The ESU Sandhills Chapter is pleased to bring you the 2017-2018 Season.
Within this brochure, you will find complete descriptions of the season's speakers and events. Our Program Committee has done an excellent job putting together a wide variety of topics ...from outer space to cyberspace, from foreign policy and climate change to archeology and history.
In addition, our annual Shakespeare Competition will take place in February. Please see page 7 for more information. We are hoping to expand the program to include more participants, and adding other features to the afternoon. Come out to see the great job that our young competitors do in performing and interpreting Shakespeare. Our support is greatly appreciated by both students and teachers.
In March, we will host over 100 Moore County students at our Middle School Debate competition. See page 8 for information . We encourage you to volunteer as a judge or just come to the debates. This is a well-received program and is always a fun time for everyone . Whether you are new to the area or you have been an ESU member for years, we welcome you and hope you will be part of this exciting season.
John Spangler, President
ESU Sandhills Chapter
The ESU celebrates English as a shared language to foster global understanding and good will by providing educational and cultural opportunities for students, educators, and members.
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