GET IN THE GAME ... Philippians 3:13-14


Science CampExplore Your Senses
Increase Your Engineering Skills with Bridge Construction
Discover Focus, Refraction, Reflection to Make a Solar Marshmallow Roaster
Learn about Freezing and Melting by Making Your Own Ice Cream

Come to science camp and participate in these fun activities and more! We are back and excited to have fun while learning about science. Peter will be helping remotely, while in Chicago in his third year of medical school. His dad, Mark, will be on hand at science camp. We sure hope you can join us for a three day adventure!


cheryl-wallaceCHERYL WALLACE
Cheryl has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a medical degree specializing in Pediatrics. She has practiced medicine in Minnesota since 1994 leaving medical practice in 2016.  She has made it her goal to reach out to children and families providing learning opportunities so children can experience how much fun science can be. Cheryl has provided medical learning opportunities to primary schools in her area, teaching children about the human body. She has paralleled her passion for medical science and pediatrics with her passion for teaching, devoting her time to the education of kiddos who love science.


Mark is currently retired after many years as a manufacturing executive. His education includes an Associate of Applied Science in electronics, Master of Science degree in Process Control, as well as a Master in Business Administration with a focus on finance. His interests include carpentry, gardening, and volunteering. Mark enjoyed several years as a volunteer firefighter for the City of Elk River. He currently volunteers at Prairie Oak helping out with just about anything that needs to be done.


peter-wallacePETER WALLACE
Peter graduated from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2019 with a major in biochemistry and double minor in physics and music. He is currently in his third year of medical school at Chicago Medical School living in a suburb of Chicago while training at hospitals located around the Chicago area. His experience includes working as an Emergency Medical Technician for the University of Minnesota and at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital Emergency Department in Minneapolis. He plays banjo, piano, bass guitar, and bag pipes. Other interests include martial arts with a second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and “do it yourself” design. He enjoys teaching others how science can be fun, interactive, and useful in day-to-day life.
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