Today’s featured community group is Exchange Club. President Lou Molitor provided the answers.

Q: What is the mission of your organization?

A: To inspire our community to be a better place to live.

Q: Who are the leaders of your organization?

A: Locally, we are led by President Lou Molitor, Immediate Past President Todd Jacobs, President-Elect Kelly Drucks, Secretary Patti Molitor, and Treasurer Crysta Owens.

Q: How and when did it get its start?

A: The local Exchange Club chartered on May 24, 2011. The national club began on March 27, 1911.

Q: What sort of support do you need from the community?

A: We are always looking for individuals to join the club; the more working hands the better. We are also always looking for ways we can help our community. We welcome requests for our help in areas that we are able to.

Q: What’s your next big event?

A: We have a fundraiser today and again on Saturday, Aug. 17 called Food Truck Triple Play. We’d appreciate people coming out and enjoying lunch or dinner at R’Noggin Brewing Co., 6521 120th Ave., from noon until 9 pm. Live bands will be playing for your enjoyment. We’ll be having various raffles to raise money to support our programs of service. We also are hosting the 2019 Kenosha Women’s City Open Golf Tournament on Aug. 17 and 18 at Washington Park Municipal Golf Course (Muni). We are currently looking for sponsors for the event ($125/hole sponsor, $75/half hole sponsor and any gift card/certs) as well as women golfers to play ($75 for the two day event-18 holes & cart per day, event holes, 19th event at The Beer Gardens and an awards party at the Moose Club).

Q: How can people get in touch with you and get involved?

A: Stop in at a meeting at the Birchwood Grill the first or third Tuesday of each month, or contact President Lou Molitor at (262) 237-2316.

Would you like your organization to be featured in Community Connection? Email us at community@kenoshanews.com.

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