If you drive by the Lake Hallie Ball Park on any night during the spring and summer, you will see a lot of action.
Connie LeCleir-Meyer has been a member of the Lions Club for nearly 20 years and has been the first woman to hold a number of positions in the organization.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner is teaching kids the skills to cook their own healthy meals.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner said she’s always loved animals and has made it her mission to spread that love.
An Eau Claire volunteer was looking for a way to give back to veterans after her son enlisted. Now, you will find Debbie Kacvinsky at the Chippewa Veteran’s Home every week sharing her time and talents.
During the season of giving, a Chippewa Falls man is giving the gift of warmth to the needy in his community.
Arlen Stuber, 74, has been volunteering in his daughter’s classroom for four years, working to develop their reading skills. Those works have earned him this month’s Jefferson Award.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner enjoys spending time outdoors. Jim Murray from Eau Claire worked behind a desk as an accountant, but spent his off-hours working to keep mother nature pristine.
While all of our Jefferson Award winners work to better their communities, this month’s recipient has made it his job to help his community when disaster strikes.
Teens struggling with suicidal thoughts can often feel like they are alone. That’s why three students in Chippewa Falls wanted to make sure everyone who is struggling knows, there are people out there who care.