Change is inevitable. That’s exactly what Jessi Wrench and Jessica Purtell, owners of Divine Consign, count on.
Dawn Anderson of Healing Species is our volunteer of the month. Dawn volunteers at the Milwaukee Rescue Mission’s Cross Trainers Academy with her dog, Maggie.
When you hear someone call out cheerily, “Ho, ho, ho happy holidays!” are you tempted to mutter back, “Bah humbug?” If so, you’re not alone.
Pat Bruce readily admits she began jet skiing entirely “by mistake.” She thought her husband and sons “were crazy” when they began in 1999 on Lake Beulah, though she was no stranger to the water.
The holidays are often a time for family, friends, and food, so naturally, the kitchen becomes the main gathering space during festivities. With so much time spent in the kitchen, it’s important to prepare the space for guests.
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I have been privileged, in recent travels, to meet, work and talk with hundreds of professionals - from architecture to engineering, fund raising to quality control, education to automotive manufacturing. There is a pattern out there.
Our outstanding volunteer this month is Lynn Sprangers. Lynn is Vice President for Communications and Community Engagement at Mount Mary University.
For Mary Lou Young, everything springs from gratitude. As president and chief executive officer for the United Way of Greater Milwaukee, the organization’s 2013 campaign goal of $52.5 million and the distributions of funds to more than 160 programs at more than 80 local agency program partners is in her charge.
Crystal Schroeder faced her breast cancer diagnosis with a cocktail of determination and hope.
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The McManaman sisters: Sandi, Kelli and Joan grew up in Milwaukee, married, had children and careers.
Volunteering takes up time, energy and, sometimes, money. Volunteers are often forced far out their comfort zones and pushed into brand new environments and experiences. So why do people do it?