Whitewater Turkey Dinner – Thursday, October 18 at the Whitewater Masonic Lodge

A delicious hot turkey dinner will be available at the Whitewater Masonic Lodge on Thursday, October 18 from 5 – 7 pm.

Tickets will be available at the door for only $10 for adults and $5 for kids under 12 years old.

The dinner will be held at the Lodge at 226 W. Main St. Whitewater and carry outs will be available.

Proceeds will be used for local scholarships as well as other community support programs.

 

10th Annual Stuff the Bus

Nelson’s Bus Service, Inc. and the Whitewater FFA Chapter have teamed up for the 10th year to Stuff the Bus. The main objective of this annual food drive is to get the students of Whitewater Unified School District, local area businesses and the Whitewater community involved by donating food and monetary contributions to Stuff the Bus in an effort to fight hunger. The donations will be collected and totaled by the Whitewater Food Pantry. Together with your partnership, please help the Whitewater FFA Chapter and Nelson’s Bus Service, Inc. make Stuff the Bus more successful than ever.

Schedule of Events:

  • Monday, October 1st through Friday, October 5th
    • WUSD Elementary & Middle School Food Drive – Bring Food Items to School
  • Friday, October 5th & Saturday, October 6th
    • Stuff the Bus will be at the Whitewater Walmart
    • Friday – Noon until 6:00 PM
    • Saturday – 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM
    • Saturday Activities Include: Pumpkin Decorating, Petting Zoo, Meet the Mascots & Live Broadcasting with 104.5 WSLD

Walmart will be selling pre-bagged items beginning October 5th

  • Pre-bagged items will be available for purchase for either $5 or $10.

Homecoming 2018 – Dance your way to the bus and stuff it!

Whitewater High School Student Council Food Drive – October 8th – October 11th

Come out and support the WHS home athletes the week of Homecoming.

Tuesday, October 9th

  • 4:45 PM – Football JV
  • 6:00 PM – Girls Varsity Swim Meet

** Bring one nonperishable food item per person and get free admission.

Thursday, October 11th – 3:30 PM – Co-Ed Cross Country – UW-Whitewater

** Bring one nonperishable food item per person

Friday, October 12th – 7:00 PM – Homecoming Football Game

**Bring one nonperishable food item per person & get into the football game for $1.

Whitewater’s 28th CROP Hunger Walk

When: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2018

Where: Fairhaven Senior Services435 W. Starin Road

Check-In: 12:30 pm @ Fairhaven Senior Services

Walk starts at 1:00 pm

Routes: 1 mile or 3 miles

DestinationWhitewater Downtown Armory146 W. North Street

Celebrate with Refreshments!

Participation in the Whitewater’s 28th CROP Hunger Walk is a wonderful service project for students of all ages!

Register for the Walk, Donate Online, or learn more about CWS/CROP, visit the website:   www.CROPHungerWalk.org/whitewaterwi

Our goal is $5,000.

Questions:  Patty – 262-949-8116 or harmon000333@yahoo.com.

In 2017, the 79 “Whitewater CROP Hunger Walk” walkers raised $3,540 with 25% or $885 for our local community food pantry. As we approach the year 2020, Whitewater’s 30th anniversary of participation, our goal is to raise $5,000 each year through 2020. By reaching the annual goals, we will reach a collective total of over $200,000 raised since 1989.  The collective total to date is $186,243.94.

Whitewater Food Pantry benefits from all the money raised.  As of 2017, the local food pantry portion of the collective total is $36,616.  If the challenge is met, the collective total to our Whitewater food pantries will be $63,434!


OUR CHALLENGE
If each Walker collects $10 each from 10 people…and 75 people commit to Walk (each year for the next 3 years)…the potential total is $22,500 bringing the lifetime collective total of $200,000 and then some!!!                                     

ARE YOU READY TO TAKE THE CHALLENGE???

Warhawk Football Coaches Join Effort To Help Local Brain Injury Survivor

UW-Whitewater head football coach Kevin Bullis and retired head coach Bob Berezowitz will join a post-game reception and fundraiser for local brain injury survivor Thomas Hapka after the Warhawk football game against Oshkosh on Saturday, October 6.

The event, organized by Life Beyond Brain Injury, will be held immediately after the Warhawk football game at the Willow Brook Golf Course (formerly Whitewater County Club) located at N9035 WI Highway 89 in Whitewater. Coaches Bullis and Berezowitz, as well as unspecified Warhawk players, will be on hand to meet fans.

There will be appetizers, a 50/50 cash raffle, and a silent auction of UW-Whitewater sports items, including a game-used helmet, two 2014 Championship commemorative footballs, team-signed footballs, and other Warhawk memorabilia. The event is open to the public and there is no admission fee, but donations are welcome and all proceeds from the event will go to Hapka’s medical fund.

Hapka, a UW-Whitewater graduate, was critically wounded when a chiropractor tore an artery in his neck and a nearby emergency room failed to diagnose his brain injury for almost three days. Hapka never received a legal settlement, and the ongoing complications from his brain injury have financially devastated Tom and his family.

Starr Lee, a founding member of Life Beyond Brain Injury and a journalism student at UW-Whitewater, said the group planned the post-game fundraiser as part of UW-Whitewater’s Family Day festivities.

“Family Day is all about UW-Whitewater families, and Tom’s family has a deep, longstanding connection to this university,” Lee said. “Tom’s dad, who died last year, worked at the campus for more than 37 years, and the Hapka family as a whole has provided more than 100 years of dedicated service to UW-Whitewater. Now the Hapka’s need their Warhawk family to rally around them, and that’s our call to action for this year’s Family Day.”

Those interested in learning more about the Life Beyond Brain Injury event at Willow Brook Golf Course (formerly Whitewater Country Club) are encouraged to email info@LifeBeyondBrainInjury.org or call 262.458.4090.

Culver’s Kiwanis Night To Benefit The Culver’s / Kiwanis Whitewater Breakfast Club’s WHS Scholarship Program – October 2

 

Kiwanis Appreciates the Support offered by Culver’s to the Whitewater Community!
Culver’s Kiwanis Night To Benefit The Culver’s / Kiwanis Whitewater Breakfast Club’s Whitewater High School Scholarship Program
When: October 2, 2018 from 5:00- 8:00 PM
Where: Culver’s of Whitewater, 1414 West Main Street
Customers can enjoy a delicious meal and refreshing Culver’s frozen custard while supporting The Culver’s/Kiwanis Whitewater Breakfast Club’s WHS Scholarship.

Whitewater FFA Alumni Cookout – Friday, September 28

Come early to Friday’s Senior Night Football Game versus Brodhead Juda and enjoy dinner prepared by the Whitewater FFA Alumni!

Dinner details: Friday, September 28th from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at the Whitewater High School Greenhouse (across from the football field). Dinner options include Pork Loin Sandwich plate or Hot Dog plate. Profits support Whitewater FFA programs.

See you there!