Friday, October 17, 2014

Madison Area Lyme Support Group Meeting November 22 from 2-4pm

Come join the Madison Area Lyme Support Group for their first meeting with their new leader! 

Madison Area Lyme Support Group Meeting

When: November 22 from 2-4pm 
Where: at the Pinney Library in Madison.
The address is: 204 Cottage Grove Road

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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Lyme Support Group Meeting in Milwaukee Sun. Oct. 12th at 3pm

Hi friends!!

It's that time again!  Lyme support is meeting this upcoming Sunday at
3pm.  You can come at 2:30pm to discuss diagnosis and treatment if you'd
like.  Looking forward to seeing you!! Let me know if you have any
questions.  414-640-5433


Falon Graff, RN
Shalem Healing
800 E. Locust St. Milwaukee

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Support Group Meeting in Milwaukee

Lyme support group/healing circle will be meeting on Sunday, September 14th at 3pm. You are welcome to come at 2:30pm if you want to discuss specific things regarding diagnosis and/or treatment.  Looking forward to seeing you!!


Falon Graff, RN
Shalem Healing
800 E. Locust St. Milwaukee

Monday, July 28, 2014

Support Meeting in Madison Sept. 6th, 2 to 4 pm

Madison Area Lyme Support Meeting
Saturday September 6th (2014) from 2pm to 4pm,
Madison Pinney Branch Library,
204 Cottage Grove Road, Madison, WI 53716

Fundraiser in Mukwonago August 23rd! Frost Out Lyme: 5% of proceeds will benefit the Wisconsin Lyme Network

Frost Out Lyme

Voluntary Run/Walk    (Rain or Shine) 
Location:   Field Park - Mukwonago, WI
Date:  August 23, 2014
Time:   12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Registration Fee Only for Runners/Walkers:
    Adults - $15.00
    Children Under 7 - Free
Highlights and Amenities:
Come out and enjoy food, vendors, music.
Complete the 1k/3k/5k Run/Walk if you wish ($15 registration fee).
Any donations are welcome - thank you for your generosity.
A portion of all vendor proceeds will benefit the Walk.

Please join us even if you are not participating in the walk/run!!
5% of proceed go to WLN!

Milwaukee Support Group Meeting Aug. 3rd, 3 to 5 pm

The date for the August Lyme support group/healing circle has been changed.  Normally we meet the second Sunday of each month.  However, in August we will be meeting on the FIRST SUNDAY, which is August 3rd.  Same time... 3-5pm, and feel free to come as early as 2:30 for extra support.
The group last month was really dynamic and I can really feel a sense of support and camaraderie.  If you have never joined us, please consider coming as your health allows you.  Walking together on this healing journey is so much nicer than walking alone.  I am thankful for the support the group has given me personally and my greatest hope is that it is providing as much hope, relief, and understanding for others.
In service and friendship,
PS.  Please email or call if you would like to facilitate or co-facilitate a group or if you have something you'd like to share at one of the meetings. Thanks.
Falon Graff, RN
Shalem Healing
800 E. Locust St. Milwaukee

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Lyme Awareness Event at the Waukesha County Fair

Wisconsin Lyme Network would like to give a huge thank you to Tasha Ventimiglia for coordinating our Lyme Awareness Event at the Waukesha County Fair on Sunday July 20th. It was a very successful event and we helped many individuals. We would like to extend a thank you to Tasha's sister Molly Nogalski and her wonderful parents Sally and Bob for all their help. The WLN is so grateful to have you on our team. 

Debra Muth gave a presentation that was very informative regarding lyme and coinfections and we are grateful to have her in our corner educating others through awareness and assisting those with Lyme Disease. 

Also, we would like to thank Tasha's Co workers, neighbors and family who attended the event and supported our cause. Here's a few pictures from Sunday's event. 

The WLN is very grateful to have had such generous sponsors at this event. Our sponsors generousity greatly helps support the WLN's mission to raise awareness, provide education, support and promote research for vector borne illness to the patients, medical community and the general population of Wisconsin. It is with their support that we can aide in making necessary change in our state to a growing epidemic that is greatly under recognized. These funds will help us recruit more practitioners to become educated on this complex and misunderstood disease.

Thanks again everyone. Job well done.