Great Waters Group
- Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 20:03
2014 GWG Holiday Party and Fundraiser December 7
Join us for our annual GWG Holiday Party and Fundraiser on Sunday, December 7, 2014 at the Wil O Way Recreation Center in Wauwatosa. If you haven’t attended before, make this the year you check us out.
Doors open at 4 pm with drinks, snacks, and a silent auction. We will, as always, have many great auction items offered this year. We’ll sit down to a delicious, middle Eastern dinner at 5:30 pm, with vegetarian and non-vegetarian options and catered by Aladdin Deli. Afterward, relax to the evening’s musical entertainment by local/national group Nite n’ Day featuring Julie Thompson and Bobby Jiles. Nite n’ Day is a Milwaukee Rhythm & Blues band playing many of your Motown favorites and smooth jazz pieces.
The cost of this very enjoyable full evening is $25.00 per person.
If you can’t make the party, please consider sending a donation to help us continue our efforts in our 4-county area. Donations are not tax deductible.
Location: Underwood Wil O Way Recreation Center, 10602 W. Underwood Creek Parkway, Wauwatosa (located across from Hansen Golf Course - up the hill and into the woods)
When: Doors open at 4 pm; dinner at 5:30 pm
Check: Checks should be made payable to “Great Waters Group-SC” and sent to:
2130 N. 85 Street
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 00:56
Wisconsin Sierra Club’s annual Autumn Assembly – a success!
A warm and resounding THANK YOU to all of you who attended our Autumn Assembly this past weekend. The Great Waters Group was pleased to co-host the event for SC members throughout the state.
AND a grateful THANK YOU to all of you who volunteered to fill all those tasks that made the weekend a huge success!
Many of our members from around the state enjoyed our tour of Johnson Controls International’s Glendale Facility, the hike at Engel Conservation Area in Muskego, paddling on Phantom Lake, and the tour of Lulu Lake with a Nature Conservatory leader.
In addition to awards, an (indoor) campfire jam session, and a silent auction, the event also included presentations and talks about Waukesha's proposed Great Lakes water diversion, white nose syndrome and Wisconsin bats, tar sands threats to the Great Lakes, renewable energy, expanding transit, Penokee Hills geology, frac-sand mining, and dvd showings of "Wisconsin's Mining Standoff" and "Bag It."
About one hundred Sierra Club members enjoyed the weekend’s activities. Next year’s Autumn Assembly will be hosted by the Four Lakes Group and will happen somewhere in the Madison area – details later.
- Last Updated on Monday, 13 October 2014 19:04
Reminder of email address for GWG