Awesome Advocate at Wolverine Farm Publishing Co. & Bookstore!
We had a great time with Evan Brengle, manager at Wolverine Farms Bookstore Monday afternoon.
Evan, who has been working to help establish Wolverine Farm Publishing and Bookstore for over 5 years, was a happy, easy going gentleman. As the bookstore manager, Evan embodies everything scholarly; including his favorite pastime, which, of course, was reading!
As we were talking, Evan mentioned he saw Nick’s Spread the Word presentation several years ago at Rocky Mountain High School while working as a Paraprofessional. This is job requires a man who is very kind with a very large heart. We witnessed this amazing amount of patience and understanding, as Evan interacted with the youngest, most wild and unfiltered “employee” of Awesome in Action, Ms. Olivia Rose.
Evan invited us to meet at Wolverine Farms Letter Press and Publick House to discuss the carrying Nick’s children’s books, and gave Nick the opportunity to read Helping in Action during Little Wolverine Story Hour at the Wolverine Farms Bookstore. Date TBA!
Evan was quick to offer many opportunities to connect with Awesome in Action, and to share all the great events hosted by the Publick house. For instance, coming up this Friday, Sept. 30th from 8-10 pm, will be a Talent Show.
We were delighted at the opportunity to connect with this nonprofit company which focuses on literacy and arts in Northern Colorado. It is always awesome when 2 like-minded businesses can pair up to become a stronger source of education and awareness for our community.
We think Evan is a stellar Human Being, and are so excited to see where this connection is Able to lead!
Posted on September 28, 2016, in Awesome Advocate, Awesome in Action, Books, community events, Events, family, Fort Collins, Helping in Action - Book, Local, Outreach and tagged art, book, children, Colorado, community, community events, Fort Collins, independent publishing, local business, Wolverine Farm Publishing Company and Bookstore, Wolverine Farms Letter Press and Publick House. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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