Thursday, June 30, 2011

Come celebrate the 1-Year Anniversary of Wisconsin’s Smoke-Free Air Law

CELEBRATION EVENT 1-Year Anniversary of Wisconsin’s Smoke-Free Air Law
Local Coalition and Supporters Celebrate with Free Family-Friendly Event

WHEN: Tuesday, July 5, 2011
WHERE: Kunkel’s Korner, 310 Ellis St., Kewaunee
Hours of Operation are 6am-7pm
AND Sabre Lanes, 1330 Midway Rd., Menasha
Event is from 4pm-7pm
Kunkel’s Korner is serving free coffee and soda all day to customers. Door prize drawings will take place throughout the day. Employees will be wearing t-shirts and customers will receive celebration buttons.
Sabre Lanes is offering free soda and shoe rentals with $1/game bowling. Free appetizers and pizza will also be available. Door prize drawings will take place near the end of the event.
re:TH!NK is hosting two smoke-free air 1-year anniversary events on July 5 to show support and appreciation for smoke-free businesses and celebrate one year of workers not having to suffer the health effects of secondhand smoke.

WHO: Short presentations by re:TH!NK coalition coordinators, Jason Laurin and Emily Dieringer, will take place at each event. Members of the coalition and business owners will also be available for comment.
VISUALS: People eating and bowling in a smoke-free atmosphere. Kids and families are invited.
CONTACT: Emily Dieringer, re:TH!NK, the Lakeshore Tobacco Prevention Network (920) 420-4972

The m ission of re:TH!NK, the Lakeshore Tobacco Prevention Network, is to improve the health of our residents by reducing tobacco use and exposure through prevention strategies which include community outreach and involvement to move policy forward collaboratively, across our multi-jurisdictional area of Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Sheboygan and Winnebago counties with assistance from the Winnebago County Health Department and the Northeast WI Area Health Education Center.

112 Otter Ave
www. | rethink@co.winnebago.wi .us
| PO Box 2808 | Oshkosh, WI 54903-2808 | 920.232.3000

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