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.
I have been asked by a couple of people if I was planning on running for County Supervisor and I thought it important to be sure that the message being shared is accurate coming from me.
For just the second time, and first since 1999, the Cudahy Bulldogs will be competing in the AAYFL Championship game. The game is scheduled for Saturday November 7, 2:00 at Wauwatosa West HIgh school. The opponent will be Wauwatosa East.
From the Wisconsin Long-Term Care Coalition.
All around us, All Abilities Playgrounds are popping up. It is time for one to come to the South Shore. Here is the story of a passionate group of parents who are working to make that happen.
Now that the dust has settled on a State budget that leaves a lot to be desired, it is time to turn our attention to what can we do next. Besides remaining in contact with your State legislator to continue to remind them of your concerns surrounding the proposals to long-term care, we can gear up for the next election. If nothing else, the disability community had a strong voice in this past State budget process. I was told by a number of people in the Capitol that the disability community had such a strong voice, they are a group that needs to be recognized come election time.