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North Central Health Care Warm Water Therapeutic Pool Capital Campaign Surpasses $3 Million Campaign Goal

Charged with the goal of raising half of the $6 million to fund a new pool by March 1, 2018, North Central Health Care received almost 600 pledges from community members, local foundations, & businesses, totaling just over $3.25 million to support the Warm Water Therapeutic Pool. (Click the title for details…)

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It May Be Cold Outside, But the Warm Water Therapeutic Pool Campaign at NCHC Is Heating Up!

North Central Health Care’s Warm Water Therapeutic Pool fundraising has secured over $2.3 million, but there’s only 1 month left to reach their $3 million goal. See why a therapy pool is needed in Central Wisconsin for pain management & to help combat the opiod crisis. (Click the title for details…)

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Curiosity, Camaraderie Keeps Library Friends Coming Back

Some volunteers with the Friends of the Marathon County Public Library have more than 20 years of service to the library. (Click the title to find out when their special blowout sale —
and first sale in their new space — will be and to learn how to become a Friend of the Library volunteer…)

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A Demonstration of Integrity :: Rochelle Monday Saves Small Child from Danger on Grand Ave.

Rochelle Monday couldn’t believe her eyes when she spotted a tiny girl wandering all alone on a busy street with cars speeding by at 35 mph. She decided to stop her car and alert the authorities to help this unaccompanied girl. Could this happen to YOUR child? (Click the title to read more…)

November Is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month :: See How You’d Score on This 5-Question Alzheimer’s Quiz

Did you know that Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States? Take our 5-question quiz to raise your awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. (Click the title to take the quiz…)

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Marathon County Public Library to Become First “LENA Start” Site in Wisconsin

The LENA Start program utilizes a tiny tech device that analyzes caregivers’ speech and encourages them to use more words and have more positive interactions with their young children. (Click the title to learn more…)