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Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 7:00 PM Monthly Meeting of the Monongahela Area Historical Society in the Chapel of the 1st Presbyterian Church, 609 Chess Street, Monongahela, PA 15063. Enter through the Sixth Street side of the building. The brief members-only business meeting at 6:30 PM will precede the historical presentation: "WWII Stories from the Mon Valley and Beyond*" by Robert O. Stakeley, History Center Affiliates Program Coordinator, Senator John Heinz History Center in association with the Smithsonian Institution. *Includes series of brief digital videos produced by the Fall Term 2018 Cal U Honors Program Digital Storytelling, Dr. Christina Fisanick, PhD, California University of PA, highlighting one video based on two Monongahela women who served in WW II. Free and Open to the Public.
More on the the Presenter, Robert O. Stakeley:
Robert O. Stakeley is the History Center Affiliates Program (HCAP) coordinator at the Senator John Heinz History Center, where he provides various levels of instruction for a diverse audience. HCAP assists 400 plus historically minded organizations in achieving their goals. Stakeley is a former librarian, archivist, and educator who has extensive experience in collecting, preserving, and providing access to collections. As a lifelong educator and learner, his approach to history is simple - establish a connection and make it fun.