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Milwaukee City Council Parent Teacher Association Request Form

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PTA Contacts

Contact Information

Milwaukee City Council
Parent Teacher Association
Penny Larson - PTA Coordinator
5225 West Vliet Street Room 105
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53208
414-475-8377 phone - 414-475-8999 fax

Milwaukee City Council Officers
Milwaukee City Council Officers for 1010-2011

Phone Number
E-mail Address
Roxanne Starks
1st Vice President

2nd Vice President
Mark Thompson
Corresponding Secretary
Tina Walker
Recording Secretary
Kevin Kane
Wisconsin PTA Region B Advisor
Beverly Wilson
Area Advisor
Sue Matthews
Area Advisor Sue Behling
Area Advisor Gail Drenzyk
Area Advisor Beverly Wilson
Area Advisor Diane Brewer
Area Advisor Tina Walker
Area Advisor Mark Thompson
Area Advisor Don Bolandowski

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