August – September 2014
Meta House Named a Charitable Partner of the 10th Annual Milwaukee Masterpiece
Meta House is pleased to be a charitable partner of the 2014 Milwaukee Masterpiece. Veterans Park in Milwaukee will be filled with automotive works of art as the 10th annual Milwaukee Masterpiece unfolds on the lakefront Aug. 23 – 24, 2014. The two-day event will be a feast for the eyes of car, motorcycle and truck lovers of all ages. On both Saturday and Sunday the show field will be filled with an amazing variety of foreign, domestic, antique, rare, classic, original and restored two- and four-wheeled vehicles.
The Milwaukee Masterpiece weekend includes Club Saturday At The M, Aug. 23 when individuals and members of car and motorcycle clubs will display their favorite vehicles, the Style & Speed Social on Saturday evening and The Milwaukee Masterpiece Concours d’Elegance, on Sunday, Aug. 24, a dazzling display of vehicles that willcompete for awards. From Ferraris to Volkswagens, Porsches to Corvettes, Pontiac GTOs to Packards and more. Each of the 250 cars on display will personify The Milwaukee Masterpiece at its best!
The Masterpiece Ltd. is organized and operated exclusively to support other public charities including but not limited to those operating in southeastern Wisconsin which provide medical and social service care and relief to underprivileged children and families through various motor vehicle-related fundraising events.
Help support Meta House and the other charitable partners of the Masterpiece!
Join us this Recovery Month for Meta Moments – Trauma and Addiction: Ending the Cycle.
91% of Meta House clients have experienced histories of trauma. Many have come to their addiction by using substances to mask the excruciating memories of their past. Learn how Meta House integrates trauma-informed care into our unique substance abuse treatment program.
“The Seeking Safety group helps me learn that there is a way to deal with stress, pain, guilt and shame. Using (substances) used to be the only way to cope with what I’ve been through. Now, I’m learning how to cope with those feelings differently. When I’m in a hard situation and those feelings start to come up, I recall my coping skills. They help me stay clean and to do with life on life’s terms.” -Tina, Meta House graduate
This free event is not a fundraiser and is open to the public. Lunch is provided.
RSVPs appreciated. Please contact Amy Gabrielson at (414) 977-5807 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meta House’s mission is to end the generational cycle of addiction by healing women and strengthening families.