Amanda Moore, Annual Giving Manager, will explain how Rawhide helps at risk youth and families on May 21 when she attends the Wild Rose Kiwanis meeting.

Amanda Moore, Rawhide, to speak at Wild Rose Kiwanis meeting, May 21

Everyone is invited to join Wild Rose Kiwanis members, as Amanda Moore describes a brief history of Rawhide and what makes Rawhide such a special part of Wisconsin. She will share how their programs and services have expanded to serve both boys and girls as well as what is accomplished through community based programs.

Expect inspiring stories about the youth and staff served by Rawhide. There will be a drawing for prizes, including free certificates to enjoy a famous Rawhide Fish Fry, and a book entitled, Our 351 Sons, written by Rawhide co-founder John Gillespie.

This presentation will be held at the Wild Rose Kiwanis meeting on Tuesday, May 21 after a short meeting. Coffee and continental breakfast will be available at 6:45 a.m., the meeting will begin at 7 a.m., and the guest speaker will be introduced at 7:30 a.m.


Wild Rose Kiwanis meets the first and third Tuesdays, with guest speakers each third Tuesday. The meetings are held at the Wild Rose Community Room adjacent to the Patterson Memorial Library, 500 Division Ave, Wild Rose. Visit for updates or like them on Facebook.