Travellers Tales of Jack Daniels

Wed, Nov 22nd 2017 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Unbelievable Tales of Travel from former Careers Director of the University.

Students Union rehearsal room at 6.00 Wed 22nd Nov.

Former Careers Director of the University, Jack has travelled extensively in some of the most dangerous parts of the world.   He has been mugged, jailed and embarrassed in many situations.  He even has an illegal drinking den in Namibia named after him.

Jack was involved in Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships hosting 185 students from many different countries to St Andrews University.  He also spent some years recruiting students from the USA to come to St Andrews.

An “inspiring” man, he has an extremely positive attitude no matter the circumstances.

Rotaract members listened and chatted with Jack widening their horizons and were impressed with Jack's sense of adventure and attitude to life.

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