Jim and Emily Bokern have invested in the future of the School District of Marshfield, its students, and, by doing so, the community. They have come forward to make a very significant donation to the Marshfield Education Foundation and established the Bokern Academic Leadership Fund. Read about their gift in the Hub City Times.
Vital Signs is a collaboration between the Marshfield Area Community Foundation, the United Way of Marshfield, and the City of Marshfield It represents our joint interest in and commitment to understanding our community's well-being across a series of civic, economic and social indicators affecting the quality of life in our community. Much like going to your health care provider for a yearly checkup, Vital Signs helps to point to areas where our community is doing well and those we might want to look at, make changes to, and become a healthier community. Click here to see the new 2015 Vital Signs Report.
A ground breaking was held May 27, 2015 at the Wildwood Zoo for the new Adler Family Kodiak Bear Exhibit. Zoo officials announced that two of the three orphaned Kodiak bear cubs from Kodiak Island in Alaska would be coming to the Wildwood Zoo in October.