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The Chaplain’s Corner: What’s Behind Our Open Doors

I didn’t see it–but the “Things to Do List” for the reopening of St. Ann Center was probably longer than Santa’s list of good girls and boys! Sr. Edna and staffers were meticulous while working on building updates, completing mounds of paperwork and learning and teaching issues pertinent to COVID-19. So all is going very […]

Rotary Club Helps St. Ann Center Fight Food Insecurity

St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care is one of five organizations to share in a $20,000 grant distributed by the Rotary Club of Milwaukee to combat Covid-related food insecurity in the Johnsons Park neighborhood. A $2,500 donation will allow St. Ann Center to supply nutritious meals for 89 days to clients staying in our Overnight […]

Massage Therapists Leave a Healing Legacy

Last week, we gave a big hand to some of the most talented hands in the business, as Certified Massage Therapists Sandy Anderson and Joe Ralston said goodbye to St. Ann Center. A dedicated team, Sandy has logged 20 years and Joe 17 years with the center, providing clients, community members, infants and even pets […]

Juneteenth: Children March for Their Future

“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” 3 John 1:4 In celebration of Juneteenth Day, the children at St. Ann Center’s Bucyrus Campus made their voices heard during a freedom march around the 7.5 acre grounds. Hoisting handmade signs, students in the childcare program proclaimed a […]

The Chaplain’s Corner: ‘Mustarding’ Up Faith

If our time off had stretched much further, I would have thought my retirement had started, and folks forgot to tell me. Well, how did I spend my time off? I have one word. Siestas. It is possible to enjoy a nap or two per day, and still fall fast asleep at bedtime, as well […]

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