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Northern Exposure to Lifelong Learning to host author Wendell Affield

Northern Exposure to Lifelong Learning continues with author Wendell Affield on Wednesday, April 27, at the Mcintosh Community Center, 115 Broadway St. NW.

Author Wendell Affield will be presenting, “Reawakening Memory through our Senses,” on Sunday, April 7, at the Bagley Public Library. Submitted Photo.
Wendell Affield
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MCINTOSH — Northern Exposure to Lifelong Learning continues with author Wendell Affield on Wednesday, April 27, at the Mcintosh Community Center, 115 Broadway St. NW.

Coffee begins at 9 a.m. with the program starting at 9:30 a.m.

Wendell is the author of several books and will be speaking about “Barbara: Uncharted Course Through Borderline Personality Disorder” and his journey over the past 12 years researching his mother, Barbara's struggle.

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Wendell Affield's book, "Barbara, Uncharted Course Through Borderline Personality Disorder."

"Wendell found a great treasure when he unlocked the chicken house at his mother’s place north of Bemidji," a release said. "His grandmother had been a prolific letter writer and by reading her correspondence Wendell was able to better understand his mother’s behavior and the effects of that behavior on himself and his siblings."

Admission is free but donations are appreciated.

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