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HLA Business Interiors, LLC
10700 W Research Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53226
HLA Business Interiors provides interior design, consultation and installation for business clients. It servesMore corporate, contemporary office, medical, assisted living, educational, and private educational clients. 
Aemilian Preschool
4515 N Mayfair Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53225
The Aemilian Preschool has been providing quality, accredited early-childhood education since 1971. The school offersMore half and full-day programs for two-, three- and four-year-olds. All lead teachers have four-year degrees in education. During the summertime, The Aemilian Preschool offers a program for school-age children that features a myriad of hands-on activities and outdoor explorations to enhance what they've learned during the school year. Call for more information or to schedule a tour.
CESA I: Turning Point Elementary & Passage Middle School
9501 W Watertown Plank Rd, Wauwatosa, WI 53226
Turning Point Elementary & Passage Middle School are both home to CESA #1 educational programs. CESA programs allowMore children to attend school in their home district. Instruction is based on state standards as well as customized to fit each child's needs and strengths.
The Child Abuse Prevention Fund
10361 W Innovation Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53226
The Child Abuse Prevention Fund, located on Innovation Drive, is a fund raising initiative of More href="http://www.chw.org/">Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Its mission is to provide medical care and resources to help victims recover and to help educate people in order to stop domestic violence before it starts. 
St. Margaret Mary Congregation
3950 N 92nd St, Milwaukee, WI 53222
St. Margaret Mary Congregation has been serving the community since 1955. The congregation offers schooling, adultMore education, missionary work, retreats and more. 
Huntington's Disease Society of America
2041 N 107th St, Milwaukee, WI 53226
Huntington's Disease Society of America is a voluntary health organization that offers support to individuals livingMore with Huntington's Disease. The organization provides advocacy for research, support groups, and educational programs. It currently supports more than 40 scientists around the globe through its HDSA Coalition for the Cure.
Wauwatosa Catholic School
1500 N Wauwatosa Ave, Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Formerly St. Bernard's Parish School, St. Bernard's and St. Pius X parishes have merged their education programs to formMore Wauwatosa Catholic School, beginning with the 2011-2012 school year. The program will be located at St. Bernard's and is a preschool (K3) through grade eight program. Information on the new school can be found on its website.
Chabad of Downtown Milwaukee
6330 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53213
Chabad of Downtown Milwaukee offers a Jewish video library and other resources for the Jewish community. Every TuesdayMore at noon, the Chabad offers a weekly Torah portion educational program that includes lunch. For more information, you may call Chabad of Downtown Milwaukee at the number provided. 
TCF Bank
7617 W Bluemound Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53213
TCF is a full-service bank offering both retail and commercial banking services including checking and savingsMore accounts, life insurance, mortgages, home equity loans, and personal and education loans. The TCF Wauwatosa branch is located on 76th Street just north of Bluemound Road and is one of 440 banking offices in Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, Colorado, Wisconsin, Indiana, Arizona and South Dakota.
Common Ground
624 N 103rd St, Wauwatosa, WI 53226
Common Ground is an organization in southeastern Wisconsin that is part of larger national network affiliated with theMore Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF). Common Ground members come together from all walks of life with the shared vision of creating positive changes within their communities. Thus, per its website, "Common Ground exists to build and support an organization to address Greater Milwaukee's critical social issues in an effective, non-partisan way." Areas of concern include health care, education, crime, immigration, youth, housing, mental health and job development. Group meetings are held throughout the year. To become involved, call or e-mail. 
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