310 Bluff Avenue, Sheboygan, 10:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M.
In the Spirit of the Women’s March some persistent women
invite you to observe March – Women’s History Month
The Granny Caucus has organized this second annual educational luncheon to ensure that all citizens (women and men) become more educated about the impact of financial issues and voting on local public education.
Local experts will be part of a panel discussion on public school funding formulas and the impact of vouchers. We will then take a break to enjoy a lovely lunch created by Diane Trester of Wild Carrot Cuisine. After lunch The Raging Grannies will entertain us with some humorous and educational songs. To conclude our event Citizen Action of Wisconsin will present some information about Fair Maps and its impact on Sheboygan County.
10:30 – Registration
11:00 – Panel Discussion on Local Public Education Funding Formulas and the Impact of Voucher.
11:45 – Luncheon
12:30 – The Raging Grannies
12:45 – Presentation on Fair Maps by Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
Three options for reservations (RSVP by Tuesday, March 5th):
1) Private Message Maeve Quinn and let her know you would like to register. You can pay the $8 for the luncheon at the door.
2) Email Maeve Quinn (firstname.lastname@example.org) and pay $8 at registration.
3) Call Janet Ross (452-2130) and pay $8 at registration.
*Photo is of Janet Ross and her granddaughter Chloe Bohn at last year’s successful luncheon.