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Holocaust Survivor ALTER WIENER speaks at Hillsboro Public Library -- FREE

Golden opportunity to hear ALTER WIENER speak next week, Tuesday 12/4, 6:30pm, at Hillsboro Public Library. Alter is author of "64735 - From a Name to a Number: A Holocaust Survivor's Autobiography." (see image below)

He is one of the very few Holocaust survivors still living in Oregon. A resident of Hillsboro, he has shared his life story with nearly 800 live audiences at universities, colleges, schools, churches, synagogues, prisons, companies and libraries. He was interviewed by radio, TV stations and newspapers. Mr. Wiener received an Honorary Bachelor Degree from Warner Pacific College and an Honorary Law Degree from Lewis & Clark Law School.

WHERE: Hillsboro Main Library, 2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124.  (click on "Dec" to see the December calendar page)

If you have read his book or heard him speak, you know how powerful, touching, and inspirational his life story is. Come while you can--most of his presentations are in schools, Churches, and other places that are not open to the public without advance permission. This presentation at the Library IS open to the public.

Hardcover, autographed books will be available for sale after the presentation for $20.

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    Tragic, touching, and inspiring presentation.

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