Thank you to all who participated in our Harvest Fest Hustle! We had a lot of fun with the event, check the photos below!
If you are interested in a change of scenery this upcoming spring break then this opportunity is right for you. The Mauthe Center is sending a group of 10-14 UWGB students to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota March 16-23, 2014. These students will be able to explore the land and learn the culture of the Lakota people. The purpose of this trip is to show students a different side of life other than Green Bay and how easily we take everyday leisures for granted.
For more information or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 920-465-5133 and ask for Irina.
Applications can be found below or at the Mauthe Center and are due no later than December 9th.
Last Night’s Eat Well was sponsored by Shariff Family. We had scrumptious butter chicken, coconut garbanzo beans, salad, cookie bars, papadum (protein bar) and rice! What a meal! Thank you for supporting our cause and we very much appreciate all your efforts Shariff Family!
We had a great turn out tonight and a great presentation on immigration by Sister Melanie Maczka.
We hope you enjoyed it and hope to see you at the next event!
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Sister Melanie Maczka will be presenting on the national immigration issue at the Richard Mauthe Center as the second event of the center’s Tuesdays With Mauthe series. Her program will focus on how we in the Green Bay community are still new enough at experiencing diversity to learn how to “do it right.” Her dream is to see at least our local community (if not the entire nation) living together with respect and support for all people, and delighting in the richness that each person brings to this community. Tuesdays With Mauthe is an ongoing event at the Mauthe Center held on the first Tuesday of each month throughout the academic year. For the 2013-2014 year, the theme for Tuesdays With Mauthe is “Sisters of Abrahamic Faith.
This week’s menu is rice and coconut curry. Stella Maris Parish will be the sponsors for this Eat Well. A huge thank you to them!
Thank you for supporting our cause and please do not forget to bring your own plates or bowl and cup!
Also, please help support our Harvest Fest cause by bringing a can or two of non-perishable food item to the next eat well. Our goal is to re-stock local food pantries with 10, 00 canned goods. You get to go first in line and you do not have to donate money for this week.
See you Tuesday!!!!
The interview where Luisa Etxenike (San Sebastián, Spain) and Cristina Ortiz (San Sebastián, Spain) took place on Tuesday, October 22nd at 7:00 pm. Luisa and Cristina discussed about the terrorism problem that happens in the Spanish territory since the group ETA was first created in the 50′s. Different topics, such as the role of media, the international opinion about terrorism in Spain, or the perspectives for the future, were discussed. After the interview, the 25 assistants had the opportunity to resolve their questions about this issue. Many assistants expressed their interest about this topic and kept asking for books or documentaries where they could get more information.
Thanks to Luisa Etxenike and Cristina Ortiz for their participation as well as all the participants for assisting.
The Harvest Fest Hustle is a 5k taking place on the beautiful UW-Green Bay Campus with proceeds benefiting the Habitat for Humanity Youth Blitz Build taking place in early May of 2014, an event that will give a needy family in the Green Bay area a place to call home. The Harvest Fest Hustle is a great opportunity to get one last outdoors event in for the season before it gets too cold and the snow starts falling. Registration information is available on the sign up form attached, and forms can be dropped off at the Mauthe Center. There is also same day registration for the event. Any questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. We hope to see you there on November 10th!