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Dec. 2, 2022

The Turkey Trot Chronicles (pt 2) - Suzanne Keen, Rotarian and President of Scripps College, on the race and impressions of Claremont.

The Turkey Trot Chronicles (pt 2) - Suzanne Keen, Rotarian and President of Scripps College, on the race and impressions of Claremont.

Dr. Suzanne Keen, who recently assumed the mantle as the President of Scripps College, was gracious enough to take a short break from handing out water bottles at the Rotary booth to speak with Claremont Speaks.  She recounts her journey to, and impressions of Claremont, related how enjoyable being part of the Rotary and the race was, and how she and her husband Fran - running that day - were thrilled at what Claremont and SoCal consider "winter"...having recently come from upper New York state.
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More about Dr. Suzanne Keen
https://www.scrippscollege.edu/president/biography

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