Mark Your Calendar to attend these upcoming TMH Community Outreach events:
Area residents are urged to thank emergency services personnel who will be highlighted during this year’s Monroe County National Night Out Aug. 7 in Tomah’s Winnebago Park. Coordinated by the Tomah Memorial Hospital Community Outreach Department, there is no charge to attend the 16th annual event scheduled from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. More than 40 not for profit organizations will have various exhibits, information booths, displays on things like: nutrition, school bus safety, weather storm spotting, parenting information, water safety, car seat checks, home electricity safety, seat belt use, boating safety, ATV safety, poison control, mental health, first aid during the event. Attendees that stop at least 10 displays and get a special NNO card punched can register for a chance to win a three-night stay at JellyStone Park Camp / Resort in Warrens.
Children three to 15 years old can learn safety lessons for riding a bicycle during the Tomah Police Department’s Bike Safety Expo from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Registration will begin at 3:30 p.m. The expo will include safety tips and on-site bicycle licensing. Parents must be present, and children are reminded to have a bike and helmet. Prizes will be awarded after bicycle course stations close at 5:45 p.m. All stations must be completed to qualify for the drawings. Children must be present to win prizes. The first 260 children will receive a complimentary backpack with school supplies provided by Wal-Mart. CLICK HERE FOR NNO FLIER