Upcoming fundraisers

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Benefit for Vicky Hermsen: 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Legends, 875 Heritage Road, Ledgeview. Silent auction, raffle, bake sale. Proceeds go toward Hermen's lung cancer treatment expenses not covered by insurance. $10 at the door includes buffet at 2:30 p.m. (920) 336-3724, cmdoh@yahoo.com.


Packers vs. Police Charity Basketball Game: 7:30 p.m., Green Bay Southwest High School, 1331 Packerland Drive, Green Bay. The Green Bay Packers team will consist of former players who will sign autographs during halftime. $10 suggested donation. Proceeds benefit Green Bay Police Benevolent and Protective Association. (920) 321-2026.


Howe Community Resource Center Fundraiser: 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fajita Republic Restaurant, 850 Kepler Drive, Green Bay. The owner of Fajita Republic will donate a portion of ther entire day's proceeds to the Howe Community Resource Center. (920) 347-0225, www.fajitarepublicrestaurant.com.

May 30

Celebrity Bartending: 6 p.m., Green Bay Distillery 835 Potts Ave., Ashwaubenon. Pro football players Jordy Nelson, Mason Crosby, Davon House and Chris Jacke tend bar to raise funds to support the CP Center. Silent and live auctions, appetizer buffet, raffle. $50 per person includes commemorative pint glass. (920) 337-1122.

June 1

Northeastern Wisconsin Arthritis Walk: 8 a.m., DeBroux Park, 2900 Brighton Place, Bellevue. One- or 3-mile walk. Dogs welcome. Children's activities include face painting, balloon artists. Entertainment by radio station The Wolf 104.9. Silent auction. Register at awnortheasternwi.kintera.org. (920) 330-0592.

Green Bay Family Fun Run: Jared Gehm Memorial: 7:30 a.m. registration, warmup and stretch, 9 a.m. run, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 651 Pinehurst Ave, Green Bay. In memory of Jared Gehm, a Preble High School student and enthusiastic cross country and track and field team member. Proceeds fund scholarships for students who participated in cross country or ran distance for track in high school. Day of: $8 children's run, $15 5K, or $50 family. Discounts available for early registrations. (920) 406-8050, www.familyfunrun.org.

PetWalk: 8 a.m. registration,9:30 a.m.. Walk begins and ends at Bay Area Humane Society, 1830 Radisson St., Green Bay, and goes through the Wildlife Sanctuary. Registration free; participants encouraged to raise funds. Register online or by mail prior to the event and begin collecting donations. (920) 469-3110, www.bayareahumanesociety.com or email info@petwalkgb.com.

June 2

LCpl Dean Opicka Motorcycle Ride: 10:30 a.m. leaves Luxemburg-Casco Middle School, 619 Church Ave., Casco. Stops at Janda's Bar, Iron Buffalo Saloon, and Burdick's Bar & Grill. Ends at the ballpark. $15 driver plus $5 passenger. Bikes and cars welcome. Proceeds support local scholarship and hardship gifts. (920) 883-7029.

June 3

Keith Morgan Memorial LTF Golf Classic: Noon, Royal Scot Golf Course, 4831 Church Road, New Franken. $125 per person or $500 per team. (920) 475-6599, www.littlesttumor.org.

June 8

Old Crow Bar Bicycle Poker Run: 10 a.m. registration, 11 a.m. ride begins. Events and stops along the route, prizes for winning poker hands. Proceeds benefit New Beginnings Work & Training Center and Oconto County Humane Society. (920) 834-7026 or email penny.helmle@co.oconto.wi.us.

June 9

Blazer Open Golf Outing: 10 a.m. Sermon on the Green worship service, noon best-ball golf scramble, The Woods Golf Club, 530 Erie Road, Green Bay. All attending dinner (including non-golfers) get door prize. Proceeds benefit NEW Lutheran High School Athletics. $400 per foursome. (920) 246-9727, www.newlhs.com.

Pulaski Lion's Club Golf Outing: 10 a.m. registration, shotgun start at noon, Crystal Springs Golf Course, N8055 French Road, Seymour. $70 per person, or $280 per four-person team. $15 dinner and raffle only. (920) 680-8789.

June 10

Brown County Community Women's Club golf outing: 10 a.m. shotgun start, MidVallee, 2013 Mid Vallee, De Pere. Taco bar luncheon follows. Proceeds benefit organizations in Brown County. Registration deadline: May 24. Register at www.bccwc.org, or call Nancy Daniels, (920) 499-4995.

June 11

Altrusa Club Golf Outing: 9:30 a.m. registration, 11 a.m. shotgun start, Mid Vallee Golf Course 3850 Mid Valley Drive De Pere. $90 includes lunch, dinner, 18 holes of golf. ( Or $360 per foursome). Proceeds benefit Altrusa House. (920) 469-8740.

June 21

CMH Golf Classic: 11:30 a.m. lunch and registration, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, River Island Golf Course, Oconto Falls. Nine-hole scramble, $50. Proceeds benefit Community Memorial Hospital hospital and clinic-wide electronic medical record system. (920) 848-6390, www.cmhgolf.com or email chfgolf@cmhocontofalls.org.

June 22

Stiletto Strut: 8 a.m. registration, 10 a.m., von Stiehl's production facility, 115 Navarino St., Algoma. One-mile leisurely walk along the shores of Lake Michigan. Held in conjunction with the annual von Stiehl Ladies Fest Event, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Not a race, but an event to raise funds to promote breast cancer awareness. Prizes awarded for best costume, best shoe, best female strut and best male strut. $10. Register at www.ribbonofhope.com or email scnell@centurytel.net.

Heavenly Hats Fuzzy Thurston Charity Golf Outing: 10 a.m., Mid-Vallee Golf Course, Mid Valley Rd., De Pere. Benefits Heavenly Hats Foundation and the Alzheimer's Association. $300 for team of four. (920) 362-2668, www.heavenlyhats.com.

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