Historical Education!

HRG offers a broad array of monthly Life Long Learning presentations that appeal to residents in independent and assisted living community environments.

A typical educational lecture is 60  minutes and involves structured oral presentation, use of Powerpoint  enhanced graphics as well as interactive web based media. HRG provides the ipad, projector and screen.

HRG will relate where appropriate historical event or topic to current events. Of course, time is allowed for resident comments, questions and discussion.

 

 

Amelia Earhart – Aviator and just one of 20 plus Inspiring Women featured in this Life Long Learning lecture

 

 

 

an example of a fun presentation………History of the World War II Pinup Girl

Pin Up Girl photos and art have been around a long time. As you surely recall from WWII, a pin-up girls is a model or starlet whose mass produced photo or poster  adorned the pup tent, barracks or hootch for thousands of American soldiers in the mud of Europe, jungles of the Pacific and ice of the Aleutians.

The perfect Pin Up Girl wasn’t necessarily beautiful, but was more a sexy version of the girl next door. These women and the movies they made, gave the fighting GIs a brief distraction from the war they were fighting…..

Private Elvis Presley embarks to defend our country against the Soviet threat. OMG!

ElvisIn 1958–60, Elvis served in Germany in a tank unit during the Berlin Crisis. The East Germans regarded Elvis as a problem they had to counter; the U.S. military regarded him as an opportunity they could exploit. Elvis mattered—a lot—to both sides in the Cold War.

A look at Elvis in the army from his first army hair cut to return to USA. 

For more information or how to schedule a Life Long Learning presentation date, please contact Paul White

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3 thoughts on “Historical Education!

  1. Wow. My mother is going back to college! I was with my mother the other day at her new home and accompanied her to see your presentation on Golda Meir.It was fabulous. Great graphics. Super narrative and how you interact with the residents including my Mom is special. Thank you.

    Bill…a Son

  2. Once again Paul, an excellent presentation yesterday. Residents and co-workers thoroughly enjoyed it even those who were only able to stay for a short period of time.

    Thanks again – definitely one of the finest business decisions I’ve made.

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