EVENT: Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County hosted its Support Our Seniors: Celebrating 25 Years of Service in Ozaukee County event at the North Shore Country Club.
CAUSE: The event benefited the organization in its mission to support seniors, including those with limited mobility, and their commitment to them.
PROCEEDS: Sponsorships, donations and raffles garnered more than $20,000.
EVENT: The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center (JJC) hosted Laugh It Up Milwaukee featuring Seth Meyers at The Pabst Theater.
CAUSE: Proceeds raised through sponsorships and ticket sales benefited the JCC and this year’s co-beneficiary, Running Rebels, a local organization dedicated to preventing involvement in gangs, drugs, violence and the juvenile justice system through coaching and mentoring.
EVENT: This year’s All Academies Military Ball was hosted by the Wisconsin Air Force Academy Parents Association at the Milwaukee County War Memorial.
CAUSE: The event serves to support and inspire service men and women in all five service academies who will become second lieutenants once they graduate from their respective programs.
EVENT: Women for MACC hosted its fourth annual Nine, Wine & Dine at the Ironwood Golf Course, an exclusive, women-only golf event. Attendees golfed nine holes and were offered the chance to sample various wines.
CAUSE: Proceeds from the event through team registrations, a raffle and donations benefited ongoing critical research for curing childhood cancer and related blood disorders.
Ronald McDonald House Charities’ held its annual Black Tie Gala at the Pfister Hotel, guests enjoyed a gourmet dinner, silent and live auctions, live entertainment, and an evening full of dancing. Proceeds benefited the Ronald McDonald House Charities’ to ease the burden of families with seriously ill or injured children.
Photos by Jake Hill
Past Basket invited guests to a meet and greet welcoming its new interior stylist Mithra Ballesteros. Attendees were treated to style advice sessions, raffle prizes, light appetizers and refreshments.
Photos by Erol Reyal
Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) held its annual free, outdoor, fine arts and crafts festival featuring a juried selection of 65+ Wisconsin fine artists selling their exquisite work, and professional chalk artists from across the nation. Guests enjoyed art activities, live music and entertainment, food vendors and a beer garden.
Photos by Jake Hill