The Friends of Hank Aaron State Trail hosted the 14th annual Hank Aaron State Trail 5k Run/Walk. About 1,500 people walked or ran the race that took them through the heart of Milwaukee.
Students will be able to complete a new community service requirement by participating in an independent community service project or taking a service learning class.
The Milwaukee Urban Soccer Collaborative recently previewed its upcoming Soccer for Success program, which will show children the benefits of a healthier life style as they play soccer.
Panelists agreed that the Milwaukee Public School system faces daunting challenges, and there’s no simple solution.
Rufus King and Riverside high schools raised funds at their fourth annual flag football game, attended by dozens of fans clad in their high school colors.
Grants from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund and the Brewers Community Foundation will help renovate a Boys and Girls Club diamond in Sherman Park.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Marquette University’s College of Nursing and COA Youth and Family Centers are partnering to build a community clinic at COA’s Goldin Center.
Milwaukee Succeeds, the two-year-old education reform initiative spearheaded by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, is taking its program to the community through a series of town hall meetings.
Hundreds of people participated in the 11th annual peace parade from Washington Park to Sherman Park.
The Sherman Perk Coffee Shop located at 49th & Roosevelt is offering another unique activity – Bag Toss (aka Bean Bag Toss or Cornhole). This “adults only” activity is held Tuesday nights @ 7 pm. Two person teams compete for fun prizes. Play or watch, it’s fun for all ages. For info call 875-7375 or […]