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WEB MESSAGE – Teaching Hands-On - March 2014
Do you want your grandchildren to learn how to determine which pieces of history are important from just anyone? Remember, they will control what is standing and what is torn down – what is saved and what is trashed for future archeologists to dig up in pieces.
What do you consider important to preserve? Is your list the same as your neighbors’? There are indeed two sides to every story, but history is written by the winner – the one who perseveres.
If we don’t teach young people, whose example are they going to learn from? For a lot of them, television is that teacher. However, today’s television does not often convey what I want my grandchildren to learn in any category. Bridezillas? Really?
Does television give them the impression that our heritage is important and should be preserved so it can be viewed with a mind open to learning from their ancestors’ successes and failures?
Take the time to share with young people. (You decide who is young.) We are all a product of what we are taught. Let’s make sure that what we know is important – our heritage – is there for them to see when they are ready to assume responsibility and make up their own minds.
Questers RESTORE! Questers PRESERVE! Questers COLLECT! Questers SHARE!
Clara B. Eno
Questers Chapter # 830
of Van Buren
Welcomes you to:
FUN ON THE BORDER
In Fort Smith
Arkansas Questers Spring State Convention
900 Rogers Avenue, Ft. Smith, AR / 479-783-2100
Don't miss out on touring
Miss Laura's Bordello
and Judge Parker's Courtroom and Jail.
You are encouraged to register before
March 15, 2014.
** There will be NO REFUNDS after
March 26, 2014 **
Please direct any questions concerning Registration or Refunds to:
Louise Howard (479) 646-2597