February 2002, Volume 34, Number 2
Around the State
Judges ready to review
Four volunteers will judge Wyoming’s River of Words environmental art and poetry contest: Judy Lissman of Torrington, Susan Cannon of Big Horn, and Stephen Roseberry and Jake Hohl of Cheyenne.
Lissman is a Wyoming Center for the Book Board member and a first-grade teacher at Southeast School in Yoder. She is a past president of the Wyoming State Reading Council.
Cannon is a WCB Board member. She is the managing partner of The Book Shop in Sheridan.
Roseberry is the pollution prevention program coordinator for Wyoming’s Department of Environmental Quality. Previously, he was the education program coordinator for the Laramie County Conservation District and the assistant city forester for the Cheyenne Parks and Recreation Department.
Hohl is a conservation education specialist with statewide responsibility with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. He has worked for Game and Fish for 26 years in enforcement, communications, hunter safety and education.
River of Words is a national contest on the subject of watersheds that encourages students in kindergarten through 12th grade to learn more about their watersheds and the natural environment.
For more information on Wyoming’s participation, contact Linn Rounds, 307/777-5915,
email@example.com; or visit
state ROW entries
River of Words is a project of The Library of Congress Center for the Book and United States Poet Laureate (1995-1997) Robert Hass. Wyoming’s participation is coordinated through the WCB at the Wyoming State Library, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and the United States Geological Survey — Water Resources Discipline, Wyoming District.
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