Whether you live, work or play in the Clintonville area you’re sure to find plenty to do. Clintonville is home. It is a safe and comfortable place to live, work and raise a family.
Clintonville is ideally situated in the heart of Northeast Wisconsin. With our many churches, civic organizations and close-knit community groups, you will feel right at home. Clintonville offers numerous parks and recreation activities to meet all your needs. Whether it’s fishing on a sunny afternoon, playing a relaxing round of golf or riding a snowmobile on our scenic trails, there is always something fun to do.
The people and families who live here today continue the traditions of friendship, cooperation and commitment to the future. We are fortunate to have the variety of business, industry and natural resources that we have in our city. Clintonville is a great place to live with an active, forward thinking city government, with excellent schools, friendly people and a quaint small town feeling. We have an active and expanding industrial park and many unique and friendly retail shops. When visiting be sure to stay at one of the several area motels. For your dining experience try one of our many area restaurants and supper clubs. I’m sure that you will find Clintonville has just what you’ve been looking for.
Mission of Hope: Clintonville – Doors open 10:00AM-1:00PM
Team Leaders arrive Friday at 3:15PM to set up their area. Grocery volunteers arrive at 8:00AM with all other volunteers arriving by 8:30AM Saturday. Prepare to remain until at least 2:30PM to assist with cleanup.
Reminder for All Volunteers: Volunteers should park in the parking lot behind the school. Turn left off of Main Street and proceed one block to Harriet Street and then turn right by the tennis courts and proceed to the back lot. Upon arriving, all volunteers can check-in with the Guest Services table outside cafeteria. T-shirts available (while supplies last) for checked in volunteers.
Click Announcements above then CLINTONVILLE DEBRIEFING for more details.
We want to thank and invite non-profit, civic, and government programs to collaborate together as we continue to meet the tangible needs among our “Guests of Honor.”
We are seeking volunteers available to offer others a hand up in the community. Vibrant participation among area businesses, churches, community agencies, and individuals will be crucial for the success of this event. Simply click our menu tab, VOLUNTEER. Please remember our community needs volunteers all year long.
May Mission of Hope be a catalyst to unite a community to meet the needs of others by engaging the community to embrace and encourage those in need while equipping all people with opportunities to volunteer, provide and receive education, support, and opportunities to reinvest in their community.
Mission of Hope: Waupaca – Doors open 10:00AM-1:00PM
Requires setup and organizing before the doors open to our Guests of Honor. Therefore, we ask that all volunteers arrive between 7:30 and 8:30am. (Exception: Grocery area volunteers need to arrive between 7:00 and 7:30am). You will be able to park in the rear of the WLC building (north side) or in the main parking lot. However, we ask that you enter through the rear doors (near the loading dock) as there will be Guests of Honor waiting in line for the front doors to open. Once you arrive check-in at the Guest Relations table at the front of the cafeteria to receive your shirt and to verify your volunteer location.
Community & Health Services may set up their table displays Friday April 28 between 1:00-5:00PM or Saturday morning.
Mission of Hope: Waupaca will run from 10:00am to 1:00pm with volunteers remaining until at least 2:00PM. You can expect to work with a team of friends and community members to help make this day unforgettable.
Please dress comfortably (jeans preferred as you may be carrying bags, boxes, or performing light cleaning). Returning volunteers, please wear previous year’s Mission of Hope t-shirts. Take down of the event will occur from 1:30pm to 3:00pm. We also recognize your time is valuable and limited. If you are unable to arrive before 8:30am or need to leave early, please let your Area Director know when you arrive. Any time that you provide is in need and is highly appreciated. Also note, a picnic lunch is provided to you.
Click Announcements above then WAUPACA DEBRIEFING for more details.