House Speaker Paul Ryan in town for Milwaukee’s Reagan Day Dinner

MILWAUKEE — House Speaker Paul Ryan visits town for Milwaukee’s Reagan Day Dinner Friday evening, February 19th.

The event is held at Serb Hall.

Also at the event was Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Bradley.

From Fox6now.com
with pictures

Reagan Day event on Fri Feb 19

Join fellow Republicans as we celebrate the birthday of our 40th President, Ronald Reagan.

Confirmed guests: Cong. Paul Ryan
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch
Wis. Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Bradley

Invited guests: Governor Scott Walker
Sen. Ron Johnson
Reince Priebus, Chairman of the RNC.

Our emcee for the evening will be Charles Sykes of WTMJ radio.
Other special guests include local Republican office holders.

5:30 pm cocktails; 7:15 pm dinner.

American Serb Hall 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53219

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