Young Professionals Night Out
Join us for our first Young Professionals Night Out: an open networking style event for young professionals. Made specially for young adults looking to have a fun and care free networking experience and for those looking to get their feet wet in the networking world. Each of these events will be held at different establishments in the Waukesha area with each event offering a little extra flare.
Lunch 'n' Learn:Excel Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts
In this session you’ll learn tips and tricks from Jennifer Buchholz of Excel and Flourish to help you save time with basic shortcuts, get better data results with sorting and filtering, and even automate tasks with macros. Bring your own computer for a hands-on experience, otherwise sit back and watch the demo. Specific questions are encouraged.
Jennifer is an MS Office Specialist – Master level. She helps organizations and teams leverage MS Office to reduce frustration, improve productivity and get better data to make better decisions.
Free for members
$10 for non-members
Space is limited. Please register today.
Lunch will not be provided, but can be purchased on site.
Coffee with the Common Council
Join the CWCC and Alderman Joe Pieper of Waukesha's 4th District for our April 10, 2018 Coffee with the Common Council event. At this month's event Alderman Pieper will be discussing the new baseball stadium proposal, the budgetary process and
Coffee with the Common Council is a monthly event where the community has the opportunity to meet your local government officials and to ask them questions or raise concerns about what is happening where you live and work. The forum will also provide the Alderman to address what they are working on and how to best serve their district.
Coffee will be provided.
There is a limited amount of space so please RSVP early.
Know Your Numbers: High Cholesterol - Community H
Summit Community Health Beat
Know Your Numbers: High Cholesterol
Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States. Each year, more than one million Americans have heart attacks and 1/2 million die from heart disease. The higher your cholesterol, the greater your risk for developing heart disease or having a heart attack. High Cholesterol does not cause any symptoms, that's why it is important to know your numbers and take control.
Megan Reid, APNP with Aurora Medical Center Summit's cardiology department will help you understand what cholesterol is and provide current management techniques including nutrition, exercise and statins.
Registration is required by phoning: 888-863-5502 or contact:
Trish Golden at 262-434-1248, trish.golden@