Building Merrill Series: Got a Touch of Gray

Building Merrill Series continues January 15:
‘Got a Touch of Gray: Merrill’s Aging Population’

On Monday, January 15, at 6 p.m., in T.B. Scott Free Library’s Community Room, the public is invited to be part of a dynamic community discussion, “Got a Touch of Gray: Merrill’s Aging Population.” Demographers say that Merrill, like much of the rest of Wisconsin, is becoming older. Join experts and citizens in a discussion of what that means for our society, our tax base and our lifestyle.

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This program marks the 10th in the “Building Merrill Together” series, which aims to stir government, business and the general public to positively change Merrill through information and discussion, and by creating an open and transparent environment for change.

The Active and Aware Merrill Citizens, formed after a community discussion at the library last October which launched the Building Merrill Together initiative, will continue to explore issues of community importance, and enhanced communications between citizens and city and county government on issues relevant to the community.

Building Merrill Together is co-supported by The Interactivity Foundation (IF), the Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service (WIPPS), the Wisconsin Humanities Council and their “Working Lives” project, and T.B. Scott Free Library. For more information, go to the library website or call 715-536-7191.