She is a “tireless advocate” for people who have physical challenges.
Doctor Virginia Wintersteen is an orthopedist at Gundersen Health System. Beyond that work, she has volunteered for years to provide opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Opportunities that did not always exist.
He wasn’t ready to stop teaching.
When you’re faced with significant challenges of your own, are you still willing to help others?
She’s a driving force behind the effort to end homelessness in La Crosse. For that effort, Sister Karen Neuser of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual
La Crosse, WI (WXOW) – Mary Hirsch-Justice has an unusual philosophy on winter. “As nasty and as cold as it is, it’s good for us to
BLAIR, WI (WXOW) – – She is part of a family effort to provide help for people who need it. Sherry Kelly is reluctant to talk
Washington, DC (WXOW) – Each month, WXOW receives nominations for the Jefferson Award. That award is earned through significant community service. In April each year, we
La Crescent, MN (WXOW) – Cassie Buehler says too many people make excuses why they can’t volunteer. “Doesn’t matter you age, your skill set, your interests.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner is working to make the community a safer place to live. Sherry Hougom’s efforts are inspired by her daughter, Sara.
At the Good Fight it’s not about the punch. It’s about people. Kathy Freidhof is the Office Manager there. “It’s a place of acceptance…it’s a
La Crosse, WI (WXOW) – This month’s Jefferson Award winner is so busy volunteering, his wife told the person nominating him, “I really can’t keep track
La Crosse, WI (WXOW) – Gail Burns says her front porch is her little piece of heaven because it’s here that she creates unique little blessings for
Readstown, WI (WXOW) – – Playing the guitar is what James Schaffer says helped him beat the blues. “When my wife passed away for the first