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David Stokes will be doing a program on Friday, April 12 from 10 – 11 am at the Roseman Gym, UW-Whitewater.
Through the use of songs, stories, movement, riddles, audio/visual and hands-on materials, students are actively engaged in learning. Live animals and animal artifacts are used when appropriate to enhance the learning.
David is a Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education Teacher of the Year and an “Aldo Leopold” award winner.
This show is for preschool, kindergarten, elementary-age Children, families and adults. School/center/childcare groups welcome!
Come share frogs, turtles, snakes and more in an engaging, fun way. Using live animals, songs, puppets, toys and 3-dimensional objects, we will have fun exploring the wonder of animals. This will be a primary experience, with an opportunity to touch and see and hear.
David Stokes has been creating exciting learning situations since 1974. He has presented at UW-Whitewater since 1986. David loves to share his humorous approach to nature study, animals, plants, and the earth.
Friday, April 12, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m., Roseman Gym, UW-Whitewater
$5.00 per ticket • Register online: uww.edu/ce/camps/additional/ecc
Bob was born on November 23, 1945 in McHenry, IL to Leroy and Mae (Smith) Wagner. He grew up in Volo, IL and graduated from Wauconda High School. Bob served his country in the United States Air Force and later graduated from South Dakota State University with a degree in Agronomy. He moved to Whitewater in 1977 and established the Wagner Family farm east of Whitewater. Bob was a progressive hog and grain farmer and was always looking for improved farming practices. “If you’re not making it better, you’re making it worse.” Bob married Susan Gaulke on February 15, 2014. … Read moreRead More
Jerry was born to Francis W. and Grace King Laurent on January 8, 1940, in Knoxville, TN, where Francis worked as counsel for the Tennessee Valley Authority. With war imminent, his father rejoined the Navy as special assistant to the Judge Advocate General, and the family moved to Washington, D.C. Jerry was baptized at Christ’s Episcopal Church in Alexandria, VA, attended primary school in Georgetown, and experienced wartime in the capital. The Laurents moved to postwar occupied Germany, where Francis helped the U.S. government reorganize German industry. In Minden and Berlin, Jerry attended British and American schools. Never-ending rubble, survivors’ … Read moreRead More
The Chancellor’s Office has received word that Stephen L. Solheim, age 66 of Whitewater, died on Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. Solheim came to UW-Whitewater in August of 1991 and served as a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences. A celebration of life gathering is planned on campus from 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 31, at the Young Auditorium Fern Young Terrace. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, P.O. Box 2317, Madison, WI, http://www.wisconservation.org/ The campus flag will be lowered to half-staff on Earth Day, Monday, April 22, 2019 in his honor. … Read moreRead More
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