Holocaust survivor to speak at Henry County MS | Arts & Culture
MCDONOUGH, Ga. -- Eighth grade students at Henry County Middle School have been studying various aspects of World War II this year.
First, the children learned all about the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of African-American pilots who fought in the war.
Now, the curriculum has shifted to the Holocaust. To cap off the lesson in one of the most difficult periods in history, Henry County Middle administrators have invited an Auschwitz survivor to speak to students about her experience.
Helen Weingarten will address the school community at 5 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 25. The public is invited to attend; tickets are $10 each, but seating is limited to 250 people, so those who are interested are encouraged to sign up soon.
Attendees will also be treated to a dinner theater production of And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank, performed by Roswell's Georgia Ensemble Theatre.
Henry County Middle School is located at 166 Holly Smith Drive in McDonough. To purchase tickets to Weingarten's talk and And Then They Came for Me, call the school at 770-957-3945.