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@lumni Newsletter June 2003
Perfect weather, great bands, great food, sand sculptures and fireworks helped make Bayfest 2003 a great success. Early estimates show nearly 90,000 people came out to campus to enjoy the food and fun, all to benefit the UWGB Athletic Department and local charitable organizations.
For pictures from the event, click on http://www.uwgb.edu/univcomm/news/page/photo.htm.
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August 26, 2003 UW-Green Bay Campus
Paul Weber '88 is the new high school principal and athletic director at Elk Mound High School, WI. Weber, who recently earned his master's degree in education administration through Marian College, spent the previous 11 years in the Phillips School District as a high school social studies teacher. He earned his undergraduate degrees in history and political science.
Adrienne Davis '94 recently completed her fourth year teaching woodwinds and music theory at Tonlistarskoli Husavikur in northeast Iceland. Students range in age from 6 years (recorder) to 45 (music theory & harmony). Other projects include working with the school band and the community choir of Husavik, singing in the annual choir festival at nearby Lake M_vatn, renovating a 75-year-old house, and working in the tourist industry during summer vacations. Davis earned her degree in music.
Angie Olson '00 graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School (May 2003) and has accepted an associate attorney position at Denissen, Kranzush, Mahoney & Ewald, SC in Green Bay. Olson earned her undergraduate degree in English.
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