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Lunch And Learn – Three Veterinarians & Their Animal Tales
February 21, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Three Veterinarians & Their Animal Tales // a panel discussion with vets Steve Metz, Marv Greenberg & Gary Sturgis.
Our panel of vets will discuss some of their experiences in dealing with pets and other animals, and share some of what they’ve learned from their many years of veterinary practice.
About OZ’s Lunch and Learns:
Returning to Ohavi Zedek’s Social Hall as an in-person event! (No Zoom unless conditions change.)
A delicious lunch will be offered. Speakers covering a wide range of topics. Seating will be available for those who want to stay masked and not join us for lunch. Our goal is for everyone to feel comfortable and enjoy the talks.
Upcoming Lunch And Learns:
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It is my pleasure to announce that Wayne Senville has graciously consented to take over thereins at Lunch & Learn, the once-a-month program that I have been honored to chair since2007. It was time for a change, and Wayne is eminently qualified to step in and continue toseek out speakers and presentations that reflect our Jewish and community interests.Wayne, who holds a law degree and a Master’s in City Planning, came to Vermont in 1988 withhis family to accept the position of Director of Local and Regional Planning Assistance in the VTDept. of Housing and Community Affairs. He subsequently founded a citizen planners journal,which gained nationwide readership, and was the recipient of many awards and honors in theplanning field. Attuned to social justice, both he and his wife, Lila Shapero, continue to have anactive voice in neighborhood and community issues, and beyond. Wayne himself was a Lunch &Learn presenter in 2008 (“Across America on Route 50: Conversations with Citizens andPlanners on the State of Our Cities & Towns”) and again in 2019 (“How the 1903 KishinevPogrom Shocked the World”). Look for an exciting L&L series in 2022/23, with innovative ideas, including panel discussions. A shift from Thursdays to Tuesdays, too!