Christine Scimeca

Member at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

Christine Scimeca

Christine Scimeca

Member at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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Executive Director at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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Director of Education at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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Director of Research & Conservation at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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Director of Development at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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School Programs Coordinator at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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Director, Development & Marketing at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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AmeriCorps Member, Volunteer Coordinator at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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President, Board of Directors at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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Member, Board of Directors at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.

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Director of the Center for Engagement & Neighborhood Building at Alliance for Strong Families and Communities

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Member at Riveredge Nature Center, Inc.
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Riveredge Nature Center: Established in 1968 The idea for establishing a nature center was originated by the Whitefish Bay Garden Club in the spring of 1965 during the presidency of Isabel Lillie. It was a “big dream” for such a small group, 25 women, who hoped in the beginning only to create a facility for environmental education for the children of Whitefish Bay. A committee first inspected the site that was to become Riveredge Nature Center in the fall of 1965. In January,1968, the Riveredge Foundation was formed. The immediate goal was to raise the funds necessary to purchase a parcel of land, which, with the aid of area scientists, was identified as filling the needs for a center. The land, the Grady tract, was located near Newburg on the Milwaukee River.

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