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A Promise To Our Fathers Update fron Larry Pollard

Gene gave you the last update on “A Promise to Our Fathers” documentary. I had no idea when this project started how much time is involved to produce a documentary. However, every minute has been worth it.

You may remember this project started as a result of my Dad wanting to start a library at the Cameron, Missouri Veterans Home. The focus was the Holocaust and WWII. Stan and Gene Greenberg, with their families made the trip to Cameron on March 18th for the dedication. Gene provided a camera operator to capture the event. A rough cut of the filming is now provided for your viewing and is part of the documentary.

On September 24th Stan, Gene and I met again at the veteran’s home for almost another 8 hours of filming. The next day Gene, the film crew, CJ Boisvert the director and I met at 6016 Locust, the Greenberg’s former home where it all started in 1958. It was a fun and emotional 3 hours. Once the director and Gene returned to Las Vegas the work really began. It has to be scripted, edited and a long list of other tasks completed to properly tell the story.

Due to Gene’s media experience and connections he is doing the “heavy lifting” on this project. Locust Street Films, Gene’s company, with the help of Alley Zoom Productions will make this promise a reality. Gene has already secured a premier of the documentary for the Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival on January 26, 2020.

Since the library dedication Dad has been in the media on a regular basis as he meets with students and organizations to keep the story alive. The KC Jewish Chronicle published the most recent article on November 7. By repeatedly telling the story it will stay alive for generations. Help us keep our promise…it’s tax deductible.

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