I had a relaxing weekend at the Lake with family and friends. In between the boat rides, the swimming, the great food and the laughs, the talk was often about what we were reading, what we had read or what we would read if we didn’t have day jobs. When discussion turns to reading and books I’m generally in a good state of mind.
Solar Power! Congratulations to Jane Haasch and town officials for installing solar panels on the Dayton Township roof!
Why does Wisconsin make it so difficult to vote? There seems to be a double standard in the voting process. On the one hand, we have the state making it easier for felons and homeless citizens to vote by mainstreaming them in with the motor-voter program, and the absentee ballot voting program.
The other night I was enjoying the good company of 13 other women all sitting around a large, makeshift table having a discussion that never suffered a pregnant pause even though some of us barely knew each other and others of us were meeting for the first time.
On Wednesday, August 18th, merchants will present the Wau-King Art Tour, a showcase of local artists who will bring their work to about 20 shops and galleries in Waupaca and King. These stores will stay open on Wednesday the 18th until 8:00 p.m. This is one of the programs planned by the newly organized Retailers Roundtable to celebrate Mayor Brian Smith’s proclamation before the City Council in July, that August would be Arts Appreciation Month in Waupaca.