October 2017 LWVGGB Newsletterer
October 9 5:00 PM LWVGGB Board Meets City Building Room 210
October 9 6:30 PM Migration Advocacy Meets Ken De Groot Hall - St. Willy's
October 10 9:30 AM Health Care Committee Meets 825 East River Drive #31, De Pere
October 18 6:00 PM Fair Maps Committee Meets City Building, Room 210
October 19 4:00 PM Education Committee Meets BC Library Board Room
October 25 5:30 PM LWVGGB Kickoff dinner with Speaker Michael Kraft October 28 LWVWI Issues Briefing, Madison Details TBA
November 9 3:00 PM LWVLMR Annual Meeting/Dinner at Hyatt with Lynn Utesch speaker
November 20 5:00 PM Title IV Anniversary Program w/ AAUW and YWCA in YWCA Baer Room
A special thank you to the members of the Education Committee and Chair Judy Crain, for organizing Turbocharge to inform our members and the public about an innovative education program in the GBAPS. Those present were extremely fortunate to hear the Turbocharge developers discuss the program and answer questions.
LWVWI Issues Briefing will be held in Madison on October 28. Check the LWVWI website for additional information and registration http://www.lwvwi.org/Home.aspx
Michael Kraft Emeritus Professor, UWGB
CIVILITY IN POLITICS
5:45 Social; 6:30 Dinner with Speaker to follow
Dinner Selections Honey Pecan Chicken: with Wild Rice Pilaf and Sweet Honey Carrots Veggie Alfredo: Creamy Alfredo Sauce over a bed of Fettuccine Pasta with a variety of colorful vegetables. Entree includes: Salad, Baked Rolls with Butter, Beverage, and Gratuity
Send your dinner choice along with a check for $24 made out to LWVGGB before October 18 to: LWVGGB, P.O. Box 1923 Green Bay, WI 54305-1923
The business meeting will be followed by a reception and dinner that evening. All League members and guests are invited!
Lynn Utesch of Midwest Environmental Advocates will speak about Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO's) impact on Lake Michigan.
The cost of the dinner is $32 (Attending the annual meeting is free). Register for either or both on our website
The LWV Lake Michigan Region is an Inter-League Organization made up of 50 local Leagues and the state Leagues of Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. With member Leagues in the watersheds of 4 of the Great Lakes, we advocate on national policies impacting the Great Lakes at the federal level and seek to assist state and local League advocacy on these matters.
Sue Todey who was the Title IX Coordinator for the Green Bay Area Public Schools will present a program on the history of Title IX in the Green Bay School System. She has recently attended training on implementing Title IX for transgender students and will also discuss these changes. Todey is retired and presently serves as a Door County school board member.