Fall kick-off event!
For many, life expectancy is increasing, yet people rarely contemplate the emotional transistions that come alongside the physical adjustments of aging. Madeleine May Kunin, former three-term governor wants to change that. Her book is an honest and positive look at growing old and how it has affected her life. As a vigorous advocate for women, strong families, and quality education, former Vermont governor and diplomat Madeleine May Kunin has been on the front-lines of important issues for decades. In addition to serving as the first Jewish woman governor of any state, Kunin also served as Deputy of Education and Ambassador to Switzerland in the 1990s.
Free for JCC members, $7 general public
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. To register, call 413-739-4715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-sponsored by Life Lessons: The William & Margery Sadowsky Center for Adult Learning