Mud Challenge benefits local United Way
STAR JOURNAL REPORT
The Northwoods United Way has benefitted from a recent run in the mud. The Legionnaires Mud Challenge was held July 1 at the Crandon International Raceway. The event, organized by Community Connect, LLC, raised over $1,567 for the Northwoods United Way.
“Community Connect has been a supporter of the Northwoods United Way, and we are very happy that a portion of the proceeds from the recent Legionnaires Mud Challenge were allocated back to our communities,” said Nancy Sattler, executive director of Northwoods United Way. “This check will help us achieve our 2017 fundraising goal.”
The Northwoods United Way works to advance the common good by focusing on the building blocks for a quality life, which are health, income and education. It serves community members in Vilas, Oneida, and Forest Counties. Currently, the Northwoods United Way provides funding to 26 agencies throughout the three counties.
For more information about the Northwoods United Way, or the agencies they support, please contact Sattler at [email protected]. Donations can also be sent to PO Box 177, Rhinelander, WI 54501.