Celebrate the spirit of the season with us at City Hall
Glad tidings and cheer will mark the evening of Thursday, December 14, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. That’s when we’ll welcome local residents to join us in celebrating the season, and the work of our City officials and staff, at our annual City Hall Holiday Open House, in our Lobby at 444 W. Grand Avenue.
You’ll experience “season’s greetings”-style entertainment from the Lincoln High School Chamber Singers. And for younger ones, Santa Claus will be on hand to help keep spirits bright.
Bring a cash, food or toy donation, and your young ones will be able to have a free photo with Santa. All donations will benefit the food pantry, The Family Center, Wisconsin Rapids Area Boys & Girls Club and the Firefighters Toy Drive.
In addition, you can tour City Hall, visit City departments, and learn more about how we serve you and fellow citizens throughout the year.
For more information, call 715-421-8216, or email email@example.com.
I look forward to seeing you!
2018 Winter Recreation Guide now available
The 2018 Winter Parks and Recreation Guide is now available! Registration opens December 15th. Check out the guide here!
Spread holiday cheer as a volunteer
Local citizens looking for ways to “give back” to their community this holiday season can find golden opportunities through the United Way of Inner Wisconsin Volunteer Center.
The Volunteer Center offers a varied selection of seasonal volunteer opportunities – from serving meals or caring for homeless pets, to making crafts for shut-ins or visiting seniors who would welcome a friendly face.
I strongly encourage you to take time right now to browse the Center’s online database of holiday volunteer needs. You can also call 715-421-0390 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
And, don’t forget there are other ways to spread cheer to your fellow residents. You can also help support the work of the Volunteer Center with a year-end financial donation to United Way of Inner Wisconsin, here.
Let us do our share to help ensure “Happy Holidays” for all!
Thank you for reading!
Mayor Zach Vruwink