Saturday, March 21, 2009

Horseshoe Crab!

Came within inches of stepping on one of these lovely creatures while

ASB Staying Football Field Away From Ocean

Sarah Paff and Megan Salm take a walk on the beach.

Transfer through Memphis, Tennessee

Kendra Sheck, Melissa Jensen, Hillary Dudzek

Fwd: ASB Group Awaits Flight at Milwaukee Airport

> The ASB group can be instantly spotted at the Milwaukee airport with
> their new official T-shirts.
> Update: a few members of the group were talking with Anita Greske
> while passing through a security checkpoint at the Milwaukee
> airport. Greske graduated from UW Oshkosh in 1976 with a degree in
> Special Education.
> Article and photo (from iPhone) by Ben Doing, student trip leader.

ASB Group Awaits Flight at Milwaukee Airport

Spring Break has finally arrived, and 18 UW Oshkosh students and two
advisers anxiously await a flight to Mississippi to help rebuild a
region devasted by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005.

"I want to get to know some new people and help people down in
Biloxi," Molly Ireland said.

The students will be staying at the Seashore United Methodist Assembly
while completing construction projects on homes damaged by Hurricanes.

"I've never installed a window or done flooring before," Kendra Sheck
said. "I'm looking forward to learning how to do that, because it'll
be a challenge," she said.

The Alternative Spring Break Group is excited to help another
community while representing UW Oshkosh.

"I'd like to gain new friendships while doing community service,"
Sarah Paff said, a student trip leader.