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Local communities hope bankuptcy doesn't stop Shopko's generosity

Shopko's filing for bankruptcy protection is raising concerns about the company's ability to help local charities.  The company has sponsored a and hosted a car show at its Sister Bay store.  Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski credits Shopko with making the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's "Toys for Tots" campaign, which he's involved with, a success.

 

 

Shopko plans to close 105 stores nationwide.  The Shopko Hometown stores in Sister Bay and Kewaunee remain open and operate as usual during the bankruptcy process.

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