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Rogers Memorial Hospital-Brown Deer dedication reception

About 150 doctors and community VIPs gathered on April 23 to celebrate the opening of the new Rogers Memorial Hospital-Brown Deer. The 56-bed inpatient facility located at 4600 W. Schroeder Drive opened on Monday.   more »

‘Awear’ Fashion Show

Sojourner Family Peace Center raised more than $200,000 during its 12th annual Awear Fashion Show – the most the nonprofit has ever generated at its signature fashion show fundraiser. The event, presented by Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson Motor Co., was held April 2 at Harley-Davidson. In addition to the runway show, the event featured hors d’oeuvres and a cocktail reception, as well as a wine pull, ruby dig, beauty bar and auctions.   more »

Bucks reveal arena plans

The Milwaukee Bucks and their architects today announced their plans for a new arena in downtown Milwaukee, and released several renderings of the development.   more »

Wisconsin Tech Summit

The Wisconsin Technology Council welcomed representatives from 16 major companies and 51 emerging firms to the 2015 Wisconsin Tech Summit, held on March 23 at the GE Healthcare Institute in Waukesha. The summit served to connect large companies with startups and give them a space to explore business collaborations in order to leverage technology and innovation.   more »

LBWN Executive Breakfast

Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Inc. celebrated the neighborhood development progress it has made in the last two decades during its 2015 Executive Breakfast, held March 19 at Alverno College. The event, in its ninth year, highlighted LBWN's 20th anniversary while also calling attention to the nonprofit's pool of stakeholders. LBWN, founded by the School Sisters of St. Francis, has leveraged more than $40 million in neighborhood investments throughout its history. The breakfast event included networking, remarks from community leaders and public officials, and a panel discussion featuring insight from neighborhood residents.   more »

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