With yesterday’s news of a new bill allowing minors as young as 14 to serve alcohol in Wisconsin, we’re starting today’s show asking: How old were you when you were first employed (babysitting and lawn mowing don’t count)? What was the job?
Starting Monday, May 1, more than 160 libraries across Wisconsin will make nearly 6,300-day passes available. The passes are valid for free single-day admission for one vehicle at any state park, forest, or recreation area where admission is required.
Check Out Wisconsin State Parks At Your Library is a collaborative effort between the DNR, Wisconsin Library Association’s Wisconsin Association of Public Libraries, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The cost of day passes at 84 libraries was underwritten by the Friends of Wisconsin State Parks, a grant from the C.D. Besadny Fund of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, and two Green Tier businesses.
Check to find your local participating library: https://widnr.widen.net/s/xnqpzzt5dc/checkoutparks_by_county
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