No. 7: Lunch and Learn


Yeah, we know Mead’s Trapper Keeper was introduced in the 1980s. Sue us. Still, the notebooks were a ubiquitous sight in every classroom across America during HydroVision 94, and while we don’t expect you to take notes in one during the HydroVision International 2014 Closing Luncheon, we think you’ll be interested in what our guest speaker has to say.

Featured during the Alstom-sponsored event will be Tennessee Valley Authority corporate historian Pat Bernard Ezzell, who will share highlights of TVA’s storied history as a hydroelectric power producer and manager of water resources.

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