2020 Friends of the Library February Speaker Series
This annual program is hosted at McCord Memorial Library
each Saturday morning at 10:00 and utilizes our SmartBoard.
We welcome the community to come and enjoy the presentations
by noteworthy local professionals, free of charge.
February 1st: Family, Friends, and Faith: Lessons I have Learned
Rev. Dr. Mark Hecht, former pastor of Park United Methodist Church & member of the North East community for the past 19 years, will expound on excerpts from his book and additional stories from the past proving out lives have been transformed by those we know. Book signing
February 8th: A Look At Some Aspects Of Reenacting Available In The Erie Area
Douglas Petroff is a reenacter who will be discussing various historical groups & organizations which could help you discover a new “old way” to live your life now. Various groups are available in the Erie area covering a wide array historical and alternate times and situations which will be explored. Some show and tell may occur.
February 15th: Chosen International Medical Assistance
North East Middle School Student, Troy Galbreath, has become a world traveler with his Grandfather, Rick King, Executive Director of Chosen International Medical Assistance. Their most recent trip together was to Ghana, Africa.
February 22nd: Veil Maternity Hospital
Alisa Puckly from Corry Historical Society will be presenting information on the Corry facility that arranged for the adoption of babies of unwed mothers until the 1940s.
February 29th: Return to Nepal
Barbara Fynan will share the adventure of her May 2019 trek to Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake in the Himalayas.
Trip highlights include high peaks, glaciers, yaks, mountain life, and helicopters!
Hosted by Friends of McCord Memorial Library