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The award made it possible for her to write and publish “Sharpie: The Life Story of Evelyn Sharp, Nebraska’s Aviatrix.” Diane belongs to several aviation organizations, has been published in journals and periodicals and has presented at national conferences.
She served as principal consultant for the NETV documentary film “Sharpie: Born To Fly.” Cherrie Beam-Callaway doesn’t lack for stories as she has spent nearly 25 years gathering and recording historic tales from Nebraska families.
For more than 20 years, he has been a volunteer for Haven House, a domestic violence and sexual assault shelter agency.
He is also a long-time participant in UNL’s Advanced Peer Review of Teaching program.
Berg is also one of the most popular instructors for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, a nationwide organization whose UNL chapter is one of the most dynamic in the United States.
Cherrie boasts of being a “true Nebraskan,” as she has lived in both ends of the state and is a fourth generation farm girl.
The pioneer stories are factual and reflect the diversity of the people and land from western to eastern Nebraska.