Presenters: Christine Georgenson
is a docent at the Milwaukee Art Museum, a music major before that, and for the last three years has been learning and playing the harmonica. She is also a member of the Badgerland Bluegrass Music Association. David Cecsarini
graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1977 with a BA in Theatre Arts. He joined Randall Duk Kim at the founding of American Players Theatre in 1980. David later became involved in Milwaukee's theatre scene and was named the Associate Artistic Director of the New Act Theatre in 1990, where he's led the Theatre for the last 20 years. George Fluharty
has a Main Library and Information Sciences degree from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, as well as an MA in Communication Disorders from the University of Northern Iowa. George worked in Speech Pathology for 30 years which led him to receiving the Clinical Service Award from the Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin in 2003. Several articles he co-authored are published in "Brain Injury," and "Neuro Rehabiliation." Samantha Garrett
grew up in Milwaukee, attended Milwaukee Public Schools and taught in MPS as an adult. She coordinated an after school tutoring program for MPS before taking her current position at Interfaith Older Adult Programs, INC. At Interfaith she organizes a volunteer tutor program in partnership with MPS. Earl Lemon
is a retired teacher of 35 years. He is of Scottish descent and a proud wearer of kilts, and proud adherent of the literary tradition of "The Common Reader."