Friday, October 26, 2012

Biology Club brings beauty to campus

By Megan Hafner
Cardinal Staff

Biology Club raised $200 through plant sales to go towards bringing trees and other plant life around campus.

The club was excited to introduce the African Violet plant, which has been growing in the school’s greenhouse.  The Aloe Vera plant was the most popular plant sold.

The Biology club also held a pumpkin sale in spirit of the Halloween season.

Members also participated in “Buff the Bluff” and “Adopt a River.”  During these events, the club helped clean up the bluffs and Gilmore Creek while connecting with the outer Winona community.

The Biology Club plans on going to Whitewater State Park, the cadaver lab at Winona State University, the Science Museum, an Environmental Research Center and the National Eagle Center in Wabasha.

All students are welcome to join Biology Club.  Meetings are every other Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in Hoffman 113.

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