Discovery Center Hosts Seven Summits Slideshow by Seventh Grader Jordan Romero

Jordan and dad Paul at last summer's Community Send-Off for Ryan Hall

Jordan and dad Paul at last summer's Community Send-Off for Ryan Hall

International climber Jordan Romero has climbed the tallest peaks on five of the world’s seven continents—and he is just 12 years old. The Big Bear Middle School seventh grader will be sharing his story in a special, one-night-only presentation at the Big Bear Discovery Center on Tuesday, March 3. Doors open at 5pm, and attendees can enjoy music, free appetizers from the Himalayan Restaurant, cash bar, and a preview of silent auction items before Romero narrates a slideshow of his mountain conquests at 6:30pm. A Q&A session will follow his presentation.

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International climber Jordan Romero has climbed the tallest peaks on five of the world’s seven continents—and he is just 12 years old. The Big Bear Middle School seventh grader will be sharing his story in a special, one-night-only presentation at the Big Bear Discovery Center on Tuesday, March 3. Doors open at 5pm, and attendees can enjoy music, free appetizers from the Himalayan Restaurant, cash bar, and a preview of silent auction items before Romero narrates a slideshow of his mountain conquests at 6:30pm. A Q&A session will follow his presentation.

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