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Notes for the Week - June 6th

From the Wisconsin Foster Closet: Due to a very large inventory project we are not currently accepting item donations. The only donated items we are currently accepting are what is on our posted Amazon list for school supplies.


The Foster Closet also shared a picture of a number of items that were dropped off outside of their office when they were closed. They shared this message: We hate to have to makes these posts but PLEASE we are not a dumping ground for stuff. Our donation bin is closed for a reason and there are other tenets of the building we need to be respectful of. We do not have staff there every day to clean up and with the rain some of this stuff is ruined. While we appreciate the intention behind item donations if you do not have an appointment to drop items off do not leave anything behind.


The Humane Society shared that they are in need of the following items: pill pockets, raw hides, soft dog treats, and Purina Cat Chow. Donations can be dropped off anytime or delivered to 302 Brickyard Road.


You can find these locally made bags at LaDeeDah!


You can now add emergency contact information to your driver license or ID. 

To add emergency contact information to a DMV record, visit the Wisconsin DMV and complete the online application. This is optional and the information can only be seen by law enforcement agencies.


WESTconsin Credit Union is having a Summer Food Drive. Each office is collecting non-perishable food items and monetary donations June 3-15.


Here's a LINK to the June edition of the Senior Hi-Lites.


Head down to Wakanda Park to see the progress at the Lion's Memorial.


Are you in need of short term durable medical equipment? Our office has a loan closet of equipment including - wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, knee scooters, commodes, shower chairs and more! Plus, use of the equipment is FREE! At this time, we are unable to accept any donated equipment as we are bursting at the seams. If you have questions, call us at 715-232-1646. From the Dunn County Veterans Service Office Facebook page.


From Mood Boutique:  Mood Boutique is seeking live window models for Music Night on Main - June 14th, July 12th, & August 9th! From 6-7pm or 7-8pm. Join us for a night of sidewalk sales, music & fun! Models will receive a free swag bag & enjoy apps & bevs while window modeling.


Volume One has an article about Vino Cappuccino. The owners have announced that it is their last season. Hopefully new owners will be taking over.


20 years ago, 2004...


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