While eating my midday meal, I flipped through my few channels for something to entertain or inform me. Not much besides children's shows and infomercials at 11:00 AM. So I listened to James Crow, Professor Emeritus of Genetics at the University of Wisconsin, give a graduate level presentation on population genetics. I didn't really follow his ideas, but I did like the idea that in Wisconsin, we have a wealth of knowledge, and we share it.
Meanwhile I read from my monthly Wisconsin Lion newspaper. Young people come from around the world, hosted by, and lives changed by Wisconsin Lions and their families, friends, and communities.
(Click on the picture to read the article.)