Saturday, February 23, 2013

Thank you, CRHS Broadcasting Classes

On February 12th, I had the privelidge to speak to the broadcasting class at Columbia River High School in Vancouver, WA.  The topic of my presentation was what it is really like to work in the television industry.  This was a great opportunity for me to get back into the classroom, and also to present on another topic other than bigfoot.

I was greeted by some custom landscaping the students had done the day before in preparation for my visit.  It was immediately clear that I was in the right place.

Thank you to both the students and Janine Blackwell, the instructor, who made me feel right at home.

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  1. What's up with Moneymaker's long hair in the recent episodes? He looks like a girly man.


  2. Hey Cliff CRHS is my ole Alma Mater, Class of '70. Bet you worked in a comment or two about bigfoot. You My not know this,... my personal encounter was about a mile or two east of CRHS. Then it was a forty acre cow pasture, behind what is now Geyser Middle School. We can discuss details at the Olympic Project Expedition next week.