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The League of Women Voters Winchester, in collaboration with the Harvard Case Method Institute for Education and Democracy and Winchester High School, presents an in-depth discussion on the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965, bringing a deeper understanding of history and its relevance to the present to high school students and the community at large.
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Sponsored by WinPAC in collaboration with the Federation for Children with Special Needs, this virtual presentation will delve into the Individual Education Program (IEP) document, its development, the breakdown of each section and understanding how the document will support a student.
Winchester resident Dr. Jerry Blaine’s mother Dorothy Blaine persevered after losing most of her family and spending over 18 months in several Nazi Concentration Camps during the years of the Holocaust.
In observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, please join us as Dr. Blaine shares his family’s story.
Winchester Unitarian Society’s Jazz in the Sanctuary presents “Songs of Hope and Resilience,” a live online concert, Friday, January 28th at 8:00 PM. The program features new jazz compositions written for this moment, to bring calm and reassurance, inspire hope and wonder, and renew the spirit. This music, by pianist, arranger, and composer John Kramer, draws from the great wealth of jazz history and style as it charts a course toward the future. Music will be performed by Kramer on piano, Rick McLaughlin on bass, and Yoron Israel on drums.
“Door donations” from the concert will be shared 50/50 with Winchester A Better Chance (ABC). ABC is a national nonprofit program that identifies, recruits, and refers qualified, highly motivated students of color to community ABC programs across the country. Winchester ABC provides a dedicated and supervised home for eight to ten ABC students, where they live while attending Winchester High School and prepare for college.