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.
Roderick Zachary has spent more than 50 years as a volunteer for two different organizations, and shows no signs of stopping. His commitment has earned him the Jefferson Award for the month of May.
Randy Walker retired a few years ago, but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped working. Three nights a week, his coffeehouse provides a free meal to the needy and homeless in our area.
A Chippewa Falls woman volunteers her time to help mold the next generation of volunteers. That’s why Mary Jacobson is the March Jefferson Award Winner.
Immigration reform has been a hot topic in Washington and across the country. While the debate over who should be a citizen continues, one Eau Claire volunteer, Mary Erickson, is working to make sure those who qualify are prepared.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner is well-known in Eau Claire’s baseball community, but it’s his work off the field that earned Andy Neborak this honor.
The December Jefferson Award nominee has volunteered his time so that others in the community can be healthy. Ken Adler is among a small group that got the Chippewa Valley Free Clinic off the ground.