Please join us for our semi-monthly Zoom meeting.
How is it that we absorb and practice the virtues, or personal characteristics, that are taught by our faith traditions, elders, or role models? How do we as children and adults learn to be compassionate, kind, patient, fair or generous?
Our Guest Teller Eldridge McClaney will share a story from her southern childhood illustrating how children learned and practiced humility. Joining us from Rochester, NY, Eldridge retired after 24 years as a teacher in Buffalo and Rochester School Districts. She holds certifications and degrees in English, Administration and Supervision, and a MS and a BS in Education. Eldridge is a veteran toastmaster, a professional storyteller and author of two books, I Go Back, Stories from a Southern Upbringing, and: No Kin Folk No More. She is the parent of three, grand parent of six, and great-grand parent of four children.
Come share your stories related to the theme, or just come to listen.
Either way, you will be warmly welcomed.
Free and Open to the Public
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