A Conversation on Nile Kinnick

Friday, August 19th, 2011 | Speaking

nile kinnick museum posterMike will be one of the featured speakers at an event this weekend to raise money for a Nile Kinnick Museum in Adel. The event starts at 7 pm in Adel and will also feature comments from Jim Zabel, via teleconference, and host Jim Miller.

A kick-off event is scheduled for Saturday, August 20th, at 7:00 p.m. at the ADM High School Auditorium for the Nile Kinnick Institute & Museum project. “A Conversation on Nile Kinnick, with Jim Zabel, Mike Chapman & Jon Miller” will be an informative and entertaining evening featuring three of Iowa’s most noted sports broadcasters and journalists. It will also be an opportunity for people to learn more about this exciting project for Adel.

Jim Zabel is the former sports director at WHO Radio & TV who now resides in Arizona. Mr. Zabel will take part in the conversation via telecommunication from Phoenix. On stage at the Auditorium will be Mike Chapman, editor of the Iowa History Journal, author of 22 books, and Nile Kinnick historian. The host for the evening will be Jon Miller, founder and publisher of Hawkeyenation.com, and WHO Radio and Big Ten Network sports analyst.

Tickets are $10 and will be available for purchase at several local Adel businesses – including all bank locations; at the door the evening of the event, or tickets can be reserved online by going to nile kinnick museum – dot – com .

Pick up your tickets at many Adel businesses or online at www.nilekinnickmuseum.com.

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