Traditional Program News

Silver Lake College Receives Music Grant from Green Bay Packers Foundation

Posted on January 02 2014

Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is honored to be among a select group of organizations to be awarded grants by the Green Bay Packers Foundation, presented at a luncheon in the Lambeau Field Atrium on Tuesday, December 17th. Accepting the award on behalf of the College was President Chris E. Domes, accompanied by his wife, Mary Domes. The grant will be used for materials and equipment in the College’s music program, housed in the new Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance, which was dedicated in early October.

In a recent press release, the Green Bay Packers Foundation announced that it had awarded $500,000 in grants to 188 civic and charitable groups throughout the state of Wisconsin. The number of recipient organizations and the total donation amount are records for the Foundation. The announcement was made by Charlie Lieb, chairman of the Foundation committee. "We’re honored to congratulate and thank this year’s recipients for their excellent work in our communities,” Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy said at the event. "Their efforts inspire us and truly provide a positive impact.”

Silver Lake College is a private, not-for-profit, four-year liberal arts college in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, built on the Franciscan Catholic Tradition, and sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity. Traditional residential undergraduate, adult education, graduate, and community programs are offered. The Silver Lake College Music Program is known internationally for excellence in music education, and was the first in the nation to offer an undergraduate program with emphasis in the acclaimed Kodály method for childhood music education. In addition to its comprehensive bachelor’s and master’s programs in music education, the College will begin offering a bachelor’s degree in music performance and pedagogy beginning Fall 2014. Academic program information is available at or by calling the Office of Admissions at 920-686-6175.