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  • Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay benefits from Packers fans' 'cheers'

    Members of the Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay play a parachute game Thursday at the Oneida Street location. The club received a $25,000 donation from Coca-Cola that resulted from a Super Bowl promotion.

    Gov. Scott Walker and first lady Tonette Walker visited the west-side Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay on Thursday to help the kids celebrate a $25,000 donation to the club from The Coca-Cola Co.

    Fri, 04/08/2011

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  • Tonette Walker asks Wisconsinites to donate to Japanese relief effort

    Gov. Scott Walker's wife, Tonette, is asking state residents to donate to a new relief effort for Japan. She spoke exclusive with FOX6's Myra Sanchick on Thursday.

    Tonette Walker says the Wisconsin-Chiba Japan Relief Project will help those affected by the earthquake and tsunami that hit northeast Japan on March 11. She is the honorary chair of the relief efforts and asked residents to show solidarity with Japan by donating to the project.

    "I think for everyone it’s kind of one of those moments we remember. When you see the pictures and the devastation, just wanting to reach out and help them and to know how to do that. I think it was just the right thing to do," said Mrs. Walker.

    Thu, 03/31/2011

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  • State announces Japan relief project

    Wisconsin will partner with its sister-state, Chiba, Japan, to raise money for Japanese relief efforts following the earthquake and tsunami earlier this month.

    The Wisconsin-Chiba Japan Relief Project will be chaired by First Lady Tonette Walker.

    "The recent devastation of the earthquake and related tsunami has been deeply painful to observe," Walker said.

    Thu, 03/31/2011

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