ARCHBOLD, OHIO –Who selects the products you see on the end caps in the grocery store? Can a radio station run without anyone at the control board? What can be done if an injury or birth defect leaves one without an eye? Answers to these questions and more will be revealed during the Center for Lifelong Learning’s upcoming seminar, “Behind the Scenes,” on Friday, October 31. Area residents fifty-five and older are invited to the one-day program at Northwest State Community College.
“Most of our lives, we see what’s on the surface. For this event, we’ll go behind the scenes to learn about and see things that are out of the range of daily living,” said Cecily Rohrs, coordinator of the Center for Lifelong Learning at NSCC. “Anyone who is even remotely curious is sure to find this event fascinating.”
Guest speakers for the day include Brian Miller, owner of Miller Artificial Eye Laboratory; Pat Zickgraf, manager of the Defiance Kroger store; and Dave Kleck, news and sports director at WNDH radio in Napoleon. Following the on-campus presentations, guests will have the option of taking a 20-30 minute tour at a Clear Channel radio station in Defiance or Napoleon.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. with the presentation beginning at 9 a.m. Coffee and cookies will be provided in the morning, with lunch available off-site or at the NSCC Café for $7. Guests must register by Monday, October 27 by calling Cecily Rohrs at 419.267.5502 or emailingcrohrs@NorthwestState.edu. The $5 registration fee is payable at the door.
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