Time: 7:00 PM
Location: DECC, Symphony Hall Duluth
Cost: Free and open to the public
The Chancellor's Office and UMD Employee Wellness Program/Human Resources and Equal Opportunity invite you to a motivational talk that will convey the essence of Chris Crowley's book, "Younger Next Year," with all the passion, optimism, eloquence and humor that have made him a best selling author. The book, "Younger Next Year," is a hopeful book that centers around the science and attitude of aging. Chris will engage the audience and confront us with some interesting facts and challenge us to take a greater responsibility for our health.
Younger Next Year
Thursday, May 30
Symphony Hall, DECC
350 Harbor Dr., Duluth MN
Chancellor Black has agreed to "Twist and Shout" and "Boogie to the Beatles." Come watch him live on stage with Lt. Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon.
Free and open to the public.
At the younger end of the spectrum, we start to age by the end of our twenties, so once you turn thirty, the quality of your life is up to you. It can and should be great if you decide not to give up but to take charge. Younger Next Year is the road map for taking charge.
“So, how do we keep ourselves from decaying? By changing the signals we send to our bodies. The key to overriding the decay code are daily exercise, emotional commitment, reasonable nutrition and a real engagement with living. But it starts with exercise.” Chris Crowley.
To request disability accommodations, please contact
Patrick D. Francisco