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Resource Fair

Lindenwood University and the Resource Center Network
invite you to the spring educator's

Resource Fair

April 16, 2013
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Lindenwood University
Spellmann Campus Center
Anheuser-Busch Leadership Room.

Learn about resources that can be used to enlighten, educate, and entertain young minds.

Teachers, pre-service teachers, scout leaders, and parents are invited to come and discover the fabulous resources available for educators and youth-group organizers.  A variety of organizations will be on hand to show you what education resources and free materials are available from museums, cultural institutions, and other organizations through the Resource Center Network.

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Spellmann Center

Groups providing resources include the following:

Challenger Learning Center
Diversity Awareness Partnership
Gateway to Peace Museum
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri
Historic Daniel Boone Home/Lindenwood University
Humane Society
Junior Achievement
Leftovers, Inc.
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum
Missouri Botanical Gardens
Missouri Department of Conversation
Missouri State Parks
National Parks Service/Jefferson National Parks Association
Project MEGSSS
Saint Louis Zoo
St. Louis Teachers' Recycle Center, Inc.
St. Charles County Parks Department
Tutor Doctor
Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers/National Great Rivers Museum
U.S. Courts and The Judicial Learning Center
UMSL Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Education
World Aquarium
World Birds Sanctuary

If you have questions or for more information contact:  Frank Thouvenot, PhD, at

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