The nIc Foundation
Foundation is established out of honor and respect for Nicolas Resch.
The nIc Foundation is a
non-profit charity established in memory of Nicolas Resch. Nic was
the victim of a violent assault leading to severe head trauma injuries. After ten days in the critical care unit of Theda Clark Hospital, in Neenah,
Wisconsin, Nic passed away on April 4, 2005. He was 27 years of
Nic was a talented and gifted
artist and musician who was recognized for his academic achievement. He enjoyed tennis, swimming, storytelling, and riding
motorcycle. Out of honor and respect to Nic, this foundation is
established promoting violence prevention strategies through an educational focus.
Mark your Calendar
"Stopping Crime & Violence
in Our Rural Communities" event as part of National Crime Victims' Rights Week is scheduled for
Thursday, April 25, 2013, at the Family of Christ Church, 600 S. Main Street, Clintonville, WI. The free family
event features an Information Fair from 4:00 pm-6:30 pm. Attendees may gather free informational
materials on victim rights, area services and providers, bullying, family unity, youth leadership, neighborhood
safety, and elderly support. Attendees may register for free door prizes and choose a free book on
parenting. Food is also provided by area businesses. The candle lighting ceremony begins at 6:30 pm with
expert speakers, victim stories, a choral tribute, and the lighting of the candles for all victims of crime and
"Just Be Nice..." Saturday Fun
Day is scheduled on Saturday, April 27, 2013, at the United Methodist Church in Shawano, WI.,
from 9:00-2:00 for children in Kindergarten through 4th grade. The cost for the day is $5 per child and
includes stories, music, dance, games, safety information, a community service craft project. Register with
Shawano Community Education @ 715.526.2192 X3102.
Camps" are currently being planned and organized for children in Kindergarten-5th grade.
The summer day camp format features an anti-bullying curriculum based on positive character traits and
values. The curriculum uses character education as a means to address and resolve bullying behaviors.
Children experience the fine arts, storytelling, social skills, leadership development, manners &
etiquette, decision making, and community service. Six weeks of nIc Character Camp will be offered. Camp sites
are located in Clintonville, Shawano, and Bonduel. Camps run Monday-Thursday, 8:30-2:30. Scholarships are
camps: June 10-13 Clintonville; July 15-18 Clintonville; July 22-25 Bonduel; July 29-Aug 1 Clintonville;
Aug 5-8 Shawano; and Aug 12-15 Shawano.