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"Tree of Hope--Anne Frank's Father Shares His Wisdom With an American Teen and the World"

"Tree of Hope--Anne Frank's Father Shares His Wisdom With an American Teen and the World"

Date and Time: 
Monday, January 17, 2022 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Speaker: 
Cara Wilson-Granat

 

CANCELLED

CANCELLATION -  Program Announcement 1/13/2022

This HRHS scheduled program "Tree of Hope" for Monday, January 17 has been cancelled.
With the virus surge at this time, the HRHS Board is taking into consideration the health of our Members and Guests.
We will reschedule the TREE OF HOPE - Anne Frank's Father's Story (hopefully for April).

In its place we will be presenting a ZOOM Program on 

"Disasters in History: the October 1871 Fires with connections to the Marshall Fire. "

See Separate announcement for the Disasters program.

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 "Tree of Hope--Anne Frank's Father Shares His Wisdom

With an American Teen and the World"

Monday, January 17, 2022 - 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Southridge Recreation Center, Upstairs Auditorium

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Author and motivational speaker, Cara Wilson-Granat shares uplifting lessons gleaned from a

20 -year correspondence with Anne Frank's father.

This program, including a PowerPoint, is a historical re-cap of Anne Frank and her family, in particular her father, Otto Frank, and how this legendary Holocaust survivor--who believed

in the power of love over hate--transformed an entire "family" of young people who 

reached out to him, including Cara.

 

Cara Wilson-Granat is an author, storyteller, motivational speaker, TEDx speaker, and World Class Performer. 

Cara is often asked to be a consultant for, as well as a participant, in documentaries on Otto Frank. She is a board member of Uplift Us—a 501c(3) Movement of Kindness for the Homeless, and ImpactAVillage, a non-profit committed to improving healthcare and education in villages around the world. An avid animal and nature lover, she lives in Colorado with her husband, Peter and Maine Coon cat, Boo.

 

Cara's book,  "TREE OF HOPE, Anne Frank's Father Shares His Wisdom With An American Teen and the World", will be available for purchase and book signing

 before (6:30 - 7) and following the program. Cash and Checks only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, January 17, 2022 - 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Southridge Recreation Center, Upstairs Auditorium

 

Location

Southridge Recreation Center
Upstairs Auditorium
4800 McArthur Ranch Road
Highlands Ranch 80130
01/17/2022
 
 Disasters in History: the October 1871 Fires with Connections to the Marshall Fire. 

 Disasters in History: the October 1871 Fires with Connections to the Marshall Fire. 

Date and Time: 
Monday, January 17, 2022 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Speaker: 
Einar Jensen, Risk Reduction Specialist, South Metro Fire Rescue

 

This is an  ONLINE ZOOM PROGRAM--    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81857497279

 Zoom opens at 6:45 pm, Limited to the first 100 participants.  Log on early and visit with other participants.

 Disasters in History: the October 1871 Fires with Connections to the Marshall Fire. 

 

Description:

Last month’s Marshall Fire was devastating. However, it was not without precedent.  In October 1871, a massive weather system powered catastrophic fires in the drought-stricken Midwest.  Most people have heard of the Great Chicago Fire, but fewer are familiar with the Peshtigo Fire that occurred during those same days.  There were other fires, too.  This presentation will explain what happened in October 1871 before, during, and after those fires and provide connections to the Marshall Fire of 2021.

Also covered, practical reminders for all:

Disaster prevention for homeowners and businesses, wild fire and other preparedness measures.

Prevent, Prepare, Plan

Please consider donating to the American Red Cross or the Salvation Army.

Note: this Disaster program is a Zoom replacement
for the previously planned January in-person program
Tree of Hope.
Tree of Hope will be presented later in the Spring.
Thank you for your understanding and willingness to
accommodate these last minute changes!
 
Speaker Bio:   Einar Jensen

Risk Reduction Specialist Einar Jensen works for South Metro Fire Rescue.  He was a firefighter for 15 years and has now been in the fire service for 24 years. Einar studied history at the University of Montana and University of Puget Sound.  He has published a trio of books: his nonfiction book Ancient Fire, Modern Fire: Understanding and Living with Our Friend & Foe, a history of the Idaho Springs Fire Department, and a novel called Code Violations.  He belongs to the Fire Marshal’s Association of Colorado, Pikes Peak Wildfire Prevention Partners, and National Science Teachers Association.

 

 

Join Zoom Meeting      https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81857497279        Meeting ID: 818 5749 7279       Dial in:  346 248 7799 US

Location

Zoom
PO Box 631334
Highlands Ranch 80163
01/17/2022