Myrna DuBoisHome Economics Education
I lived at Love Memorial Hall, during its heyday, and sharing all those experiences with such fine and intelligent gals was a real high light. I enjoyed all my classes, especially clothing and design.
I taught Home Economics for one year, then husband Lon and I moved to Saskatchewan, where he got his degree in theology. During that time I worked as a staff supervisor at the University of Sask. For nine years after that I raised our girls and filled the role of pastor's wife. Finally, in 1982, I was able to move into my chosen career, Extension. I served for 27 years, and taught a lot of programs related to family life education, across Northeast Nebraska. I also wrote a lot for UNL, mostly 4-H projects, and a few NebGuides.
Solid knowledge in a number of fields, both Home Economics (Family and Consumer Science), and other general knowledge courses, set me in good stead to teach many audiences and feel comfortable with my background.
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