Where Generosity Creates Miracles You Can Create a Miracle

Events

Aug. 1 - 30: Ace Hardware "Round Up" for Kids Campaign
Help celebrate the 25th anniversary of your partnership between Ace Hardware and CMN Hospitals when you round up your purchase to the nearest dollar and donate your change to CMN Hospitals.

Aug. 2: Miracle Open Golf Classic presented by the 7 Rivers Region Chapter of Credit Unions
This 18 hole, four person scramble will take place at Fox Hollow Golf Course. It begins with a shot gun start at 11 a.m. followed by food, prizes, games and fun. Registration is $70 an individual or $250 a team. Register at www.miracleopencul7.weekbly.com.

Aug. 10: CMN Hospitals Night at the Loggers presented by Firefighters Credit Union
Game time is 7:05 p.m. at Copeland Park against the Mankato Moon Dogs. Watch our CMN Hospitals kids in action as they participate in on-field activities and fun. The evening wraps up with a Loggers jersey auction, proceeds benefit CMN Hospitals. Get your tickets at $2 at any Firefighters Credit Union location.

Aug. 2: 31st Annual Miracle Open Golf Classic presented by 7 Rivers Region Chapter of Credit Unions
Fox Hollow Golf Course, La Crosse, Wis.
This 18 hole, four person scramble includes an 11 a.m. shotgun start, food, prizes, games and fun. 100 percent of funds raised will help support local children and their families. Registration is $70 a person or $250 a team. Register online at miracleopenwcul7.weebly.com.

Aug. 10: CMN Hospitals Night at the Loggers presented by Firefighters Credit Union
Loggers game time is 7:05 p.m. at Copeland Park against the Mankato Moon Dogs. Watch our CMN Hospitals kids in action as they participate in on-field activities and fun. The evening wraps up with a Loggers jersey auction.

Aug. 13: Ace Hardware RSC Grand Garage Sale
Stop by ACE Hardware Distribution Center on French Island (airport exit) to save big on ACE Hardware surplus merchandise, seasonal carry-over and close-out inventory that may include: tools, toys, housewares, automotive, electrical and plumbing supplies, lawn and garden items and much more. Come early! 

Aug. 21: Brat Fry at Festival Foods in the Village
On Sunday, Hugs from Hunter Foundation is holding their annual brat fry from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Funds from the event are used to purchase the teddy bears and blankets for Pediatrics, Tri-State Ambulance and Medlink Air.

Aug. 23 - 25: Books are Fun Book Fair
If you're looking for quality books and gifts at reduced prices, stop by and check out some great deals while supporting a great cause

Tuesday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. in the lower level of the Legacy Hospital in La Crosse and 10 a.m. - 4 p.m in the Education Center at the Onalaska Clinic.

Wednesday from 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. in the lower level of the Legacy Hospital in La Crosse and 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the Education Center at the Onalaska Clinic.

Thursday from 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the lower level of the Legacy Hospital in La Crosse.

Aug. 26 - Sept. 30: Love's Travel Stop & Country Store
Support CMN Hospitals when you stop and purchase a heart icon. Icons are available for $1, $5 or $20. Other fundraising events will also take place, so stop by and support CMN Hospitals.

Aug. 26 - 28: Coulee Con--bringing gamers together in the Coulee Region
Coulee Con will take place at the La Crosse Center. Friday and Saturday are typical convention days focused on scheduled events. Sunday will be a day focused on gaming and partnering with CMN Hospital's Extra-Life program. (The Extra-Life team page is goo.gl/JCo5m6). To learn more about Coulee Con, visit their website.

Aug. 29 - Oct. 9: Walmart and Sam's Club Miracle Balloon Campaign
Stop by your local Walmart or Sam's Club and purchase a miracle balloon at the checkout register. You can also donate your change or round up.

DID YOU KNOW?

Gift Cards: The New Toy Drive

  • We are extremely grateful for the toy drives that our community members hold to supply us with toys and small gifts for our patients to assist them with their recovery. Since space in our hospital to store all of these lovely toys and gifts is now at a premium, you can really help us by holding a "Gift Card Drive" for our patients, instead of a traditional toy drive.
  • Gift cards allow us to maximize your gift to our patients because they provide our staff with the flexibility to make "on-demand" toy purchases as they are needed by our patients.
  • If a particular patient would benefit less from a toy and more from an educational game or book, we might be able to distribute a gift card to that patient as a gift from you to them during their recovery.
  • If you would like more information on gift card options, please call (608) 775-4424.
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