On May 6 at 10 am, the three chapters of Door County Indivisible are sponsoring “A Great March for a Great Lake” to focus attention on the current attempts by the Trump Administration to make budgetary cuts to important programs and services that directly affect the waters surrounding the Door Peninsula and the economy that water supports.
“The Door County economy is irretrievably connected to a healthy Lake Michigan, including Green Bay,” said Judy Brodd, one of the Indivisible organizers. “Whether you are a commercial or sport fisherman, a recreational boater, a swimmer, a lodging/resort owner, a restaurateur or a farmer/orchardist…these budget cuts directly affect your health, your safety and your economic well being.”
Marchers will gather at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay at 10 am before marching across the downtown bridges. A short presentation will be given before the march with comments from Egg Harbor Village Administrator Ryan Heise, Door County Environmental Council President Steve Eatough, environmentalist Wayne Kudick and Brodd.
Indivisible is a nationwide nonpartisan movement designed to increase voter issue awareness, promote dialogue between members of congress and constituents, and to preserve democratic institutions. For more information contact Brodd at [email protected]