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Sayvon Friend named Student of the Year
Wisconsin State Superintendent Tony Evers, PhD served as keynote speaker at the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM)’s 2012 Student Recognition Awards, held June 11, 2012 at the HACM Community Services building, 650 W. Reservoir.
The annual event recognized educational excellence among public housing youth who participate in the HACM Education Initiative. Founded in 2004, the Initiative now works with over 360 youth in the Highland Homes and Scattered Sites developments to keep them in school and help them graduate.
Twelve of fourteen current …
The Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin General Internal Medicine Clinic has been recognized as a Level 3 (highest level) Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
The clinic, which is staffed by faculty physicians from the Medical College’s Department of Medicine, is located in the Specialty Clinics Building on the Froedtert & Medical College campus.
The three-year recognition honors programs that use evidence-based, patient-centered processes to focus on highly coordinated care and the development of longterm relationships between a care team, patients and their families.
“A patient-centered …
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The Milwaukee Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. (TLOD) –a national women’s service organization, will kick off Father’s Day weekend with a celebration of Milwaukee ’s Outstanding Fathers and Mentors.
Thirty-six (36) local fathers and mentors have been nominated for this special recognition by family and friends. The “Fifth Annual Celebration of Fathers and Mentors Breakfast”, will be held, Saturday, June 18, 2011, 9:00 a.m., at the Clarion Hotel, 5311 South Howell Avenue. The 2011 Chairperson and event organizer is Ms. Catherine E. Miles, Retired MPS Administrator and tireless advocate …
A group of seniors who help the homebound remain in their own homes has been honored. The Senior Companion Program, coordinated by the Social Development Commission (SDC), held a recognition luncheon for the dozens of senior volunteers who make the program a success.
Senior Companions are trained to make regular visits to homebound clients and assist them with a wide range of services including just being a friend. The program has been recognized as being successful in allowing people to remain living independently in their own houses or apartments.
At the Recognition …