'Fill the Seats' $50,000 Matching gift challenge for the carson park baseball stadium
Aging & Disability Resource Center Upcoming Events
Register online at www.adrcevents.org or call 715-839-4735.
Fabric donations and Volunteers needed
There is a nationwide shortage of medical isolation gowns. Gowns are personal protective equipment (PPE) worn by nurses and caregivers to help protect them from the potential spread of infection or illness. Dove Healthcare has launched “Gowns for Good” in hopes of finding individuals able to donate fabric/sheets and or make gowns.
“While there are no known cases of COVID-19 at Dove Healthcare’s 11 locations, we always need to be prepared and those preparations include having adequate PPE supply. Our continuous efforts with vendors to locate gowns have come up short. We recognize the significant impact the community made with producing homemade masks, and we’re hoping this challenge of making homemade gowns for our healthcare heroes will be met with the same enthusiasm,” stated Regional Director of Operations Jeremy Kiley.
To make a donation of fabric or sheets or to sign up to make gowns, email email@example.com or call 715-930-6004. For more information, visit dovehealthcare.com/events or facebook.com/dovehealthcare.
Martin Dental announces new dental spa office construction
L.E. Phillips Career development center's 31st annual charity golf outing on August 7, 2020 to help individuals with disabilities and disadvantages
Prevea Health is offering free COVID-19 testing in Eau claire and Chippewa falls until further notice
HSHS Sacred Heart St. Joseph's more cloth masks needed
Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls, WI - HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s hospitals are calling on community members to keep sewing and donating cloth face coverings. The overwhelming generosity in the past two months is appreciated by our hospital colleagues, leaders, board members and patients. Before use the masks are professional cleaned.
Cloth masks are being given to non-patient care colleagues, and patients when they are moving throughout the hospital and upon discharge. Those working in direct patient care areas will continue wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).
Current inventory of cloth masks is good, however the requirement for masking will continue within our hospitals, as per the CDC guidelines, for the foreseeable future. This will result in a need for additional donations.
Cloth masks can be dropped off in collection containers at Festival Foods in Eau Claire and Family Fare grocery stores in Chippewa Falls.
SFB Donates $20,000 to local food pantries through grant program
EAU CLAIRE – Area food pantries will be able to buy more food for those in need in five area communities thanks to a donation from Security Financial Bank (SFB). Through a partnership with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, SFB recently donated a total of $20,000 to local food pantries.
“We are committed to supporting our customers and communities, now more than ever. Through our partnership with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, we are happy to help support area food pantries as they help feed so many in need during this uncertain time,” said Paul Rudersdorf, SFB president & CEO.
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago is offering a COVID-19 Relief Program consisting of zero-rate advances and grants to support all of its member institutions and the communities they serve in Illinois and Wisconsin directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through this program, SFB received a $20,000 grant, of which they donated $4,000 to food pantries in each of their five markets including Durand, Bloomer, Eau Claire, Ladysmith and River Falls.
Food pantries receiving funds included:
“We are grateful to have local food pantries and food banks in the communities we serve,” Rudersdorf said. “At Security Financial Bank, we pride ourselves on helping our communities, and we were thrilled that we were able to help such worthwhile causes.”
CVTC Preparing for fall semester
Royal credit Union announces new regional director of branch operations
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. – Royal Credit Union has announced Jeff Marty as Regional Director of Branch Operations. In this role, he is responsible for leading and supporting Royal Branch Managers in the Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, and Rice Lake communities to meet the needs of our Members while providing an exceptional experience.
Marty began working for Royal in 2005 as a Teller Supervisor and progressed to Assistant Branch Manager, Branch Manager, and most recently Branch Manager II. He is currently working towards completing his Bachelor degree in Business Management.
Marty has been involved in many Royal committees including Young Professionals, Exploring Leadership Mentoring, Online Banking Conversion Committee, and the Accuracy Committee. He is also heavily involved in the community through his volunteer work at the Feed my People Food Bank, the Community Table, Eau Claire Humane Association, Adopt a Highway, and serving on the board for the Community Beautification Association. He currently resides in Eau Claire with his wife and two children.
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Eau Claire Chamber
The Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce has more than 1,200 members.