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Big Brothers Big Sisters weekend event supports mentoring program

Big Brothers Big Sisters has been giving opportunities for kids for years on end, and they are hoping that their next event will let them continue that with help from the community. 


The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin has been providing service in Door County since 2001 and has a mission of creating and supporting one-to-one mentoring relationships that help not only the “littles” in the programs, but the “bigs” as well. The Kornhole for Kids’ Sake will be raising money for just that, as all of the proceeds from the event will stay in Door County and according to Big Brothers Big Sisters Door County Coordinator Patty O’Rourke, will have a positive impact on the matches as she talks about the importance of the program. 



The organization prides itself in making a safe place for kids to talk and makes its “bigs” into mentors to give the kids at least one adult they feel comfortable with outside of their home life. BBBS puts on many events throughout the year to raise money for the program, and Kornhole for Kids' Sake looks to be the one of the biggest ones yet.

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