Personal Items Drive to Benefit Church Health Services

(Beaver Dam) In support of Church Health Services, a personal item drive is in effect  running through February 11.  On a recent WBEV’s Community Comment, Chuck Stangl explained how the idea for the drive, which began January 10th, was formed, saying it all started with a tour of local non profits in the area including Church Health Services.  Chuck says it was here that he alongside Ryan and Renee Henning decided to made a personal item drive their leadership Beaver Dam Project. 

 Stangl added that Church Health Services had expressed an ongoing need for personal care items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, baby wipes, shampoo, and feminine hygiene products. Chuck shared that Beaver Dam has a number of great non-profit organizations, and adds that Church Health Services does so much for the community. 

 Stangl notes that several Beaver Dam businesses have agreed to host a drop off bin for the duration of the drive, Community Care Preschool and Child Care, Beaver Dam Piggly Wiggly, the Beaver Dam Chamber of Commerce, and American Bank at Their Downtown, Spring Street, and Walmart locations.  Additionally a traveling drop off bin was available at the Horicon Bank Spring Street Location the 10th through the 15th, will be at Park Plaza Pizza the 17th through the 21st, American Family Insurance Kyle Schroeder Agency on North center Street the 24th through the 28th, Rechecks Food Pride the 31st through February 4th, and WDS Construction February 7th through the 11th.