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Event details:
Date: Friday, October 20
Place: Northcentral Technical College Cafeteria, 1000 West Campus Drive, Wausau, WI
Time: Doors open at 6 p.m., food, refreshments, music
Program begins 6:30 p.m.

A time to step back, evaluate and move ahead to the next steps will be the focus of a celebration October 20 for the project known as β€œToward One Wausau.”

“Toward One Wausau: Culmination, Evaluation and Celebration” will look back at over a year of information gathering – including surveys, outreach to community and government officials and many community dialogues. The project is ready to announce key takeaways, discuss action steps going forward and celebrate a diverse Wausau.

The free event, at Northcentral Technical College Cafeteria, is open to the public, and will be a mix of ethnic food, musical entertainment by local groups and some specific ways to increase unity and diversity among all groups in the Wausau area. Click here for a short video on Toward One Wausau.

β€œThe celebration will offer a relaxed, fun experience for everyone, while at the same time provide concrete examples of action plans to help bring together people of different backgrounds,” said Eric Giordano, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service director and one of the original sponsors of the project.

To reserve your spot for the event go to: www.wipps.org/tow

Event details:
Date: Friday, October 20
Place: Northcentral Technical College Cafeteria, 1000 West Campus Drive, Wausau, WI
Time: Doors open at 6 p.m., food, refreshments, music
Program begins 6:30 p.m.
Special musical performance by David Deon and the Soul Inspirations, featuring Chris Norfleet

Program sponsors: WIPPS, Wausau Daily Herald, Wisconsin Public Radio, B.A. Esther Greenheck Foundation, Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin and Wisconsin Humanities Council (WHC). Note that the WHC grant includes funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities – any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this project do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The WHC supports and creates programs that use history, culture and discussion to strengthen community life for everyone in Wisconsin.

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