On June 14 I had the opportunity to address the residents of Sun City Lincoln Hills, in Lincoln, CA. The 150-seat auditorium soon filled up, and chairs were brought in, and finally, when no more chairs could be accommodated, some resorted to sitting in the aisles. I was honored by the presence of a Holocaust survivor (Herta Jacoby), and by the presence of six children of Holocaust survivors, all of whom received complimentary copies of From Day to Day afterward.
The AV technicians who helped me were unusually proficient, and easily set me up with my PowerPoint, portable microphone, etc. They announced that they would tape the program for those residents unable to make the presentation. Recently they shared with me their work, which they have now posted on YouTube. The production quality is quite good, so if you haven’t yet seen my presentation about Odd Nansen and From Day to Day, or if you just need to see it again (and yet again—I won’t mind), here it is: https://youtu.be/d3n46V0fGNU.
Many thanks to Debra Skolnick for her assistance in setting up this program, and to all the residents who showed their interest and support by attending.