June 2007, Sue Lynch of West Salem, Wisconsin decides to run from the floor for the First Vice President of the National Federation of Republician Women.
Afters years of service and dedication, Lynch
will be running for the position of First Vice President.
has held several positions to date and been a valuable contributor of the NFRW
From: Valued Voice, Wisconsin Hospital Association
, January 2007
Partners of WHA's Sue Lynch Appointed to AHA Committee Will serve on volunteer committee for three-year term.
Sue Lynch, a volunteer at Franciscan Skemp of La Crosse, has been appointed by the American Hospital Association (AHA) Board of Trustees to serve a three-year term on the AHA Committee on Volunteers.
is the Public Policy Education (PPE) chair for Partners of WHA, and has led the Franciscan Skemp
auxiliary for eight years.
"Sue is the epitome of what Partners of WHA represents," said Jenny Boese, WHA's vice president of external relations and member advocacy.
"Anytime you take the initiative to call your (elected) representative that is a positive," Partners of Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) Public Policy Education Chairwoman Sue Lynch of Franciscan Skemp in La Crosse told attendees during the Partners western district spring meeting.
About 90 volunteers representing hospitals in Adams-Friendship, Black River Falls, Boscobel, Hillsboro, La Crosse, Lancaster, Neillsville, Prairie du Chien, Richland Center, Sparta, Tomah, and Viroqua attended the event hosted by the Tomah Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.
The Partners organization emphasizes volunteer participation in Wisconsin's health care facilities, health care education, and a strong focus on grassroots advocacy.
said the group has targeted taxes on hospitals and cigarettes as the two initiatives for 2007.
"We want to make sure the hospital tax never reaches Governor Doyle's desk," she
said, referring to the 1 percent gross revenues tax on hospitals currently pending in the state budget.