The Harvard Club of Naples
Invites you to
A Panel Discussion of Hurricane Ian: Experiences, Reaction, and Impact
You will learn:
What it takes to survive being in a storm surge for 9 hours
How the Collier Community has come together to recover
What the impact has been on the region and what it takes to respond
And much more!
Join fellow alumni for a riveting discussion of Hurricane Ian.
Hurricane Ian made landfall in Southwest Florida as a Category 4 hurricane on September 28.
It caused severe and widespread damage throughout our region, and already ranks as the second most
destructive hurricane in U.S. history. Many of our members and neighbors experienced the destruction
first-hand. Recovery efforts are evident and widespread and will last for years.
We have assembled a fascinating panel to stimulate discussion of this terrible storm and its aftermath:
Attorney, Cohen & Grigsby
Member, Harvard Club
AB '68, JD '74
President/CEO, Collier Community Foundation
President & CEO, Harry Chapin Food Bank
President, Harvard Club
Hugh will describe his hair-raising first-hand experience with
|Eileen will discuss the Collier community's response to the hurricane and its aftermath||Richard will discuss the regionwide response to the hunger and human services needs of those impacted.|
You won't want to miss this fascinating discussion.
Tuesday, December 13, 2022
Tickets: $55.00 Per Person
Tiburón Golf Club
2620 Tiburón Dr, Naples, FL 34109
This Event Features
A Panel Discussion, with Audience Question Period
Plated luncheon (chicken)
Come and join us for a thought-provoking lunch discussion.
Please contact the Club Administrator, Tricia Wansor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 954-914-3148