Retirees, alumni, campus and community members are reminded they have the option of attending the next community session for those interested in contributing ideas to UW-Green Bay’s strategic plan. The session is 9:30 a.m. Saturday (April 17) at the Brown County Central Library, 515 Pine St., in Green Bay. The first session in the series, also at the downtown library, took place over the weekend. Nearly 20 people attended and took part in the 75-minute discussion. About a dozen more sessions remain, with most of those to be held on campus. In the April 10 edition of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, education writer Kelly McBride offered a preview that explains the purpose and timetable for developing a new strategic plan: click here.