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•   Bruce Smith  9/27
•   Carol Craven (Krupke)  8/27
•   Jay Zenitsky  7/31
•   Tim Bolby  6/17
•   Christopher Lockwood  6/13
•   Carol Harris (Costanzo)  6/3
•   Charles Howard (Howard)  5/28
•   Shari Newman (Wilson)  5/18
•   Larry Pollard  4/17
•   Michael Hulen  4/13
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9 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
13 live in California
9 live in Colorado
2 live in Connecticut
2 live in District Of Columbia
8 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
2 live in Illinois
92 live in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
2 live in Maine
3 live in Maryland
3 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Michigan
5 live in Minnesota
95 live in Missouri
2 live in Nevada
4 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
5 live in New York
3 live in North Carolina
4 live in Ohio
5 live in Oklahoma
4 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
14 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
4 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
2 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Quebec
1 lives in Finland
1 lives in Philippines
181 location unknown


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Happy Hour at the Brooksider Sports Bar and Grill happening on Friday, October 22, 2021. We will try to reserve tables outside, but weather and weekend partiers could force us inside. 

Celebrity classmates will be in attendance, hot off their KCMO premiere of their film, A Promise to Our Fathers.

The Brooksider Sports Bar & Grill

6330 Brookside Plaza, Kansas City, MO 64113

Friday, October 22, 2021

4:30 - ?

The long-awaited Kansas City screening of Larry's and Gene's film is finally here! Details below and at

A Promise to Our Fathers Community Screening

Join us for a special screening of A Promise to our Fathers followed by a Q&A with KC natives Gene Greenberg, Stan Greenberg and Larry Pollard.

Kehilath Israel Synagogue
7-8 PM
October 21, 2021
RSVP by October 15 at 913-642-1880, ext. 202

In 1958, two nine-year-old boys met as neighbors and became best friends. Their fathers had each experienced the hell of war – one as a victim of the Nazis, the other as a soldier and liberator. The boys made a promise to their fathers to share their families’ remarkable experiences and ensure the world never forgets the horrors of the Holocaust.

Sponsored by Kehilath Israel Synagogue and the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education