Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Time: 7:00 - 11:00pm
Location: Milwaukee Theatre
Address: 500 West Kilbourn Ave Milwaukee, WI
We all know that person who stands out among us as a future leader of our city. The person that gives it their all 110% of the time and will clearly have a hand in shaping our city's history. The Bubbler Awards Celebration is our way of thanking those individuals who live their passion for the city day in and out.
The night will include a champagne toast, awards ceremony, sampling from Milwaukee restaurants and DJ Romke and Jimmy Cababa.
NEWaukee is a dedicated and energetic young professional network that loves the city of Milwaukee and strives to make it a better place for all to live, work and play. Through regular events and programming, NEWaukee has built a membership of over 40,000 Millennials that represents the voice of a local generation.
Date: Saturday, April 20
Location: 3311 W Lisbon Ave
On Saturday, April 20th, join other young professionals, community members, volunteers and youth to help celebrate spring Habitat style! Milwaukee Habitat and Habitat Young Professionals (HYP) will be in the Washington Park neighborhood putting the finishing touches on a few Habitat houses, cleaning up the neighborhood, informing residents about Habitat’s housing programs and working on sustainability projects with youth. These events will take place in the morning.
In the afternoon, celebrate your accomplishments and join Habitat and HYP at the Urban Ecology Center’s Earth Day Celebration in Washington Park! There will be canoeing, food, fun and more volunteer opportunities.
For more information or to register for the event, please contact Jackie Sitkowski, Volunteer Services Coordinator at Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity, email@example.com or (414) 562-6100 ex 27.
Milwaukee Habitat Young Professionals (HYP) seeks to engage socially conscious young professionals to support Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity’s mission: to transform lives and communities by providing low-income families with affordable home ownership opportunities.
HYP brings young people together who are motivated to share their time, resources and talents to impact Habitat not only in the present, but for generations to come. HYP hopes to cultivate lifelong leaders and donors who understand the importance and necessity of Habitat in Milwaukee and all around the world.
HYP supports Habitat’s mission through monthly volunteer opportunities, education, advocacy and fundraising events. There is also an annual international trip to serve Habitat in another country alongside other Milwaukee HYP members.
Join YP Impact and Milwaukee Riverkeepers on Saturday, April 20th at Miller Park and give back to the Milwaukee Watershed. Milwaukee Riverkeeper's mission is to protect water quality and wildlife habitat in the river corridors and to advocate for sound land use in the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic River Watersheds. They envision a future in which people from all walks of life can enjoy the healthy waterways of the Milwaukee River Basin. Register here.
YP Impact is a truly unique young professional's organization. It is our vision to engage and inspire young professionals with a social platform and opportunities for community volunteerism, which leaves a lasting impact professionally and personally. This networking and volunteerism - coupled with training - will allow our members to meet with peers, expand business contacts, and learn fundamentals of leadership, to prepare them for future career endeavors. Our goal is to engage our members with their community at a deeper level. We do this through a combination of monthly networking and volunteer events.
Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Location: Urban Ecology Center, Washington Park
Address: 1859 North 40th Street Milwaukee, WI 53208
Celebrate nature in our neighborhood with an afternoon of canoeing, food, volunteering, and fun for the whole family!
The Urban Ecology Center
The UEC fosters ecological understanding as inspiration for change, neighborhood by neighborhood. Our Environmental Community Centers: Provide outdoor science education for urban youth, Protect and use public natural areas, making them safe, accessible and vibrant, Preserve and enhance these natural areas and their surrounding waters, Promote community by offering resources that support learning, volunteerism, stewardship, recreation and camaraderie, Practice and model environmentally responsible behaviors
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