SRU’s Slanina presents “Family-Friendly Route 66”
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - Slippery Rock University's Anne Slanina, associate professor of elementary education and early childhood development, was among the featured speakers at the Miles of Possibility Route 66 Conference Oct. 29-31 in Edwardsville, Illinois.
The event featured two days of conference sessions and panel discussions by internationally known Route 66 authors, artists, historians and experts.
Slanina is author of "Annie Mouse's Route 66 Family Vacation," a sequel to the 2010 "Annie Mouse's Route 66 Adventure: A Photo Journal."
Route 66 was established in 1922 and ran continuously from Chicago to Los Angeles, covering 2,448 miles. Interstate expansion closed parts of the original route. Slanina has driven cross-country on it every year since 2006.