Building Merrill Series: Mental Health Among Us

Building Merrill Series continues October 3rd:
‘Mental Health Among Us: At Work, in School, in our Community’

On Tuesday, October 3, at 6:30 p.m., in T.B. Scott Free Library’s Community Room, the public is invited to be part of a deliberative forum, “Mental Health Among Us: At Work, in School, in our Community”

Dealing with mental health head-on is critical to success in our schools, workplaces, and society. Join a panel to discuss this important issue.

This program is the seventh in the “Building Merrill Together” initiative, 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 planning to explore issues of community importance, enhanced citizen communication with city and county government, and how local government can communicate better with the people on issues relevant to the community.

Building Merrill Together is cosupported by The Interactivity Foundation (IF), the Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service (WIPPS) and T.B. Scott Free Library. For more information, go to or call 715-536-9171.