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GBBG celebrates completion of new children’s garden By Janelle Fisher City Pages Editor After breaking ground last spring and nearly a full year of construction, the Green Bay Botanical Garden (GBBG) celebrates the grand opening of the new and improved Carol and Bruce Bell Children’s Garden today. Garden members, donors, community members and a group …

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Pop-Up Hike: Fall ColorsFriday, Oct. 21Green Bay Botanical Garden, Green Bay Take a tour of the Garden led by members of the Garden Education Team. Shift focus from flowers to trees as you examine the colorful autumn leaves. Learn about why leaves change colors, why some trees lose their leaves while others keep them, what …

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News Briefs

News Briefs

NWTC President Rafn to retireGREEN BAY – After 25 years, Dr. H. Jeffrey Rafn, president of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, has announced his retirement effective July 1, 2023. “It has been a distinct honor and privilege to lead Northeast Wisconsin Technical College,” said Dr. Rafn. “It is important that NWTC continues to innovate and adapt …

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TechGYRLS program gives girls peek into technology fields

By Lee Reinsch Correspondent GREEN BAY – Eleven-year-olds Brennan Hagedorn and Alex White click, drag and drop pink doohickeys across their screens onto green whatchamacallits. They’re in a classroom at the YWCA Greater Green Bay, where tiny lights on their round, palm-sized Adafruit circuit boards light up. The girls seem to know what they’re doing …

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Local food producers and educators take first steps to connect region

By John McCracken Correspondent BROWN COUNTY – An effort to bring food producers, growers, educators and advocates together in Northeast Wisconsin has been stewing for years. Now, the NEW Food Forum is ready to present its findings and take steps toward developing the region’s first food action plan. NEW Food Forum, an initiative of local …

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