West Allis — Pockets of vibrant, active and safer neighborhoods are the goal of a citywide initiative to encourage formation of neighborhood associations of businesses and residents all over West Allis.
West Allis — With statistics scanty except for the last three years, the number of rat complaints phoned into the West Allis Health Department has skyrocketed for the eastern part of the city and are now rising for western areas.
Ebenezer Child Care Centers will be hosting a Working Parents’ Luncheon on Thursday, May 1, at the Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago Street, Milwaukee. Author and professional speaker, Jason Kotecki will be speaking on how to “Escape Adulthood: Living and working with less stress and more fun." This high-energy, jam-packed program will be coated in humor and fun and will leave attendees with a renewed passion and optimism for life, provide everyone with techniques to have more fun while getting more done and motivate everyone to live a richer, more balanced life even with the craziness of being a working parent. Cost of event is $40 for more information or to register visit www.Ebenezerchildcare.com or call 414.643.5070.