As described in the Summer 2017 issue of BC Law, Collington resident, my wife Joan, was given one of the five Law Day awards this year by Boston College Law School for her lifetime of dedicated work in domestic violence and sexual assault. She saved thousands.
Here is the video of her being introduced for the Hon. David S. Nelson Public Interest Law Award and her speech. (I apologize for the quality of the video at the beginning. It gets much better at about 2 min, 25 secs.)
We can now post two videos of presentations given here during Women’s History month this year, arranged by Tucker Farley.
First, Clare Coss, discussing Political Theater, Women, Race, Class and Power.
Second, Eleanor Roosvelt Comes to Collington, with Blanche Cook, distinguished biographer.
As many know, there is now an ongoing series of discussions in our District aobut how to improve the central Courtyard.
In order to help concretize (hopefully not in both senses of the word) the discussion, here is a one minute quick video overview of the way it is in May 2017.
Remember that if you want to freeze the video, you can hit the space bar to pause it.
Here is the breaking news update:
A couple of days ago, the Collington Singers gave two widely praised performances of their Spring Concert.
The 56-voice Collington Singers perform under the direction of resident Marilyn Haskel.
The program was an eclectic mix of J.S. Bach, Thomas Morley, contemporary classics, folk and world music, with some audience participation.
Here is the full video.