Upcoming in St. Charles, Mo.
A Pep Talk with “The Coach” – Cleaning up America’s Rivers with Living Lands & Waters
Presentation and Pep Talk from Mike Coyne-Logan, Educational Facilitator with Living Lands & Waters
Mike will share the inspiring story of Living Lands & Waters, the world’s greatest river clean-up crew. And probably some of the gritty details.
Time and Place
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Shelter #2 - Frontier Park, St. Charles, MO
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Presentation and Pep Talk with Mike Coyne-Logan, Educational Facilitator with Living Lands & Waters
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
6. p.m. Social Hour
7:00 p.m. Presentation
At Pavilion #2 at Frontier Park on the St. Charles Riverfront.
500 N Riverside Dr. – St Charles, MO
Presentation is FREE and open to the public!
Hosted by Greenway Network
NOTE – This is our first gathering since the pandemic. We can’t wait to see you! We will be gathering outside and observing social distancing and wearing masks. Guests should bring a chair and whatever snacks or beverages they prefer. You may make arrangements directly with Bike Stop Cafe to pre-order a box dinner to be delivered to the park. (Thank you Jodi!) Bike Stop Cafe – (636) 724-9900.
Since 1998, Living Lands & Waters has been an inspiring force of nature and industrial might, cleaning up America’s rivers with their skilled river crew and river clean-up barge. We’ll be joined by LLW Educational Facilitator Mike Coyne-Logan (AKA “Nozzie”, AKA “The Coach”), who is his own force of nature.
Mike will share the story of Living Lands & Waters and his story inspiring students and citizens of all ages to make their world a better place, starting NOW!
Mike began as a volunteer with LLW in 2005 and was asked to join the crew in 2007. Mike graduated from Northern Illinois University in 2000 with degrees in history and education. Before joining the Living Lands & Waters team, he worked as a teacher in his hometown of Rock Island, IL. Much like the mighty paddlewheels on the majestic steamboats of yesteryear, Nozzy propels the crew to greatness. His knack for motivational speaking and his go-getter attitude have earned him the nickname “Coach.” His words have inspired thousands of volunteers at hundreds of river cleanups. Mike takes his coaching to the classroom as the Education Facilitator, teaching students about the importance of our nation’s rivers, clean water and recycling. In his spare time, Nozzy enjoys lifting weights, reading, seeing live music and picking up garbage.
This presentation will be located outside at Shelter #2 in Frontier Park in downtown St. Charles, MO.
Shelter #2 is the southern-most pavilion (upstream). Here’s a Google Pin for the location.
You can either park along Riverside Dr. or at the northern end of the parking lot by Lewis and Clark Boathouse & Nature Center.
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