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Our Finger on the Pulse -- Appleton w/Mayor Woodford, May 18, 2022

  • 05/18/2022
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Butte des Morts Country Club, 3600 W Prospect Ave., Appleton WI


  • allows registration for free speaker meal

Registration is closed

Appleton is seen by many as the heart of our Fox Cities community, so we have invited Mayor Jake Woodford to come tell us what’s been going on! Since taking office in April 2020, Mayor Woodford can finally shift his priorities away from COVID and he’ll be able to tell us about the impacts of ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funding, small business grants, city redevelopment, and additional community initiatives.

Come hear Mayor Woodford and leave with a better understanding of topics that affect your livelihood and your life:

  • How much ARPA money did Appleton get and where did it go?
  • How were small business grants dispersed? (what small business grants??)
  • Why are there so many apartment buildings going up?
  • What opportunities are open to volunteer and engage with the city?

The Mayor is making time for Mid-Day Women's Alliance so mark your calendars and bring the questions that are important to YOU!

MDWA will also install our officers for the 2022-23 fiscal year, our own annual Rite of Spring!

Note due to scheduling challenges, May’s meeting will be held at Butte des Morts county club on Wednesday May 18 11:30 am-1:00 pm.

About Mayor Jake Woodford:

Jake Woodford was elected Appleton’s 46th Mayor in April 2020. Taking office at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Woodford guided the City through its first mayoral transition in 24 years by ensuring continuity of municipal operations, stewardship of City resources and more opportunities for public engagement. A fourth-generation Appletonian, Mayor Woodford holds a degree in government from Lawrence University and lives in the River Drive neighborhood with his wife and pets.

Mid-Day Women's Alliance

P.O. Box 334, Appleton, WI  54912

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