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Notes for the week - July 27th

The City Council approved a blasting permit at the Estover Terrace development. I wasn't able to get a post up about Monday's meeting but check back - I should have it up tomorrow.


The Neighbors of Dunn County are looking for baskets or basket raffle items for their golf tournament and basket raffle coming up on August 19th. Items can be dropped off at the front desk of the central (yellow) building at The Neighbors. Contact Alyssa - - with any questions.


WQOW did a story on the Menomonie Police Department's participation in the National Day of Deflection. Watch it here.


The owners of Churchill Detailing, Brandon and Kaitlyn Churchill, recently shared on Facebook that their son was born prematurely in June. He is still in the hospital and has a long road ahead of him. Anyone wishing to help them out can donate to a fund they have set up through Help Me Bounce. Also, if your vehicle is in need of a little TLC, make an appointment - they do amazing work!

From their Facebook page - As a small business we are so thankful to our customers for your ongoing support, business, and ask that you please help us share our story! If you are inclined to donate, please use this link. Thank you for helping us! Help Me Bounce is a non-profit organization and 100% of proceeds will come directly to us. All proceeds are also anonymous so if you have donated, we don’t know who you are but THANK YOU! From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU for supporting, sharing, and donating.


Governor Evers made a stop at Mary Dirty Face Farm in Menomonie on July 20th. You can watch the story on both WEAU and WQOW.


Here's a beautiful picture from the Menomonie Community Garden Facebook page.


Check out this update from WoodWind Park.


The Bridge to Hope is in need of the following items: detergent, full size shampoo/conditioner, body wash, Q-tips, dish soap, razors, deodorant, tampons/pads, toilet paper, cooking spices, condiments. Any help is appreciated!


The bear sculpture in front of the library has a name!


The Fruit Truck will be at the Fleet Farm parking lot on Thursday, August 3rd at 2:30 pm with peaches. Cost is $60 for 22-25 pounds. Cash, check, and Venmo accepted.



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