Opportunities Coming up to Make Your Voice Heard!

Milwaukee County Department on Aging
Aging Area Plan

Public Input Sessions

Monday, April 30th
1:30 - 3:30 PM
Wilson Park Senior Center
2601 W. Howard Avenue


Tuesday, May 22nd
9:30 - 11:00 AM
Clinton Rose Senior Center

3045 N. Dr. MLK Drive

Milwaukee County Department on Aging is creating their 2019-2021 Area Plan. This plan will define the Department on Aging’s goals for the next three years. Your input is important. Help direct the work done serving older adults.

We need people to attend this meeting and talk about senior centers, home delivered meals and senior advocacy.



They want to hear from us!

Download a pdf of the LPS positions on Senior issues.

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Download a pdf of the flyer.
You do not need to register for these events.

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Aging Advocacy Day
Wednesday, May 16th
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bethel Lutheran Church
312 Wisconsin Avenue,
Madison & the State Capitol

Become educated about the issues of importance to older adults. Learn new skills and take WAAN’s message on policy issues directly to your legislators.

For this event you do need to register.
To register online click here.
or Click the button below to download a pdf of the registration form.

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The County Grounds Coalition
invites you to an

EARTH DAY FORUM

with Spencer Black
National Vice President, Sierra Club
speaking on
The state of our environment
and the 2018 election

10am-Noon • Saturday • April 21
Firefly Room • Wauwatosa Public Library
North Avenue & 76th Street

Download a pdf of the flier.

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Sign Our Petition!

Our local democracy is under attack. County Executive Chris Abele is using his vast wealth to undermine our local election process. Since January 1, 2018, he has poured $379,486.84 into campaigns to unseat four County Board Supervisors who have opposed him on County budget and policy issues including the wheel tax, pay to park, senior center and emergency shelter funding.

Abele is using a sham organization called Leadership MKE to hide how much money he personally is throwing at these campaigns. Nearly all of the money spent has gone to out of state printing, advertising, and mailing firms. Thanks to the WI Campaign Finance Information System, we know exactly where the dollars are going!

Supervisor campaigns typically cost $5,000 to $25,000. In the four campaigns targeted, Abele has spent an average of $94,871.71 so far! Chris Abele is trying to BUY a County Board that will always agree with him. It's time to say NO to big money in local elections. Tell Chris Abele to keep his millions out of our elections!

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