Past info below - not currently happening due to COVID precautions. It is important that our Members of Congress hear from us and writing a personal letter is a great way to make that connection. Writing letters in good company can be more fun and interesting than writing on your own. So ... Come join us for our next letter writing session! Usually the third Saturday of the month at 10:30 am at Lakeside Street Coffee House - 402 W. Lakeside Street, Madison. Dan Slick is the gracious detail coordinator for this activity. If you can let him know you are coming that is helpful for planning. (If the button below does not take you directly to your email you may right click the button and select - copy email address and then paste it into your email.)
Special Guest Ray Sinclair Joins in Letter Writing on April 29th
Alaskan CCLer Ray Sinclair, age 70, is biking cross country in time (he hopes) to join the 8th annual CCL conference in D.C., June 11-13. It’s an ambitious schedule: he calculates he’ll need to cover 45-50 miles most days in order to make it. While in Madison he joined us for a letter writing session. May the wind be always at your back, Ray!
Pictured clockwise around the table are the April 29th letter writers Ray Sinclair, Linda Farmer, Dan Slick, Carrie Scherpelz, Craig Thompson, Steve Lewis, and Tom Sinclair. Marnie Schulenburg was the photographer.
This picture includes Marnie Schulenberg, who wrote text, had the idea and took pictures for this web page. Thanks Marnie!