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Philantrhopic 100+ Women Who Care Kenosha group to meet Tuesday

The next gathering of 100+ Women Who Care Kenosha, a local volunteer organization focused on collective impact through philanthropy, will be Tuesday, Nov. 1, at The Apis Hotel & Restaurant, 614 56th St., Kenosha.

Registration will begin at 5 pm and the program will start at 5:30 pm

Women gather and bring a donation ($100 for women 40 and over, $50 for women aged 20-39, or $20 for women aged 13-19). The attendees then nominate local nonprofit organizations that serve Kenosha County residents. Three charities are selected at random to present to the women in attendance. The group then votes to determine which nonprofit will receive the money raised the night of the event.

Since 2018, more than $150,000 has been donated to nonprofit organizations serving Kenosha County. Through the support of matching funds from the Robert Schulze Foundation, over $30,000 has been added to the community’s donations.

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Every parent wants their child to grow into a good, kind adult who positively impacts the world.

Local nonprofits including God’s Kitchen, Kenosha Literacy Council, Grace Welcome Center, KAFASI, Sleep in Heavenly Peace, Alzheimer’s Association, Hospice Alliance and ELCA Outreach Center are just a few that have benefitted from this collective impact. The most recent recipient was the Kenosha County Food Bank.

The Kenosha group was formed in 2018. 100+WWC is open to the public. To learn more, visit the 100+ Women Who Care – Kenosha Facebook page @100WWCKenosha or 100WWCKenosha.org.

41 photos and 2 videos of Burlington celebrating Spooky City 2022

Who are you gonna call?

From left: Derek Arneson, Andy Ries and Steven Greenwood, of the Wisconsin Ghostbusters, pose next to Ries’ Ecto-1 Saturday during Spooky City in Burlington.


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Brian Matherson, Sadie Mortier and Nella Burdo

Brian Matherson, Sadie Mortier and Nella Burdo


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Super Sonic bag toss

Super Sonic bag toss

Kellen Kerkman, left, tosses a bag into a box next to Sgt. Robert Jones of the Burlington Police Department Saturday during Spooky City in Burlington.


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Delaney Chambers as a Pirate

Delaney Chambers as a Pirate


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toasty

toasty

Roland Morgan, dressed as the Pokémon Pikachu, toasts a marshmallow Saturday during Spooky City in Downtown Burlington.


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Hooters coffin racers

Hooters coffin racers

Dawn Gruber, left, and Jason Volstad carry in their Hooters team coffin Saturday during Spooky City in Downtown Burlington.


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A deer, 2 female deers

A deer, 2 female deers

Cassie, left, and Makayla Fons, dressed as deer, toast marshmallows Saturday during Spooky City in Downtown Burlington.


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Hooter’s coffin

Hooter's coffin


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Olivia Krause as mac and cheese

Olivia Krause as mac and cheese


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Costume parade

Costume parade


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Marshall the fire-dog

Marshall the fire-dog


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porky pig

porky pig


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Pokemon and Cheerleaders

Pokemon and Cheerleaders


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Joe Dirt

Joe Dirt


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Kangaroo boy

Kangaroo boy


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Friends or foes?

Friends or foes?

Carmelo, left, and Mavino, dressed as Spder-man and Venom, pose Saturday during Spooky City in Downtown Burlington.


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Raptor rider Axel Rogers

Raptor rider Axel Rogers


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This is the way… to candy

This is the way... to candy

Jim, left, and James Sheives, dressed as Din DjarinThe Mandalorian, and Grogu, walk down Pine Street Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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Giddy up!

Giddy up!

Bernadette, left, and Katie Sheives, dressed as cowgirls, pose Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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A beautiful day in the neighborhood

A beautiful day in the neighborhood

Bruson Kurth, dressed as Daniel Tiger, goes trick or treating down Pine Street Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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gobby

gobby

Brielle Craft goes trick or treating dressed as The Green Goblin Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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Chamber crew

Chamber crew

From left: Steve Quist, Dustin Elsbury, Allie Zusan and Karl Ehnert, of the Burlington Chamber of Commerce coffin race team, pose with their coffin Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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Nothing like a spa day

Nothing like a spa day


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A little ways away from West View

A little ways away from West View

Isabella Ehnert Trick or Treats down Pine Street dressed as Wanda Maximoff, The Scarlet Witch, Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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Hanging out

Hanging out

Sarah Majewski performs acrobatics on a lollipop lyra Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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Hang in there!

Hang in there!

Sarah Majewski performs acrobatics on a lollipop lyra Saturday during Spooky city in Downtown Burlington.


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The Vision and The Scarlet Witch

The Vision and The Scarlet Witch

Max Eisch, left, and Alicia Cardenas recreate the cover to The Vision and The Scarlet Witch issue 1 Saturday during Spooky City in Burlington.


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Coffin race parade leader

Coffin race parade leader


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mystery inc

mystery inc


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Straight out of Seymour’s Bay

Straight out of Seymour's Bay


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Something strange in the neighborhood

Something strange in the neighborhood


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Btown strong

Btown strong


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Shark(s)!

Shark(s)!


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Pretty in pink

Pretty in pink


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Hooters team

Hooters team


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Racers ready!

Racers ready!


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Chillin’ and grillin’

Chillin' and grillin'


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What happens if you say it four times?

What happens if you say it four times?


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Truly outrageous

Truly outrageous


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Inside out team

Inside out team


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Cats’ game

Cats' game


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Spa girls team

Spa girls team


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Watch now: The first coffin race of the day during Burlington’s Spooky City

Watch now: A procession of coffin racers parades down Pine Street in Burlington

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