Today (and every day) WisVVA celebrate women’s achievements, raises awareness against bias, and takes action for equality!
To further highlight our commitment to break the bias, WisVVA commissioned a painting of our co-founders mother, a WWII veteran, alongside many other tremendous women who served our country. Everyday, this serves as a reminder to celebrate the tremendous courage of women who are veterans. Few better exemplify the courage of American women in the fight for equality than those who have served this country in uniform even as they fought our nation’s wars.
It was an honor to have relatives of Otto at the dedication of the Otto Bytof Silver Star Museum.
A few years back his granddaughter found a container in the attic. When they opened it they found pristine uniforms and artifacts from his time in the army in France in World War One. Their good friend Steve Conradt contacted us and our first theme took shape.
And, a HUGE thank you to the DAUGHTERS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION for providing an incredible lunch!
We would love to have folks drop by and visit. We are at 2919 Glenpark Drive, Appleton.