Vets Stories Shared Through ‘The Telling Project’ 11/22/15


Seven local veterans and military family members will share their stories of service and sacrifice on Sunday November 22, 4 p.m., Suffolk County Community College’s Michael J. Grant Campus, Brentwood in the Health, Science and Education Center, room D105.The Telling Project is national performing arts non-profit that employs theater to deepen our understanding of the military and veterans’ experience.

The Telling Project features:

  • David Clark  – Unites States Marines and military parent (Shelter Island)
  • Patrick Donohue – United States Army (Islip)
  • Frank Kestler – United States Army and Gold Star Parent (Sag Harbor)
  • JoAnn Lyles – Gold Star Parent (Sag Harbor)
  • Katherine Mitchell  – Military Parent (Sag Harbor)
  • Bob Ratcliffe – United States Marines (Sag Harbor)
  • Chris Stone   – United State Navy (Sag Harbor)

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The event is also sponsored by the Joseph J. Theinert  Foundation

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