Posts Tagged: whit

ATTIC ANGEL SUPPORTS PLAY AS THEIR 130TH BIRTHDAY GIFT TO THE COMMUNITY

Guests:  Mary Ann Drescher, president/CEO, Attic Angel Community; Anne Dorne, Vice Chair, Attic Angel Association; Abbi Kruse, Executive Director, The Playing Field… Since its inception in 1889, when the two Bryant sisters scavenged through their attic to find clothing and other items for needy children, the Attic Angel Association has remained committed to their mission… Read more »

UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS OF LIFE FROM AN ENGINEER’S PERSPECTIVE

Guest:  Robert Brust, engineer and author… An analytical mind combined with an insatiable curiosity and sense of wonderment best describes Robert Brust, author of the new book, Human Understanding: An Engineer’s Analysis of Life: Getting to the Basics.  In his attempt to answer the question, “Do you really know why you think the way you… Read more »

IN LEAGUE WITH JOY CARDIN AND FRIENDS

Guest:  Joy Cardin, former Wisconsin Public Radio Host; Board member, League of Women Voters of Wisconsin What happens when a well-known radio host retires? Joy Cardin, former Wisconsin Public Radio Host, has found a new home with the League of Women Voters where she now serves on the Board of the League of Women Voters… Read more »

TEEING OFF TO SUPPORT ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH AND PATIENT CARE

Guests:  Steve Ramig, Sr. Dir. of Development, UW Initiative to End Alzheimer’s; Will Clifton, UW Research Participant, Caregiver, Advisory Board, IEA “Birdies for Health” – that is the charity arm of this year’s American Family Insurance Championship Golf Tournament, June 21-23, at University Ridge. In partnership with UW Health and the UW School of Medicine… Read more »

WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE TURNS 100

Guest:  Simone Munson, Wisconsin Historical Society While women today take for granted their right to vote, that wasn’t always the case. The 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote, wasn’t passed and ratified until 1919. And it wasn’t easy or quick. Women’s rights groups had been working to accomplish this since 1846. Wisconsin was… Read more »