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TGIT March 2024

Gordon JCC Adult Programming:

March 7th 

Nermin Begovic – Back by popular demand with his winning musicality and personality! Nermin was born in former Yugoslavia At the age of 9, he began learning how to play accordion in the local school of music.  After moving to the USA in 2005 as a music therapist, Nermin continued to play accordion and has been actively playing the instrument ever since. 

Lunch: Baked potatoes, toppings, sides, birthday cake and ice cream. 

 March 14th 
Kem Hinton  - For centuries, the Temple Mount in Jerusalem has been one of the most, if not the most sacred place on Earth. It has contained several religious structures, architectural wonders documented in holy books and by noted historians. Architect Kem Hinton, LEED accredited professional, urban designer, author, historian, and visual artist is here to tell us the fascinating history and importance of this historic site. 

Lunch: Chicken, salad, sides, dessert 
March 21st 
Marilynn Derwensksus – Former painting Professor at Ball State University, engaging speaker and artist, Marilynn Derwenskus is here to discuss her art and work now gracing the walls of the gallery in the Senior Lounge. 

Lunch: Quiche, salad, sides, dessert. 
March 28th 
Terry Coats - President at Nashville Chattanooga St Louis Ry. Preservation Society is hear to tell us the fascinating and untold story of Jesse James and his connection to Nashville. 

Lunch: Sal.mon, salad, sides, dessert 

 

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