Toys, books and food, these are just some simple things many of us take for granted. But it’s something the Salvation Army says is key in br…
The quasi-military camp is designed to offer high school drop outs a chance to change
Firefighters distributed wrapped gifts including toys, puzzles, and games.
The effort helps support a program called Ben’s Wish, which helps local food pantries.
Over the past year, Grace has made more than 110 fleece blankets for students and their families.
The Appleton Area Jaycees have helped local children in need go Christmas shopping for more than 60 years.
The two-day event brought in about 50 kids.
So far, with the help of other runners, they have raised $32,000 dollars for the cause.
Local restaurants dished up soup in bowls hand-crafted by area students.
The goal is to have one family move into the first floor by Christmas. The second family will be able to move in by next summer.