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Grosskopf Law Office, LLC

Peter E. Grosskopf, Attorney at Law

1324 W. Clairemont Ave., Suite 10
Eau Claire, WI 54701

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Closed For Lunch
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Monthly Newsletter

August 2019

Chalkfest 2019 (UW-Eau Claire Campus)


As we approach the end of August, there are those days when you can feel a different chill in the air.  Some of the trees have started to change colors, or even lose some of their leaves.  Still, fall is my favorite time of the year.  The weather is still nice, we don't have the heat and humidity, and the kids are back in school, so it seems like we all get back to routines.

Here at our office, Labor Day also means the end of summer hours so, while our office will be closed on September 2nd for Labor Day, we will be open five days a week after that, from 8:30am - 5pm, except for the lunch hour.

September has its share of National days.  September 2nd is National Labor Day.  September 4th is National Wildlife Day and September 5th is National Cheese Pizza Day.  September 7th is National Tailgating Day, which reminds me that fall also brings back football!  September 8th is National Grandparents Day, September 16th is both National Stepfamily Day and National Working Parents Day.  September 23rd is the Autumnal Equinox this year.  Finally, September 29th is National Coffee Day (or is that every day).  

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