I am a husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend. I believe in sharing my talents and experiences by giving back to the community by giving my time to coaching, church and especially to the disability community. I truly believe that all men and women are created equally.
Governor Scott Walker has declared February “Better Together” month in recognition of the contributions people with disabilities bring to Wisconsin communities.
From the Cudahy Town Hall Facebook Page
Please join us Tuesday, Feb. 11th at 6:30pm in the Cudahy Middle School lecture hall for a Cudahy School Board Candidate Forum. This is your opportunity to hear from the candidates and get your questions answered before the primary election a week later. Four of the five candidates will be participating. Spread the word!
There comes a point in time when something looks good on paper, but in reality it is a terrible idea and it comes time to re-evaluate that original decision.
Take Simon Properties decision to move a bus stop that dropped you off on the curb, near an entrance to Southridge Mall, 1000 feet and through the parking lot to get to the stores. It is time to realize this is a terrible idea and it is time to allow the buses to return to dropping off employees and shoppers where it is convenient for them, isn’t that what most of the merchants are preaching to their employees, customer service? In this case, it doesn’t seem like Simon Properties cares about those people who ride the bus.
What a great turnout for the screening of Around the Corner. It was standing room only in the banquet area at Joe's K-Ranch. The food was excellent as always and it was great to see so many people come out on a snowy night.
The preview was outstanding.
Nativity of the Lord Parish is hosting a Spaghetti Dinner and Craft/Vendor Fair on Saturday February 22 from 4:00 to 7:00. Catering by That’s Amore, meatballs & sauce, salad, garlic bread, coffee, milk and 1 dessert with each meal. Additional beverages, desserts, pull tabs and raffles will be available for purchase.
Adults $8.00 Children (4-10) $4.00 Children 3 and under Free
I talk often about the importance of an inclusive community. Here is the story of Logan and his family working to bring an all accessible playground to St Francis. To keep up to date on the project, I would suggest liking the St. Francis All Abilities Playground Facebook page.
I had the pleasure of meeting Logan’s mother, Jocelyn, last year at Disability Advocacy Day in Madison. I had the honor meeting Logan last summer during the Cudahy St Francis Little Baseball Association season as Logan participated in the Challenger Division. I am always willing to assist a family looking to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities, probably even more so when it is in our local community.
Meet with Your Legislators and Advocate for Disability Issues!
Register now for Disability Advocacy Day 2014! Last year, more than 400 people from around Wisconsin met with their legislators and advocated for important disability issues. Participate in this year’s event and have your voice heard!