Jayce was born with Hypoplastic left heart syndrome. At age 3 days he under went his first open heart surgery, the Norwood procedure. Jayce spent the first 27 days in the hospital. At 4 1/2 months old he under went his second open heart surgery, the Glenn procedure. Now at 3 1/2 years old on…

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This June, Mariah Olson celebrated 40 years of life since her neuroblastoma diagnosis when she was still a baby. In honor of her diagnosis & survival, there will be a virtual celebration & fundraiser, with the proceeds going to The Neuroblastoma Children’s Cancer Society & the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. Any remaining proceeds…

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Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the American Legion Post 52 in La Crosse has remained closed since March, unable to earn any money to support our veterans. They use the funds to support homeless Veterans, for youth scholarships & other youth programs, and many more activities. Please consider donating to the American Legion Post…

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This Saturday, August 8th, The La Crosse Jaycees are hosting a Fair Food and Pizza Fundraiser with Stumpy’s Concessions and Blood Drive with Versiti Blood Center and Radisson Hotel La Crosse. The Blood Drive runs 10am-3pm inside the Radisson Hotel. Please register by clicking here. Appointments are required, no walk-ins accepted due to Covid-19. Come…

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This Friday, Saturday & Sunday, you can help “Stuff the Bus” at Walmart in La Crosse! The goal is to provide school supplies to local children in need of a fresh start to the school year! Walmart and The Salvation Army have collaborated for more than 30 years with a common mission to meet needs…

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This Saturday, July 25, Rotary Lights is spearheading the largest dairy give-away in the history of Western WI. From 10 am until 6 pm (or while supplies last) at the location of the old Macy’s store at Valley View Mall we will be giving away just under 2,000 boxes of dairy products. Each box contains…

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In September of 2019, Troy had a yearly physical and was diagnosed with a very aggressive prostate cancer. He had his prostate removed weeks later, but that did not remove all of the cancer. He underwent hormone therapy to try & stop the cancer from spreading, and is currently undergoing radiation. Troy and his wife,…

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The Fire and Iron Station 131d Burn Camp ride has been modified due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. As a club, we feel that the health and safety of our visitors and volunteers outweighed holding the traditional ride. Introducing “Fill the Boot” donation ride on Saturday July 18th, sponsoring PFFWCF Burn Camp of Wisconsin (Burn Camp…

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Late last year, our incredible Rock listeners were asked to help us raise money for the City of La Crosse Police Department’s K9 program after K9 officer Zaback was forced into early retirement due to an injury. With your tremendous outpouring of support, we were able to collect over $15,000 for the purchase & training…

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This year’s Thunder Ride for Juvenile Diabetes is happening the week of July 18th – 25th. You can choose your own ride style by going with the group of riders on Saturday, July 25th, or by visiting each of the five ride stops on your own pace starting on July 18th. The ride on July…

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