Free and Open to the Community. Co-sponsored by JCFR, VHM and U of R
PART OF THE SPCS 60TH ANNIVERSARY COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS SERIES: The Choices We Make Have a Lasting Impact
Join us for a 60th Anniversary SPCS Community Conversation. Jeannie Opdyke Smith, author and public speaker, daughter of Polish Holocaust rescuer Irene Gut Opdyke, will talk about the choices we make.
Whether they are large acts of service or small “spur of the moment” deeds, our choices make a significant impact. Our sacrifices of time, money, and caring matter, and they have the ability to change the course of the world around us.
This event is co-sponsored with the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond and the Virginia Holocaust Museum. Free and open to the public, but registration is required.
SPCS Community Conversations are part of the SPCS 60th Anniversary Celebration.
Sponsor: University of Richmond, JCFR, VHM
Date: Sunday, March 19
Time: 3-5 p.m., including a small reception following the formal program
Location: University of Richmond Jepson Alumni Center, Robins Pavilion