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Celebrate 37 Years of the Milwaukee Community Journal
Celebrate 37 Years of the Milwaukee Community Journal
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Sunday, August 4th, 2013
9:00 am

Help the Milwaukee Community Journal celebrate their 37th anniversary at a jazz brunch on Sunday, August 4 at the Italian Conference Center.

Enjoy great food, live music from Christopher’s Project and advice on making healthier lifestyle choices and living the good life from the “doctors in the kitchen.”  You’ll also see amazing transformations of three Milwaukee Community Journal readers in the “Mission Makeover” project.  And 20 community leaders will be awarded the coveted Milwaukee Community Journal “Salute to Excellence.”

Tickets are $90 each and must be purchased in advance at the Milwaukee Community Journal offices, 3612 N. King Drive.

All proceeds benefit the Dr. Terence N. Thomas scholars, representing the best of the best from freshman year beginners through medical and public health school third year students.

No tickets will be sold at the door.  So buy yours soon.

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