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Thank you, Schofield Dollar Tree!

      We would like to thank Schofield's Dollar Tree for donating 20+ boxes of supplies for the animals of LCHS! We greatly appreciate the support and donation of much-needed cat and dog food, toys, and treats for the animals! 




Fall Banquet Cancelled for 2020

We are sad to announce our Annual Fall Banquet will be cancelled for 2020. Due to the incredible amount of local businesses that donate prizes and sponsor the event, we did not want to put any additional strain on these organizations that may have been impacted by the pandemic. This event is the biggest fundraiser for LCHS each year and the banquet often raises more than $25,000 so please continue to support LCHS.

Please continue to show your support for your local businesses - these organizations are the heart of non-profits. Local businesses donate and assist so many non-profits, without them most fundraisers would be impossible. 

Thank you for your on-going support of our shelter animals. We are grateful for the generosity of the community! 




LCHS Benefit Auction Update

 OUR AUCTION RAISED $5,815! THANK YOU ALL! 

We would like to thank the many sponsors who donated prizes for our online Benefit Auction. Due to many fundraisers being cancelled, this Benefit Auction became a way to offset some of the financial loss. We are so happy to report that our community again answered our call for help. The Auction has been very popular and many people have bid far beyond the minimum bid. Many new donors came forward with items for the auction. People shared and posted and promoted the Auction all over Facebook. Our community's generosity and support is always inspiring, and once again, we thank you for caring so much about homeless animals. You are their voice and you are our strength. Thank you! 

 

Our LCHS Benfit Auction Sponsors:

 

7 Oaks Bodywork & Massage

Ashley Boyd

Wes Schoepke

Sara Stevenson

Iron Raven Tattoo

Jennifer & Jaxon Bootz

Moments Foster Care

Dr. Karen Johnson

Derek Krzanowski

Judy Joles Locke

Riverwood Originals of Gleason

Tim & Deena Rathbun

Jenny Miner

Tomahawk Furniture

Kaitlynn Krzanowski

Jim Daenicke

Stubby & Sally Thayer

Marathon Town & Country

Karen Mootz

Lora Reichelt

Ken & Sally Tupa

Trina DeLasky

Kari Kercher

Shirley Harper

Tanya Kleinschmidt

Cindy Markowski

 

We would like to thank our Platinum Sponsor, Skutak Dental of Rothschild, for donating so many amazing items for the Auction. Thank you, Skutak Dental, for your continued support! 

 




LCHS No Longer in Need of Blankets/Towels

We would like to thank everyone for the incredible amount of blankets and towels that have been donated recently! The shelter is currently out of storage space for blankets and towels so we cannot accept any towels or blankets right now. Thank you for your continued support! 




LCHS Benefit Auction May 11-20

To make up for someo f our cancelled fundraisers, LCHS will be starting a benefit auction May 11-20. All items will be posted on facebook and all bidding will occur on facebook. Please use this link (you may have to copy and paste) to join the facebook page dedicated to the LCHS Benefit Auction - https://www.facebook.com/groups/279703646377102/?epa=SEARCH_BOX 

There will be a variety of auction prizes and we will post details about the prizes, the minimum bids, and any other information soon! Thank you all for your continued support! We could not do this wihtout you! 

Here is some information about the upcoming auction:

1. Bid in increasing increments of $5

2. Create a new facebook comment when bidding - a facebook reply may be missed

3. No deleting a bid - if you bid on the wrong item, message us to correct it

4. If you back out on a bid you win, you may be banned from future auctions

5. There will be a minimum starting bid on all auction items

6. Remember, this is an auction, and all money raised goes directly to the animals of the shelter. These funds help us provide medical care, spay and neuter surgeries, and enrichment for the animals here.

7. Bid HIGH and bid OFTEN. Feel free to tag friends or cheer on other people bidding. Rude or negative comments will be immediately deleted. 

8. No promoting you own items for sale on the auction site.

9. Please understand LCHS staff will be working with the animals and doing other jobs during the auction time. We will do our best to answer questions right away but sometimes there will be a delay. 

10. Auction items must be paid for via Paypal or over the phone with credit card by calling 715-536-3459. Make sure to note the Item Number if you pay via Paypal. We do not have a cash/check payment option. 

11. Some items will not be available for shipping. We will list whether shipping is available or not on each item as it is posted. Shipping may be at the buyer's expense.

12. We appreciate your support as we navigate new ways to raise money for our shelter pets! Please remember, we are all in this together and we incredibly grateful for all you to help homeless animals in our community! 




Essential Business Order

While the Essential Business Order is still in effect for Wisconsin, LCHS remains closed except for adoptions, redemptions (reclaiming your own animal that was brought in as a stray), and incoming strays or surrenders from Lincoln County.

Before the COVID-19 concerns, LCHS sometimes had as many as 50 people visit in one day! We greatly miss our volunteers and we're looking forward to seeing you all again soon! But for now, unfortunately, we aren't able to have volunteers visit with the cats or walk dogs. We know our volunteers miss visiting with the animals and we want to assure you that our staff is still providing great care and making sure the animals get some extra TLC during this time. 

We are also very thankful to all of our donors for understanding the modified policies - we are asking that non-monetary items be placed into a tote outside our front door (there are tax receipts in an envelope attached to the tote) and monetary donations be sent through standard mail or completed online. Many of our regular donors would visit in person and then spend some time with the animals of the shelter. We are sad this isn't an option at this time but again, we thank you all for your ongoing support and generosity! 

We are also saddened that LCHS can no longer accept aluminum can donations. In the past, this has been a great fundraiser for us. Unfortunately due to the health risks for our staff and volunteers, can donations will be discontinued until further notice. We do not have a set time in mind to begin can donations again but we will post any updates on our website and facebook page. Several people have contacted LCHS to ask what to do with aluminum cans - if you are willing to take the cans to a local recycling facility (Alter Metals in Wausau, Tomahawk Iron & Metal, or TerX Recycling in Brokaw), you can have the check written to LCHS and donate the money from the cans. 

We appreciate your patience and support during this time! We will see each other again soon. Stay safe! 




Fundraising Update 4/23

As LCHS begins to adapt to new fundraising challenges in the months, we would like to keep everyone updated and get your feedback. 

Our ATV/UTV Ride is still scheduled as previously planned for July 25. We will post more updates as we get closer to the event. 

LCHS is planning a Benefit Auction for May. The Benefit Auction will occur on facebook and payments must be through Paypal or call-in credit card payments. More details coming soon! If you are interested in donating a prize, please call us at 715-536-3459. 

We are also considering new dates for our 5K Walk for Whiskers. We will keep everyone posted!

We want to thank you all for your continued support during this difficult time. Many non-profits are facing challenges we never considered before and we appreciate your patience and guidance during this time. The animals thank you! 




March Honorarium Donations

We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor a loved one in March! Your support is greatly appreciated!

Sally Tupa by Lora Reichelt

Floran "Tuffy" Pfuhl by Gwen Carlson, Jacklyn Akey

Christie's Birthday by Laura Singsime

Nancy Podgorski by Anita Norton-Heil

Callie by Marlene Graap

Darlene Woodward's 80th Birthday by Dennis & Joanne Brandner

LeRoy Gilson by Ron Gilson, Andrew Carlson, Tammy & Timothy Woller, Joan Scharbius, Mary Scharbius, Deborah Crass, David & Pammie Wangerin

Shirley Westra by Beth Westra, Ed Wasserstrom

Ruth Harbath by Brenda Zettler

Kathy Gruett by Beverly Dietz

Kenny Ellenbecker by Johnille Alft

Donald Buntrock by Jerry & Lynn Marrier

Claire Kufahl's Birthday by David & Carol Finanger, Timothy Kufahl

Peggy Trantow by Anonymous

Diesel Wengeler by Kirsten Wengeler

Jerry O'Connor by Joan Nygaard

Elsie Zietlow by Peggy Bauman

Donald Buntrock by Mariann & Steve Hanig, Jerry & Lynn Marrier

 

 

 

 

 




March Donors

We would like to thank the following donors for their support in March! We greatly appreciate everyone's generosity!

Leslie & Cindy Hojnacki

Ingrid Erickson

Meghan Stevenson

Aqua Finance, Inc

Marjorie Hanna

Hillside Hideaway

Lawrence Ekdahl

Cecil Ballou

Danielle Gilbert

Nadine Appel

Frontstream

Candice Jacobson

Jerry & Susan Zastrow

Jodene Lokemoen

Amber Charlton

Diana Berenz

Janet Selnes

Pamela Welch

Amy Fromm

Graebel Companies - Pot of Good Donation Drive

Daniel Theiler

Dan Lara

Brett Klug

Tasha Wassink

T.B. Scott Library

Network for Good (Facebook)

Amy Hameister

Laura Norton 

Nancy Clinton

Maxine & Jay Tlusty

Jean Fennel

Rose Lynd

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Facebook (Network for Good) Donations

We are incredibly grateful to the many supporters that donate & raise money for LCHS through Facebook. This is a great support of LCHS - in March we received $1,305.06. Each month, a check is distributed from Facebook's "Network for Good" program with the money donated during the previous month. 

Unfortunately, we are not provided with a list of donors or the donation event that solicited the donations for LCHS. We are not ignoring the generous support of so many people who chose LCHS as their charity for birthday and holiday fundraisers, we are unable to list the donors because Facebook keeps the donations anonymous. So please, do not hesitate to donate to LCHS via Facebook, just be aware that we will not receive the donor information on our end.

If you do decide to donate or do a fundraiser for LCHS and would like us to post a photo or recognition, we are happy to post it so please contact us! Thank you for your continued support! 




Aluminum Can Donation Ending 4/4/20

We are sad to announce that LCHS will no longer be accepting donated aluminum cans at our facility, effective immediately. At this time, there are simply too many health risks for our staff and volunteers. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your previous support! 




February Honorarium Donations

We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor of a loved one in February! We greatly appreciate your support!

Tony Boigt by Arlene Boigt

Sandy Schmidt by Karen & Douglas Drost, Beth & Dale Jankowsky, Dawn Koehler

Kenny Ellenbecker by Diane Belter, Kim Schwartz, Diane Peterson, Donald Koester, Blair Hubbard, Carol Bartz, A. Huber, Scott & Rebecca Mackin

Bev Simon by Steven & Virginia Drew

Loren White by Leesa Roth

Chad Blake by Kathleen Livingston

Miss Penny by Donald & Jeannette Chamberlain

Mike Josiger by Karen & Maurice Abraham

Nancy Podgorski by Dale & Sandy Gerlach, Byron & Cynthia Miller, Stanley & Sherrie Podgorski, Jennifer Schwede, Walter & Joanie Carston, Mary Jo Macswain, Cindy & William Brandl, Duane & Mary Stremlau,             Jim & Sara Pinsonneault, Thomas & Julie Leslie, Brian & Denise Hackbarth, George Henrich Sr.

Roxy the dog by Bill & Carol Sparr

Eunice Daenicke by Marjorie Herman

Callie the kitty by Ron & Rose-Marie Peterson, Barbara Kampstra

Fred Yutuc by Park City Realty

Sue Kufahl by James & Beth Badeau

Floran "Tuffy" Pfuhl by Michelle Becker, Darla Sann, Jeffrey Anderson, W.L. & Mary Fisher

 

 




February Donors

We would like to thank the following donors for their support in February! We are incredibly grateful!

Meghan Stevenson

Cecil Ballou

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Shannon Cagle

Nancy Specht

Diana Berenz

Hilda Bukovic

Lawrence Ekdahl

Nadine Appel

Rick & Judith Lombard

Lynn & Derek Archer

Margaret Fruend

Marcy Wiltgen

Town of King

Janet Selnes

Pamela Welch

Joel Schlereth

Dan Lara

Amazonsmile

Darla Sann

Barbara Rambo-Hartley

Tasha Wassink

Chad Jirovec

Angela & Patrick Bailey

Network for Good (Facebook)

Stefanie Carlson

Amy Hameister

Donald & Sarah Litzer

Bruce & Janis Krueger

Dawn Gourlie

Diane Witscheber

Kerry Hass

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




LCHS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The Lincoln County Humane Society will be closed until further notice, effective immediately. 

Based on the latest requiements regarding esesntial businesses, we will be closing to the public but will continue our daily operates to ensure the animals are cared for. We will work with our Board of Directors to determine when it is best to reopen. 

Call LCHS in advance at 715-536-3459 to make appointment for:

adoptions, reclaiming your own pet, stray/lost animals in Lincoln County, or surrendering a pet

 

Thank you for your patience & support!




LCHS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The Lincoln County Humane Society will be closed until further notice, effective immediately.

Based on the latest requirements regarding essential businesses, we will be closing to the public but continue our daily operations to ensure the animals are cared for. We will work with our Board of Directors to determine when it is best to reopen.

 

Call LCHS in advance at 715-536-3459 to make appointments for:

-adoptions

-reclaiming an animal that was brought to LCHS as a stray

-a stray/lost animal in Lincoln County

-surrendering an animal

 

We are not accepting volunteers at this time

Non-monetary donations are still welcome - we encourage you to call in advance and deliver the items outside the front door of LCHS

 

Dog license sales will still occur but you must mail a copy of the rabies certificate, payment, and information for the dog license to LCHS at 310 N. Memorial Drive, Merrill WI 54452. You can purchase a dog license through your municipality. Please call LCHS for information if you decide to purchase the dog license through your municipality. We do not have any information regarding the State of Wisconsin's decision to extend the dog license sales. As far as we know, March 31 is still the last day to purchase a license.




LCHS Response to COVID-19

Guidelines for potential visitors & customers to LCHS:

LCHS will be following our normal hours for now. Our shelter relies heavily on the efforts of volunteers and visits from the public. We do see a high volume off visitors during weekends and school breaks. However, to protect the health of our volunteers, staff, and community, we ask you visit only if:

-you plan to adopt an animal 

-you have a scheduled appointment to bring in your own animal to surrender

-you are reclaiming your own lost animal

-you have found a stray or lost animal in Lincoln County 

 

Please call ahead no matter the reason you intend to visit. You will be asked to wash your hands frequently throughout your visit. 

 

Please do not visit our shelter if:

-you have traveled to an area where coronavirus is spreading in the past 14 days.

-you have had direct contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19

-you have a higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19

-feel sick - including cough, fever, difficulty breathing or flu-like symptoms

 

Our goal is to continue to operate with our mission - reuniting animals with owners and finding forever homes for the animals in our care. We will post available animals for adoption and continue to operate to the best of our ability. We are working on plans to ensure LCHS animals would be cared for in the event of an emergency.

Please make additional plans for your own pets at home. Make sure your pets are wearing proper identification tags, that you have crates, extra food, medications, or supplies at home, and you have a trusted family member or friend to care for your pet if you should become ill. 

Thank you for your understanding and support!




January & February Animal Statistics

We are pleased to announce the January & February animal statistics! Thank you for all your continued support!

 

Adoptions:

Cats: 78

Dogs: 25

Hamster/Guinea Pig: 6

 

Lost Animals Reunited with Owners:

Cats: 4

Dogs: 12




February Animal Sponsors

We would like to thank the following donors for sponsoring animals in February! We greatly appreciate your support!

Kathleen Burish

Christiana Ruelas-Wood

Brittney Hallquist

Ann Schroeder

Gary & Melinda Randall

Johanna Doyle

Hannah Schultz

Barbara Dalsky Dern

Vince & Laurie Cottrell

Mary Buttke

Michelle Becker

Kathryn Brewington

Jennifer Gardner

Anonymous




Dog License Update

DOG LICENSE UPDATE - LCHS HAS SOLD OUT OF DOG LICENSES

 

The Lincoln County Humane Society has sold out of 2020 dog licenses. You are still able to purchase a 2020 dog license through your municipality.

As long as the dog license is purchased before March 31, there are no late fees. 

Spayed/neutered dog: $10

Unaltered dog: $30

You must provide a current copy of a rabies vaccine to your municipality in order to purchase a license.

The following link will connect you with the appropriate township to purchase a license:

co.lincoln.wi.us/county-clerk/page/munipalities

 




February Donation Boxes

Thanks to everyone who has supported LCHS by donating through our donation boxes! Your support is greatly appreciated! And a huge thank you to all of the businesses that host the boxes for us!

In February, we received $297.35 as a result of your donations!

 

Merrill Locations:

Merrill Vet Clinic

Merrill Golf Course

Wagner Shell

Eagle's Club

Chips

Lincoln Community Bank

First Street Coffee Station

Park City Credit Union

Customer One Coop

Holiday (Center Ave)

Pine Ridge Restaurant

Merrill Federal

Ace Hardware

Young's Pharmacy

County Market

Los Mescales


Tomahawk Locations:


Tomahawk Furniture & Gun

The Cheese Shoppe

Kracker Barrel

The Bridge Motel

Trig's

River Valley Bank 

Park City Credit Union

Tomahawk Family Restaurant

Standard Mercantile

Hometown Feed Mill

Crossroads Mobile

Tomahawk Shell

Lincoln County Cycles

Great Lake Food

Cerny's Greenhouse

The Knot Haus

Aquatic Arts


Wausau Locations:


Katzenbarkers

Marathon Town & Country

 

 




February Aluminum Can Donations

 Thanks to everyone who donated aluminum cans in February! Your support resulted in $544.40 for the animals calling the shelter their temporary home! 

You can donate aluminum cans at 4 different locations to support the animals of the shelter!

1. The can donation bin in the LCHS parking lot at our new building

2. Schulz's Recycling in Merrill (specify the money is designated for LCHS)

3. Tomahawk Iron & Metal (specify the money is designated for LCHS)

4. Hometown Feed Mill in Tomahawk

Our thanks to Schulz's Recycling, Tomahawk Iron & Metal, and Hometown Feed Mill for your support as donation locations! And a thanks to the staff of Schulz's Recycling for donating their time to pick up the cans from LCHS!

 




Thank you, Merrill Rotary Club

We would like to thank the Rotary Club of Merrill for choosing LCHS to be their 2020 Rotary Uncorked recipient! The event was a lot of fun and we are so grateful for the generosity of the Rotary Club!




January Animal Sponsors

We would like to thank the following supporters for sponsoring animals in January! Your support is greatly appreciated!

Jessie Gums

Kathryn Brewington

Michael & Amy Stiver

Dana Podeweltz

Emily Mueller

Sarah & Matt Semling

Judith Schlub

Steven Shannon

Al & Jenny Miner

Heather Ingman & Alberto Araya

John Heuer

 

 

 

 

 




Soup Cook-Off Update!

We would like to thank all of the amazing people who made our 2nd Annual Soup & Chili Cook-Off a huge success!


Our winners are:

1st Place: Darcy Taylor's Cheese Potato Soup

2nd Place: Sally Thayer's Extraordinary Chicken Soup

Most Creative Name: Darla Sann Koenig's Whisker Licken' Ham & Bean Soup

 

We would like to thank the following supporters for making amazing soups for the event:

Darcy Taylor

Sally Thayer

Darla Sann Koenig

Tim Koenig

Brian Eckman

Lynn Wisniewski

John Lahti

Lisa & Tim Skutak

Austin Krzanowski

Rebecca Sonntag

JL Rose

Jim Daenicke

Mike Grunenwald, owner of "The Beacon"

 

This year's event raised $1,769 for the animals calling the shelter their temporary home! We would also like to thank all of the amazing bakers who donated desserts for our bake sale!

 

 




Soup Cook-Off Entries

We are still accepting more entries to our upcoming Soup Cook-Off on February 22 but we wanted to share the list of delicious soups that have already been registered! We still have tickets available for anyone interested in attending the Soup Cook-Off as a "tester." 

Extraordinary Chicken Soup by Sally T.

Chili by JL R.

Purr-ty Good Chili by Darla S. 

Cajun Bean Soup by Jim D.

The Cat's Meow, an Absolutely Pawsome, Creamy Chicken Potato Soup by Brian E. 

Sausage Corn Chowder by Lynn W. 

Chili by Darcy T.

Cheesy Potato Soup by Darcy T.

Whisker Lickin' Ham & Bean Soup by Tim K.

Cream Soup by John L. 

Bonfires Burnin' Chili by The Beacon

Wisconsin Bellywarmer Soup by The Beacon

Cheeseburger Soup by Lisa S. 
 

 

We will also be having a bake sale during the event! 




January Honorarium Donations

We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor of a loved one in January! We appreciate your continued support!

Chad Blake by Gary Schmidt, Tammy & Adam Haugen, Red Hat Sisters, Richard & Rebecca Flatau, Dan Nordall, Michael & Patricia Hruby, 

Sandy Schmidt by Linda & Robert Schotz, Michael & Amy Stiver, Carl & Mary Moscherosch, Linda Taylor, Karen & Doug Drost, Ed Gruett, Linda Bergh, Pat & Paula Burge, Linda Weege, Jo & Mark Bronsteatter, Linda Schotz, Diane Kleinschmidt, Sam & Gene Krause, Geno & Marion Hackbart, Sue Grefe, Joanie Schiller, Todd & Angie Johnson, Mary Buttke, Valerie Johnson, Butch & Sandy Shearier, Karen Karow, Duwayne & Diane Kleinschmidt, Janet Schaefer, Julie & Alan Coss, Scott & Linda Doerr, Heidi Scallberg, W.L. & Mary Fisher

Raymond Klaips by Ronald & Beth Kautz

Kurt Lindquist by Marlene Graap, Karen Karow

Nancy Podgorski by Jean & Joe Folta,  Marcella Jeager, Lisa Shulta, Ronald & Louise Lau, Stacy Carston, Carol Fischer, David & Cynthia Lambrecht, Michael & Patricia Knab, Brian & Rhonda Arndorfer

Karen Ollhoff by Darrell & Melissa Dengel

Sheila Lau by Craig Lau

Jeanne Heckman by The Jeanne Heckman Trust

Kevin Pierzina by Church Mutual Employees

Terri Marnholtz's Birthday by Katie & Will Uttech

Kevin Monroe by Amy Monroe

Ruth Wengler by Dianne Belling

Karen Krueger by Bonnie Pophal 

Myrtle Fischer by Kathleen Monnot

Joe Ziembo by Joann Wilke

Joseph Carl Cheel by Lori Cerny

Peggy Trantow by Randy Osness

Maggie May by Marilyn & Walter Schmidt

Jim, Irish, Festis, Hank, & Bocephus by Carolyn Byer

 




January Donors

We would like to thank the following donors for their support in January! We greatly appreciate the continued support!

 

Gary Schmidtz

Anonymous

Greg Fournier

Barbara Dalsky Dern

Carol Peterson & Alice Andraski

Lawrence Ekdahl

Inyo County Search & Rescue

Kris Ziegler

Cecil Ballou

Sarah & Matt Semling

James & Rosemary Schielke

Linda Weege

Gail Sadlier

Nadine Appel

Frontstream

Diana Berenz

Danny Yarger

Donna Preston

Paula Koelsch

Dawn & Frank Sus Jr

Kellie Nowack & Peanut

Kay Christensen

Pamela Welch

Janet Selnes

Dan Lara

Richard & Linda Kriewaldt

David & Lora Reichelt

Elizabeth Whalen

Network for Good

Theodore Indermuehle & Abby Trapp

Jay VanDerGeest

Tasha Wassink

Ronald Prey

Hilda Bukovic

Amy Hameister

Michael Ashlswede

Mark & Catherine Krupinski

Heather Ingman-Jirgl

David & Heidi Press

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Rotary Uncorked Wine-Tasting Event

 The Rotary Club will be hosting Rotary Uncorked 2020 on Thursday, February 27 from 6pm-9pm at Les & Jim's Lincoln Lanes!

Tickets are $40 each (available at the Merrill Chamber of Commerce or Eventbrite) and include appetizers, dinner, music, live and silent auctions. The benefit goal is to raise fund for the Lincoln County Humane Society. 

Please join us in your best red & white attire! Please call the Merrill Chamber of Commerce with any questions. 715-536-9474




Closed January 21 & 22

LCHS will be closed Tuesday January 21 & Wednesday January 22 for some maintenance projects. We will be open again Thursday from 12pm-5pm. If you find a stray animal or have an animal related emergency, please call the Sheriff's Department at 715-536-6272.




December Honorarium Donations

We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor of a loved one in December! Your support is greatly appreciated!

Jennifer Ingman by Peter Solt

Merrilee Duplayee by LuAnn Duplayee

Johanna Hoerstmann by Norman & Jan Deffner

Jim Geiss by Scott & Rebecca Mackin, Carol Osness, Lori Geiss

Martha (Mackin) by Nancy Strand

Joyce Marden by Thomas & Joanne Marty

Barbara Nordall by The Fab Five

Jourdyn Koebe by Jay & Polly Koebe

Tim Rowe by Mike & Vonya Ellsworth

Fraidy Cat (Krueger) by Amy Krueger

Renee McCormick by Joanne Walen

Penny the Dog (Graveen) by Kronenwetter Veterinary Care

Phyllis Rice by Anne Rehwinkle

Jermaine Yonke by Lynn Zastrow

Craig "Gus" Osness by Janet Beyer-Thums, Marian Seidlitz, Chad & Tami Travis, Dennis & Alissa Terrance, Constance Cimino, Mariann & Steve Hanig, Brad Ollmann, Peter & Joan Tabor, Elizabeth VanDerGeest, Stephen & Nicole Lenhart, Dean Dahlke, Richard & Elayne Ollmann, Carol Osness, Denise Severt, Robert & Rebecca Ott, Bruce & Carol Severt, Mark & Debbie Weix, Randy & Laurie Weisenfeld




December Donors

We would like to thank the following donors for supporting LCHS in December! We are so grateful for your continued support!

Shari Koval

Bruce & Janis Krueger

Kent Rinne

Ricky Argall

Lindsay Lisowski

Merrill Busy Bee 4H Club

Marvin & Betty Kamke

Lawrence Ekdahl

Cecil Ballou

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Candice Jacobson

Laura Norton

Trisha Skofronick

Church Mutual Insurance Company

Nancy Burkholder

Edward Gruett

Carol & John Avelis

Patricia Oelke & Barbara Ringwelski

Edward & Ellen Malinowski

Patricia Heller

Nadine Appel

Carol Peterson & Alice Andraski

Daniel Lambrecht & Dawn Dunk

Marlene Aschbrenner

Diana Berenz

Kenneth & Lois Britt

Lawrence & Ruby Schoone

Mary Leyk

Loretta Whipple

Klinner Insurance

Riverside Athletic Club - 10 AM Water Aerobics Class

Louis & Vernette Heuser

Brian & Sharon Gulke

Town of Tomahawk

Philip Hamlin

Rita Yaeger

Janet Selnes

Pamela Welch

Ingman's Parkway Pub

Tim & Karyl Malzahn

Heather & Jason Wolff

Kris Ziegler

Jamie, Steve, Liana & Kira Diestelhorst

Rick & Judith Lombard

Gleason Community Club Inc

Sarah Burkstaller

Richard Lemanski

Health In Motion

Richard Rauschl

Philip & Susan Tom

Dan Lara

Alissa Wolfe

Church Mutual Insurance Company - Underwriting Dept.

Donna Dietrich

Randall & Kathleen Murray

Louise Wix

Hilda Bukovic

J.W. Austin Associates LLC

Maureen Sanford

Michael Everard

Tasha Wassink

Dulcebelle Pearson

Network For Good

Barbara Gibson

G.D. & C.A. Wick

Church Mutual Christmas Is Committee

Richard & Brenda Mamer

Beatrice Lebal

Annebelle & Joseph Buska Jr

James Blair

Maxine & Jay Tlusty

Dick & Gay Baumgart

Sandra & William Lussenhop

David & Mary Brand

Charles Speth

Julie Wamser

Edward Locke

Amy Hameister

Mary Bauman

Employees of Elite Carriers LLC


Thomas & Brenda Mueller

Russell & Nancy Putnam

Wayne Cooper

Victoria Drury

Mike & Vonya Ellsworth

Brooke's School of Dance

Jean Perkins

Ryan Sullivan

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Julane Schulist

Susanne Schnappup

Hesston Johnson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Happy New Year!

There are many ways to support LCHS in 2020! Adding one or more easy options can help support LCHS this year.

1. Did you know that you can support LCHS by shopping through the Amazon Smile Program? Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to LCHS. The products, prices, and services with Amazon Smile are the same. Check it out at https://smile.amazon.com/ch/39-1278307

2. You can also support LCHS by donating Fresh Step Paw Points. Your point donation from Fresh Step purchases must be submitted on their website and then LCHS is able to redeem the points for supplies! This link will give you more info - https://www.freshstep.com/paw-points/shelter/lincoln-county-humane-society-739/

3. Even if you can't adopt an animal, you can help one find a forever home by sponsoring the animal and reducing the expenses that contribute to the adoption fee. You can donate any amount to help cover the cost of adoption - some people pay a full adoption fee while others pay a small portion of multiple animals' adoption fees.

4. Donate with a monthly subscription using paypal. You can set the donation for any amount you chose! www.furrypets.com/2012/donate.php

5. Donate your Thrivent Choice dollars to LCHS! This link will take you to our donation option - https://service.thrivent.com/apps/ThriventChoiceMemberWeb/public/orgDetails/100244220503

6. Employees of UnitedHealth Group, United HealthCare, and Optum can donate to LCHS through Benevity! Benevity issues tax receipts to donors and sends recipient organizations monthly disbursements. If you are employed with one of these groups, please check out http://causes.benevity.org

7. Donate your time as a LCHS volunteer. There are so many options for volunteering - events, cleaning, socializing animals. Volunteering does not require a weekly time commitment . There are many ways you can begin -  helping with events, driving animals to appointments, and more! Contact LCHS if you would like to help.

8. Ask your employer if they offer a partnership or matching gift program that would double your donations to LCHS.

9. Sponsor an event or donate a prize for a fundraiser raffle! LCHS has many great events throughout the year and the support of the community is what makes our events successful!

10. Attend LCHS fundraisers! This is our plan for 2020 events (our website and facebook page have more details about each event):

Soup & Chilli Cook-Off 2/22/20

Walk for Whiskers 5K 5/9/20

Cruisin' for Critters All Vehicle Poker Run 6/13/20

UTV/ATV Poker Run Ride 7/25/20

Barn Dance at Willow Springs Garden 9/11/20

11th Annual Fall Banquet 10/10/20




Wish List

Please think of the animals at LCHS during your holiday shopping! We are always in need of donations!

 

WISH LIST

 

Catnip & Cat Toys

Laundry Detergent

Cat Litter (non-scoopable)

 

 




Thank you!

We would like to thank everyone for the incredible amount of donations and support we have received recently! Thank you to all of our adopters, donors, and volunteers! You make a difference in the lives of homeless animals every day! Thank you!




Closed December 24 & 25

LCHS will be closed December 24 & 25. If you have an animal related emergency during that time, please contact the local Sheriff's Department at 715-536-6272.


We will be open for normal business hours Thursday December 26 from 12pm-5pm.




Cold Weather Tips for Pets

DURING THIS TERRIBLE COLD, WE RECOMMEND ALL ANIMALS ARE BROUGHT INDOORS.

 

 

Cold weather is as difficult for animals as it is for people. When the weather is below freezing, the Lincoln County Humane Society highly recommends keeping your pets indoors. Being outdoors in freezing temperatures is a huge health risk to pets, and causes severe stress.

 

But if you must keep your pets outdoors, please follow these recommendations to help keep them safe and comfortable.

 

Feeding:

 

1.    Feed high quality foods with essential fatty acids to help outdoor dogs and cats maintain a thick coat of fur in the winter. Some veterinarians even recommend adding canola oil, soybean oil, or butter or fish oils directly to the dry food a pet receives. Check with your local veterinarian to see what’s safe and most beneficial to your pet.

2.    Increase food supply, especially protein, to help keep a healthy weight. If your pet is overweight, this is not recommended.

3.    Provide a heated water bowl for pets. Eating snow is not enough to prevent dehydration and it will cause hypothermia more quickly because it drops your pet’s body temperature.

4.    Don’t use metal bowls for food or water because your pet’s tongue may stick to the metal.

5.    Check frequently to make sure the water and food aren’t frozen.

Bedding:

 

1.    Make sure all pets, but especially, senior or arthritic pets have thick beds to in a warm area to keep their joints from hurting more.

2.    Keep beds off of concrete or the floor. 

3.    Use straw for bedding instead of towels, blankets, and newspaper which retain cold and moisture.

4.    Make sure your pet has an insulated house. It should be large enough for the animal to stand and turn but not too large or it won’t help conserve body heat.

5.    The pet’s house should be kept a few inches off the ground and covered with straw. The opening should be facing away from the wind and there should be a plastic cover on the door.

General:

 

1.    Makesure your pet’s fur is free of matts and burrs. Matted fur won’t protect as well from the cold.

2.    Don’t use regular road salt near your pet, make sure to have a pet safe variety to prevent injury and irritation on delicate paw pads.




Christmas Wreaths Available!

 We only have a few remaining wreaths for sale! Stop in any time during our open hours to purchase yours! 

24 inch $16

36 inch $24




November Honorarium Donations

We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor of a loved one in November! Your support is greatly appreciated! 

 

Debra Leiskau by Janet Beyer, Marlene Graap, Phillis Frederick & Fred Will

Badger the dog by Beatrice Lebal

Mae Woller by Tammy & Timothy Woller

Marie Merkel by Carol Osness

Charles Heise by Justin Heise, Theran & Julie Welsh, Lorri Spitz & Susan Meyer, Gaylon & Shirley Heise, Mary & Timothy Gurlea, Michael & Janice Cooper-Spear, Renee & Bruce Midthun, Charles & Heather Heise, Rochelle Heise, Donald & Alvina Lutz, Laurel Hoffman, Dick & Kathy McCarthy, Fred & Mary Ellen Schnell

Murphy the dog by Linda & Alan Tetzloff

Connie Mullin's Birthday by Scott & Katherine Pieper

Bruce Robinson by Debbie Alvin

Wilford Combs by William Hudson

Linda Cypher by Lorin Cypher

James Geiss by Gerald & Dawn Schmidt, Amy & Jeremy Krueger

Nancy Melang by Mariann & Steve Hanig

Ron Hornischer by Paula Lemke-Hunt

Dian Plautz by Lori Weiderhoeft

 

 

 

 




November Donors

We would like to thank the following donors for their support in November! Your support is greatly appreciated! 

 

Larry & Lenore Gronsinke

Jirovec Family

Rick & Judith Lombard

Social Topics Club

Robert & Peggy Bauman

David & Tari Blank

Cecil Ballou

Jenna Cottrell

Deidre Dreger

Sherri Opper

Diana Berenz

Lawrence Ekdahl

AmazonSmile

Lawrence Ekdahl

Marie Rein

Wisconsin Public Service

Carol Peterson & Alice Andraski

Hilda Bukovic

Bill & Carol Sparr

Janet Selnes

Pamela Welch

Dan Lara

Nadine Appel

Tasha Wassink

Cheri Nording

Amy Hameister

Linda Semling Peterson

Joel Schlereth

Karen Mootz

Richard Serafin

 

 

 




LCHS Closed November 27 & 28

Due to the winter storm, LCHS will be closed November 27.

We are also closed for Thanksgiving.

We will be open for our normal 12pm-5pm hours on Friday, November 29. Stay safe out there!




Reclaiming a Lost Pet

Have you lost your pet? We may have him/her at the shelter. It is our sincere wish that you and your pet are reunited as soon as possible. Therefore, we will do all we can to expedite the process.

We encourage you to call at 715-536-3459 as soon as you realize your pet is missing. Please be sure to check back frequently when inquiring about a lost pet. Reports may only be held for 30 days if we do not receive a second phone call requesting the information be kept on file. Bringing pictures and detailed descriptions of your pet will increase the chances of being reunited.

In addition to calling LCHS, please call the Sheriff's Department at 715-536-6272. We also recommend contacting as many local shelters as possible, as well as the websites and facebook pages "Lost Cats of Wisconsin" or "Lost Dogs of Wisconsin."

To reclaim your pet, you will be required to comply with LCHS municipal contracts and the Wisconsin State Statute #173.23. THe following requirements apply when redeeming your pet:

1. Your dog or cat must have a current rabies vaccination certificate. If your pet does have this vaccine or you cannot locate the proof of it, you will need to purchase a vaccination from a licensed veterinarian and bring the proof of purchase and appointment date. This requirement applies regardless of the age of the animal

2. A current dog license with the municipality you live in. If the dog is not current on its rabies vaccine, the license must be purchased but you will need to contact the County Treasurer to update the vaccine information on the license

3. A driver's license (or photo identification)

4. Purchase or verification of an existing identification tag

5. Full payment of any redemption fees or medical expenses. This fee may be $35 for the first day and $15 each additional day; additional medical expenses may apply

6. The seventh day an animal is in our custody, it is considered the property of the Lincoln County Humane Society

7. If there is a police order for an animal to remain in our care, the animal will not be relinquished to an owner without permission of the police

 




October Donors

We would like to thank all of our October donors! Your support is greatly appreciated!

 

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Peggy Gremler

Witthoft Apprill Family Foundation

Carol Peterson & Alice Andraski

Jean Perkins

Harry & Nancy Gladwin

Diana Berenz

Amber Renken

Samuel & Rachel Frazer

Heidi Haltinner

Cecil Ballou

Pamela Welch

Janet Selnes

John Schaffer

Nadine Appel

Jeff Winter

Anonymous

Dan Lara

Tasha Wassink

Network for Good

Amy Hameister

Kenny Caster

Jennifer Habert

 




October Honorarium Donations

We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor of a loved one in October! Your support is greatly appreciated!

Barb Nordall by Thomas Ravn, Timothy & Kathleen McFadden, Maxine & Jay Tlusty, Jan & Ken Molaska, Charles & Marsha Phelps, Lora Walters, Judy Greene, Randy & Kathleen Frokjer, Kristine Smith, Jo Ann & Thomas Schuster, Bernice Zywicki, Daniel & Sara Heisler, John & Jayne Donner, Chris & Heather Greene, Kenneth & Eileen Schmidt, Eric & Jackie Hendrickson, Joanne Kolar, Danny Nordall

William "Bill" Bauman by Jim & Mary Downing

Maratha Mackin by Jim & Mary Downing

Charles Heise by Matthew & Allison Fitzgerald, Jennifer & Rob Fox, Peter & Kim Susens, Gaylon & Shirley Heise, Judy & Bruce Harms, M.D.

Trina Sorce by Renee Alery

Maye Grob by Weinbrenner Shoe Company, Inc

Jacob Armstrong by Renee Alery

Jessub Maahs by Roger & Marion Anderson

Karen Labbe by Rita & Larry Wilson

Debra Leiskau by Mable Fromfield, Arnie & Darlene Mathis, Don & Beverly Fromfield, Jacklyn Akey

Arnie Butkiewicz by Rita & Larry Wilson

Mae Woller's Birthday by Dixie Oberg

Ivanette Johnson by Michael & Sally Young

Gene Block by Jack & Helene Ader

Emma Gertschen by Jacki LaCerte

Sue Weith's Birthday by Richard & Brenda Mamer, Thomas & Thelma Meyer, Lynn Zenter, Russell & Mary Leyk, Ruth Heyne

Lynn Zenter's Birthday by Ruth Heyne, Thomas & Thelma Meyer, Russell & Mary Leyk, Sue Weith

Brenda Mamer's Birthday by Lynn Zenter, Russell & Mary Leyk, Thomas & Thelma Meyer, Sue Weith, Ruth Heyne

Johanna Hoerstmann by Michael & Sally Thayer, Mark & Kari Kercher, Debbie Alvin, Billy & Charity Fraaza, Christine & Dennis McCarthy, Tess Damitz, Michael & Leigh Loka, Matthew & Sally Mergendahl, Stephen & Nicole Lenhart, Kent & Tammy Latzig, Thomas Cimino, Scott & Sarah Christianson, Denise Severt, Liz Friedenfels, Carol Osness, Mary Bootz & Arlyn Hintz, Sharon Harvey, Karen Rau, Jonathon Gilbertson, Randy Osness

 

 

 

 




Dog License Changes for 2020

There will be some changes for the dog license process in 2020.

Due to the feedback of our community, residents will again be able to purchase a dog license when paying their tax bill. The license can be purchased through the town treasurer, city clerks of Merrill & Tomahawk, or the Lincoln County Humane Society. The resident must provide a current rabies vaccine for each dog being licensed. All dogs over 5 months are required to be licensed.

The license fees remain $10 for a spayed/neutered dog and $30 for an unaltered dog. You must purchase the license before March 31, otherwise late fees will apply. After March 31, the fees increase to $25 for a spayed/neutered dog and $65 for an unaltered dog.

Kennel licenses will no longer be sold at the Lincoln County Humane Society - kennel licenses will only be sold through the local townships.

Rememeber - a current rabies vaccination certificate must be provided before a license can be sold.

 




Cold Weather Tips

Cold weather is as difficult for animals as it is for people. When the weather is below freezing, the Lincoln County Humane Society highly recommends keeping your pets indoors. Being outdoors in freezing temperatures is a huge health risk to pets, and causes severe stress.

But if you must keep your pets outdoors, please follow these recommendations to help keep them safe and comfortable.

Feeding:

1.    Feed high quality foods with essential fatty acids to help outdoor dogs and cats maintain a thick coat of fur in the winter. Some veterinarians even recommend adding canola oil, soybean oil, or butter or fish oils directly to the dry food a pet receives. Check with your local veterinarian to see what’s safe and most beneficial to your pet.

2.    Increase food supply, especially protein, to help keep a healthy weight. If your pet is overweight, this is not recommended.

3.    Provide a heated water bowl for pets. Eating snow is not enough to prevent dehydration and it will cause hypothermia more quickly because it drops your pet’s body temperature.

4.    Don’t use metal bowls for food or water because your pet’s tongue may stick to the metal.

5.    Check frequently to make sure the water and food aren’t frozen.

Bedding:

1.    Make sure all pets, but especially, senior or arthritic pets have thick beds to in a warm area to keep their joints from hurting more.

2.    Keep beds off of concrete or the floor. 

3.    Use straw for bedding instead of towels, blankets, and newspaper which retain cold and moisture.

4.    Make sure your pet has an insulated house. It should be large enough for the animal to stand and turn but not too large or it won’t help conserve body heat.

5.    The pet’s house should be kept a few inches off the ground and covered with straw. The opening should be facing away from the wind and there should be a plastic cover on the door.

General:

1.    Make sure your pet’s fur is free of matts and burrs. Matted fur won’t protect as well from the cold.

2.    Don’t use regular road salt near your pet, make sure to have a pet safe variety to prevent injury and irritation on delicate paw pads.




Annual Craft, Gift & Bake Sale

The Annual Craft, Gift, & Bake Sale will be held this Saturday at the Pine River Town Hall (N1647 Deer Run Ave in Merrill) from 9am-3pm. This event raises thousands each year for the animals at LCHS!




Fall Banquet General Level Donors

Thank you to all of our Fall Banquet General Donors!

General Level Donors:

 

Ace Hardware - Schofield

Day Springs Health Spa

Milwaukee Burger Co.

Becca's Cafe & Bistro

Fazioli's

Mint Cafe

Daly's

Nueske's at Gullivers Landing

Buffalo Wild Wings

Gail's Place

Red Granite Bar & Grill

Haunted Sawmill

First Street Coffee Station

Ace Hardware - Tomahawk

Carquest

Fuzzy's Auto

Z's Best Car Wash

Dave's County Market

Whiskey River Lambs Fresh Market

Grebe's Appliance

Creations by Deb & Jenny

Trig's

Tri City Family Restaurant

Cheryl Butterfield

Peking Restaurant

Brokaw Credit Union

Fantastic Sam's

Klug's County Gold

Papillon's

Pick N' Save - Cedar Creek, River's Edge, Weston

Denny's Restaurant

Jim Daenicke & Sally Thayer

Floral Magic

Rib Mountain Golf Course

Carmelo's Restaurant

Pine Ridge Mobile

Red Robin

Richard's Supper Club

Bella Nails

Mandarin Restaurant

Green Mill Restaurant & Bar

Wausau Mine Company

2510 Restaurant

Tomahawk's Touch of Gold

The Window Box

Rib Mountain Greenhouse

Pine Ridge Family Restaurant

Eagle's Club

Cenex

Down to Earth Greenhouse

La Prima Restaurant

Jenny's Family Restaurant

Patron Mexican Restaurant

Brew's Brothers Pub

Janke's Book Store

Old Navy

Chico's

Lil' Ole Winemaker Shop

Olive Garden

Quilting Workshop

Sam's Pizza

Townline Market

Village Inn - Marathon

Vino Latte

Trailside Sports Bar & Grill

Walgreens - Wausau

Wiggley Field

Archie & Sherry Schueller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Fall Banquet Bronze Level Donors

Thank you to all of our Fall Banquet Donors!

Bronze Level Donors:

 

Beacon Bar

B & R Bar

Bling Jewelry

Center for the Visual Arts

Diamond Showcase

Downtown Grocery

Curt & Lisa Day

Stik' Um Graphics Design

Soul Depth

Great Dane

Furniture & Appliance Mart

Jimmy John's

Back When Cafe

La Taqueria

Clay House

Buffalo Wild Wings

Hometown Feed Mill

Merrill House of Music

J & B Enterprises

El Mezcal

Freddy's Mexican & More

Goodwill

Mall Furniture

Mittens Home Appliance

Taylor Insulation Company

E & H Autmotive LLC

Firestone Complete Auto Care

Merle Norman

The Bar

Holistic Art Massage & Bodywork

Holiday

Clearview Nursery

319 Gallery & Bistro

Fleet Farm

Ace Hardware

Young's Pharmacy

K9 Elementary

Osswald Lawn Care

People's State Bank

Pine Valley Golf Course

Slumberland

Harn's Furniture

Prehn Dental Office LLC

Merrill Dairy Queen 

Pizza Ranch

Sam's Club

Noodles & Company

Marathon Town & Country

Sarah Christianson

Jennifer Bootz

Fully Promoted

Jim & Leslie Waterman

Subway

Cari Sauter

Johnson's Gift & Home Decor

Milwaukee Brewers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




August & September Honorarium Donations

We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor of a loved one in August & September! Your support is greatly appreciated!

Louise Peterson Schmidt by Carl Bergman & Deborah Ristau, Rosemary Fleming, Lynne Fleming Wilburn, Eugenia Fleming, Peggy & Bob Bauman, Walter Prey, Carol Wyma

Dick Hall by Mariann & Steve Hanig

Marianne Ekdahl by Lawrence Ekdahl

Judy Joles Locke by Colleen Woller

Jim Karau by Jerry & Deb Grawien

Dora Jean (owned by Debbie Alvin) by Mike & Mary Jo Messerschmidt, Dave & Sue Pyan, Alvin, Jayco, Brenda

Anne Germain by Carl & Mary Moscherosch, Paula & Michael Lemke-Hunt, Michael & Katy Weckwerth

Amber Renken's Birthday by Carl & Mary Moscherosch

Elmer Lemke by Patrick & Jane Severt

Craig "Gus" Osness by Kim Travis, Andrew & Jennifer Bonnell, Rich & Brenda Grefe, Larry & Colleen Woller, Amy & Jim Kelly, Scott & Stacy Pettit, Corey & Sharon White

Maria Schmelling by Errol & Barbara Schmelling

Ralph & Rosemary Sturm's 50th Anniversary by Gloria Lemke

Dorothy Bergh's Birthday by Lorraine Smith

Les Sukow by Phil & Cookie Drew, Sarah Ritter, Stephen & Linda Blake, Barbara Hartley, Greg & Carol Zoellner, Mariann & Steve Hanig, Philip & Barbara Borchardt, Warren Anderson

Dennis Abegglen by Park City Realty

Arrow & Zach by Megan Latzig-Tugnoli

Barbara Nordall by Randal Plantenberg, Mike & Paula Hunt, David Huegel, Dale & Jeannie Smith, People's Choice Bank, Brian & Stacy Basile,Joseph Rickert, Marlene & Reinold Lenz

Mel Suwyn by Mary Bootz & Arlyn Hintz

Bill Burgener by Paul & Michael Lemke-Hunt, Betty Latzig


Khloe Everett's Birthday by Brett & Shelly Schulz, Michael & Andrea Allard, Friends of the Family

Bob Ott by Judy Elliott

Charles Heise by Julie Anderson

Cheryl Westra by Shirley & Jim Westra

Ian Jackson's 11th Birthday by Friends of the Family, Charles & Tara Burger

Johanna Osness-Hoerstmann by Betty & Bob Clabaugh, Clabaugh Staff, Janet Beyer Thums, Tim & Lisa Skutak, Dan & Lisa Beyer, Kristen & Seth & Lindsey Anderson, Scott & Stacy Pettit, Paul & Jean Wienecke, Robert & Jennifer Moore, Rick & Judith Lombard, Kerry Coenen, Donald & Donna Simek, Steve & Mariann Hanig, Carl & Mary Moscherosch, Bryan Thacker, Julie & Greg Thorson, Kim Travis, Rich & Brenda Grefe, Darla Sann, Larry & Colleen Woller, Jean Herdt, Walter & Ronald Prey, Todd & Angelia Johnson, Dianne & Tom Bradley

 




Fall Banquet Silver Level Donors

Thank you to all of our Fall Banquet Donors!

Silver Level Donors:

 

Brian & Amy Erickson

Waid Funeral Home

Knab Insurance Agency Inc

Merrill SHeet Metal Works Inc

Lake of the Torches Resort

Mobile Warehouse LLC

Mutual of Wausau Insurance

Toyota of Wausau

KB Body Shop

Cloverbelt Credit Union

Krueger Plumbing LLC

Wausau Tax & Accounting

Scaffidi Truck Center

Wisconsin Valley Vet Services

Park City Credit Union

Arnott Plumbing & Heating

Park City Realty

Chris Strasser Gano

Clabough & Associates of Merrill

Tomahawk Shell

Cari Sauter

Harmony Hills Pet Resort

Granite Peak Ski Area

Miller's Furniture

Weinbrenner

Aquatic Art

AmericInn

Chips Hamburgers

Arby's

Yach's Body & Custom

Target

Basil Restaurant

Hargraves

Malarkey's Pub & Townie's Grill

Massage by Marla

Eye Care Center of Wausau

Kwik Trip

Envision Eyecare LLC

Friendship House Restaurant

Wausau Awards & Engraving

Badgerland Overhead Door

Sweet Nothings Bakery

AbbyBank

BRB Autobody

Finnegan Construction

Podelweltz Repair Service LLC

Mariann & Steve Hanig