Auburn speaker selected for statewide program

  • Tuesday, November 13, 2018 11:36am
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Auburn resident Eric Davis has been selected to serve on Humanities Washington’s Speakers Bureau.

Humanities Washington, nonprofit organization, is the state’s affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Speakers Bureau is a statewide program that brings experts, scholars, authors and activists in a variety of fields to give free public talks on important issues. These talks take place at libraries, museums and culture centers, including the White River Valley Museum. Davis will be traveling throughout the state over the next two years to discuss sports and culture with his talk, “What Do Sports Teach Our Kids?”

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