CT Experiential Learning Center (CELC) presents
Water Science with the Whitney Water Center to benefit LifeStraw®
Join us for an exciting lunch gathering, film presentation, and water science class on Monday, 9 January beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Peter Cleary, Communications Director with Vestergaard Frandsen, Incorporated will speak with students and families, and show a film documenting its work to save lives.
In addition, Brett Leckey, a 10-year old who initiated his own project (Ucan2) devoted to LifeStraw®, will also speak about his fundraising efforts to better peoples’ lives throughout the world.
Following the presenation will be a water science class from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.:
MAGIC OF MICROSCOPY – What are some of the smallest things that live in the Mill River? Students will learn the basic parts of a microscope and look at and identify some of the smallest plants and animals in the food chain. Based on their ?ndings, they will try to determine if the water is healthy.
All to take place at the Whitney Water Center at 945 Whitney Avenue in Hamden, CT.
The cost for this event is a donation in any amount towards LifeStraw® – a personal water filter making it safe for people throughout the world to drink safely from contaminated water sources.
To register and for more information contact us at [email protected]
or call 203-433-4658 / 203-215-2317