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@lumni Newsletter April 2004
Show your true colors on Spirit Day!
We've got spirit yes we do, we've got spirit how about you? UW-Green Bay graduates, join alumni, students and members of the University of Wisconsin System as we celebrate campus allegiances this spring during a statewide "UW Spirit Day."
"UW Spirit Day," will be held across the state on Friday, May 7, to showcase and celebrate the contributions of the nearly 500,000 UW alumni who live and work in Wisconsin. Help us raise awareness and the importance that UW-Green Bay and all UW System graduates bring to our businesses, communities and the state as a whole. Wear a UWGB polo shirt, sweatshirt or school colors to bring attention to your alma mater. For more, visit the Statewide Spirit Web site: http://www.wisconsin.edu/spirit/.
Patrick has spirit, yes he does...
New address? New job? Let us know.
What? You say you Shore-would like to play golf?
Organizers of the Alumni Association's annual Bayfest Corn Tent are hoping to (h)ear from you. Risk being creamed or stalked if you don't volunteer. The work is a bit slick but bushels of fun. Shucks you can even volunteer online. Go to http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/forms/corntent.htm and fill out a volunteer form. Shifts are only 3 hours. Parking and admission into Bayfest are free. Bring a friend, or two, or more.
Volunteer at the Phoenix Network
the Math! Golfing + Scholarships = Fun!
Join us Saturday, June 12 at the Shorewood Golf Course for the 24th Annual Alumni Association Scholarship Golf Outing. Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. with tee-off at 1:30 p.m. It's a four-person scramble with food, beverage, prizes, contests and more. Following the outing, head down to Bayfest for an evening of music and entertainment. Register online at www.uwgb.edu/alumni/forms/golfouting.htm.
Holes sponsors and door prizes are welcome. Call Mark Brunette at (920) 465-2586, or e-mail email@example.com if you have questions.
At a Glance
Summer camps sizzle with alumni energy
With Mona Christensen '80 and '96 directing the show, the University's Summer Camp program is guaranteed to be creative, and it is. The traditional lineup of art, band, orchestra and choral camps is joined by sessions for science, Spanish, gospel choir and any number of options. Along with the one-week camps for high school and middle school, you'll also find "Discovery" and "Pre-Discovery" day camps for pre-school through sixth grade.
Mona reports that many people including a fair number of fellow alumni who want only the best, at the best university, for their children are finding the site and registering online. (We're No. 2 on Google when searching "summer camps Wisconsin.") Join the crowd at www.uwgbsummercamps.com.
on and around campus?
In this month's
/ Saturday, May 15
UWGB Downtown: Connecting for Lunch / Thursday, June 17
Soccer Homecoming Weekend / Friday and Saturday, September 3 and 4
AlumniFest / Saturday, October 16
For more information on alumni events or activities, go to http://www.uwgb.edu/alumni/news-events/calendar.asp.
Jeanne (Barta) Stangel '87 is senior manager for customer services and corporate relations at Tufco Industries in Green Bay. She is a graduate of the Chamber of Commerce's 2003 Leadership Green Bay program and is a volunteer vice chair of the marketing/communications committee for the United Way. She majored in business administration.
Thomas Rueckl '90, of M&I Brokerage Services Inc., Green Bay, has earned membership in the 2003 Leadership Council for PLANCO, a wholesaler of investment and insurance products for The Hartford. His degree is in business administration.
Julianne Peterson '94 lives in Seattle where she has been writing young adult fiction. She hopes to have her first book published in 2004. She is also the office manager for Omnitec Design Inc., in Lynnwood, Wash. She majored in English.
Misty Davids '99 and '03 is the director of talent search for Northcentral Technical College, Wausau. She most recently worked as public relations manager for the Stockbridge-Munsee tribe and at one time was an adviser for UWGB's American Intercultural Center. She majored in communication processes and earned a master's in management degree at UWGB.
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