UPDATE: Due to weather precautions and preparations, the meeting has been moved to the chapel and memorial hall of Scot Ward Funeral Services, 699 American Legion Road; look for the Green Meadow Cemetary off of Ga. Hwy 138.
If you're a fan of the outdoors, you won't want to miss the guest speaker at the Rockdale Rotary Club meeting this Wednesday.
Kaiser, avid outdoorsman and tour guide, is the author of the autobiography, "Hard Way Back: One Man's True Story of Rejoicing Through Adversity."
Kaiser was charged with illegal hunting, guiding and trafficking in 2005 for alleged fraudulent use of Alaskan resident hunting licenses. He also faced charges in New Zealand for falsely testifying to an immigration official that he was not under investigation when he applied for residency to New Zealand in 2006.
The story traces his three-year journey facing charges in the U.S. and New Zealand. Through it, according to a released statement, he emerges "battle scarred but victorious, at peace with himself, his life and God."
Kaiser was born in Niles, Michigan, and grew up in Fairbanks, Alaska. His business Alaskan Quest and New Zealand Quest leads clients on wilderness excursions.