Dustin Meyer lost 50 pounds in about three months this summer. His weight loss plan didn’t involve limited eating, extra exercise or diet pills. Rather, his transformation was due to a severe case of ulcerative colitis, which led to the removal of his colon.
The way Marty Pittman tells it, when his daughter learned that he was planning to bicycle from Hudson to Dallas, Texas, she said, “Well, Dad, if you’re going to be insane, you might as well do it for a cause.”
A Hudson teenager, Ronni Schoenherr, suffers from a rare chronic disease known as dysautonomia and is planning a “Just Keep Swimming” swim-athon Friday, June 19, beginning at 4:30 p.m. at the Hudson Middle School swimming pool.
Reach into your pocket for that “fiver” and plan to have an evening of fun — all for a good cause. On Saturday, “Ellen at the Oscars” is opening at the Hudson High School auditorium with shows at 6:30 and 8 p.m.
The communitywide Empty Bowls Dinner at United Methodist Church of Hudson last week was deemed a success on several fronts by the groups and organizations that came together to raise awareness of hunger and other issues in the community.
A Hudson man is organizing a golf tournament to raise funds for the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. Scott J. Nelson, a captain with the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport Fire Department, is hoping to enlist community support for the cause.
Amanda Neff was diagnosed with lymphoma, lung cancer and leukemia in 2005. Because Neff’s treatments and other associated expenses are not covered by insurance, supporters are holding a benefit for the family from 5-8:00 p.m. Saturday, April 18 at Trinity Lutheran Church and Academy.
Hudson Hot Air Affair Jazz Committee members donated over $2,300 to Turningpoint last week. The proceeds came from the second annual Jazz Benefit held in conjunction with Hudson’s Hot Air Affair’s 20th anniversary at the Best Western Hudson House Inn.
Coming up on Saturday March 14 is a great opportunity to support The HHS Senior All-Night Party. The planning committee is bringing the comedy troupe The Cheesehead Monologues from the Madison area to The Valley House to provide 90 minutes of hilarious “Wisconsin humor.”
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