UW-Green Bay Prof. Steve Meyer’s homemade salsa (mild, medium, and hot) makes its return at the “checkout” stand at the 25th Annual Heirloom Plant Sale. Meyer makes 300+ pints of salsa each year with donated proceeds going directly to the Katie Hemauer Memorial Scholarship. Hemauer was an exceptional student, and Meyer was a friend and mentor. She passed away in November of 2005 in a tragic car accident, killed as the result of someone driving while intoxicated. Meyer established the scholarship in her memory in 2014 to support future generations of students who shared her curiosity of the natural environment and commitment to campus and community. Meyer’s salsa (mild, medium, and hot) will also be available Friday and Saturday at the “checkout stand” if you wish to pick some up and make a donation to the Katie Hemauer Memorial Scholarship.
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