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Local Triad Events Promote Senior Safety

Local Triads schedule free presentations throughout the year on topics of interest to seniors.  Information on Triad events for 2019 is posted below.  Please contact Mary Stamstad, at 608-441-7897, or .

Verona Triad - All programs at Verona Senior Center, 108 Paoli Street, Verona


April 26: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM, Drug Take Back Event.

May 10: Avoid Becoming a Victim of Theft, Ryan Atkins, Verona Police Department.

June 27: Appreciating Our Diversity to Reduce Conflict, Angela Velasquez, Dane County Area Agency on Aging


West Madison Triad

April 24: 10:00 AM, Spring Cleaning/Recycling Rules/Roll Out Program, Oakwood, University Woods, 6205 Mineral Point Road, Madison.  Shredding available.

May 29: 10:00 AM, "Don't Make Yourself an Easy Target"/Good Neighbor Program - Officer Tyler Grigg, Mid-Town Police District, 4020 Mineral Point Road, Madison

June 26: 10:00 AM, Travel Safety, Ed Mani, Burkhalter Travel, 6501 Mineral Point Road, Madison.


Cottage Grove Triad - All programs at Drumlin Residences, 107 E. Reynolds Road, Cottage Grove

April 16: 10:00 AM, Advance Funeral Planning, Darril Kolka, Cress Funeral Home, Drumlin Residences.

May 21: 10:00 AM, Don't Make Yourself an Easy Target - Self-Defense for Seniors, Randy Beck and Justin - USA Karate

June 18: 10:00 AM, Traffic Laws/Driving (including the effect of prescription drugs while driving), Deputy Mueller, Dane County Sheriff's Office.


September 27: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Triad Annual Conference, American Family Insurance Training Center, Madison.

For more information on all these programs, contact Mary Stamstad, or 608-441-7897.



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