Happy Wednesday, and enjoy our last 80 degree day; no worries, though...temps are only supposed to 'plummet' into the 60s afterward.
Make good on that aging new year's resolution and do a little good for others as well! Bring in a bag of groceries OR a $30 check made out to the Muskego Food Pantry, and Curves will waive their enrollment fee. Last year, the Muskego Curvettes donated 3,514 pounds of nonperishable food items and household goods to the Muskego Food Pantry. This year's goal: two tons! Call 262-971-1214 to make your appointment before this event ends at noon on Saturday, March 31.
'Quiet' acts of kindness and outreach from the workout facility have made a difference to many in and around Muskego
Gail Levin is the force of nature behind the Muskego Curves facility, and for the past 11 years, she's quietly helped to inspire and organize members in donating food and gifts to our communities. "We are not a religious organization, but nonetheless spiritual and giving in nature," Levin said. "Around Thanksgiving time each year, the Curvettes begin asking, 'Will you have ornaments with names and ages on the giving tree again this year?' And if I don’t react fast enough, they are quick to follow up with, 'When will you have the ornaments . . .?'" Levin and her 'Curvettes' gathered gifts for Waukesha homeless shelter residents. This year, they supplied about 20 beautifully wrapped gifts to the Siena House, after they were given a list of…