Terence McKennon is going to Alaska, according to his publicist, and it’s going to be a really cool experience.
He’ll be meeting up with some friends, and he’s also going to get some help from the Tresor University’s hunting program.
Tresoros program was started in 1996, and they currently serve approximately 3,500 students, according the organization’s website.
“Tresor has been committed to the development of a successful hunting program for more than 40 years, with over 1,400 students enrolled in our hunting program,” said Tresoro’s director, James K. Miller.
“We are excited to welcome Terence to the program and look forward to him participating in the fun and excitement of our program.”
McKenna, a retired professor and actor, has been a staunch supporter of the T Resor program.
The university has hosted many of his performances, and his family donated a $20,000 scholarship to support Tresoras scholarship program.
“I’m going to enjoy the experience,” McKennons spokesperson, Rachel A. Smith, said.
“I’m really excited about the opportunity to meet some great people.
It’s going be a great time for the whole family.
I’m looking forward to it.”
McNamara said he’d be there to help out, too.
He’s also set to play a game of chess in the game room.
“My wife is a big fan of the game, and we have been looking forward and watching the progress that the program has made, and now that we’re getting the opportunity, I’m excited about playing chess,” McKenna said.
“That’s all I’m going be doing, and I’ll be enjoying it,” McKernans spokesperson said.