Join Ashley's family and friends to support her battle with breast cancer! Live music from the amazing Pick 6, silent and Chinese auctions, raffles, 50 bottles of wine, food, and more!
Moose Lodge, Ward Avenue, La Crosse
March 19th, 4:30 PM
Listen! Act! Rise!
VALLEY VIEW MALL, FEBRUARY 14TH AT NOON
Enjoy a variety of music, talented choirs, and musicians as you learn how those in need are served locally through Our Savior's Lutheran Church, The Salvation Army, WAFER and The Warming Center.
Performances by: The Good Shepherd Sanctuary Choir, Adult Hand Bell Choir, Sounds of Praise Band, and neighbors, friends and members of Good Shepherd.
Freewill offering, nonperishable food, diapers and personal hygiene donations accepted to benefit Our Savior's Lutheran Church, The Salvation Army, WAFER and The Warming Center.
GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH, 4141 MORMON COULEE RD, LA CROSSE.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 2PM
Celebrate & support the strength and courage of Audrey Schossow with a Breast Cancer Benefit on Saturday, January 30th, 2016 at the LaCrescent American Legion from 2 - 7 PM. The Benefit will include food, music, raffle, and silent auction.
Audrey was raised in rural La Crescent and is a 1979 graduate of La Crescent High School. She has been a loyal Kmart employee for 30 years.
In April 2015, Audrey was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer, the same disease that took her mom. With her family by her side, "grammy" has endured 4 months of Chemotherapy, many doctor visits, tests, scans, medications, and her 1st surgery. During this time she has missed many days at work. She continues to face 2 months of Radiation, many more appointments, and further surgical procedures.
Please join us on January 30th to support, help raise money, and celebrate Audrey on her journey.
A benefit account has been set up for Audrey at
Altra Federal Credit Union
205 N. Chestnut St. Ste 102,LaCrescent, MN 55947 and
Your help and support is appreciated during this challenging time!
Rex Elvaker, a son, father, and husband from Taylor was just diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer. Join his family and friends for Charcoal Chicken Dinners, Brat Dinners, live entertainment “Them Coulee Boys”, Bake Sale, Live Auctions, Silent Auction, Chinese Auctions.
Sunday, February 28 at the Blair Haus in Blair, WI.
Questions/Donation Drop Off/Mail, contact Sonja Lyngen or Connie Kloes @ Whitehall School 19121 Hobson Street Whitehall WI 54773
Credit Card donations or Out of town? www.GiveForward.com.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FACEBOOK EVENT!
On October 23, 2015 Scott was on his way to work when he swerved to miss a deer, the rear end of his car slide and he hit the ditch line and his car rolled multiple times. The accident caused him to shatter his C7 vertebrae in his neck which damaged his spinal cord, due to the severity of the break it has left him paralyzed from the chest down. He has the use of his arms and hands but his hands have been affected due to the paralysis.
This benefit is to help raise money to remodel parts of their home to accommodate Scott’s everyday needs, equipment he requires, hospital expenses and everyday expenses. Their home is an older house that is not conducive at this point to Scott’s everyday needs. The cost for the equipment Scott needs and the hospital bills are quite large. Scott’s insurance has covered some of the expenses but the bills are still large.
Scott is married and has two children that are 14 and 3 years old. Scott has held two jobs for many years to provide for his family. His primary job is a diesel mechanic for Potato King in LaCrosse. He also worked for farmers doing field work. Scott enjoyed his career as a diesel tech (15 years) and getting in a tractor, but with the paralysis he has, he will not be able to return to either job. Scott was also dedicated to go kart racing with his 14 year old son for the past 9 years but due to his paralysis and financial strain they will be unable to go kart any longer. Scott is struggling with the fact that he will not be able to work anymore to provide for his family but if we could get him a little relief and raise as much money as we can for the family it will take a huge burden off of him.
Tammie Jo (Scott’s wife) works at the Sparta Vet Clinic, at this time she has decided to leave the job she loves to stay at home and care for Scott 100% because the care he requires is a full-time commitment.
Please come out and help this wonderful family!!
Saturday, March 19th, Noon
Log Cabin in Bangor, WI
Ballzer may not have won the Powerball but she found a healthy way to process her feelings...
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DON'T WRECK THE PRETTY FACE: Backstreet Boy and ex-love interest of Brittany Styles, Nick Carter was arrested after a fight in a Florida bar last night, he was booked for misdemeanor battery. Interestingly, arrest docs list Nick's occupation as "None." According to TMZ, Nick's arrest report now says, "Singer" for his occupation. Glad to hear Nick got a job again at least.
Brittany and Ballzer had a blast delivering Mobile Meals today! Mobile Meals of La Crosse serves seniors, disabled, or home-bound individuals healthy nutritious meals. Their meal program is funded by individuals, donations, Western Wisconsin Cares, and Great Rivers United Way. If you'd like to learn more about how you can volunteer, click here! It's super fun: