- May 19, 2014 - CEDARBURG, Wis. --
Being a retired physical education teacher does not stop Mary F. Lubner from doing what she loves to do. Teaching up to eight to ten taekwondo classes a day during her career, Mrs. Lubner enjoys sharing her enthusiasm with people of all ages. Her passion for being an educator came from her mother, who was also a teacher, and her interest in sports; especially taekwondo, which she is a fifth degree black belt. Mrs. Lubner also contributes her time to charities such as the YMCA and 4-H, where she has traveled to South Korea as a chaperone. The most satisfying aspect of being a teacher is helping children develop into young adults and lifelong learners.
On Friday, May 16, 2014 at 5 p.m. EST, Mary will be a guest on Spotlite Radio where she will be sharing her love for sports and her strong interest in working with the youth. Between the combination of the two, Mary was influenced to be a physical education teacher. She will also be sharing how she sees herself living out life and even in retirement she will be continuing to work with an organization called Forage which is a youth organization. She chaperone's trips and volunteers at summer camps, and will continue to do this.
Remember to listen to Spotlite Radio on Friday, May 16, 2014 at 5 p.m. EST for an interview with Mary Lubner. Currently, Mary lives in Cedarburg, WI.