Wisconsin Daybook

Associated Press Wisconsin Daybook for Tuesday, Sep. 11.

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 7:30 AM Milwaukee County Remembers 9/11 event – Milwaukee County Remembers 9/11 event, with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and County Executive Chris Abele

Location: Milwaukee County War Memorial Center, 750 N Lincoln Memorial Dr, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: https://county.milwaukee.gov/

Contacts: Milwaukee County, rsvp@milwaukeecountywi.gov

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 8:15 AM Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy presents donations to five Wisconsin organizations

Location: Lambeau Field, 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI

Weblinks: http://www.packers.com, https://twitter.com/packers

Contacts: Katie Hermsen, Green Bay Packers, hermsenk@packers.com, 1 920 737 2154

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 12:00 PM Dem Sen. Tammy Baldwin hosts a roundtable discussion with Wisconsin hunters and sportsmen – Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin hosts a roundtable discussion with Wisconsin hunters and sportsmen, discussing the ‘importance of reauthorizing the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF)’ and the ‘importance of acting now to ensure that future generations will be able to carry on Wisconsin’s traditions of hunting, fishing and enjoying the great outdoors’

Location: Marathon Park, 1201 Stewart Ave, Wausau, WI

Weblinks: http://www.baldwin.senate.gov/, https://twitter.com/SenatorBaldwin

Contacts: Sen. Tammy Baldwin press, press@baldwin.senate.gov, 1 202 224 6225

Media interested in attending should e-mail press@baldwin.senate.gov

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 12:00 PM Green Bay Packers host youth outreach camp, with sessions aimed at tackling childhood obesity

Location: Syble Hopp School, 755 Scheuring Rd, De Pere, WI

Weblinks: http://www.packers.com, https://twitter.com/packers

Contacts: Katie Hermsen, Green Bay Packers, hermsenk@packers.com, 1 920 737 2154

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 5:30 PM Wisconsin state Sen. Jennifer Shilling and legislative Dems host Foxconn town hall – Wisconsin state Sen. Jennifer Shilling and legislative Dems host Foxconn town hall, to provide information and collect feedback from Wisconsin residents regarding Foxconn

Location: Onalaska High School, 700 Hilltopper Dr, Onalaska, WI

Weblinks: http://legis.wisconsin.gov

Contacts: Kate Constalie, Wisconsin State Legislature , kate.constalie@legis.wi.gov, 1 608 266 5490

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Wednesday, Sep. 12 8:00 AM Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce host Veterans Chamber Morning Formation – Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce host Veterans Chamber Morning Formation, featuring a panel of veteran financial advisors and planners discussing best practices for entrepreneurs and business owners to manage their personal and business finances. Speakers include The Starr Group Business Insurance Advisor Bryan Regnier, Robertson Ryan & Associates Vice President Eric Zauner, and Northwestern Mutual Financial Advisor Brett Heaton Juarez

Location: Ward 4, 313 N Plankinton Ave, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: http://www.wiveteranschamber.org/

Contacts: Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce, info@wiveteranschamber.org, 1 920 288 2646

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Wednesday, Sep. 12 9:00 AM MPS students receive donated school supplies – Milwaukee Public Schools students receive school supplies donated by area residents through the annual No Empty Backpacks School Supplies Drive

Location: Dr ML King Jr Elementary School, 3275 N 3rd St, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: https://radiomilwaukee.org/

Contacts: Jeff Bentoff, Radio Milwaukee, jeff@radiomilwaukee.org, 1 414) 465-8710

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Wednesday, Sep. 12 11:30 AM Milwaukee Press Club discussion on the #MeToo movement and sexual harassment – Milwaukee Press Club discussion on the #MeToo movement and sexual harassment. Panelists include TEMPO Milwaukee CEO and President Jennifer Dirks, Government Affairs MRA Human Resources Director Michael Hyatt, and Black Paint Partner and Creative Director Katie Mullen

Location: UWM Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, 1240 N 10th St, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: http://www.milwaukeepressclub.org/, https://twitter.com/mkepressclub

Contacts: Joette Richards, Milwaukee Press Club, admin@milwaukeepressclub.org, 1 262 894 2224

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Wednesday, Sep. 12 – Sunday, Sep. 16 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation 48th Annual Legislative Conference – Congressional Black Caucus Foundation 48th Annual Legislative Conference. Speakers include Democrats Sen. Cory Booker, and Reps. Alma Adams, Karen Bass, Joyce Beatty, Sanford Bishop, Lisa Rochester, Anthony Brown, G. K. Butterfield, Andre Carson, Yvette Clarke, Emanuel Cleaver, James Clyburn, Danny Davis, Val Demings, Dwight Evans, Marcia Fudge, Al Green, Alcee Hastings, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Hakeem Jeffries, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Hank Johnson, Brenda Lawrence, Al Lawson, Barbara Lee, Sheila Jackson Lee, Donald McEachin, Gregory Meeks, Gwen Moore, Donald Payne, Robert Scott, Terri Sewell, Bennie Thompson, Marc Veasey, Maxine Waters, and Frederica Wilson

Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mount Vernon Place Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.cbcfinc.org/alc, https://twitter.com/CBCFInc, #CBCFALC18

Contacts: Priscilla Clarke, Clarke PR, priscilla@clarkepr.com, 1 240 476 9643; Shrita Hernandez, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, shernandez@cbcfinc.org, 1 202 263 2800;

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Thursday, Sep. 13 2:00 PM GOP Rep. Paul Ryan delivers Reagan Institute inaugural address – House Speaker Paul Ryan delivers Reagan Institute’s inaugural address, followed by Q&A with National Review Editor in Chief Rich Lowry * The Ronald Reagan Institute is the Washington, DC, office of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation

Location: InterContinental The Willard Washington DC, 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.reaganfoundation.org, https://twitter.com/ronaldreagan40

Contacts: Margeaux Van Horn, The Pinkston Group, vanhorn@pinkstongroup.com

All media who wish to attend must RSVP to Margeaux Van Horn. Media who RSVP will receive additional logistical information closer to the event.

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Thursday, Sep. 13 5:00 PM Safe & Sound 20th Anniversary Gala, ‘A Night to Unite: Celebrating Neighborhood Champions’

Location: Italian Community Center, 631 E Chicago St, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: http://www.safesound.org/, https://twitter.com/SafeSoundInc

Contacts: Safe & Sound, 1 414 930 1758

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