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Brunch Planned for Families Grieving Loss from Violence

People who have lost loved ones to violence are invited to share a meal and their stories at a brunch on Saturday, Jan. 26, at St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care-Bucyrus Campus, 2450 W. North Ave. The free program, set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mothers and fathers who have lost children and youth […]

January-March 2019 Newsletter Cover Story

When Michelle Woodard’s sons complained about the same-old meals, she knew where to go for inspiration. “St. Ann Center is filled with excellent cooks,” said Michelle, a volunteer at the Bucyrus Campus. “I asked clients for their favorite recipes, and before I knew it, I had enough for a cookbook.” With help from fellow volunteers […]

North Avenue’s in North Pole Spirit

’Twas the week before Christmas, and the Bucyrus Campus was ringing with the sounds of the season. The annual holiday concert began with a hand-clapping, toe-tapping version of “Joy to the World,” performed by the adult choir—made up of clients and volunteers. Next, the four-year-olds from the Giraffe Room joined the adults for “Jingle Bells” […]

Caroling Along North Avenue Hits a High Note

It will begin to sound a lot like Christmas on Milwaukee’s north side on Friday, Dec. 14, during the Second Annual Christmas Caroling & Holiday Market on North Avenue. The public is welcome to lend their voices to the seasonal event, sponsored by Business Improvement District (BID) 32. Carolers will meet at St. Ann Center’s […]

Golden Hawaiian Dancers Spark Intergenerational Fun

The lovely ladies from Golden Hawaiians said “aloha” to the kids and adults at St. Ann Center’s Stein Campus with a colorful show filled with the magic of the islands. The dancers, ages 50 and better, all study Hawaiian dance under the direction of seasoned instructor Anita Bradley at Wilson Park Senior Center. Decked out […]

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