Posted on Jul 22, 2021
Today’s Hybrid Meeting: 
July 23 Speaker Mackenzie McBride, will talk about the Educational Program of the international Crane foundation. Don't miss this wonderful organization's involvement in the saving of the Whooping Crane and other endangered species.  
July 30   Dr. Reba Luiken, will discuss the experiential learning and community involvement in the Allen Centennial Gardens on the UW campus. Beba has her Ph. D in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, a B.S in Plant Biology, and a B.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Minnesota. Reba also brings experience in museums and public gardens from Longwood Gardens, the Minnesota Historical Society, and the Landscape Arboretum where she worked in public programs. WOW!
The program is brought to us by Ed Fink. 
August 6 Mary Ruth brings us a wonderful program from one of her horse riding buddies, Tim Lawhern. Tim is a retired Game  (Conservation) Warden who will enlighten us on the do's and don'ts of Hunting, Firearms, Shooting Ranges, Fishing, Archery, Boating, Snowmobiling, ATV's UTV's and other cherished outdoor Wisconsin activities. Tim is an expert witness in court cases. His hobbies include: hunting, fishing, hiking, boating, gardening, woodworking, gunsmithing, horses, horse training, cooking, farming, working out, and especially helping others in personal development. don't miss this one. 
Jim Olmsted has done a fine job getting us speakers for the last few years. But he needs your help moving forward. Reach out to Jim ( with your ideas for potential future speakers. Who do you know (neighbor, friend, colleague) with something interesting they can talk to us about? Serious or amusing, earth-shaking or just quirky. Let Jim know.
Meeting ID: 665 622 324
Password: 589137
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