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Exploring the National Parks: Yellowstone and the Grand Teton
COMING TO YOU ON ZOOM
Cabin Fever got you down? Itching to get out and explore the Great Outdoors? Always wanted to see Wyoming? Here's a remedy- let's take a virtual trip to Yellowstone and the Grand Teton National Parks this Sunday afternoon!
Cheryl Suchors, one of our own members from the Eastern MA Region, loves to travel and has generously volunteered to share some highlights of hiking the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
Note: Zoom Meeting Details will be sent in your confirmation email OR later via a separate email.
Before the Presentation:
Please join in a few minutes before the presentation (which begins at 5PM) and introduce yourself- your name and your regional affiliation. We will be using the chat feature of ZOOM which will enable everyone to post questions you might have during the presentation which will be addressed by Cheryl during the Q & A segments.
There will be pictures and video clips that might best be viewed using a computer monitor, laptop or iPad sized device (a phone screen might be too small to view the slides).
Bio for Cheryl Suchors
Cheryl Suchors is the award-winning author of 48 PEAKS, Hiking and Healing in the White Mountains, the story of a woman determined to heal from breast cancer and the loss of her best friend by immersing herself in nature and mountains, despite her fear of heights. Women’s friendships play a pivotal role in her quest, as do various blueprints she creates for success. Kirkus Reviews called the book, “An inspiring yet relatable true story with exciting scenes and plenty of heart.”
Suchors began writing at age six, when she wrote a play starring her sister and herself. She continued to write poetry until she took a detour through the business world for twenty years. She holds degrees from Harvard Business School and Smith College. Her memoir, 48 PEAKS, Hiking and Healing in the White Mountains, was published by She Writes Press in September, 2018. The book has been awarded a Silver Medal by the Independent Publishers Book Awards.
BookBub included it as one of “10 Life Changing Memoirs To Pick Up This Fall.” The Culturalist listed it as one of the “Top Ten Travel and Adventure Memoirs That Will Leave You Inspired”, and PopSugar chose the book as one of “7 New Nonfiction Books for People Who Don’t Like Nonfiction.”
Cheryl’s work has appeared in literary journals, magazines, e-zines, and an anthology. She lives with her husband in Cambridge, Massachusetts and wishes their grown daughter lived nearby.
This WOOF event is brought to you courtesy of the generosity of your presenter, along with the hard work and creativity of your board of directors: Lisa Vaas, Bonna Wieler, Anna DeSousa, Mary Charney, Paris Horan, and Kris Mujica. Also, none of this could happen without the enormous contributions of our web maven, Sandy Zohari. Rockstars, all! If you'd like to work on fun projects like this, consider joining us. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you.
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