ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - A little rain Saturday afternoon didn't stop anyone from enjoying Onalaska Community Days.
The annual event is hosted by the American Legion of Onalaska and is complete with music, indoor games and a softball tournament.
The two-day family event usually draws in a crowd of about 2,000 people. One organizer said it's always a fun event with the proceeds going to a good cause.
"The money we raise today we turn to the veterans, we support badger girls state, badger boys, we do a lot with the police department through dare and great, and we donate to our fire department," said Sue Kelley, on the board of directors for Community Days.
The 9th annual Onalaska Community Days finishes up Saturday night with live music.
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