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Sergeant Major (Retired) Jerry L. Glesmann
Sergeant Major (Retired) Jerry L. Glesmann
Salem City Club views Afghanistan Through the Eyes of Two Retired Soldiers (Photo) - 11/16/21

Salem, OR,  (Nov. 16, 2021) - On Fri., Nov. 19 at noon on Zoom, the Salem City Club hosts AFGHANISTAN: Through the Eyes of Those Who Served.

Colonel Dial and Sergeant Major Glesmann (both retired) will each present a one-year microcosm of the long war, providing the dynamics of the relationships among their Army National Guard units and the Afghanistan Army, police and civilians.

To register for the webinar, go to https://salemcityclub.com/, click the tab that says “Events,” click “Register,” and once registered, a spot will be reserved for the event. Registrants will be sent a link for the Zoom Webinar. Meetings are free for members and $5 for nonmembers.


 

Phil Keisling
Phil Keisling
Salem City Club Discusses Demographic Changes and their Impact on Oregon's Political Future with Phil Keisling (Photo) - 11/04/21

Salem, OR,  (Nov. 4, 2021) - On Fri., Nov. 5 at noon on Zoom, the Salem City Club hosts Phil Keisling: Demographic Changes and their Impact on Oregon’s Political Future.

Reflecting on Oregon’s new realities and drawing on more than four decades of experience in journalism, elected politics, the private sector, and higher education, Phil Keisling will speak on Oregon’s demographic changes and their impact on the political future. Keisling will also explore ways we might transcend differences and help forge a renewed sense of common identity as Oregonians.

Keisling, a Yale graduate in American Studies, retired from his most recent job as director of the Center for Public Service in the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University in 2019. He has devoted much of his time since to his volunteer work as founder and chair of the National Vote at Home Institute.

To register for the webinar, go to https://salemcityclub.com/, click the tab that says “Events,” click “Register,” and once registered, a spot will be reserved for the event. Registrants will be sent a link for the Zoom Webinar. Meetings are free for members and $5 for nonmembers.


 

Attached Media Files: Phil Keisling , Salem City Club Logo