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The Next Chapter

Kathy has been Executive Director of Interfaith Senior Programs since 2001. A native of Wisconsin, she lives in Waukesha with her husband Jim Durnil, and has two sons. Kathy can be seen often at local libraries, book stores, coffee houses, and just all over Waukesha enjoying the local businesses.

Summer Reading

As a child, I spent hours at the Wauwatosa Public Library, reading and re-reading books.  During the summer months I loved participating in the reading programs that included logging hours of reading, and listing the books that I read.  

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What About Those Old Gardening Containers?

Now that spring seems to have actually arrived, many of us have purchased new annuals, hanging plants, and beautiful potted gardens.  Do you have any leftover plastic gardening containers?  No need to put them in the trash - they can be recycled! 

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Month of May is Older Americans Month

 According to the website www.HolidayInsights.com, the month of May is 

  • National Blood Pressure Month
  • National Barbeque Month
  • Date Your Mate Month
  • National Salad Month
  • and many many more

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Give Local!

 On May 6th 2014, from 12:00am to 11:59pm, Interfaith Senior Programs of Waukesha County will be participating in a nation-wide day of local giving through the Give Local America program. We are trying to get 50 people to donate towards providing rides for seniors and adults with disabilities to medical appointments and the grocery store in Waukesha County.  Any size donation can make a difference! You can help by donating to our organization through our giving day page:

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Next Chapter for unwanted drugs this Saturday - don't flush 'em!

The Waukesha Country Drug Free Coalition hosts a drive-through collection of unwanted medications and drugs each year. The collection involves four months of planning and 250 volunteers to run this one-day event.  You CAN bring prescription medications and over the counter medications, ointments, sprays, inhalers, creams, vials, herbals and pet medications.  Please do NOT bring any biohazardous materials, including sharps, mercury, household hazardous waste and personal hygiene products.

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