The life and the work of the late S. Lee King will be honored July 24 at the Wyman Center in Eureka when a new teen leadership hall opens.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- James Baer
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Information for this article was provided by the Wyman Center in Eureka. Wyman Center staffers in Eureka will honor the legacy of its former board chairman—the late S. Lee Kling—with the opening of a new hall devoted to teen leadership and service that bears his name. Kling was a resident of Westwood. A ceremony to christen the new hall will be held Tuesday at the center, beginning at 6 p.m. The new S. Lee Kling Hall of Teen Leadership and Service on Wyman’s Eureka campus provides a 4,500-square-foot venue dedicated to learning and technology, and providing teens with a place to work with the tools they will need to be successful in today’s world. Teens who attend Wyman’s summer residency programs will use the hall during lessons in …
The 2nd annual 5-mile race held at the Wyman Center enables athletes to enjoy the beauty of Eureka's woodsy charm.
Dubbed the most scenic and challenging trail race in the St. Louis area, the 2nd annual Wobble Gobble 5-mile race hosted Nov. 19 by the Wyman Center in Eureka attracted 49 brave athletes. Wyman Center race organizer Jeff Clark said the trail features a 5-mile course that combines flat roads, wooded trails, creeks and several elevation changes. "Walkers are also welcome just to enjoy the fabulous fall colors," he said. Entry fee was $40 each, with proceeds benefiting the Wyman Teens program. For a complete list of 2011 Wobble Gobble participants and their race times, click here. Judy Poppinghaus emerged as the overall winner. Eureka-based Wyman Center is a nonprofit organization nationally recognized as experts in developing teens. Wyman’s …