As those who participated in the First Annual WANDER-thon this past August at the Christopher Farm & Gardens would surely attest, it was one of the most “WANDER-ful” experiences EVER! It was so “WANDER-ful,” in fact, that it took three articles to describe... and, honestly, there was so much more that could have been shared:
Not only did Jay Christopher of the Christopher Farm & Gardens donate the use of their amazing venue for this unique 24-hour event but he was the Matching Donor.
Jay and his amazing staff are known for going “above and beyond” every time we visit, so it didn’t surprise me when they recently dropped of a matching donation of $10,000 that actually exceeded the proceeds from the event! With this matching donation, the event raised $19,085. Along with this generous donation were a batch of beautiful poinsettias that were carefully raised at the Gardens! These lovely flowers are currently decorating the MOA/SCBS clinic and are being distributed to area cancer patients/survivors to bring a little more beauty into their Holiday Season (see attached PDF for photos)!
Watch for details about the 2nd Annual WANDER-thon as well as additional “Survive, Thrive & Be Fit at the Christopher Farm & Gardens” outings including “Survivors on Snowshoes” and a visit to the Transportation Museum in the months ahead!
THANK YOU to Sheboygan Falls Chamber Main Street’s “Ladies Nite Out”!!
The Sheboygan Falls Chamber Main Street raised $1,422 at this year’s “Ladies Nite Out” event. SCCCF is very grateful to this event, which has supported SCCCF since 2010 with a cumulative donation of $12,172 over the years!
Photo (see attached PDF): Tammy Meyer (Sheboygan Falls Chamber Main Street), Stefanie Trakel (St. Paul Lutheran Church), Tim Renzelmann (SCCCF), Ashley Blakely (Alternative Solutions), Darryl Ottman (The Sewing Machine Shop), Jessica Haak and Vanessa Arbuckle (Bloomin on Broadway), Photo taken by Melissa Geisthardt (Depke Shoes). Not pictured: Sally Harvey (National Exchange Bank & Trust), Barb Sander (Bemis Bath Shoppe & Boutique), Julie Nigh (Sheboygan Falls Chamber Main Street).
THANK YOU to the End Zone Sports Bar, Smerke’s Sportsmen’s Club, Mustard Seed Hair Boutique, Plymouth Rock Camping Resort, and ALL Who Have Shown Their Support Throughout the Years!
The End Zone Sports Bar, located at 904 Indiana Avenue in Sheboygan, donated proceeds from “Tatas on Cathy’s Pink Fence” raffle.
Smerke’s Sportsmen’s Club in Sheboygan Falls recently donated from their annual “Cancer Shoot Out” event for the second consecutive year!
The Mustard Seed Hair Boutique, located at 2209 S. Memorial Place also continued to support SCCCF for the second consecutive year, donating the proceeds from a Breast Cancer Goodie Box raffle that took place in October to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Plymouth Rock Camping Resort once again donated the proceeds collected through various activities offered to campers at the resort throughout the year!
Thank you to these and all of our donors, supporters, and volunteers throughout the years that make it possible for SCCCF to continue its work!View PDF