OLLI UO Member Grows Ducks in a Row

Zucchini Duck

Stan, OLLI-UO member and UO professor emeritus of geography grew this zucchini in his garden and brought it in to share with the Spanish Conversation study group at the UO Baker Downtown Center. The Zucchini Duck was an immediate success among his peers and the program staff. Go Ducks!

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a non-credit program that offers a year-round schedule of lectures, short courses, study and discussion groups, tours, and field trips. Events are offered during the day, Monday-Friday. Program participation is open to all members who have paid either a twelve or six-month membership fee.


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Heather F says ... on Wednesday, Sep 14 at 4:57 PM

Now that is a serious Duck Fan! Way to go Stan!

Laura says ... on Monday, Sep 12 at 6:21 PM

We love our ducks!

Patrick says ... on Monday, Sep 12 at 3:30 PM

I think this is FAN tastic! go DUCKS!!

Sandi says ... on Friday, Sep 9 at 6:50 PM

It's even green and yellow! Go Ducks!

Debbie J. says ... on Friday, Sep 9 at 6:37 PM


Yahsolait Frazier-Gorby says ... on Friday, Sep 9 at 3:52 PM

That is so cool! Go Ducks!

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