Betty Ladwig talks with fifth-graders from Lewis Elementary during the "Boeing Wichita Presents: Earth Day Kansas" at the Sedgwick County Zoo. Ladwig is a volunteer with the Waste Control and Recycling Coalition. She asked the students to guess how many bottles were in the 500-pound cube she brought. The answer was 15,860. (April 19, 2012)
Betty Ladwig talks with fifth-graders from Lewis Elementary during the "Boeing Wichita Presents: Earth Day Kansas" at the Sedgwick County Zoo. Ladwig is a volunteer with the Waste Control and Recycling Coalition. She asked the students to guess how many bottles were in the 500-pound cube she brought. The answer was 15,860. (April 19, 2012) The Wichita Eagle
Betty Ladwig talks with fifth-graders from Lewis Elementary during the "Boeing Wichita Presents: Earth Day Kansas" at the Sedgwick County Zoo. Ladwig is a volunteer with the Waste Control and Recycling Coalition. She asked the students to guess how many bottles were in the 500-pound cube she brought. The answer was 15,860. (April 19, 2012) The Wichita Eagle

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