December 2016 LWVGGB Newsletter
December 12 5:00 PM LWVGGB Board Meeting City Building Room 310
December 12 6:30 PM Immigration Network Meets Ken De Groot Hall - St. Willy's
December 13 9:30 AM Health Care Committee Meets 826 East River Drive, De Pere
December 14 4:30 PM Redistricting Committee Meets 401 Arrowhead Drive, Allouez
December 15 4:00 PM Education Committee Meets BC Central Library Board Room
January 14 10:30 AM Lively Issues! Save the Date Brown Co Central Library
KRESS FAMILY LIBRARY
LOWER LEVEL 333 N. BROADWAY, DE PERE
Rustle up the recipe for your favorite dish to pass and invite your friends and family to come along. Plan to enjoy time socializing and tasting the myriad of mouth-watering potluck selections.
Committee chairs will present a brief update on their committees' discussions and actions.
What fun League members and ISRD's had celebrating with Sally Sieber and CJ Peters' at the November Making Democracy Work award dinner. When Denis Rader introduced these two outstanding women he recognized their organizational skills. Working together there was no stopping them as they and their cadre of ISRD's registered over 1300 voters across Brown County. League sincerely thanks them for their diligent work.
See the article below for some interesting films which Citizen's Climate Lobby is showing this month.
Enjoy a wonderful holiday season with family and friends, Julie
Thanks also go to: LWVGGB whose members became the core of ISRD as well as our promoters; Brown County Public Library; liaisons at UWGB, NWTC, SNC; and municipal clerks, especially Green Bay's Kris Teske.
So everyone who is reading this, take a bow. Your names also deserve to be engraved on our lovely award.
Thank you. Sally Sieber and C. J. Peters, Co-leaders
The CCL chapter will also be hosting a screening of Merchants of Doubt (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8ii9zGFDtc) from 6:30 to 8:30 PM on December 15 in the Brown County Central Library auditorium, 515 Pine Street, Green Bay. This documentary, produced by Participant media and directed by Robert Kenner examines the role of pundits, scientist, government, and media in shaping public policies and perceptions regarding climate change and other issues. There will be a discussion after this free film.
Also, the Door County CCL, in collaboration with two Door County churches, is presenting Before the Flood, Leonardo DiCaprio's powerful new documentary about climate change, in Ephraim at 7 PM Wednesday, December 7, at 10341 Water St./Highway 42 (Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship).