June e-Newsletter: Community Happenings

Check out the latest Portage County Business Council community guide “Everything Points Here” to learn why our community is a great place to live, work, and recreate.

Stevens Point has recently launched a compostable waste pick-up program. You can sign up to participate and all food waste will be composted at Whitefeather Organics in Custer to be used for organic vegetable production.

Lake Pacawa in Plover is seeing great progress on their new band shell which should be completed in time for Celebrate Plover later this summer.

The Mid-State Technical College golf outing raised $8,000 for student scholarships.

Speaking of golf, the Team Schierl outing brought in over $115,000 for various Central Wisconsin charities including the Boys & Girls Club of Portage County and Breast Cancer Family Foundation, to name a couple.

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) Foundation will hold a Wisconsin Business World program at UWSP July 15-18. Business World provides high school students with economic and financial literacy education, teaching the importance of free-market enterprise. There’s still time to register your high schooler, so click here to learn more.

Mark your calendars as Pacelli Catholic Schools prepares to present the production Annie with shows happening on August 3, 4, & 5 – you won’t want to miss out on an incredible performance by some of our community’s youngest talent.

Spot community updates or events? Share it with pacelli@pacellicatholicschools.com to include in the new Community Happenings section of our e-newsletter and website.

See Pacelli in the news? Send it to pacelli@pacellicatholicschools.com for inclusion on our website, social media sites, or e-newsletters.

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