Young Professionals highlight local opportunity
Wisconsin Rapids will join 26 other communities throughout the State of Wisconsin to focus on the future of our community, during Young Professionals Week, April 20-28.
Current , the vibrant Young Professionals organization in Wisconsin Rapids, invites area professionals of all ages and career stages to share experiences, viewpoints and aspirations through a variety of interactive learning and social events:
- Multi Millions: Community Investment Panel will run from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24, at the Wisconsin Rapids Elks Club, 430 W. Jackson Street. Panelists representing Aspirus Riverview Hospital & Clinics, South Wood County YMCA, Wisconsin Rapids Area Boys & Girls Club, Incourage and the City of Wisconsin Rapids will provide an overview and answer questions about the multi-million dollar projects happening in our City.
- Workout Wednesday, on Wednesday, April 25, will feature a morning yoga class at 7 a.m. and an evening workout at 7 p.m. at Limitless Bootcamp, 3110 48th Street N. in Grand Rapids.
- Pop Up Happy Hour with Milkweed Market will run from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 26, at 340 W. Grand Avenue, between City Hall and the Johnson Hills building.
YPWeek highlights the range of opportunities that are possible in our area and how young professionals can help to bring that future to life. I join with Current in inviting you to continue joining in to grow a sustainable environment for civic engagement and economic growth.
Join Wisconsin Rapids Spring Clean 2.0 on May 13
The City of Wisconsin Rapids and Current, our local Young Professionals organization, once again urge all residents, young and old, to help beautify our City’s neighborhoods, during the second annual Spring Clean event.
Meet us this Sunday, May 13, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., outside Sportsman’s Pub & Grille, 4810 Eighth Street S., for a group photo and drink specials. Location assignments, garbage bags and gloves will be provided.
Do your part for to put a good “face” on our community … join Spring Clean 2.0!
Thanks for reading,
Mayor Zach Vruwink