• Coffee Time: Presidential Love Letters

  • Tue, 02/04/2020 at 10:00 am
  • Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber
    717 Neil Ave
    43215 Columbus
Coffee Time: Presidential Love Letters - Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber - Columbus

Take a peek with presidential history expert Jeri Diehl-Cusack into the personal correspondence between some of our U. S. Presidents and their First Ladies. While some letters seem "mushy" and others just plain sweet, they help us understand the people behind the words. What a perfect way to celebrate both Valentine's Day & Presidents' Day, all in one program!What is Coffee Time?Coffee Time is a FREE event that provides an opportunity to learn something new, be entertained or informed about a topic or issue affecting adults. Monthly, Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber offers freshly baked breakfast refreshments and coffee at 10 a.m., followed by the scheduled speaker at 10:30 a.m. in the auditorium.To RSVP, either fill out the form below or contact Michelle Vance. You can reach Michelle at 614.228.8888 or mvance@ohioliving.org. And don’t forget to invite your friends to join you in these life-enriching opportunities! More about Jeri Diehl-Cusack: Jeri’s lifelong interest in U. S. presidential history inspires her to share her insights and knowledge after retiring from a career with public libraries in Cuyahoga County, Columbus and Grandview Heights, Ohio. Wherever she travels, she seeks out presidential homes, libraries, museums, birthplaces, summer White Houses, memorials, burial sites and other historically significant locations.Now a national council member, Jeri served for five years on the board of The Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership, an organization committed to preserving Mrs. Roosevelt’s cottage home in Hyde Park, New York. She is an avid supporter of the FDR Presidential Library through the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute and a lifetime member of Arthurdale Heritage, Inc. which maintains “Eleanor’s Little Village” in Arthurdale, West Virginia.Jeri now offers presentations on over 35 topics; discussions on both Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt are her specialty. She enjoys teaching lifelong learning classes and sharing her programs throughout Ohio. Since 2014 she has also been invited to speak annually while vacationing in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. A former trustee of her local historical society and arts council, Jeri now dedicates her volunteer efforts to the Central Ohio Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Her motto is a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt: “Do one thing every day that scares you.”