A TIME OF TRAGEDY FOR TEXAS AND NATION REMEMBERED
This year on November 22 will mark the 51st anniversary of the tragic assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. That moment in history not only deeply impacted this community and those throughout the shocked and sad nation; it had profound impact around the world.
Many of us remember that significant moment in time and we remember what we were doing when we heard the shocking and unbelievable news in Texas and our nation.
The November program feature for the Grapevine Historical Society will feature a story about some students who were members of the University of North Texas “A cappella” choir and the role they played during that tragic period.
The presentation will be made by Sue Franks who was a member of that choir which was chosen to tour Europe as ambassadors to share the grief and emotions in our state and nation.
This program of historical significance to young and old is open to the public and will be at 7 pm in the Grapevine Public Library Program Room on November 24. Students will find this interesting to hear first- hand experience of an important and critical time in history.
Come join us for an interesting and informative program.