Category Archives: Reflecting on Missions

New Shoots


A new letter from Mineral Street: Mineral Street Programs and Services, Inc. Cultivating healthy individuals, healthy families, for a healthy community. Offshoots July 2015 Dear Friends, My husband and I recently bought a house and moved back to Wisconsin. For … Continue reading

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Free to Donate Blood


A highpoint of my Independence Day was that I was able to give blood at the Blood Center of Wisconsin. I always feel good when I do that. Last year after having kidney surgery for kidney cancer, my surgeon said … Continue reading

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Lisa’s Offshoot


I am again sharing Offshoots Newsletter by Lisa Hernandez. Offshoots May 2015   Mineral Street Programs and Services, Inc. Cultivating healthy individuals, healthy families, for a healthy community. Offshoots May 2015 Dear Friends, Exciting news! As you know in the … Continue reading

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Imagine No Malaria Day


I raise funds for a number of good causes, and people may get tired of hearing from me. I get it! But here I go again: Dear friends and readers, On April 25, I will be walking to end malaria … Continue reading

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Another Offshoot


I am again sharing the newsletter of Mineral Street Programs and Services. Mineral Street Programs and Services, Inc. Cultivating healthy individuals, healthy families, for a healthy community.                  Offshoots                            April 2015 Dear Friends, The month of March we were able … Continue reading

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March Offshoots


I have meant to record Lisa’s newsletter about Mineral Street Programs and Services.   Here it is: We have exciting news! Morning Glory start(ed) partially running on March 14th. We are going to rent the pavilion at Clark Square Park … Continue reading

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On Feeding the Lonely Too


At one of the feeding programs where I serve regularly, a supporting church recently abandoned their support because we served individuals who did not seem to need support. The pastor there observed that some of our guests had shiny shoes, … Continue reading

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