Election time is just around the corner, and we know you want to make your voice heard! In these ever-changing times, however, more options for voting have emerged. Being safe is very important when you go out to exercise your rights. Below, we've listed the ways you can vote in the 2020 election. Absentee/Mail-In Voting … Continue reading Your options for voting in 2020
By Blog Coordinator Meghan Randolph Wow! In fall of 2018 I started a blog for SAIL just to see if it would be a way of engaging members. Two years have gone by, and this is our 100th post! I've loved inviting other writers to contribute, finding great ideas and content for older adults, and, … Continue reading Happy 100th blog post!
Dr. Alexis Eastman SAILing into the future!, now in its third year, has been a hugely popular series with SAIL members! This array of workshops hosts experts from all over Wisconsin, providing tools necessary to think positively and proactively about the aging process. Feedback from our members has been absolutely fantastic, and our workshop leaders … Continue reading Five reasons to attend “Aging 101”
As we continue through this unprecedented year, I know I've been reflecting on the importance of diverse communities and how I can help. We all want to rebuild our communities to be safe and inclusive for Black people as well as Indigenous people and people of color.* *Black, Indigenous, and people of color as a … Continue reading Shopping at Black-owned businesses
Happy Labor Day weekend! We here at SAIL can't believe it's September! We are so grateful to our members, volunteers, and vendors for pivoting with us as we adjust to unprecedented times. We have lots of fun and interesting virtual activities planned for you in the coming months. Meanwhile, on today's blog, we've got an … Continue reading The important history of Labor Day