Blue Jean Bingo
Join NAMI Waukesha for Blue Jean Bingo 2018!
Friday, May 11, 2018
Join the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Waukesha County for a entertaining night benefiting mental health! Blue Jean Bingo is a fun event that includes an all-you-can-eat fish fry buffet that includes beer or soda, licensed bingo event with cash prizes, a wine pull and large voice and silent auction.
All proceeds benefit NAMI Waukesha's support, education and advocacy programs that support individuals and families impacted by mental health conditions in our community.
Blue Jean Bingo Details
Friday, May 11, 2018
Country Springs Hotel
2810 Golf Road
All You Can Eat Fish Fry Buffet 5:00-6:30 PM
Bingo Packet Sales Begin 6:30 PM
Licensed Bingo Games Begin 7:00 PM
Please contact Andrea
P (262) 409-2742
Thank you to 2018 Blue Jean Bingo Sponsors!
Fish Fry Sponsor
Silent Auction Table Sponsors
Wine Pull Sponsor
Bingo Buddy Table Sponsors
NAMI Waukesha Annual Awards Dinner
Each year NAMI Waukesha hosts an Annual Awards Dinner to honor those individuals in our community who have dedicated their time and their lives to helping those affected by mental health conditions and their loved ones. On Tuesday, March 6th, 125 community members gathered together to honor these dedicated individuals who are making a difference in our community.
2018 Award Recipients
Excellence In Peer Leadership
Mental Health Professionals of the Year
Terry Ortiz, LCSW
Trillium Care Group
Laurie Kohler, LCSW
Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services
Volunteers of the Year
ERAS Senior Network
Excellence in Community Service
Waukesha County Corporation Counsel
Officer Excellence Award
Officer Kate Ressman
Delafield Police Department
Andrew G. Werlein Advocacy Award
Lindsey M. Fitzgerald, CPS
Save the Date for NAMIWalks Waukesha 2018!
Saturday, September 15th
Frame Park Picnic Shelter, Waukesha
Join NAMI Waukesha to raise funds and awareness for mental health at NAMIWalks Waukesha! By participating in NAMIWalks Waukesha, you are joining the thousands of indivdiuals walking to change the conversation about mental health and raise awareness across the country.