incorporating a tour of historic homes,
businesses and museums decorated for the
season. Tour tickets required, available at
the Decoy Museum.
the Skipjack Martha Lewis (Chesapeake
Heritage Conservancy). Advance tickets
Bel Air. Doors open 6:15pm; movie starts
7pm. Refreshments available for purchase
proceeds benefit the Coalition for a Healthy
Maryland. (No outside food or beverages
permitted.) Email or call Angela Saccenti
for movie titles
Alliance annual tour of homes decorated
in Christmas finery. Benefits Chesapeake
Cancer Alliance. $20. Tickets available
at Preston's Stationary.
2pm. Holiday concert by Maryland
Conservatory of Music. FREE.
4pm. Traditional Holiday songs played on
Tubas, of all sizes! FREE.
Churchville Rd., Bel Air. The Harford
Choral Society performs Handel's Messiah
with orchestra and soloists. Adult, $20;
Seniors $15; Students $10; 12 and under
Jarretttsville Rd., Forest Hill. End-of-year
HdG. Countdown to 2011 by enjoying the
Duck Drop and Fireworks celebration.
threatened by exposure within his own family, it
is also a testimony to the author's determination
to tell that story and to gain posthumous
recognition for his father-in-law's activities by
Yad Vashem as a `Righteous Gentile.' According
to Bob Reynolds, "Most of the books in print are
written from the point of view of survivors of the
Holocaust; there are very few books about the
resistance to Hitler and they're mostly written
about people in the aristocracy or the military.
My father-in-law was an `ordinary' person who
continued to look out for people who were being
persecuted under East German rule after 1945.
The Nazi culture of spying on one another
continued under the Soviets and people who
had participated in the resistance to the Nazis
were still at risk."
with testimonials from those whose lives he
saved, tell the story of his actions during and
after World War II. It is a story of courage and
determination to `do the right thing'. Bob
Reynold's researches into that story, and his
efforts to place Albrecht Tietze's name on the
Wall of Remembrance at
human kind is that people refuse to open their
minds. While we have people like my father
in- law, there still is a ray of hope that people
will do the right thing. The only action required
is to take note of the actions of people like him
and build on it . . . and it would be a much
for $15.95 from Robert Reynolds, 216 Point to
Point Square, Bel Air, MD 21015
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