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Organization Notes: June 14

Organization Notes: June 14

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NAMI program Monday to be about Racine County Behavioral Health Services

RACINE — NAMI-Racine County, 2300 DeKoven Ave., will host a free program on Racine County Behavioral Health Services at 6 p.m. Monday, June 16.

Speakers from the Racine County Human Services Department are Mary Jane Whitmore, clinical director of Behavioral Health Services; and Michelle Goggins, Adult Services Division manager.

For more information, call Luann Simpson, NAMI-Racine program director, at 262-637-6200.

Jam session, sing-along set Wednesday at Burlington Senior Center

BURLINGTON — A jam session and sing-along will be held from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Burlington Senior Center, 201 N. Main St.

People interested in participating should bring their instruments. Spectators and those who like to dance are also welcome.

For more information, call 262-534-6138.

Hispanic Roundtable hosts resource fair, street sale on June 21

RACINE — The Hispanic Roundtable will host a Community Resource Fair and Street Sale with information for the Hispanic community from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 21, at A.I.S. Group, 1201 Ohio St. (Ohio Street and Washington Avenue).

The street sale in the parking lot will consist of donated items from local businesses and contractors to raise funds for the Community Restoration Fund. The fund is a project of the Hispanic Roundtable which provides low-cost home repairs to low-income families who do not qualify for government-sponsored programs.

The resource fair will be held inside of the building and will feature community agencies and organizations who will offer information and assistance to community members on a variety of topics.

There will be giveaway items and prizes.

Toys for Tots seeking donations, volunteers

RACINE — The Tex Reynolds Toys for Tots Workshop located in the City Hall Annex, 800 Center St., is open from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays to prepare for the Christmas season. Volunteers are always needed.

Donations of repairable toys, dolls, games, books, tricycles, bicycles, sleds, wagons, etc., even if parts are missing, can be dropped off at the nearest Racine, Caledonia, Mount Pleasant or Sturtevant fire station; Kortendick Hardware Store, 3806 Douglas Ave.; or Wells Fargo Bank, 1700 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.

All donations stay in Racine County. For more information, call 262-633-1379 and leave a name, telephone number and a brief message.


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