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Tyler’s TEAM Foundation hosting a “Rustic Windmill” Paint Party

Tyler’s TEAM Foundation will be hosting a “Rustic Windmill” Painting event on Sunday, January 27th from 1-3 at the Juda Community Center. No experience needed! The Paint Shack will step you through creating this fun winter scene painting! They will bring all that you will need: easels, 16×20 canvas, aprons, brushes, water, paint and a fun […]

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Reach For A Star Paint Event 2018

Tyler’s TEAM Foundation, Inc.  would like to thank the painters who came out to support our Reach For A Star Paint Event that we hosted on Sunday, January 28 at the Juda Communtiy Center.  It was a lot of fun, laughs and very creative paintings with great artist. Thanks again for the support shown to our foundation.   […]

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TYLER’S TEAM Foundation is bringing in a speaker Ryan Haack for elementary students.

Tyler’s Team Foundation is excited to bring a elementary speaker to Green County and the surrounding area. Our goal is to bring a powerful (grade oriented) message to our young students about kindness, tolerance, and acceptance. We are pleased to be bringing Ryan Haack to 10 area elementary schools the first week in February. Ryan Haack (Verona, WI). […]

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Scott Backovich Youth Motivational Speaker

The week of November 6-10, Tyler’s TEAM foundation along with Jacob’s SWAG Foundation brought Scott Backovich, a youth motivational speaker into the Green County area schools. Our goal this year is bring a powerful message to our students about kindness, tolerance, acceptance and positive life choices. Scott Backovich has dedicated his life to doing one […]

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Tyler’s TEAM presents Scholarships to 7 Green County Area Seniors

Tyler’s TEAM Foundation had the honor of presenting 7 Tyler Pierce Memorial Scholarships to the Class of 2017. Ciara Kaderly and Hunter Georgeson from Albany, Bobby Wolter from Brodhead, Nick Baum, Skyler Stuckey, and Sara Jordan from Juda and Cole Murray from Monroe were chosen based on their overall high school achievements. Congratulations and best […]

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