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Community Youth Active in Madison


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*This group from Manitowoc discussed youth apprenticeship with me before heading up to testify.


    This week was particularly encouraging for me, as young people from our area came to the capitol to actively engage their legislators. Recently, children across the United States have become more vocal on issues that matter most to them. This sentiment held true in Wisconsin, as my office was visited by groups from Manitowoc Lincoln High School (above) and the Girl Scouts (below).

    The group from Manitowoc Lincoln visited Madison as part of the 4th Annual Youth Apprenticeship Day at the Capitol. Many high school students attended the meeting to provide information on their experiences with youth apprenticeship programs. After our meeting, the group testified before the Assembly Committee on Workforce Development to share their stories in another forum.

    The Girl Scouts also came as part of an advocacy day and had very insightful ideas about ways to improve our society. They touched on the importance of diversity, how to appreciate other cultures, necessary environmental protections, the direction of school funding, opportunities for women in STEM fields, and gun control. As current high school students, the Girl Scouts provided quality feedback on how well Wisconsin is serving its students and areas needing improvement.

    These children are our future. Hearing what they had to say about a variety of issues helps me serve them as their legislator. In Madison, we work on improving opportunities not only for our generation, but also for those that came before us and those that will be here long after we are gone. I am hopeful Wisconsin will continue in the right direction because of our youth's activism and look forward to working with children from my district to craft a better tomorrow.

    As always, if there is anything I can do to assist you, please contact me. You can share your thoughts, find out additional information on issues, or see where I stand on any legislation. I look forward to hearing from you and, as always, working for you.



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Representative Paul Tittl

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*Girl scouts from Chilton and Hilbert visited the capitol to voice their opinions on issues of the day.


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 Aurora Nurses in Madison

    Last week, about 130 nurses from Aurora Health Care visited the capitol, and a few of the attendees were from our community. As I visited with the nurses, I noticed one of them actually helped me after a procedure last year! Wisconsin ranks #1 in health care quality for a lot of reasons, but one way our state stands out is in the quality of providers. Dedicated professionals like these nurses make health care in Wisconsin a cut above the rest.

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Thanks for Stopping By!

      On Thursday, Frank Soltys stopped by my office to discuss some pressing issues. Frank is from Felician Village and shared his perspective on long-term care and challenges facing nursing homes. I appreciated our discussion and look forward to visiting Felician Village in the future.

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International Women's Day

    March 8th is considered International Women's Day, or the United Nations Day for Women's Rights and International Peace. Today we take a moment to recognize women in our communities and around the globe for their social, economic, cultural and political achievements.

    A few women in the Wisconsin Assembly made a video commemorating the day. I encourage you to listen to their comments by clicking the image above. These women have had a tremendous impact on the Assembly, sparking positive change for their district and the state. It is an honor to work with such driven individuals!


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  P.O. Box 8953
  Madison, WI 53708-8953
  Phone: 1-888-529-0025


What's Happening in
Community Events
  • Manitowoc was highlighted in Around The Corner with John McGivern. Take a look here! Manitowoc truly is a great place to be.
  • March is an ideal month to Learn to Hunt. For more information on spring turkey events, visit the DNR's webpage.
  • In mid-March, County Deer Advisory Councils (CDAC) will host their spring meetings to discuss the 2018 deer seasons. The Manitowoc CDAC is looking to fill two vacancies. If interested, contact Larry Bonde.
  • Tax season is upon us! Wisconsinites can use a free, fast and accurate online tool to file state income taxes: Wisconsin E-file. Contact the Dept. of Revenue with questions or to check on the status of your refund.
  • Do you know someone who is a high school sports super-fan? The Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show is searching for the most spirited prep sports fans in the state through the Sideline Selfie contest! The contest ends on April 27th, and winners will meet Aaron Rodgers! Learn more.
  • March is Music In Our Schools Month! Recently, I met with a music educator from my district who shared her perspective on the impact music has in our schools. This is a great time to celebrate high quality music education programs in our schools.
  • The "Help for the Homeless" hygiene drive runs through Mar. 11th. Find out where to donate here.
  • The Manitowoc Public Library is hosting Great Decisions 2018 each Monday night from 6-8 p.m. through March.
  • Manitowoc County Fairest of the Fair applications are now being accepted! The deadline is Mar. 15th.
  • There is an opportunity to hone developing reading skills by reading to certified therapy dogs at the Manitowoc Library on March 13th.
  • This Saturday, March 10th, the Gargoyles Hunting Club is hosting a brat fry at Meat's Opera Haus from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • The St. Nazianz Medical First Responders 29th Annual Fish Boil is set for Friday, March 9th from 3-7 p.m.
  • The Ledge View Nature Center is providing a program on backyard maple syruping on March 10th at 1 p.m.
  • The Rahr-West Museum is hosting a youth art series, with the Manitowoc Public School District featured until March 18th.
  • Kerry Ann Mendez will speak at the biennial Garden Talk at UW-Manitowoc on March 10th.
  • Also on Saturday, March 10th, there will be a Rummage-A-Rama at the Manitowoc County Expo!

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