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The news of the death of Senator Arlen Specter yesterday was noteworthy for a few reasons. First and foremost the nation has lost a long serving and capable public servant. His death also marks the end of another era in American political life. The senate he served in was once a place of civility and high-minded pursuit of effective public policy. Today it is all about dogma and disparagement Moderate northeastern Republicans like Specter, offered a counter balance to more extreme right and in my opinion we all benefited from that middle road.
Specter was tough and pragmatic, with a political career that began with the Warren Commission and ended with the Tea Party. In my photography career I was able to photograph and observe the senator in action on a couple of occasions. What I recall most from watching in the Senate hearing room was his intensity and his no-nonsense approach. We would be well served as a nation if we had more like him. Agree with him or not, the man always earned respect. RIP sir.
On Monday (7-9-12) I will be Kevin Willett’s guest on his radio show broadcast on WSMN radio in Nashua, NH. Kevin is the founder of the FRIENDS OF KEVIN NETWORKING GROUP, a really terrific business networking group that I am a member of. He connects business people from around the Merrimack valley and southern New Hampshire together with his program of events and activities.
There are two things about this group that make it distinctly different from the other business networking groups I have experienced. The first is Kevin’s goal of doing some good for the communities while helping members build their businesses. He opens the group to not for profits, leveraging the network to support their needs in any way possible.
The other feature of the group adds to its effectiveness, is Kevin himself. This guy is really working on behalf of the members, deploying a mix of technology (social media) and a friendly personal touch. The FRIENDS OF KEVIN RADIO SHOW, that I am a guest on tomorrow, is a perfect example of the extra value he provides members.
I am looking forward to our conversation and having a unique platform for getting the word out about my photo services and photography workshops. Please listen in from 11 to 12 to WSMN 1590 radio to catch his program. I am scheduled from 11:40 to 12:00.
We will be discussing how to use photography for business communications and social media, specifically how my commercial photography services can add to bottom line. The other topic we will cover is my program of digital photography workshops and photographer tours. I have a number of events, like the Bronx Zoo Photographer Tour (July 21) and my Photo Walk Workshops that I want to promote to Kevin’s audience.