Meet Wayne Potter, the Producer and Host of Keeping Kurrent. He lives in Tigard, Oregon. He has lived in the Greater Portland, Oregon area for more than 40 years.
National Electric Car Week was celebrated at 276 events in the United States and Canada. Events were held in the following Oregon cities: Beaverton, Bend, Eugene, Yachats, Lincoln City, and in Vancouver, Washington. At the Beaverton event there were about 17 various dealerships along with the University of Oregon’s Solar Trailer and a display by the Oregon Electric Vehicle Association.
Promoting individuals and organizations engaged in improving the lives of people around the world.
by Wayne Potter, Producer and Host
Keeping Kurrent produces one-half hour interviews about a variety of ideas, issues and trends. I have been assisted by my wife, Pam Brown. She’s a great partner and organizer.
I produce about 50 episodes per year. There are many topics I’d like to cover but I don’t have enough time.Would you like to help? I am looking for individuals who would like to produce shows. Anyone who might be interested should send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The major media outlets are doing a fantastic job of covering the hurricane and earthquake tragedies as well as the political scene. So, Keeping Kurrent won’t attempt to cover those stories, however, I will be covering side stories that can help us deal with the growing change in the weather and volunteer community activities that can create better communities.
Other topics that you can expect to be covered include making healthy meals, writers and artists who are helping us understand our world, and, of course, national and international travel. I’m always looking for another story and if individuals have ideas they can send me information at email@example.com.
Keeping Kurrent is now available as a podcast on iTunes. Search for Keeping Kurrent and become a follower.
The OEVA organized the the Portland area National Electric Car Week. It took place at Washington Square, a local shopping mall near Beaverton, Oregon. They have been involved in this event since 2005. The event has been identified in a number of ways. From 2005 until 2010 the event was called EV Awareness Day. Between 2011 and 2013 it was called EV Celebration Day and beginning in 2014 until now it is called EV Fest.
Their organization meets on the second Thursday of every month at the Multnomah Arts Center in Portland, Oregon. Find Out more about OEVA at this web address. I joined the organization and would encourage anyone who has an interest to attend some of their meetings. I believe that electric cars are the future. We all need to help reduce carbon emissions.