Lakeviews, May 12, 2013: Jason M. Holton, Executive Director & Vice-President from City Year Milwaukee and Kelly Kachelski, Corps Member, talk about encouraging and mentoring inner city students to complete their education. And Julianne Davan, Executive Assistant for Waukesha County Executive Dan Vrakas talks about the Parents Who Host, Lose the Most campaign.
Lakeviews, May 5, 2013: Deb Heermanns, Chair of the Mount Mary Art Department describes creative summer programs available for students of all ages and the 2013 Creo event. And Teri Bromberek, Program Supervisor for Best Buddies Wisconsin & Derek Smith, Co-chair of The Downtown Milwaukee Friendship Walk talk about building relationships with adults with intellectual disabilities.
Lakeviews, April 28, 2013: Commander David Johnson & Public Affairs Officer Joel Berman of the United State Coast Guard Auxiliary-Division 43 share safe boating tips. And Dani Yegge, Chairperson of Walk MS and Jamie Baker of The Wisconsin Chapter of The National Multiple Sclerosis Society talk about the number of women affected by the disease.
Lakeviews, April 21, 2013: Deanna Tillisch, President & CEO of the United Performing Arts Fund and Special Events Manager, Kyle Dlabay talk about The UPAF Ride for the Arts. And Author Karissa Kleven & Illustrator Dane Gagnon of "Show You Care, Share" and Mary Lou Young, President of The United Way discuss children's literacy.
Lakeviews, April 14, 2013: Linda Stewart, COO, and Wylbur Holloway, Manager of Youth Services of The Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board talk about opportunities for education, training and placement of workers in Milwaukee. And Brookfield Academy Senior, Kathry Dykstra, winner of the 2013 Art Scholarship Competition and Kathy Powers, President of The Elm Grove Women's Club discuss the importance of encouraging young people to pursue their artistic dreams.
Lakeviews, April 7, 2013: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Lisa Huffman, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program Coordinator at Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Faith Holley Beal, Program Director of C.A.R.E.Center, Waukesha and Mary Hennis, Director of Counseling at the Women's Center discuss incidents in the news and help for victims.
Lakeviews, March 31, 2013: Hope Patchak, RN at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin's Pediatric Cardiac Intesive Care Unit talks about how Pulse Oximetry Screening saved her infant son's life. And Jeff Delutri, Nicolet High School Business Administrator, and Jennifer Ziegler, Wellness Director of The Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center, discuss the progress of Nicolet teachers and staff in The Big Melt Down fitness program.
Lakeviews, March 24, 2013: Mary Pluta, Director of Communication for The Friends of Hoyt Park & Pool in Wauwautosa, talks about early sign-ups for classes and activities. And Ashley Staeck, Community Program Associate, Johnson Foundation and Julie Heuller, Vice-President of Operations, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, discuss the state of mental health services in Racine.
Lakeviews, March 17, 2013: Capuchin Friar Father Perry McDonald, Pastoral Director of The House of Peace describes the low-profile ministry celebrating its 45th Anniversary. And Attorney Barbara Paterick talks about resolving family, personal, and business disputes through facilitative mediation.
Lakeviews, March 10, 2013: Sue Swan, Executive Director of the American Lung Association Milwaukee Chapter talks about the 2013 Fight for Air Climb. And Rachel Mosey of the Milwaukee Choristers discusses the 80 year history of the performance organization and opportunities for listeners to become involved.
Lakeviews, March 3, 2013: Bob Johnston, President of Special Needs Planning, LLC talks about the importance of financial planning for parents of children with special needs. And Anne Reed, Executive Director of The Wisconsin Humane Society tells the story of abused dog, Jerome, and his struggle for survival.
Lakeviews, February 24, 2013: ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) patient, Jim Entissi discusses his challenges with the disease and 2013's Evening of Hope. And Jeff Roznowski from the Wauwautosa Historical Society talks about the history of Tosa and the Blarney Run-Walk.
Lakeviews, February 17, 2013: Denis Montero, a college student involved with Youth Empowered in the Struggle talks about his experiences of coming to this country without documentation. He is joined by Chrhistine Neumann-Ortiz, Executive Director of Voces De La Frontera. And Jim Tolkan, President of the Automobile Dealers Associationg of Metro Milwaukee discusses the charities helped by ADAMM dealers and gives a preview of the 2013 Greater Milwaukee Auto Show.
Lakeviews, February 10, 2013: Christy Brown, CEO, Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast, and Ananya Murali, Girl Scout Senior from Shorewood High School talk about the ways girls have developed character, confidence and citizenship through Girl Scout activities. And Andrea Siverling, Community Relations Representative for The Blood Center of Wisconsin encourages listeners to become "heroes" by being blood donors.
Lakeviews, February 3, 2013: Holly Ignatowski, Spokesperson for Milwaukee's Chapter of The Pancreatic Cancer Network discusses the impact of The Recalcitrant Cancer Act on patients with Lung, Liver, Ovarian, Pancreatic and other hard to treat cancers. And Dr. John Beltz of The Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center talks about cat health issues.
Lakeviews, January 27, 2013: Dr. Kathleen Cepelka, Superintendent of The Milwaukee ArchDiocesan Catholic Schools talks about Catholic Schools Week. And Dr. Dave Ziegler, Optometrist, discusses National Glaucoma Awareness Month.
Lakeviews, January 20, 2013: May Hennis, Director of Counseling and Diane Ripple, Director of Programs and Services for The Women's Center in Waukesha talk about ways for women to avoid becoming victims of sexual abuse. And Peter Hoeffel, Executive Director and Brenda Wesley, Director of Education and Outreach from the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) discuss misconceptions about people who have been diagnosed with mental health problems.
Lakeviews, January 13, 2013: Carole Johnson from the Johnson Foundation discusses the results of the 15th Annual Comparative Analysis of The Racine School District. And Jeanne Geraci, Executive Director of The Benedict Center talks about achieving respect for women who have been impacted by the justice system.
Lakeviews, January 6, 2013: Jennifer Zeigler, Director of Wellness, Kris Andersen, Director of Fitness. And Jonah Levenberg, Director of Food Services & Head Chef at the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center give advice on motivating lifestyle changes for 2013.
Lakeviews, December 30, 2012: Assistant Family Court Commissioner, William Honrath and Family Law Attorney, Lisa Bangert, talk about the legal system when filing for divorce. Get more information on the Wisconsin Court System.
Lakeviews, December 23, 2012: Cancer Survivor Kelly Kuster talks about her victory over Colon Cancer and being selected for the 2013 Colondar and Diane Wagner, Responsiblity Commerce Manger for Miller Coors encourages listeners to take advantage of The Free Ride Community Program on New Years Eve.
Lakeviews, December 16, 2012: Sherrie Tussler, Executive Director of The Hunger Task Force talks about ways to help feed families during the holidays. And Mark Shapiro, Executive Director of The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center and Bridget Clementi, Director of Community Health for Children's Hospital Milwaukee discuss LAUGH IT UP MILWAUKEE!
Lakeviews, December 9, 2012: Carmen Petre, Executive Director of Sojourner Peace House discusses ways to recognize and escape domestic abuse. And Lynee Oehlke, President & CEO of St. Catherine Residence talks about affordable, safe, and supportive living arrangements for single women.
Lakeviews, December 2, 2012: Melissa Dombrowski-Boling, Director of Community Engagement for St. Aemilian-Lakeside talks about how becoming a foster or adoptive parent enriches the life of the children and their new families. And Dr. John Beltz, DVM, from The Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center shares advice on keeping your pet safe and healthy during the holidays.
Lakeviews, November 25, 2012: Jim Kazmerek, Philanthropist and President of KAPCO talks about "paying it forward" with Kids 2 Kids Christmas. Dawn Anderson, Executive Director, Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition and local author Cindy Mich discuss ways to influence a cure for breast cancer.
Lakeviews, November 18, 2012: Cristy Garcia-Thomas, President of The Aurora Health Care Foundation talks about Family to Family Thanksgiving. And former TMJ4 Reporter Mick Trevey and his wife, Kate, discuss the diagnosis of their one-year old daughter's Juvenile Arthritis. They are also joined by Hayley Wolf, Communications Coordinator, Arthritis Foundation, Upper Midwest Region.
Lakeviews, November 11, 2012: Dan Buttery, President of the Board of Directors for Wisconsin Fisher House, discusses how to help the families of the 8,000 Iraq and Afghanistan injured vets who are treated at the Milwaukee VA every year. And Ssgt. Juan Mendez and Sgt. Luis Chinias from Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 24th Marines talk about the 2012 Toys for Tots drive.
Lakeviews, November 4, 2012: Mary Lou Young, President and CEO of United Way of Greater Milwaukee talks about the goals of the 2012 United Way campaign. And Kelly Andrew, Director of Development for the Horizon Grief Center talks about using humor to cope with the loss of a loved one. Stephanie Graham tells why Soulstice Theater is contributing a portion of ticket sales from "Blithe Spirit" to Horizon.
Lakeviews, October 28, 2012: Beth Norris, Job Center Coordinator Workforce Development Centers in Waukesha, Ozaukee & Washington Counties, informs listeners about employment opportunities. And Terry Murphy, Executive Director of ArtWorks for Milwaukee discusses creative job opportunities for at-risk youth.
Lakeviews, October 21, 2012: Emma Jacque, Executive Director of Program Services for Lutheran Social Services, talks about their programs serving more than 90 communities throughout Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. And Jennifer Morales, Co-President of the Board of Directors for The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center, discusses ways the center serves the LGBT community in southeastern Wisconsin.
Lakeviews, October 14, 2012: Colleen Ellingson, Chief Executive Officer of Adoption Resources of Wisconsin discusses the need for adoptive parents in Southeastern Wisconsin. And Waukesha author Kevin Doy Burton talks about his book, Strange Tales of the Unknown.
Lakeviews, October 7, 2012: Lu Anne Bird, Vice President of Organization for the League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County discusses the importance of being an informed voter in the upcoming election. And Beth Heller, Senior Director of Education and Strategic Planning of the The Urban Ecolocy Center talks about programs to protect the natural environment of Southeastern Wisconsin.
Lakeviews, September 30, 2012: Major Roger Ross, Milwaukee County Commander of the Salvation Army talks about the importance of The Red Kettle Drive in helping those in need. And Jim Haertel, President and Darrell Smith, Vice-President of The Museum of Beer & Brewing discuss their efforts to build a museum in Milwaukee.
Lakeviews, September 23, 2012: Rabbi Shari Shamah, Coordinator of The Youth Humanitarian Projects talks about Tzedakah Days which encourages youngsters 4 -14 to become involved in humanitarian efforts. And Sandi Wagner, Executive Director and Kelli Zembuski, President of The Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance, discuss Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and the toll the disease takes on women.
Lakeviews, September 16, 2012: Bonnie Scholz, Performing Arts Department Chair, Pius XI High School and Director of The Performing Arts Academy in Milwaukee discusses the importance of music & the arts in education. And Craig Farrell, Executive Director of the West Bend Chamber of Commerce, talks about the history of the community and activities available for families to enjoy.
Lakeviews, September 9, 2012: Helen Shiely and Lynne Miller talk about The Kitchens for a Cause Tour benefitting Nativity Jesuit Middle School in Milwaukee. And Dr. Corey Shamah, Medical Oncologist and Trish Haudricourt, Executive Director at Cancer Support Community Greater Milwaukee discuss what cancer patients should expect when "active" treatment ends and "post" treatment begins.
Lakeviews, September 2, 2012: Employment Attorney Jill Hartley from The Previant Law Firm and Stephanie Bloomingdale, Secretary-Treasurer of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO talk about the contributions of Wisconsin workers in celebration of Labor Day. And Linda Grunau of The Elm Grove Women's Club describes family fun for fall including a Pig Roast, Rummage Sale and Christmas in the Grove.
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Lakeviews, August 26, 2012: Jennifer Mattes, Director of Global Public Affairs for Johnson Controls talks about how The Conservation Leadership Corps inspires Milwaukee students to become the next generation's environmental leaders. And Anne Reed, Director of The Wisconsin Humane Society discusses the wolf hunting lawsuit filed against the DNR and Natural Resources Board.
Lakeviews, August 19, 2012: Paramveer Singh talks about the shootings at The Sikh Temple in Oak Creek and how listeners can assist the victims and their families. And Jake Sosnay discusses The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training.
Lakeviews, August 12, 2012: Stacy Bartsch, Fundraising Manager of the Children's Hospital Foundation talks about The 34th Annual Brigg's & Al's Run & Walk. And Mark Shapiro, Executive Director of The Jewish Community Center describes programs and services offered through The JCC.
Lakeviews, August 5, 2012: Trish Haudricourt, Executive Director and Justine Murray, Program Coordinator From Gilda's Club of Southeastern Wisconsin discuss the support programs available through the organization for women, men and children.
Lakeviews, July 29, 2012: Sgt. Jerry Habanek of the Waukesha Police Department talks about activities planned for Waukesha Night Out. And Chuck Liedtke and Bill Mokros of the Milwaukee Fire Bell Club discuss their experiences feeding and aiding firefighters while they are on the scene of a blaze or other emergency.
Lakeviews, July 22, 2012: Joe Dean and Renee Riddle discuss the Stars & Stripes Honor Flights and The Field of Honor Event at Miller Park. And Angela Speed of The Wisconsin Humane Society talks about pets available for adoption and volunteer opportunities.
Lakeviews, July 15, 2012: Bill Jennaro, Past President of Festa Italiana and The Italian Community Center talks about family fun at Festa Italiana. And Julianne Davan of the Waukesha County Executives office describes the C.A.R.E.S. program which discourages underage drinking.
Lakeviews, July 8, 2012: Dr. Fredrick Austermann, Milwaukee Chapter Chair and Kay Austermann, Chapter Secretary and Treasurer of the American Institute of Wine & Food discussed the educational and information opportunities available to professional and amateur chefs and "foodies." And Kevin Mikolajcak, described his Eagle scout project, "TatorTotz," a program aimed at activities for toddlers with his Aunt Colleen and two year old nephew, Liam.
Lakeviews, July 1, 2012: Donna Bembenek, Senior Vice-President of the Milwaukee YMCA and Carol Tanrath, Director of the YMCA National Gymnastics Competitiion talk about 1700 gymnasts from across the country participating in a competition in Milwaukee. And Danny Shutts, General Manager, Russ Darrow Toyota, describes Operation KidSafe.
Lakeviews, June 24, 2012: Pancretic Cancer survivors Sarah Barse and Bud McKonly and Steve Lipshetz with the Pancreatic Cancer Network discuss one of the deadliest forms of cancer. And Michelle Serocki of The Brew City Bully Club talks about myths surrounding pit bulls.
Lakeviews, June 17, 2012: Ralph Zick, Executive Director of The Hope Center discusses the free services offered including social activities, clothing meals to the homeless. And Debbie Running, Executive Director for The Literacy Council of Greater Waukesha talks about tutoring and mentoring programs available for the functionally illiterate, as well as those transitioning to English as a second language.
Lakeviews, June 10, 2012: Peggy Peterson Ryan and Susan Holmes talk about their vision of creating a musical about Suffragist Victoria Woodhull. Dan & Jackie Mickelsen, Owners of the Stone Fox Salon, discuss their Benefit for the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin. And we talk to Jane Riley Best, Festival Director at Polish Fest.
Lakeviews, June 3, 2012 Part 1: A discussion with Professor Deb Heermans, Arts Department Chair, Summer Arts for Youth Director, Mount Mary College describing the "Creative Connections" of the summer arts program.
Lakeviews, June 3, 2012 Part 2: A discussion with Wauwautosa High School Seniors, Emily Komp and Alex Swenson, Student Coordinators for the Sarah Strong 5K Walk/Run.
Lakeviews, May 27, 2012: A discussion with Jay Reinke from the Milwaukee Area Labor Council regarding the 23rd Annual Health & Hygiene Drive for the Homeless.
Lakeviews, May 20, 2012: Listen to a discussion with Christa March from Teen Mother Choices International and Jennifer Del Rio from MTV’s 16 & Pregnant.
Lakeviews, May 13, 2012: Listen to discussions with Staci Eggert-Dziedzic from the Waukesha/Ozaukee/Washington Workforce Development Center Job Fair, as well as Laura Hey, Wendy Panaro & “Dexter the Therapy Cat” from Health Heelers.
Lakeviews, May 6, 2012: Listen to discussions with Bill Schaeffer, Southeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners, U of W Extension Services and Hope Lloyd, Martha Chambers & Barry Kress, People First Milwaukee.
Lakeviews, April 29, 2012: Listen to discussions with Linda Grunau from Elm Grove Women’s Club and Grove Arts Festival and Danae Davis, CEO Pearls for Teen Girls.
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