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Sign up by calling 920 905 3863

 You will leave with the knowledge of recognizing a severe allergic reaction and how to administer an epinephrine auto injector with CONFIDENCE. Once trained and certified you may have a prescription request FORM to show your Dr. so you too are prepared for an emergency. Let’s DO IT FIR DILLON♡♡♡

DILLONS LAW allows ANY trained individuals to carry an epinephrine auto injector regardless of diagnosis!

DO IT FOR DILLON- Save A Life Anaphylaxis Training Program. Coming to Manitowoc Co. once a month. Check our “do it for Dillon” facebook page for location & times.


If you would like us to train your group or employees we do so FOR FREE! It only takes ONE HOUR!

We are capped at 25 participants, but willing to do “back to back” classes.

George and I will come to your work to train, and we will be holding monthly classes as well. Participants will leave with the knowledge of how to recognize a severe allergic reaction and administer an epinephrine auto injector WITH CONFIDENCE! You are covered under the “Good Sammaritan” protections of the law. CALL: 920-905-3863 to book a class near you/work  or to sign up for our “monthly” class.                   LETS DO IT FOR DILLON!!



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3rd annual Dillon Mueller Memorial HARESCRAMBLE RACE
Sunday Sept. 22, 2019 Gates Open at 7 am
Public Welcome Dillon #115 Apparel For Sale
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Dillon Mueller Memorial FREE RIDE
Sunday Sept. 29, 2019 9 am till Dusk
Public welcome

Ride the trails and fields for free. Bring whatever “toy” you have.

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Mar. 29 – Mar. 31 2019
Stop in at the Brown County Arena and see Dillons 2 dirtbikes and Racing Sled on display. We will have braaap on be strong apparel, anaphylaxis definition tshirts,  decals and “free” stuff for the kids.  Let me show you how to use an epipen.  Lets DO IT FOR DILLON!!   My birthday is MAR. 31st!!! stop in and say hi!


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4 thoughts on “Upcoming Events

  1. I am a home care nurse & it seems like a great idea for more places to have access to Epi-pens. As a home care nurse, I could see this bring beneficial even in my job. When you say businesses, does it have to be a business, or could a nurse come for training & get the prescription as well?


  2. THANK YOU for spearheading this amazing health effort! Our church held a picnic last weekend & the wasps were very aggressive. We WILL get an epi pen for the church, no problem. My question: What constitutes an ‘approved’ training?
    Who do you suggest that I contact regarding this? We want to get right on this. Blessings on your efforts! Gail Terry


  3. February 20, 2017

    Dear George & Angel;

    Greetings. I sincerely hope you had a very enjoyable President’s Day holiday.

    Concerning the Epi for Dilly Project, I was pleased to learn recently that new legislation improving access to epinephrine has been proposed in Wisconsin. An amendment to the 2015 Wisconsin Act 35 would allow trained individuals to be prescribed an epinephrine auto-injector for emergency use, regardless of business or organizational affiliation.

    I am very interested in learning more about this law. Please send me an email address where I can contact you more directly. Any links you can forward to me about the proposed amendment would be very helpful.

    Here in NYS we enacted the Emergency Allergy Treatment Act last year; the department of health is currently setting up guidelines for improving access to epi by allowing public entities such as food courts, sports stadiums, rec centers, etc. to stock the medication. It seems very similar to Wisconsin Act 35; an amendment along the lines of what you are proposing might find legislative support in Albany.

    It has now been over seven and a half years since the death of my sister Ruthie; she died from a fatal attack of anaphylaxis after being stung by a honey bee. The passage of time and my work as a public advocate for families with life-threatening allergies has helped to ease my grief. But it is a feeling that never entirely subsides no matter what I do. Facing the consequences of Ruthie’s death just one day at a time is the only way I can keep going forward in my life.

    I will look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your time and attention. Best wishes!


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