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  • Visit to Agape 

  • Trick or Treat Dates and Times

  • Love of Nature Runs Deep

  • Drug Take Back Day

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Ron's Recap: October 25, 2019  

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The 2019-2020 edition of the Wisconsin Blue Book has arrived! If you would like your very own copy of the 2019-2020 Blue Book, please call my office at (608) 266-5831 or email me at Rep.Tusler@legis.wi.gov. Blue Books are limited to one per constituent as long as supplies last. 

 Visit to Agape in Appleton 

Earlier this session, I visited Agape of Appleton, Inc.. If you do not already know, Agape provides quality residential support services for individuals with disabilities in a variety of community settings.

I was impressed with the efforts Agape makes to provide its residents with a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable place to live. Agape goes to great lengths to ensuring individuals are treated with dignity and respect, and are conscious of their legal, treatment, and personal rights.

Thank you to the staff at Agape for taking the time to talk with me about the care Agape offers and for showing me around one of the Agape homes. Click here to watch a brief video from my visit. 


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  Trick or Treat Dates and Times


Saturday, October 26th 

 - Sherwood: 12pm – 2pm 

Sunday, October 27th 

 - Hilbert: 2pm – 4pm 

Thursday, October 31st 

 - Appleton: 4pm – 8pm

 - Brillion: 5pm – 7pm

 - Buchanan: 4pm – 7pm

 - Combined Locks: 5pm – 7pm 

 - Harrison: 4pm – 7pm

 - Kaukauna: 4pm – 7pm

 - Kimberly: 5pm – 8 pm

 - Little Chute: 5pm – 8pm

 - Menasha: 4pm – 7pm

 - Stockbridge: 5pm – 7pm


A complete list can be found here.  


Below are safety tips to keep in mind while Trick or Treating: 

  • Never go alone — Children under the age of 12 should always have an adult with them. Children over the age of 12 should walk in groups or with a trusted adult. Trick-or-treaters should only go to well-lit homes and never accept rides from strangers.
  • Make yourself seen — If walking around after dark, everyone in your group should have a flashlight or light stick with them while walking. Add reflective tape to costumes and bags to help drivers see you while walking along darkened streets.
  • Check treats before eating — An adult should inspect all candy and other treats for tampering, choking hazards and potential allergens. Do not eat homemade treats made by strangers.

Love of Nature Runs Deep 

Gordon Bubolz is my great-grandfather and a former Wisconsin State Senator. I am very proud of his legacy and his love for Wisconsin.
This is why last session, the first bill I got signed into law was the Parks Revitalization Act (2017 Act 71). In addition, this session I introduced AB 190/SB169, which will promote wetland mitigation, especially in areas where the ecological benefits of wetlands are most needed. Find more information about the bill by clicking here. 


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Drug Take Back Day

Drug Take Back Day provides a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the community about the potential abuse and consequences of improper storage and disposal of these medications.

Remember that unused or expired medicine should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all of them, and trace amounts of pharmaceuticals are showing up in rivers and lakes.

 To find a location near you click here. 

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