With the continually updating information about COVID-19, we are trying to take every precaution to protect our clients, staff, and community members.
UWW also announced an extended spring break to keep students home and try to prevent an outbreak in our area. This affects the availability of our student interns.
We are committed to serving those in need in our community, even while this pandemic is going on. So to respect everyone’s precautions and still effectively serve, we are limiting our office hours for walk-ins and we are utilizing a video conference platform called Doxy.me to meet with some clients and colleagues. Scheduled in-person meetings will still be available as well. Please call the office for more information about scheduling an in-person or video meeting.
I wish everyone good health!
PS. Go wash your hands! No, for real. 👏🦠🚰
We have a PACKERS quilt this year!
This incredibly detailedquilt is a king/queen size and includes the names of Packers players on individual footballs. If you look closely, you can see that the stitching is in the shape of Aaron Rogers, complete with the “12” on the shoulder. Made and donated by Carolyn Behrens.
The drawing for the quilt will take place at the Bethel House Spring Luncheon on April 15th (you don’t need to be present to win). Tickets are available through Bethel House Board Members or at the Congregational Church at 133 S. Franklin Street. For more information call Nikole, Bethel House Nonprofit Intern, at 262-473-2715.
Tickets are twelve for $10, six for $5, or $1each.