Time: October 23, 2017 all day
Location: Frontline, in Malvern near the PA Turnpike Exit 320
Street: 1400 Atwater Drive
City/Town: Malvern, PA 19355
Event Type: agiletour, meade, conference
Organized By: John Voris, Lead Coordinator
Latest Activity: Aug 24, 2018
October 23, 2017
. . . . . The Agile Tour at AgilePhilly
. . . THIS IS THE AGILEPHILLY BIG ANNUAL ONE-DAY CONFERENCE
( We moved the date from October 16 )
FEED BACK and CONFERENCE INFO
The survey to gauge interest is now CLOSED. It was HERE
The session grid of the topics and speakers
so you can plan your day is HERE
The link to buy tickets ( $20 ) is at https://agilephilly.ticketleap.com/agile-philly-october-23rd
-======== Our Theme This Year ============-
Philly hails her victor of Gettysburg,
General George Gordon Meade, of course.
And that fine little guy who served under him . . .
His nickname - Old Baldy - his Horse.
Five days prior is the 130th anniversary of the Statue of General Meade in Fairmount Park near the Please Touch Museum. Suitable suggestions on how to commemorate this are encouraged, starting with signing the petition to move his statue to City Hall.
The statue went up fifteen years after Meade’s death, in front of several thousand people and many Civil War veterans, on October 18th, 1887.
After the dedication, the Fairmount Park Art Association held a gala at the Union League downtown with six hundred guests including General Meade’s West Point classmates, a number of his personal staff and aids, many who had served under him when he commanded the Army of the Potomac.
Meade was a Philadelphia native and co-founder of Fairmount Park. But General Meade's most remembered accomplishment was his defeat of General Robert E Lee at Gettysburg on July 3rd, 1863.
The theme of this year's Agile Tour is
and for inspiration, a quote in an article on Bravery resonates
The book of life has no scrap pages, write with care
So too is Walk fast to follow your people because you are their leader