Steering Committee Member

This is a practice/learning run of how we can use the Wis.community site. don't worry about making mistakes. This is a first time for everyone but Steve H, so relax, take your time, try things, keep at it, accidentally do whatever you need to to learn and use this tool. Go to it and have fun. If you have questions, email me or call. - 715-514-9964.

The PowerPoint presented by Joan Pougiales at the last steering committee meeting is attached to this discussison. Please download it so you can review the entire document. The parts we will be discussing and altering will be included in discussion boxes (please remember I'm learning this too). 

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