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Smokey Visits the Wild Wild West

Four UT alumni and employees recently helped Smokey mark Wyoming and Montana off his travel wish list.

Visiting the Old Faithful Geyser in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, are, left to right: Donna Bradley, who received her master’s degree in agriculture extension education in 2005 and now works for UT as an extension agent in Hickman County; Nancy Rucker, who received her master’s degree in human resource development in 2000 and now works for UT as extension agent and county director in Cheatham County; Jill Martz, who received her doctorate in human ecology in 2004 and is a former UT Extension employee; and David Yates, who received his bachelor’s degree in agricultural business in 1987 and his master’s degree in agricultural economics in 1989 and now works for UT as an extension area specialist.

The same group visited the Roosevelt Arch at the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Gardiner, Mont. In that photo, left to right, are Martz, Bradley, Rucker and Yates.

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