Seaway Bank introduced its Church Partnership Initiative program to religious leaders at a dinner at the bank’s Milwaukee branch in Lindsay Heights.
More than 20 working professionals recently began this year’s nine-month Future Milwaukee leadership program. Participants will complete arts-related projects to benefit the community and meet others who want to create positive change. Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service talked to them about what has been most interesting about the program so far.
For the first time, student leaders at Loyola Academy are training to teach ¡Cuidate!, a voluntary teen pregnancy prevention curriculum geared to Hispanic girls and boys.
Solar hot water systems were installed recently at three multi-family properties in Lindsay Heights through a joint effort between the city, Walnut Way Conservation Corp. and Focus on Energy.
Silver City’s recent annual Asian Fest featured authentic Asian food, music and dance. Highlights included cooking demonstrations, a dance contest, basketball tournament, Chinese calligraphy and traditional acupuncture and massage.
Local residents from Clarke Square gathered recently to mark the 5th annual Weed & Seed National Night Out at Clarke Square Park, 2330 W. Vieau Place.
Admission Possible Milwaukee, which partners with area high schools, helps students get into college and succeed.
Solar energy is starting to shine a little more brightly in Lindsay Heights. Four organizations in the neighborhood have installed solar-energy systems in the last two years: LaVarnway Boys & Girls Club, Shalom High School, Cross Lutheran Church and Prince Hall apartments.