Little Gems

The BID (Business Improvement District) “Committee of 25,” met to discuss the Roger Rabbit (a.k.a. Brooks) recommendations.
Roger recommended that Wrigley drive be shut down from Broad Street to Baker, and a walkers and diners fairway installed in place of the road, and parking, etc. The committee of 25 could not really agree on anything with respect to this issue. An idea was floated to close Wrigley for one summer season to see how that would go but nothing was decided because, even if the road was closed, the road would still be there with no space available for the restaurants to expand out on or for other events.

Riviera Lights.
Twilight Solutions has been planning and working on the new lighting at the Riviera Complex grounds since late last fall. This wonderful addition to the Riviera is yet another generous donation from the Driehaus Estate. Twilight Solutions had been working on the new lighting in the fountain before the sculpture that sits at the top was recently damaged. It is already being repaired, however, and will be back in place before the basin is filled with water. The fountain should be more captivating than ever! There are more lights going in throughout all the shrubbery that lines the brick walkway, as well as encircling all the trees.

Join the Walworth County School Resource Officers in supporting the Walworth County Food Pantry.
They are collecting donations of non-perishable foods, and are in desperate need of peanut butter, canned chicken, canned tuna, tomato sauce, pasta, and Mac n cheese. All items are being collected at the local Piggly Wiggly’s, Sentry in Walworth, Walmart in Whitewater and the Lake Geneva Police Department. Items can be donated through April 13, until 7:00 p.m. Police officers will collect the food in their squad cars and deliver it to the food pantry.

Walworth Food Drive

April is Prevent Animal Cruelty Month
The Geneva Shore Report joins the SPCA is encouraging everyone to support their efforts to increase the public’s awareness of animal cruelty and abuse and to stop its occurrence whenever possible.

The Business of the Week

Culvers Lake Geneva

Culvers on Wells Street has some of the best burgers any fast food place can offer, as well as the best frozen custard. Culvers and its enthusiastic staff are all about helping the community whenever they can, and tomorrow April 11th, they are doing just that. From 5 pm – 8 pm a portion of every purchase will be donated to the great organization Kisses For Keegan which helps children fight cancer.

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