Hartwick College Welcomes Doc Hendley Back for Common Read

Hartwick College Welcomes Author,

Doc Hendley, Back for Common Read

Peer leaders for Wick 101 pose with author Doc Hendley, whose book " Wine to Water", was this year's common read book. Hendley spoke to gathered students about the drilling of wells in third world nations and its impact on hundreds of thousands of people. The movement has spawned 11 chapters nationally, the largest being at Hartwick with 80 members. Front row: Paola Espinoza, Ann Cannon, Cosima Compton, Rachael Stethers, Cady Kuebler, Gina DeVoto, Krystina Rivera. Middle Row: Emily Weite, Alicia Clapper, Kara Connelly, Becca Krowitz, Doc Hendley, Sarah Fairbairn, Amanda Robinson, Shayanne DeBaker. Top row: John Talbot, Jacob Sinicki, James Canal, Kiana Bringham, Allie Ricci, Melijah Purvis, Maddy Paul, Justin Hoskins, Nicholas Celestino.
Peer leaders for the Wick 101 class pose with author Doc Hendley, whose book “Wine to Water,” is once again the Hartwick Common Read.  Hendley spoke this evening to students at the Lambros Arena about the positive impact of drilling of water wells in Third World nations. His Wine to Water movement has spawned 11 chapters nationally, with Hartwick’s 80-member club being the largest.  In the front, from left, Paola Espinoza, Ann Cannon, Cosima Compton, Rachael Stethers, Cady Kuebler, Gina DeVoto, Krystina Rivera. Middle Row: Emily Weite, Alicia Clapper, Kara Connelly, Becca Krowitz, Doc Hendley, Sarah Fairbairn, Amanda Robinson, Shayanne DeBaker. Top row: John Talbot, Jacob Sinicki, James Canal, Kiana Bringham, Allie Ricci, Melijah Purvis, Maddy Paul, Justin Hoskins, Nicholas Celestino. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

 


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