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Touched Twice 2017

Touched Twice 2017

This year Team Mill Haven Foods handed out 23,000 pounds of food to help out over 300 families at the Juneau County Touched Twice event.

Mill Haven Foods Dominates Donkey Basketball...kind of

Brian and Hollie love the community and are uber competitive. So they obviously signed us up to play, I mean, win charity Donkey Basketball.

We ended up winning the Championship Game. Lucas Kleifgen was named MVP and is currently fielding offers from Professional Donkey Basketball Leagues.

Mill Haven Foods Donates to New Lisbon Police Department's K9 Fund

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On May 18, 2016 Brian and Hollie Slater donated $5,000 to the newly created K9 Fund.

The New Lisbon Police Department is anxiously awaiting the opportunity to add their first K9 Unit to the department. They believe with the addition of the K9 they will be able to perform various duties more thoroughly and safely.

If you are looking to donate to the New Lisbon Police Department and the K9 Fund you can contact the Chief of Police, Brent Granger, at 608-562-3333.

RACE LOCAL . SUPPORT LOCAL . BE LOCAL

Get ready to run!!!! This year’s Stepping for Hunger will be September 17!

To date Stepping For Hunger has raised over $60,000. all proceeds have gone directly to the 5 Juneau County food pantries. Along with monetary donations, we collect toothbrushes, non-perishable food items and also volunteer our own time at the pantries.

Get moving for a great cause!

Every single dollar raised goes directly to the 5 Juneau County Food Pantries! No joke, 0% of your entry fee goes towards race planning, preparations, volunteers, chip timing. ZERO. It’s a race for the community by the community!

So get moving and let us cross the finish line together!

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Mill Haven Foods Donates $100,000 to New Lisbon Educational Fund

On April 14, 2016 Brian and Hollie presented the New Lisbon Education Foundation a check for $100,000.

The New Lisbon Education Foundation is dedicated to giving the student athletes and the community the track and fields of dreams.  The city currently houses the oldest facilities in the conference and in the area. The circular dirt track is no longer usable. The facility does not currently meet safety standards are aren’t Americans with Disabilities Act compliant.

With this donation, the school can officially start on phase one and start construction of a new softball field.

To learn more about the proposed athletic field project and the New Lisbon Education Fund click here.