Home-grown entrepreneur returns to inspire youth

Home-grown entrepreneur returns to inspire youthLocal businessman Jim Fallgatter, Dr. Bill Haseltine and Ridgecrest Entrepreneurs’ Club Founder Russ Rudin (from left) enjoy a moment together. Haseltime, a 1962 graduate of Burroughs High School, spoke on “Biotechnology” to an appreciative crowd at Burroughs High School Oct. 20, as part of the BHS Class of 1962 Reunion. “He’s a world-renowned scientist and businessman,” said Principal Dave Ostash. “He’s off the charts as far as what he’s done, what he’s doing, and where he’s going. A group of 300 students listened to him speak, and they were completely mesmerized by him, with his background, education and message.” SSUSD?and the Entrepreneurs sponsored Haseltine as the first in a series of presentations on starting new ventures. Courtesy photo

Story First Published: 2012-10-24