Annual Starfest Telethon & Snowbiz

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- Since 1954, United Cerebral Palsy has offered assistance to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities.

65% percent of UCP’s consumers/clients have a disability other than cerebral palsy. Saturday Snowbiz and the Starfest Telethon are raising money for the non-profit organization.

Gene Amann UCP Campaign Director & Troy Rognholt, Snowbiz Co-Chairman and Cleghorn Lion to talk more about this year's Snowbiz part of the Starfest Telethon.

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of West Central Wisconsin offers professional services, care and understanding to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities throughout the twelve counties West Central Wisconsin area. UCP is a United Way Agency, in existence since 1954, serving over 600 families annually. Sixty -five percent (65%) of UCP's consumers/clients have a disability other than cerebral palsy. The following UCP agency services are provided to form a support network for people with disabilities:

24th Annual SnowBiz 2018
Date: Saturday, January 27th
Cleghorn School Park the new home of Snowbiz
S10434 Cty HWY HH, Cleghorn, WI

What is Snowbiz?
Snowbiz is a Snowmobile and ATV rally for United Cerebral Palsy accompanied by Fun! Food! Festival!

Stop out and join in the fun! But don't forget to grab your tickets to win one of the prizes in the photos below, you can pick them up at participating Kwik Trips 1 for $1, 7 for $5, or a book of 15 for $10.

39th Annual Starfest Telethon
Saturday, January 27th
New location, Cleghorn Community Center -6 miles south of Eau Claire, just off HWY 93
12 P.M. - 6 P.M. on WEAU.

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