Tomah Chamber & Visitors Center Newsletter January Newsletter 2020 | Page 3

Welcome New Members! The Month at a Glance January Events 4 | Snowshoe for Beginners at Whitetail Ridge, 10am-11am 9 | AAUW Ribbon Cutting at Vino Anjo, 5pm The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls. Since its founding in 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political. 10 | Tomah American Legion Fish Fry, 5pm until gone! 11 | Cody Earl Band at The Break Room, 9pm 17 | Family Game Night at Tomah First United Methodist Church, 6pm 18 | Bingo-Palooza at Tomah Community Theatre, 7pm 18 | Brady Luke Band at The Break Room, 9pm 24 | Tomah American Legion Fish Fry, 5pm until gone! 30| Know the Ten Signs: Early Detection Matters at Tomah Health, 1pm Please see our events calendar at All Things Amish & More located in downtown Tomah brings a great selection of Amish Made furniture, Home Decor, Gifts, Collectibles & a whole lot more. They specialize in designing Custom Kitchens & Bathrooms, Cabinets, Sinks, Counter Tops, Dining Room & Bedroom Furniture. News About Town Tomah Health to Host Dementia Education and Awareness Series Tomah Health has announced plans for a year -long dementia education and awareness series. The first educational program, “Know the Ten Signs: Early Detection Matters” will be held Jan. 30 beginning at 1 p.m. at Tomah Health, 501 Gopher Drive, Tomah. “The warning signs of Alzheimer’s are often dismissed as side effects of normal aging. This training shares the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease, separates myth from reality and addresses commonly-held fears,” said Tomah Health community outreach health educator Julie Anderson, RN. Reservations for the Jan. 30 event can be made by contacting Anderson at 608-377-8781 or [email protected] by Jan. 8. WE’RE JUST A SMALL TOWN BANK, BUT WE’RE BIG ON YOU! Anderson said the series will include a monthly event, including 9 education sessions and 3 awareness events. We are a locally owned, independent bank in Tomah. All decisions are made here. Visit us in our new location downtown Tomah. 833-94-TOMAH 3