Here's a recap of our City By City report from Wednesday September 3, 2014:
An inaugural golf outing in raised more than $6,000 for local charities; Honor Credit Union's "FORE" Your Community event exceeded expectations, according to our reporting partners at WSJM. Area non-profits can now apply for grants using the form on the Honor Credit Union web site. Eighty golfers participated in the outing last week at Lake Michigan Hills Golf Club.
You can "Park for a Cause" at the Notre Dame - Michigan football game this weekend. This Saturday, the money goes to Pet Refuge, and "The 360 project". Weichert Realtors on Ironwood Road offers the give-back program every year. Last weekend, they raised $600 for Camp Millhouse. Here is their schedule:
9/6/14 Pet Refuge and The 360 Project
10/4/14 Christmas Commandos
10/11/14 RiverBend Cancer Services
11/15/14 Homeless Vets
11/22/14 Food Bank of Northern Indiana
September is Hunger Action Month and the Food Bank of Northern Indiana is hoping you'll wear orange in support on Thursday. September 4th is "Hunger Action Day" to bring awareness to the fact that so many of our neighbors don't always know where their next meal will come from. Our WNDU anchors and reporters will all be wearing orange in support.
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski is kicking off an "Education Tour" Wednesday. She will be speaking with education officials, community leaders, even students about getting students into the workforce. Her two-day tour starts in Warsaw; she will also visit Rochester, Elkhart, Walkerton, LaPorte and Plymouth.
The hit Broadway musical "RENT" is now showing at the historic Wagon Wheel Theatre. Tickets range in price from about $16 to 34 and parking is free. The theatre is located on East Center Street in Warsaw.
There is a special disc golf event going on for girls of all ages at Ferettie Baugo-Creek County Park in Osceola this Saturday morning; but you have to register by Thursday. Whether it is your first time playing or you want some pointers, all are welcome. To register, you can call 574-654-3155.
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