Next Travelogue will discover ‘Yellowstone Trails & Tails’

By on October 3, 2018


The second presentation of the Rotary Club of Lititz 2018-19 Travel & Adventure Series will be held Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Warwick High School Performing Arts Center, 301 W. Orange St. There are two performances: a matinee at 2 p.m. with a musical prelude starting at 1:30 p.m.; and and evening performance at 7:30 p.m. with a musical prelude starting at 7 p.m.

“Yellowstone Trails & Tails” captures some of the most intimate scenes of otters, coyotes, wolves, bears, moose, fox, mountain sheep and elk. And they are all filmed in the wilds of Yellowstone National Park. None done with controlled animals as is frequently done in nature films.

Yellowstone’s otters are our guides through the seasons of the year in our first National Park. From the springtime, with the captivating endless play through the summer adventures, and into autumn and winter, when life grows harsh. Discover how and why the many families of wild creatures are motivated entirely by their own inner compulsions. The only exception is when they are influenced by the acts of other animals. Attendees will also journey deep down in Yellowstone Lake to see mysterious spires not previously known to exist on the lake bottom.

Join Sandy Mortimer for a wonderful adventure and share the many true, and humorous, experiences in the lives of our friends during all four glorious seasons — all in the wilds of Yellowstone National Park.

As a flight attendant, public speaker and travel consultant for American Airlines, Mortimer has traveled throughout the United States and the world. In the late 1970s, she became a news reporter and on-air personality for a CBS television station, developing and sharpening her skills in film and video journalism and writing for both television and studio audiences.

In 1986, she began to broaden her interest to include travel documentaries. She served as President of the International Motion Picture and Lecturers Association and received the “Rising Star Award” and the “Hall Of Fame” Award from the Professional Travelogue Sponsors Association. Her films have been shown on television and are also available on DVDs in schools and libraries. Her love of unusual and out of the way cultures, as well as her passion for history, the spoken word and travel, combine to create an informative, entertaining presentation filled with human interest and drama.


General admission tickets are sold at the door only for $12 for adults and $7 for students. Season tickets may be used daytime or evening and are $35 for adults. They can be purchased from any Rotary Club of Lititz member or from the Lititz Public Library. For more information, contact Dean Brandt at 717-626-4520, or visit

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