Hosted by The Most Unlikely Place
Main street, Lewellen, Nebraska
International Long Rider Bernice Ende will be presenting a one hour slide show presentation at The Most Unlikely Place Cafe and Art Gallery, Main street, Lewellen, NE. Please join us as Bernice shares her exciting, often times inspiring, and amusing stories from her 14 years and 30,000 miles of equestrian travel.
Sat. April 21,st 2018 at noon. Lunch menu available. Call Cynthia at 308-778-9557 or email@example.com.
update – time change – talk will begin at 3pm
Join us for an evening discussion on the life and career of Linda Francis James Benitt, the first female graduate of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The presentation will begin by briefly exploring the context of women at Harvard at the turn of century, as well as Linda James’ life in Boston as a young student. Next, Bernice Ende, Linda’s great niece, will share her personal insights on Linda’s life, as well how she inspired her toward ultimately becoming a “lady long rider”.
Linda Frances Jamess (pictured above in 1915) was the first woman to graduate from the Harvard-M.I.T. School for Health Officers (predecessor of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health), receiving her C.P.H. in 1917. As a young public health professional in Boston, Linda worked as a Medical Social Worker at Massachusetts General Hospital, and and the Director of After-Care Division at the Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commission. Her professional life shifted in 1922 when she married William A. Benitt, a young attorney from Goodhue, Minnesota. The couple decided to leave their careers and become farmers on Apple Acres—a 200-acre farm in South Washington County, Minnesota.In addition to life on the farm, James remained an active advocate for education, public health, and community. A two-part blog series on Linda is available here.
Bernice Ende was raised on a Minnesota dairy farm where riding was always an integral part of her life. After pursuing a career teaching classical ballet on the west coast, Ende moved to Trego, Montana, a remote part of North West Montana where she continued teaching ballet. Her retirement in 2003 brought not a lack of activity, but rather a change in focus. Drawn back to riding, Bernice felt the pull of the open road and adventure inherent in serious riding. Her first ride in 2005 has continued into the present. Now thirteen years later, having acquired nearly 30,000 equestrian miles, she inspires and encourages female leadership with her travels. For more information Ende, visit her website: www.endeofthetrail.com
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Minot Room, 5th Floor
Harvard Medical School
10 Shattuck Street, Boston MA 02115
Free and open to the public.
Registration is required. Questions? Email us at ContactChom@hms.harvard.edu.
I will be giving a slideshow presentation for the Back Country Horseman on September 13th at 7pm in the First National Bank, Libby Montana.
For more information contact Cindy Betlach – 406 295-5781
Public is welcome.
Three events scheduled for the 3rd week of April
Hope to see you at one of them!