God Squad to hold rally at Heartlove Oct. 10
The Milwaukee God Squad will hold a rally at Heartlove Place on Saturday, October 10, from 4:00PM-8:00PM with guest speakers Niger Innis (son of Roy Innis) and Apostle David King of the Milwaukee God Squad. For more information call Apostle David King 414-519-6207.
“CODE PINK” BREAST CANCER AWARENESS EVENT OCTOBER 16
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, dedicated to increasing breast health awareness emphasizing the importance of early detection.
The Miltown Divas Networking Organization and Gene’s Supper Club have partnered with the YMCA’s Bosom Buddies to forge “CODE PINK,” a campaign extending the breast cancer awareness message to the urban progressive crowd in a social setting.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Event will take place on Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 8pm at Gene’s Supper Club, 4323 N 60th Street. It will provide an eclectic blend of education, networking, treats, tips and demonstrations to facilitate awareness, promote early detection, and encourage personal responsibility. This event is open to the public at no charge. A Balloon Pop Raffle and Breast cancer awareness quizzes with door prizes. For more information about this event, please visit www.miltowndivas.org and click “CODE PINK.”
Riverworks Center Honors Cassidy Turley Barry Brokers
James M. Young and Maximilian M. Yokosh, brokers with Cassidy Turley Barry, were recently presented the “Broker of the Year” award by the Riverworks Development Corporation. In an event held on September 30 at the Richards Street Armory, Executive Director Darryl Johnson and Carl Nilssen, president of the Riverworks Business Improvement District board, presented the award to the brokers.
Young and Yokosh received the award for selling three buildings in the Riverworks area in less than a year’s time.
The buildings, located at 3888 N. 1st St. and 3849 N. Palmer St., Milwaukee, were formerly occupied by ABS. The buildings were sold to three separate entities, with the first sale occurring in November 2009. The properties are now fully occupied.