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Thursday, January 10
Managing Resources on the Oak Ridge Reservation in a Changing EnvironmentLarry Kelly, Manager, DOE Oak Ridge Office
Advocates for the Oak Ridge Reservation and
Oak Ridge Heritage and Preservation Association Joint Meeting
7:00 PM — 8:00 PM, Wildcat Den, Midtown Community Center,
102 Robertsville Road, Oak Ridge
Contact: Jennifer Smith (email@example.com), 865.574.8452
AbstractBoth of the sponsoring groups are local citizen-led nonprofit organizations with missions of preserving, enhancing, and fostering appreciation of and community benefits from elements of Oak Ridge's unique heritage. AFORR's main focus is on the natural resources and other assets of the DOE Oak Ridge Reservation (www.aforr.org). ORHPA focuses on Oak Ridge's history and its built environment (www.orhpa.org). They hope this meeting will provide an opportunity for their members to get acquainted with Kelly, as well as to help him learn about their interests in the DOE-managed resources that he is responsible for as manager of the Oak Ridge Office.
About the Speaker
Larry Kelly, manager of the Department of Energy (DOE) Oak Ridge Office, holds a chemical engineering degree from the University of Mississippi and an MBA degree from the University of Tennessee. Before being named to his current position, he had worked for DOE Oak Ridge for 21 years and before that was with TVA. One of his current responsibilites is management of the Oak Ridge Reservation, including addressing cross-cutting issues and activities among DOE programs and organizations.