Veteran, adventurer and filmmaker Stacy Bare reflects on Afghanistan and the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Plus, volunteers needed to pack 1 million meals for Utah kids.
Stacy Bare, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, US Army Veteran and former Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician. He has been leading transformational expeditions in the outdoors since 2010 through Adventure Not War and now Happy Grizzly Adventures.
Kasey Yardley of Brainstorm, who is leading the Slopes Serves project to pack 1 million meals for kids during this year's Silicon Slopes Summit, Oct. 13-14 at the Salt Palace. The Utah Food Bank will receive the meals and make sure they get to the 1 in 5 Utah kids who are unsure where their next meal will come from.
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