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CANOPY CENTER COVERS THE NEEDS OF ABUSED CHILDREN

Guests:  Donna Fox, Executive Director; Nicole Wells, Childcare Specialist; Megan Henry, CASA Program Director, Canopy Center Canopy Center is a child abuse treatment and prevention agency which works to strengthen the family unit and address the long-term effects of child abuse. Advocating for the needs of children is paramount. The Center does this through three… Read more »

A NEW PAIN-RELIEVING DISCOVERY FOR LPHS

Guests:  Hans Sollinger, MD, PhD, FACS; UW School of Medicine and Public Health;  Sheri Spain, LPHS patient… If you’re like most people, you probably have not heard of LPHS. It is Loin Pain Hematuria Syndrome – a painful condition which affects mostly younger women. The pain is in the area of the kidney and radiates… Read more »

END DOMESTIC ABUSE SPEAKS OUT IN WISCONSIN

Guest:  Patti Seger, Executive Director, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin… End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin is the statewide voice for victims of domestic violence. They are focused on educating victims and the general public, providing safety and support to those experiencing abuse, and preventing and ending domestic abuse for future generations. Their voice is heard in the… Read more »

ONE ON ONE WITH UW’S MUSIC MAN, MICHAEL LECKRONE

Guest: Michael Leckrone, Director (Retired), UW Marching Band and UW Bands… After 50 colorful years directing UW-Madison’s March Band and serving simultaneously as Director of Bands, Michael Leckrone has retired his baton but will remain on the faculty as a professor in the School of Music. Within the midst of the University’s high academic standards… Read more »

ATTIC ANGEL SUPPORTS PLAY AS THEIR 130TH BIRTHDAY GIFT TO THE COMMUNITY

Guests:  Mary Ann Drescher, president/CEO, Attic Angel Community; Anne Dorne, Vice Chair, Attic Angel Association; Abbi Kruse, Executive Director, The Playing Field… Since its inception in 1889, when the two Bryant sisters scavenged through their attic to find clothing and other items for needy children, the Attic Angel Association has remained committed to their mission… Read more »