Truckers for Tots went on a shopping spree at Fleet Farm Friday morning, to get gifts for children in the Chippewa Valley, just in time for Christmas!
One local organization made it easier for people to donate via drive through.
More than 1,000 less fortunate kids will get the toys they wished for, thanks to the 26th annual ‘Christmas Is For Children’ program.
Halloween wasn’t just about trick-or-treating for the 4th and 5th graders at Altoona Intermediate School.
“It’s important to give back to our community because our community has given so much to us in general, whether it be just having such an awesome school or being able to give back in different things like the referendum we just like to give back and get out here,” Gilmartin said.
Wednesday, the organization picked up 5,400 pounds, that’s more than two and a half tons, of apples from the orchard.
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The eagle was transported to the Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota where they will try to rehab the bird’s wing.
From now until Sunday the orchard is welcoming people to come and pick apples for the hungry.
“I sat in front of the cancer place in my car and I’m crying because I just didn’t think I could go through it,” Kathy said.
Students at DeLong Middle School in Eau Claire are getting a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help decorate for Christmas in the nation’s capital.
Powertex and Gold’s Gym in Eau Claire were given the Exemplary Employer Award Tuesday by the Department of Workforce Development.
Participants of the race were able to vote for which of the six charities received the largest check.