After spending almost four months in the hospital, Carmen Lerma was discharged with a new set of lungs and is now breathing on her own.
This week on Urban Spelunking, we’ve got an update to a story we first talked about last October. The former Koeffler/Baumgarten family mansion, a unique 1898 side-by-side home, has been converted to a small-scale boutique hotel on the East Side of Milwaukee.
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Since Haynes posted the video, others have posted their own double-dutch videos along with questions such as, “What happened to double-dutch?” “What happened to playing outside?” and “What happened to kids being kids?”
The coordinator then delivers it to the family, who then decide if they would like to meet Carmen and maintain a relationship.
By day Ebony Haynes, 27, is the program coordinator of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, working specifically in girls leadership programming. By night Haynes is the CEO of her own program, called Double Dutch to Dreams.
Dorn noted that the program gives girls who have exhibited dangerous or criminal behaviors exposure to Haynes, a community member who models leadership and self-esteem.
The conversation around the COVID-19 pandemic is a difficult subject to address with your kids and can result in a lot of fear or confusion. Adding Milwaukee’s mask ordinance, stating that under law everyone over the age of three is required to wear face-covering in public, doesn’t make that conversation any easier. Kids have a lot of questions and we have the answers.
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"This is no joke. Make sure you wear your mask. Make sure you keep your distance, and I'll continue to advocate that all the time."
"This is per the doctors, they need to get tested for COVID and they have to be negative. And even so, I still have to wear my mask and they still have to wear their mask as long as they're around me."
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Even if you’re not sick, it can help you stay healthy in case you get sick. Sometimes you might be sick without feeling any symptoms, that’s called being asymptomatic.