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Wisconsin


REGIONAL WORKSHOP OFFERED:

Official R.E.A.D. training is offered periodically by licensed R.E.A.D. instructors:

Darlene Pieper, Iron Ridge, WI darlene.b.piper@gmail.com

Lynne K. Miller, Mayville, WI l.l.miller@outlook.com


Organization: B.A.R.C.C.

Contact Name: Lynne Miller

State: Wisconsin

County: Dodge/Jefferson

E-mail: Lynne Miller: L.L.Miller@outlook.com

Notes: We have R.E.A.D. programs at schools, libraries, and day care facilities in the Dodge County area, including Beaver Dam, Mayville, Columbus, Hartford and Watertown. Our Pet Safety programs are very popular with the local grade schools.


Organization: Coulee Region Humane Society

Program: Ambassadors of Love

Contact Name: Erin Olson/Pet Therapy Director

City: Onalaska

State: Wisconsin

Zip: 54650

E-mail: Erin.Olson@couleehumane.com

Website: www.couleehumane.com

Notes: Our Read to Rover teams visit at: The La Crosse Library System

West Salem & La Crosse Boys & Girls Clubs La Crosse / Onalaska & surrounding area schools. We also serve many requests from schools outside of our county.


Organization: Dogs of Endearment

Contact Name: Mary E. Domes

City: Pleasant Prairie

State: Wisconsin

Phone: 262-942-1860

E-mail: dogdom@wi.rr.com

Notes: We visit at Kenosha, WI Southwest Public Library, Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha County, Southport Elementary, School, and Jefferson Elementary.


Contact Name: National R.E.A.D. Coordinator

Phone: 801-272-3439

E-mail: read@therapyanimals.org

Notes: For more information on registered R.E.A.D. teams or groups in this state, please contact the ITA office.

 
The ITA R.E.A.D. program is touching hearts across the nation. The following is a partial list of R.E.A.D. Affiliate Programs, Regional Workshops, and individual R.E.A.D teams. It is our hope that this list will help put R.E.A.D. teams in contact with programs and workshops in their area. If you would like to add your program to this list please send an email to the National R.E.A.D. Coordinator at the ITA office (read@therapyanimals.org).

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have programs hosting regional workshops. Also, many R.E.A.D. instructors are willing to travel. Please feel free to contact one of them about setting up a workshop specifically designed for your group.