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http://www.richlands-news-press.com/news/article/summer_program_aims_for_enrichment/10579/

"The whole goal of our program is to foster an environment where we're creating lifetime learners," said William Grose, a history professor at WCC and director of the program.
"We try to provide classes they won't be offered in the high schools at all." Some of those 10-day classes included Roman history, invertebrate zoology and the chemistry of everyday things. The biggest advantage, students noted, was the fact that they get college credit for taking them, free college credit at that. "This is not summer camp," Grose said.


Volunteers | The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum

Museum director Leslie King decided to enlist the assistance of Wytheville Community College history professor William Grose.
After meeting with him, Mr. Grose graciously recruited his classes to assist the Museum meet their October 15 deadline. Offering extra credit for those who volunteered at the museum, his classes logged over 45 volunteer hours in a very short period of time. It not only gives them hands-on experience with the 'business' end of history, but it provides an immediate and tangible link to the past, and in particular, to their own local history," said Mr. Grose. Along with Mr. Grose's students, the Museum also received support for The Birthday Celebration from Milly Boyd of The Del Rubio Triplets, Ken Farmer of Ken Farmer Auctions and Appraisals, Wythe County Board of Supervisor Chairman Bucky Sharitz, Town of Wytheville Mayor Trent Crewe, Wytheville Town Councilman Judson Lambert, Wythe-Bland Community Foundation Scholarship recipient's Caleb Whitt and Joshua Mattis, Graphic Design Professor Ken Smith of Radford University, the Joint IDA, Building and Design, and Lilchy Huffman, who portrayed Edith Bolling Wilson.


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William Grose
Whytheville Community College


Press Release | The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum

Museum director Leslie King decided to enlist the assistance of Wytheville Community College history professor William Grose.
After meeting with him, Mr. Grose graciously recruited his classes to assist the Museum meet their October 15 deadline. Offering extra credit for those who volunteered at the museum, his classes logged over 45 volunteer hours in a very short period of time. It not only gives them hands-on experience with the 'business' end of history, but it provides an immediate and tangible link to the past, and in particular, to their own local history," said Mr. Grose. Along with Mr. Grose's students, the Museum also received support for The Birthday Celebration from Milly Boyd of The Del Rubio Triplets, Ken Farmer of Ken Farmer Auctions and Appraisals, Wythe County Board of Supervisor Chairman Bucky Sharitz, Town of Wytheville Mayor Trent Crewe, Wytheville Town Councilman Judson Lambert, Wythe-Bland Community Foundation Scholarship recipient's Caleb Whitt and Joshua Mattis, Graphic Design Professor Ken Smith of Radford University, the Joint IDA, Building and Design, and Lilchy Huffman, who portrayed Edith Bolling Wilson. From 1866 to 1899 the second story of the Bolling Building was home to Judge William and Sallie Bolling, young Edith, her ten siblings, and extended family.


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William Grose
Wytheville Community College


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