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Columbia Basin Badger Club
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A Community Forum for Civic Discourse
'Tackling the Important topics of the day!'

Our club never takes sides but our speakers do

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Our monthly forums are open to the public. Knowledgeable officials and experts are invited to debate and to answer members' questions, presented in a spirited format.


The name Columbia Basin Badgers reflects our tenacity when seeking clear information, and reminds all to retain a sense of humor and civility while tackling tough issues. The club member at each forum who "digs the deepest" wins a prized stuffed Badger.

You can be part of this exploration of ideas. We'd love to have you join us.

 
Next Meeting:

 Register

Do hidden creatures live in the Pacific Northwest?
(Annual Meeting)

 

 

When: Thursday Jan 29th, 2015 

Where: 6p Richland Red Lion

 

SOLD OUT 

 

RSVP:                           https://cbbc.clubexpress.com
or                                   Email RSVP@ColumbiaBasinBadgers.com 
or                                   Call our message phone at 736-1979

Cancellation Deadline:   Noon on Tuesday, January 27th; No-Shows will be charged.

Cost:                             FREE for members, $25 for non members, $30 Day of event

 

Tickets: Register

 


 

Columbia Basin Badger Club

 

Program:

 

Come hear Jeff Meldrum of Idaho State University and author of 'Sasquatch: Legend Meet Science' discuss this mystery.
 
 Jeff Meldrum

DR. JEFF MELDRUM, Professor of Anthropology from Idaho State University will give a talk and discuss his acclaimed book, Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science. Medrum’s book takes a detailed look at the scientific DNA and forensic evidence gathered on Sasquatch.Meldrum has published numerous academic papers ranging from vertebrate evolutionary morphology, the emergence of bipedal locomotion in modern humans and Sasquatch and is a co-editor of a series of books on paleontology. Meldrum also coedited From Biped to Strider: The Emergence of Modern Human Walking with Charles E. Hilton. He edited the textbook From Biped to Strider (Springer, 2004)Meldrum has attracted media attention due to his interest in Bigfoot. Skeptic Brian Dunning writes that “The work of responsible scientists like Dr. Meldrum is exactly what true skeptics should be asking the Bigfoot community for, not criticizing him for it.”

Spotted recently in Richland:
 
Mike and Andy with Sasqatch
 
 

 

 

TO SIGN UP FOR A FORUM

1) Clicking on the Calender of Events

2) Click on the Forum you want to attend on the calender

3) Follow the on screen directions

4) The cost of the Forum is $20.00 for members and $25.00 for non members

 

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