Community Outreach

View behind Panorama Point, Capital Reef National Park, by Ron Sentell View behind Panorama Point, Capital Reef National Park, by Ron Sentell, Scenic, 2017 Salon.

The SANP community outreach program encourages members to share slideshows of their work with assisted living or skilled nursing facilities, senior centers, and other photography clubs in the area, as well as various other organizations. The following SANP members are available to present slideshows. Presentations can be scheduled by contacting the photographer.

If you are interested in adding your name to this list, send an email to Ron Sentell, Community Outreach Chairman, or to

Member, phone, emailShows
Rupert & Helen Cooke
Nature and Man, a Potpourri of Photographs—
A series of slideshows that include photos of flowers, birds, insects, and items seen about Knoxville (architecture, sculptures, etc.)
Note: slideshows are on dvd; need to use dvd/blu-ray player connected to large screen tv at the facility
John Kernodle
Route 66; Pacific Coast Highway
Check out John’s website
Ed & Lauren Langston
African Photo Safari, Botswana, featuring animals and scenery

African Photo Safari, Zimbabwe, featuring animals, scenery and people

Southern Germany, with highlights of Switzerland and Austria
Mike Naney
Iconic South American Landscapes: Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina, featuring the beauty of the jagged mountains, glaciers, animals and birds of this park

Iconic South American Landscapes: Torres del Paine National Park, Chile, featuring jagged mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes of many colors, and interesting birds and animals

Iconic South American Landscapes: Iguazú Falls in Iguazú National Park on the border of Argentina and Brazil, featuring the spectacular beauty of the world’s largest waterfall complex
Ron & Sharon McConathy
Enchanting Scotland, featuring scenery, people and narration

Other travelogues can be developed for Hawaii, Ireland, Zion National Park, Death Valley National Park, and Shaker Village, Kentucky
Larry Perry
Animals in the Wild, several programs available that give viewers the chance to see animals they may have only read about
Dennis Sabo
The Oregon Coastline & Palouse, Washington (The Yen and Yang of the Pacific NW), exploring the textures, colors, and shapes of the Oregon coastline and the immense agricultural fields of Palouse, Washington

An Appalachian Autumn, showing the wonderment of an Appalachian autumn

An Underwater Adventure, exploring the beauty and sea life of our oceans
Ron Sentell
Four Seasons of the Smoky Mountains, with photos ranging from ice patterns and deer in the snow to spring wildflowers and awakening bears to golden summer fields and rich fall colors

North American Southwest Landscape, featuring scenes from national parks in Utah, Arizona, and the four corners area

Birds of the Wetlands, featuring birds from Tennessee and Florida; individual birdcalls are imbedded in each slide