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The Rotary Club of Amigos de Milwaukee After Hours is a multilingual club with a passion for diversity in Milwaukee
Service Above Self
We meet Tuesdays at 5:45 PM
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 North Broadway
Milwaukee, WI  53202
United States
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Tina Dozier-Weyand
October 3
Angie Rester
October 25
Robert Grede
November 5
Gustavo de Arriba
November 18
Paul Berger
December 13
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                  Becca Kisley, Therapist - “Through therapy I strive to empower clients to feel safe to open up and work through whatever issues they may be struggling with. I work to understand where clients are coming from and provide the extra support they need. I have a passion for working with a diverse range of clients from elementary school aged children all the way to adults with various presenting concerns. I particularly enjoy working with adolescent males and females. I believe in considering issues from a holistic perspective to inspire positive change.” 
                  Patti Wagner, Therapist - “As a counselor, I provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for clients to share their struggles and challenges in life. My goal is to empower clients, help them build new strengths and abilities as well as uncovering the skills and strengths they already have to grow and succeed. I enjoy working with children as well as adults, I believe by providing a supportive, yet collaborative effort clients are able to recognize the part they play in their success.
Milwaukee Athletic Club - Brave's Room
Oct 10, 2017 
5:45 PM – 7:00 PM
PROGRAMMING IN KENYA - Help at the Run/Walk
Need not be a Rotarian to volunteer - Saturday, October 14

Carrie Watkins Reichartz is asking the Amigos to volunteer to help out with her Run/Walk fund raiser for Kenya.

 Carrie founded "Infinitely More" to support a pregnancy crisis center that she developed and supports in Kenya.  The center provides shelter, food, education and healthcare.  Through proper education, "Infinitely More" reduces the number of abortions and baby abandonment that occurs each year along the coast of Kenya.  Go to  to learn more about this life saving organization.

Carrie is holding a run/walk fun raiser to support this work in Kenya.  She is asking Milwaukee Amigos, friends and family to help support this event by volunteering to help cover the course route.  The event is on October 14, 2017 and will held at the South Shore Park Pavilion, 2900 South Shore Drive, Milwaukee, WI.

Thank you for your support.


PLANT A TREE - Need not be a Rotarian to participate.  Tuesday, October 16 

Rotary on the Move at the Mequon Nature Preserve, 8200 W County Line Rd (just west of 76th Street). 

We will be planting trees.  Everything will be provided except for your strong back.  So, dig hole; insert tree; add back some dirt. 

There will be two shifts; 9:00 am to 12:00pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  The reason for the gap in the middle is we will be having a BBQ lunch at noon.

This is part of the Rotary initiative to plant a tree for every Rotarian.  This initiative is being organized by the Rotary Club of Milwaukee North Shore and will be joined by the Mequon/Thiensville Rotary Club and the Amigos de Milwaukee After Hours Rotary Club.


Reply to Jerry Gold at to sign up for one or both of the tree planting shifts.  Several Amigos Rotarians are already signed up.  Will we see you there?