Kiwanis Coats for Kids
Doors open at 5:00 tonight (Wednesday) at the Nazarene Church Outreach Center in Richland Center for the annual Kiwanis Club “Coats for Kids” distribution. Coats of all sizes are available at no cost to children who need them. Parents are encouraged to bring their children with them so they can find the right fit.
The local Kiwanis Club is very pleased with the community’s support of this year’s project. More than 300 coats have been donated to the effort. All are winter coats in good condition. Many of the coats are brand new, with the rest gently-used. All of the gently-used coats have been laundered and are ready for use this winter.
The coat distribution will operate on a first-come, first-serve basis. It is scheduled to begin at 5:00 and run until 8:00 tonight (Wed); although it will end early if all of the coats have been distributed prior to 8:00.
American Community Project
Here is a story of two crazy guys that set out from Massachusetts in January and have driven cross country on two mopeds. They visited WRCO studios this past week on their way through to Illinois. They plan on getting to Maine December 3-9! Listen below to what they had to say when they sat down with Ron.
Ithaca School Fair Reports
Congratulations to everyone at Ithaca that made this year another successful Homecoming and School Fair. In case you missed Ron's interviews from Saturday, they are available below. Go Bulldogs!
51st River Valley School Fair
Congratulations to everyone at River Valley that helped make the 51st River Valley School Fair and Homecoming a success. In case you missed any of Ron's reports from the fair, we have posted links to the reports below.
2014 Richland County Fair
In case you missed Ron's coverage of the Richland County Fair last week, you can find all the interviews here.
Advanced Dairy Solutions to Install State of the Art Milking System
Ground was broken for the DairyProQ rotary milking parlor at Milsna East Town Dairy near Cashton August 20. To hear our special report, use the player below.
WRCO Radio would like to give a special thanks to those behind the scenes during the auction. This auction couldn't happen without the help of these staff members and volunteers.
Yes... We Really Did Unload Hay!
It's been a popular question. Did you really unload the load of hay that was sold in the Walk with Grace Radio Auction? We did! Not by ourselves... we had lots of help. Take a brief look at Phil's bale handling mastery!
Wednesday Grace Auction Sets New Record
There is only one day left in the 2014 Walk with Grace Radio Auction. Our Wednesday auction netted a total of $7,910, bringing our three day total to $19,425. Thank for your your support of GRACE!! Click here for the Wednesday results.