The Dinner Meeting was held at The Hillview on Wednesday, June 15th, 2005. Gerry Weisenberg presented a slide show and lecture on the works of Georgia O'Keefe.
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We had a lively crowd this year, as you can see in this photo.
We have some newcomers and some oldtimers.
Another lively table.
Joe made the rounds and chatted with people.
We even had some charter members in attendance.
Pat chats with our speaker, Gerry Weisenberg.
Joe presented the Unsung Hero awards.
One of them went to Bud Knox.
Another Unsung Hero award went to Mary Kelley.
Our speaker for this event was Gershon Weisenberg.
Gershon Weisenberg was raised in Hamilton, Ontario and New York City. He attended Clark University and Harvard University, where he studied Languages, Literature, and Art History. He has taught and lectured at the Worcester Art Museum, the Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Concord-Carlisle and Newton Centers for Adult Education, and many public libraries, churches, synagogues and retirement communities. Between 1979 and 1994, Mr. Weisenberg was regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Worcester County Chapter. During a prior academic career, he also taught at Harvard University, SUNY Buffalo, Salem State College, Northeastern University, and the Teachers College at Aalborg, Denmark. The past seven years have been spent lecturing extensively on art, 1930's and 1940's European history, and literary subjects.