Rhyme Time Logo

The part of Rhyme that our charitable contributions flow through is called RhymeTime.The reason we chose Rhyme “Time” is because time is our most valued asset. We cherish our time and we cherish the opportunity we’ve been given to help others. Whether it’s volunteering, coaching, mentoring, sponsoring, donating,we do all we can to help, as individuals, and as a company.


Steve Ennis Golf Outing

Steve Ennis Memorial Golf Classic

Every year Rhyme gives out scholarships to children that have been touched by cancer.
We do this in honor of Steve Ennis and Jack Steinhoff; two men that always represented Hard Work – Determination – Optimism and "Making Every Day Count” and we have an annual fund raising event to promote this work. The next event is scheduled for September 13th, 2014, please mark your calendar.

Thank You for all your support.
See you Saturday, September 13th, 2014!

Visit http://www.birdeasepro.com/SEMGC2014 to register online or click here to download a registration form

View 2013 Steve Ennis Memorial Golf Classic Photo Gallery


Polar Plunge

Lee Lake Polar Plunge

This annual event, held in Cazenovia Wisconsin, will be celebrating their 15th year in 2015. This year marked the 5th anniversary for our brave group of Rhyme Time individuals who plunge into the frigid waters every year. The Polar Plunge benefits the American Cancer Society and G.R.A.C.E. (Greater Richland Area Cancer Elimination). The 14-year total for the entire event is just under $200,000 and the Rhyme Time group has raised over $30,000 in the past 5 years.

Mark your calendars for next year’s event, February 28th, 2015!


1st Annual Icefest

Rhyme has created a new annual fundraiser to help support our mission in making our communities, state and country a better place for everyone. This year’s benefit concert and silent auction will benefit the Lindstedt family and The American Red Cross.

The date is Thursday, February 27th at the Convention Center in Oshkosh, WI. Jacob Lindstedt found out he had cancer when he was only 3 ½ years old. Jacob immediately underwent three brain surgeries, aggressive chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant. After only one short year of remission, his cancer had returned. He is currently doing well, but continues to fight the cancer battle and in order to continue that fight his family needs support from us!

“Help people down the street, across the country and around the world”

Click here to view sponsorship reply form
Click here to view event flyer


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