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Howard and Harriet celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in October 2012. The happily married couple met on a blind date arranged by her sister. Harriet said, “My sister and I were lying in bed that night after that first date, and I told my sister, ‘I am going to marry him.’”
Harriet’s brother-in-law was an architect who designed their home. Together Harriet and Howard built the home they are still living in since they first married 60 years ago. Harriet’s proud career as an interior decorator and a seamstress is evident by the curtains and draperies, which are still hanging in their home today. She also did alterations for people who would come to her home for business. Harriet had been in the hospital and then rehab. With a desire to return home, their daughter thought she might need some additional assistance once she got there. Comfort Keepers has been there ever since. Caregiver Lulrene has been with Harriet since day one. Harriet said that all of her caregivers are very nice but, “Lulrene is the best.” Lulrene’s energy and smile light up the room when she enters Harriet’s home and life, making a difference in her quality of daily living. When Comfort Keepers interviewed Harriet and Howard the words, “how adorable they are,” came to mind. Not everyone gets to remain in his or her beloved home and be happily married for 60 years. Comfort Keepers cares for Harriet, helping her get her up, dressed and going for the day. Just that little bit of help is all it takes to stay safe and secure in their home together. Why Comfort Keepers? Comfort Keepers’ creed, “to treat each and every client as if they are a family member,” best matched Shar Meller’s own philosophy. Each and every caregiver has been screened, bonded, insured and trained, with credit, motor vehicle and criminal background checks performed. Bonding insurance gives their clients peace of mind and takes the worry and fear out of having a new person enter their lives and home. “This extensive screening ensures clients that our caregivers have the same caring nature and love of our clients as we do,” Shar said. She believes she has the best caregivers in Wisconsin and that her expertise in matching the clients with a particular caregiver is the key to her success. “If our clients are not happy with a particular caregiver, we match them with a different one,” she said. “Our personal goal is to make our clients and their families 100 percent satisfied.” Comfort Keepers nationally ranked in top two Comfort Keepers has more than 650 national owners. In 2012, the company was ranked as one of the top two franchises in senior care by Franchise 500. There are 15 Comfort Keepers’ franchise owners in Wisconsin who work together as a team on a day-today basis to make a difference in the lives of seniors and those who are disabled. All caregivers are screened, bonded and insured with credit, motor vehicle & criminal background checks. Interactive caregivers like Lulrene are Comfort Keepers’ best asset, and along with its continuous training program, are the reasons Comfort Keepers has built the reputation it has. Locally, Comfort Keepers serves Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Jefferson and Walworth counties providing homemaking services such as: transportation, light housekeeping, meals, laundry and companionship. Personal care services include: incontinence care, bathing, overseeing medications, transferring and Hoyer Lift. Comfort Keepers also specializes in legal live-in, Alzheimer’s, respite care and interactive caregiving. Whether you choose the minimum of 3 hours a day or up to 24 hours a day, Comfort Keepers’ creed is to, “Treat each and every client as if they are our own family member.”

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A NAACP delegation led by Roslyn M. Brock, Chairman of the NAACP National Board of Directors, met with Haitian President Michel Martelly to discuss key civil rights issues including education, health care, and economic sustainability. The NAACP’s delegation which included Dr. David Emmanuel Goatley, Chair NAACP International Affairs Committee; Kamilia Landrum, Youth Representative, NAACP National Board of Directors, NAACP Chief Operating Officer & Chief of Staff Roger C. Vann and leaders from partner organization the Haitian Congress to Fortify Haiti, were also joined in the meeting by Haitian cabinet members, including Paul Altidor, Haitian Ambassador to the United States and Bernice Fidélia, Minister of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE). Sophia Martelly, Haiti’s first lady also participated in the meeting. Chairman Brock parallels the NAACP's long-standing history with Haiti to the current work of the Assocition: “This visit is an important step toward enhancing and expanding the long-standing relationship between the NAACP and our brothers and sisters in Haiti. The NAACP has a rich

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history and association with Haiti. W.E.B. Du Bois, one of the Association’s founders was Haitian American. In 1920, the NAACP sent James Weldon Johnson on a fact finding trip to Haiti in response to reports of the mistreatment of Haitians and suppression of self rule during the war years. Following his 1920 visit to Haiti, James Weldon Johnson published a series of articles recounting the adverse impact of US occupation of Haiti. The NAACP’s efforts contributed to the evacuation of troops from Haiti." Dr. Goatley, NAACP International Affairs Committee assures the NAACP's commitment to advocate for the people of Haiti: "The work of the NAACP has a beacon of hope for many people in many countries around the world. Haiti is no exception. During our visit, we heard frequently how the NAACP has offered inspiration and instruction globally for those who are committed to human rights and social justice.
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By deploying this delegation, the NAACP continues a journey for partnership with our Haitian siblings as they seek a safe, strong, and secure future." The delegation also met with Simon Dieuseul Desras, President of the Senate. During their visit, delegation members traveled through Port-au Prince to view the progress of NAACP-funded humanitarian efforts after the 2010 Earthquake that killed an estimated 220,000 people and displaced millions. The group visited the Santo community – a Habitat for Humanity project that received a $50,000 grant from the NAACP. The NAACP funded three additional civil society projects, including an orphanage. A criterion for the project grantees was Haitian leadership. Overall, the NAACP donated $200K to Haitian civil society projects. Kamillia Landrum, NAACP National Youth Work Committee acknowledges the importance of educational empowerment for Haitian students: “Advancing quality public education is a top priority for the NAACP. it is important that we look into how we can advocate for the Haitian students to get the best education possible.” The Association will use the information gleaned from government officials, civil society leaders and partners to discern how to advocate for some of the issues affecting this embattled nation—including our strategic game changers of economic justice, education, health, civic engagement and criminal justice.

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The leadership of IndependenceFirst and the Wheelchair Recycling Program (WRP) recently announced their nonprofit merger. Effective immediately, both the Madison and Milwaukee Area Wheelchair Recycling Program stores will be doing business as the “IndependenceFirst Mobility Store” as a program addition for nonprofit IndependenceFirst. This new IndependenceFirst program provides like-new quality devices at affordable prices for adults and children with disabilities, including older adults with age-related disability, who require mobility or medical equipment. “We have had a supportive relationship with the Wheelchair Recycling Program for several years and it seemed the right time to keep this program going and formally extend our program reach and offer enhancements with a merger/acquisition.” said IndependenceFirst Board Chair John Schmid. “The Board felt this was a natural move, in keeping with IndependenceFirst’s mission to assist people with disabilities to live independently, many of whom are on fixed incomes or unable otherwise to afford new durable medical equipment.” For IndependenceFirst, there is benefit in creating a full complement of direct services promoting community-based independent living for people with disabilities of all ages and adding a revenue stream from a resale retail program offering like-new, refurbished durable medical equipment for the Metro Milwaukee-based nonprofit. For WRP, the merger brings brand enhancement, a strong referral partner, financial stability and administrative support for efficiencies. The IndependenceFirst Mobility Store will operate under this name change at existing stores in the Milwaukee area (12040 W. Feerick St., Unit N, Wauwatosa, WI 53222) and the Madison area (2554 Advance Rd., Madison, WI 53718). On-line Mobility Store Catalog:

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Here's Life Inner City, whose mission is to serve and mobilize the church to live out God's heart for the poor, so that all can grow in Christ to build spiritual movements everywhere, annunces its Summer in the City ministry program. Housing You will live in a dorm style room at City on a Hill, an urban ministry near downtown. City on a Hill is a security-locked building where you will live with fellow students on project. There are shared bathrooms. Dates: TBA Cost: TBA S ummer in the City we will seek to minister God's grace this summer. The Project During the fast-paced eight-week project we will seek to grow together and learn about a variety of topics: team building, reconciliation, eangelism, justice, leadership and service. You will experience worship and fellowship with other cultures and get a vision of who God is through the eyes of the people of the city. Your hands-on ministry time may be working with children in tutoring and mentoring programs, the homeless, or possibly a work project at a local church or home. You will work hard serving people while forming bonds with your fellow students living in Christian community. Two Tracks Milwaukee summer project offers a unique opportunity to choose between two different tracks. 1. Full-Time Ministry Track Day-time Job: Volunteer work at various ministry sites, e.g., running a day camp at a youth center for inner-city children, feeding the homeless, painting or repairing local churches, women's shelter. Take-Home Pay: A small stipend. Benefits: Unforgettable experience in full-time urban ministry working alongside the heroes of the inner city; a chance to make a difference among America's poor. 2. Workplace Ministry Track Day-time Job: A part-time summer job in Milwaukee (anything from McDonald's to something in your field of study) including opportunities to share the gospel with your co-workers. Take-home Pay: Whatever you receive as salary from your job. Benefits: Invaluable experience reaching your co-workers in the marketplace. A chance to impact the business world with the gospel. The Ministry S ites: TBA

The City Milwaukee bills itself as, "The Genuine American City." And what could be more genuinely American than being home to Harley Davidson motorcycles? But more than being a manufacturing center, Milwaukee is a city steeped in both Old World tradition and culture brought by the many German, Polish, Irish, and English immigrants that arrived in the late 19th and early 20th century. Adding new vibrancy to the city are more recent migrations including, African-Americans who migrated to Milwaukee from the south in the 40s, 50s, and 60s, to the more recent immigration of Hispanic people groups and Milwaukee's fastest growing population segment, those from Southeast Asia. In fact, Milwaukee is home to over 20,000 Hmong and Laotian people. Reflective of that fact, Milwaukee has also become known as the "City of Festivals." Every year on Milwaukee's lakefront, festivals celebrating Milwaukee's ethnic diversity go on all summer long — including Irish Fest, Arab World Fest, African World Fest, Festa Italiana, Mexican Fiesta, and many others — complete with ethnic food, entertainment and fireworks. Yet despite the celebrations of diversity that Milwaukee enjoys, it remains a troubled city. In many ways the city is a city of contrasts: exciting ethnic diversity, but real racial tension. In fact, the LA Times rated Milwaukee as the most segregated city in the nation. It is a city of art and culture, boasting one of the most beautiful art museums in the nation and dotted with classic mansions from Milwaukee's day of glory, but having many and widespread areas of poverty and despair. The 2000 census reported that over 40% of children in Milwaukee live below the poverty level, ranking it fourth in the nation. It is in this environment that

The Fun When it's time to take a break from our busy ministry work, Milwaukee has got tons of fun stuff to do! Ethnic festivals on the lakefront almost every week. Summerfest music festival on the lakefront. Catch a Brewers game at Miller Park rain or shine with the new retractable roof. Miss the beach? Catch some sun and play volleyball at Bradford Beach on Milwaukee's lakefront. Art is your thing? Milwaukee's art museum is a must see... or catch a show at the Pabst Theater. Take a factory tour at Harley Davidson. For further information email jeff.hoffman@cru.org or call (414) 344-1457.

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Aliases: Jose Deanda

Sex : Male | Race: White | DOB: 8-4-1986 | H: 5'5" | W: 140 lbs Ey es : Brown | Hai r: Black | Scars / Marks / Tatto o s : Scars on face, tattoo on left leg & left ankle | Date o f Warrant: 10-

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Mayor Barrett and Common Council President Will ie L. Hi nes, Jr. Announce New Ways of Applying to S erve on City Boards or Commissi ons Residents can submit their names for consideration for boards and commissions via the Mayor’s Office and the Common Council President’s web pages. "I've always encouraged residents to be involved in boards and commissions and I’m pleased this new mechanism makes it even easier for Milwaukeeans to get engaged. We welcome civic involvement and are hopeful this online process generates significant interest,” Mayor Barrett said. Council President Hines said he is hopeful the new online nomination options empower residents to seek service on city boards and commissions. “The new options allow residents to apply more easily to serve on boards that are involved in making important decisions and recommendations that will affect the future of Milwaukee, and I welcome the ease and transparency that the new options offer.” President Hines said. Domes spri ng floral show now open “Blue Bayou,” the New Orleans-themed spring floral show at the Mitchell Park Domes, is now open and run through May 27. Regular admission rates apply: $6.50 for adults, $5 for ages 6-17, seniors with proof of Milwaukee residency and college students with an ID; and free for ages 5 and under. For more information, call (414) 257-5600. The Domes are located at 524 S. Layton Boulevard.

at 2900 N. Menomonee River Parkway. Viewing hours for weekdays are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday viewing hours are from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information about the Graduate Art Therapy show, contact Christopher Belkofer at (414) 258-4810, ext. 489 or at belkofec@mtmary.edu.

Mount Mary College Presents Art Therapy S how Mount Mary College will present “Kaleidoscope,” a new exhibit featuring work by the college’s Art Therapy graduate students, in Marian Gallery on Sunday, April 7-Sunday, April 21. A reception for the artists will take place on Saturday, April 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. The show and reception are free and open to the public. The exhibit will show case works in a variety of media by the following graduate students: Jennifer Ahern; Shari Brzinski; Courtney; Alyssa Gruett; Trina Irish; Michelle Laga; Amanda McGovern; Jillian Rowley; Erin Rutz; Elizabeth Sawyer; Holly Vanderbusch; Caitlin Walsh; and Holly Wonders. Marian Gallery is located on the first floor of Caroline Hall

Mi lwaukee Chamber Theatre presents ‘Jeeves in Bloom’ Apri l 11-28 The Milwaukee Chamber Theatre will present their spring play “Jeeves in Bloom” by Margaret Raether, based on the characters created by P.G. Wodehouse, April 11-28. The play will take place in the Broadway Theatre Center’s Cabot Theatre. Dates and times are: Thursday, April 11 at 7:30 p.m. (preview); Friday, April 12 at 8 p.m. (opening); Saturday, April 13 at 8 p.m.; Sunday, April 14 at 2 p.m.; Wednesday, April 17 at 1 p.m.; Wednesday, April 17 at 7:30 p.m. (ViewPoints); Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. (Talkback); Friday, April 19 at 8 p.m.; Saturday, April 20 at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Saturday, April 20 at 8 p.m.; Sunday, April 21 at 2 p.m.; Wednesday, April 24 at 1 p.m. (Talk Theatre); Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. (Talkback); Friday, April 26 at 8 p.m.; Saturday, April 27 at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.; and Sunday, April 28 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available Monday through Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. at the Broadway Theatre Center Box Office, 158 N. Broadway, or by phone at (414) 291-7800. Tickets can be purchased online at milwaukeechambertheatre.com. Group,

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If you could change one thing in your school, what would it be? When student members of the 50 Acts of Leadership program at James Madison Academic Campus were asked that question, they decided to do something to make the freshman hallway at their school more welcoming. After school on March 28, the students painted murals that will be placed above the lockers in the 9th-grade hallway. Wisconsin State Assembly District 11

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Representative Mandela Barnes stopped by JMAC (which is located in District 11) to talk to the students before the project then stuck around to paint with them afterward. Forty freshmen are enrolled in the JMAC 50 Acts of Leadership program, which encourages students to take active roles in their communities by developing and executing projects aimed at these four groups: family, teachers, peers and friends, and community members. “These students are the future of Milwaukee, and the community needs to see that positive participation in young people’s lives will ultimately lead to a greater society,” said Representative Barnes. “Our students need to see that even their elected representatives will literally stand by them as they grow into Milwaukee’s next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs and bright minds. Without giving our support to these students now, there isn’t a bright future for Milwaukee.” The JMAC 50 Acts of Leadership group meets twice a week with a City Year Milwaukee corps member for discussions that build trust, leadership and resiliency skills. More than 70 City Year Milwaukee corps members serve as tutors, mentors and service providers across the MPS district.
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S tate of Wi sconsi n honors MPS ’ Whi tti er S chool for academi c growth Milwaukee Public Schools’ Whittier School is among just 65 schools across the state honored by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as a Wisconsin Reward School. Reward Schools are schools that have both strong academic results and a student body that includes lowincome students. Whittier, which “exceeds expectations” in the tough new state report cards and exceeds state standardized test score averages, is being honored for its academic growth. “I am very proud of Whittier School,” school leader Peggy Mystrow said. “Our vision statement is, ‘your path to college starts here,’ and the teachers, parents and staff work very hard to ensure that all students succeed.” The K4-5 school, located on the city’s south side just northwest of General Mitchell International Airport, is an MPS-operated charter school with a neighborhood attendance area. Campus Notes The following area students have been accepted at University of Wisconsin-Stout for fall 2013 have been awarded the Chancellors Scholarship in the amount of $4,500. They are: • Nicholas Derus of Milwaukee is a student at Pius Xi High School. He plans to major in Applied Science. • Blake Gerrits of Belgium is a student at Cedar Grove Senior High School. He plans to major in Information Technology Management. • Anthony Leino, Jr. of Milwaukee is a student at Wisconsin Lutheran High School. He plans to major in Game Design and Development. • Caylin Rosene of Milwaukee is a student at Wauwatosa West High School. She plans to major in Graphic Design and Interactive Media. • Carley Wells of Milwaukee is a student at Nathan Hale High School. She plans to major in Apparel Design and Development.

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