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Did you hear?... The Explorers Club to honor climbers with Lowell Award

The Explorers Club will honor Sir Edmund Hillary, Bradford Washburn, Ed Viesturs, and Polish climber Krzysztof Wielicki with its prestigious Lowell Award.
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The Explorers Club will honor Sir Edmund Hillary, Bradford Washburn, Ed Viesturs, and Polish climber Krzysztof Wielicki with its prestigious Lowell Award, Oct. 29 at the Essex House Hotel in New York City. The award is named after Lowell Thomas (1892 - 1981), the famed war correspondent and radio and TV newscaster, and also an Explorers Club member.

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