Community

Wed
14
Dec

Toys for Tots winding down

<p>Christmas wishes will come true Saturday as months of collecting toys and funds for the Toys for Tots program come to fruition.</p><p>Children who otherwise might not have a merry Christmas will gather at the Shawano United Methodist Church, 1000 Engel Drive, to pick out their presents.

Wed
14
Dec

Toys for Tots winding down

<p>Christmas wishes will come true Saturday as months of collecting toys and funds for the Toys for Tots program come to fruition.</p><p>Children who otherwise might not have a merry Christmas will gather at the Shawano United Methodist Church, 1000 Engel Drive, to pick out their presents.

Wed
14
Dec

Toys for Tots winding down

Christmas wishes will come true Saturday as months of collecting toys and funds for the Toys for Tots program come to fruition.

Children who otherwise might not have a merry Christmas will gather at the Shawano United Methodist Church, 1000 Engel Drive, to pick out their presents. This year's effort combined the annual Christmas Crusade toy drive conducted by local law enforcement, with programs through the Methodist church, the Salvation Army, radio stations WTCH and WOWN, the Shawano County Tavern League and the Shawano Area Food Pantry and Resource Center.

Wed
14
Dec

Toys for Tots winding down

Christmas wishes will come true Saturday as months of collecting toys and funds for the Toys for Tots program come to fruition.

Children who otherwise might not have a merry Christmas will gather at the Shawano United Methodist Church, 1000 Engel Drive, to pick out their presents. This year's effort combined the annual Christmas Crusade toy drive conducted by local law enforcement, with programs through the Methodist church, the Salvation Army, radio stations WTCH and WOWN, the Shawano County Tavern League and the Shawano Area Food Pantry and Resource Center.

Tue
13
Dec

Checkpoints will help tribal police stop drunken drivers

<p>The Menominee Tribal Police Department will heighten patrols of reservation roadways starting Friday as part of the Don't Shatter the Dream campaign against drunken driving.</p><p>A national effort of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and tribal law enforcement agencies, the Don't Shatter the Dream campaign involves tribal officers establishing checkpoints and saturation patrols on reservation roadways through Jan.

Tue
13
Dec

Checkpoints will help tribal police stop drunken drivers

The Menominee Tribal Police Department will heighten patrols of reservation roadways starting Friday as part of the Don't Shatter the Dream campaign against drunken driving.

A national effort of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and tribal law enforcement agencies, the Don't Shatter the Dream campaign involves tribal officers establishing checkpoints and saturation patrols on reservation roadways through Jan. 2.

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