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Helen Dicke-Krivacek

Secretary

WDNC

HQ Phone: (919) 790-9392

WDNC

3012 Highwoods Blvd. Ste 201

Raleigh, North Carolina 27604

United States

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WoodlandDunes Nature Center staff and board of directors

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Helen Dicke-Krivacek, Secretary


Champion of Champions: Helen ...

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Champion of Champions: Helen Dicke-Krivacek for her life-long commitment to Woodland Dunes Nature Center


Lake Michigan Champions of Conservation Environmental Awards | Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership

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Champion of Champions: Helen Dicke-Krivacek for her life-long commitment to Woodland Dunes Nature Center


Winter 2009 Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership, Inc. Newsletter

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The Fall 2008 Champion of Champions was awarded posthumously to Helen Dicke-Krivacek. Helen was one of the founders of Woodland Dunes Nature Center in Two Rivers. She helped develop fundraising materials and individually raised funds resulting in the first land purchase. Helen served on the Ways and Means Committee, oversaw car washes, bake sales and countless other fundraisers. Helen was one of the first volunteer Teacher- Naturalists, a member of the education committee, and until very recently, the Secretary for the Board of Directors. Helen also fostered conservation efforts in other Manitowoc County conservation organizations: Conservation Education, Inc, the Cool City Garden Club, and the Girl Scouts. She helped protect the exceptional flora of Cherney Maribel Caves County Park. In 1989, Helen was named Environmental Educator of the Year by the Manitowoc County Land Conservation Committee and was a recipient of the Rahr Diamond Award given by the Isaac Walton League.

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Lyn Brouchoud, a Board Member at Woodland Dunes, accepted the award for Helen Dicke-Krivacek from Kevin Davison of Dominion
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Lyn Brouchoud, a Board Member at Woodland Dunes, accepted the award for Helen Dicke-Krivacek from Kevin Davison of Dominion.
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Along with Helen Dicke-Krivacek, Bernie helped found the Woodland Dunes Nature Center.
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As the Champion of Champions, Helen was also honored with a donation of $2,000. Her family chose to donate the funds to the Woodland Dunes Nature Center that plans to build a "nature-based" play area for young children at the center.


Winter 2009 Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership, Inc. Newsletter

www.lnrp.org [cached]

The Fall 2008 Champion of Champions was awarded posthumously to Helen Dicke-Krivacek. Helen was one of the founders of Woodland Dunes Nature Center in Two Rivers. She helped develop fundraising materials and individually raised funds resulting in the first land purchase. Helen served on the Ways and Means Committee, oversaw car washes, bake sales and countless other fundraisers. Helen was one of the first volunteer Teacher- Naturalists, a member of the education committee, and until very recently, the Secretary for the Board of Directors. Helen also fostered conservation efforts in other Manitowoc County conservation organizations: Conservation Education, Inc, the Cool City Garden Club, and the Girl Scouts. She helped protect the exceptional flora of Cherney Maribel Caves County Park. In 1989, Helen was named Environmental Educator of the Year by the Manitowoc County Land Conservation Committee and was a recipient of the Rahr Diamond Award given by the Isaac Walton League.

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Lyn Brouchoud, a Board Member at Woodland Dunes, accepted the award for Helen Dicke-Krivacek from Kevin Davison of Dominion
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Lyn Brouchoud, a Board Member at Woodland Dunes, accepted the award for Helen Dicke-Krivacek from Kevin Davison of Dominion.
...
Along with Helen Dicke-Krivacek, Bernie helped found the Woodland Dunes Nature Center.
...
As the Champion of Champions, Helen was also honored with a donation of $2,000. Her family chose to donate the funds to the Woodland Dunes Nature Center that plans to build a "nature-based" play area for young children at the center.

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