2018 Get in the Game Luncheon a Success

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THANK YOU!

On May 30, 2018, Playworks Wisconsin hosted 120 guests and community leaders for our 2nd annual Get in the Game Luncheon. This year’s event recognized Milwaukee Succeeds as a major investor for their support for training and consulting for 12 schools in the city of Milwaukee. We also honored the School District of Waukesha and the Greater Watertown Community Health Foundation for their ongoing partnership with Playworks and how we deliver programming in the western suburbs.

Special thanks to all our sponsors who made this event a success!


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Sidney Moncrief and the importance of Playworks


 

 

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