Join us for the Spring 2014 program....
Paul Wannenmacher will speak on his career as a documentary filmmaker.
Focusing on the history and culture of the Ozarks, Paul Wannenmacher's work has looked at regional artists, the Civil War, and mining in the tri-state area.
Saturday, April 12, 2014
The Tower Club
11:15 a.m. (beginning with lunch at 11:30, followed by the program.)
Reservations are required. Members and visitors are welcome to attend.
The reservation form is available as a PDF.
About our speaker:
We are pleased to have local documentary filmmaker Paul Wannenmacher as our guest speaker. Paul founded Wannenmacher Advertising Company in 1985. From 1980 to 1985, he was Advertising Manager for McDonald’s Restaurants in the Detroit region and the New Orleans region.
Prior to that, Paul was Vice-President and Account Supervisor for Stolz Advertising in St. Louis. Paul is a graduate of Evangel University.
Paul Wannenmacher has also pursued a successful career as a documentary filmmaker. Focusing on the history and culture of the Ozarks, he has completed films on artists Thomas Hart Benton and Charles Banks Wilson, the Civil War battle of Newtonia, and the Tri-State Mining District.
These films have aired on Ozarks Public Television.
For more information on this meeting, contact Anne Baker, GCHS Secretary. She can be reached
at 417-569-6188 or by email.