WBCS~25th Anniversary This month, our spotlight is on the 2006 showhouse of Jenifer and Joe Tate. Located on North Lake Drive, this classic Georgian Revival…
This month’s feature in the year-long series marking the 25th Anniversary of the founding of WBCS, Inc. is the 2004 Showhouse for a Cure, the seventh annual WBCS Showhouse. The stunning home of Suzanne Spenner-Hupy, Michael Hupy and their children, it provided a magnificent Lake Michigan setting and beautiful architecture to inspire both the 2004 Showhouse designers and the visiting public.
Experts say philanthropy kickstarts novel cancer research that leads to cures. Started as the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse in 1998, WBCS, Inc. is marking 25 years as a 501(c)(3) all-volunteer charitable organization with a mission to advance breast cancer and prostate cancer research. To date, WBCS has had a $117.74 million research impact to defeat these common and still deadly diseases.
Twenty-five years of breast cancer and prostate cancer research fundraising with Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse!