BIG BROTHERS / BIG SISTERS
of Dodge County 885-5991
126 1/2 Front Street
"experience the magic"
Big Brothers /
Big Sisters offer one-to-one relationships between a child and
Think back to when you were younger. Other than your parents,
who touched your life? Who is that person you always remember
with a smile? Maybe it was your Aunt who taught you her favorite
recipe? Or perhaps a neighbor who taught you how to fix cars?
Being a Big Brother or Big Sister is about sharing magical moments
like these. This program is FREE & open to any family
for services or any individual wishing to volunteer.
call for details
BOWL - A- THON
Beaver Dam: Tower Lanes
Watertown: Jerry's North Bowl
**ALWAYS LOOKING FOR
Did we leave anyone out?
Do we need to add anything or
correct anything, please tell us!
If you organization fits our criteria - provides
quality services* for the community for free or a VERY LOW fee
- please let us know! We'd be happy to post it for free! (Especially
if they also could use a little help to keep the program going
- ie. with volunteers, donations...)
send us the info.!
*ex.: services that enhance, de-stress,
enrich or teach the community
Prairie View Elementary School
511 N. Crystal Lake Rd.
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
"Give your child
a Head Start!"
Head Start provides
services to children 3-5 years of age in a preschool setting
and two home-base programs. Eligibility
for these programs is based on income and is not dependent on
the child having special needs. Since the program is federally
funded, the program is FREE to families that qualify.
What is Head Start?
Headstart is a Federal program for preschool children from low-income
families. The Head
Start program is operated by local non-profit organizations in
almost every county in the country. Children who attend Head
Start participate in a variety of educational activities. They
also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals
and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe
setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services
are offered to meet the special needs of children with diabilities.
Dodge County Head Start Program consists of three separate programs.
Center-based, Home-base and Early Head Start. Head Start can also offer assistance
to parents interested in obtaining a highschool General Equivalency
Diploma (GED) or other adult education opportunities. *If you
have a family member with a special problem, such as drug or
alcohol abuse, job loss, or other family crisis, your family
can receive help through Head Start.
Call for details:
Ask for: Laurie Paul
FAMILY & COMMUNITY
Once a month. This
evening includes a meal, family activity and parent meeting.
**ALWAYS LOOKING FOR
VOLUNTEERS & DONATIONS**
DODGE COUNTY CHILDREN
& FAMILY & ELDERLY
CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY
ALCOHOL & DRUG
FINANCIAL AID &
MENTAL HEALTH /
US VETERAN AFFAIRS
Benefits info. & assistance.
JOB CENTER, DODGE CO.-
To fill or find jobs
138 Front St.
AUTISM SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN
103 W. College Avenue, Suite 709
Appleton, WI 54911-5744
920-993-0279 Toll-free 1-888-4-AUTISM (WI only)