.00.
Registration is required. Register online or day-of at the event.
Allie Swatek, Special Events Coordinator for the Alzheimer's Association, 715-845-7440