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When: TUESDAY September 2nd, 2014, 7:00 – 8:55 PM

Where: At the Dan Beard Boy Scout Council (10078 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH)

Speaker: Jack Berninger

Title: GEOLOGY OF CINCINNATI AREA

Description: Jack will give a geological presentation on “ANCIENT OCEANS TO RECENT GLACIERS”.

Cincinnati has it all. Oceans, Glaciers, Volcanoes, Mountains, Caves, Earthquakes, Arches, and Ice Mountain Rivers. Over 250 million years of geologic history can be found in this area of Ohio.

Short Bio: Jack Berninger, a retired Biology teacher who spends his time still educating people on the wonderful and exciting flora and fauna of the Cincinnati and Everglades Regions. Various programs and hikes are conducted for Audubon, Fernald, Astronomical groups, Stone/Douglass Festival, Naples Nature Preserves and other wildlife groups in the above locations. Jack has recently presented for our Miami Group, and OLLI.