The Scarrow Friday Forums 2017

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Loud Hall
Free and Open to the Public

June 23: Bringing the Passenger Train Back to Northern Michigan
James Lively- Program Director at the Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities

June 30: World War II Veterans: What They Did to Win the War from Europe to the Pacific
Jim Aton- Director of Veteran’s Affairs for Emmet County - Tour of the Bay View Museum’s WWII exhibit immediately after.

July 7: The Reem Island Ghost: Framing State Narratives on Terror
Vivian Walker- Professor of National Security Strategy at the War College, Washington D.C.

July 14: Native America Today: A Look at Indigenous Communities in the 21st Century
Eric Hemenway- Director of Repartriation, Archives, and Records for the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians

July 21: The Confusing World of Supplements
Dr. James Lichon- RPh, DDS, NCCM

July 28: Affordability, Accountability, Accessibility: Issues Facing Higher Education Today
Dr. David Finley- Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Lake Superior State University

August 11: Trump Meets the World: Continuity and Change in U.S. Foreign Policy.
Scott T. LaDeur- Ph.D., Instructor of Political Science, North Central Michigan College, Petoskey, MI

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The Bay View Association is located just outside of Petoskey, Michigan on the shore of Little Traverse Bay.

1715 Encampment Ave
P.O. Box 583
Petoskey, MI 49770

Phone: 231-347-6225



Our Mission

To be an institution in which Christian values and traditions are central; To enrich the human experience for individuals and families within Bay View and the surrounding community through a seasonal program of religious, educational, cultural and recreational opportunities; to provide a Christian perspective in a changing world.

The Bay View Association is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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