There is a stereotype about the crotchety old person who watches out their window and when kids step one foot onto their lawn, they run out onto the porch, shaking their fist and yelling ‘get off my lawn you hooligans!'
Well, today we are going to learn about a Kansan who has impacted our culture simply because she wasn’t the kind of person who would fall into that stereotype. Instead of shaking her fist and yelling at the neighborhood kids, she looked for a way to be more creative and more positive in her approach to keep the kids off her lawn.
What exactly did Elizabeth Krebs do to change culture as we know it? Well, find out in my interview with Katie Miller, President of the Hiawatha Chamber and Visitor’s Bureau.
One note about the audio in this interview. There are some audio problems that I wasn’t able to fix in editing. I didn’t hear them during the actual recording, so I wasn’t able to address it at that time. My apologies about that. They aren’t going to take away from how much you will learn in the episode, I promise!
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