First Lady Travels to Wisconsin

She spoke at an American Cancer Society Event and visited the Menominee Indian Tribe.

First Lady Jill Biden traveled to Green Bay, Wisconsin, on Monday to speak at an American Cancer Society NFL Crucial Catch Watch Party.

The first lady said, “Every October, the NFL shines a light on the importance of the cancer prevention and early detection through its Crucial Catch initiative. Teams, from coaches to players to broadcasters, come together to help Americans get the information they need to get screened for cancer.“

She stated, “I’m glad to join the NFL in its Crucial Catch effort once again, and look forward to doing so in years to come“ and added, “We can’t afford to wait another minute for better solutions, better treatments, better cures.“

First Lady Jill Biden and Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland visited the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin on Tuesday. The first lady and interior secretary will learn about the tribe’s sustainable forest management and partnership with wood flooring manufacturers.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For the first lady as she advocates for the president’s Cancer Moonshot initiative.
  • For Interior Secretary Haaland as she supports Native American enterprises with regard to forest management.
  • For wisdom for the president and his Cabinet as they pursue the administration’s agenda.

Sources: The White House, Native News Online


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