United Way of Greater Milwaukee has stepped in to save the Mobile Market program from closing this month.
Lindsay Heights community members recently gathered for the semi-annual “Report to Community,” which focused on services and resources for youth and families.
More schools and students participated in the second year of the Lindsay Heights Academic Olympics, where young people could demonstrate their math skills.
Girls on the Run, an international program for pre-teens, celebrated the end of the season at a 5K walk/run at Veterans Park.
Volunteers from Target, City Year and MPS recently painted a new, colorful playground at the Hopkins Lloyd Community School in Lindsay Heights.
Customers hope a new sponsor will come forward to sustain the Mobile Market program. SHARE Wisconsin, which currently runs the program, announced that it will close its doors at the end of May.
SHARE Wisconsin closes its doors in May, but the Mobile Market will continue through June.
Gardening has gone viral for the teens of Neu-Life Community Resource Center in Lindsay Heights, who are using the Internet to help plan their plot at Alice’s Garden.
Brown Street Academy’s newly renovated outdoor classroom was the site of Milwaukee’s 47th annual Arbor Day celebration.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. celebrated Earth Day by cleaning the streets of the Lindsay Heights neighborhood, and “lifting up” community spirit.