A Night To Remember & Fundraiser for Burn Camp

Prom is one of the highlights of high school for many students. “A Night to Remember” is an experience of a lifetime. It's a prom in Racine for young people with special needs. 

The dance is still about three months away, but we're getting the word out now so families can get their kids signed up to attend and others can sign up to volunteer. 

During this episode of “Racine & Me,” you'll learn why this is much more than just a dance. See why it's become a heartwarming event for the entire community.

Then later, how local firefighters are helping burn victims long after the flames are out. The South Shore Professional Firefighters Charities is hosting a chili cook-off with part of the proceeds going to help send young fire victims to a summer camp for burn injured youth. 

CBS 58's Jessica Tighe also sits down with a man who was severely injured in a fire when he was an infant. You'll hear about the challenges he's faced ever since and how the WAFS Burn Camp helped him heal.

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