Due to ongoing COVID-19 precautionary measures, we decided to cancel this event for 2020.
Watch the Green Bay Packers take on the Detroit Lions and raise money for United Way at the same time! Your $25 dollar ticket gets you FUN, beer, tailgate food, and a chance to win our Grand Prize (TBA). A fantastic Silent Auction and Raffles are also available. Come cheer on the Packers! Tickets available at the door.
Sunday, October 7 at 10 AM – 4 PM
51 Polk St, Sauk City, Wisconsin 53583
Home Health United Hospice volunteers make a difference and enhance the mission of hospice, which is to provide comfort and support at the end of life for patients. The benefits of becoming a volunteer include feeling of a sense of community and achievement. Volunteer training for end-of-life care is being provided in Baraboo on September 19-20, 2011. Learn more about training opportunities and about the upcoming St. Clare Hospice open house.
It was “Steak served with Style” in the Baraboo area. Nursing staff at Home Health United wanted to give Clara something special – a steak dinner. With donations from local vendors, Clara was able to enjoy a stylish ride in a limo and then a classy dinner with a nice T-bone steak and some hot sauce. Learn more about this story and how to make someone’s wish come true!
BADD (Battle against Drunk driving) is a project based on the reality that one person dies from a drunk driving accident every 15 minutes. In this project, a student was taken out of his/her classroom by the Grim Reaper. This occurred every 15 minutes. The students were made up to look “dead” by painting their faces. They were also given a “One Every 15 Minutes” black t-shirt to wear. Students would then finish their day at school without speaking to anyone. They were the “living dead”.
Melanie arranged for the project to be done at the High School. She worked with Sauk Prairie Ambulance, the Sauk and Prairie Fire Depts, English teachers, AV crew and the art department. she also recruited students. Melanie was in charge of everything throughout the day, leading up to the accident scene. She gathered students for the accident scene and set up practice dates.
Melanie worked with the English teachers and gave them some ideas on an English project/writing which would go along with the BADD project. Students from the art club volunteered to “make-up” the students who would be in the accident scene. The AV dept filmed the project.