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Roundtable Lunches  

EVERY WEDNESDAY DURING TERM JOIN US ONLINE FOR LUNCH!

Roundtable Discussions: Wednesdays, 11:45 –12:45 P.M.

Cost: Free for all who are interested!

Join discussion leaders Jim Badger and Charlie Gray as they invite various educators, leaders, innovators and speakers for roundtable discussions and lectures. Using the online teaching platform Zoom, registrants can call into the class from home and watch and listen to the weekly speakers. Register for the series or individual sessions to receive a link to the Zoom classroom. Reminders will also be sent weekly. Discussions typically include topics that range from politics and culture to history and our local community.

Speakers scheduled for Spring 2021 Term:

March 10 - Rik UjaanViewpoints of a young man from India
Rik is a Wofford College student, Class of 2021 
March 17 - Betsy TeterHub City's 25 years in Spartanburg
March 24 - Van HippHow America Can Win the Cyber War
Van Hipp is Chairman of American Defense International, Inc. in Washington, DC. Van is a 1982 graduate of Wofford.
March 31 - Rob Rain, Spartanburg City Council, How being an elected representative changed him.
April 7 - Dick Carr, PART I How a Humble Fiber Created Fortunes, Wrecked Civilizations and Put America on the Map - based on Big Cotton by Stephen Yafa. Dick Carr is a retired textile executive with Spartan Mills and currently lives in Rock Hill.
April 14 - Will WillimonRender Unto Caesar What is Caesar’s and to God What is God’s in Today’s World.  Will is a 1968 graduate of Wofford.
April 21 - Mike AkeyNational Guard Operations - home and abroad Mike Akey is the president of the South Carolina Military Officers Association of America. (MOAA)
April 28 - Dick CarrPart II How a Humble Fiber Created Fortunes, Wrecked Civilizations and Put America on the Map - based on Big Cotton by Stephen Yafa. Dick Carr is a retired textile executive with Spartan Mills and currently lives in Rock Hill.