Lively Issues Luncheon 2015

Annual Lively Issues Luncheon and Public Forum

Restorative Justice graphic - Creative Commons Ctr for Restorative Youth JusticeSaturday, January 17, 2015

11:30 am: Registration & Social Gathering
12 noon: Luncheon
Program to follow

Marriage Equality in Wisconsin:
Are We There Yet?

Tamara Packard
Partner at Cullen, Weston, Pines, & Bach
Adjunct Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School

Inntowner, 2424 University Avenue—free parking

Save the date! Reservation form with meal preference will be posted in December.

November 4 Election Results

Unofficial canvass results from the November 4 election in Dane County can be viewed on the Dane County Clerk's website.

Statewide election results can be viewed at WisconsinVote.org.

November Issues Forum

The public is invited to join us for our monthly issues forum
 Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 7 pm

Madison School District's Four-Year-Old Kindergarten: A Progress Report

Scott Zimmerman, Director, Department of Early & Extended Learning, MMSD*
Macy Buhler, 4K teacher, Sandburg Elementary School, MMSD
Sarah Dill, Director, Meeting House Nursery School

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Study materials    Flyer to post

The Capitol Lakes Grand Hall, 333 West Main Street in Downtown Madison.
Free parking in the ramp across the street. Have your parking ticket validated as you leave the event.

*Madison Metropolitan School District

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Tax-deductible contributions can be made to the League of Women Voters of Dane County. Please mail or deliver to our office at 2712 Marshall Court, Madison, WI 53705. Or Donate through PayPal using your PayPal account or credit card.

Thank you for your support!

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Dane County Government

LWVDC announces the release of the second edition of its publication Dane County Government: Services and Organizational Structure.  This document is the result of months of hard work by League members and friends, especially Mary Bean, Carol Dutton, Kathleen Fullin, Clare McArdle, Pam Rewey, and Dorothy Wheeler, with help from Kris Frater, Diane Larson, and Maddy Smilowitz. We invite you to read it and learn about your county government!

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