Enjoy an evening of adventure with local Road Scholar/CORSAG travelers, Rusty & Joanne Crouse, Brenda Dutton, and Drusanne Shaulis. Learn about Road Scholar's educational travel programs for older adults offered by the not-for-profit organization Elderhostel since 1975. Also discover CORSAG, the Central Ohio Road Scholar Alumni Group, that offers local travel events, plus quarterly programs for members and guests to share their travel experiences.
Rusty Crouse, a former Bexley resident and retired engineer, enjoys frequent Road Scholar travels with his wife, Joanne. They also journeyed with their grandchildren to Utah for an intergenerational program which included hands-on experiences at an animal sanctuary. Rusty chairs CORSAG's Special Events committee.
History buff Brenda Dutton, a retired library manager, community volunteer, and activist, traveled to Idaho for a program about the historical setting and literary art of detective fiction set in Medieval times. Brenda is a member of CORSAG's Program committee.
Drusanne Shaulis has volunteered and worked with many public health, community, and professional organizations. Her first Road Scholar adventure trip took her to an Indian/Native American reservation in the Verde Valley in Arizona. The presenters were local Native Americans, cowboys, and an author whose ancestors were settlers in Sedona. Drusanne is a member of CORSAG's Special Events committee.