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  • Community Giving
  • December 28, 2017

“The first day I attended, the moms shared their birth stories. They were all different and just beautiful. It was so good to connect with other moms and to process how ‘mothering matters’ with them for two brief hours,” said Marshfield Medical Center (MMC) Obstetrics nurse Rachel Rademan. View

  • Community Giving
  • December 22, 2017

Security Health Plan recognizes that healthy minds are an integral part of healthy lives. That’s why it is proud to announce Marathon County Head Start as one recipient of the $125,000 total in school-based grants it is awarding. The grants provide the Behavioral, Emotional and Social Traits (b.e.s.t.) universal screening for 72 recipients during the 2017-18 school year. View

  • Community Giving
  • October 30, 2017

– What if you could promote literacy without a single book? Marshfield Middle School is trying, by first creating a space for reading to take place: The Parents Are Willing Supporters (P.A.W.S.) Committee is raising funds to create a literacy garden at the middle school, imagined as an outdoor sanctuary and open air classroom for reading, reflection and relaxation. View

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