2019 Celebration of Recovery

Serenity Inn opened its door to residents on Easter Monday, April 12th, 2004, a fitting beginning for addicted men looking for a new life just after the Christian observance of Christ’s resurrection! On that April day, the staff began following the mission of the organization as it does today, 15 years later: To provide structured housing and rehabilitative services in an environment of support and accountability that will give addicted men the opportunity to rebuild their lives.

May 9th marks the 9th Annual Celebration of Recovery. Please consider joining us at the Italian Community Center to help us celebrate. Highlights of the evening include messages from a resident and a graduate (designated the Alumnus of the Year), a silent auction, a 50/50 raffle, a great meal from the Bartolotta kitchen, and special recognition of Fox Point Lutheran Church as Community Partner of the Year! Mike Strehlow of Channel 58 will again be the Master of Ceremonies.

What can you do?

➢ ATTEND on Thursday, May 9th. The cost is $85 per person. For a $2500 donation, you become part of the HOST COMMITTEE and host a table for 8. For a $5,000 donation, you become an EVENT SPONSOR and host 2 tables. Invitations will be mailed in early March.

➢ PURCHASE DINNER FOR A RESIDENT OR A GRADUATE.

➢ DONATE AN ITEM FOR THE SILENT AUCTION

For more information, to request an invitation, or to make a silent auction donation, contact Lorraine Buehler at lcbuehler@cs.com, 414-964-8933.


2016 Celebration of Recovery Photo Gallery

The 6th Annual Celebration of Recovery was a huge success! Thank you all for coming out and support Serenity Inns. Please see a few pictures from the event.

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5th Annual Celebration of Recovery

 

 

The 5th Annual Celebration of Recovery at the Italian Community Center on Thursday, April 23 was the biggest and the best yet. Two hundred friends of Serenity Inns enjoyed dinner, fellowship, a silent auction, music, and a message from the Honorable Martin Joseph Donald about his role as the first drug court judge in Milwaukee County.

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