(Left photo) Roundy’s recently held a community fair at its Pick ‘n Save store located at 1100 E. Garfield (Humboldt and North) in Milwaukee. During the event the grocery chain donated a total of $126,000 to eight location organizations through the Roundy’s Foundation. Seven of the eight organizations provided information about what they do and their location. Among the eight organizations to garner a donation was the Salvation Army-Milwaukee County, which received $5,000. On hand to present and receive the SA donation are (left to right): Vivian King, Roundy’s Director of Public Affairs; Connie Jones, Roundy’s Foundation administrators; Major Dale Hunt of the Salvation Army, Steve Guttuso, manager of the Garfield location; and Faithe Colas, Communication Director for the Salvation Army. (Photo by Yvonne Kemp)
(Right photo) Ruby Smith gets help with her 2011 taxes from (left to right): Jim Houston, Rick Navarre and Jerry Luettgen who seem to be going above and beyond to make sure Smith’s tax return is spotless. The program is sponsored by AARP and kicked-off Monday at the Clinton Rose Senior Center, 3045 N. Martin Luther King Drive. Tax-Aide volunteers will help more than 4,000 Milwaukee County residents file their tax returns at numerous locations between February and April 17 at no charge. Find locations and hours at www.aarp.org/taxaide or by calling 1-888-227-7669.
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