You’re Invited to a Garden Party!
Our annual Garden Party is a casual occasion where you will enjoy food, beverages and political reparte in the beautiful gardens of a master gardener. Invited guests include you and your friends & neighbors, as well as local & state candidates and elected officials.
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2009, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Location: Home of Jerry & Judy Suttner, 2371 N 116th St., Wauwatosa
Guest Speaker: Richard Graber, Former Ambassader to the Czech Republic (under President George W. Bush) and Past Chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin (1999-2006)
Cost: Only $10 — so you can afford to bring a friend!
This event is sponsored by supporters throughout the metro-Milwaukee area Many thanks to those who have signed on to sponsor the 2009 Garden Party as of May 26, 2009:
Mary Baker, Curt David, Bob & Jean Dohnal, Brian Ewerdt, Former Lt. Gov. Margaret A. Farrow, Tom & Alma Hoffman, Jacqueline & Greg Koch, Jason Kohout, W. Scott Nelson, Tony & Vicky Ostry, Jennifer Stearns, State Rep. Leah Vukmir
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