Camp Summer Fun June 2, 2015 - August 31, 20156:30 AM - 6 PM801 County Road HH West, Stevens Point, WI 54481I am writing to see if you would be able to advertise on your community service announcements and calendar about our Camp Summer Fun program? Camp Summer Fun is part of Canaland Christian Academy of Early Learning in Stevens Point. We offer a summer long bible based program for children ages 5-13 years old. We also plan many fun activities and field trips to place such as Weston Aquatic Center, Mt. Olympus and the Milwaukee Brewers. We are offering a special registration discount of 50% off the first week for any new families. We have an awesome summer planned. Thanks for your help! Jennifer Kleiner, Canaland Director 801 Old Hwy 10 West Stevens Point, WI 54481 715-341-3275 2nd Annual Wisconsin Rapids Auxiliary Police Golf Outing September 5, 201511 am RegistrationHomestead Golf CourseThe Wisconsin Rapids Auxiliary Police will be hosting our 2nd Annual Wisconsin Rapids Auxiliary Police Golf Outing Date: Saturday September 5th, 2015 Homestead Golf Course Wisconsin Rapids Auxiliary Police is organizing our 2nd annual golf outing. Money raised will be used to update equipment & provide training. The present day Wisconsin Rapids Auxiliary Police Unit consists of 19 adults from a variety of backgrounds. For the most part, the unit consists of those people wanting to use this as a stepping stone to full time law enforcement work and those who wish to give something back to the community. The unit consists of non-paid professional volunteers, non-sworn organization. The unit donates hundreds of hours every year working a myriad of events. The unit also assists the police department with extra patrol, property protection and assistance at major crime scenes. Some of the events that the unit patrols are carnivals and picnics, the fireworks on the 4th of July, the River Blues Fest, River Cities Fun Fest Parade, and Halloween Patrol. Along with these events the Unit also has a weekend patrol that focuses on extra patrol in the areas of the city that are having problems. This program also does property protection, checking area businesses and areas requesting extra patrol. The unit has the authority to write city ordinance violations and parking tickets. They are certified in DAAT (Defense And Arrest Tactics), Emergency Vehicle Operations, receive firearms familiarity training and other job related training. The Auxiliary Police Unit was inquiring is any radio personalities would be available or interested in being involved in our event. Spark of Hope - Kyle Sparks Benefit September 26, 2015 - September 26, 201511:00AM - 11:00PMKellner, WIKyle suffers from the most severe form of a condition called chronic cluster headaches. To most people this condition sounds minor�headaches. To Kyle it is life changing and debilitating. The nickname for this condition is �suicide� headaches because many of those who suffer from the severe chronic form unfortunately take their lives to end the pain and suffering they endure. Women who suffer from this severe form say it is worse than the pain of giving birth. Kyle's pain level on a day to day basis is a constant 7 with medication and can no longer function on a day to day basis. He can no longer work, take care of himself, or even enjoy things like visiting with family or listening to music anymore as they are a trigger for him to go from a pain level of 7 into a seizure that can last from hours to days. He has been going to Mayo clinic for help and has recently been getting more severe that he has not been able to make the car ride without having a seizure. He cannot fly due to the pressure on the brain. At this point car rides are major triggers, amongst so many other things, and could start to require medical transport. He and his mom have recently lost their home due to continued expenses and are staying with family and really need the help with the extra medical expenses. Kyle has to undergo a surgery that is called neuromodulation, in which a stimulator will be placed at the base of his skull. He will need to travel to a hospital in Ohio to have this surgery, because this is the only location in the United States with the capability to perform this. The surgery will be in November or December 2015. Until that time, Kyle will still be having a number of trips each month to Rochester Mayo Clinic for preoperative testing (when he can handle it). Post-surgery, he will need to stay in Ohio for a while, and his family members will need to stay at a nearby hotel. Additionally, Kyle will have to return to Ohio for follow-up care after his surgery. Please join on us September 26th, 2015, for a benefit to raise funds for Kyle�s trip expenses to Ohio. The Hannah Center Giving for Life Banquet October 1, 2015 - October 1, 20155:30pm - 9:30pmHotel MarshfieldThe Hannah Center's annual Giving For Life Banquet will be held on Thursday October 1, 2015 at Hotel Marshfield. Our theme for this year's banquet is "Victorious for a Lifetime." We are excited to have keynote speaker, Kabeer Gbaja- Biamila, lovingly known as �KGB� by Green Bay Packer fans. KGB is a former Green Bay Packer defensive end. He is most famous for breaking the Packers sack record, previously held by Reggie White. An outstanding NFL player, he is most proud of his accomplishments off the field. He is a loving husband and father of seven children! He is a passionate philanthropist and shares an inspiring story of family, faith and football. We are also looking forward to having Dale Ryman as our emcee for the evening. He has been the sports director at NewsChannel 7 since 2009. The evening will consist of a silent auction, a wonderful dinner, and an engaging speaker. Expect some fun decor and festivities as we incorporate the sports theme. There will also be an additional meet and greet with KBG available prior to the banquet for those that may be interested in this option. Meet and Greet will be held from 5pm to 5:45pm. Tickets may be ordered via this link https://e-giving.org/Registration_v2.5/ViewEvent.asp?evntid=15585 Wausau Snowmobile Grass Drags & Swap Meet October 3, 2015 - October 4, 20158am - 5pm12602 Stettin Dr, Marathon, WIKnown by motorsports fans to be the official start of the snowmobile season in Central Wisconsin, snowmobiles will once again race on grass at the 26th Annual Wausau Snowmobile Grass Drags & Swap Meet as hosted by Trailmates Snowmobile Club. Competing for the renowned Wisconsin Cup, NSRA-sanctioned (National Snowmobile Racing Association) heats and finals will be held all weekend mixed with vintage snowmobiles classes both days. Youth 120cc snowmobile feature races, ATV, Mini Rod, Mini Truck and Outlaw pulls on the grounds along with Wisconsin�s largest snowmobile and ATV swap meet both days. Buy, sell or swap snowmobiles, ATVs, UTVs and other powersports-related products and gear all weekend. This motorsports-fueled, family friendly event also features a kids activity tent, local vendors and fan-favorite food and refreshment areas. Factory displays and authorized dealers for parts, clothing and various powersports accessories. Visit www.wausaugrassdrags.com for full event schedule and more details including site maps, directions, racer, ATV/Mini Rod puller and sell/ swap area displayer information. A Travel Wisconsin featured event. Location: Event site located at 12602 Stettin Drive, Marathon (From Wausau area: 29W to Exit #159, right onto Hwy O - follow event signs. From the West: 29E to Exit #156, left onto Hwy 107 - follow event signs) When: Sat, Oct 3 & Sun, Oct 4, 2015. Gates open 8am both days. Cost: $10 main gate admission/day. Children 12 and under FREE with paid adult admission. Includes entry to snowmobile grass drag races, swap meet, ATV/mini rod pulls and access to all vendor display areas. FREE spectator parking. Food and refreshments on the grounds � no carry-ins or pets. Service animals allowed. See www.wausaugrassdrags.com for specific swap area and displayer pricing. Haunted Horsey Hustle 5k run/walk October 24, 2015 - October 24, 201510:30 Registration, 12:00 Race Starts - 3:00pm Wildwood Park, Marshfield Soo Line RoomCome brave the crisp fall air and join us for our 2nd annual Haunted Horsey Hustle. This is a 5k run/walk and 1 mile walk that will take you through a maze of woods and pumpkins, and maybe see some ghosts! All proceeds will go to support Hart Equine Therapy Center, Inc. located in Auburndale, Wisconsin. Prizes for best costume and fastest male and female runner. Dogs are welcome on a leash. Preregister by October 1st at www.active.Com or mail your registration form. $15 For 1 mile or $25 for 5k, $5 discount if you u register before September 1st! T-shirt included if registered by October 1st!