A very busy week presenting our program to students and adults in Charleston as part of their commemoration for Kristallnacht.
Our week started with a visit to Porter Gaud School, sharing the program to 400 9th to 12th grade students at this private Episcopal college preparatory day school. With thanks to Paul Baran, chairman of the history department for hosting Voices of the Generations.
This was followed by a visit to Charleston Southern University with a presentation to English and History students, hosted by John Kuykendall, Chairman of the history department.
An evening program was presented to the a community wide group, hosted by the Charleston Jewish Community Center and Federation, in conjunction with the JCC bookclub. Thanks to bookfest coordinator, Marylyn Haspel, for bringing our program to the community.
VOG presented to the middle grades at Nativity School, a Catholic Christian School that serves Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade children from Church of the Nativity. Thanks to Principal Patti Dukes, for hosting.
The week concluded with a presentation to the student body of Hanahan High. Thanks to Principal Ric Raycroft and his staff for their support bringing our program to their public high school.