The diamond was freshly groomed, music blasted from the ballpark speakers and a digital scoreboard kept tally at Helfaer Field as teens from several community centers across Milwaukee played a game of Quickball.
On July 18th, 2014 Agape Community Center will host a community safety walk and clean up. Alderman Ashanti Hamilton will be present at the event. As part of an ongoing initiative for safer, cleaner neighborhoods, Agape will be providing cleaning materials to participants as they follow a route through Thurston Woods and the surrounding neighborhoods. […]
On May 30th, 2014 Pardeep Kaleka and Arno MichaeIis will both be speaking at Agape Community Center’s anti-violence event. As part of an ongoing initiative for safer neighborhoods and communities, Agape will be hosting the forum as an open discussion on violence in Milwaukee communities and how to address the issue. The event will feature […]
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and African American Chamber of Commerce will soon kick off a new revolving loan fund to help provide capital to small businesses and boost black entrepreneurship.
Arts @ Large and Serve 2 Unite joined forces on Friday, November 15, to kick off a program to bring arts experiences and peace projects to the students of Hampton Elementary School on Milwaukee’s North Side. The event featured a performance from local reggae group R.A.S. Movement, who had 150 elementary students grooving in their […]
Agape Community Center’s Al Luzi brings a personal touch and an appetite for service to Thurston Woods residents.
Mayor Tom Barrett, city officials and neighborhood organizations came together recently to celebrate the winners of the city’s Most Improved Homes Contest.
The popularity of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors’ Most Improved Porch contest led two other communities to sponsor similar contests this summer. Winners will be announced Nov. 22.
The Agape Community Center installed more than 50 rain barrels in nearby neighborhoods to help promote sustainability and a cleaner environment in Milwaukee.
The setting for this particular story takes the shape of an ordinary garage that was built along an ordinary alleyway, similar to what you see in any other residential neighborhood that was built in the mid twentieth century.