West Bend’s Charity Week will help fund a 9/11 memorial in nearby Kewaskum
By Grace Peplinski, Current Staff
The rumors were floating around school: Was West Bend really inviting Kewaskum to its charity dance? And was it because of low turnout in the past? Continue reading
New campus pantry provides free food and clothing
By Ellie Scott, Current Staff
The West Bend High Schools have some new sets of helping hands. Continue reading
Playoff basketball might interfere with Saturday’s Charity Ball
By Jessica Steger, Editor in Chief
Scheduling Charity Week proved much more difficult this year as compared to the past. Continue reading
West NHS blood drive comes at a crucial time
By Hannah Johnson and Ben Johnson, Current Staff
While the snow piled up this winter, the demand for blood donations was also on the rise.
Since January 1, severe weather caused roughly 1,500 blood drives to be cancelled throughout the United States. These cancellations meant that over 50,000 blood donations were unable to be collected. Continue reading
Model UN adviser Mark Drake and West junior Emily Wagner stand with boxes overflowing with donated children’s books.
By Miranda Paikowski, Current Staff
As a West social studies teacher, Mark Drake often finds himself buried in books. Just not thousands of them.
Local charity needs holiday donations for older children
By Courtney John, Current Staff
The magic that helps Santa’s sleigh fly on Christmas Eve is the same magic that allows families with insufficient resources to receive gifts over the Christmas holidays.
The Gingerbread House is a local organization whose goal is to provide each and every family in Washington County an equal opportunity to have a perfect Christmas. Headed by Linda White, the Gingerbread House is in its 14th year of providing Christmas miracles. It aims to provide new presents to every member of the family, including parents. Continue reading