Special to the EagleHerald
The Crivitz Area Woman's Club, represented by Linda Schilling (right), presents a $1,000 donation to Pam Mueller Johnson, director of Marinette County Elderly Services.
Special to the EagleHerald

The Crivitz Area Woman's Club, represented by Linda Schilling (right), presents a $1,000 donation to Pam Mueller Johnson, director of Marinette County Elderly Services.

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CAWC makes multiple donations

CRIVITZ — The Crivitz Area Woman's Club (CAWC) holds multiple fundraisers throughout the year. Much of those fundraisers were canceled this year because of COVID-19; however, the club is distributing $10,000 to multiple tax-exempt organizations in Crivitz and surrounding communities.

Marinette County Elderdly Services recently received a $1,000 donation and the St. Vincent de Paul conference of Sts. Agnes, Augustine and Mary received a $500 donation. 

Editor's note: Photographs of the check-passings can be seen on our website, ehextra.com, under Community, Community In Brief. 

Wausaukee Enterprises receives grant

WAUSAUKEE — Wausaukee Enterprises Inc. received a grant in the amount of $1,120 from the Community-Wide Endowment held at the M&M Area Community Foundation.

Wausaukee Enterprises will use the grant money to purchase new computers and technology for the individuals that are served at the Wausaukee facility. This new technology will help give access to educational and vocational resources that they may not have had previously. These resources are then used to help assist individuals gain greater independence within their community.

Wausaukee Enterprises is a nonprofit, community-based rehabilitation facility that was established in 1969 and currently serves disabled adults in Marinette County.