Just back from San Diego International Wine Competition: Trout Springs Winery won three gold medals for its “Afternoon Delight.” Now, you and your friends are invited to taste the award-winner and others from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, July 23 at Trout Springs Winery, 8150 River Road, Greenleaf, Wis. (just outside the town of Wayside). Enjoy the beauty and the wonderful wines being produced from Wisconsin-grown grapes and other fruit. Cost is only $5 for the wine tasting, payable at the door. Wines will be available for purchase by the glass or by the bottle, plus cheese and cracker, pesto, and smoked salmon pate plates available for purchase. For more information, contact the UW-Green Bay Alumni office at 920-465-2586. To learn more about Trout Spring Winery, visit www.troutspringswinery.com/.
Archive for July, 2009
Grandparents and their grandchildren between the ages of seven and 14 can share their love of learning at the two-day Grandparents’ University summer camp on campus. Registration is open until July 27 for the camp which runs July 30-31. Grandparents and grandchildren explore together a topic of interest and enjoy summer activities on the scenic bayshore campus. The fee is $185 per adult and child pair and includes instruction, activities, a cookout on Thursday night, parking and a T-shirt. Each additional adult is $125 and each additional child is $75.
Information and registration are available online at www.uwgbsummercamps.com or call 920-465-2267 or 1-800-892-2118.
They are your sons and daughters, nieces and nephews, little sisters and brothers, grandchildren…
Hear how they benefit from your giving through the Founder’s Association.
And, by the way, thanks!
Check out the foursomes and the fun at the annual Alumni Scholarship Golf Outing held in June. Photos provided by title sponsor Liberty Mutual.
Go to alumni photo gallery.
For those of you who would notice such things, a change was made to the Alumni Association logo to conform to new style standards for the University.
What do the guidelines come down to, briefly? Don’t mess with the bird. (Leave the Phoenix emblem intact).
Volunteering is nothing new for Phoenix cross country runners, but being recognized for it, is.
Coach Mike Kline and company were recently honored for their annual work with the Jingle Bell Walk/Run in support of the Arthritis Foundation.
Green Bay Athletics launched its new and enhanced website this summer at GreenBayPhoenix.com. Select games will still be streamed live through the Horizon League Network. Worth checking out, even during the summer break from competition, are features including video coaches’ shows (a few minutes in length) offering preseason insights on various Phoenix teams. The new emphasis on video, spotlighted under the headline “Phoenix Flix,” will also be a resource for highlights, facility and campus tours, feature stories and behind-the-scenes access at both the standard and premium-user levels. More to come regarding premium-user levels in fall. To learn more, visit www.GreenBayPhoenix.com.
What’s going on at Wisconsin’s top nine-hole golf course? Plenty! A new website, a couple of tournaments, a 21-gun salute (special) for vets and you can receive Shorewood updates on Twitter.
• The Shorewood Junior Amateur is Friday, July 24.
• The Shorewood AM/2Ball/4Ball is Saturday, August 1.
Register online or call 920-465-2118.
For everything Shorewood:
From THE Phoenix Bookstore . . .
. . . and don’t forget YOUR library
Alumni are more than welcome to come back to campus and use the library for research. A reference librarian will assist you in logging on as a guest to conduct your research. What you are not able to do is access these online resources from off campus as you were able to do as a student. Why? Costs for these resources are calculated by the University’s headcount of registered students, faculty and staff. With 26,000 alumni, online access isn’t feasible. As a UW-Green Bay “alum” you have borrowing privileges to the Cofrin Library’s book collection, as well. And citizens of Wisconsin can access a set of databases through Badgerlink (www.badgerlink.net/), which you can access from home or work. For more on alumni benefits for the Cofrin Libary, call 920-465-2333.