When Ken Martin and Bev Priefer met on a blind date, they discovered they had a common interest in helping others; an interest that continues into retirement in the form of volunteerism. Ken and Bev both had active working lives. Ken worked in varying positions at American Family Insurance and Bev spent many years in … Continue reading Paying it forward: Ken Martin and Bev Priefer
By Blog Coordinator Meghan Randolph It was a crisp fall afternoon when I pulled up to an apartment building on Madison's west side, not knowing that once I stepped through the doors, I'd be traveling all over the world! Mary Lathrop has been a SAIL Member for several years. She greeted me warmly at the … Continue reading Traveling the World with Mary Lathrop
By SAIL Member Christine Klotz SAIL has a new Be Prepared workgroup focused on preparing guidelines to help SAIL members get prepared for life’s emergencies. The group is focusing on the times when you leave your home in an urgent or unplanned way on short notice -- or none at all. The objective of this … Continue reading Be Prepared: How this applies to hospital visits
Sandra Keil, daughter of SAIL member Maria Cristina, was recently kind enough to raise $120 through a charity grilling event, an amount which will be matched by her employer, GE. Sandra also shared a lovely story about what SAIL means to her and her family: "I moved to the USA 20 years ago, I came … Continue reading SAIL Member Story-Maria Cristina
SAIL member Chris Klotz and her new book were featured in last month's Waunakee Tribune! Click here to read the article. Chris, a SAIL council member and leader of the SAIL Communications Team is the author of All-In Caregiving. This book helps to give aging adults 'the life they want to live' and is sure to be … Continue reading SAIL member in the news!