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Volunteer Opportunities available! Show your Falcon Pride!

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Flags of Valor

July 25th – Set Up Day     July 30 – Take Down Day

The Wabasha-Kellogg School District is looking for volunteers to participate in carrying out this event. It takes a lot of people power to pull this off and make Wabasha look amazing during the Riverboat Days celebration. Last year we had an amazing group of community members and W-K students who helped make this possible.

W-K wants YOU! We are looking for students and staff to volunteer for this opportunity to give back to our community, to show pride in our community and to make Wabasha a shining example of patriotism. If you are willing to volunteer, please email Jim Freihammer at .

Riverboat Days Donkey Baseball

July 27th

12 noon – 1:30 pm

City Fields

During the Riverboat Days festival, the Wabasha-Kellogg Area Community Foundation will be hosting a game of donkey baseball to raise funds for the foundation. In order to make this a successful event, we are looking for game participants. If you are interested as a student or staff member of W-K in playing in this donkey baseball game, please contact Jim Freihammer at . Volunteers must be entering grade 9 or higher to be a participant. The Wabasha-Kellogg Area Community Foundation supports many area entities including the Back Pack program and free pool passes for all area children. To learn more about the foundation and how you can support it, please click on the following link:    WKACF

Hiawatha Mobile Pack – Feed My Starving Children

Thursday, August 22nd


Plainview Church of Christ

Last year, the Wabasha-Kellogg Football Team participated in this event held at Lincoln High School in Lake City. We were tremendous. This year, we are looking for members of the volleyball team, cross country team, volleyball team or any other team to step up and compose a team of hearty W-K volunteers to participate in this event with Lake City, Goodhue and Plainview Elgin-Millville High Schools. During this two hour volunteer spot, you will pack and prepare thousands of pounds of meal packs for children throughout the world who do not have a steady and reliable source of food needed for proper nutrition.

Please contact Jim Freihammer if your team or group is willing to participate at . For more information about this event, please click on the following link:   Hiawatha Mobile Pack

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