The public is invited to join us at 1:00 PM for a special talk by raconteur Larry Brown on: "Widening the Corridor West: the Role of the Boone's Lick Road." The talk will follow a short business meeting.
Larry Brown is a retired Assistant Professor of Human Geography at the University of Missouri, Columbia. He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, in Sociology; received the Masters of Divinity from Christian Theology Seminary, Indianapolis; and the Masters of Arts in Geography from the University of Missouri, Columbia. In addition to teaching at MU, he taught at Stephens College and the Missouri School of Religion. He pastored congregations for thirty years in Nebraska, Indiana, and Missouri before becoming a full time professor.
Brown now devotes more time to storytelling. He is a co-founder and current co-president of the Mid-Missouri Organization for Storytelling (MOST) centered in Columbia, MO, former board member of the National Storytelling Network (NSN), former Chair of the Storytelling In Higher Education SIG of NSN, and a member of the National Organization of Biblical Storytellers.