Look Who’s Talking: Sharing Amazing Stories at Boone Sunrise Rotary

The Boone Sunrise Rotary Club meets Tuesdays at 7:30 am (and yes, there IS coffee) at the Boone Courtyard by Marriott (map) for breakfast and a dynamic program each week on a variety of topics.

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Appalachian State University Professor Dr. Dinesh Paudel helped trained residents of Katmandu to install and operate water filters in the aftermath of the tragic earthquake in Nepal. Paudel will talk about his experience at the Oct. 6 meeting of the Boone Sunrise Rotary.

Here are a few confirmed upcoming speakers:

Sept. 15: Wes Berry of Western Youth Network. A former WHS Pioneer and Appalachian State alum, Wes is a true High Country native! With deep family roots in Watauga County, he now enjoys putting his skill set towards raising funds for The Western Youth Network and their mission of “Building youth of character and confidence in the High Country.”

Sept. 29: Jim Pitts of Blue Ridge Mountain Club. As the general manager of Blue Ridge Mountain Club, Jim is responsible for all community and strategic development initiatives, and oversees each management division.

davis_0Oct. 6: Dr. Harry Davis, ASU Banking Professor, The Joy of Economic Forecasting (Harry Davis Bio)

Oct. 20: Dr. Dinesh Paudel of ASU; Nepal Earthquake Relief Experience

erich_schlenkerOct. 27: Erich Schlenker, Managing Director-Center for Entrepreneurship at ASU

If you have an idea for a prospective program speaker, contact President-Elect Rosa Ivey

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