9/24: 8th Annual Paint the Town Pink


Chippewa Falls (WQOW)- The Chippewa Falls Main Street and Marshfield Clinic are sponsoring a great event to support Breast Cancer Awareness for you, and your family.

This will be held on Thursday, October 4th in downtown Chippewa Falls. There will be over 25 participating businesses that will have sales, specials, and event refreshments. The kids will also have the oppurtunity to enjoy a fun scavenger hunt. There will be health specialists on site with information and demonstrations in support of breast cancer awareness. The family can also enjoy the car show that will be open to all ages. In hopes of raising money for the local, Fighter Fundraiser, there will be a silent auction. There will also be wine tasting, drawings, and music for everyone to dancing to.

For more information, you can visit Chippewa Falls Main Street.

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