Treasure Train: Local Author Bob Young Joins Us on October 31


July 29, 2013 by Ayman Fadel

The Treasure TrainWe are honored to have author Bob Young on hand, Thursday, October 31, 10 AM at the Maxwell Library as we discuss his novel The Treasure Train. If you use Facebook, Like the author’s page. The book also has a web site.

Author of The Treasure Train

Author of The Treasure Train

A former mayor of the City of Augusta and senior executive in the cabinet of President George W. Bush, Bob Young is the President/CEO of the Southeastern Natural Sciences Academy.  His public service followed twenty six years as an award-winning broadcast journalist.  His first novel, The Treasure Train, was published in 2012.  And he has appeared as an extra in a number of movies, including “The Blind Side” and “Flight”.  As a member of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Bob created the Preserve America Communities Program for The White House and was recognized with the national leadership award in preservation from the History Channel.  Bob attended Wofford College and Augusta State University.  He is an air force veteran of the Vietnam War.  He is active in a number of organizations, including Conservation Leadership Council, Georgia Charter Education Foundation and Augusta Kiwanis Club.



One thought on “Treasure Train: Local Author Bob Young Joins Us on October 31

  1. Beverly moody says:

    Good read

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