Adults 65+, retired or not, get together for opportunities at The Temple and also throughout the Greater Atlanta Area. Monthly trips referred to as Sages trips are also scheduled.
For more information, contact Summer Jacobs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A series of six classes with Bob Bahr to examine and discuss the influence of film, popular music and American religious thought in the years following World War II during the late 1940s and 1950s.
This influential period in American culture and thought, most of it inspired by creative and religious figures from the American south, helped to lay the groundwork for the civil rights movement and the changes in thinking about the role of women in American society.
Through the abundant use of filmed documentary material and archived performances we'll look at the work and influence of suce diverse creative figures as playwright Tennessee Williams, film director Elia Kazan, producer Samuel Goldwyn, pop singers Ray Charles, Elvis Presley and Sam Cooke and religious leaders such as Reinhold Neiguhr, Martin Luther King, Jr. and The Temple's own Rabbi Jacob Rothschild and his work in the Atlanta community during the 1950s.
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Join us as we familiarize ourselves with Grady Hospital, the largest hospital in the state of Georgia and the public hospital for the city of Atlanta. We will tour the facility including their Emergency Department and Trauma Center with Dr. Harry Attalah and familiarize ourselves with some of Grady's cutting edge treatments and physicians. We will also tour their state of the art Stroke center before gathering for lunch, a presentation, and conversations with Dr. Michael Frankel and Dr. Allan Dollar about the causes, symptoms and treatments of strokes and heart attackl
Grady Hopsital is the fifth-;argest public hospital in the entire United States, as well as one of the busiest Level I trauma centers in the country. In the early 1990's, Grady embarked on a $298 million renovation across the entire hospital. The hospital continually reaches out to the community, emphasizing wellness, prevention, and early detection. Free health-relatedthroughout the year. In addition, Grady's support groups and personal resource assistace are provided for the community or uninusred individuals and their families at no charge. Come and get to know your Grady Hospital today!
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