PRESIDENT'S CORNER

Presidents Corner

NOVEMBER ….cold, windy, grey. I don’t like any of those. Give me sun, heat and humidity anytime. But we live in Milwaukee so…..what can we do? We can stay busy with Fun GAMMA activities.

ANNUAL MEETING! Please join us on November 3rd at Saint Francis Brewery for our 40th anniversary Annual Meeting. This is always a wonderful night to enjoy good food, great conversation and to learn about GAMMA’s accomplishments over this past year. So you might say, educational. Call Roger Kocher NOW to RSVP…..before it is too late!

This month we have a GAMMA OUT AT THE THEATER Double Bill. The first is Sunday, November 18, at Inspiration Studio Village Players for a 2 pm matinee performance of “Night Watch”, a thriller full of suspense-ful twists and turns, leaving you guessing until the final, breath-stopping reveal. Tickets are $15. Call Inspira-tion Studios or Erico, Now!

On Sunday, November 25, GAMMA is OUT at the Boulevard Theatre for a dramatic reading of Terrance McNally’s “Mothers and Sons”. Tickets are available at the door. Please tell the box office staff you’re with “GAMMA” for the special $10 ticket. See the separate article for details and contact Bim to RSVP. Hope to see you there – at either, or at both!

This year we will be supporting a new charity, COURAGE MKE. COURAGE MKE raises funds and aware-ness for LGBTQ+ youth In Milwaukee to ensure they have the skills and resources needed to grow into success-ful leaders in their communities. They need just about anything because they just purchased a home on the South Side to provide housing for homeless LGBTQ youth. For the Holiday Party bring items like sundries, toiletries, pairs of socks, gloves, hats, gloves, or food. You get the idea, almost anything you can think of. And, of course, money always helps with the mortgage. I will tell you more in the near future. Check their “needs” website page: https://www.couragemke.org/copy-of-courage-house-info

Have a wonderful and HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Be Kind ... We all have a story to tell.

Thanks again,

BIM