BELOIT, Wis. (WIFR) – The Beloit Snappers are set to make minor league baseball history and the biggest winner will be the Stateline areas Boys and Girls Club.
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BELOIT, Wis. (WTVO) – If you’ve ever wanted to have a stadium named after you, the Beloit Snappers are giving you the chance.
BELOIT—Ever wonder what it would be like to have a baseball stadium named after you?
BELOIT, Wis. (WIFR) – After spending nearly 60 years in the same building, leaders at the Stateline Boys and Girls Club hope their new location will be the catalyst for another six decades of sustained success.
BELOIT — “The Club keeps going.”
That’s what Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs Capital Campaign Chair Jim Packard Jr. said after a groundbreaking ceremony held Tuesday at the new Beloit facility at 202 Maple Ave. The momentous day followed the club raising funds during the pandemic while providing programming and distance learning support for children.
BELOIT — As the Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs in Beloit and South Beloit forge ahead with a capital plan to build a new facility in Beloit, they are developing a tactical plan to best support the community in a post-pandemic world.
BELOIT—Joel Barrett may have left the Beloit Boys & Girls Club 22 years ago, but current Stateline Boys & Girls Club CEO Mark Rand says his imprint remains strong because of the thousands of people he impacted during his 35 years in the city.
Beloit athletic legend and author Tony Carr likes to not only talk about history, but show it. His collection of more than 500 pieces of Black memorabilia, including many offensive items, are painful but important reminders of the reality of racism right here in the Midwest.
BELOIT—The plan to bring a new Stateline Boys and Girls Club facility to downtown Beloit is one step closer to reality after the Beloit City Council took action Monday to approve the project’s master land use plan.
ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) – School districts across the country will try to combat an outbreak of Covid-19 by reminding students to wear a face mask and keep a distance from their classmates, but administrators must also plan for the worst.